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(c) Bond required-(1) Type. A liability insurance policy will be considered as adequate insurance bond coverage.

(2) Amount. Indemnity or liability insurance indorsement to the extent of $50,000 to $500,000 for personal injury or death and $250,000 for property damage in connection with flying demonstrations is considered an adequate amount for normal participation.

(d) Scope of coverage. The subject bond or liability policy must state clearly the intent to cover accidents caused by or resulting from the maintenance, use, or operation of aircraft and equipment owned by the United States Government, and officers or employees of the United States Government acting within the scope of their employment. The policy should contain the elements present in the sample indorsement below:

SAMPLE INDORSEMENT

(1) The coverage provided by this policy is extended to cover accidents caused by or resulting from the maintenance or use of aircraft or equipment owned by the United States Government, its officers or employees acting within the scope of their office or employment.

(2) It is understood and agreed that the coverage granted hereunder shall not apply with respect to bodily injury accidents (or death resulting therefrom) to officers or employees of the United States and/or damage to or destruction of United States Government aircraft or equipment.

(e) Submission. Subject bond or insurance must be submitted to the Director of Public Information, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, Washington 25, D. C., not later than ten days prior to the beginning of the demonstration.

§ 824.9 Equipment for exhibitions(a) Definition. Equipment includes aeronautics equipment, such as aircraft and parts thereof, instructional and informational literature, posters, etc.

(b) Responsibility of major air commanders. Commanding generals of major air commands will issue instructions concerning the type of equipment to be displayed and provide for its availability. They will be guided by the principle that the Air Force should do everything within its power to promote interest at every opportunity by making available to the general public, interesting exhibits of equipment, motion pictures, and captured equipment; by having qualified officers speak to civic organizations and other groups; and by including the pos

sibility of having each major air activity prepare fixed and mobile exhibits of public interest. In addition, they will determine policies controlling exhibitions, particularly as to whether it is to the best interest of the Air Force to participate in a public display or hold "open house" at the nearest Air Force base.

(c) Responsibility of commanding officers. Commanding officers will, within policies established above, comply with all reasonable requests for furnishing such equipment for exhibition purposes for local civic nonprofit organizations. Decision to participate must be based upon the following considerations, and, once the decision is made, every effort will be made to insure success:

(1) The display must be available to the general public, not confined solely to the members of the organization making the request.

(2) The organization making the request must be representative of the public in the general local area.

(3) The display must afford an opportunity to educate the general public in Air Force equipment and give favorable publicity to the Air Force.

(d) Conditions to be met. The following conditions will be met in furnishing such equipment:

(1) No classified equipment will be displayed.

(2) Equipment must be under such auspices and so displayed as to emphasize its educational value and to attract wide attention.

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§ 833.2 General. In accordance with the provisions of §§ 833.1 to 833.10, immediately upon official notification of the death, or presumptive finding of death, of any member from wounds or disease, not the result of his or her own misconduct, a death gratuity in an amount equal to six months' pay at the rate received by the deceased on the day of death, is payable to the eligible beneficiary of any such member. This includes compensation of every kind and character received at the date of death, as distinguished from allowances. [15 F. R. 6219, Sept. 16, 1950]

mation concerning such participation will be forwarded to the Director of Public Information, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, Washington 25, D. C.

§ 833.3 Definitions of categories and entitlement. The entitlement of any beneficiary of any deceased Air Force member to the 6 months' death gratuity is dependent upon a combination of fac

tors, including the component of the member; the type of duty being performed at the time of death; the determination that death was due to disease or that injury was due to the duty status at the time of death; and the determination that death was, or was not, due to the misconduct of the deceased member.

(a) Members whose death creates entitlement to the 6 months' death gratuity pay are divided into three general categories:

(1) Category I. Members of the United States Air Force, without component, on extended active duty. (See sec. 301, 65 Stat. 328; 10 U. S. C. 1831.)

(2) Category II. Members of the Air Force Reserve and the Air National Guard on active duty for training, as authorized by competent authority where death is due to injury as distinguished from disease.

(3) Category III. Members reported missing, missing in action, interned, captured by an enemy, beleaguered or besieged who are subsequently determined to be dead or for whom presumptive finding of death has been determined by the Secretary of the Air Force.

(b) Even though a member is in one of the three categories listed in paragraph (a) of this section, the 6 months' death gratuity is not payable to any beneficiary under the circumstances shown in subparagraphs (1) and (2) of this paragraph.

(1) The 6 months' death gratuity is not payable if death is determined to have occurred as a result of the deceased's own misconduct. In this connection, unless the initial report of death indicates that no line of duty investigation is required, no action will be taken to process the death gratuity claim until AFHQ Form O-529, Casualty Report, is issued by the Casualty Branch, Director of Military Personnel, Headquarters USAF, which states that death occurred "In line of duty-Not misconduct."

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