What if an F-35 Jet drops something?
Does your Vermont homeowners’ insurance
If an F-35 Strike Fighter Jet
accidentally drops a bomb
causing damage to your home,
will you be covered
under your Vermont home owners’
Fighter jet accidentally drops training bombs on
Check the news for how many
times one of these jets
has accidentally dropped a
bomb, because even a test
bomb can do huge damage
to your house.
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An Air National Guard jet mistakenly dropped a
22-pound non-explosive, practice bomb
Does your Vermont homeowners’
insurance policy have these
statements in it?
Check your Vermont insurance policy for
“Nuclear” coverage right now!
Military Plane Accidentally Drops 7 Training
INSURANCE POLICY HAVE
Section I – Exclusions
A. We do not insure for loss caused directly or
indirectly by any of the following. Such loss is
excluded regardless of any other cause or event
contributing concurrently or in any sequence to
the loss. These exclusions apply whether or not
the loss event results in widespread damage or
affects a sustantial area.
A 6. War
War includes the following and any
consequences of any of the following:
a. Undeclared war, civil war, insurrection,
rebellion or revolution;
b. Warlike act by a military force or military
c. Destruction, seizure or use for a military
Discharge of a nuclear weapon will be deemed
a warlike act even if accidental.
7. Nuclear Hazard
This Exclusion A.7. pertains to Nuclear Hazard
to the extent set forth in N. Nuclear Hazard
Clause under Section I – Conditions.
N. Nuclear Hazard Clause
1. “Nuclear Hazard” means any nuclear reaction,
radiation, or radioactive contamination, all
whether controlled or uncontrolled or however
caused, or any consequence of any of these.
2. Loss caused by the nuclear hazard will not be
considered loss caused by fire, explosion, or
smoke, whether these perils are specifically
named in or otherwise included within the
Perils Insured Against.
3. This policy does not apply under Section I to
loss caused directly or indirectly by nuclear
hazard, except that direct loss by fire resulting
from the nuclear hazard is covered.