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AR 95-30 Participation in a Military or Civil Aircraft Accident Safety Investigation

This instruction provides for military participation in certain NTSB aircraft mishap investigations, NTSB or FAA participation in certain military aircraft mishap investigations, and the release of certain military aircraft mishap safety investigation information to the NTSB and the FAA. It does not govern other investigations into an aircraft mishap that are conducted by military commands or other authorities independently of the military safety investigation, such as administrative investigations, Read more

AR 95-20 Contractor’s Flight and Ground Operations

This Instruction establishes requirements for flight and ground operations involving all contracted work performed on aircraft where this Instruction is incorporated as a contract requirement, as well as procedures to be followed by Government Flight Representatives. It also establishes policy and procedures to be followed by GFRs. It also describes the content of the contractor’s aircraft flight and ground operations procedures and approval for these Procedures. It provides for the delegation Read more

AR 95-10 Department of Defense Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) System

The Air Force is the single manager of the DoD NOTAM System. The DoD NOTAM System disseminates information to aircrews and flight operations personnel regarding the establishment, condition, or change in any aeronautical facility, service, procedure or hazard of which the timely knowledge may be critical to safe DoD flight operations. It also provides DoD agencies the capability to create NOTAMs via the Internet. The Defense Internet NOTAM Service is the only authorized site for DoD NOTAM creation Read more

AR 740-3 Stock Readiness

This Joint Service Instruction prescribes instructions for care of supplies, including the inspection and reporting of condition and serviceability of materiel, and the scheduling, controlling, and reporting of packaging and other cost reimbursable actions in support of depot receiving operations, and uniform Care of Supplies in Storage. NOTE: AR 740-3 is a Joint Service Instruction and is also DLAI 4145.4, AFMAN 23-125(IP), NAVSUPINST 4400.100A, MCO 4450.15A (The true file name when downloaded Read more

AR 70-77 Program Protection

This regulation assigns responsibilities and prescribes policies for developing plans to protect critical program information, conducting supply-chain risk management, and performing damage assessment activities resulting from a compromise of unclassified program information. It provides a disciplined approach for managing the risks to advanced technology and mission-critical system functionality within Army capabilities from foreign collection, design vulnerability, supply chain exploitation, and Read more

AR 70-76 Joint Electronics Type Designation Automated System

The policies established in this regulation constitute a management system for the Joint Electronics Type Designation Automated System. The objectives of the management system are to ensure that the JETDAS is properly administered and controlled; serves as a viable tool for identification of electronic materiel and for use in configuration management of this materiel; provides identification of electronic materiel type similarities and significant differences; and is sufficiently flexible and broad Read more

AR 70-50 Designating and Naming Defense Military Aerospace Vehicles

This regulation establishes guidance and procedures for requesting a Mission Design Series designator and/or an MDS popular name for military aerospace vehicles. All requested and approved MDS designators will adhere to the DoD designator reporting system established in 1961 to standardize identification of military aerospace vehicles. This system uses letters and numbers to symbolize identifying characteristics of military aerospace vehicles of direct interest to the DoD. All requested and approved Read more

AR 700-68 Storage and Handling of Liquefied and Gaseous Compressed Gasses and Their Full and Empty Cylinders

Prescribes procedures and responsibilities for the receipt, storage, use, inspection, transportation, and handling of compressed gases and their cylinders for all DoD components, installations and activities. These procedures are designed to assure optimum use of both the gases and the cylinders by all DoD and DLA activities. Note: AR 700-68 has been superseded by DLAI 4145.25, which is what you will receive when you download this document.  Also this supersedes older versions of DLAR 4145.25/AR-700-68/NAVSUPINST Read more

AR 700-37 Packaging of Army Materiel

This regulation provides policy and defines responsibilities for the packaging of supplies and equipment within the Army. Detailed procedural guidance is contained in DA Pam 700–32. Packaging of stocked, stored, and shipped Army used, Army-owned, and Army-managed materiel will conform to this publication, DODD 4140.1, AR 700–15 / NAVSUPINST 4030.28E / AFJMAN 24–206 / MCO 4030.33E / DLAR 4145.7, and MIL–STD 2073–1, regardless of where performed. Materiel offered for storage and shipment Read more

AR 700-146 Individual Chemical Equipment Management Program

This regulation sets the policy and responsibilities for the proper management of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear individual protective equipment, under the Individual Chemical Equipment Management Program. IPE consists of mask filters, vapor and/or liquid chemical detector kits, individual equipment decontamination kits, suits, boots, gloves, mask hoods, a nuclear, biological, chemical bag, and other nonmedical individual equipment items, as needed. Also, the kits will deploy with Read more

AR 700-145 Item Unique Identification

This regulation prescribes the policy for item unique identification in the Army. IUID facilitates information sharing between users at all levels within a net-centric environment by establishing a unique identity for materiel (including components) that require unique item traceability or handling. IUID supports Army modernization by improving business processes that include property accountability, property valuation, serialized item management, configuration management, and product life cycle Read more

AR 700-127 Integrated Product Support

This regulation prescribes the Department of the Army policy for implementing performance-based life cycle product support, including performance-based logistics, through the Army’s Integrated Product Support Program. The IPS Program includes planning, developing, acquiring, and sustaining well-defined, affordable performance-based product support strategies that meet the Soldier’s requirements for Army materiel and software throughout their life cycle. Additional guidance for implementing this Read more

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