casualty status

casualty status

A term used to classify a casualty for reporting purposes. There are seven casualty statuses: (1) deceased; (2) duty status - whereabouts unknown; (3) missing; (4) very seriously ill or injured; (5) seriously ill or injured; (6) incapacitating illness or injury; and (7) not seriously injured. See also casualty; casualty category; casualty type; deceased; duty status - whereabouts unknown; incapacitating illness or injury; missing; not seriously injured; seriously ill or injured; very seriously ill or injured.
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The Union home ministry on Tuesday agreed in principle to grant battle casualty status to the paramilitary on par with the military.
Before a member is eligible for the grant, the department must verify the member's casualty status with official documents from the service member or from the U.
A decade ago, when he appeared onstage with Oasis at Glastonbury, he seemed destined for has-been casualty status.
Many predicted the demise of both parties when RATM mouthpiece Zac De La Rocha upped sticks and headed for South America for his true calling in political activism, while Cornell seemed doomed for rock casualty status with a much publicised heroin habit.
It also will help you avoid casualty status if you routinely perform delivery variance analysis.