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Coast Guard25' Coxsn

Definitions and Consequences of casualties

QuestionAnswer
Definition of a Disabling Casualty Makes boat not serviceable; Must RTB or go to safe haven. Immediatley place in Charlie status and report to Operational commander in no later then 12 hours. If repairs are unable to be fixed w/in 48 hours & send out a CASREP with in 24 hours.
Definition of a Restrictive Casualty Restrict operation of boat from performing all missions safely. If cannot be repaired in 1 hour place in charlie & notify operational commander, he can grant a waiver. If problem can not be fixed with in 48 hours Send out a CASREP.
Definition of a Major Casualty Those that degrade the effectiveness of the boat to perform one or more missions. They shall be documented and corrected ASAP for the operational commander. He is responsible for monitering the status.
Definition of a Minor Casualty Boat and crew readiness is not affected, nor impaired but boat does not meet standards. they shall be documented and corrected ASAP. The CO/OINC is responsible for monitering the status of repairs.
Short Definition of a Disabling Casualty Boat is not serviceable
Short Definition of a Restrictive Casualty Boat and Crew can not perform all missions safely
Short Definition of a Major Casualty Boat and crew can perform all missions but some degradation in effectiveness or readiness should be expected
Short Definition of a Minor Casualty Boat and Crew readiness not affected nor impaired. Boat does not meet standards.
Consequence of Disabling Casualty Not authorized to get underway. Notify CO/OINC immediatley.
Consequence of Restrictive Casualty Operations restricted. Notify CO/OINC if repairs can not be made in 1 hour
Consequence of Major Casualty Operations unrestricted. Discrepancy occurence & repair is documented
Consequence of Minor Casualty Operations unrestricted. Discrepancy occurence & repair is documented
Created by: michellereece