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Injury Classifications
Figure 8-1.-Severity class data. Naval  Aircraft  Mishap  Severity  Classes The following mishap severity classes, based on personnel injury and property damage, apply to all three categories  of  mishaps  in  the  preceding  paragraphs. CLASS A SEVERITY— A Class A mishap is one in which the total cost of property damage (including aircraft damage) is $1,000,000 or greater or in which an aircraft is destroyed or missing. A mishap in which any fatality or permanent total disability occurs with direct involvement  of  naval  aircraft  also  falls  into  this category. CLASS B SEVERITY— A Class B mishap is one in which the total cost of property damage (including all aircraft damage) is $200,000 or more, but less than $1,000,000. In addition, permanent partial disability and/or the hospitalization of five or more personnel occurs. CLASS C SEVERITY— A Class C mishap is one in which the total cost of property damage (including all aircraft  damage)  is  $10,000  or  more,  but  less  than $200,000.  In  addition,  injury  results  in  5  or  more  lost workdays.  Figure  8-1  lists  the  data  for  each  severity  class. An  occurrence  resulting  in  a  total  property  damage cost  (including  all  aircraft  damage)  of  less  than  $10,000 and no defined injuries is not reportable as a naval aircraft mishap. However, it may be reported as an aviation hazard. 8-5

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