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CDC 1-3

Classes of mishaps

Reportable damage of $1,000,000 or more. A fatality, or permanent total disability (due to injury or occupational illness). Destruction of, or damage beyond economical repair to, an Air Force aircraft or spacecraft during launch. A
Total cost of $200,000 or more of property damage but less than $1,000,000. A permanent, partial disability. In-patient hospitalization of five or more personnel. B
Total cost of $10,000 or more for property damage but less than $200,000. An injury or occupational illness that results in a lost workday case involving 8 hours or more away from work. C
Total cost of property damage of more than $2,000 but less than $10,000 A nonfatal injury that does not meet the definition of a Class C and results in less than eight hours lost time. D
This is a mishap that is engine-confined. These are further broken down into two sub-categories FOD and non-FOD. J
Created by: jhey33