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BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER AIR FORCE MATERIEL COMMAND

AIR FORCE MATERIEL COMMAND MANUAL 20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 Certified Current 02 June 2016 Logistics SECURITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SAP) LOGISTICS PROCEDURES

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OPR: HQ AFMC/A4RM

Certified by: HQ AFMC/A4R (Mr. Richard D. Reed) Pages: 306

This publication implements Air Force Instruction (AFI) 23-101, Air Force Materiel Management. This new manual evolved from rescinded Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 23-110, USAF Supply Manual, Volume 9, Security Assistance Program Procedures. It provides guidance and procedures on providing logistics support to the Security Assistance Program (SAP). It applies to individuals at all levels who perform SAP logistics support functions, including the Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard (ANG) units. This publication may be supplemented at any level, but must be routed to the OPR of this publication for coordination prior to certification and approval. All waiver requests must be routed to the OPR for approval prior to implementation. Refer recommended changes and questions about this publication to the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) using AF Form 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication; route AF Forms 847 from the field through the appropriate functional chain of command. Ensure that all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this publication are maintained in accordance with (IAW) Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 33-363, Management of Records, and disposed of IAW the Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS) Disposition Schedule (RDS). See Attachment 1 for a glossary of references and supporting information.

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Chapter 1—INTRODUCTION TO THE SECURITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SAP)

10

1.1.

Purpose. ..................................................................................................................

10

1.2.

Scope. .....................................................................................................................

10

Chapter 2—ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

11

2.1.

Purpose. ..................................................................................................................

11

2.2.

Headquarters (HQ) AFMC/A4, Directorate of Logistics, will: .............................

11

2.3.

HQ AFMC/A1, Manpower, Personnel and Services, will: ....................................

11

2.4.

HQ AFMC/A6/7, Communications, Installations and Mission Support, will: ......

11

2.5.

HQ AFMC/FM, Financial Management, will: .......................................................

11

2.6.

HQ AFMC/JA, Judge Advocate, will: ...................................................................

12

2.7.

HQ AFMC/PK, Contracting, will: .........................................................................

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2.8.

Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) will: ................................

12

2.9.

Air Force Sustainment Center (AFSC) will: ..........................................................

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Chapter 3—SPECIAL PROVISIONS

18

3.1.

Processing of FMS Non-programmed Requirements. ...........................................

18

3.2.

Modifications to Systems, Subsystems, and Equipment. .......................................

18

3.3.

Special Instructions for Diversion of FMS or Air Force Materiel. ........................

19

3.4.

Emergency Acceleration of FMS Support. ............................................................

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3.5.

Emergency Suspension/Cancellation of FMS Support. .........................................

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Chapter 4—TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND CONTROLS

25

4.1.

Purpose. ..................................................................................................................

25

4.2.

Releasability. ..........................................................................................................

25

4.3.

Use of Technical Order (TO) Library by Foreign Nationals. ................................

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Chapter 5—PREPARATION AND PROCESSING OF FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) CASES

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Section 5A—GENERAL FMS GUIDANCE

26

5.1.

General Instructions. ..............................................................................................

26

5.2.

Follow-On Support Transactions Involving Less-Than-Economic-Order-Quantity (EOQ). ....................................................................................................................

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5.3.

Aircraft, Missiles, and Other System Sales. ..........................................................

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5.4.

Channels for Submitting FMS Requests. ...............................................................

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5.5.

Sole Source Acquisition. ........................................................................................

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Section 5B—PROCESSING FMS REQUESTS

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5.6.

Letter of Request (LOR). .......................................................................................

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5.7.

Establishing the Request. .......................................................................................

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5.8.

Requests for Pricing and Availability (also referred to as ROM Data). ................

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5.9.

Determining Pricing for LOAD. ............................................................................

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Table 5.1.

DSAMS Line Price Estimation Screen – Primary Categories Tab (Completion Checklist) ...............................................................................................................

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Table 5.2.

PCC/IPC Crosswalk ...............................................................................................

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Table 5.3.

Delivery Term Code Matrix Example ...................................................................

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Responsibilities. .....................................................................................................

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Table 5.4.

Suggested SOS Checklist for Processing LOAD ...................................................

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Table 5.5.

Suggested Line Manager Checklist for Processing ................................................

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5.10.

Section 5C—ADDITIONAL PRICING INSTRUCTIONS AND CASE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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5.11.

FMS Materiel Pricing. ...........................................................................................

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5.12.

Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG). .............................

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5.13.

Determination of GFM Cost for Contractor Shipments. ........................................

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5.14.

Notification of Price Increases. ..............................................................................

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5.15.

Direct-Cite and Reimbursable Financing. ..............................................................

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5.16.

Case Management Control System (CMCS). ........................................................

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Chapter 6—FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) CASE PERFORMANCE

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Section 6A—FM CASE IMPLEMENTATION

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6.1.

Purpose. ..................................................................................................................

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6.2.

General. ..................................................................................................................

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6.3.

FMS Case Types. ...................................................................................................

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6.4.

AFMC Implementation of FMS Cases. .................................................................

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6.5.

Types of Support. ...................................................................................................

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Table 6.1.

Type of Support .....................................................................................................

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Section 6B—ACQUISITION FOR FMS

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6.6.

Sole-Source Acquisition of Items. .........................................................................

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6.7.

Special Purchase Requirements. ............................................................................

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Section 6C—PROCESSING FMS REQUISITIONS

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6.8.

Overview. ...............................................................................................................

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6.9.

Defined Order Case Requisition Processing. .........................................................

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 Preparation and Processing of Requisitions Against Follow-on “E” and B/O Cases. .....................................................................................................................

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Submission of Requisitions, Follow-ups, Cancellations, and Requisition Modifiers. ...............................................................................................................

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DLA Transaction Services Stations .......................................................................

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6.12.

Requisition Process for Shelf-Life Items. ..............................................................

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6.13.

US Navy Processing of AF FMS Requisitions. .....................................................

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6.14.

Processing Materiel Release Orders (MRO) and Redistribution Orders (RDO) to Support FMS Requirements. ..................................................................................

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6.15.

Preparation and Distribution of DD Form 1348-1A. .............................................

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6.16.

FMS Customer-Generated Requisitions. ...............................................................

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Commercial-Type Items ........................................................................................

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6.17.

Hydrazine (H-70) Support for F-16 Aircraft. .........................................................

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6.18.

PROS Standard Item Guidance. .............................................................................

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6.10. 6.11. Table 6.2.

Table 6.3.

Section 6D—COMMITMENTS

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6.19.

Bulk Commitments. ...............................................................................................

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6.20.

Custom Commitments. ..........................................................................................

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Table 6.4.

SAMIS Edit Data ...................................................................................................

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Table 6.5.

Custom Commitment (CE5) Status Codes ............................................................

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Table 6.6.

CS5 Unfilled Elements ..........................................................................................

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Section 6E—AIR FORCE MATERIEL COMMAND (AFMC) SYSTEM SALES

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Communications-Electronics (C-E) Systems and Equipment “D” Case Processing. .............................................................................................................

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6.22.

Weapon Systems “S” Case Processing. .................................................................

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6.23.

Selected Systems “Y” Case Processing. ................................................................

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6.24.

Selected Systems “Q” Case Processing. ................................................................

101

6.25.

Air Force Inventory Systems - Aircraft. ................................................................

101

6.21.

Section 6F—FMS CASES OTHER THAN “D,” “Q,” “S,” and “Y.”

101

6.26.

General. ..................................................................................................................

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6.27.

“A” Cases—Defined Order (D/O) Cases for Munitions. .......................................

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6.28.

“C” Cases—B/O Cases for CAD/PAD. .................................................................

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6.29.

“E” Cases—B/O Cases for SE and Supplies. ........................................................

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6.30.

“G” Cases—Defined Order (D/O) or B/O Services Cases. ...................................

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6.31.

“H” Cases—D/O Cases for Transportation Services. ............................................

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6.32.

“K” Cases—CLSSA. .............................................................................................

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6.33.

“L” Cases—D/O Cases for Equipment. .................................................................

107

6.34.

“M” Cases—D/O and B/O Cases for Depot Level Maintenance. .........................

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6.35.

“N” Cases—Special Support. ................................................................................

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6.36.

“O” Cases—B/O and D/O Cases for COMSEC. ...................................................

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6.37.

“R” Cases—B/O Spare-Parts Cases. ......................................................................

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6.38.

“T” Cases—Training. ............................................................................................

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6.39.

“U” Cases—Military Assistance Program (MAP). ................................................

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6.40.

“V” Cases—B/O and Defined Order Cases for Class IV Modifications. ..............

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6.41.

“X” Cases—Holding Accounts and Financial Projects. ........................................

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6.42.

“Z” Case—Special Management (Non-FMS). ......................................................

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Section 6G—COOPERATIVE LOGISTICS SUPPLY SUPPORT ARRANGEMENTS (CLSSA) 109 6.43.

Background. ...........................................................................................................

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6.44.

Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangement (CLSSA) Overview. ...........

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6.45.

FMSO I / Stock-Level Case. ..................................................................................

111

6.46.

FMSO I Case Development Overview. .................................................................

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6.47.

FMSO I Initial and Major-Add Program Processing Concept. ..............................

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Recommended Item Listing ...................................................................................

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FMSO I Computations. ..........................................................................................

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EPQ Computation Examples .................................................................................

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6.49.

FMSO I Item Management. ...................................................................................

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6.50.

FMSO I Levels in the Buy-Computation Systems. ................................................

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6.51.

FMSO I Liability Management. .............................................................................

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Table 6.9.

XD5-7 Format ........................................................................................................

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Table 6.10.

XD5-8 Format ........................................................................................................

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6.52.

FMSO I Financial Management. ............................................................................

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6.53.

FMSO II Requisition Case. ....................................................................................

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Table 6.11.

Programmed/Non-Programmed Codes ..................................................................

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6.54.

The Quality of Storage, Maintenance, and Modifications. ....................................

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6.55.

CLSSA Funding. ....................................................................................................

137

6.56.

CLSSA Termination. .............................................................................................

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Table 6.7. 6.48. Table 6.8.

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Section 6H—- REQUIRED AVAILABILITY DATE (RAD) MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

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6.57.

Overview. ...............................................................................................................

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6.58.

Application of RADs. ............................................................................................

139

6.59.

Purpose of a RAD. .................................................................................................

139

6.60.

Scope. .....................................................................................................................

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6.61.

Administrative. ......................................................................................................

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6.62.

Categories Excluded from RAD Assignment. .......................................................

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6.63.

Conditions Impacting RAD Assignments. .............................................................

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6.64.

RAD Assignment Responsibilities. .......................................................................

140

6.65.

RAD Review Responsibilities. ..............................................................................

140

6.66.

Management Actions to Meet an Assigned RAD. .................................................

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6.67.

RAD Management Responsibilities. ......................................................................

141

6.68.

RAD Adjustments—Why. .....................................................................................

141

6.69.

RAD Adjustment—Who. .......................................................................................

142

6.70.

RAD Adjustment—How. .......................................................................................

142

6.71.

Items Controlled by MILSTRIP. ...........................................................................

142

6.72.

Items Not Controlled by MILSTRIP. ....................................................................

142

6.73.

IMS Computer Support System (D035A). .............................................................

143

6.74.

PM and Case Managers' Support System (SAMIS). .............................................

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Section 6I—TRANSPORTATION

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6.75.

Ferrying of Aircraft. ...............................................................................................

143

6.76.

Packaging and Marking. ........................................................................................

143

6.77.

Preparation and Distribution of DD Form 1348-1A. .............................................

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Section 6J—PROCESSING FMS SUPPLY DISCREPANCY REPORTS (SDR)

144

6.78.

Purpose. ..................................................................................................................

144

6.79.

Scope. .....................................................................................................................

145

6.80.

General. ..................................................................................................................

145

6.81.

Roles and Responsibilities. ....................................................................................

145

6.82.

Submission Procedures. .........................................................................................

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6.83.

General Processing Procedures. .............................................................................

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6.84.

Processing SF 364 by SDR Category. ...................................................................

149

6.85.

Returning FMS SDR Materiel to US Government Control. ..................................

152

6.86.

Reconsideration/Contested SDRs. .........................................................................

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6.87.

General. ..................................................................................................................

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6.88.

Determining a NMCS Condition. ..........................................................................

156

6.89.

Customer’s Materiel Availability. .........................................................................

156

6.90.

Upgrading Existing Requisition. ............................................................................

157

6.91.

Requisitioning. .......................................................................................................

157

6.92.

Requisition Manager’s Follow-up/Tracking Management. ...................................

158

6.93.

Customer Management Tips. .................................................................................

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Chapter 7—MILITARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (MAP) (GRANT AID) 7.1.

Overview. ...............................................................................................................

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Chapter 8—SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

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Section 8A—FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) CONTRACTOR ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES (CETS)

161

8.1.

Overview. ...............................................................................................................

161

8.2.

Scope. .....................................................................................................................

161

8.3.

Customer Requests for CETS. ...............................................................................

161

8.4.

Responsibilities. .....................................................................................................

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8.5.

Procurement. ..........................................................................................................

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Section 8B—FMS EXCESS MATERIEL RETURN (FEMR) PROGRAM

165

8.6.

Overview. ...............................................................................................................

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8.7.

FEMR Description. ................................................................................................

165

8.8.

Eligible Materiel. ...................................................................................................

165

8.9.

Processing Return Requests. ..................................................................................

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Section 8C—FMS SUPPORT OF AIR FORCE-DEACTIVATED SYSTEMS AND FMS CUSTOMER SYSTEM/ITEM SUPPORT TERMINATION

169

8.10.

Purpose and Scope. ................................................................................................

169

8.11.

General. ..................................................................................................................

169

8.12.

Guidance. ...............................................................................................................

169

8.13.

Responsibilities. .....................................................................................................

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8.14.

Major End items and Subsystems. .........................................................................

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Section 8D—NON-STANDARD ITEM SUPPORT

172

8.15.

Overview. ...............................................................................................................

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8.16.

Definition. ..............................................................................................................

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Scope. .....................................................................................................................

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8.18.

System Sales Non-standard Item Support. .............................................................

174

8.19.

Follow-On Non-standard Item Support. ................................................................

177

8.20.

Non-standard Item Requisitioning. ........................................................................

179

8.21.

Worldwide Warehouse Redistribution Services (WWRS). ...................................

188

Section 8E—MATERIEL RETURN SUPPORT FOR FMS

192

8.22.

Purpose. ..................................................................................................................

192

8.23.

Overview. ...............................................................................................................

192

8.24.

General. ..................................................................................................................

193

8.25.

Overall Concept. ....................................................................................................

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8.26.

Non-standard Repair. .............................................................................................

196

8.27.

Exceptions. .............................................................................................................

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Section 8F—SECTION 30 AECA SALES TO US COMPANIES

196

8.28.

General. ..................................................................................................................

196

8.29.

Authorized Items. ...................................................................................................

196

8.30.

Authorized Purchasers. ..........................................................................................

197

8.31.

Processing US Company LORs. ............................................................................

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8.32.

Processing Requirements. ......................................................................................

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Section 8G—Global Weapon System Support (GWSS)

197

8.33.

Core Principles. ......................................................................................................

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8.34.

GWSS-Unique Attributes. .....................................................................................

198

8.35.

GWSS Membership. ..............................................................................................

199

8.36.

Withdrawal from GWSS. .......................................................................................

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Chapter 9—MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

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Section 9A—SECURITY ASSISTANCE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (SAMIS) OVERVIEW GUIDANCE AND DATA SUBMISSION

201

9.1.

SAMIS (W001) Reporting Function. .....................................................................

201

9.2.

Products Available to Customers. ..........................................................................

201

9.3.

SAMIS OUTPUT PRODUCTS .............................................................................

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Section 9B—FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) DELIVERY REPORTS

203

9.4.

FMS Delivery Reporting. .......................................................................................

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9.5.

FMS Detailed Delivery Report. .............................................................................

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FMS Delivery Reporting (Physical). .....................................................................

Section 9C—MILITARY ARTICLES AND SERVICES LIST (MASL)

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9.7.

Overview. ...............................................................................................................

204

9.8.

Procedures for Processing new MASL Requests/Changes/Deletions. ..................

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Section 9D—SECURITY ASSISTANCE (SA) CUSTOMER CODES 9.9.

SA Customer Codes. ..............................................................................................

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Attachment 1—GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION

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Attachment 2—CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION SERVICES (CAS) WAIVERS

256

Attachment 3—FMS REQUISITION FORMATS

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Attachment 4—SERIAL NUMBER ASSIGNMENTS

267

Attachment 5—ROUTING IDENTIFIER CODES FOR CUSTOM COMMITMENTS

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Attachment 6—REPORTING ACTIVITY CODES

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Attachment 7—SAMIS SLQ COMPUTATION EXAMPLE

270

Attachment 8—LIABILITY FILE PROCESSING EXAMPLE

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Attachment 9—ABSORPTION REVIEW AND DRAWDOWN REQUISITION PROCESSING

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Attachment 10—SAMPLE FORMAT OF UNITED STATES CUSTOMS DECLARATION 276 Attachment 11—SUPPLY SUPPORT ARRANGEMENT MATERIEL RETURN AGAINST COOPERATIVE LOGISTICS “K” CASE

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Attachment 12—MATERIEL REPAIR REQUIREMENTS LIST (MRRL) NONACCEPTANCE CODES

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Attachment 13—BLANKET ORDER (B/O) REPAIR AND RETURN CASES

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Attachment 14—DEFINED ORDER MAINTENANCE CASE REPAIR/RETURN

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Attachment 15—MASL FOOTNOTE CODES

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Attachment 16—MASL REQUEST CHECKLIST FOR AIR FORCE ITEMS

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE SECURITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SAP)

1.1. Purpose. 1.1.1. The SAP is a group of programs authorized by the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) of 1976 and Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended through which the US Department of Defense (DoD) or commercial contractors provide defense articles and services in support of national policies and objectives. SAPs allow the transfer of defense articles and services to international organizations and friendly foreign Governments via sales, grants, leases, or loans to help friendly nations and allies deter and defend against aggression, promote the sharing of common defense burdens and help foster regional stability. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) outlines these components in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Security Assistance Management Manual (SAMM). This manual provides procedures on these transfers that are applicable to Foreign Military Sales (FMS), Foreign Military Financing (FMF) grants or loans, Excess Defense Articles (EDA), and Commercial Export . It also covers sales licensed under Section 30 the AECA of 1976 (procedures for that permit the United States Government [USG] to sell defense articles and services to U.S. companies in connection with a proposed direct commercial sale). The manual references drawdowns without providing detailed procedures. Detailed procedures are provided in DSCA H-1, DSCA Handbook for Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) Drawdown of Defense Articles and Services. 1.1.2. This instruction was developed for the benefit of, and use by, Security Assistance (SA) purchasers to maintain a standardized system process. General policies and procedures for implementing approved programs are in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M and AFMAN 16-101, International Affairs and Security Assistance Management. 1.2. Scope. 1.2.1. This manual provides guidance to Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) organizations that are responsible for providing materiel management logistical support to foreign countries participating in the International Logistics Program, to include the Air Force Reserve and ANG units . 1.2.2. It does not include the leasing of defense articles to FMS customers. For information concerning this topic, reference AFI 23-119, Exchange, Sale, or Temporary Custody of Nonexcess Personal Property.

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Chapter 2 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 2.1. Purpose. This chapter explains the responsibilities and relationships between the various offices in the AFMC regarding SA functions. 2.2. Headquarters (HQ) AFMC/A4, Directorate of Logistics, will: 2.2.1. Establish logistics procedural guidance to support SAP in conjunction with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC). 2.2.2. Provide movement management expertise to AFMC staff agencies for FMS materiel transported through the Defense Transportation System (DTS). 2.2.3. Help shipping activities move special categories of FMS cargo to ensure loading compatibility, proper documentation, compliance with DTR 4500.9-R, Defense Transportation Regulations and other applicable directives on the movement of FMS materiel through the DTS. 2.2.4. Advise AFLCMC on Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) packaging documentation, handling, movement processes and procedures for SAP as needed. 2.2.5. Establish procedures, as they pertain to FMS, for packaging, standards/specifications, with emphasis on standardizing procedures, cost effectiveness, and overall improvement/simplification. 2.2.6. Oversee AFMC packaging programs including those for FMS with emphasis on standardizing procedures, cost effectiveness, and overall improvement/simplification. 2.3. HQ AFMC/A1, Manpower, Personnel and Services, will: 2.3.1. Manage SAP logistics manpower for the command to include validating requirements, allocating resources, conducting utilization studies, etc. 2.4. HQ AFMC/A6/7, Communications, Installations and Mission Support, will: 2.4.1. Act as the focal point for Automated Data Processing (ADP) matters in support of AFMC-assigned SA logistics programs. 2.4.2. (A6M) work with the United States Postal Service (USPS) and other small package carriers to move SA materiel. 2.4.3. (A7M) provide technical management for the design and construction of facilities in support of designated FMS logistics programs. 2.5. HQ AFMC/FM, Financial Management, will: 2.5.1. Be responsible for command oversight for FMS financial management. 2.5.2. (Three-letter organizations) Provide support to FMS financial activities on an asneeded basis in functional areas related to pricing, costing, financial systems, accounting and reimbursements as appropriate. 2.5.3. FMA:

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 2.5.3.1. Serve as the AFMC Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) for command-level FMS financial management procedural guidance. This includes pricing guidance and providing oversight of FMS financial audits as appropriate. 2.5.3.2. Liaise with the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) on financial systems, accounting matters and delivery reporting. 2.5.3.3. Provide SA financial management staff assistance and training. 2.5.3.4. Be responsible for funds control for the command’s FMS administrative funds budget. This includes distributing funds to command activities as determined and coordinated with the AFLCMC. 2.5.4. (FMR) work and staff FMS issues involving the AF Working Capital Fund (WCF).

2.6. HQ AFMC/JA, Judge Advocate, will: 2.6.1. Provide HQ-level legal guidance with regards to all FMS-related legislative and regulatory authorities. 2.6.2. Serve as the command POC with DSCA/OGC and Secretary of the Air Force (SAF)/General Counsel (GC) 2.6.3. AFMCLO, Legal Office: 2.6.3.1. Write opinions and coordinate actions on FMS matters. 2.6.3.2. Legally advise FMS organizations on disputes and protests coming from contractual actions involving FMS. 2.6.3.3. Provide dispute/pre-dispute litigation support for oral advice, written opinions, and discussions with FMS organizations. 2.6.3.4. Give indirect legal staff support for indirect matters in offices and activities charged with FMS responsibilities (i.e., matters involving civilian personnel, Office of Special Investigations [OSI] matters, Inspector General [IG] reports, fiscal, etc.). 2.6.3.5. Provide paralegal support to include, but not limited to: review of Letters of Offer and Acceptance (LOA); legal sufficiency of sole source requests/Section 30 sales agreements/lease agreements; and initial legal review of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. 2.7. HQ AFMC/PK, Contracting, will: 2.7.1. Oversee FMS contracting procedures, processes, personnel, and technology. 2.7.2. Provide technical assistance with interpreting contracting policies and the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and supplements, including FAR 25, Foreign Acquisition and Department of Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS) 225.73, Acquisitions for Foreign Military Sales. 2.8. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) will: 2.8.1. Provide materiel solutions for the DoD’s international partners in support of the AF Global Partnership Strategy.

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2.8.2. Be responsible for SA customer support, including item, system, and maintenance management, and reporting the cost of materiel/services provided to SA customers. Manages FMS-unique activities, ensuring appropriate attention to FMS requirements and supporting AF personnel engaged in FMS logistics support. 2.8.3. Process SA letters of request, Price and Availability (P&A), Letter of Offer and Acceptance Data (LOAD) requests, and Supply Discrepancy Reports (SDR); and direct delivery of materiel and services to other AFMC field units in support of SA. 2.8.4. Provide FMS and SA logistics procedural guidance oversight. 2.8.5. Oversee command and center’s foreign disclosure processes to develop and execute international agreements. 2.8.6. Maintain up-to-date SA case files. 2.8.7. Provide global Information Technology (IT) support; and develops, operates, and sustains FMS business systems; and provide operational support of logistics IT services. 2.8.8. Provide direct country, FMS case, and logistics management support for SA. 2.8.9. Monitor logistics efforts to ensure SAP objectives are met. 2.8.10. Act as the command focal point for changes to the Security Assistance Management Information System (SAMIS/W00l). 2.8.11. Finalize quantities of initial spares/spare parts. 2.8.12. Ensure SA customers are notified of any proposed “off-shore” procurements prior to contract award. SA customers may, for logistics reasons, request that the procurement be made from a CONUS source. The purchaser is responsible for the cost of movement from the off-shore contractor to the CONUS Freight Forwarder (FF) and for all export and/or import license and Customs clearance requirements imposed by the materiel’s country of origin and the USG. 2.8.13. Ensure implementation of procurement action for SA items needed to fill the requirement, including monitoring contracts, making sure all case requirements are met and contracts are amended as needed to meet changing case requirements; and monitoring contract obligations, making sure financial systems are accurately posted in line with contract coverage. 2.8.14. Ensure procurement is initiated timely to support AFLCMC-managed FMS requisitions that cannot be filled from inventory or where customer requires new and unused materiel which is not available from AF stocks, monitoring contract actions to ensure case requirements are accurately met and initiating amendments as required to meet changing requirements, including initiating required changes to acquisition systems. 2.8.15. Provide a single-entry point for AFLCMC-managed NSN-related issues for FMS customers and their representatives. Issues related to non-AFLCMC managed NSNs are routed to appropriate points of contact with a courtesy copy to requester. 2.8.16. Ensure all AFLCMC-managed FMS requisitions received through AF supply systems are reviewed for support within seven working days of requisition receipt if not shipped upon receipt.

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 2.8.17. Ensure supply systems are appropriately updated to reflect changing status for AFLCMC-managed FMS requisitions throughout the life of the requisition, including all types of requisitions, all status categories and all aged requisitions. 2.8.18. Ensure timely cancellation of those AFLCMC-managed items which cannot be supplied by the AFSC and recommendation of possible alternatives is provided. 2.8.19. Attend and present briefings at program management reviews, ensuring all data is completed; this includes confirming that contracts are closed and delivered values shown in data systems are correct. 2.8.20. Prepare and input requisitions to SAMIS for system sales ("D," "S," "Q," "W," and "Y" cases) and respond to customer inquiries directed to Program Management (PM) activities regarding D/MM actions (no more than 90 days after last system delivery). 2.8.21. Review SAMIS products to ensure all system sale requisitions are processed through SAMIS and that all supply actions are completed within the Required Availability Date (RAD). This includes monitoring delivery status, taking timely action to confirm ship and bill information is accurately posted in SAMIS, and correcting estimated/actual billings. 2.8.22. Draft procedural guidance for the use and maintenance of the Military Assistance Program Address Directory (MAPAD). 2.8.23. Review, evaluate and initiate DoD system change proposals on assigned logistics systems to ensure adequate corrective or preventative actions are accomplished. 2.8.24. Assess the logistics readiness and supportability of tactical systems and take any necessary action to correct identified deficiencies on the SAP. 2.8.25. Develop and review AF and AFMC logistics plans, objectives, procedures, and operating instructions (OIs) involving SAP. 2.8.26. Provide Packing, Handling, Storage, and Transportation (PHS&T) program input consistent with Higher Headquarters (HHQ) guidance for inclusion in the LOA. 2.8.27. Maintain liaison with other services/agencies, organizations, and elements on logistical problems and matters for the SAP. 2.8.28. Conduct meetings with foreign customer representatives, FF, and AFMC personnel to define and socialize AF policies and procedures for transportation, documentation, and processing of SA materiel. 2.8.29. Review and analyze transportation and interfacing accounting and reporting systems to recoup all transportation costs on FMS shipments. 2.8.30. Develop management products (as necessary) to enhance visibility of logistics processes and review data computer system data to detect and correct irregularities. 2.8.31. Maintain an effective FMS logistics training program. 2.8.32. Develop and implement methods for reporting applicable transportation charges on contractor FMS shipments moving in the DTS in conjunction. 2.8.33. Develop procedures for reporting transportation charges on AF FMS-sponsored munitions movements from other DoD storage sites in conjunction with other services.

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2.8.34. Monitor input into financial systems and reconcile/resolve discrepancies in financial systems at fiscal yearend based on closeout position. 2.8.35. Provide oversight for FMS administrative budget submissions to SAF (through HQ AFMC/FM), and oversight for budget execution. 2.8.36. Chair studies and analysis task groups to identify SA financial management problems, determine their impact and apparent causes, draft procedures, and set guidance in line with AF direction to overcome AF and AFMC problems. 2.8.37. Manage the annual FMS administrative budgets by issuing calls, receiving AFMC staff and field unit inputs, analyzing and sending budgets to HQ United States Air Force (USAF), receiving approved budgets from HQ USAF and distributing approved funding to AFMC staff entities and field units. Also includes tracking budget execution to ensure that established parameters are not exceeded and established procedural guidance is carried out. 2.8.38. Provide guidance on the use of inflation indexes and the application of cost analysis to FMS situations. 2.8.39. Send out appropriate inflation indexes for use in determining sale prices for FMS items. 2.8.40. Resolve unliquidated obligations and other financial variances identified by financial analyses. 2.8.41. Convert SA case directives into DD Form 1348, DoD Single Line Item Requisition System Document (Manual), and format for supply processing. See Defense Logistics Manual (DLM) 4000.25-1, Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP), for samples. 2.8.42. Develop plans and programs for metrology support to SA customers. 2.8.43. Maintain an SAP Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory (PMEL) data file on PMEL measurement standards and equipment measurement traceability, regardless of weapon system configuration. 2.8.44. Through its FMS weapon system program offices will: 2.8.44.1. Evaluate all non-positive supply actions on SA cases to determine the best course for continuing supply action. 2.8.44.2. Ensure AF participation in configuration/definitization/provisioning conferences and logistics reviews as requested by customer or their Command Country Manager (CCM) 2.8.44.3. Ensure AFSC-managed requisitions are supplied by RAD or case managers are notified of limiting factors, to include confirming shipment and delivery reporting. 2.8.44.4. For AFLCMC-managed NSNs where the order cannot be filled and a substitution of a similar part is considered, the acquisition or legacy program using the similar part must review the action prior to the order being filled to ensure there is no loss or compromise of critical program information, critical components or critical functions.

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2.9. Air Force Sustainment Center (AFSC) will: 2.9.1. Be responsible for SA customer Supply Chain Management (SCM) support, including item management supply support at the National Stock Number (NSN) level for buy and exchangeable repair requirements and Support Equipment (SE), and for reporting the cost of materiel/services provided to SA customers. 2.9.2. Establish a focal point for international logistics support. 2.9.3. Manage FMS-unique activities, ensuring appropriate attention to FMS requirements and supporting AFSC personnel engaged in FMS logistics support. 2.9.4. Provide a single-entry point for AFSC-managed NSN-related issues for FMS customers and their representatives. Issues related to non-AFSC-managed NSNs are routed to appropriate points of contact, with a courtesy copy to requester. 2.9.5. Ensure all AFSC-managed FMS requisitions received through AF supply systems are reviewed for support within seven working days of requisition receipt if not shipped upon receipt. 2.9.6. Ensure FMS Not Mission Capable Supply (NMCS) requirements are reviewed immediately for expedited support options and appropriate coordination is initiated with the Item Manager (IM) and AFLCMC. 2.9.7. Ensure AF IMs take action to include FMS Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangement (CLSSA) requirements in AF buy and repair requirement to ensure timely support from inventory. 2.9.8. Review requests for Materiel Repair Requirements List (MRRL) exchangeable repair requirements and coordinating approval/disapproval, including identification of alternatives, and ensuring repair is in process for approved items through coordination with the AF IMs. 2.9.9. Ensure supply systems are appropriately updated to reflect changing status for AFSCmanaged FMS requisitions throughout the life of the requisition, including all types of requisitions, all status categories and all aged requisitions. 2.9.10. Ensure SA customers are notified of any proposed “off-shore” procurements prior to contract award. SA customers may, for logistics reasons, request that the procurement be made from a Continental United States (CONUS) source. The purchaser is responsible for the cost of movement from the off-shore contractor to the CONUS freight forwarder and for all export and/or import license and customs clearance requirements imposed by the materiel’s country of origin and the USG. 2.9.11. Ensure procurement is initiated timely to support AFSC-managed FMS requisitions that cannot be filled from inventory or where customer requires new and unused materiel which is not available from AF stocks, monitoring contract actions to ensure case requirements are accurately met and initiating amendments as required to meet changing requirements, including initiating required changes to acquisition systems. 2.9.12. Ensure financial systems appropriately reflect accurate financial transactions for AFSC-provided materiel and services. 2.9.13. . Ensure timely cancellation of those AFSC-managed items which cannot be supplied by the AFSC and recommendation of possible alternatives is provided.

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2.9.14. Ensure AFSC participation in configuration/definitization/provisioning conferences and logistics reviews as requested by customer or their case or Program Manager (PM). 2.9.15. Ensure requisitions are supplied by the RAD or case managers are notified of limiting factors, to include confirming shipment and delivery reporting information is correct. 2.9.16. Process Standard Form (SF) 364, Report of Discrepancy (ROD), and provide timely recommendation for approval/disapproval with supporting documentation, to include preparation and processing of related Product Quality Discrepancy Reports (PQDR) as required to resolve suspect quality escapes. 2.9.17. Provide FMS-specific data products to IMs for review and action, including quarterly CLSSA and retention products. 2.9.18. Provide FMS subject matter expertise to AFSC activities supporting FMS SCM requirements. 2.9.19. Ensure adequate management attention to FMS requirements by AFSC leadership as appropriate. 2.9.20. Negotiate the establishment of Special Assignment Airlift Missions (SAAM) for the movement of FMS materiel with the requesting activity and Air Mobility Command (AMC) and monitor movement to the designated Aerial Port of Debarkation (APOD). 2.9.21. . Expedite movement of cargo and perform tracer action as needed to ensure expeditious movement of FMS materiel within scheduled service provided by the DTS. 2.9.22. Provide AFLCMC information to help in the disposition of FMS shipments delayed in the DTS, working with aerial authorities, shipping activities, and pertinent transportation agencies. 2.9.23. Remove aircraft parts and components to meet logistics support requirements of operational or logistical activities for the AF and SAP IAW AFMCI 23-111, Reclamation of Air Force Property. 2.9.24. Ensures protection of critical program information, critical components or that perform critical functions by removing affected aircraft parts and components as part of demilitarization and disposal process for the AF and SAP IAW AFI 63-101/20-101, Integrated Life Cycle Management. 2.9.25. For AFSC-managed NSNs where the order cannot be filled and a substitution of a similar part is considered, the acquisition or legacy program using the similar part must review the action prior to the order being filled to ensure there is no loss or compromise of critical program information, critical components or critical functions.

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Chapter 3 SPECIAL PROVISIONS 3.1. Processing of FMS Non-programmed Requirements. 3.1.1. The AFSC and AFLCMC must take appropriate action on the outputs from the D035 system to provide effective supply action. Items that must be procured to meet FMS requirements will be sent at once to the proper activity responsible for beginning the buy request. Pricing criteria in Chapter 5 apply. Procurement will be consolidated if practical, consistent with the limitations in Chapter 6; DoDI 5000.02, Operation of the Defense Acquisition System; and AFI 63-101/20-101. To meet numerous submissions of requests for buys in a short period, the Inventory Management Specialists (IMS) will start acquisition once each quarter to support those FMS non-programmed requisitions received on any given item. Requisitions must not be held longer than 90 days before starting the acquisition process. “ND” numbers and non-standard items are excluded from this 90-day criterion. 3.1.2. Problems that cannot be solved at the distribution level will be sent to the AFSAC case manager. 3.1.3. All shipments from on-hand stock will be shown on DD Form 1348-1A, Issue Release/Receipt Document. All shipments from contractual sources will be shown on DD Form 250, Materiel Inspection and Receiving Report, or DD Form 1155, Order for Supplies or Services. 3.1.4. Release/receipt documents must show the stock number, nomenclature, unit price, Document Control Number (DCN), supplementary address, and total cost. The nomenclature is added on to all copies of the release/receipt documents. 3.1.5. One additional book of three copies of DD Form 1348-lA or DD Form 1149, Requisition and Invoice/Shipping Document, is necessary on FMS shipments. The release/receipt documents must be prepared and distributed as shown in Section 6I. 3.1.6. Appropriate follow-up on all back orders and buy actions must be done to ensure timely case closure. 3.1.7. Final billings will be made as shown in Chapter 5. 3.2. Modifications to Systems, Subsystems, and Equipment. 3.2.1. Technical Order (TO) 00-35D-54, USAF Deficiency Reporting and Investigating System, provides AFMC guidance on modification management. FMS customers must be told when manufacture part numbers may change and when modifications may be approved for equipment and spare parts of AF origin. The AFLCMC PM will do the modification before issuance of the LOA at the first preliminary meeting: 3.2.1.1. Part Number changes. Each AFLCMC Program Executive Office (PEO)/PM will establish: 3.2.1.1.1. A focal point and procedures to tell FMS customers of part number changes. Local forms are not authorized for this purpose.

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3.2.1.1.2. Procedures to ensure all potential FMS customers know of the problems they may face if they fail to get part number changes. 3.2.1.2. Modifications. 3.2.1.2.1. The PM tells all affected SA customers (including those customers who bought systems or components outside of SA channels) of modification details. Managers of engines, major subassemblies, or SE who need help in developing a list of customers using the equipment affected by modifications will contact the applicable weapon PM (informational copies of correspondence will be sent to the AFSAC). For equipment modifications with multiple weapon system applications, the IMS will ask for historical stock number interrogations from SAMIS from AFLCMC/WFS (Comm/Information) to help decide which FMS customers have the equipment. Each affected FMS customer must be told of the modification. A sample LOA amendment/modification change request is in AFMAN 16-101. The AFLCMC provides kits only. Installation is the FMS customer's responsibility. 3.2.1.2.2. Technical problems on the installation of a Class IV or V modification will be sent to the OPR for the modification, usually the responsible AFLCMC PM. Procedural problems on the FMS case will be sent to the AFSAC case manager. 3.2.1.2.3. The AFSAC case manager will review the case supply activity each month by requesting a SAMIS “Comprehensive Requisition/Custom Commitment Data” product, PCN: U-W00l.-HBC Quick Access Identification (QAID) 165A, to make sure suspenses are met and that Class IV modifications are included in delivery reporting and billing. 3.2.2. Notification of Defects and Safety Hazards. AFMC PMs and IMSs will include FMS and Grant Aid (GA) customers in all notices of materiel defects, unsatisfactory performance, and safety hazards. This correspondence does not go through the AFSAC case manager, but goes directly from the PM/IMS to the FMS/GA customer; using the United States (US) Military Assistance Advisory Group mission addresses in TO 00-35D-54. Informational copies go to the AFSAC case manager. 3.3. Special Instructions for Diversion of FMS or Air Force Materiel. 3.3.1. Every attempt will be made to supply SA requirements within normal procurement lead times. The following instructions apply to the processing of FMS requirements for investment items. Stock fund items are processed under normal inventory manager Stock Control and Distribution (SC&D) system criteria. Release of back orders is by document date and priority designator. 3.3.1.1. The IMS will screen monthly item status reports FMS requisitions. These requisitions will be compared against current Due-In Assets (DIA) records to determine whether items can be supplied from outstanding contracts without adversely affecting AF support. 3.3.1.2. If DIAs are indicated, prepare Amended Shipping Instructions (ASI) for direct shipment to the FMS customer. 3.3.1.3. If sufficient item assets are not due in from existing procurement, the IMS will take action to get funds and/or procurement authorization when necessary and initiate

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 procurement action to meet FMS requirements. The number of assets procured to meet FMS requirements must be identified in shipping instructions for direct shipment to the FMS customer. Materiel being procured or stocked for FMS may be diverted to meet higher priority requirements only with prior concurrence of the director, DSCA, who will obtain policy guidance from the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (OUSD[P]). 3.3.2. Materiel being procured or stocked for one FMS customer can be diverted to another FMS customer. Before diverting FMS assets from one FMS customer to another, all other possible sources for the needed item(s) will be investigated as follows: 3.3.2.1. Diversion from the AF. 3.3.2.2. Diversion from other DoD agencies. 3.3.2.3. Shelf-life extension, if applicable. 3.3.3. If diversion of FMS assets is the only viable support option, a request for diversion with accompanying justification must be submitted to the Director, DSCA for concurrence and potential further coordination with OUSD(P). The AFSAC CCM will take the following steps to divert FMS assets: 3.3.3.1. Ask the IMS to provide, in writing, his/her asset position, including shelf stock, projected due-ins, due-outs, and any other important information. Ask the IMS to recommend the most logical and economical way of supporting the critical FMS requirement and identify possible impacts of this recommended action. The IMS will also backfill information (i.e., Estimated Ship Date [ESD], price, etc.). Note: The price charged to a customer receiving diverted materiel will be the same price charged to the losing customer to backfill its requirement. 3.3.3.2. Coordinate with other AFSAC CCMs to determine whether another FMS customer will voluntarily agree to diversion of assets from production (based on the IMS data). 3.3.3.3. If voluntary diversion cannot be obtained from another FMS customer, the AFSAC CCM seeking the diversion will prepare a comprehensive justification package based on the IMS recommendation IAW command levy procedures in AFMAN 16-101, paragraph 7.1. 3.3.4. The AFSAC CCM seeking materiel diversion must keep all other potentially impacted Country Managers (CM) informed of the status of the diversion request. 3.3.5. The quantity of assets to be diverted will not exceed the quantity needed to satisfy urgent requirements. Diversion of materiel will be considered only in exceptional circumstances to provide urgent, Interim Supply Support (ISS). Diversions are fully funded by FMS customers and are not considered a loan.

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3.4.2. Direction to respond to a declared emergency situation should state the general scope of the acceleration effort. The notification will include the following information as appropriate: 3.4.2.1. The FMS customer and applicable case identifiers. 3.4.2.2. The assigned project code and project nickname (if assigned by the Joint Staff or HQ USAF). 3.4.2.3. Any increase in present case value(s). 3.4.2.4. Identification of items needed and the quantity. 3.4.2.5. The assigned project action officers and their points of contact. 3.4.2.6. The format for any required reports. 3.4.2.7. Identification of any special provisions regarding the delivery of materiel to the customer from the aggregation/supply points. 3.4.2.8. Use of customer funds to support materiel as it is received in aggregation. 3.4.2.9. Authority to use a higher requisition priority. 3.4.2.10. Authority to use command levy procedures. 3.4.2.11. Authority to use DTS. 3.4.2.12. Authority to use sole source emergency acquisition . 3.4.2.13. Authority to aggregate materiel. 3.4.3. Depending on the magnitude of the emergency conditions/contingency operations giving rise to the acceleration effort, AFMC/CC will determine whether the situation warrants activation of the HQ AFMC Battle Staff. The AFSAC will augment command post operations as required. In addition to taskings received through the HQ AFMC Battle Staff, the AFSAC will notify all Sources of Supply (SOS) about specific program support requirements. In addition to the information provided by SAF/IA, this notification will include: 3.4.3.1. A listing of equipment, part numbers or NSNs requiring emergency acceleration. 3.4.3.2. Identification of the AFSAC project officer and points of contact. 3.4.3.3. Supplemental instructions as necessary. 3.4.4. When the acceleration effort does not warrant activation of the HQ AFMC Battle Staff, the AFLCMC will be the AFMC focal point and will be responsible for monitoring the acceleration effort. At the discretion of AFLCMC/WF, the AFLCMC may establish a functional command post operation to oversee SA support efforts. The AFLCMC will: 3.4.4.1. Complete all activities listed in paragraph 3.4.3 3.4.4.2. Inform HQ AFMC staff offices about the emergency and obtain their assistance as needed . 3.4.4.3. Monitor the progress of the acceleration effort. 3.4.5. SOSs will:

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 3.4.5.1. Determine, in conjunction with HQ AFMC/A4 and AFLCMC , the location of needed materiel aggregation point(s) if applicable. 3.4.5.2. Monitor project progress and provide guidance and direction to supporting activities. 3.4.6. When authorization to ship to the aggregation point is given by SAF/IA, the lead CCCM or SAPM (if designated) will make available, upon request by the AFSAC, copies of selected consignee reports for each source of supply IAW with AFMCMAN 23-5, Stock Control System (D035), Volume 5, Special Support Stock Control (SSSC) System (D035D)(when published): 3.4.6.1. The Selected Supply Status for Consignee Report includes: stock number, DCN, project code, SOS, Unit of Issue (UI), quantity requisitioned, quantity shipped, quantity on hand, quantity unsupplied, quantity cancelled, latest status, and substitute stock number (as appropriate). 3.4.6.2. Selected Percent Completion for Consignee Report, which gives cost data by the Air Force Supply Directive (AFSD). 3.4.7. When using these procedures, the aggregating CCM or SAPM will prepare the country out shipment documents on the aggregated materiel. Notification will be sent to the AFSAC, SAF/IA and the Security Cooperation Organization (SCO) involved.

3.5. Emergency Suspension/Cancellation of FMS Support. 3.5.1. Under unusual and compelling circumstances, certain strategic, tactical or political considerations may require the suspension or cancellation of the provision of materiel, services and technical data to particular countries. When the US Department of State (DoS) makes this determination, DSCA will issue instructions to the military departments, Defense Logistics (DLA) and the General Services Administration (GSA). 3.5.1.1. SAF/IA provides implementing guidance regarding the degree or scope of suspension (for example, temporary, partial, complete cut-off, etc.) to AFMC, other Major Commands (MAJCOM), and AFSAC IAW AFMAN 16-101, paragraph 7.5.19. Temporary suspension is defined as temporarily suspending support to a customer. Partial suspension will apply to specific items, programs, and/or FMS cases. Complete cut-off means suspending all support. Implementing guidance will typically address the following considerations: 3.5.1.1.1. If all deliveries of FMS materiel and services to the particular country are to be suspended immediately. 3.5.1.1.2. If release of new FMS LOA can be made. 3.5.1.1.3. If any shipment of FMS materiel under USG control will be loaded at the Port of Embarkation (POE). If materiel is in transit, SAF/IA may provide directions to discharge the cargo at the nearest Port of Debarkation (POD) at which US/DoD port detachment is located. Cargo will be retained until disposition instructions are received. DoD components will store items by the most economical means possible pending further disposition instructions and in a way that promotes asset accountability and preserves asset condition.

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3.5.1.1.4. If materiel ready for shipment from a contractor will be retained at the contractor facility or shipped to a DoD storage facility. Arrangements for storage may be made with the manufacturer provided such arrangements are the most economical. 3.5.1.1.5. If requisitions submitted by the FMS customer will be filled, suspended, diverted to another FMS customer, returned to stock inventory, or canceled. 3.5.1.1.6. If service contracts with the country are to be terminated and whether USG and/or contractor personnel in-country should be evacuated. 3.5.1.2. If the suspension is only partial, the instructions may be to continue shipment of certain types of materiel to a customer-owned, operated, or controlled facility in the CONUS. The AF will keep custody and control of the shipment until it is delivered to the FMS customer facility on a government-to-government transfer basis. 3.5.1.3. Suspensions may evolve to complete cancellation action as decided by the DoS. AFSAC will adhere to specific guidance provided by SAF regarding the disposition of items, funds, etc. based upon case-by-case reviews. 3.5.1.4. For items where title has passed to the customer, but the items are in storage or in transit within the US under the control of the foreign customer or its agent, instructions to deny export of such materiel are the responsibility of the DoS and will be handled by the DoS directly with the representative of the customer concerned. 3.5.2. AFSAC Responsibilities: 3.5.2.1. Within 48 hours of a suspension notification, transmit a priority message to impacted AFMC organizations specifying the: country affected, date of suspension, date/time group and source of implementing direction, AFSAC Point of Contact (POC), immediate actions to be taken, and projected date that more detailed instructions will be provided. 3.5.2.2. Within 10 days of a suspension notification, identify to SAF/IA major end items and significant secondary items which are en route through DTS, items scheduled for release within 30 days, and items on order but not yet shipped. Within 21 days of the suspension notification, inform SAF/IA about all other materiel en route scheduled for shipment within 30 days or on order but not shipped. The report will identify the total uncommitted dollar value on Blanket-Order (B/O) cases and supply support arrangement cases. 3.5.2.3. Determine in coordination with HQ AFMC/A4/FM and DLA which DLA warehouse/depot will process materiel to be returned. 3.5.2.4. Ensure no new LOAs are released to country. 3.5.2.5. Take action to suspend all incoming requisitions. 3.5.2.6. Provide AFMC center international affairs focal point offices a list of those requirements (materiel and services) that cannot be automatically controlled and are to be suspended by NSN, DCN, or other identifying reference. 3.5.2.7. Provide AFMC center international affairs focal point offices a listing of open requisitions/requirements.

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Chapter 4 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND CONTROLS 4.1. Purpose. Disclosure policy decisions for release of information are made on a case-by-case basis using National Disclosure Policy (NDP). The procedures in this chapter apply only to NDP for systems or component sales sponsored by the AF. 4.2. Releasability. 4.2.1. Letters of request (LOR) for LOAD or LOAs for a “D,” “Q,” “S,” or “Y” case, significant military equipment, or Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), Critical Program Information (CPI), critical components, critical functions, or classified articles or services are processed as follows: 4.2.1.1. The AFSAC CCM will take a copy of the LOR to the Foreign Disclosure Policy Office (FDPO) to determine if there are any releasability points to be considered. The Foreign Disclosure Office (FDO) will process the request and make the releasability determination IAW NDP. 4.2.1.2. The AFSAC CCM will include a statement in the LOAD request relating the information received from the disclosure office. The request will also task the LOAD submitter to indicate whether or not any known releasability problems exist. 4.2.1.3. Exceptions to the NDP. The Air Staff may receive a tasking from DSCA to sponsor an exception to the NDP. If AFSAC case managers receive a request without Air Staff coordination, they will send the request directly to the Air Staff for action. 4.3. Use of Technical Order (TO) Library by Foreign Nationals. Foreign nationals are not authorized use of TO libraries. Requests for TO information can be met through “P” case requisitioning. TO requisitions are processed in the Security Assistance Tech Order Data System (SATODS). Procedures for requisitioning are outlined in TO 00-5-19, Security Assistance Technical Order Program Manual SATOP.

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Chapter 5 PREPARATION AND PROCESSING OF FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) CASES Section 5A—GENERAL FMS GUIDANCE 5.1. General Instructions. 5.1.1. All pricing for FMS sales that will result in a LOA will be accomplished in the Defense Security Assistance Management System (DSAMS). 5.1.2. Pricing for FMS requirements will be accomplished IAW DoD 7000.14-R, Department of Defense Financial Management Regulations (FMRs), Volume 15, Security Assistance Policy and Procedures, and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 9. 5.1.3. Commercial items, as defined by DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, usually are not sold through FMS. If not available in the country, these items may be requisitioned by using advice code “3B” in the MILSTRIP requisition. Items which are coded local-purchase or local manufacture by DoD and are not available in the country may be requisitioned using advice code “2A.” See DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.15 for a complete list of advice codes. 5.1.4. The AF does not buy materiel in anticipation of FMS except under a CLSSA, where stocks are prefunded by FMS customers or under the Special Defense Acquisition Fund (SDAF). 5.1.5. AF FMS requirements for items which are the responsibility of DLA or GSA are met by funding and passing actions to DLA or GSA activities. Valid NSN items which are used by AF, but are Army- or Navy-managed will be filled out of stock, if stocks are above the appropriate levels, or they will be funded and passed to the managing service SOS. 5.1.6. The MILSTRIP and Uniform Materiel Movement and Issue Priority System (UMMIPS) provisions apply to FMS requisitioning and issuing of materiel from all DoD distribution systems (reference Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction (CJCSI) 4120.02C, Assignment of Movement and Mobility Priority. 5.1.7. Under the provisions of the FMS offer/release procedure, the media and status codes for FMS transactions are codes that direct status to the supplementary address field, that is, “U,” “V,” or “X.” Refer to DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.04 for a list of media and status codes. The addresses which get status data are in DLM 4000.25, Defense Logistics Management System, Volume 6, Logistics Systems Interoperability Support Services, Chapter 3, Military Assistance Program Address Directory (MAPAD) System . The addresses match specific FF codes. The media and status codes, the option code, and the FF code are determined at the time the case is established, and are part of the International Program Directive (IPD). 5.1.8. Shipping instructions to the contractor for materiel bought specifically for FMS allow for direct shipment to the FMS customer according to the FMS case. ASI action must meet the criteria in AFI 23-101, Section 2C, Financial Management. To ensure proper identification and control of items coming from a contractor, the information in the supplementary address will be part of the instructions to the contractor.

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5.1.9. Delivery time of new production items (including new procurement for depot stock replenishment) or rehabilitation items should not exceed the time that would be needed to buy or rehabilitate the same items in the same quantities for the AF. 5.1.10. Materiel needing technical order compliance, including Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO), will not be issued unless the FMS customer has agreed to accept it before it is shipped. 5.1.11. A 100 percent inspection of all FMS reparable return receipts is required. Special attention must be given to dated items to meet the criteria in DoD 4140.27-M, Shelf-Life Item Management Manual. 5.1.12. Defined Order (D/O) cases will be shipped as materiel becomes available until 100 percent complete, if shipment is within the dollar limitations of the case. With the exception of unit pact adjustment, no item will be quantitatively increased or decreased. Unit packs will not be broken to meet FMS requirements. Such issues will not be considered overages and should not be reported as discrepancies. 5.1.13. DoD excess personal property sales will be done by the DLA Disposition Services or the foreign excess sales office, as appropriate. 5.1.14. Depending on the situation, the FMS requirements may be cancelled as follows: 5.1.14.1. When D035 results in a computer coded “C” status card and it has been determined that the item cannot be supplied due to obsolescence, or other reasons, the item may be cancelled without prior approval of the FMS customer. 5.1.14.2. When a buy is needed and there is a large price variance, or long-lead time is given (in excess of 30 months), the AFSAC case manager and FMS customer will be apprised of the situation. The FMS customer can then accept the conditions, or authorize cancellation of the order and buy the item elsewhere. 5.2. Follow-On Support Transactions Involving Less-Than-Economic-Order-Quantity (EOQ). 5.2.1. Sometimes requests are received for Rough Order of Magnitude (ROM) pricing data or for LOAD for items which cannot be supplied from stock and that cannot be immediately bought through a normal acquisition because they represent less than an EOQ. The response to such a request should give the following information to the FMS customer: 5.2.1.1. If the contractor will provide the quantity requested under separate acquisition and if so, when. 5.2.1.2. If a USG buy is planned for the near future, the expected price, and the expected delay in supplying the item if the requirement were held for such a buy. 5.2.2. This guidance does not apply to individual requisitions, but only to requests for ROM, LOAD, or an LOA. 5.3. Aircraft, Missiles, and Other System Sales. 5.3.1. All requests for large, complex equipment must have considerable study, adjustment and negotiation before acceptance, and they are processed according to Chapter 6 of this

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 manual. AFSAC must make sure that the development and refinement of all LOAD meet the FMS customer's request. 5.3.2. If sending the FMS customer complete initial spares/equipment packages before first aircraft delivery would result in production schedules that exceed capacity, the note, “Delivery of initial support equipment and spares will be phased to coincide with actual logistics requirements associated with the phased delivery of the aircraft,” should be in the LOAD and the LOA. Delivery schedules will be developed during the definitization and provisioning conferences. The recommendation to use a phased delivery schedule will be made by the PM who will notify the applicable IMS. Phasing will not apply to submission of requirements and initiating Purchase Requests (PR). Total requirements for spares/equipment developed during the definitization and provisioning conferences, along with delivery schedules set, will be included in the initial PR and be made a part of the contract requirements.

5.4. Channels for Submitting FMS Requests. 5.4.1. Requests for materiel and/or services are forwarded to one of three organizations: the Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force for International Affairs (SAF/IA); AFSAC; and the Air Force Security Assistance Training (AFSAT) Squadron. 5.4.1.1. Requirements for the following items and/or area are routed through SAF/IA: 5.4.1.1.1. Major systems including initial spare parts/equipment. 5.4.1.1.2. Special cases set by higher authority. 5.4.1.1.3. All AF classified items. 5.4.1.2. Requirements for the following items and/or area are routed through AFSAC: 5.4.1.2.1. Ground handling equipment. 5.4.1.2.2. Major items of equipment, such as motor vehicles, specific purpose vehicles, communications, engines, navigation, countermeasures reconnaissance, ground utilities, etc. (see AFMAN 16-101). 5.4.1.2.3. All armament, ammunition, and explosives. 5.4.1.2.4. Class V modifications. 5.4.1.2.5. Precious metals (Federal Supply Class [FSC] 9660). 5.4.1.2.6. Controlled medical substances. 5.4.1.2.7. Hazardous items (other than explosives). 5.4.1.2.8. Transportation cases. 5.4.1.2.9. Communications Security (COMSEC) cases. 5.4.1.2.10. Technical Data Packages (TDP). 5.4.1.2.11. Spare parts (aircraft, equipment, non-standard support, systems and subsystems of US origin). 5.4.1.2.12. Cartridge-Actuated Devices/Propellant Actuated Devices (CAD/PAD) items.

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5.4.1.2.13. Equipment. 5.4.1.2.14. AFMC services to include technical assistance, Contractor Engineering Technical Services (CETS), Weapons System Logistics Officer (WSLO), Technical Coordination Group (TCG), Foreign Liaison Officer (FLO) support, and International Engine Management Program (IEMP). 5.4.1.2.15. Precision measurement equipment repair and calibration. 5.4.1.2.16. CLSSA. 5.4.1.2.17. Depot maintenance services. 5.4.1.2.18. Class IV modification kits. 5.4.1.2.19. System sales under AFMC cognizance. 5.4.1.3. Requirements for the following items and/or area are routed through AFSAT: 5.4.1.3.1. Professional Military Education (PME), including correspondence courses. 5.4.1.3.2. Defense Language Institute English Language Center training courses and materiel. 5.4.1.3.3. Aeronautical charts and maps. 5.4.2. DoD excess property will be bought from the DLA Disposition Services, Federal Center, Battle Creek, Michigan 49017-3092. An exception to this guidance is the sale of excess aircraft. Such sales are covered in AFMAN 16-101, Chapter 7, under sales of AF inventory aircraft. 5.5. Sole Source Acquisition. 5.5.1. The AF normally uses competitive acquisition for spares, spare parts, equipment, services, and follow-on support when competitive sources are available. However, FMS customers may request sole source acquisition from a specific contractor for defense articles and/or services. The request must be in writing, with adequate justification, and follow procedures in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 6. Also see AFMAN 16-101, Chapter 4, Sole Source Requests. 5.5.1.1. Purpose. Sole source acquisition is used to meet requirements requested by the FMS customer. Procedures necessary to meet the requirements will vary based upon the objective for the sole source acquisition. Situations where sole source procurement may be justifiable could include, but are not limited to, the following as cited in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M: 5.5.2. Limitations and Restrictions: 5.5.2.1. The number or frequency of sole source requests should be kept to the absolute minimum. 5.5.2.2. USG personnel may not solicit sole source requests from potential customers. Once the purchaser decides to submit a sole source request, USG representatives must remain objective in providing options to the purchaser and cannot recommend one contractor over another.

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 5.5.2.3. Sole source acquisition is not authorized unless stated in the signed LOA. Requirements for sole source acquisition, determined after the LOA has been signed, require notification to the country manager. The country manager will then submit an LOA amendment with the sole source acquisition authorization. The note in the LOA authorizing sole source acquisition must clearly state the conditions and purpose.

Section 5B—PROCESSING FMS REQUESTS 5.6. Letter of Request (LOR). The submission of an LOR by a foreign country is the first step in the lifecycle of an FMS case. For additional information concerning the submission of an LOR, reference AFI 16-105 (IP), Joint Security Cooperation Education and Training; AFMAN 16-101; DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 5, Table C5.T6; and DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15. 5.6.1. Once LORs are received, they will be entered into DSAMS by completing the DSAMS Customer Request Screen. 5.6.1.1. Classified requests and/or requests for classified/CUI materiel will be processed IAW DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapters 3 through 5 and AFI 16-201, Air Force Foreign Disclosure and Technology Program. 5.6.2. The receiving organization (i.e., AFSAC or FMS pricer) will review the LOR to determine the appropriate approval channels and for completeness. All incomplete requests will be returned to the requestor through the channels used to receive the LOR. 5.6.2.1. The Implementing Agency (IA) receives a LOR and validates it as discussed in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. 5.6.2.2. The IA will ensure that an eligible purchaser sent the request through proper FMS channels ( reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 5, paragraph C5.1.3.5.). 5.6.2.3. If the request is valid, it is reviewed for releasability and categorized as either a request for P&A or a request for an LOA. (The customer should specify in the request whether they are seeking an LOA or P&A.) 5.6.3. Requests for Significant Military Equipment (SME) or Major Defense Equipment (MDE) must be coordinated with the appropriate US embassy. For non-MDE requests, the LOR is forwarded directly to the IA with an information copy to the Unified Command (UCOM), the Bureau of Political Military Affairs (BPMA), the DoS, the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and DSCA. For exceptions to the standard distribution, refer to DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. 5.7. Establishing the Request. The case-managing organization will use the DSAMS Initialize Case Screen to establish a new case. 5.7.1. References for case initialization. Personnel initializing the case will have to refer to their internal guidance on initializing cases. 5.7.2. Once the request/case information is entered into DSAMS, the IA will task the applicable SOS(s) to provide pricing data to complete the ROM pricing data response. 5.7.3. All taskings for LOAD and/or P&A will be accomplished through the use of the DSAMS workflow task.

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5.7.4. Pricing for ROM data requests conducted by AFSAC will be tasked in DSAMS. 5.7.5. Workflow tasks can be forwarded to another office or user requesting that they act on a case, line, or other requirement. DSAMS is used to keep track of workflow tasks. 5.8. Requests for Pricing and Availability (also referred to as ROM Data). 5.8.1. ROM data should be used by FMS customers only for preliminary review and planning for the possible purchase of a defense article or service. ROM data are not valid for use in programming budget requests or for preparation of an LOA. 5.8.2. Special conditions (e.g., price increases, delivery delays, equipment in poor condition) that may cause the estimates to go past acceptable bounds should be provided to the FMS customer, unless this would result in disclosure of classified information, US force planning information, or data which otherwise are sensitive to US interests. 5.8.3. Only specific data provided by the AF will be used. Unless more specific country data are provided, ROM data are developed based on available information, using standard AF configurations and program data. Standard factors may be applied to basic system estimates to get support data (such as percentage of materiel estimate for initial spares). Contractor price/delivery estimates are not necessary for ROM studies. 5.8.4. AFSAC gets requests for pricing data either directly from the customer or from the Air Staff. All systems sales pricing data requests coming to AFSAC must come from the Air Staff. Any pricing data requests sent out of channels will be sent to the AFSAC before any other action is taken. 5.8.5. If a follow-on support request is received by AFSAC, and it is a request for SME (DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 5), it will be returned to the Air Staff for coordination with the DSCA before further processing. 5.8.6. For stock-numbered, D/O requirements use SAMIS QAID 283 report to obtain ROM data. If any of the items are DLA- or GSA-managed, report the standard price adjusted for inflation and standard Customer Wait Time (CWT) in the ROM pricing data report (nine months for DLA, 6 months for GSA). 5.8.7. For a system sale, request a one-year price parts package along with the ROM request. The request will include the: 5.8.7.1. Number of aircraft/equipment items to be supported at each deployment site. 5.8.7.2. Number of maintenance locations. 5.8.7.3. Level of maintenance capability at each site (replace/repair/throw away). 5.8.7.4. Utilization of programming data, to include limitations on down time. 5.8.8. Include a requirement in request to the SOS, if pricing and CWT data for spare parts are needed. 5.8.9. Review completed ROM data and include the following note: “The provisions of the foregoing ROM data do not constitute an agreement between the USG and the Government of ___________ nor a USG commitment to provide the articles or services for which these estimates are provided.”

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 5.8.10. Send ROM data to the FMS customer or Air Staff. Add additional costs that would normally be included in an LOA, such as Packing Crating, Handling and Transportation (PCH&T), government provided engineering services, insurance (if asked for by the FMS customer), credit charges, and administrative surcharges. 5.8.11. Give the FMS customer the checklist of planning information, when appropriate, to make sure there is complete information, as in the case of a major weapon system. 5.8.12. The responsible SOS for ROM data will accomplish the following upon notification. 5.8.12.1. Get ROM data requests via DSAMS tasking. 5.8.12.2. Complete a preliminary review. Non-prime items on the ROM data will be sent to the correct SOS for action. 5.8.12.3. Tell the AFSAC if the original assigned suspense date cannot be met, with the reason for the delay, and give a new suspense date that can be met. 5.8.12.4. Get the ROM data from the PM/IMS and verify that the estimate is correct. 5.8.12.5. Do a quality review for completeness and accuracy. 5.8.12.6. Forward completed ROM estimate to AFSAC for review and forwarding to SAF/IA. 5.8.13. The IMS will accomplish the following upon notification. 5.8.13.1. Get ROM request from the SOS. 5.8.13.2. Determine if the suspense date can be met, and if not, tell the SOS to advise AFSAC of the pending missed suspense. 5.8.13.3. If a NSN is not available, provide ROM data for the substitute/replacement item. 5.8.13.4. Ask for clarification from the FMS customer through the SOS identification or classification is not clear.

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5.8.13.5. Based on consultations with program managers, include all data requirements such as technical orders, provisioning documentation, engineering prescreening, design change notice, Engineering Change Proposals (ECP), etc., in the project costs. 5.8.13.6. Identify DLA/GSA/US Army/US Navy managed items and further advise requesting office. No further action will be taken unless otherwise instructed by the requesting office. 5.8.13.7. Make sure ROM data are accurate and of high quality, and return the completed P&A backup data to the SOS by the suspense date. 5.9. Determining Pricing for LOAD. The AECA of 1976, as amended, requires the USG to determine and recover all costs relating to FMS except where authority exists for cost reduction or waiver. 5.9.1. Sections 21 and 22 of the AECA state that FMS agreements must generally recover costs (base price + additives) as follows:

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5.9.1.1. In the case of a defense article not intended to be replaced at the time the agreement (LOA) is entered into – not less than the actual value thereof. 5.9.1.2. In the case of a defense article intended to be replaced – the estimated cost of the replacement of such article, including the contract or production costs less any depreciation in the value of such article. 5.9.1.3. In the case of new procurement – the full amount of such contract (which will insure the USG against any loss on the contract), plus appropriate charges for: 5.9.1.3.1. Administrative services calculated on an average percentage basis. 5.9.1.3.2. A proportionate amount of any Nonrecurring Costs (NC) of research, development, and production of MDE (not applicable to cases wholly financed with MAP grant and/or non-repayable FMS credit funds or to any case for which NC waiver has been granted). 5.9.1.3.3. Ordinary operating costs associated with the sale from stock or procurement of defense articles or services. 5.9.2. The following references provide additional information concerning the Pricing Activity (PA) defining the requirements and developing the structure for pricing: DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15; DoD Directive (DoDD) 2140.02, Recoupment of Nonrecurring Costs (NCs) on Sales of U.S. Items; DoD 4160.21-M, Defense Materiel Disposition Manual. 5.9.3. Basic methodology involves the determination of a base price (stock or procurement) plus additional authorized charges (“additives,” consisting of operating costs and investment costs). 5.9.4. To determine a base price, the pricer must determine whether the requirement will be fulfilled from stock, or whether it must be procured. 5.9.4.1. Stock sales may consist of materiel (consisting of major and principal items from inventory, or excess materiel) or services. 5.9.4.1.1. Materiel sales may consist of major and principal items from inventory, or excess materiel. 5.9.4.1.1.1. Materiel - major. The FMS base price established for a major system or item (e.g., ship, aircraft, tank, etc.) or an individual part (e.g., component of a major item, such as an aircraft engine) depends on whether the item is to be replaced or not. 5.9.4.1.1.1.1. Computation for item not to be replaced. The unit cost is the most recent procurement cost of the series/model being sold plus the cost of any modification or improvement incorporated after production. A reduction may be made for actual differences due to the major or principal item’s age or condition; however, the price is never to be lower than the scrap value. If applicable, the prorated cost of any major overhaul or outfitting accomplished prior to the sale must also be added. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2. Computation for item to be replaced depends on whether an inkind or improved-item replacement will take place (for this methodology to be used, the item must be included in the president’s budget).

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.1. In-kind item replacement cost computation. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.1.1. Determine the normal expected peacetime useful life. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.1.2. Determine life remaining. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.1.3. Develop a percentage relationship between them. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.1.4. Apply that percentage to the replacement cost (actual if available; otherwise, it must be estimated). The result is the unit cost. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.1.5. For example, assume the item has a total life of 10 years with a projected remaining life of eight years. Consider further its replacement cost of $50,000.00. When this amount is multiplied by the remaining life factor of 80 percent (8 year remaining life/10 year total life), the results are 80 percent X $50,000.00 = $40,000.00 unit cost. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.2. Improved-item replacement cost computation. The same computational procedure applies as with in-kind item replacement; however, the replacement cost of an “improved item” will most likely be different (higher) than the replacement cost of an item “in kind” (assuming the same model and series). 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.2.1. If the FMS request to be priced is deemed a major weapon system or components, the request is subsequently forwarded via the contracting officer to a contractor. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.2.2. If the system or components are managed organically, then the pricing would be done internally. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.2.3. In certain cases, the FMS pricer at a SOS may work in conjunction with SAF to price items. For example, in cases involving inventory aircraft, missiles, and helicopters, SAF computes pricing and provides it to the country director who would, in turn, pass it along to the SAPM for inclusion in the LOA IAW AFMAN 16-101, paragraph 4.5.7. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.2.4. Upon identifying the tasking as a request for individual parts, the PA initiates a request (via E-mail, phone, fax, or in person) to the IM for the part price. 5.9.4.1.1.1.2.2.5. If the item is in stock, or if recent FMS pricing data exists, the IM references these to apply similar pricing to that part (for an AF stocked item, costs from the AF IM need to be obtained). For “repair and return” items, the IM references the D043 (Master Item Identification Control System), a contractor, or other service to determine the repair cost. A repair/replace scenario is usually easier and takes less time since existing off-the-shelf inventory is used to fulfill the item request. If there are no FMS pricing data for the specified item, the request is forwarded through a contracting officer to a contractor for pricing.

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5.9.4.1.1.2. Excess materiel. 5.9.4.1.1.2.1. EDAs are items that are excess to the Approved Force Acquisition and Approved Force Retention Stock requirements of all DoD components, and are sold on a first-come-first-served basis. 5.9.4.1.1.2.2. The IM typically makes the recommendation of “excess” (to both AF and DoD requirements). EDA are sold in an as-is-where-is condition and any costs associated with repairing or modifying such materiel are considered additive. 5.9.4.1.1.2.3. The cost of excess items is the highest of market value as hardware, scrap value, or fair value based on DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15, Chapter 7, Table 7-2 5.9.4.1.1.2.4. The standard cost equation in its simplest form, is the original item price less a markdown, plus development costs. 5.9.4.1.1.2.5. The procedure for the determination of “excess” varies and it is important to keep these “excess” avenues separate (inventory assets available for sale but not formally declared excess, excess defense articles, presidential drawdowns, etc.). Within the AFSAC International Programs, AFLCMC/WFN (Policy)for example, the SOS FMS EDA focal point sends out an E-mail with an EDA spares offer for a particular weapon system. The E-mail should list the items requested NSN, nomenclature, quantity, federal acquisition code, acquisition value of the asset, and SOS. A notification is then sent to the country having the weapon system for which the spare parts are being offered. In turn, the country forwards the excess listing and the specific conditions/instructions for obtaining the assets. 5.9.4.1.1.2.6. AFLCMC/WFN will inform the appropriate Country Desk Officer at SAF/IA, the EDA POC at SAF/IA, AFSAC CCMs, and FLOs. Countries have 90 days to respond if they want any of the assets before the SOS sends them to disposal. If the country responds, AFLCMC/WFN prepares a “Request for Congressional Notification” letter to the appropriate SAF/IA Country Desk Officer and informs the AFSAC CCM, SAF/IA EDA POC, and country in question. They will also request notifications of any congressional approval/disapproval. Once congressional approval is received, the AFSAC CCM takes over and prepares the appropriate LOA, modification, cases/lines, etc. 5.9.4.1.2. Services (personnel). Personnel support costs pay for program management, technical services, training, etc. These services must be priced to recover all costs to the government. These services shall be priced to recover all costs to the government IAW DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15, Chapter 7. The base price for these costs includes the following: 5.9.4.2. Procurement. Defense articles procured for direct delivery are priced to recover full contract cost plus applicable surcharges.

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 5.9.4.2.1. Costs may need to be revised from time to time due to increases in labor, materiel or other variables. The cost principles utilized, in general, are the same as those used in pricing defense contracts covering items for DoD use. However, recognition is given to other reasonable and allowable contractor costs and risks to the extent permitted by the procurement regulations. DFARS 225.7303-2, Foreign Acquisition – Cost of Doing Business with a Foreign Government or International Organization provides the allowable costs and cost limits that may be passed on FMS procurements. The cost of deviations from USG configurations and special technical data desired by a foreign government is included as an added charge to the foreign government. 5.9.4.2.2. The new procurement price may also include recovery of nonrecurring research and development and nonrecurring production costs on cash cases as specified in DoDD 2140.02. If the sale is for items diverted from AF delivery schedules and replaced by later production, the price is the current production cost or replacement production cost, whichever is higher. 5.9.4.2.3. The LOA total cost for a line item from new procurement may be composed of the contract cost plus applicable charges for nonrecurring production and Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E), Government-Furnished Materiel (GFM), contract administration, and other special considerations such as the cost of administering an offset program (see DSCA Manual 5105.38-M for discussion of offset costs). 5.9.4.2.4. After determining the base price for an FMS item and/or service, the pricer then completes the line estimate in DSAMS. Any change to the line pricing or line notes must be coordinated through and/or accomplished by the pricer or pricer’s organization to ensure continuity of line execution. In order to complete this step of the pricing process, the user should be familiar with both the structures of the DSAMS “Case Line Price Estimation Screen” and the fields involved. Specifically, the user should have a working knowledge of the Military Articles and Services List (MASL), Primary Category Codes (PCC), Indirect Pricing Components (IPC), and IPC cost basis. 5.9.4.2.4.1. The following references provide additional information concerning the PA defining the requirements and developing the structure for pricing: DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15; DoDD 2140.02; and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Major Defense Equipment List (MDEL). 5.9.4.2.4.2. The PA develops and loads pricing data and supporting information into DSAMS. DSAMS allows the user to price a line or subline for a case, model case, price and availability, or profile. 5.9.4.2.4.3. Pricing must be done at the line level, if there are sub-lines. Pricing is accomplished via the Price Estimation Screen in DSAMS (reference Table 5.1. below). 5.9.4.2.4.4. DSAMS assists the user in identifying all components involved in the pricing of an item. These components are contained within the Case Line Price Estimation Screen, which is defined by three main tabs; Primary Categories, IPCs,

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and IPC cost Basis. 5.9.4.2.4.5. Primary categories are created in DSAMS to assist the user in determining the correct IPCs to apply to a requirement. A primary category defines the type of support that should be provided; contractor services, shipment from excess stock, shipments from procurement, etc. Table 5.1. DSAMS Line Price Estimation Screen – Primary Categories Tab (Completion Checklist) Data Element Quantity

Required Action Remarks X Enter the basic requirement Quantity (if . applicable).

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Base Quantity

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Remaining Program Value Budget Value Supplemental Line Note Civilian Personnel Reverse Calculation Component Price Element Component Fund

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5.9.4.2.4.5.1. When pricing a requirement, the user can identify one or more PCCs that apply to the line or sub-line. For a complete list of PCCs, along with definitions, call up DSAMS Reference Report RP030, Primary Category Code. 5.9.4.2.4.6. Once the PCCs are selected, a list of potential IPCs will appear (in the IPC Tab) that would normally be associated with those PCCs. In addition, DSAMS Reference Report RP030 provides a cross reference of possible PCCs to IPCs. Table 5.2. PCC/IPC Crosswalk RP30 PCC Primary category Description 01

02

03

07

Civilian Personnel Services

Mil Pers Srvcs – Officers

Item Sourc e

Price Fund Ele Code m

OT

CP

OT

Mil Pers OT Srvcs-Enlisted

Temporary Duty (TDY)

OT

MP

MP

OS

IPC Nbr

4EOM A011 0 A042 0 A043 0 A301 0 B0210 4EMP A011 0 A047 0 A301 0 B0210 4EMP A011 0 A046 0 A301 0 B0210 4EOM A011 0 A301 0

IPC Description

Inflation

Pric Fund e Code Ele m CP 4EOM

Civilian Fringe Benefit Cost Civilian Retirement Cost Logistics Support Charge (LSC) Administrative Inflation

CP

4EOM

CP

4EOM

LS

4ELS

TF MP

4EBT 4EMP

Other Benefits – Officer LSC

MP

4EMP

LS

4ELSI

Administrative Inflation

TF MI D MP

4EBT 4EMP

LS

4EMP

Administrative Inflation

TS OS

4EBT 4EOM

LSC

LS

4ELS

Other Benefits Enlisted LSC

4EMP

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16

19

20

Test for primary category cost Depot Rpr – Cust Owned Mat

A1

CX

B0210 4EOM A011 0 A301 0 B0210 TF

OT

OS

4E6E

Test Facilities & Lab Programs

OT

Permanent Change in Station (PCS)

Formal Training Courses

OT

OT

OS

OS

TR

23

Military Exercise

OT

OS

31

Military Construction

OT

OS

40

39

Stk Fund Itm Fm Inv – CLSSA

OT

SR

4E29

4E30

A301 0 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A011 0 A301 0 B0210 A091 0

A301 0 B0210 A301 4EOM 0 B0210 4EB8 A011 9 0 A301 0 B0210 4E6H A101 0 A1 020

Administrative Inflation

TF OS

4EBT 4EOM

LSC

LS

4ELS

Administrative

TF

4EBT

LSC

LS

4ELS

PCH&T Administrative Transportation Assets Use Storage Staging Inflation

TF TF TF AU TF TF OS

EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4E29

LSC

LS

4ELS

Administrative Formal Training – Medical Fee LSC

TF OS

4EBT 4E6B

LS

4ELS

Administrative LSC

TF LS

4EBT 4ELS

Administrative Inflation

TF OS

4EBT 4EBT

LSC

LS

4ELS

Administrative CLSSA Stock Fund Surcharge CLSSA Normal Operating Inventory Loss Storage Cost

TF SR

4EBT 4E6H

SR

4E6H

OS

4EOM

TF TF

4EBT 4EBT

A21 10 B0110 PCH&T B0210 Administrative

40

41

42

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OT

Stk Fnd Itm OT Fm Inv – GFE

Proc-Fnd Itm Fm Inv CLSSA

Proc-Fnd Itm

OT

OT

SR

SR

SR

SR

4E6H

4E6H

4E11

4E11

B0310 Supply Support Arrangement Cost B0410 Transportation B0510 Asset Use B0610 Storage B0710 Staging A111 Non-CLSSA Stock 0 Fund Surcharge A211 Storage Cost 0 B0110 PCH&T B0210 Administrative B0410 Transportation B0510 Asset Use B0610 Storage B0710 Staging A111 Non-CLSSA Stock 0 Fund Surcharge A152 GFE 0 Transportation Surcharge A153 GFE PCH&T 0 Surcharge B0110 PCH&T B0210 Administrative B0410 Transportation B0510 Asset Use B0610 Storage B0710 Staging A102 CLSSA Normal 0 Operating Inventory Loss A211 Storage Cost 0 A301 LSC 0 B0110 PCH&T B0210 Administrative B0310 Supply Support Arrangement Cost B0410 Transportation B0510 Asset Use B0610 Storage B0710 Staging A0610 Non Recurring

TF

4EBT

TF AU TF TF SR

4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4E6H

OS

4EOM

TF TF TF AU TF TF SR

4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4E6H

OS

4EOM

OS

4EOM

TF TF TF AU TF TF SR

4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4E11

OS

4EOM

LS

4ELS

TF TF TF

4EBT 4EBT 4EBT

TF AU TF TF RD

4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ERE

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Fm Inv Unprog A0620 A1210 A2110 A3010

45

Proc-Fnd Itm Fm Inv - GFE

OT

SR

4E11

B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0610

A0620 A1210

A1520 A1530 A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 46

Reparable (Unsrvc) Items

OT

SR

4E11

A0220 A0610

A0620 A1130

Cost Recoupment Charge Special Non Recurring Cost Non-CLSSA Replacement Factor Storage Cost Logistics Supp Charge (LSC) PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Nonrecurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost Non-CLSSA Replacement Factor GFE Transportation Surcharge GFE PCH&T Surcharge LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Overhaul Costs Within 24 Months Nonrecurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost Principal Stock Item Reduction for

RS

4ECR

SR

4E11

OS

4EOM

LS

4ELS

TF TF TF AU TF OS RD

4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ERE

RS

4ECR

SR

4E11

OS

4EOM

OS

4EOM

LS TF TF TF AU TF TF

4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT

SIR

4E6E

RD

4ERE

RS

4ECR

SR

4E11

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Prin Itm - Not To Be Replaced

WR

SF

4E11

A2110 A301 0 B0110 B021 0 B041 0 B051 0 B061 0 B071 0 A0220 A0610

A0620 A1130

51

Prin Itm Rplcd W/ Imprvd Itm

Al

SR

4E11

A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0610

A0620 A1120

A1130

Age or Condition Non-CLSSA Replacement Factor Storage Cost

SR

4E11

OS

4EOM

LSC

LS

4ELS

PCH&T

TF

4EBT

Administrative

TF

4EBT

Transportation

TF

4EBT

Asset Use

AU

4EBT

Storage

TF

4EBT

Staging

TF

4EBT

Overhaul Costs Within 24 Months Nonrecurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost Principal Stock Item Reduction for Age or Condition LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Nonrecurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost Principal Stock Item Force Rearrangement Factor Principal Stock

SF

4E11

RD

4ERE

RS

4ECR

SF

4E11

LS TF TF TF AU TF TF RD

4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ERE

RS

4ECR

OS

4E11

OS

4E11

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Prin Itm Rplcd In Kind

SI

SR

43

4E11

A2110 A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0610

A0620 A1130

68

SDAF - Fm DoD Inventory

OT

SA

4E1 I

A2110 A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0610

A0620 A1120

A1130

A1820

A1830 A2110 A3010

Item Reduction for Age or Condition Storage Cost LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Nonrecurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost Principal Stock Item Reduction for Age or Condition Storage Cost LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Nonrecurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost Principal Stock Item Force Rearrangement Factor Principal Stock Item Reduction for Age or Condition Stabilization Price Adjustment SDAF Special SDAF Surcharge Storage Cost LSC

OS LS TF TF TF AU TF TF RD

4EOM 4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ERE

RS

4ECR

SR

4E11

OS LS TF TF TF AU TF TF RD

4EOM 4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ERE

RS

4ECR

OS

4E1 I

OS

4E1 I

SA

4ECR

SA

4ECR

OS LS

4EOM 4ELS

44

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OT

SD

4ECR

B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0610

A0620 A1820

A1830 A2110 A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 74

Excess Articles

El

SF

4E1 I

A0210 A0220 A0610

A0620

81

IMs Fm New Procurement

PR

CC

4F

A2110 A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0110 A0310 A0510

PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Non Recurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost Stabilization Price Adjustment SDAF Special SDAF Surcharge Storage Cost LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Excess Materiel Price Reduction Overhaul Costs Within 24 Months Nonrecurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Non Recurring Cost Storage Cost LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Inflation Agent Fees/Commission CAS - Quality

TF TF TF AU TF TF RD

4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ERE

RS

4ECR

CX

4ECR

SD

4ECR

OS LS TF TF TF AU TF TF

4ECR 4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT

SF

4E1 I

SF

4E1 I

RD

4ERE

RS

4ECR

OS LS TF TF TF AU TF TF CC

4EOM 4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4F

CC

4F

CX

4ECA

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A0520

A0530 A0610

A0620 A1610

A1630

82

Replace Procurement/ Diversions

PR

CX

4F

A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0110 A0310 A0510

A0520

A0530 A0610

A0620 A1610

Assurance Fn-d Inspection CAS - Other Contract Administration CAS - Contract Audit Service Nonrecurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost Recurring Support Costs - General Engineering Services Recurring Support Costs Government Production Testing LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Inflation Agent Fees/Commission CAS - Quality Assurance and Inspection CAS - Other Contract Administration CAS - Contract Audit Service Non Recurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost Recurring Support Costs - General

CX

4ECA

CX

4ECA

RD

4ERE

RS

4ECR

FS

4EOM

FS

4EOM

LS TF TF TF AU TF TF CC

4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4F

CC

4F

CX

4ECA

CS

4ECA

CX

4ECA

RD

4ERE

RS

4ECR

EG

4EOM

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83

GFE/GFM Fm Procurement

PR

CC

4F

A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0110 A0310 A0510

A0520

A0530 A0610

A0620 A1520 A1610

A1630

A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510

Engineering Services Recurring Support Costs Government Production Testing LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Inflation Agent Fees/Commission CAS - Quality Assurance and Inspection CAS - Other Contract Administration CAS - Contract Audit Service Non Recurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost GFE Transportation Surcharge Recurring Support Costs - General Engineering Services Recurring Support Costs Government Production Testing LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use

FS

4EOM

LS TF TF TF AU TF TF CC

4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4F

CC

4F

CX

4ECA

CX

4ECA

CX

4ECA

RD

4ERE

RS

4ECR

OS

4EOM

EG

4EOM

FS

4EOM

LS AU TF TF AU

4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT

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Contract Technical Services

PR

CC

47

4F

B0610 B0710 A0110 A0310 A0510

A0520

A0530 A1610

A1630

90

91

Blanket Order - Stock

Blanket Order - Procurement

OT

PR

SR

CC

4E1 I

B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0610

4E11

A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0610 B0710 A0510

A0520

A0530 A0610

Storage Staging Inflation Agent Fees/Commission CAS Quality Assurance and Inspection CAS - Other Contract Administration CAS - Contract Audit Service Recurring Support Costs - General Engineering Services Recurring Support Costs Government Production Testing PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Nonrecurring Cost Recoupment Charge LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Storage Staging CAS - Quality Assurance and Inspection CAS - Other Contract Administration CAS - Contract Audit Service Non Recurring

TF TF CC

4EBT 4EBT 4F

CC

4F

CX

4ECA

CX

4ECA

CX

4ECA

EG

4EOM

FS

4EOM

TF TF TF AU TF TF SR

4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4E11

LS TF TF TF TF TF CS

4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ECA

CS

4ECA

CS

4ECA

CC

4E11

48

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OT

CC

4E1 I

A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0510

A0520

A0530 A0610

94

Other OT Miscellaneous

CC

4E11

95

Other - Def Quan Reverse Calc

CC

4F

OT

A2110 A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A0110 A0310 A0510

A0520

A0530

Cost Recoupment Charge LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging CAS - Quality Assurance and Inspection CAS - Other Contract Administration CAS - Contract Audit Service Nonrecurring Cost Recoupment Charge Storage Cost LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging Inflation Agent Fees/Commission CAS - Quality Assurance and Inspection CAS - Other Contract Administration CAS - Contract

LS TF TF TF AU TF TF CS

4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ECA

CS

4ECA

CS

4ECA

CC

4E11

OS LS TF TF TF AU TF TF LS TF TF TF AU TF TF CC

4EOM 4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4F

CC

4F

CX

4ECA

ZX

4ECA

CX

4ECA

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A0610

A0620

98

MGR/LOA Transfer

OT

CC

4F

99

Other - Initial Population

OT

CC

4F

A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0610 A3010 B0110 B0210 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710 A3010 B0110 B0210 B0310 B0410 B0510 B0610 B0710

Audit Service Non Recurring Cost Recoupment Charge Special Nonrecurring Cost LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Storage LSC PCH&T Administrative Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging LSC PCH&T Administrative Supply Support Arrangement Cost Transportation Asset Use Storage Staging

RD

4ERE

RS

4ECR

LS TF TF TF TF LS TF TF TF AU TF TF LS TF TF

TF 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ELS 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4ELS 4EBT 4EBT

TF

4EBT

TF AU TF TF

4EBT 4EBT 4EBT 4EBT

5.9.4.2.4.7. The user reviews the IPCs to ensure that none are missing. If any IPCs are missing from the list, the user should select the IPC to add. 5.9.4.2.4.8. Once all IPCs are added, the user should select each IPC and identify the IPC status (if the default status is incorrect), and supply the IPC Price Element and IPC fund codes. 5.9.5. Additive Price Determination. The FMS price is a combination of the base price (from PCCs) and additional authorized charges or “additives” (from IPCs) that apply to satisfying the requirement. An IPC charge that applies to a specific line on a FMS case is referred to as a net case value charge. DSAMS Reference Report RP029, IPC category codes, provides a break-out of the net case value and the Packing, Crating, Handling, & Transportation (PCH&T), administrative charge and other costs that are displayed on lines 9 through 12 of the LOA. These additional charges are also categorized as being either operating costs or investment costs. General category definitions are provided below. 5.9.5.1. Operating Costs. 5.9.5.1.1. Contract Administration Services (CAS) are costs incurred by contract administration offices in accomplishing the functions required before and after a

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 procurement contract is awarded. Examples include: review contractor’s compensation structure; consent to the placement of subcontracts; perform pre-award surveys; perform procurement quality assurance; review and approve, or disapprove, contractors’ requests for payments under the progress payments clause; etc. 5.9.5.1.1.1. The DoD Comptroller (USD[C]) determines the applicable contract administration surcharge by dividing the cost of doing contract administration for FMS by the anticipated disbursements to contractors, which will be reported to DFAS-IN/JAXDB. The CAS surcharge is currently 1.5 percent, based on the following breakdown: 5.9.5.1.1.1.1. Quality Assurance and Inspection 0.5 percent 5.9.5.1.1.1.2. Other Contract Administrative Services 0.5 percent 5.9.5.1.1.1.3. Contract Audit 0.5 percent 5.9.5.1.1.2. The CAS surcharge is added to the LOA blocks (4)(a) and (4)(b) unit and extended costs for all articles and services from procurement. For pricing the LOA, the surcharge is calculated against the estimated contract cost; at billing, the surcharge will be applied to the actual contract cost. The contract administration surcharge is subject to waiver in whole or in part under AECA, Section 21(h) for North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) countries and NATO Infrastructure Programs. 5.9.5.1.2. Accessorial costs (PCH&T as found below) represent expenses incident to issues, sales, and transfers of materiel that are not included in the standard price or contract cost of materiel. 5.9.5.1.2.1. PCH&T costs are those costs at DoD facilities for labor, materiel, and services to take articles from storage, prepare them for shipment, and process the documentation. PCH&T charges are no longer applicable to items released from DoD stocks that are funded through a WCF. Further, PCH&T costs do not apply to sales from procurement unless the item is processed through a DoD depot/distribution center. PCH&T charges will only be incorporated where applicable (i.e., a C-130 would not normally have associated PCH&T charges) and if costs are known, the actual costs should be used. Standard PCH&T rates are 3.5 percent of the selling price for materiel with a unit price of $50,000 or less; plus 1.0 percent of the unit selling price over $50,000. (Column (4)(a) of the LOA will most likely have a unit cost reflected if this rule applies to the estimated price.) 5.9.5.1.2.2. Transportation costs are the costs of DoD-provided or –financed transportation (land, air, inland and coastal waterways) in the US (for non-stock funded items) and outside the US and Overseas (OS) transportation by vessel or air (including parcel post via surface or air). 5.9.5.1.2.2.1. These costs are not applicable to FMS customers who use commercial modes of transportation since this transportation is performed on Collect Commercial Bills of Lading (CCBL). However, all countries are authorized delivery within DTS by the most economical means. Accordingly,

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LOAs which require use of the DTS (except for dedicated or premium transportation identified within the “Items to be Supplied” section of the LOA) will use look-up table rates for those items included in the table; otherwise, percentage surcharge rates may be applicable. The Transportation Cost Look-Up Table, published by DSCA, is based on rates determined by the services. Only items on the Look-Up Table qualify for the billing of estimated actual rates unless approval is received from DSCA with OSD(C) concurrence. The transportation costs are shown on line (11) of the LOA. 5.9.5.1.2.2.2. With respect to procurements, the pricer needs to ensure that transportation costs are not being charged twice. Transportation costs will be assigned/computed via the DTC assigned to the FMS line. If contracts are written as Free On Board (FOB) destination, the line notes must detail the contractor transportation arrangements. 5.9.5.1.2.2.3. When a Commercial Bill Of Lading (CBL) is used, it is annotated to show that normal commercial rates will be billed to the USG on behalf of the FMS purchaser. 5.9.5.1.2.2.4. Transportation rates are assessed when the DTS is used for FMS materiel, when items are shipped on a CBL, and when packages are shipped prepaid through the US Postal Service (parcel post) (excluding WCF materiel). OSD(C) directs the computation and reporting of transportation costs based on the Delivery Term Code (DTC) included in the FMS case IPD; reference DTR 4500.9-R, Part II, Appendix E and DLM 4000.25, Volume 6, , Appendix 1.05. for a complete list of DTCs. If the items are shipped under conditions other than those of the DTC in the IPD, the charges will be based on the DTC that applies to the actual shipment. The SOS finance and accounting office will compute the transportation costs by applying the percentages presented in Table 5.3. example to the standard price of the items shipped (reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 5, Figure C5.F4.

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Table 5.3. Delivery Term Code Matrix Example

Rate Area 1

2

Delivery Term Code (DTC) (Notes 3 and 4) Point of Origin to Destination Europe, Central America (Note 1), & Mediterran ean Newfoundl and, Labrador, Thule, Iceland, South America (Note 2), Far East, Africa, & Near East

DTC 2 CONUS to CONUS

DTC 4

DTC 5 CONUS Port of Exit/FF

DTC 7 OCONUS In-land Destination

DTC 8 CONUS Port Aboard Vessel

DTC 9 OCONUS Port Discharged

TBC A, B

TBC D,K, L

TBC A,B

TBC G,Y

TBC H,U

TBC C,V

3.75% 0

0 0

3.75% 0

14.25% 10.50%

6.25% 2.50%

3.75% 0

0 0

3.75% 0

22.25% 18.50%

6.25% 2.50%

11.25% 7.50%

19.25% 14.50%

Note 1: “Central America” includes east and west coasts of Central America, all Caribbean Islands, ocean ports of Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, and Colombia. Note 2: “South America” includes all ports on the east and west coasts of South America, Pacific Island possessions of South American countries, and ocean ports south of French Guiana to Cape Horn. Note 3: Some of the costs of transportation are included in WCF standard prices. In these cases, items transported through the DTS will not be assessed the 3.75 percent CONUS inland transportation charge. Note 4: DTCs “3” and “6” are reserve for future reference. 5.9.5.1.2.2.5. Transportation cost will be computed using the Transportation Bill Code (TBC) in record position (rp) 59 of the delivery transaction. For a complete list of TBCs, refer to DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15, Chapter 8. If this

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rp is blank, transportation cost will be computed using the DTC (rp 34). 5.9.5.1.2.2.6. Security Cooperation Program materiel transportation arrangements will be made IAW DTR 4500.9-R; DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 7; and AFMAN 16-101, Chapter 6. 5.9.5.1.3. Administrative costs are added to all FMS cases to recover expenses of sales negotiations, case implementation, program control, computer programming, accounting and budgeting, and general administrative support of the FMS program. Administrative costs do not include the administration of FMS training cases at the installation level, since such charges are included in tuition rates. The estimated administrative expenses are on line (10) of the LOA. 5.9.5.1.3.1. For rate details on standard administrative costs see DSCA Manual 5105.38-M , Table C9.T4. 5.9.5.1.3.2. The administrative costs include the following: 5.9.5.1.3.2.1. Personnel costs based on a pro-rata share of those who spend 10 percent or more of their time performing FMS duties. Where an organization’s manpower staffing is based on routinely maintained workload statistics, such as number of requisitions processed, then FMS administrative personnel expense shall be determined from equivalent FMS workload statistics. 5.9.5.1.3.2.2. TDY travel in support of FMS administrative functions. 5.9.5.1.3.2.3. Automated data processing costs based on a pro-rata share of time to produce FMS reports or transactions. 5.9.5.1.3.2.4. Printing costs (for FMS reports). 5.9.5.1.3.2.5. Communications, utilities, and office supply costs. 5.9.5.1.3.2.6. Office equipment costs. 5.9.5.1.3.2.7. Rental charges for office space. 5.9.5.1.4. The attrition charge is applicable to all training cases. An attrition rate of one percent for flying and non-flying training courses is included in tuition rates whenever the training or education course includes the use of operational equipment as training aids. Note: If another percentage is considered warranted, the Office of the DoD Comptroller (USD[C]) must approve a deviation. 5.9.5.2. DoD policy requires that non-USG purchasers pay a fair price for the value of the DoD nonrecurring investment in the development and production of defense articles and/or the development of related technology. IAW DoDD 2140.2, recoupment of these costs is required on all cash sales unless a specific waiver has been processed. These charges are not applicable to FMS cases that are wholly financed with the MAP GA, and/or non-repayable FMS credit funds. 5.9.5.2.1. Waiver requirements and authorities of nonrecurring costs on MDE for FMS requirements are contained in Public Law (PL) 104-106, 10 Feb 96, which amended Section 21(e) of the AECA.

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 5.9.5.2.2. Nonrecurring charges are currently applicable to FMS sales of SME having a nonrecurring RDT&E cost of more than $50 million or a total production cost of more than $200 million regardless of the SOS. Each DoD component establishes a system to accumulate cost pools, to recognize when a cost pool meets the threshold, and to calculate the NC recoupment charge on a pro-rata basis for items or technology releasable for FMS. The NC recoupment charge computations for the sale of MDE items are submitted to the DSCA Director for approval. Refer to the DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Appendix 1 for a current listing of approved pro-rata charges. 5.9.5.2.3. Applicable pro-rata charges are added to the unit and extended costs shown in position (4)(a) and (4)(b) of the LOA. When the price of an item being sold is reduced because of age, condition or supply status (excess), the same percentage reduction shall be applied to the pro-rata NC costs. Nonrecurring costs are not itemized or listed separately on either the LOA or the customer billing. 5.9.5.3. After selecting the Indirect Pricing Components Tab, the user must complete the following: 5.9.5.3.1. If an IPC needs to be applied, the pricer must first “add it” then select a Status of “AP” (Applied). If the Country Screen (Waivers Tab or Case Screen) Waivers Tab identifies a waiver for the IPC, the revised percent will be displayed in the Percent field and the amount waived will be displayed in the Waived Cost field. 5.9.5.3.2. If a different percent needs to be applied to the IPC, select a Status of “OP” (Override Percent) and enter the revised percent. 5.9.5.3.3. If an IPC needs to be applied, but the IPC Unit Cost needs to be revised, select a Status of “OC” (Override Cost), and enter the revised IPC Unit Cost. 5.9.5.3.4. If an amount from the cost needs to be waived, enter a Status of “WC” (Waive Cost), and enter the amount that will be waived in the Waived Cost field. This value can be negative. 5.9.5.3.5. The DSAMS system will automatically apply CAS waivers for the appropriate countries. The pricer should validate that the system has properly applied such waivers. The pricer will take care to not apply a waiver that the system has (or will) automatically generated and applied. This will lead to an incorrect charge. (Reference Attachment 2). 5.9.5.3.6. If nothing needs to be done with the IPC, the Status will remain as “NA” (Not Applicable), and the IPC will not be applied to the requirement. 5.9.5.4. The PA will internally verify the information provided and, if applicable, incorporate the necessary changes before reassigning it back to the IA. This step is completed IAW AFMAN 16-101, Chapter 4, to ensure quality line pricing. 5.9.5.5. DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15, Financial Management Regulation, Security Assistance Policy and Procedures, will be used in verifying that the initial pricing data was entered correctly. 5.9.5.6. Line Estimation data is coordinated and approved. First, information is passed along to management, which conducts another in-house verification of the pricing. If accurate and acceptable, management will approve the pricing. If the pricing has

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additional opportunities for improvement, management may re-task the pricer for changes. Second, if the pricing is done organically, the line pricing may be sent out to the FDO for additional approval. 5.9.5.6.1. After the PA has successfully completed the pricing the line and getting internal coordination and approval, the tasking is returned to the IA (requestor). 5.9.5.6.2. This step consists of saving the pricing information back into the DSAMS system as a completed task. The pricer highlights the task on the task list, selects “Tools/Complete,” adds any additional comments, then selects “Save.” These actions subsequently show the task as complete on the IA’s task list. 5.10. Responsibilities. 5.10.1. AFSAC will: 5.10.1.1. Determine the SOS responsible for materiel/services requested. If any of the items are identified as Army- or Navy-managed, send the request to that military service for action, and inform the FMS customer of the transfer. If any items are identified as DLA- or GSA-managed items, other than clothing, report the latest stock list price ; and standard CWTs (nine months for DLA and six months for GSA) in the LOAD estimate. If any of the items are identified as AFMC spares (SOS “F___,” Expendability, Recoverability, Reparability Category (ERRC) coded “N,” “P,” or “T” other than FSC 1300), report the latest stock list price, and the CWT 3 to 12 months in the LOAD estimate. For system support stock fund items, include the appropriate additive charge. The following should be noted for sending materiel/services requests: 5.10.1.1.1. CETS, see Chapter 9. 5.10.1.1.2. Complete engines to appropriate AFLCMC engine manager at Tinker AFB. 5.10.1.1.3. LOAD requests for transportation services are sent by the AFSAC case manager to the appropriate SOS. 5.10.1.1.4. AFMETCAL, AFLCMC/WNMMI, 813 Irving-Wick Drive W. Bldg 2, Heath, Ohio 43056. 5.10.1.1.5. Engineering drawings (to AFSAC Case Management Division, WrightPatterson AFB, Ohio 45433). 5.10.1.1.6. SAMIS data products to AFSAC Information Management Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 45433. 5.10.1.1.7. United States Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) support (other than PMEL calibration) to HQ USAFE/A4R. 5.10.1.1.8. Logistics management systems and/or the DLA Transaction Services to AFSAC Information Management Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 45433. 5.10.1.2. Establish Suspense Dates. Usually, 30 days is allowed for processing of LOAD studies (including mailing time between HQ USAF and HQ AFMC). The SOS LOAD processing period for AF-negotiated cases will normally be 30 days. An interim reply will be sent if this date cannot be met. The only exception to this is a request marked

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 “URGENT” in which case every effort will be made to speed up processing of the request (by message when the number of items being requested allows). Telephone LOAD requests will be used only in emergencies, and must be confirmed by follow-up message or letter. 5.10.1.3. Prepare LOAD and send the request to the applicable SOS. 5.10.1.4. Get LOAD from the SOS and other agencies as appropriate. 5.10.1.5. Review the completed LOAD to ensure requested data are included. 5.10.1.6. Show additional AFSAC manpower requirements needed to support LOA processing. 5.10.2. The responsible SOS will accomplish the following, to include the suggested SOS Checklist for Processing LOAD, Table 5.4: 5.10.2.1. Get the LOAD from the AFSAC. 5.10.2.2. Set up appropriate files and suspense date for reply to requesting office. 5.10.2.3. Complete a preliminary review of the LOAD. Send non-prime items on the LOAD to the correct source of supply with an information copy to the requesting office. If sufficient information is not in the request to prepare the LOAD, the SOS will ask for additional information from the AFSAC case manager or directly from the FMS customer with an informational copy to the requesting office. 5.10.2.4. Task the appropriate Program Management Office for action. suspense control on all internal correspondence.

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5.10.2.5. Tell the requesting office, by message, if the Line Manager says the original assigned suspense date cannot be met; include the reason for the delay and recommend a new suspense date that can be met. 5.10.2.6. Obtain the LOAD from the Line Manager and verify that the extended cost computations are correct. 5.10.2.7. Complete all internal quality reviews for completeness and accuracy. 5.10.2.8. Return LOAD estimate to the AFSAC office specified in the AFSAC request.

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Table 5.4. Suggested SOS Checklist for Processing LOAD YES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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SIGNATURE ____________________________ DATE__________________________________ Note: Checklist is not to be forwarded to AFSAC. 5.10.3. The Line Manager will accomplish the following: 5.10.3.1. Get the LOAD request from the SOS. 5.10.3.2. Determine if the suspense date can be met, and if not, initiate action to extend the suspense immediately through the SOS to AFSAC. 5.10.3.3. Provide LOAD for the substitute/replacement item if the initial requirement cannot be filled. State clearly on the LOAD that the NSN is a replacement/substitute item. Add clarifying comments if the item requested is not based on a valid NSN and there is a recommended substitute or replacement item. 5.10.3.4. Ask for clarification from the FMS customer through the SOS if item identification or classification is not clear. 5.10.3.5. If the AFSAC LOAD request states that the purchaser has requested sole source, the LOAD price should come from the contractor specified in the request. 5.10.3.6. Make sure LOAD data are accurate and of high quality. The IMS’s immediate supervisor may also wish to review and initial the LOAD data and check list. 5.10.3.7. Include the following information on all requests involving less than an EOQ: 5.10.3.7.1. The estimated ROM date (if the contractor will provide the quantity requested under separate acquisition). 5.10.3.7.2. The anticipated price if a USG acquisition is planned for the near future, and the anticipated delay in shipping if the requirement is held while waiting for acquisition. 5.10.3.8. Return the LOAD to the SOS focal point within the established suspense. 5.10.3.9. Place one copy and backup data in the central LOAD file and keep until the case is supply complete.

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SIGNATURE________________________ DATE______________________________ Note: Checklist is not to be forwarded to AFSAC. 5.10.4. Everyone who provides, assists in providing, or requests LOAD (LOA data) will need to ensure the following statements are addressed by the activity responsible for providing the LOAD. 5.10.4.1. Does this LOAD contain items, technology, or support equipment that includes Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) controlled items? 5.10.4.1.1. If yes, list the possible MTCR controlled items.

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5.10.4.1.2. Provide a statement referencing disclosure authority from the FDPO residing at the SOS. Section 5C—ADDITIONAL PRICING INSTRUCTIONS AND CASE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 5.11. FMS Materiel Pricing. The AF pricing policies for defense articles and services sold to FMS customers are contained in DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15, Chapter 7. 5.11.1. Stock Fund Deliveries of Non-excess Materiel. 5.11.1.1. Non-excess stock-fund materiel shipped from depot stock or bought for direct delivery using stock-fund monies, are to be delivery reported to FMS customers at the published stock-fund price. The price to be charged is the catalog price at time of delivery. This guidance applies to both programmed and non-programmed requisitions. Stock fund items have a numeric budget code. Only secondary items are stock funded; principal/major items are not. 5.11.1.2. Within the AF, stock fund materiel is managed within the Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group (CSAG) of the AF WCF. FMS CSAG sales can be at standard price, exchange price, or Unserviceable Asset Price (UAP). The CSAG publishes a total of four prices and eight costs. AFH 23-123, Volume 1 describes these prices and costs and how they are applied to the FMS program. 5.11.1.3. DLA also uses a stock-fund to manage and fund inventory. Unlike the AF, all DLA shipments will be stock-fund shipments. All DLA deliveries will be at the catalog standard price at time of delivery. 5.11.2. Non-stock-Fund Deliveries of Non-excess Materiel. 5.11.2.1. Non-stock Fund Secondary Item (ERCCs N, P, or T) Deliveries. 5.11.2.1.1. Non-stock fund secondary items shipped from depot stock or bought for direct delivery using AF funds. There are two types of requisitions in this category. Repair and replace (H-coded) requisitions are to be delivery reported at exchange price (reference AFH 23-123, Volume 1). This price originates in D043 and is then directly fed to SAMIS. The condemnations percentage used is the current average CSAG Materiel Cost Recovery (MCR) percentage. Replenishment requisitions (non H-coded) are to be delivery reported to FMS customers at the published catalog standard price in effect at time of delivery. Non-stock fund items have an alpha budget code. 5.11.2.1.2. Secondary items purchased via an AF-written FMS-funded (direct-cite) contract. These are to be delivery reported to FMS customers at the contract price. This guidance applies to both stock-fund items (numeric budget code) and non- stockfund items procured via an FMS direct-cite-funded contract. 5.11.2.1.3. Secondary items purchased/repaired via the Parts and Repair Ordering System (PROS). Materiel is to be delivery reported at a price based on the formula: the negotiated procurement or repair price + the contractor fill fee plus transportation cost and the PROS program fee.

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5.12. Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG). Materiel/engines removed as a result of either priority or routine reclamation may be used to support FMS logistics requirements. At the time of removal, condition and final disposition of the item is uncertain; AMARG costs for removal of materiel/engines which may support an FMS requirement will vary and cannot be identified in advance. In most instances, these costs are fully recouped by the USG since the materiel is sold at stock list price plus the administrative surcharge. 5.13. Determination of GFM Cost for Contractor Shipments. For recovery of costs for GFM, see DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15, Chapter 7. 5.14. Notification of Price Increases. 5.14.1. Case financial management is necessary to control funds within the dollar limits of the approved case Obligation Authority (OA) and prevent an unfavorable financial condition. Case OA is issued by FY and may or may not equal case value. In either instance, when case deliveries and commitments exceed 100 percent of the approved case OA value, the case manager must get additional OA. If additional case value is available, the case manager submits a request for OA. If additional case value is not available, a US DoD Notice of Modification of Offer and Acceptance is necessary to increase the case to the needed dollar value. The additional case value should be enough to cover known and anticipated case requirements. 5.14.2. Case Materiel/Services Prices: 5.14.2.1. Case Materiel/Services Prices. Notification responsibility is not limited to those instances in which OA or case value is exceeded. Effective case management requires prices shown for materiel and services in the SAMIS to be as accurate and current as possible. Of special concern are items and services bought with FMS trustfund money (direct cite). 5.14.2.2. To keep current commitment prices for these procurements, the procedure of paragraph 5.14.2.3. below applies to all materiel and services cases and procurements using FMS direct-cite (“4F”) funds. The price update procedure below excludes:

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5.14.2.2.1. Publications Cases. 5.14.2.2.2. Method-of-report code “1” items (provisioning item order) on “S,” “D,” “Y,” and “Q” systems\ sales cases, but includes all other items on “S,” “D,” “Y,” and “Q” cases. 5.14.2.3. Price Update Procedure: 5.14.2.3.1. Services Cases. If the performance price will exceed the LOA quote, the approval of the AFSAC CCM must be obtained by message before contract award. 5.14.2.3.2. Materiel Cases. 5.14.2.3.2.1. If the item being bought is in the CSAG of the AF stock fund (budget code “1”), get AFSAC CCM approval when total item procurement cost (procurement unit price X quantity) exceeds extended stock list cost (stock list unit price X quantity) by more than 10 percent, and the increase is greater than $1,000.00. 5.14.2.3.2.2. If the item is not a stock fund item (such as investment spares/equipment): 5.14.2.3.2.2.1. Send the AFSAC an “AE3” status card with “P1” status showing the unit cost that was entered on the PR. The “AE3” status should be sent to SAMIS by the DLA Transaction Services or directly input by the SOS. This notification must be sent on all IMS initiated procurements of non-stock fund items at the time the PR is submitted. 5.14.2.3.2.2.2. Get the AFSAC CM’s approval for price increases after PR initiation and before contract award. Notification and approval are necessary when the total item procurement cost exceeds the original procurement cost (original PR unit price X quantity) by more than 25 percent, and the increase is greater than $2,500. When the AFSAC CM’s approval is received by message, submit another “P1” “AE3” status transaction (usually by DLA Transaction Services) with the updated price. 5.14.2.3.2.2.2.1. For D/O cases, a LOAD is usually accomplished. The estimated price is usually the last procurement price escalated to the anticipated delivery date. This price will be on the LOA. 5.14.2.3.2.2.2.2. For B/O cases, a LOAD is not usually accomplished. As with D/O cases, when the PR is submitted, the estimated price should be the last procurement price escalated to the anticipated delivery date. It should not be the stock list price only. 5.14.2.3.2.2.3. When an undefinitized contractual action is used, the IMS will notify the CM of price increases when they are known. 5.15. Direct-Cite and Reimbursable Financing. 5.15.1. For overall pricing information on direct-cite and reimbursable pricing policy, see DoD 7000.14- R, Volume 15.

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Chapter 6 FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) CASE PERFORMANCE Section 6A—FM CASE IMPLEMENTATION 6.1. Purpose. This section provides guidance for processing FMS materiel requirements. 6.2. General. 6.2.1. Purchasers may obtain materiel and services through FMS in one of three ways: 6.2.1.1. D/O cases. 6.2.1.2. B/O cases. 6.2.1.3. CLSSAs allow for follow-on spares support and for the purchaser to stock prefunded requirements in the AF inventory. Each CLSSA program has two parts: 6.2.1.3.1. The Foreign Military Sales Order I (FMSO I) is a stock-level case by which requirements are forecasted, funded, and stocked in the AF inventory. 6.2.1.3.2. The FMSO II is an annual B/O case against which the CLSSA customer places requisitions. This case can be used to requisition items listed on the FMSO I and spares not listed. 6.2.2. Each FMS case identifier is composed of three major components as specified in AFMAN 16-101 and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. 6.2.3. Billing of FMS customers is a function of DFAS. 6.3. FMS Case Types. 6.3.1. FMS cases are set up by each military service for items and services for FMS customers. Case identifiers are used to help in the management, identification, accounting, and billing of FMS requirements. 6.3.2. Correspondence on a specific customer's requirements should give the FMS case in the subject. The FMS customer and case are identified in MILSTRIP transactions in rp 31 – 32 and 48-50 respectively. The first position of the case designator shows the commodity or service covered by the case (such as “A” for munitions). They are used to provide many types of materiel and services to foreign customers, for both initial and follow-on support requirements. A complete list of first-position case designators is listed in AFMAN 16-101, Attachment 3. 6.4. AFMC Implementation of FMS Cases. 6.4.1. AFSAC will prepare an IPD for all system sales cases (D, S, Y, and Q cases) and D/O cases (A, G, H, M, N O, and P cases). B/O cases utilize country notifications in lieu of IPDs. These notifications provide the country with notification regarding when they can begin submitting orders against a case. The IPD will include both general and specific guidance to make sure all required actions of the FMS case are implemented as negotiated. This IPD will include a statement of OA issued by DFAS by Fiscal Year (FY) noting that the current year OA is not to be exceeded. The AFSAC will send the IPD to the SOS or other appropriate

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6.5. Types of Support. 6.5.1. Two basic types of support, initial and follow-on, are available to FMS customers. Some general characteristics of initial versus follow-on support programs for FMS customers are as follows: Table 6.1. Type of Support Characteristics Number of Cases Complex Negotiated by Contractor(s) Interface

Initial Multiple Yes SAF Extensive

Follow-On One (usually) Occasionally AFSAC Limited

6.5.2. Initial Support. 6.5.2.1. There are four FMS case designators that show initial support of system sales programs. 6.5.2.1.1. “D” – CE system sales cases. 6.5.2.1.2. “Q” – Consolidated sustainment support cases. 6.5.2.1.3. “S” – Major Aircraft system sales cases. 6.5.2.1.4. “Y” –Missile systems cases. 6.5.2.2. For these programs there will be separate case/lines assigned within the basic LOA for the various parts of the program. 6.5.2.3. System sales programs are usually complex, involve several MAJCOMs and contractors, and are often negotiated at high levels with early delivery dates which affect our ability to give the best logistics support. 6.5.3. Follow-on support . 6.5.3.1. There are many FMS cases for follow-on support programs which can be put into four groups. 6.5.3.1.1. D/O materiel cases. For these cases the customer provides a definitized list of items. A line item pricing study is done by the IMS. These cases are managed on a line-item basis to watch over both price and delivery performance. 6.5.3.1.2. D/O service cases. These cases have characteristics like D/O materiel cases (for example, a pricing study is done and the case is usually managed on a line item basis). 6.5.3.1.3. B/O cases. These cases do not have definitized requirements, but are negotiated for a specific dollar value. The customer requisitions or orders the materiel/service. Usually these cases are for only one year and are replaced annually by another case.

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6.5.3.1.4. CLSSA. The objective of the CLSSA program is to set follow-on support requirements so customers' financial investments can be used to ensure materiel is on hand or on order before actually entering a requisition in the AF supply system. Customers taking part in the CLSSA are treated as part of the AF supply system. The CLSSA program is made up of two cases, both having a “K” designator. 6.5.3.1.4.1. “K” FMSO I. This case defines the customer's recurring spares requirements and is usually renegotiated every six months. 6.5.3.1.4.2. “K” FMSO II. This case is setup on an annual basis to allow the customers to requisition spares and repair parts to support their weapon systems. Section 6B—ACQUISITION FOR FMS 6.6. Sole-Source Acquisition of Items. 6.6.1. Spares, spare parts, initial support, and follow-on support will be competitively purchased unless a sole-source purchase meets certain statutory exemptions and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. However, FMS customers may request this type of acquisition in getting such support. Sole-source procedures for FMS customers to follow when requesting it and for DoD to follow during the review and approval phase of the request can be found in paragraph 5.7. of this manual. Subsequent to sole-source approval being granted and the LOA implemented, the following procedures are to be followed when procuring those materiel requirements identified in the LOA. 6.6.1.1. Sole-source acquisition of materiel may be used to buy the following items: AFmanaged Primary Inventory Control Activity (PICA) and non-standard equipment items (including SE); reparable items where the AF is the PICA; reparable items where the AF is the Secondary Inventory Control Activity (SICA) (SOS RIC equals AF); or AFmanaged (PICA) and non-standard consumable items. 6.6.1.2. Sole-source acquisition cannot be used by the AF to buy the following items: equipment and reparable items managed by other services or agencies; and reparable items where the AF is the SICA, but the requisition is supported directly through the PICA (SOS RIC is other than AF); or consumable items managed by other services or agencies. 6.6.1.3. Those requirements unsuitable for sole-source acquisition will be requisitioned through normal supply channels using established MILSTRIPs. 6.6.2. Limitations and restrictions. 6.6.2.1. Refer to paragraph 6.6.1.2 for a listing of those items authorized for sole-source acquisition and those items excluded from sole-source acquisition. 6.6.2.2. Other service- or agency-managed items will not be bought directly by the AF through sole-source acquisition except when the AF is the SICA and the materiel requirements will be supported through the AF. Requirements for other service- or agency-managed items exempt from sole-source procurement are passed to the service or agency having item management responsibility either through a Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR) or passing referral action (i.e., MILSTRIP). Requisitions for other services or agencies will be rejected and placed on Controlled

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must be in the contract to allow not only the AF but also other services (i.e., Army, Navy, etc.) to reference the contract when needed. 6.6.3.3.2.2. The AFLCMC PMO will submit a sole source acquisition authorization letter to the IM having PICA or SICA item management responsibility and the requirements will be supported through the AF. The sole source acquisition authorization letter must reflect the designated contractor source, the Logistics Reference Number (LRN) and Commercial And Government Entity (CAGE) code of the contractor, the country and activity code (see DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.18. for list), and the case designator. 6.6.3.3.2.3. The authorization to buy items sole source directly by the AF applies to those items listed in paragraph 6.6.1. The AF SICA IM for other services’ or agencies’ reparable items will forward requirements to the managing service via a MIPR. The MIPR must include all contract information to facilitate the acquisition (see AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 1, Item Manager Wholesale Requisition Process [D035A] when published). 6.6.3.3.2.4. The AFLCMC PMO will submit requisitions as follows: 6.6.3.3.2.4.1. Requisitions for AF or other service- or agency-managed items for reparable items where the SICA is AF are input with “6V” and process code “D.” These requisitions will generate a “6V” exception to the PICA or SICA IM. See DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.15.for a complete list of advice codes. 6.6.3.3.2.4.2. Requisitions for other service-managed or agency-managed items are input using normal MILSTRIP procedures. These requirements will be supported through normal channels. SAMIS will have edits in place to ensure compliance. SAMIS will reject requirements on CEX that are not in compliance. Before releasing the CEX to the other service/agency, the PMO needs to ensure no internal contractual actions have begun. If contractual actions have been initiated, the AFLCMC PMO needs to ensure these actions are ceased immediately (providing termination charges do not apply). Subsequently, the AFLCMC PMO needs to release the CEX for support through normal DoD channels. 6.6.3.3.2.5. The IM will upon receipt of the “6V” exception: 6.6.3.3.2.5.1. Obtain the sole source-acquisition authorization letter and initiate procurement action as directed by instructions in the letter. 6.6.3.3.2.5.2. The IM will prepare the PR and forward the PR package to contracting or prepare the MIPR and forward the MIPR package to the other service/agency PICA IM. For a PR, the AF PICA IM will ensure a record is established in the Acquisition Asset Due-In System (J041) and record the “BV” status in the Stock Control System, Item Manager Wholesale Requisition Process (D035A). For a MIPR, the AF SICA IM will record the BV status in the D035A and follow up for procurement status on the MIPR with the PICA IM and ensure the shipment and billing data is received and processed in the D035A and SAMIS.

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 6.6.3.3.3. Method two: 6.6.3.3.3.1. The AFLCMC PMO will make sure an appropriate contracting instrument has been established with the contractor designated in the LOA. In addition, a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) will need to be executed among AFLCMC/WFS, AFLCMC PMO, SAPM, HQ AFMC/A4, the FMS customer, and any other parties deemed appropriate by the AFLCMC PMO. 6.6.3.3.3.2. The authorization to buy items sole-source by or through the AF applies to AF-managed and SICA items. Other service/agency items must be requisitioned using normal supply procedures. 6.6.3.3.3.3. The AFLCMC PMO will: 6.6.3.3.3.3.1. Provide a list of required items by electronic media to AFLCMC/WFS to process the definitized requirements in SAMIS or manually input the requirements into SAMIS. If the ERRC of the item is S, T, or U, and the SOS/RIC is AF, the AFLCMC PMO will request SAMIS process the requisition with advice code of “BV” and a process code of “S,” overlay “SVIC” in rp 77-80, and pass it to the SOS or manually process the requisition with advice code of “BV” and a process code of “S.” If the ERRC is other than S, T, or U, the AFLCMC PMO will request SAMIS process the requisition with advice code of “2J” indicating fill or kill and pass it to D035A or manually process the requisition with advice code “2J.” Upon receipt of an AE transaction with requisition transaction status code of “CB” by SAMIS, the AFLCMC PMO will submit/ generate a new requisition with “BV” advice code, “S” process code, and overlay “SVIC” in rp 77-80. 6.6.3.3.3.3.2. Requisitions for other service/agencies managed items are input using normal MILSTRIP procedures. These requirements will be supported through normal channels. SAMIS will have edits in place to ensure compliance. SAMIS will reject requirements on CEX that are not in compliance. Before releasing the CEX to the other service/agency, the AFLCMC PMO needs to ensure no internal contractual actions have begun. If contractual actions have been initiated, the AFLCMC PMO needs to ensure these actions are ceased immediately (providing termination charges don’t apply). Subsequently, the AFLCMC PMO needs to release the CEX for support through normal DoD channels. 6.6.3.3.3.3.3. Research/resubmit rejections. 6.6.3.3.3.3.4. Prepare a PR for AF PICA and SICA items and ensure that the PR is established in J041. The PR must cite type PR code “61” to allow the passing of non-prime items to J041 at the SOS. 6.6.3.3.3.3.5. For AF-managed items and AF SICA items, ensure shipment and billing information is received and appropriately processed in J041, SAMIS, and D035A. 6.6.3.3.3.3.6. Normally, the IM will not act on back orders. If necessary, the AFLCMC PMO or SAPM will request assistance from the IM to take manual

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action on the requisitions when problems can only be resolved through assistance by the IM. The AFLCMC PMO is responsible for contacting the IM to take necessary action. 6.6.3.3.3.4. AFLCMC/WFS will: 6.6.3.3.3.4.1. Screen the NSNs against the catalog contained in SAMIS to determine the DoD SOS. 6.6.3.3.3.4.2. Provide rejects to the AFLCMC PMO for research and resubmission. 6.6.3.3.3.4.3. If the SAMIS catalog reveals the SOS/RIC is other services/agencies and the materiel will be supplied through the AF, SAMIS will assign the requisition number and reject the requisition to the AFLCMC PMO. The rejected transaction will include the appropriate service/agency in the RIC and will reflect a “2L” advice code. 6.6.3.3.3.4.4. If the SAMIS catalog indicates the SOS/RIC is the AF, SAMIS will generate a requisition with advice of “BV” and a process code of “S;” overlay “SVIC” in rp 77-80; and pass it to D035A. 6.6.3.3.3.5. D035A under program control will: 6.6.3.3.3.5.1. Check inventory records to see if stock exists (for requisitions with an advice code of “2J”). If stock is available, D035A will process a drop from inventory transaction so the materiel will ship. If no inventory is available, D035A will provide an AE transaction to SAMIS with “CB” status killing or, in effect, canceling the requisition. 6.6.3.3.3.5.2. For requisitions with advice code “BV,” process code of “S,” and “SVIC” in rp 77-80, D035A will automatically establish a BV back order. 6.6.3.3.3.6. IM will: 6.6.3.3.3.6.1. Assist the AFLCMC PMO or SAPM to resolve all SVI requisitioning issues if requested. 6.6.3.4. New and Unused Process: 6.6.3.4.1. When the FMS customer has stated that sole-source acquisition is authorized and new and unused materiel is to be supplied, then initial lay-in procedures stated in paragraph 6.6.3.3, and either 6.6.3.3.2 (SVI method one) or 6.6.3.3.3. (SVI method two) can be utilized. 6.6.3.4.2. In addition, when sole source authorization is included or added to a follow-on support case and new and unused is to be supplied, the procedures contained in paragraph 6.6.3.3. (method one) are applicable with the following modifications. Method two procedures cannot be used. 6.6.3.4.2.1. In paragraph 6.6.3.3.2.1, the AFLCMC PMO needs to be replaced with the AFSAC case manager. The AFSAC case manager will use AFLCMC/WFG to select or establish a contracting instrument and ensure a copy of the contract is provided to the IM.

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6.6.3.4.2.3. Paragraph 6.6.3.3.2.3. requires no changes. However, the IM should be informed the contract information originated from a contract that was not negotiated at the SOS. 6.6.3.4.2.4. Paragraphs 6.6.3.3.2.4. and 6.6.3.3.2.4.2., the AFLCMC PMO needs to be replaced with AFSAC case manager. 6.6.3.4.2.5. Paragraphs 6.6.3.3.2.4.1., 6.6.3.3.2.5., 6.6.3.3.2.5.1., and 6.6.3.3.2.5.2. require no changes. However, AFLCMC/WFG must ensure that the case manager is provided with procurement status and shipping information. The AFSAC case manager must ensure the shipping status is provided to the prime IM. The IM must ensure the shipping information is overlaid in J041 and D035A. 6.6.3.5. Support provided through normal supply channels. 6.6.3.5.1. Initial support procedures. When an FMS customer authorizes the use of sole source acquisition to get items shown in initial activation cases for which the RAD cannot be met through normal supply or acquisition channels, the following procedures will apply: 6.6.3.5.1.1. The AFLCMC PMO will make sure a contract exists with the prime contractor (as designated in the LOA). Provisions must be included in the contract to allow not only the AF, but other services/agencies (i.e., Army, Navy, etc.) to reference this contract to acquire items when needed. The contract can then be used by the IMs of all services to obtain items that cannot be supplied within the RAD through normal supply or acquisition channels. 6.6.3.5.1.2. The AFLCMC PMO will submit a Sole Source Acquisition Authorization Letter (SSAL) to the 430 SCMS for reparables that will be supported through the AF. The SSAL must reflect the designated contractor source, the LRN, and the contractor CAGE code, the country and activity code, and the case designator. Additionally, the following statement will be addressed: 6.6.3.5.1.2.1. Item(s) associated with the case will be supplied through normal supply or acquisition channels, if such methods permit delivery of the item(s) within the RAD. 6.6.3.5.1.3. The authorization to buy items sole source directly by the AF applies to those items listed in paragraph 6.6.1 6.6.3.5.1.4. Items for which the AF is the PICA, and which cannot be provided through normal supply or acquisition channels within the RAD, may be purchased by the IM sole source through the prime contractor by referencing the contract number. 6.6.3.5.1.5. Requirements for other-service-managed items, where the AF is the

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SICA, are sent to the managing service on a reimbursement-funded requisition when the item can be supplied by the PICA within the RAD. If the managing service cannot provide the item within the RAD through normal supply or purchase channels, the use of a MIPR is needed. The MIPR will contain all applicable contract information to facilitate the purchase process for the PICA IM. (See AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 5 when published.) 6.6.3.5.1.6. The AFLCMC PMO will submit requisitions with advice code “6W” and process code “D.” 6.6.3.5.1.6.1. Requisitions for AF-managed items, and AF SICA items for which the requirements will be supported through the AF, are input with advice code “6W” and process code “D.” This allows requisitions to fill automatically from stock above the control level. If stock is below the control level, a “6V” exception is sent to the IM. 6.6.3.5.1.6.2. Requisitions for other service-managed or agency-managed items are input using normal MILSTRIP procedures. These requirements will be supported through normal channels. SAMIS will have edits in place to ensure compliance. SAMIS will reject requirements on a CEX that are not in compliance. Before releasing the CEX to the other service/agency, the AFLCMC needs to ensure that no internal contractual actions have begun. If contractual actions have been initiated, the AFLCMC needs to ensure these actions are ceased immediately (providing termination charges do not apply). Subsequently, the AFLCMC needs to release the CEX for support through normal DoD channels. 6.6.3.5.1.7. The contract information included in the MIPR package may come from a contract that was not negotiated at the SOS. The IM will, upon receipt of the “6V” exception: 6.6.3.5.1.7.1. Procure AF-managed items through normal supply or acquisition channels if the item can be provided by the RAD. 6.6.3.5.1.7.2. Prepare a PR, including the sole source acquisition request, and send it to contracting, citing the contract in the SSAL, if normal supply or acquisition channels will not allow AF-managed items to be provided within the RAD. Furnish the information to contracting, ensure a record is established in J041, and process the BV in D035A, etc. 6.6.3.5.1.7.3. For items with an AF SICA but which are requisitioned through the PICA, the IM will contact the other service or agency IM to determine the type of document (reimbursable-funded requisition or MIPR) needed to acquire the item within the RAD. If a MIPR is requested by the managing service or agency, include the applicable contract information on the MIPR for the PICA IM to cite in procuring and satisfying the requirement. (See AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 1 when published.) 6.6.3.5.1.7.4. The IM will prepare the MIPR, furnish the information to the PICA IM, ensure status is updated in the D035A system, etc.

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items are input using normal MILSTRIP procedures. These requirements will be supported through normal channels. SAMIS will have edits in place to ensure compliance. SAMIS will reject requirements on a CEX that are not in compliance. Before releasing the CEX to the other service/agency, the AFLCMC PMO needs to ensure that no internal contractual actions have begun. If contractual actions have been initiated, the AFLCMC PMO needs to ensure these actions are ceased immediately (providing termination charges do not apply). Subsequently, the AFLCMC PMO needs to release the CEX for support through normal DoD channels. 6.6.3.5.2.7. The IM will, upon receipt of the “6V” exception: 6.6.3.5.2.7.1. Procure AF-managed items through normal supply or acquisition channels if the item can be provided by the RAD. 6.6.3.5.2.7.2. Prepare a PR, including the sole source acquisition request, and send it to contracting, citing the contract in the SSAL, if normal supply or acquisition channels will not allow AF-managed items to be provided within the RAD. Furnish the information to contracting, ensure a record is established in J041, and process the BV in D035A, etc. 6.6.3.5.2.7.3. For items with an AF SICA but which are requisitioned through the PICA, the IM will contact the other service or agency IM to determine the type of document (reimbursable-funded requisition or MIPR) needed to acquire the item within the RAD. If a MIPR is requested by the managing service or agency, include the applicable contract information on the MIPR for the PICA IM to cite in procuring and satisfying the requirement. (See AFMCMAN 23-5 when published.) 6.6.3.5.2.7.4. The AFSAC case manager must ensure the shipping status is passed to the prime IM. The IM then ensures the status is overlaid into the D035A. The IM will also prepare the MIPR and furnish the information to the PICA IM, etc. 6.6.3.6. Non-standard Item Support Process: When an FMS customer's authorization of sole source acquisition has non-standard items or part-numbered items that are not crossreferenced to an NSN, the following procedures will apply. Note: This process encompasses all of the scenarios outlined above. 6.6.3.6.1. The AFLCMC PMO on initial activation cases and the AFSAC case manager for follow-on support cases will interrogate D043 and DLA Logistics Information Service total item record to determine if NSNs or NC (temporary stock number) management control numbers have already been established for the desired part numbers. 6.6.3.6.2. The AFLCMC PMO on initial activation cases may either submit the part numbered requisition through SAMIS to the AFSAC’s non-standard contractor or initiate cataloging action to have a “NC” stock number assigned. “ND” number assignment will not be accomplished.

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6.7. Special Purchase Requirements. 6.7.1. Local purchase (LP)/LM and commercial-type items. LP/LM or commercial-type items are bought from local or common commercial sources. Usually, these items are not authorized for sale through FMS channels. However, LP/LM items may be bought through FMS cases, if items cannot be found in the requesting country. Specific supply groups and FSCs of commercial-type items are in the DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. 6.7.1.1. For D/O cases, the FMS customer must state on the pricing study the items or services which are not available from in-country commercial sources. 6.7.1.2. On B/O cases, a customer-prepared requisition with advice code “3B” or “2A” is the customer's claim that the item is not available from in-country commercial sources. Advice code “3B” is used for commercial-type items. Advice code “2A” is used for LP/LM items. 6.7.1.3. Regardless of the type of case, AFSAC should transfer all cases with SAMIS commercial consumable code “7” (defined as ineligible for LP/LM/commercial-type requisitions) to D035A. D035A edits all LP/LM or commercial-type item requisitions and rejects them if advice codes “3B” or “2A” haven't been used. On D/O cases, the case manager is responsible for using the correct advice code. 6.7.2. First Article Testing (FAT) will be funded as follows. 6.7.2.1. For a combined AF/FMS buy. 6.7.2.1.1. CSAG. For a combined AF/FMS buy using CSAG OA, the CSAG will pay for the first article item, report, and testing. The approved first article item will be placed in AF stock, if not destroyed in testing. CSAG costs are automatically prorated to all customers through the CSAG Operational Cost Recovery elements. No special action is required. 6.7.2.1.2. Non-CSAG. For a combined AF/FMS buy, informational sublines will be used on the contract to prorate the contractor first article costs. 6.7.2.1.2.1. If the first article item is to be destroyed in testing, the contractor FAT costs are to be prorated among the AF and the FMS customers. The prorate

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is based on the quantity of materiel ordered and defined in the PR and on the contract. 6.7.2.1.2.2. If the first article item is not to be destroyed in testing, the AF portion of the prorate will include the item cost plus part of the other contractor FAT cost. The FMS portion will not include the item cost. Upon completion of the test, the first article item will be placed in AF stock. 6.7.2.1.2.3. Using the contract information, the SOS will bill accordingly. The billing against the FMS case should be identified as “FAT costs.” 6.7.2.2. For a single-country FMS buy using FMS funds, case funds will be used to pay for the contractor FAT costs. The approved first-article item will be returned to the contractor, if not destroyed in testing, for shipment with the production items direct to the customer. 6.7.3. For a multiple-country FMS buy using FMS funds, information sublines will be used on the contract to prorate the contractor FAT costs. 6.7.3.1. If the first-article item is to be destroyed in testing, the contractor FAT costs are to be prorated among all the FMS customers. The prorate is based on the quantity of materiel ordered and defined in the PR and on the contract. 6.7.3.2. If the first-article item is not to be destroyed in testing, the item costs are not to be prorated, but the other contract FAT costs are. Upon completion of the test, the first article item is to be returned to the contractor for shipment with the production items to the FMS customers. 6.7.3.3. Using the contract information, the DFAS operating location will bill accordingly. The billing against the FMS case should be identified as “FAT costs.” 6.7.4. FAT costs include the item cost (if destroyed in testing), the actual testing costs, and the test report cost. In the paragraphs above, the term “contractor FAT costs” refers to those FAT cost elements that are included in the contract. If the AF does the actual testing, it will not be included in the contract. If the AF does the testing and the testing costs can be identified, they should be prorated to the FMS customers accordingly. 6.7.5. To ensure that sufficient case funds are available, the initial pricing of the item to the FMS customer must include all costs, including FAT. If required, normal price increase approval procedures apply. 6.7.6. If FAT is required, and an AF-funded buy is scheduled in the near future, the AFSAC case manager will be queried by the IM as to whether a separate FMS-funded buy should be pursued. Consolidating the buys could save money for both the AF and the FMS customer. 6.7.7. The IM should identify the need to prorate FAT costs by placing the statement “Prorate any First-Article Costs” in the “Note to Buyer” section of an automated PR, or block 12 of a manual PR. 6.7.8. The contract must have provisions for transportation to and from the testing facility, which are to be the responsibility of the contractor. 6.7.9. All situations involving the first-article process are not covered here. situations must be handled appropriately as they occur.

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Section 6C—PROCESSING FMS REQUISITIONS 6.8. Overview. 6.8.1. This section provides guidance for processing FMS requisitions. These procedures supplement DLM 4000.25-1 requirements. These procedures do not apply to the types of materiel identified paragraph C1.4., Exclusions 6.8.2. Types of FMS requisitions: 6.8.2.1. Repair and replace (H-coded) requisitions. 6.8.2.1.1. These are commonly referred to as H-coded requisitions because they contain an “H” in the first position of the document serial number (e.g., DUT0445365H001). 6.8.2.1.2. SAMIS creates H-coded requisitions when the FMS customer returns an unserviceable carcass to the SOS under the repair/replace program. 6.8.2.2. Non-repair/replace (non H-coded) requisitions. 6.8.2.2.1. These are normal requisitions for serviceable items. These requisitions are submitted to establish initial operating stocks, and to replace operating stocks that are condemned when no longer serviceable or reparable. 6.8.2.2.2. These requisitions are called non H-coded requisitions to distinguish them from H-coded requisitions. They have an all numeric document serial number (i.e., DUT04453610002). 6.8.3. FMS requisitions can be programmed or non-programmed. 6.8.3.1. Requisitions for items/quantities that have been forecast on the CLSSA FMSO I case are programmed, that is, eligible for support from on-hand/on-order stocks based on the priority of the requisition. 6.8.3.2. Requisitions for items/quantities that have not been forecast on the CLSSA FMSO I case are non-programmed, that is, eligible for support lead time away. 6.8.4. The following combinations are possible: 6.8.4.1. Programmed H-coded requisition. 6.8.4.2. Non-programmed H-coded requisition. 6.8.4.3. Programmed non H-coded requisition. 6.8.4.4. Non-programmed non H-coded requisition. 6.9. Defined Order Case Requisition Processing. 6.9.1. D/O cases are requested by the FMS customer to buy specified quantities of specific items. These cases are written and implemented by the AFSAC and are assigned to a case manager in the AFSAC. 6.9.2. Requisitions are input to the SAMIS by the AFSAC case manager/supply technician, or the AFLCMC case line manager for D/O cases, in MILSTRIP or custom order format as shown in Attachment 3.

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6.9.3. The following products will be output from SAMIS: 6.9.3.1. The referral orders (“A4”) and passing orders (“A3”) are made up and sent according to the criteria set up by the process code. 6.9.3.2. AFSAC sends a “BU” or “BW” status, which acts as a duplicate of the requisition input, to the FMS customer's representative. 6.9.3.3. The supply and shipment status reports/documents are sent to the FMS Customer Representative (CR)/FF address (from the FF code [rp 47]) set up in the LOA and case directive. This is identified by the media and status code (rp 7). The FMS CR/FF addresses to which supply and shipment status reports/documents are sent are shown in the MAPAD, by FF code, under Type of Address Code (TAC) “4.” 6.9.3.4. “BU,” “BW,” “BM,” and other requisition transaction status codes give the FMS CR the capability of relating supply/shipment status to the case and item, and should be used to monitor the FMS case through supply completion. The “BU” code gives the first input to the FMS customer master due-in records. 6.9.4. SAMIS validates requisitions before passing them to the supply point. 6.10. Preparation and Processing of Requisitions Against Follow-on “E” and B/O Cases. 6.10.1. “E” cases are set up to order support-equipment-related supply items of US origin that are frequently used by the customer. A B/O case sets up a dollar value for buying items that may be needed during the case requisitioning period. The requisition period is usually for one year with a maximum of two years. 6.10.2. “R” cases are set up to order spare parts of US origin. This case sets the dollar value for items that the customer requisitions for the period of the case (usually one year, with a maximum of two years). As a rule, only one “R” case is needed for each customer. 6.10.3. Requisitions for “E” and “R” cases are input by the FMS customers and must be in MILSTRIP format per DLM 4000.25-1Items requisitioned under these procedures are usually from AF catalogs, technical orders, parts listings, and other publications associated with the end item. These publications are used to get stock number data. Requests for SOS identification help are sent to the AFSAC. The FMS customers (or the AFSAC) requisition a quantity of materiel that has a minimum value of $10 per line item. This procedure is necessary because of the cost of processing and shipping low-dollar-value items. These cases will not be used to supply items to contractors or commercial agents involved in direct contracts unless they were set up as a representative of the customer and were approved by SAF/IA. 6.10.4. The AFSAC case managers will negotiate the LOAs and set up the appropriate types of cases. These cases have the following characteristics: 6.10.4.1. Each case is usually for one year, but may be for as long as two years, and set up according to the customer's fiscal or calendar year. 6.10.4.2. The first digit of the case designator is “E” or “R” for these cases. 6.10.4.3. Priority designators are given by the requisitioners using the Force or Activity Designator (F/AD) related to the Urgency of Need Designator (UND) (reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.14, Table 1). The F/AD is found in the LOA. Depending on

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 F/AD assigned, FMS NMCS requisitions must always be priority f 3, f 7, or f 8. Priority designators are in rp 60-61 and must be numeric. If left blank, SAMIS will force a priority 15. 6.10.4.4. Each case has an estimated cash dollar value for control purposes. The dollar value can be adjusted as necessary. 6.10.4.5. Requisitions are usually filled or stay on back order until filled, except when advice code “2C” causes the requisition to either be filled by the Required Delivery Date (RDD) or be cancelled (referred to as “fill or kill”). 6.10.5. Requisitions are sent by mail, DLA Transaction Services, message traffic, or other means. The rules for submitting requisitions and preparing messages in DLM 4000.25-1, paragraph 3.25 apply to FMS requisitioning. 6.10.6. Requisitions are sent by mail via disc format or transmitted via E-mail. Postal mailings are addressed as follows: AFSAC, 1822 Van Patton Drive, Wright Patterson AFB OH 45433-5337. Containers/envelopes will be marked, “FMS MILSTRIP Requisitions.” 6.10.7. Customer initiated requisitions will go through initial processing by SAMIS. Initial processing includes editing, validating, pricing, and recording the commitment in the case master record. 6.10.8. Requisitions are released by SAMIS through referral orders to the IM. SAMIS sends requisitions for items managed by DLA/GSA to the appropriate DLA/GSA activity for supply action. 6.10.9. Upon release of the referral-/passing-order, SAMIS will send the supply status (code “BW”) to the appropriate recipient as designated in the MAPAD. 6.10.10. AFSAC monitors the FMS B/O requisition case(s), and is responsible for the following related actions: 6.10.10.1. Acting as point of contact for authorized foreign government representatives for processing requisition type cases. 6.10.10.2. Setting up and keeping the case administrative file during the active life of the case. The file will contain copies of all correspondence and reports related to the case. 6.10.10.3. Informing the SOS(s) of the case termination date to ensure proper and timely closing of cases. 6.10.11. Customer requisitions are prepared on DD Form 1348 or 1348M, Single Line Item Requisition System Document, DoD (Mechanical), or other means IAW DLM 4000.25-1, paragraph 3.25. See Attachment 3.

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Table 6.2. DLA Transaction Services Stations Country Station Australia Tracy Belgium Dayton Canada Dayton Denmark Dayton Germany Dayton Greece Dayton NATO Dayton Netherlands Dayton Norway Dayton Philippines Tracy South Korea Tracy Taiwan Tracy Thailand Tracy United Kingdom Dayton Note: DLA Transaction Services routine indicator for Tracy is “RUWJZZA” and for Dayton the routing indicator is “RUEDZZA.” 6.11.1.1. MILSTRIP transactions for DLA Transaction Services processing will always have a constant content-indicator code of “IAZZ.” 6.11.1.2. DLA Transaction Services has a program which is used to process SAP transactions and route requisitions directly to SAMIS by inserting “FNH” in rp 4-6. Without this program, DLA Transaction Services will merely pass these transactions to the RIC entered by the originator. DLM 4000.25-1 mandates all FMS requisitions shall be processed through the ILCO (International Logistics Control Organization) before passing to the SOS. 6.11.2. MILSTRIP Follow-up. 6.11.2.1. FMS customers will submit follow-ups by MILSTRIP card format to AFSAC, Routing Identifier (RID) “FNH-(SAMIS).” Follow-ups are prepared and input per DLM 4000.25-1. FMS customers should input requisition follow-up transactions (AFC) instead of contacting AFSAC asking for better ESDs on their priority 1-8 requisitions. The use of the AFC follow-up request for an improved ESD is highly suggested. FMS customers may submit follow-ups under Document Identifier Codes (DIC) “AF___/____” or “AT___/____” series and are processed as follows: 6.11.2.1.1. By E-Mail. 6.11.2.1.1.1. Upon receipt of an “AF___/___” or “AT___/___” MILSTRIP follow-up transaction, AFSAC will input through SAMIS for referral to the SOS. When processing “AT___/___” transactions, if no record of a requisition exists and the DCN date is not older than 120 days, SAMIS will create an open requisition and pass the “AT___/___” to the SOS.

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6.11.2.7.3. Tell the FMS customer and send an informational copy to AFSAC. 6.11.2.8. After getting SAP action cards with “C”-type cancellations and “BF” status, the IMS will process them according to AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 5, when published. The IMS will coordinate with the PM, or “S” case requisitioner, when deciding appropriate action. 6.11.2.9. Replies to follow-ups that include supply status are made with Document Identifier Codes (DIC) in the “AE__/__” series. 6.11.2.10. Follow-up B/O Requisitions. AFLCMC/WFIUA also takes follow-up action for open B/O requisitions (K, Q, and R cases) greater than 30 days old for programmed requirements (see CLSSA) and greater than 180 days for non-programmed requirements. 6.11.2.10.1. Follow-ups to SOS for valid supply status. Valid supply status is shipment, contract award or cancellation. The use of cancellation codes CA, CU and CY forwards cancelled requisitions to PROS for support consideration. Supply Assistance Requests (SARs) and E-mail are used to communicate with the SOSs to obtain valid supply status and reasons for shipping delays. Updated information is posted in SAMIS as a narrative and forwarded to CCMs and as required. 6.11.3. Cancellation of FMS customer requisitions is governed by MILSTRIP (DLM 4000.25-1) and AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 1 (when published). Cancellations are grouped into two broad types: computer generated, which is assigned a self-explanatory code; and “CA,” which is manually assigned a code by the IMS, which must be explained. The below procedures explain “CA” cancellation. 6.11.3.1. The IMS or Equipment Specialist (ES) will: 6.11.3.1.1. Get approval of the IMS’s International Logistics Program focal point and first-line supervisor for all FMS “CA” cancellations. 6.11.3.1.2. The customer will be notified on all cancelled requisitions. 6.11.3.1.3. Not cancel Army- or Navy-managed items for which the AF is a user, but will fund and pass the requisition to the Inventory Control Point (ICP) shown in rp 74-76 of the “A41” referral order. The ICP identity may also be obtained from a DLA Logistics Information Service interrogation. 6.11.3.1.4. Ensure requisitions are not cancelled for the following reasons. 6.11.3.1.4.1. High or excessive quantities. 6.11.3.1.4.2. Stocks not available. 6.11.3.1.4.3. Excessive CWT. 6.11.3.1.4.4. Acquisition needed. 6.11.3.1.4.5. Lack of funding. Note: These conditions will be brought to the attention of the International Logistics Program requisitioning focal point. 6.11.3.1.5. Not cancel any FMS D/O requisition without prior approval of the AFSAC case manager.

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unless the customer agrees to accept materiel with a lesser shelf-life. Refer to DoD 4140.27-M for serviceability time frames for shelf-life items. 6.12.2.2. FMS requisitions for critical materiel in the FSCs 8030-8040, are filled using the freshest materiel available, usually with SCC “B.” SCC “B” materiel, must have at least 90 days of shelf-life remaining and will use priority 01-08 unless the customer agrees to accept materiel with a lesser shelf-life. 6.12.2.3. FMS customers who requisition critical shelf-life items need to ensure timely transportation is available. This can be done by FMS customers telling their FF not to hold or store critical shelf-life items, but to speed up these items on a shipped-whenreceived basis. 6.12.3. SDRs will not be approved for expired shelf-life on critical sealants and adhesives, FSC 8030-8040 items. 6.13. US Navy Processing of AF FMS Requisitions. 6.13.1. Requisitions for AF items managed by the US Navy are passed from SAMIS and/or the D035A system to the Navy ICP with an “NL” (reimbursable) fund code. 6.13.2. After the Navy gets the requisition, the ICP will: 6.13.2.1. Get the item from current stock or due-ins, ship to the FMS customer, and send an interfund bill to DFAS Indianapolis for reimbursement or, 6.13.2.2. Change the “NL” fund code to “4F” (direct-cite), and give “BV” requisition transaction status by message to DFAS-CO/JAK in MILSTRIP format. DFAS-CO/JAK will then prepare “AE3” status for input to SAMIS and process a commitment in the base-level General Accounting and Financial System (GAFS/BQ). 6.13.3. After changing the fund code and giving the necessary data, the Navy can enter and contract for a not-to exceed price, the standard price plus ten percent. When the contract is finalized, a copy is sent to DFAS-CO/JAK with an informational copy to the AFSAC geographic offices. 6.13.4. When the proposed contractor quote to meet the requirement exceeds the standard price plus ten percent, the Navy ICP will tell DFAS-CO/JAK by telephone and request OA to enter into a contract. DFAS-CO/JAK (with AFSAC coordination) will confirm or deny the request by message or telephone within five workdays after getting the request from the Navy ICP. All confirmations by telephone to the Navy will be confirmed by message within 48 hours. 6.13.5. All contracts written by Navy procurement should cite “AD SN 503000” as the paying station on the contract. The Navy will not make payments to contractors for items bought under these procedures. Payments are made by DFAS-CO/JAK. Materiel/receipt documents (DD Forms 250) are provided to DFAS-CO/JAK by the Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO). 6.14. Processing Materiel Release Orders (MRO) and Redistribution Orders (RDO) to Support FMS Requirements. 6.14.1. The procedures in AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 1 (when published) apply to FMS MRO and RDO as follows:

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6.15. Preparation and Distribution of DD Form 1348-1A. 6.15.1. Two sets of release/receipt documents, DD Forms 1348-1A, will be prepared. Both sets will show all data needed in rp 1-80, item nomenclature (in block “X”), and weight, and cube. The second set of documents, if not already sent with the notice of availability, along with the number 5 copy of the first set and a copy of the bill of lading, are sent to the FF. These documents act as advance information and are sent the same day, or not later than the next scheduled working day after shipments are made. 6.15.2. The preceding distribution procedures are applicable to the DD Form 1149. For form preparation instructions, see DTR 4500.9-R, Part II, Chapter 203 6.16. FMS Customer-Generated Requisitions. 6.16.1. General. FMS customer materiel requisitions are input into SAMIS. System edits/checks requisitions for proper codes, entries or combinations of entries, which allow routing, and processing of the requisitions. Requisitions that do not pass these edits are rejected as CEX errors. These errors, mechanically suspended by SAMIS, are manually researched and corrected by AFSAC personnel. Often requisitions are returned to the FMS

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customer for further action or are held awaiting more information from the FMS customer. The purpose of this paragraph is to give the FMS customer detailed instructions for making valid inputs for SAMIS processing. By following these instructions, errors are reduced and logistic support is improved for FMS customers. 6.16.2. Responsibilities by case type. 6.16.2.1. AFSAC personnel will input requisitions on follow-on cases for spares or equipment items. 6.16.2.2. The IMS/PM will input requisitions on systems cases – “D,” “Q,” “S,” and “Y,” as required. 6.16.2.3. AFSAC personnel will input requisitions for modification kits based on FMS customer's request. 6.16.2.4. The FMS customer will usually input requisitions on follow-on B/O cases, except Class IV/V mod cases. The FMS customer inputs requisitions on follow-on B/O cases: 6.16.2.4.1. Standard Equipment (“E”) Case. This type of case applies to standard equipment items assigned ERRC “S” or “U.” 6.16.2.4.2. Non-standard Equipment “E__” Case. This type of case applies to nonstandard equipment items (ERRC “S” or “U”). A non-standard item is an item that is not stocked, stored, or issued for DoD use. 6.16.2.4.3. CLSSA – FMSO II Case. This type of case is for standard spares (ERRC other than “S” or “U”). 6.16.2.4.4. Standard Spares (“R”) Case. This type of case is for standard spares (ERRC other than “S” or “U”). 6.16.2.4.5. Non-standard Spares (“R___”) Case. This type of case is for nonstandard spares (ERRC other than “S” or “U”). Note: Non-standard items (support equipment/spares) are those items, with or without a NSN, which the DoD does not manage for its own use, but are needed to support a system or end item previously supplied on an AF FMS case. Non-standard items cannot be supplied from stock or be obtained through normal acquisition. Procurement will be consolidated to the maximum extent practical. Requisitions should be held 90 days to accommodate multiple submissions and requests for small quantity buys that are strictly to support FMS. This does not apply to valid NMCS, other high priority requests, or requests for improved delivery schedule. Non-standard items in support of a system or end item furnished by another military service are requisitioned from and furnished by that service. If a non-standard system or end item is obtained commercially, the nonstandard equipment/spares to support it should also be obtained commercially (direct from the contractor). Exceptions to this guidance must have approval from the DSCA. FMS customer requests for this type of FMS support are sent through channels to DSCA. 6.16.3. There are certain restrictions as to what type of items are requisitioned by the FMS customer on B/O cases. Unless otherwise specified these restrictions include:

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Table 6.3. Commercial-Type Items Group Classification Description 26 10 Tires and Tubes, Pneumatic 26 30 Tires, Solid and Cushioned 26 40 Tire Rebuild, and Tire and Tube Repair Materiel 31 10 Bearings, Anti-Friction, Unmounted 31 20 Bearings, Plain, Unmounted 31 30 Bearings, Mounted 34 39 Misc. Welding, Soldering and Brazing Supplies and Accessories 35 50 Vending and Coin Operated Machines 35 90 Misc. Service and Trade Equipment 37 ALL Agricultural Machinery and Equipment 39 90 Miscellaneous Materiel Handling Equipment 40 10 Chain and Wire Rope 40 20 Fiber Rope, Cordage and Twine 40 30 Fittings for Rope, Cable and Chain 41 20 Air Conditioning Equipment 41 41 Fans Air Circulators and Blower Equipment 45 ALL Plumbing, Heating and Sanitary Equipment 47 10 Pipe and Tube 47 20 Hose and Tube Flexible 47 30 Fittings and Specialties: Hose/Pipe/Tube 51 10 Hand Tools, Edged, Non-powered 51 20 Hand Tools, Non-edged, Non-powered 51 30 Hand Tools, Power Driven 51 33 Drill Bits, Counter-bores, and Counter Sinks: Hand and Machine 51 36 Taps, Dies, and Collets: Hand and Machine 51 40 Tool and Hardware Boxes 51 80 Sets, Kits and Outfits of Hand Tools 53 05 Screws 53 06 Bolts 53 07 Studs 53 10 Nuts and Washers

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Nails, Keys and Pins Rivets Fastening Devices Packing and Gasket Materiel Metal Screening Misc. Hardware Disk and Stones, Abrasives Abrasive Materiel Lumber, Millwork, Plywood and Veneer Construction and Building Materiel Circuit Breakers Switches Connectors, Electrical Lugs, Terminals and Terminal Strips Electrical Insulators and Insulation Materiel Electrical Hardware and Supplies Batteries, Primary Batteries, Secondary Wire and Cable, Electrical Indoor and Outdoor Electrical Lighting Fixtures Electric Hand and Portable Lighting Equipment Electric Lamps Ballasts, Lamp Holders and Starters Non-electric Lighting Fixtures Drugs, Biological and Official Reagents Medicated Cosmetics and Toiletries Surgical Dressing Materiel Medical and Surgical Instruments Dental Instruments, Equipment and Supplies X-Ray Equipment and Supplies, Medical, Dental and Veterinary Hospital Furniture, Equipment, Utensils and Supplies Hospital and Surgical Clothing and Textile Special Purpose Items Opticians' Instruments, Equipment and Supplies Medical Sets, Kits and Outfits Laboratory Equipment and Supplies Time Measuring Instruments Optical Instruments Cameras, Motion Picture Cameras, Still Picture Photographic Projection Equipment Photo Developing and Finishing Equipment Photographic Supplies Chemicals and Chemical Products Furniture Household, Commercial Furnishings and Appliances

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Office Machines, Visible Record Equipment and Data Processing Equipment 75 ALL Office Supplies and Devices except 7540 Standard Forms 77 ALL Musical Instruments, Phonographs and Home-type Radios 78 ALL Recreational and Athletic Equipment 79 ALL Cleaning Equipment and Supplies except 7930 Cleaning and Polishing Compounds and Preparations 80 ALL Brushes, Paints, Sealers and Adhesives except 8030 Preservatives and Sealing Compounds and 8040 Adhesives 81 05 Bags and Sacks 81 15 Boxes, Cartons and Crates 81 35 Packaging and Packing Bulk Materiel 83 ALL Textiles Only 84 ALL Clothing Only 85 ALL Toiletries 87 ALL Agricultural Supplies 88 ALL Live Animals 89 ALL Subsistence except 8970 composite food packages 91* ALL Fuels, Lubricants, Oils (See Note below) 93 10 Paper and Paperboard 93 20 Rubber Fabricated Materiel 93 30 Plastic Fabricated Materiel 93 40 Glass Fabricated Materiel 93 50 Refractors and Fire Surfacing Materiel 93 90 Misc. Fabricated Non-metallic Materiel 94 ALL Non-metallic Crude Materiel 94 05 Wire, Non-Electrical, Iron and Steel 95 10 Bars and Rods, Iron and Steel 95 20 Structural Shapes, Iron and Steel 95 25 Wire, Non-electrical, Non-ferrous Base Metal 95 30 Bars and Rods, Non-ferrous Base Metal 95 35 Plate, Sheet, Strip and Foil: Non-ferrous Base Metal 95 40 Structural Shapes, Non-ferrous Base Metal 95 45 Plate, Sheet, Strip, Foil and Wire: Precious Metal 96 ALL Ores, Minerals and Their Primary Products 99 ALL Miscellaneous except 9930 Materiel Cemetery and Mortuary Equipment and Supplies Note: * Exclusions do not apply to foreign sales made for drop-in support at airbases and naval installations, or to international agreements for use of Petroleum, Oil, and Lubricants (POL) facilities. 6.16.3.1.6. Explosive ordnance items in Federal Supply Group (FSG) 13 that are bought on D/O “A” cases or system sales case lines with an “A” follow-on cross reference. Note: CAD/PAD FSC 1377 items with MMAC “ES” that are bought on a B/O “C” cases or system sales case lines with a “C” follow-on cross reference.

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6.16.3.1.7. Excess defense articles are bought on a D/O case. 6.16.3.1.8. Modification kits are usually shown by a “K” in the fifth position of the NSN. Class IV mod kits are usually placed on a B/O “V” case, but they can also be placed on a D/O “V” case. In both instances, the requisitions are input by AFSAC personnel. Class V mod kits are always placed on a D/O “Q”, “W,” or “Y” case and requisitions are usually input by the IMS/PM/AFSAC, not by the FMS customer. 6.16.3.1.9. If LM and LP items cannot be locally purchased or manufactured and they are bought through FMS, use advice code “2A” in rp 65-66 of the requisition. 6.16.3.1.10. Munitions/munitions related items with MMAC “MN or “AQ.” These items are bought on a D/O “A,” “B,” or “C” case or a system sales case. For a complete list of MMACs, refer to DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 66. 6.16.3.1.11. Cryptologic/COMSEC equipment/items in FSC 5810 and 5811 and/or MMAC “CA,” “CI,” or “CS” are bought on a D/O or B/O “O” case and selected system sales cases. 6.16.3.2. “E” Cases (standard equipment). All restrictions in paragraph 6.16.3.1 apply. In addition, the following restrictions apply: 6.16.3.2.1. Spares. Only equipment items with ERRC “S” or “U” are requisitioned on this type of case. Spares with ERRC other than “S” or “U” are requisitioned on a “KB” or “R” case. 6.16.3.2.2. Non-standard items are usually MMAC coded “XA” “XL,” “XT” “XV,” ''XW,” “XX,” ''XY,” ''XZ,” “EX,” or “PU.” These items are requisitioned on a nonstandard “E” (equipment) or “R” (spares) case or bought on a D/O or system-sales case. 6.16.3.2.3. Advice code “6P” (new and unused) is used if authorized in the LOA. 6.16.3.3. Non-standard Equipment Case. All restrictions in paragraph 6.16.3.1 apply. In addition, the following restrictions apply: 6.16.3.3.1. Spares. Same as paragraph 6.16.3.2.1 6.16.3.3.2. Standard Items. Standard equipment items (ERRC “S” or “U”) are requisitioned on an “E___” case and standard spares on a “KB__” or “R__” case. 6.16.3.4. “K___” (other than “KA”) CLSSA (FMSO II) Spares Case. All restrictions in paragraph 6.16.3.1 apply. In addition, the following restrictions apply: 6.16.3.4.1. Equipment items (ERRC “S” or “U”) are requisitioned on an “E” standard or non-standard case. 6.16.3.4.2. Non-standard Items. Same as paragraph 6.16.3.2.2 6.16.3.5. “R” Spare Case. All restrictions in paragraphs 6.16.3.1 and 6.16.3.3 apply. 6.16.3.6. “RN” Non-standard Spares Case. All restrictions in paragraph 6.16.3.1 apply. In addition, the following restrictions apply: 6.16.3.6.1. Equipment Items. Same as paragraph 6.16.3.4.1. 6.16.3.6.2. Standard Items. Same as paragraph 6.16.3.3.2

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 6.16.4. Research Products. 6.16.4.1. There are several microfiche products available to FMS customers. These products are useful when: 6.16.4.1.1. Converting LRNs to NSN(s). 6.16.4.1.2. Converting NSN to LRN. 6.16.4.1.3. Identifying/verifying LRN(s): 6.16.4.1.3.1. Name to code. 6.16.4.1.3.2. Code to name. 6.16.4.1.4. Obtaining supply management data: 6.16.4.1.4.1. SOS. 6.16.4.1.4.2. UI. For a complete list of UI codes, refer to DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 53 6.16.4.1.4.3. Quantity unit pack (QUP). For a complete list of QUP codes, refer to DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 56. 6.16.4.1.4.4. Substitute/interchangeable items using phrase codes. For a complete list of phrase codes, refer to DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 52. 6.16.4.1.4.5. Item name. 6.16.4.1.4.6. Other valuable data. 6.16.4.2. These products are used to find out what type of requisition (“A01,” “A02,” “A04,” or “A05”) is needed. Other data is used in the preparation of the requisition. For example, if an item has QUP of other than 0 to 1, the quantity (rp 25-29) ordered is in increments of the QUP. The UI is checked to prevent rejection of requisition from the SOS. 6.16.4.3. The primary research product recommended for FMS customers is the DLA Logistics Information Service. Estimated costs are used for budgetary purposes only. These products are bought on present B/O publication (“P”) cases for DoD supply catalogs, or they are requested on D/O publication cases. 6.16.4.4. In addition, FMS customers can get management data from the Stock Number User Directory (SNUD/D071) data system. Various types of management data are available to FMS customers based on stock number and type of data registration set up by the user. Customers wanting to join in the D071 data system will ask for authorization from AFSC/LG. 6.16.5. Types of Requisitions. There are four types of requisition that a customer may input: 6.16.5.1. “A01”: 6.16.5.1.1. Use. If an item has a valid active NSN assigned, the “A01” requisition should be used. Verify the NSN in the Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS). 6.16.5.1.2. Preparation (see Attachment 3).

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6.16.5.1.3. Transmission: 6.16.5.1.3.1. Usually by DLA Transaction Services or other available communications system. 6.16.5.1.3.2. Under unusual circumstances and when the priority warrants, a message is used. This method of transmission is held to a minimum. 6.16.5.2. “A02”: 6.16.5.2.1. Use. Use only if the item has a valid: 6.16.5.2.1.1. LRN. Verify in the FLIS that a valid NSN does not exist. 6.16.5.2.1.2. CAGE. Verify in the FLIS. 6.16.5.2.1.3. TO number use only valid AF TO numbers. If one or more of the above is not available, use the “A05.” 6.16.5.2.2. Preparation. 6.16.5.2.3. Transmission. Same as paragraph 6.16.5.1.3.1 6.16.5.3. “A04”: 6.16.5.3.1. Use. Use only for “NC” or “ND” (temporary stock number) (rp 12-13) items. AFSAC personnel can also use the “A04” format when inputting Class IV mod kit requisitions on a “V” case. If the “NC” or “ND” number is not in the Federal Logistics (FEDLOG), use the “A02” or “A05” format. 6.16.5.3.2. Preparation (see Attachment 3). 6.16.5.3.3. Transmission. Same as paragraph 6.16.5.1.3 6.16.5.4. “A05”: 6.16.5.4.1. Use. Use for items which do not qualify for ''A01,” ''A02,” “A04.” 6.16.5.4.2. Preparation. 6.16.5.4.3. Transmission: 6.16.5.4.3.1. These requisitions cannot be sent through a communications network because of the added information required (i.e., TO, figure/index number, CAGE, etc.). 6.16.5.4.3.2. Usually, DD Forms 1348 with the added information are mailed to AFSAC. 6.16.5.4.3.3. Same as paragraph 6.16.5.1.3. Note: The added remarks section must have the system or end item identity (type/model/series) on which the item is used. In the case of non-standard items, the FMS customer gives the FMS case on which the non-standard system or end item was bought 6.17. Hydrazine (H-70) Support for F-16 Aircraft. 6.17.1. To order H-70, the AFSAC CCM creates a C05 custom commitment (see paragraph 6.20) in SAMIS with minimum quantity order that are in multiples required per drum.

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 6.17.2. After the C05 is created and funds are reserved, the CCM creates a MIPR that includes MIPR number, document number, mark-for address, supplementary address, ship-to address, total dollars, name of product (Hydrazine H-70), NSN, quantity required, billing address, and AFSAC POC information. 6.17.3. The CCM sends the MIPR to DLA Energy, 1014 Billy Mitchell Blvd, Bldg 1621, San Antonio, TX 78226 6.17.4. DLA Energy handles the contract and transportation. A NOA will be issued to the ship-to address since this is a hazardous rocket fuel. DLA Energy will use the POC information to advise of the order status. 6.17.5. The CCM initiator will maintain the C05 status in SAMIS.

6.18. PROS Standard Item Guidance. 6.18.1. The PROS contract incorporates supply and repair of standard items when the managing activity does not have organic capability or contractual support that meets the needs of the FMS customer. The IM, together with the 430 SCMS, is best qualified to determine the appropriate course of action to fill a requisition. 6.18.1.1. Each facility may determine its own internal guidelines. These guidelines must ensure that each item meets PROS eligibility and that status has been checked to ensure there will be no duplication of support. 6.18.1.2. Requisitions Received at the SOS. If the SOS determines they cannot support and chooses to pass to PROS for support, they must include a SAMIS requisition for supply and a National Item Identification Number (NIIN) narrative for maintenance efforts which provides a statement from the ES/engineer providing all current USAF engineering approved sources, confirmation the source can perform Unique Identification (UID), if required, and ES/engineer’s name, office symbol, phone number and a statement as to how long the source approval is authorized. No items requiring approval of sources or re-approval of first article test will be passed to PROS. 6.18.1.3. Requisitions Received Direct to PROS. On occasion, the customer will process standard items to the PROS contractor using only the part number. SAMIS does not have the capability to check the Acquisition Advice Codes (AAC) of part numbers which places the burden of determination on the contractor. Upon receipt, the contractor will research against contract requirement and immediately identify all USAF standard items to the appropriate AFSC office for review/consideration. The contractor will process an “X1” status request in SAMIS (with narrative) and a DLA Transaction Services Automated Message Exchange System (DAMES) message to the appropriate AFSC focal point (cc to CCM and PROS PMO) and request approval to continue with the procurement or maintenance effort. This request will be open for 30 days. After 30 days, the request will be cancelled and an “X4” will be processed to the PROS PMO requesting assistance. If no response is received from the AFSC, the requisition will be cancelled. 6.18.1.3.1. If approved, the AFSC focal point and IM will coordinate with the ES/engineer to obtain a list of all approved sources to include name, CAGE, address, POC, phone number, fax number and E-mail address. The AFSC will respond via DAMES and SAMIS requisition narrative for supply request and via NIIN narrative

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for maintenance requests. This narrative must include all of the above information or the requirement will not be supported. 6.18.1.3.2. The AFSC FMS focal point will be responsible for maintaining this information and provide a SAMIS NIIN narrative for all maintenance efforts and provide a requisition narrative for supply requisitions. The narrative (NIIN or requisition) will include the NSN/part number, the AF approved repair/maintenance sources, confirmation the source can perform UID, if applicable and the timeframe the source is valid. It is beneficial to the program for the SOS to identify why they cannot support, but is not required. The narrative must include the ES/engineer’s name, office symbol, phone number, and E-mail address. 6.18.1.4. No country approval is needed to pass a non-programmed standard item to PROS once the managing activity determines it to be the best SOS. Normal blocker edits still apply. Section 6D—COMMITMENTS 6.19. Bulk Commitments. 6.19.1. Purpose and Scope. The purpose of the bulk commitment transaction is to control case funds at the case/line item level. Bulk commitments are used only on a limited basis for non-requisition cases when it is not practical to use custom commitments. Bulk commitments do not provide sufficient tracking of status and deliveries against cases/line items. 6.19.2. Establishment. When a LOA is countersigned/coordinated by DSCA and returned to AFSAC, send it to the customer for signature, and establish the case in SAMIS. SAFnegotiated case/line items are established in SAMIS upon receipt of the courtesy copy. Additional information can be found in the SAMIS help screen that explains the data elements and bulk commitment transaction. 6.19.3. Processing. The AFSAC case manager processes bulk commitments through the SAMIS terminal using the QAID “COM.” 6.20. Custom Commitments. 6.20.1. Custom Commitment (C05). Custom commitments allow definitization and commitment of funds for non-requisition type requirements on a case/line item. The DIC “C05” denotes a custom commitment. In addition, an open custom commitment master record is established and updated with custom commitment status, custom commitment shipment status, and deliveries. Committed value on case/line items having type commitment code “C” can only be updated using custom commitment action. In special situations (for example, AF technical orders) it may be necessary to use custom commitments against case/line items having a type commitment code “R.” When developing C05, a valid MILSTRIP document number is required. 6.20.2. Custom Commitment Status (CE5). CE5 transactions update information on the open “C05.” The “CE5” transaction allows updates to RIC and reporting activity codes, AF appropriations, quantities, commitment descriptions, control reasons, control dates, and totalcommitted value.

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Table 6.4. SAMIS Edit Data Element Estimated Shipping Date Repair Source Code

Edit Must be valid Julian Date Must be “A,” “C,” “F,” “G,” “H,” “L,” or “P”

6.20.5.1. Screen elements not given above have no on-screen edits. When all edits are passed, the “C05” transaction will be staged as SAMIS input to be processed during the daily batch cycle. This is also true of the “XDA” transactions when requested. 6.20.6. Updates to Open “C05.” Updates to an open “C05” are done with “CES,” “CS5,” and delivery transactions. All “CES” and “CS5” transactions are input using an interactive remote display station. The input screen QAID is “CCST.” The first screen has two elements: DIC and DCN. Enter on this screen either “CE5” or “CS5” and an open “C05” DCN. The second screen is the “CES” or “CS5” transaction input screen. Screen elements filled from the open “C05” data elements are: RIC, RAC, AF appropriation code (reference AFMAN 65-604, Appropriation Symbols and Budget Codes (Fiscal Year 2013), quantity, DCN, supplementary address, LOA line item code, commitment description, and project code. These ele65-ments will be referred to as the filled elements. When a “CES” or “CS5” transaction is entered, SAMIS will do a series of cursory edits on form and content. 6.20.6.1. For “CE5” transactions, the edits are based on the “CE5” transaction status code. These codes are used to show the status of a custom commitment or the update action that is to be done on an open custom commitment. They are unique to SAMIS.

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Table 6.5. Custom Commitment (CE5) Status Codes Status Code MA MC

MH MQ MZ

Special Control Date Status Code M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6

Explanation Item released for shipment or services actually completed; updates Estimated Completion Date, ECD (control date-1) and updates unit price. Increase in unit price which commits funds against open custom commitment committed value (value controlled custom commitment only). Changes the commitment description (value controlled custom commitment only). Cancellation (use only on quantity controlled custom commitments). Decrease in unit price which decommits funds against open custom commitment committed value (value controlled custom commitment only). Explanation

Establish or change control date #1 (estimated service completion date). Establish or change control date #2. Establish or change control date #3. Establish or change control date #4. Establish or change control date #5. Establish or change control date #6.

6.20.6.1.1. For status code “MA,” the only filled element that may be changed is quantity. All other filled elements must stay the same for the transaction to be staged into SAMIS. 6.20.6.1.2. For status codes “MC” and “MZ” the only filled elements that may be changed are quantity and commitment description. For status “MC,” the total committed value must be greater than the remaining committed value. For status “MZ,” the total committed value must be less than the remaining committed value. Status code “MZ” with a total committed value of zero will complete the open “C05.” 6.20.6.1.3. For status code “MH,” the filled elements that may be changed are RIC, RAC, and AF appropriation codes, and the commitment description. 6.20.6.1.4. For status codes “M1” through “M6,” only control reason and control date may be changed. Control reasons are used by the user to provide internal messages to the user. Control reason “6” is the commitment description-continued field and provides information to the billing office. Control dates may be used to have SAMIS produce a follow-up notice for the user. This notice will be produced when the control date is reached. To delete a control-reason and date, the status code modifier (*) must be entered.

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Table 6.6. CS5 Unfilled Elements Element Suffix Code Transportation Bill Code Date Shipped Mode of Shipment Repair Source Code

Edit Must be Alpha/Numeric or Blank Must be “A” - “H,” “J” - “N,” “P” - “S,” “U,” “V,” “X,” “Y,” or Blank Must be a valid Julian Date Must be “A” - “Z,” “2” - “9,” or Blank Must be “A,” “C,” “F,” “G,” “H,” “L,” or “P”

6.20.6.4. Delivery transactions update the delivered dollar value and committed value on an open “C05” by the dollar value of the delivery record. There will be no CEXs due to UI or quantity variances. A delivery record will not update the quantity on an open “C05.” If the dollar value of the delivery record exceeds the committed value, the open “C05” will be completed. 6.20.7. Reopen a Completed “C05.” If a “C05” is completed and additional deliveries are anticipated, the “C05” needs to be reopened. To do this, re-input the “C05,” use bypass code “R,” and commit the dollar amount of the anticipated deliveries. 6.20.8. Interrogation of Open “C05.” To interrogate for an open “C05,” use QAID 168. This interrogation gives a list of all open “CO5s.” Interrogation can be by RIC or RAC. SAMIS also produces a weekly list of open “CO5s” by RAC. Each RIC will receive a list of their open “CO5s.” The product control number for this weekly product is U-WOO1.-HDR. The billing offices should use this product to determine the DCN to use when delivery reporting custom commitments. Section 6E—AIR FORCE MATERIEL COMMAND (AFMC) SYSTEM SALES 6.21. Communications-Electronics (C-E) Systems and Equipment “D” Case Processing. 6.21.1. A Preliminary Technical Survey Report (PTSR) and/or an Engineering Requirement Plan (ERP) may be required for C-E sales before making up price and availability LOA data. The PTSR consists of a requirement statement, an operational concept, a statement of the customer's capabilities, and other supporting information. The ERP is more detailed than the PTSR. The SCO and the FMS customer make up both of these documents, with help from the AF as necessary. This information comes from the site survey. 6.21.2. AFSAC will: 6.21.2.1. Process request for P&A data from the FMS customer in anticipation of a buy of C-E materiel or services. 6.21.2.2. Review request from the FMS customer for P&A data.

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6.21.2.3. Send P&A request to the SOS FMS focal point (informational copy to the PM) and include a request for general availability and potential impact statements. 6.21.2.4. Obtain P&A data from the International Logistics Program focal point. AFSAC will review it for accuracy and completeness and send it to the FMS customer. 6.21.2.5. Obtain the request for LOAD from the FMS customer and send the request to the SOS focal point (informational copy to the PM); to SMC/GPSD/GPUS for Global Positioning Systems; to AFMETCAL (AFLCMC/WNMMI) for calibration services and calibration and repair of precision measurement equipment; and to the AFLCMC SATODS Country Team for TOs. 6.21.2.6. Contact AFLCMC/WFNB, Business Operations, for SAPM assignment if necessary. 6.21.2.7. Obtain a project name and code, if necessary. 6.21.2.8. Obtain and review LOAD. Data usually includes: 6.21.2.8.1. Any support required for computer hardware or software. 6.21.2.8.2. Special requirements (i.e., long-lead time, sole source acquisition, SVI, AF Policy Directive, etc.). 6.21.2.8.3. Estimated cost, IA, availability and CWT, Generic Code (GC), and MASL line number for each requested line item or substitute item. The base cost is given along with any additives for safety and inflation factors. For items coming from stock, the SOS must show one of the following inventory sources: 6.21.2.8.3.1. Excess inventory. 6.21.2.8.3.2. Inventory (without replacement). 6.21.2.8.3.3. Inventory (replacement with same item). 6.21.2.8.3.4. Inventory (replacement with improved item). 6.21.2.8.4. Cost elements, consisting of: 6.21.2.8.4.1. Nonrecurring RDT&E, and production charges. 6.21.2.8.4.2. Asset-use charges. 6.21.2.8.4.3. Contract audit services. 6.21.2.8.4.4. GFE and materiel. 6.21.2.8.4.5. Government-furnished technical documentation. 6.21.2.8.4.6. Government-furnished transportation (specify mode) including first destination transportation charges when aggregating. 6.21.2.8.4.7. Estimated costs for an initial CLSSA, or a major additive. 6.21.2.8.4.8. Statement that the materiel being priced has been reviewed and has been determined releasable by the local FDO.

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6.21.3. The AFLCMC/WFN Satellite Office (SO) will: 6.21.3.1. Obtain P&A or LOAD requests from the AFSAC case manager and send it to the proper PM or IMS. 6.21.3.2. Obtain P&A data or LOAD from the PM or end-article IMS, review it for completeness, and send it to the AFSAC case manager. 6.21.3.3. Obtain LOAD request from DSAMS and send it to the PM or end-article IMS. 6.21.3.4. Obtain LOAD from the PM or end-article IMS, and renew and send it to the AFSAC case manager. 6.21.3.5. Obtain the IPD from the AFSAC case manager, add instructions as needed, and send it to the PM or end-article IMS. 6.21.3.6. Serve as the liaison office for AFSAC case managers and the PM or end-article IMS divisions. 6.21.3.7. Make special procedures as necessary. Note: The procedures in AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 1 (when published) apply to PM actions. 6.21.4. The PM, will: 6.21.4.1. Check with the Program Office (PO) to get a general availability statement and a statement of likely impact on AF and other FMS programs. The PM will show any added information the FMS customer must give to allow for the establishment of a P&A or LOAD package. 6.21.4.2. Send the completed P&A or LOAD package to the International Logistics Program focal point. The P&A data or LOAD is based on the type of system used, source of supply, system complexity, FMS customer mission requirements, and methods of support. P&A data or LOAD is not suitable for inclusion in an LOA. Standard factors are used (such as a percentage of the system cost for an initial spares estimate). Contractor price and delivery estimates are not necessary. 6.21.4.3. Get the P&A or LOAD request from the AFLCMC/WFN SO and check with the PO when creating pricing data. The PM will check with AFMETCAL AFLCMC/WNMMI when forming the FMS customer’s PMEL requirements and will check with the cognizant manpower organization when forming added manpower requirements (i.e., task teams, in-country program manager, WSLO, etc.). The PM will check coordinate with the AFLCMC SATODS Country Team when setting up the first TO requirements and ensure releasability to the customer through the applicable Foreign Disclosure Policy Office (FDPO). 6.21.4.4. After obtaining a releasability statement from the local FDPO, give completed P&A or LOAD package to the International Logistics Program focal point, who will send it to the AFSAC case manager. 6.21.4.5. Take part in the site survey and, as necessary, in the sales negotiations. 6.21.4.6. Schedule, arrange, and chair configuration/definitization/provisioning conferences, ensuring that all required documentation (i.e., provisioning parts breakdown, replenishment spare parts list, etc.) is available for the definitization conference. The PM

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6.22. Weapon Systems “S” Case Processing. 6.22.1. The procedures in paragraph 6.21 on “D” cases apply to “S” cases. The following information also applies: 6.22.1.1. “S” cases are for the sale of aircraft systems, from either new production or inventory. This includes the aircraft, spare engines, spare parts, SE, services, delivery, and training. 6.22.1.2. The AFSAC case manager must ask for LOAD from AFLCMC Propulsion Directorate for in-production engines, and other engines. AFSAC must ask for LOAD from AFLCMC/EBH (Munitions) for Cartridge Actuated Devices and Propellant Actuated Devices (CAD/PAD) requirements. 6.22.1.3. The AFSAC case manager must ensure inclusion of costs associated for participating in the applicable Component Improvement Program (CIP) on new production sales (or IEMP on sales from inventory), the Aircraft Structural Integrity Program (ASIP), and the TCG. 6.23. Selected Systems “Y” Case Processing. 6.23.1. The procedures in paragraph 6.21 on “D” cases apply to “Y” cases. The following additional information also applies: 6.23.1.1. “Y” cases are for the sale of systems on other than “D” and “S” cases. Included in these types of cases are missiles, pods, special-purpose vehicles, and complex technical assistance programs.

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6.23.1.2. When there is no PM, the IMS division assumes the PM responsibilities. 6.23.1.3. Not all “Y” cases require a site survey or the development of an Integrated Logistics Support Plan (ILSP). Contact the Command case manager for direction. 6.24. Selected Systems “Q” Case Processing. 6.24.1. The procedures in paragraph 8.22 on “D” cases apply to “Q” cases. The following information also applies: 6.24.1.1. “Q” cases are for the sale of systems other than those sold under “D,” “S,” and “Y” cases. AFSAC negotiates these cases including all supporting materiel and services. 6.24.1.2. Most “Q” cases do not need a site survey or the development of an ILSP. Contact the Command case manager for direction. 6.24.1.3. AFSAC negotiates other package sales that combine different AFSACnegotiated cases on a single LOA, when the cases are related to a single program. These package sales are negotiated for the individual cases as detailed in paragraphs 6.27 through 6.42. For example, an LOA, which includes a B/O equipment case, a line item for a B/O spare parts case, a line item for services, repair/return, etc. 6.25. Air Force Inventory Systems - Aircraft. 6.25.1. When aircraft are sold, leased, or loaned out of AF inventory, the shelf/service life remaining on installed (CAD/PAD) items must be considered. The LOA will include a separate dollar line to cover CAD/PAD replacement support for the first 36 months of ownership. The PM checks with AFLCMC/EBH as the AFMC OPR for CAD/PAD items. AFLCMC/EBH will assist in determining the replacement status of installed CAD/PAD items based on install dates and current production lead times. Items needing replacement must be funded and ordered on the next CAD/PAD buy. Early awareness increases AFLCMC/EBH’s capability to get assets from inventory or existing production where possible. 6.25.2. Determining the condition of aircraft and installed items is according to AFI 21-103, Equipment Inventory, Status and Utilization Reporting. Section 6F—FMS CASES OTHER THAN “D,” “Q,” “S,” and “Y.” 6.26. General. 6.26.1. These cases provide follow-on support for FMS customers. A brief description of the purpose of each case is given for both B/O and D/O cases. 6.26.2. The case manager is both logistically and financially responsible for his/her cases. Each case is reviewed on a periodic basis. This helps prevent reconciliation problems at case closure. All correspondence should reference case designator and DCN. 6.27. “A” Cases—Defined Order (D/O) Cases for Munitions. 6.27.1. Munitions, including conventional munitions, issues from stock will comply with the below requirements: 6.27.1.1. If a munitions item on-hand exceeds the inventory objective, the excess is releasable. The inventory objective is the planned War Reserve Materiel (WRM)

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6.27.2. SAF/IA LOAD requests are sent to the AFLCMC/EBH for munitions procured through the Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition (SMCA). AFLCMC/EBH will process SMCA requests IAW Joint Conventional Ammunition Policy and Procedures (JCAPP) 15, Security Assistance Guidance. 6.27.3. There are additional guidelines for the repair of nuclear-related munitions assets. These items are identified with MMAC “CM,” or FSG II. Repair procedures for nuclearrelated munitions assets materiel are in Chapter 8. 6.27.4. Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), TOs, and EOD storage TOs needed are identified in the LOR. Requests for EOD TOs are sent to SAF/IAPX for release authority. 6.28. “C” Cases—B/O Cases for CAD/PAD. CAD/PAD items are subject to specific shelf or service life and it is not economically possible for the AF to buy these items except on a phased procurement basis. To support this at an acceptable economic level, the AF buys CAD/PAD items once each year using annual requirements computations. Out-of cycle requirements are placed on procurement by AFLCMC/EBH on an as-required basis. Customer requirements made outside the annual buy program are subject to increased prices, extended CWTs, and potential non-support due to minimum procurement quantities. 6.28.1. In May, AFLCMC/EBH drafts an annual CAD/PAD call letter and sends it to AFSAC. The draft call letter includes the following: 6.28.1.1. Time constraints for processing CAD/PAD cases from the start of the call letter through the LOAD process, case acceptance, implementation, and contract negotiations for the AF annual buy program. 6.28.1.2. An attached list of CAD/PAD items by aircraft with NSN, noun, LRN current shelf/service life, procurement lead time, quantity per aircraft, etc. 6.28.2. After getting the draft call letter, AFSAC completes and sends it to the FMS customer. The final version of the letter gives specific timeframes in which the FMS customers must respond with a LOR for their requirements to be considered in the annual buy. 6.28.3. When an LOR is received, AFSAC proceeds to develop the LOA from the dollar amount specified by the customer. 6.28.4. If the customer accepts the LOA, AFSAC prepares an IPD after receiving OA.

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6.28.5. AFSAC inputs requisitions into SAMIS for subsequent referral to D035 (see Section 6C). 6.28.6. The terms of delivery of the LOA must have, as a minimum, a statement that sensitive and HAZMAT are delivered Free On Board (FOB) vessel/aircraft, CONUS port of exit, under the conditions of DTC “8,” which must have an Offer Release Code (ORC) “Z.” Special transportation conditions or procedures, if required, are defined in the LOA. 6.29. “E” Cases—B/O Cases for SE and Supplies. 6.29.1. “E” cases are used to buy items such as SE, vehicles, tools, shop equipment, test equipment, and similar supply items of US origin that are frequently used by the customer. Equipment items have an “S” or “U” ERRC code. The B/O case sets up a value for buying items until funds are exhausted. The FMS country will submit a LOR signed by the appropriate signature level to AFSAC CM. The LOR will state the type of equipment and dollar value of the proposed case if the customer desires. AFSAC will input and control the requisition for these items if the FMS country desires. 6.29.2. For case-funded equipment, the organization for which the equipment was purchased is responsible for the protection and accountability of the equipment. The equipment will be inventoried annually by the using organization. At the end of the program, the case-funded equipment should be offered to the customer. If the customer does not want the equipment, it may continue to be used in support of other SAPs; turned into the local disposal office and processed as abandoned, excess, or surplus equipment; or turned into the Worldwide Warehouse Redistribution Service (WWRS), managed by AFSAC, for resale. 6.30. “G” Cases—Defined Order (D/O) or B/O Services Cases. 6.30.1. Introduction. following services.

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6.30.1.1. CETS. 6.30.1.2. IEMP. 6.30.1.3. Technical Coordination Program (TCP). 6.30.1.4. Electronic Combat International Security Assistance Program (ECISAP). ECISAP services can be on a G case; customer required deliverables must be written on a “Q” case. 6.30.1.5. FLO administrative support. 6.30.1.6. International Logistics Communication System (ILCS). 6.30.2. The purchaser's request must describe the services and scope of assistance needed, the time frame for desired assistance, and the type of case requested (either D/O or B/O). If the purchaser asks for a B/O case, the request should show the dollar value desired. Separate requests should be made for each type or category of technical assistance. 6.30.3. CETSs. CETSs are described in Chapter 8 of this manual. 6.30.4. IEMP Cases.

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6.30.5. TCP Cases. 6.30.5.1. The TCP is a follow-on support effort to continue improving systems serviceability, maintainability, and reliability (improved parts, maintenance techniques, increased inspection and overhaul intervals, modifications, etc.). The systems TCG serves as the single POC for follow-on technical and engineering support to member countries for modification, maintenance, and operation of their systems, with the exception of aircraft engines. (The AFLCMC engine manager is responsible for managing each respective FMS engine and its IEMP.) 6.30.5.2. Obtain LOAD from the AFLCMC/WFN SO (collocated at the AFLCMC Program Office location). If requested by the customer, the TCG will include LOAD for an engineering drawing line. A TCP member must submit an LOR defining their requirements and whether to amend the current case or write a new LOA to the AFSAC CCM NLT six months prior to the expiration date of the current case. Follow-on cases are prepared, processed, accepted and implemented no later than two months before the effective period of such program. LOADs will be processed and completed per DSAMS Milestones and Anticipated Offer Date (AOD) group codes, as listed in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Table C5.T6 . The TCG manager will provide the FMS purchaser's share of each year's pro rata cost and travel requirements. 6.30.5.3. TCG cases are written for no less than a three-year period. No LOA or Amendment will be written for less than three years. 6.30.6. FLO. The only service required on a FLO case is office space and the WrightPatterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) Telephone System Flight services; all other services have to be requested by the customer on the LOR (i.e., secretarial support, communicationcellular and non-cellular, internet, office equipment/supplies, etc.). Services available under a FLO case include the following. 6.30.6.1. Office Space/Utilities. Once the case manager defines the period of performance for a FLO case, they will request pricing data from AFLCMC/WFCA

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(Admin Financial Analysis). AFLCMC/WFCA will provide the case manager with the total annual cost of the FLO’s office space/utilities/maintenance services. 6.30.6.1.1. Once the FLO case is implemented, the case manager will set-up a custom commitment of 4E (reimbursable) in SAMIS for each country and provide the information to AFLCMC/WFCA so they can bill the FMS case for the office space/utilities/maintenance services. The AFLCMC/WFCI delivery reports the charges in SAMIS and DFAS makes the disbursements. 6.30.6.1.2. WPAFB Telephone System Flights. Once the case manager defines the period of performance for the FLO case, they will estimate the cost and ensure that the funds are available on the FMS case to cover the telephone service charges. 6.30.6.1.3. Once the FLO case is implemented, the case manager will set-up a custom commitment (4E - reimbursable) in SAMIS for each country and provide the information on to AFLCMC/WFCA for them to bill the FMS case for the telephone services. 6.30.6.1.4. Each month, when AFLCMC/WFCA receives the WPAFB Telephone System Flight services billing, a breakout of the applicable countries’ charges are attached to a letter and forwarded to the case manager to verify that funds are available and then forwarded on to the FLO office for them to verify the charges are valid. The FLO office will return the approved letter back to AFLCMC/WFCA for their files. AFLCMC/WFCI delivery reports the charges in SAMIS and DFAS makes the disbursements. 6.30.6.2. Secretarial Support. 6.30.6.2.1. These procedures only apply to those FLO cases which have a line item on their FMS case to provide secretarial support. The case manager will prepare a funding document request (to include a Production Work Schedule [PWS] and a copy of the FMS case if sole sourced) and forward to AFLCMC/WFCA for PR to be processed within Comprehensive Cost and Requirement System (CCARS). The Command CM is responsible for providing the PWS to the case manager to be included in the funding document request. AFLCMC/WFCA prepares the funding documents and submits them to DFAS. 6.30.6.3. Commercial Express Delivery Services. The FLO office may request to have commercial express delivery (i.e., FedEx). FedEx charges are billed to the country Government Purchase Card (GPC) and maintained by the FLO coordinator. 6.30.6.4. Internet, Telephone, and Water. The case manager sends the funding document request to AFLCMC/WFCA and they process a Miscellaneous Obligation Reimbursement Document (MORD) in CCaRS. The FMS customer receives and validates monthly invoices. AFLCMC/WFCA certifies the invoices and submit to DFAS for payment. AFLCMC/WFCA also prepares funding documents and submits them to DFAS. 6.30.6.5. International Merchant Purchase Authorization Card (IMPAC). The IMPAC allows the FLO to purchase from various sources as long as they accept the IMPAC. The maximum purchase is $2.5K, unless the item(s) being purchased are GSA-priced.

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6.30.7. ECISAP Cases. 6.30.7.1. Introduction. The ECISAP case is managed by the Deputy Under Secretary of the AF, International Affairs, Systems Division with the executive office at AFLCMC/WNYI, Electronic Warfare FMS. The ECISAP provides total system engineering and technical services support to FMS users of software reprogrammable Electronic Combat (EC) systems throughout their lifecycles. The ECISAP serves as the single point of contact for EC reprogrammable system development and follow-on support, as well as a forum for the exchange of technical information that is common to all ECISAP country participants. 6.30.7.2. For new customers there is a one-time facility buy-in charge. 6.30.7.3. Preparation of LOAD. In response to a customer LOR for ECISAP support of a system, the CM will develop a three-part request for LOAD. Part I is for AFLCMC/WNYI, Part II for HQ Air Combat Command (ACC), Flight Operations Division, SA Branch (HQ ACC/A3TS), and Part III for HQ USAF/INXFJ. (Break-out details for the LOAD are provided below.) All three organizations should receive copies of the entire request. 6.30.7.3.1. The respective LOAD sources should specify costs (for each requested system) as follows (along with the costs, the LOAD sources should provide descriptive details of services and deliverables as appropriate). 6.30.7.3.1.1. AFLCMC/WNYI for the following. 6.30.7.3.1.1.1. One-time facility buy-in. 6.30.7.3.1.1.2. ECISAP services to include those in producing ECISAP deliverables. 6.30.7.3.1.1.3. ECISAP deliverables programming handbooks).

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6.30.7.4.1.4.1. MASL (R9A)0791000EC1SAP for ECISAP-related services. 6.30.7.4.1.4.2. MASL (J7J)709Z00DATPROC for ECISAP software productrelated deliverables. 6.30.7.4.1.4.3. MASL (J8A)768ZB00KSPUBS for ECISAP-related CSTOs. 6.30.7.4.1.4.4. MASL (R4A)0074000STDSRVY(N) Surveys” to include travel.

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6.30.8. Travel and management cases are described in AFMAN 16-101. 6.30.9. ILCS Cases. 6.30.9.1. Introduction. The ILCS is developed and managed by the AFSAC as a “Q” case; follow-on support is to be written as a “G” case or “Q” case. 6.30.9.2. Preparation of LOAD. Upon receipt of a SA country initial requirement for ILCS telecommunications, the AFSAC case manager will request LOAD from DLA Transaction Services with an information copy of the request to AFLCMC/WFS. Note: The LOAD coordinator located in AFLCMC/WFI (International) does not task DLA Transaction Services for this information. 6.30.10. Aircraft ferry services. 6.31. “H” Cases—D/O Cases for Transportation Services. “H” cases provide transportation services (except ferry services) to move articles through the DTS from the point of origin or entry into US/DoD custody to a designated location. B/O cases are not appropriate for transportation cases. Additional guidance is in AFMAN 16-101, Chapter 7. 6.32. “K” Cases—CLSSA. “K” cases are described in Section 6G. 6.33. “L” Cases—D/O Cases for Equipment. “L” cases, formerly used for D/O equipment cases, are now written as “E” B/O cases with the individual items listed in the notes section of the LOA when specified in the LOR. 6.34. “M” Cases—D/O and B/O Cases for Depot Level Maintenance. Guidelines for processing maintenance cases are in Chapter 9. 6.35. “N” Cases—Special Support. “N” Cases are for multi-command and/or special services. These cases include complex technical assistance, complex training, intelligence programs, exercises, aircraft ferry, etc. 6.35.1. AFSAC will: 6.35.1.1. Receive the LOR from the customer for setting up the LOA. 6.35.1.2. Prepare the LOA and send to the customer for signature. 6.35.1.3. Maintain a signed copy of the LOA and ensure the LOA is issued. 6.35.1.4. Forward the IPD to responsible line manager(s). 6.36. “O” Cases—B/O and D/O Cases for COMSEC. 6.36.1. “O” cases include all types of actions involving COMSEC or cryptological items, except those items included in a major system sale. Basic guidance is in the DSCA Manual 5105.38-M;, National COMSEC Instruction (NACSI) 6001(C), Foreign Military Sales of

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Communications Security and Services to Foreign Governments and International Organizations; and AFMAN 16-101. Requests for major end items are sent to the National Security Agency (NSA). 6.36.2. The customer sends the LOR to SAF/IA for items within the scope of annexes B and C of NACSI 6001, Foreign Military Sales of Communications Security Articles and Services to Foreign Governments and International Organizations. Requests for items within the scope of annex “A” are sent to the United States Army Security Assistance Command (USASAC). 6.36.3. Pricing studies are sent to AFLCMC/HNC (Crypto Systems) with an information copy for AFSAC. AFLCMC/HNC sends the pricing studies data back to AFSAC. 6.36.4. AFSAC prepares the LOA and forwards it to AFLCMC/HNC. 6.36.5. AFSAC will: 6.36.5.1. Input the case in SAMIS. 6.36.5.2. Send an IPD to AFLCMC/HNC telling them that OA is available. 6.36.5.3. Input, if necessary, requisitions and send referral orders to AFLCMC/HNC. 6.36.6. The majority of the cases are B/O with the FMS customer submitting the requisitions. Some cases are D/O and the AFSAC case manager inputs requisitions. 6.36.7. Maintenance cases are custom committed. The funds document control number notices are sent to AFLCMC/HNC. More information on custom commitment transactions is in Section 6D. 6.37. “R” Cases—B/O Spare-Parts Cases. 6.37.1. “R” cases are usually set up to order spare parts of US origin and may have an ordering period of up to two years. This case sets the dollar value for items that the customer requisitions during the period of the case. Usually, only one “R” case is necessary for each customer. The AF encourages the customer to use CLSSA for follow-on spares support. 6.37.2. AFSAC: 6.37.2.1. Receives the LOR from the customer with the requested dollar-value for setting up the LOA. 6.37.2.2. Prepares the LOA, establishes a case record in SAMIS, and sends the LOA to the customer for signature. 6.37.2.3. Receives a signed copy of the LOA and makes sure OA is issued. 6.37.2.4. Notifies the customer by message that requisitioning can start. 6.38. “T” Cases—Training. “T” cases apply to all types of training, including formal courses, familiarization or qualification training, aircrew training, professional training, mobile training teams, engineering technical services, and other technical or specialists training. More information is in AFMAN 16-101, Chapters 7 and 10. 6.39. “U” Cases—Military Assistance Program (MAP).

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6.39.1. “U” cases are reserved by the AF to track Section 506 drawdowns and similar nonFMS SA GA transactions. 6.39.2. “U” case designators are used to control new GA Record Control Numbers (RCN) received on a MAP order and 506A-drawdown action. They are used for internal SAMIS processing and identification. More information on processing is found in Chapter 7 of this manual. 6.40. “V” Cases—B/O and Defined Order Cases for Class IV Modifications. 6.40.1. Class IV modifications include safety of flight, mission essential, and logistics type modifications. “V” cases can also include AF or contractor services (installation); however, installation is best done through an “M” case. 6.40.2. The AF encourages the use of B/O cases to reduce administrative processing and speed delivery. The customer may ask for a D/O case, but increased processing time and possible increase in costs may result. For safety of flight modifications, the delayed receipt of kits may cause hazardous operating conditions. 6.40.3. Pricing guidelines are in Chapter 5 and DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15. Pricing studies are not necessary for B/O “V” cases; however, if installation by the AF is needed, a manpower availability study is made. 6.40.4. Approved Class IV A (safety) modification requirements which have an application to FMS systems and equipment are sent immediately by message to all affected FMS customer air attaches or designated representative for review and acquisition through established channels. 6.40.5. Class IV B (mission essential) and Class IV C (logistics) modifications for FMS modification requirements are sent within five days after configuration control board approval. 6.41. “X” Cases—Holding Accounts and Financial Projects. An “X” case is used only by DFAS for management purposes with SAF/IA approval. No LOA is prepared (see DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15). 6.42. “Z” Case—Special Management (Non-FMS). A “Z” case is used for management control of leases under the AECA, Chapter 6, or for actions not governed by the AECA but for which similar procedures and controls are desirable (i.e., leases under Title 10 United States Code (USC), Section 2667). Reference Chapter 8. Section 6G—COOPERATIVE LOGISTICS SUPPLY SUPPORT ARRANGEMENTS (CLSSA) 6.43. Background. 6.43.1. The AF provides FMS spares support to eligible countries through initial support packages and follow-on support cases. 6.43.1.1. An initial spares package is used to establish in-country operating stocks. Operating stocks are depot and base stocks used to maintain the weapon system on a dayto-day basis. Initial support is provided through an LOA that includes the weapon system (e.g., F-16, C-130) and the support necessary (e.g., spares, SE, technical assistance,

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6.44. Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangement (CLSSA) Overview. 6.44.1. During peacetime conditions, a CLSSA is the normal means for providing follow-on logistics support for equipment of U.S. origin that is in allied or friendly country inventories. Under CLSSA procedures participating countries "buy into" the DoD inventory. Recurring CLSSA demands for secondary items shall be included in the computational system for forecasting CLSSA requirements. Assets shall be both stocked and maintained on order from procurement in anticipation of FMS country requisitions. 6.44.2. When assets are transferred under matured CLSSAs, the sales are made from DoD inventory financed by CLSSA funds, and the materiel cost shall be reimbursable at full stock list price. 6.44.3. Materiel sold through FMS under matured CLSSAs shall be given equal treatment with USAF requisitions (within F/AD) for on-hand and on-order depot stocks. 6.44.4. Materiel requests received prior to maturation of the CLSSA are considered nonprogrammed requirements. Materiel may be released, but not normally below the control level to fill non-programmed requirements. 6.44.5. On an exception basis, materiel may be transferred from stocks below the control level to fill CLSSA requirements if release of the stocks will not adversely affect the support of U.S. Forces (such issues shall not be below the safety level). 6.44.6. Requirements. When a CLSSA participant becomes a partner in the AF and DLA supply systems, the participant will: 6.44.6.1. Forecast spares requirements in advance. 6.44.6.2. Invest in the AF and DLA supply systems to allow the forecasted requirements to be bought in anticipation of future requisitions. The CLSSA participant's requisitions are then eligible to be filled from a combined pool of US and CLSSA assets. 6.44.7. A CLSSA program requires two FMS cases: the stock-level case (FMSO I) and the requisition case (FMSO II). 6.44.7.1. Stock-Level Case (FMSO I). The customer's spares requirements, financial liability, and financial investment in the AF and DLA supply systems are defined in the

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FMSO I case. The customer is financially liable for all of the FMSO I-defined requirements. Its financial investment, however, is either 5/17th’s (FMSO I case established prior to 2005) or 30 percent (FMSO I case established after 2005) of the total liability. It is the customer's financial liability and 5/17th (or 30 percent) investment that gives the AF and DLA the authority to buy and store assets in anticipation of the CLSSA customer's future requisitions. 6.44.7.2. Requisition Case (FMSO II). The customer's requisitions for CLSSA I requirements are submitted on the FMSO II case. Requisitions for eligible FMSO I items will receive support equal to the AF within the F/AD. (Items that meet the FMSO II eligibility criteria, but not the FMSO I criteria, may be requisitioned on the FMSO II case, but they will not be coded programmed and are not eligible for preferred treatment.) 6.44.8. Programmed CLSSA requisitions are entitled to support within the F/AD equal to that provided to AF requisitions. The CLSSA program does not guarantee that all eligible CLSSA requisitions will be filled immediately from depot stocks. Not all AF requisitions are filled immediately from depot stocks. Not all AF requisitions are filled immediately from depot stocks. AFSAC continually monitors the quality of support provided by the supply system. Statistics showing the quality of support CLSSA requisitions receive are available on AFSAC On-Line (AOL), with required AOL username /password at the AFSAC Metrics link (http://afsac.wpafb.af.mil/). 6.44.9. CLSSA is designed for US-depot-to-country-depot support. It is not intended to provide direct support for on-line operational aircraft. To achieve the best weapon system operational rate, in-country depot and base operating stocks should be maintained. 6.44.10. The AF must recover all costs associated with FMS customer use of the DoD supply systems. 6.44.11. One-time DCSA approval is required for an FMS customer to participate in CLSSA. Once approval is given, AFSAC manages all aspects of a country’s CLSSA program. 6.44.12. Losses to stored stocks in AF facilities from natural disaster or enemy action will be assessed proportionately against the US and the FMS customer. 6.45. FMSO I / Stock-Level Case. 6.45.1. General Requirements. FMSO I: 6.45.1.1. Defines the customer's follow-on spares requirements to be held on-hand or onorder by the AF and DLA. Materiel is bought to support the customer's CLSSA requirements and it becomes an integral part of the U.S. inventory. It is not physically segregated nor accounted for separately from other US stocks. 6.45.1.2. Provides the AF and DLA the authority to buy and store materiel in anticipation of the CLSSA customer's requisitions. 6.45.1.3. Provides the AFSAC SAMIS the capability to determine which requisitions are eligible to be filled from depot stocks. Requisitions for items and quantities forecast on the FMSO I are coded “Programmed” — eligible for support from depot stocks. Requisitions for items or quantities not forecast on the FMSO I are coded “Nonprogrammed” — not eligible for support from depot stock.

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6.45.2. Item Eligibility and Exclusions. 6.45.2.1. Only spares and repair parts stocked by the AF and DLA are eligible for inclusion on the FMSO I stock-level case. The types of spares and repair parts are: 6.45.2.1.1. AF-managed investment (reparable) items (ERRC “T”). 6.45.2.1.2. AF-managed expense items (ERRC “N” and “P”). 6.45.2.1.3. DLA-managed expense items (ERRC “N” and “P”). 6.45.2.2. Some spares are ineligible for the FMSO I because they require special management or special handling. They are: 6.45.2.2.1. CLSSA Ineligible FMSO I and FMSO II Items: 6.45.2.2.1.1. Non-standard items are ineligible for both the FMSO I and FMSO II. These are items the US does not manage for its own use. These items are identified by: 6.45.2.2.1.1.1. MMCs EX, NS, PU, XA, XG, XL, XN, XT, XU, XV, XW, XX, XY, and XZ, and 6.45.2.2.1.1.2. AACs F, L, P, T, X, and Y. Note: AAC “V” is non-standard when no stock remains in US inventory. 6.45.2.2.2. Part-numbered items (not cataloged) are ineligible for both FMSO I and FMSO II. 6.45.2.2.3. AAC eligibility: 6.45.2.2.3.1. DLA items: 6.45.2.2.3.1.1. Are ineligible for both the FMSO I and FMSO II if the AAC is A, B, C, E, F, G, I,K, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, X, or Y. For a complete list of AACs, refer to DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 58. 6.45.2.2.3.1.2. With AACs J, L, V, and W are ineligible for FMSO I, but may be requisitioned on the FMSO II. 6.45.2.2.3.2. Non-DLA items: 6.45.2.2.3.2.1. Are ineligible for both the FMSO I and FMSO II if the AAC is F, I, K, N, O, P, R, S, T, U, X, or Y. 6.45.2.2.3.2.2. Non-DLA items with AACs G, J, L, V, and W are ineligible for FMSO I, but may be requisitioned on the FMSO II. 6.45.2.2.4. Items with ineligible phrase codes are ineligible for both the FMSO I and FMSO II. 6.45.2.2.4.1. These items are identified by phrase codes C, M, P, Q, T, V, 5, 6 and 9. 6.45.2.2.4.2. Phrase code “N” is ineligible for FMSO I, but may be requisitioned

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on the FMSO II pending the condition when no stock remains in US inventory. 6.45.2.2.5. Munitions and munitions-related items are ineligible for both the FMSO I and FMSO II. 6.45.2.2.5.1. These items are identified by: 6.45.2.2.5.1.1. FSG 13 (ammunition), FSG 11 (nuclear ordnance), and FSC 4925 (ammunition maintenance), and 6.45.2.2.5.1.2. By MMC AQ (ammunition and explosives), MN (complete round components), and JB (Air-to-Ground Missile [AGM-65] Maverick missile). 6.45.2.2.5.1.3. As well as by a SAMIC updateable list of specific NIINs. 6.45.2.2.6. Certain controlled items are ineligible for both the FMSO I and FMSO II. 6.45.2.2.6.1. These items are identified by a Controlled Inventory Item Code ([CIIC] also known as the SAMIS physical security code) other than U, J, or 7. 6.45.2.2.6.2. CIICs I, M, X, Y, and Z are ineligible for FMSO I, but may be requisitioned on the FMSO II if they pass all other edits. 6.45.2.2.7. Equipment items are ineligible for both the FMSO I and FMSO II. 6.45.2.2.7.1. These items are identified by an ERRC “S” or “U”. 6.45.2.2.8. US Army, US Navy, and GSA-managed items are ineligible for FMSO I, but may be requisitioned on the FMSO II, but may be requisitioned on the FMSO II if they pass all other edits. These will be coded as non-programmed CLSSA and treated as such by the other Services and GSA. 6.45.2.2.8.1. Other items not managed by the AF, DLA, US Army, US Navy, or GSA are ineligible for both the FMSO I and FMSO II. 6.45.2.2.9. COMSEC items are ineligible for both the FMSO I and FMSO II. These items are identified by: 6.45.2.2.9.1. FSC 5810 and 5811. 6.45.2.2.9.2. MMCs CA, CI, and CS. 6.45.2.2.10. NC, ND, and K stock-numbered items are ineligible for both FMSO I and FMSO II cases. 6.45.2.2.11. Commercial consumable items (identified by FSCs – see SAMIS, Table 1107i) are ineligible for FMSO I, but may be requisitioned on the FMSO II if they pass all other edits. 6.45.2.2.12. US Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM), Global Positioning System (GPS) and Night Vision Goggle (NVG) items are ineligible for both the FMSO I and FMSO II. These items are identified by FSC 2310, FSC 2330, FSC 2340, and FSC 5855.

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6.45.3. Management Categories. FMSO I spares requirements are grouped into different categories for management purposes. Note: Do not confuse repair/replace with repair/return which is not a CLSSA support process. The different management categories are: 6.45.3.1. AF Investment (Reparable) Items — Procurement (Type AA). 6.45.3.1.1. When an item is required in country, the country may either purchase a condition code “A” asset or exchange a broken reparable part for a serviceable part. To purchase an item without sending a reparable part, the customer submits a requisition for the item. 6.45.3.1.2. SAMIS will compute FMSO I investment item “procurement” stock levels (Type AA) based on FMSO II cases’ recurring, non-Repair/Replace (Exchange) requisitions received in the past four years. (Reference paragraph 6.8 for a description of the different types of FMS requisitions) 6.45.3.2. AF Investment (Reparable) Items — Repair/Replace (Type AB). 6.45.3.2.1. When an item is required in country, the country may either purchase a new part or exchange a broken part for a serviceable. To exchange an item, repair/replace may be used. Upon return of an approved reparable carcass, SAMIS creates a replacement A01 due-out requisition with an “H”-coded serial number. 6.45.3.2.2. SAMIS will compute FMSO I investment item “repair” stock levels (Type AB) based on FMSO II cases’ H-coded requisitions processed in the past four years. 6.45.3.3. AF Expense Items (Type BB). SAMIS will compute FMSO I AF expense item stock.

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6.45.3.4. DLA Expense Items (Type CC). SAMIS will compute FMSO I DLA expense item stock. 6.45.3.5. Liability File Items. SAMIS recomputes FMSO I stock levels quarterly. Excess FMSO I stock levels, for which there is a stock level of at least one FMS customer, are moved to the Liability File. Both AF investment and expense items are processed through the liability file. DLA expense items that appear in the Liability File will remain there until all other CLSSA country’s stock levels are reduced to zero. DLA items financial liability are zero when they are in the Liability File. 6.45.3.6. Termination File Items. Excess FMSO I AF items (Types AA, AB, and BB) for which there is Stock Level Quantity for each FMS customer are moved to the Termination File. The purpose of the Termination File is to identify and clear excess FMSO I items, their respective liability based on country. Both investment (Type AA and AB) and expense (Type BB) items are processed through the Termination File. DLA items (Type CC) never move to the Termination File. 6.45.4. Interchangeable and Substitutable (I&S) master NSN. SAMIS automatically updates the SAMIS catalog I&S master when there is a change in the SAMIS catalog source data (that source is D043). Note: AF I&S may not always be the same as the other Services if they use the same NSN. 6.46. FMSO I Case Development Overview. 6.46.1. FMSO I stock levels can be established in four ways: 6.46.1.1. Recurring Requisitions on an Existing FMSO II Case. Primarily, FMSO I stock levels are based on customer FMSO II recurring requisitions (“R” in rp 44 of the requisition). If the item being ordered is eligible to be “programmed,” SAMIS will force an “R” in rp 44 to make it a recurring demand. Recurring FMSO II case requisitions: 6.46.1.1.1. Are eligible to be coded “programmed.” (Programmed requisitions are eligible for support from depot stocks.) 6.46.1.1.2. Are used to compute the FMSO I stock levels which are re-computed the next quarter. 6.46.1.1.2.1. SAMIS will compute FMSO I repair stock levels based on repair/replace (H-coded) requisitions that process on the FMSO II case. All Hcoded requisitions on FMSO II cases are coded recurring if they meet the eligible to be programmed stock level edit. Note: The repair stock level is not for repair; it is to augment AFMC stocks to support the repair pipeline. Also, it is to allow the IM to buy stocks in advance of receiving H-coded requisitions, so the requisitions can be filled in a timely manner. (See paragraph 6.8 for a description of the different types of FMS requisitions.) 6.46.1.1.2.2. SAMIS will compute FMSO I procurement stock levels based on recurring non-repair/replace (non H-coded) requisitions that process on the FMSO II case. These are normal A01 requisitions submitted by the customer on a FMSO II case. SAMIS will compute procurement stock levels for both investment and expense items.

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programmed until the maturation time period is completed. DLA (Type CC) items do not need a maturation time period and are available to be programmed (subject to EPQ edits) immediately and also subject to EPQ edits. Note: The AFSAC CLSSA PMO will use the AFSAC On-Line “CLSSA Reporting Major Add Part III application to load the finalized “Recommended Item Listing” into the SAMIS Maturation File. 6.46.1.2.3.4. Once the “Recommended Item Listing” items and quantities have been loaded into the Maturation File, it becomes the FMSO I “Equity List.” 6.46.1.2.4. The FMSO I LOA is written using the values from the updated listing. 6.46.1.3. Major Add — Overview. 6.46.1.3.1. A “Major Add” is the addition of a new weapon system to an existing FMSO I. It can also be an increase to an existing FMSO I weapon system (i.e., a country buys 12 F-16s and they already own 24 F-16s). In both instances, for the additional requirement, there is no demand history for SAMIS to use to compute stock levels, so the process described above is used. 6.46.1.3.2. An amendment to the FMSO I LOA is prepared to add the new system and requirements to FMSO I. Use the process above outlined starting in paragraph 6.46.1.2, Initial CLSSA Program. 6.46.1.4. Manual Adjustments. The customer may notify AFSAC of increases or decreases that will require an immediate change in their stock levels. This is accomplished semi-manually (manual entry with SAMIS automatically performing the updates/changes) through SAMIS system processes. There are some considerations; they are: 6.46.1.4.1. Items removed or decreased should not be again requisitioned or a new stock level will be created. 6.46.1.4.2. Normal liability and termination procedures will apply. AF items added or quantities increased will be required to go through a maturation period before being available for programmed support. 6.46.1.4.3. The process to accomplish removal of items from the FMSO I is available on AFSAC On-Line under “CLSSA Reporting” and its use is restricted to the FMSO I Case Manager and the AFSAC CLSSA PMO. Any removal of items is restricted to AF items. Additionally, if a country is requesting removal of AF items that show a demand history, the only recourse is termination with an immediate drawdown action. Should a country create subsequent demands for these items, SAMIS will determine eligibility and if necessary add them back to the FMSO I (which will increase the FMSO I Value). Note: DLA Items (Type CC) in the Liability file will not be deleted as they do not add any financial liability to the FMSO I Case. 6.47. FMSO I Initial and Major-Add Program Processing Concept. 6.47.1. When a customer first joins CLSSA, the requirements it adds to the CLSSA program are called its initial program. The addition of requirements for a new weapon system, or the addition of requirements for more of an existing weapon system, to an established FMSO I is called a major add. There are three different ways to develop an initial or major add CLSSA

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program: an AFLCMC Weapon System Manager recommendation, a recommendation based solely on customer-provided data, or if there is a system sales case, the items/quantities placed on order (only within the previous four years) may be used. Usually the PM’s recommendation is the most accurate. Note: TCTO actions, NSN replacements, cancellations, etc. are reason for using the most current and accurate data. 6.47.2. If the PM recommendation method is used, the following applies: 6.47.2.1. The FMS customer identifies (to the AFSAC CM) the weapon system to be supported by Mission Design Series (MDS) (e.g., F-16), the number of aircraft (e.g., 12), Flying Hour Program (FHP) (e.g., 15 sorties per month at two hours per sortie), number of operating sites (e.g., two main operating bases, one forward operating base), installed equipment, and the maintenance concept (e.g., Organizational and Intermediate [O&I] maintenance in-country). If the end item is spares such as a radio set, the customer will give the number of operating hours and number of sites for ground sets, or the number of aircraft and FHP for airborne sets. Requests for engine spares will include engine operating hours. 6.47.2.2. The AFSAC CM will send the customer-provided operational and maintenance requirements to the AFLCMC Weapon System Manager and ask for a two-year support recommendation – range and depth of items provided in an Excel spreadsheet: 6.47.2.2.1. A 24-month investment (ERRC “T”) item procurement range and depth spares recommendation. This recommendation is to be based on the condemnation rate of the spares. 6.47.2.2.2. A 24-month investment (ERRC “T”) item — repair range and depth spares recommendation. This recommendation is to be based on the Not Reparable This Station (NRTS) rate of the spares. 6.47.2.2.3. A 24-month consumable item (ERRCs “N” & “P”) range and depth spares recommendation. This recommendation is to be based on the condemnation rate of the spares. 6.47.2.3. This PM/AFLCMC Weapon System Manager produced data will be used by the AFSAC CLSSA PMO to develop the CLSSA Recommended Items List. 6.47.2.3.1. Items applicable to the weapon system(s), subsystem(s), end article(s), etc., are to be considered for inclusion in the recommendation. 6.47.2.3.2. The PM recommendation should be conservative. This is to preclude establishing stock-level requirements that may never be needed. Once the conservative stock level is established on the FMSO I, it will be automatically adjusted by SAMIS based on actual customer demand patterns. 6.47.2.3.3. The following are possible sources that may be used in compiling a recommendation. All sources of information available will be considered. 6.47.2.3.3.1. Application files from the D200A, Secondary Item Requirements System (SIRS). 6.47.2.3.3.2. Initial spares requirements. 6.47.2.3.3.3. Preliminary group assembly parts lists.

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6.47.2.3.3.4. MRRL. 6.47.2.3.3.5. Recoverable Item Breakdown (RIB). 6.47.2.3.3.6. International Weapon Item Projection System (IWIPS). 6.47.2.3.4. The recommendation data is to be provided in an Excel file spreadsheet. The AFLCMC Weapon System Manager recommendation should be returned to the AFSAC CM who will forward it to the AFSAC CLSSA PMO with a copy to the FMSO I case manager. 6.47.2.4. AFSAC will use the new recommendation process programs in AFSAC OnLine to process the recommendation data. 6.47.2.4.1. These AOL programs will produce the “CLSSA Recommendation Listing” . The produced “CLSSA Recommendation Listing” will show FMSO I eligible CLSSA items, FMSO II eligible CLSSA items, and ineligible items not orderable on a FMSO II case 6.47.2.4.2. The “CLSSA Recommendation Listing” will include stock level recommended quantities computed using the formula: Average Monthly Demand (AMD) times the actual lead time of the item. The AMD is computed using the 24month AFLCMC Weapon System Manager provided recommended items and quantities. The process programs will include the worldwide stock levels on the “CLSSA Recommendation Listing” for comparison purposes. 6.47.2.4.3. The AFSAC CM will send the listings provided by the AFSAC CLSSA PMO to the country for review and adjustment. 6.47.2.5. The CLSSA customer makes an item-by-item review of the “CLSSA Recommendation Listing” comparing the recommended quantities against the worldwide stock level quantities. The customer makes any desired changes to the “adjusted quantity” only. The spreadsheet formatting is not to be changed. Any additional NSNs are to be provided on a separate spreadsheet or in a text file. “Picture” (i.e., PDF) files will not be accepted for additions. If there are any deletions to the “CLSSA Recommendation Listing,” just change the adjusted quantity to a zero. The CLSSA Recommendation listing” Excel spreadsheet and any additional data is returned to the AFSAC CM who will in turn forward it to the AFSAC CLSSA PMO with a coy to the FMSO I case manager. 6.47.3. Initial and Major Add Processing Using AFSAC On-Line 6.47.3.1. Process the initial listing (regardless of source) to: edit for FMSO I eligibility, conversion to stock level quantity, and comparison with existing worldwide Levels. Add appropriate catalog data elements and compute stock level value using FMSO I price. If DLA items are not provided, the FMSO I value is increased by 25 percent to cover DLA items. The end result for this phase of the process is to have an Excel spreadsheet with all appropriate data elements. This allows a country to easily modify the spreadsheet. 6.47.3.1.1. After receiving the “CLSSA Recommendation Listing” from the AFLCMC Weapon System Manager, only two pieces of data are needed: the NSN and the recommended quantity.

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6.47.3.1.4.5. Consolidate all of the spreadsheets into one large spreadsheet keeping the tabs intact. This will result in a very large tab 1 with smaller tabs 2 and 3. Sort only tab 1 on “TYPE,” “FSC,” and “NIIN.” 6.47.3.1.4.5.1. Format the spreadsheet and add formulae to total the different types, percentage for fees, initial deposit, and total value. Also, there are two columns that must be in red: the adjusted quantity and adjusted FMSO I value. 6.47.3.1.4.5.1.1. Column “N” (Adjusted FMSO I Value) must have a formula (for each line that has data) that multiplies the Adjusted Quantity in column “K” against the FMSO I price in column “L.” This is so when the customer adjusts the quantity it will also change the FMSO I value. It will look something like this: TOTAL AA; 2,694,079.70. 6.47.3.1.4.5.1.2. Ensure there are six blank lines separating the “Types.” Two lines after the last line of data for each type, enter the word “Total” in the NIIN column, enter the type (i.e., AA, AB, etc.) for that column in the CLSSA Type column and under the FMSO I Value and Adjusted FMSO I Value columns do a “sum.” 6.47.3.1.4.5.1.3. Do this for each Type AA, AB, BB, and CC. At the bottom, sum all of the sections and add the fees and initial deposit. It will look something like this: Table 6.7. Recommended Item Listing Formulae Entries Total AA Total AB Total BB Total CC Total 20% Additive Final Total FMSO I Value Equity Deposit Investment Value CLSSA Surcharge Value Total Recommendation LOA Value Total Amount Due for Implementation

Amounts 1,228,641.02 297,247.84 206,580.70 241,819.94 1,974,289.50 394,857.90 2,369,147.40 710,744.22 35,537.21 2,404,684.61 746,281.43

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6.48. FMSO I Computations. 6.48.1. The FMSO I is a demand based process. SAMIS automatically computes Stock Level Quantity (SLQ), Stock Level Values, and Eligible-to-be-Programmed Quantities (EPQ) based on customer recurring FMSO II demand. 6.48.1.1. The FMSO I SLQ is the customer’s total FMSO I requirement for an NSN. 6.48.1.2. The EPQ is that portion of the SLQ that SAMIS uses to code requisitions as programmed (eligible for support from depot stocks). 6.48.2. FMSO I SLQ Computation. The FMSO I stock levels and case values are based on four factors: the average FMSO II case monthly demand; the lead time of the item; any initial/major-add quantities; and the current FMSO I price. 6.48.2.1. FMSO I procurement and repair stock levels are valued using the current FMSO I price. 6.48.2.2. SLQ Computation. The CLSSA stock levels are computed by SAMIS. 6.48.2.2.1. For the repair stock level, the formula is: average daily demand for repair/replace (H-coded) requisitions times the repair time of the item, in days. 6.48.2.2.2. For investment, procurement, and expense item stock levels, the formula is: AMD times the PLT of the item (in months). The PLT will range from one to 60 months. See Attachment 7 for a detailed example of the SLQ computation process. 6.48.2.2.3. Initial/Major-Add Program Processing. SAMIS will maintain initial and major add program quantities for a one to two year (normally) maturity period based on lead times and computed from the date the NSN/quantities are established in SAMIS. During this period, maturity file quantities will be added to the computations listed above. At the conclusion of the maturity period, SAMIS will incorporate the initial/major add levels into the normal stock level program records, and will also create pseudo-demand history records that will result in a future stock level computation that equals the program initial/major add quantities as adjusted by actual requisitions. Once this occurs, normal stock level, liability and termination file processing occurs. 6.48.3. FMSO I Stock Level Value Computation. The stock-level value is computed as the SLQ times the FMSO I price. 6.48.4. EPQ Computation. 6.48.4.1. The worldwide EPQ is used by SAMIS in coding recurring FMSO II case requisitions as programmed (eligible for support from depot stock). SAMIS will code eligible requisitions as programmed if the requisition quantity is less than or equal to the worldwide EPQ. 6.48.4.2. There is only one worldwide repair EPQ, and one worldwide procurement EPQ for each investment item NSN. AF consumable items have one procurement EPQ per NSN. CLSSA customers do not have their own EPQ. (SAMIS computes individual country EPQ amounts and then adds them together to determine the worldwide EPQ.)

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6.48.4.3. SAMIS re-computes SLQ and worldwide EPQ every quarter. There will probably be more EPQ available on the first of the quarter than at the end of the quarter. As a result, requisitions submitted early in the quarter will have a better chance to be coded programmed. 6.48.4.4. The EPQ is computed by SAMIS as one quarter’s demand plus any unused EPQ from previous quarters up to the total SLQ. For example: Table 6.8. EPQ Computation Examples Example 1 2

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6.48.4.4.1. In example 1, one quarter’s demand is equal to three. Since there is no unused EPQ from the previous quarter, SAMIS can code requisitions programmed up to a quantity of three. 6.48.4.4.2. Example 2 is the following quarter. SAMIS computes one quarter’s demand of three. In the previous quarter, SAMIS only received one recurring requisition for quantity one and only used one EPQ, leaving two unused. As a result, the current quarter’s EPQ is 5 (3+2). SAMIS can code requisitions programmed up to a quantity of five. 6.48.4.5. Requisitions for quantities in excess of the worldwide EPQ will be coded nonprogrammed. 6.48.4.6. The worldwide EPQ is not visible to the CLSSA customer. 6.48.4.7. Any eligible FMSO II case’s recurring investment item requisition may be coded programmed by SAMIS if there is sufficient worldwide EPQ. This allows customers that do not have an SLQ to get programmed support for their recurring requisitions. It also allows customers to requisition amounts exceeding their SLQ and get programmed support. In both of these circumstances, the customer should requisition small quantities to take advantage of available worldwide EPQ. In both instances, SAMIS will compute/adjust the SLQ based on the customer’s recurring requisitions. 6.48.4.8. Because of the worldwide EPQ concept, the IM may receive programmed requisitions from unexpected countries. The IM should not try to second-guess the programmed/non-programmed code in the requisition. IMs will support all programmed requisitions in the appropriate manner. 6.49. FMSO I Item Management. 6.49.1. Background. The purpose of CLSSA is to identify future FMS customer requirements and to augment US depots stocks so that FMS requisitions can be supported with on-hand/on-order assets. The CLSSA customers are financially liable for forecasted requirements that are in the supply pipeline. 6.49.2. SAMIS Item Management. SAMIS uses three files to project the CLSSA customer’s future requirements, and to manage the CLSSA customer's liability for the projected requirements. The three files are the: stock level, liability, and termination. The CLSSA participant is financially liable for all FMSO I items included in these three files.

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6.49.3. The liability file is used to identify excess FMSO I reparable and consumable item requirements and to clear them from the FMSO I. When the repair or procurement stock levels decrease, the amount of decrease is moved to the liability file for processing. (See paragraph 6.51. for more detailed information.) 6.49.3.1. An item can be removed from the liability file in one of three ways: 6.49.3.2.1. Based on the NIIN, FMS non H-coded (non-repair/replace) requisitions that process through SAMIS will be used to remove items/quantities from the liability and termination files; thereby, clearing the CLSSA customer's liability. There is an exception to this process: requisitions with advice codes “6P” (new and unused), “BV,” “6V,” “6W” (sole source), “2C,” “2J,” “22,” “31,” “32,” and “33” (do not substitute) are not used to clear liability. This is because these codes do not allow the IM to consider all assets when filling the requisition. See Attachment 7 for a detailed example of this process and paragraph 6.8 for a description of the different types of FMS requisitions. 6.49.3.2.2. Based on NIIN, any increase in a stock level will remove a corresponding item/quantity from the liability file. The increased stock level accounts for the liability for the removed item. 6.49.3.2.3. When there is no stock level for an item for any FMS country, any remaining levels in the liability file are moved to the termination file. 6.49.3.3. The termination file is used to track and clear excess FMSO I items and quantities when there is no FMSO I stock level for any country. The termination file is also used when an NSN becomes ineligible for the FMSO I. Items that become ineligible for the FMSO I due to catalog changes are moved to the termination file, and normal termination file processing occurs. (See paragraph 6.51 for more detailed information.) 6.49.3.3.1. An item/quantity may remain in the termination file for up to two years. Every six months during those two years, SAMIS will route “CLSSA Termination Absorption Request” forms (U-W001.-GAV) to the inventory managers via the 430 SCMS. The Inventory Managers will complete the forms using D200A and back order information. If this data indicates absorption is possible, SAMIS will remove the NSN/quantity from the termination file and clear customer liability. The requisition and stock level changes that apply to the liability file also apply to the termination file. Catalog changes that affect CLSSA eligibility and issuance and/or financial liability can also remove items from the termination file. 6.49.3.3.2. After two years, drawdown requisitions will be used to remove the unabsorbed items/quantities from the termination file. Skeleton drawdown requisitions will be created and the customer requested to provide the missing data for disposition of the unabsorbed items/quantities. Customer liability will then be resolved through normal drawdown requisition processing.

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6.50. FMSO I Levels in the Buy-Computation Systems. 6.50.1. The CLSSA FMSO I stock level, liability, and termination file items are all accounted for in the buy computations. 6.50.1.1. D200A. 6.50.1.1.1. SAMIS passes the AF-managed FMSO I stock level items and quantities to D200A quarterly. D200A is used for both investment and expense spares (ERRCs “N,” “P” and “T”). The CLSSA stock levels are additive to the computed AF stock levels. The CLSSA levels are shown in D200A under the heading “FMS.” 6.50.1.1.2. Quarterly, SAMIS passes a detailed listing of CLSSA D200A stock levels (CLSSA Requirements Listing Report W001.-GBK) to the 430 SCMS for distribution to the IMs. 6.50.1.1.3. Liability and termination file items are included in the quarterly “FMS Retention Listing” passed to the IMs. 6.50.1.1.3.1. When an item/quantity is moved from the stock level file to the liability/ termination file, it is no longer passed to D200A via the CLSSA pass, but it is added to the “FMS Retention Listing.” Note: SAMIS calculates the retention level as “the current yearly FMS demand rate times 18.5 years minus the CLSSA SLQ plus the liability and termination file quantities.” The retention level will vary due to changes in the yearly demand rate and changes in the liability and termination file quantities. 6.50.1.1.3.2. The IMs use this listing in manually adjusting their retention levels. The liability and termination file items are included in the “FMS Retention Listing” because they are excess FMSO I requirements. The IM will not buy any more to support these requirements, but should not throw any assets away either until the CLSSA customer 's liability for the items is resolved. 6.50.1.1.3.3. When the items/quantities are removed from the CLSSA pass, the D200A requirements will decrease (assuming no other changes). If this results in long supply stocks, they would show above the “Control Level” and be available to any FMS requisition. If long supply assets did not result, the assets would be required for other D200A requirements. This concept is the basis for SAMIS using FMS requisitions to clear customer liability. (See paragraph 6.51. for additional detail.) 6.50.1.2. DLA. 6.50.1.2.1. The DLA-buy-computation system is a demand-based system. Both DoD and CLSSA “K” case recurring demands are used to compute the buys. 6.50.1.2.2. Since SAMIS and the DLA-buy-computation systems are both demanddriven. SAMIS will mirror DLA’s system for the FMS requirements. Both SAMIS and the DLA system will recognize decreasing demand. The DLA system will adjust its requirements level accordingly. SAMIS will lower its consumable-item stock levels accordingly.

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6.51. FMSO I Liability Management. 6.51.1. Clearing FMSO I Liability. The CLSSA customer's liability must be addressed when an item/quantity is moved from the stock level file into the liability or termination file, or when removed from the liability or termination files. The following processes apply to reparable and consumable items. 6.51.2. Clearing Liability through Liability File Processing. 6.51.2.1. FMS non H-coded (non-repair/replace) requisitions that process through SAMIS will be used to remove items/quantities from the liability and termination files; thereby, clearing the CLSSA customer's liability. There is an exception to this process: requisitions with advice codes “6P” (new and unused), “BV,” “6V,” “6W” (sole source), and “2C,” “2J,” “22,” “31,” “32,” “33” (do not substitute) are not used to clear liability. This is because these codes do not allow the IM to consider all assets when filling the requisition. Attachment 8 is a detailed example of liability file processing. (Reference paragraph 6.8 for a description of the different types of FMS requisitions.) 6.51.2.2. SAMIS will use both programmed and non-programmed non H-coded requisitions to remove items/quantities from the Liability and Termination Files. 6.51.2.2.1. The programmed requisitions are entitled to support using on-hand/onorder stock. Filling these requisitions removes assets from the supply system. Clearing FMSO I liability and removing the assets from the supply system results in the supply system being in balance. 6.51.2.2.2. Non-programmed non H-coded requisitions that are used by SAMIS to remove items from the Liability/Termination Files will be uniquely coded with an “NU” Fund Code and a Program Code of “2.” This coding automatically causes the IM to consider filling the requisition with available on-hand/on-order stocks. If there are insufficient stocks to fill the requisition, the IM may change the Fund Code to 4F and obtain the item with FMS Direct Cite Funds. This process gives the IM the opportunity to review stocks and use them, if available, to fill requisitions that are used to clear FMSO I liability. If stocks are not available to fill the requisition, it verifies that there are no assets for which the CLSSA customer is liable. 6.51.2.3. Based on NIIN, any increase in a stock level will remove a corresponding item/quantity from the liability file. The increased stock level accounts for the liability for the item. 6.51.2.4. When there is no stock level for any FMS country, the item is moved to the termination file. 6.51.3. Clearing Liability through Termination File Processing. 6.51.3.1. The termination file is used to track and clear excess FMSO I items and quantities when no country has a stock level. In most cases, this is when there has not been an FMS recurring demand for the NSN in four years. The termination file is also used when an NSN becomes ineligible for the FMSO I. Items that become ineligible for the FMSO I due to catalog changes are moved to the termination file, and normal termination file processing occurs.

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6.51.3.2. Every six months (January and July), SAMIS will produce “CLSSA Termination Absorption Request” forms for those items in the termination file and route them to the IM via the 430 SCMS. The IM fills in the blanks with the appropriate information and returns the form to the FMS Focal Point who will input the data to SAMIS. See Attachment 9 for instruction on processing the request form. 6.51.3.3. SAMIS will use the data to determine if absorption is possible or not. If possible, the item/quantity will be removed from the termination file and customer liability cleared. If not possible, a record of the review will be made, and the item/QTY reviewed again six months later. SAMIS processing logic for the Absorption Requests is as follows: 6.51.3.3.1. If the asset position is optimum or short, the requested QTY will be absorbed. The item/quantity will be removed from the termination file and the customer's liability will be cleared. 6.51.3.3.2. If the asset position is over, SAMIS will subtract the Other Than War Reserve materiel (OWRM) and the “non-programmed FMS B/Os from the over QTY to determine an “Adjusted Over Quantity” (AOQ). 6.51.3.3.2.1. If the AOQ is less than or equal to zero (in other words short or optimum), the request QTY will be absorbed. The item/QTY will be removed from the termination file and the customer's liability will be cleared. 6.51.3.3.2.2. If the AOQ is greater than zero and less than the request QTY, the difference between the request QTY and the AOQ will be absorbed. The absorbed QTY will be removed from the termination File and the customer's liability will be cleared. 6.51.3.3.2.3. If the AOQ is greater than or equal to the request quantity, no absorption is possible. 6.51.3.4. An item/quantity may remain in the termination file for two years. If not absorbed within the two years, the item/quantity will be placed on a drawdown requisition and routed to the IM for resolution. D035A will place the drawdown requisition on “9P” exception. Normal drawdown requisition processing applies. 6.51.4. Clearing Liability Using Drawdown Requisitions. 6.51.4.1. The primary means of clearing CLSSA customer FMSO I liability is through liability and termination file processing. Drawdown Requisitions are used to remove items/quantities from the termination file both during and at the end of the two-year absorption review period. 6.51.4.1.1. A customer may remove an item/quantity from the termination file at any time using a file maintenance transaction. However, this action is not recommended as it circumvents the normal termination processing. It should only be used if the country determines that they actually do want the additional asset. 6.51.4.1.1.1. An XD5-7 transaction will remove a partial quantity from the termination file. It is used to decrease the quantity of an item in the termination file and will result in a drawdown requisition.

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Table 6.9. XD5-7 Format RP Data Entry 1-3 XD5 4-6 FNH 7 7 8-22 NSN 23-24 UI 25-30 QTY to be Removed (Prefix with zeroes) 31-32 Country and Activity Code 33-35 FMSO I Case Designator 36-40 Julian Date of Preparation 41-51 Document Number (See Notes 1 and 2) 52-54 Supplementary Address (First three positions) 55 Disposition Code 56-61 Submitter Identification (See Note 3) 62-64 FMSO II Line 65-67 FMSO II Case Note 1: Omit the service and agency code and the country and activity code from the DCN. Note 2: RP 48 must be a “V.” Note 3: This field may have any alpha/numeric entry to identify the submitter. This field must have at least a one digit entry or the transaction will reject. 6.51.4.1.1.2. An XD5-8 transaction will remove the entire quantity of an item from the termination file. The XD5-8 transaction also results in a drawdown requisition. Drawdown requisitions are only created by SAMIS when items are removed from the FMSO I and may not be input directly.

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Table 6.10. XD5-8 Format RP Data Entry 1-3 XD5 4-6 FNH 7 8 8-22 NSN 23-30 Blank 31-32 Country and Activity Code 33-35 FMSO I Case Designator 36-40 Julian Date of Preparation 41-51 Document Number (See Notes 1 and 2) 52-54 Supplementary Address (First three positions) 55 Disposition Code 56-61 Submitter Identification (See Note 3) 62-64 FMSO II Line 65-67 FMSO II Case Note 1: Omit the service and agency code and the country and activity code from the DCN. Note 2: RP 48 must be a “V.” Note 3: This field may have any alpha/numeric entry to identify the submitter. This field must have at least a onedigit entry or the transaction will reject. 6.51.4.1.2. At the conclusion of the absorption review period (normally two years), SAMIS will remove the items from the termination file and create “skeleton” drawdown requisitions. They are called “skeleton” drawdown requisitions because they are missing the DCN, supplementary address, and disposition code. The AFSAC FMSO I manager will request the missing information from the country. If not received in 30 days, the FMSO I manager will follow-up. If no response is received by two weeks before the end of the quarter, the FMSO I manager will complete the requisition using disposition code “D” and allow it to process. 6.51.4.2. Drawdown requisitions are identified by a “V” in position 11 of the DCN. The IM will see them as D035A “9P” exceptions. Drawdown requisitions process IAW the “disposition code” which appears in the management code block on the D035A DoDA screen. The disposition codes are: 6.51.4.2.1. “A” — Request the AF absorbs the item. If IM is unable to absorb the item, deliver it in existing condition, either serviceable or unserviceable. 6.51.4.2.2. “B” — Request the AF absorbs the item. If the IM is unable to absorb the item, deliver it in serviceable condition. Restore unserviceables to serviceable condition. For disposition code “B,” unserviceable assets must be made serviceable before shipment. Note: If the IM has been consistently exchanging serviceable assets

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6.51.4.5.2.2. If the AOQ is greater than zero and less than the drawdown requisition quantity, the difference between the drawdown quantity and the AOQ is to be absorbed. The IM will process a “CA” cancellation for the absorbed quantity. 6.51.4.5.2.3. If the AOQ is greater than or equal to the drawdown requisition quantity, absorption is not possible. 6.51.4.5.3. See Attachment 9 for information on processing “FMS Nonprogrammed Non H-Coded Back Orders,” Insurance/Numeric Stockage Objective (NSO) items, and items without a D200A computation. 6.51.4.6. All decisions regarding drawdown requisition processing must be documented on the requirement computation sheet used to make decisions. 6.52. FMSO I Financial Management. 6.52.1. Customer Financial Liability. The CLSSA customer is financially liable for all items on their FMSO I stock level case. This includes repair and procurement stock levels, and items in the liability and termination files. The FMSO I update: 6.52.1.1. On a quarterly basis: 6.52.1.1.1. SAMIS updates the FMSO I stock levels and adjusts the liability and termination files. The stock levels are automatically computed by SAMIS. Once computed, they cannot be manually adjusted in order to avoid a financial deficit position. 6.52.1.1.2. A quarterly financial report showing the revised FMSO I stock level, termination and liability file values is provided to each customer (CLSSA Quarterly Financial Report — GBL) through either Supply Tracking Reparable Return(STARR)/PC, REPORT.WEB, or both. 6.52.1.1.3. A line item listing report that shows stock levels and termination and liability file items and quantities is available upon request from the AFSAC case manager (CLSSA Stock Level Item List — GCB) and the product is available the next day on REPORT.WEB under the requester’s Management Distribution Designator (MDD). 6.52.1.2. On an as-required basis, the FMSO I will be financially updated. If the FMSO I goes into deficit position, the FMSO I case manager and the AFSAC CLSSA PMO will analyze and make a determination if the CLSSA customer will be notified that the total of the FMSO I requirements exceed the FMSO I case value and will be told that a LOA modification will be processed in one year to increase the case value. The purpose of the one-year period is to allow the customer time to: budget for the additional funds; initiate immediate termination of selected AF items and quantities; or change requisition demand patterns or initiate all three actions. The customer may request an amendment to increase the FMSO I value as long as the new total is greater than the total item value when the amendment is offered. If the determination is that this is an insignificant breach (minor dollar value) or that this excess can be resolved in the future, no amendment or modification will be processed, but the situation will be monitored for the next several update cycles.

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6.52.2. Close management attention by the CLSSA customer will minimize the need for additional FMSO I case funds. If the customer sees that the FMSO I requirements may exceed the FMSO I case value, they will adjust their demand pattern to lower the requirements value, or budget funds to cover the increased case value. 6.52.3. The AFSAC FMSO I case manager is responsible for the financial update of the FMSO I case. 6.53. FMSO II Requisition Case. 6.53.1. Introduction. 6.53.1.1. The FMSO II case is a B/O case that is used by the customer to requisition spares. (See paragraph 6.8 for a description of the different types of FMS requisitions.) 6.53.1.2. Only spares and repair parts (ERRCs “N,” “P,” and “T”) may be requisitioned on the FMSO II case. 6.53.1.3. Both FMSO I and non-FMSO I items may be requisitioned on the FMSO II case. Refer to paragraph 6.45.2.2.1 for CLSSA ineligible FMSO I and FMSO II items: 6.53.2. Requisition Submission. The customer may submit FMSO II requisitions directly to SAMIS by the DAMES/Defense Data Network (DDN), ILCS, STARR/PC, DSCA Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP), AFSAC On-Line, or by mail or message to the AFSAC CM. Country submitted FMSO II requisitions: 6.53.2.1. Must have a priority which is assigned by the customer based on the F/AD and the UND. Typically, the UND for re-stocking is “C.” It is important to submit requisitions for stock replenishment in a timely manner to minimize the need for priority requisitioning. 6.53.2.2. Must have a “V” Type of Assistance Code (rp 35). For more information on type of assistance (TA) codes, refer to DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.19 and DSCA 5105.38-M, Chapter 5. 6.53.2.3. Must be submitted IAW MILSTRIP and UMMIPS (see Section 6C). 6.53.2.4. Must have a demand code in rp 44 as prescribed in DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.08. All CLSSA requisitions are re-coded as recurring demands by SAMIS upon receipt to comply with DSCA CLSSA policy. 6.53.3. SAMIS Requisition Processing. Upon receipt of the customer's FMSO II case requisitions, SAMIS performs the following actions: 6.53.3.1. The requisition format is checked for accuracy. 6.53.3.2. FMSO II case dollars are committed for the standard price, or repair price for H-coded requisitions. 6.53.3.3. Recurring requisitions for ineligible FMSO I are recoded as nonrecurring (demand code “N” in rp 44). 6.53.3.4. The requisitions are assigned a programmed or non-programmed code. This code is referred to as the Cooperative Logistics Program Support Code (CLPSC). In the A31/A41 passing/referral order to the SOS, and in the AE- BU/BW status the customer

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country, a “1” indicates programmed, a “2” indicates non-programmed. In D035 products, the program code is called the management code. The below table explains the codes used in SAMIS products to indicate the programmed or non-programmed status of requisitions: Table 6.11. Programmed/Non-Programmed Codes Code 1 2

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Programmed/Non-Programmed Explanation Programmed External Code. The requisition is eligible for support from depot stocks. Non-programmed External Code. The requisition is only eligible for support from excess assets or from new procurement. Programmed Consumable Item Requisition Programmed Repair/Replace Requisition Non-programmed Ineligible for CLSSA Programmed Non-Repair/Replace Investment Item Requisition Non-programmed Requisition was nonrecurring Non-programmed Investment items only. No Worldwide FMSO I stock level. Non-programmed Investment items only. Requisition QTY exceeded Worldwide EPQ 6.53.3.4.1. For DLA expense (ERRCs “N” and “P”) items, SAMIS codes all requisitions for eligible FMSO I items as programmed. 6.53.3.4.2. For AF-managed items, SAMIS assigns the programmed, nonprogrammed code as follows: 6.53.3.4.2.1. If the requisition has a recurring demand code (“R” in rp 44), SAMIS will code the requisition programmed within available worldwide EPQ. If the requisition quantity is less than or equal to the EPQ, it is coded programmed. If it is greater than the EPQ, it is coded non-programmed. A consistent and steady demand pattern by the country will increase the number of requisitions coded programmed. SAMIS will not split a requisition and code part programmed and part non-programmed. 6.53.3.4.2.2. If a customer participates in CLSSA for just selected investment NSNs, SAMIS will code recurring requisitions for the selected NSNs as programmed within the available EPQ. Recurring requisitions for non-selected NSNs are recoded as nonrecurring, and therefore, non-programmed. 6.53.3.4.2.3. All repair/replace (H-coded) requisitions processed on FMSO II cases will be: coded as recurring demands, coded programmed within the available worldwide EPQ, and used to compute FMSO I repair stock levels. Hcoded requisitions processed on maintenance “M” cases are considered nonrecurring, non-programmed, and are not used to compute FMSO I repair stock levels. 6.53.3.4.2.4. All requisitions that process on other than a FMSO II case are

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6.53.4. D035/IM Requisition Processing: 6.53.4.1. Items are shipped from stock, or are placed on order for the country. The decision to ship from stock depends on the number of assets available, the control level and support level, the priority of the requisition, and whether or not the requisition is programmed. 6.53.4.2. Programmed requisitions with: 6.53.4.2.1. Priorities 1-3 and programmed NMCS requisitions are eligible to be filled from stock down to the zero stock level. 6.53.4.2.2. Priorities 4-8 are eligible to be supported from stock down to the critical support level. 6.53.4.2.3. Priorities 9-15 are eligible to be supported from stock down to the support level. 6.53.4.2.4. Back orders are to be released for shipment based on UMMIPS as assets are received. 6.53.4.2.5. Non-programmed requisitions will be filled from depot stocks if assets are in long supply (above the control level). The IM’s only obligation for a nonprogrammed requisition is to place it on contract lead time away; this includes nonprogrammed NCMS requisitions. 6.53.4.2.6. Support for programmed requisitions using stocks under IM control (onhand, due-in-from procurement, Due-In From Maintenance[DIFM]) is preferred. If this is not possible, new procurement by the IM, or support via the PROS contractor is an option. Programmed requisitions and repair/replace (H-coded) requisitions may not be sent to PROS unless coordinated with the SOS. See PROS section of this manual for details. 6.53.4.3. Non-programmed Requisitions: All non-programmed requisitions will be automatically processed by D035A until the asset position reaches the control level. When the asset position is below the control level, non-programmed requisitions will be back ordered by D035A and output to the IM for review. 6.53.4.3.1. Usually, shipments from stock below the control level will be made only when support for programmed requirements (USG and CLSSA) will not be affected. Shipment of non-programmed requisitions from stock from below the control level is

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accepted by DoD as a valid means of support, if such issues do not affect support of US forces and FMS programmed requisitions, and only at the discretion of the IMM. 6.53.4.3.2. The decision to fill non-programmed requisitions from stock must be made with care. To emphasize this, approval from the first level supervisor must be obtained before filling non-programmed FMS requisitions using assets below the control level. 6.53.4.4. If the IM determines that an FMS non-programmed non H-coded requisition cannot be supported from available stock, action must be taken to make sure support is available within procurement lead time. Three options are available: 6.53.4.4.1. The item may be placed on contract for direct delivery which requires that direct cite (4F) funds will be used. 6.53.4.4.2. The item may be placed on back order if enough assets are on order, or due-in from repair to meet the requirement. If not, new procurement with “4F” funds should be used. Back ordered requisitions will be given a Non-Programmed Suspense Date (NPSD). If stock becomes available before the expiration of the NPSD, and the asset position goes above the control level, release-for-shipment will be made. If not filled by the expiration of the NPSD, the requisition will be treated as programmed and filled based on priority. 6.53.4.4.3. The requisition may be routed to PROS. manual for details.

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6.53.4.5. D035A automatically assigns a 180-day NPSD to non-programmed repair/replace (H-coded) requisition back orders. 6.53.4.6. FMS Non-programmed, Non H-coded Requisitions with “NU” fund codes. 6.53.4.6.1. Normally non-programmed, non H-coded requisitions will have a “4F” fund-code and processing is as described above. 6.53.4.6.2. Non-programmed, non H-coded requisitions may also have an “NU” fund code. An “NU” fund code in a non-programmed, non H-coded requisition indicates that SAMIS used the requisition to clear customer CLSSA liability for the requisition quantity. The “NU” means that at one time there was a CLSSA stock level for this quantity, and assets may have been bought by the IM to support the requirement. As a result, the IM should examine their asset-to-requirements position and consider supporting the requisition with on-hand/on-order stock, or from repair. If onhand/on-order stocks and due-in-from-repair are insufficient to meet projected future needs, the IM may change the fund code to “4F” and place the requirement on contract, or route it to PROS. 6.53.4.7. FMS requisition fund codes. 6.53.4.7.1. SAMIS assigns a fund code to all FMS requisitions to indicate the type of funds that are to be used. 6.53.4.7.1.1. Fund code “NU” indicates that AFMC funds are to be used in support of the requisition with later reimbursement from country funds. “NU” indicates reimbursable funding.

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defined. In that case, use of the country’s equity deposit funding was not used for the purpose intended and is tantamount to misuse of FMS funds resulting in violation of the AECA. 6.53.5. Amended shipping instructions as described in AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 1 (when published) may be used to support FMS back orders. 6.53.6. Approved suitable substitutes will be provided through the I&S program except for H-coded requisitions. Repair/replace must always replace the returned unserviceable with the same level of asset. If the replacement is an older I&S item, the country will be placed in a position of losing money on the exchange. If the replacement is an older I&S item, the AF will (in most cases) lose money on upgrading the returned item to the newer configuration or will lose money by needing to dispose of the older item. By law, the AF can neither make nor lose money in supporting a FMS. 6.53.7. Programmed requisitions are subject to Maximum Release Quantity (MRQ) edits. 6.53.8. FMSO II costs include: 6.53.8.1. The cost of the materiel shipped. 6.53.8.2. A 3.8 percent administrative charge. This fee funds DoD costs involved in negotiating, implementing, and managing the case. 6.53.8.3. For non-stock fund shipments, the PCH&T charge (3.5 percent) and inland CONUS transportation charge (3.75 percent) are applied when applicable. 6.53.9. Depot shipments of stock-fund items and shipment of items from stock-fund contracts are considered stock-fund sales. Stock-fund sales help the AFSC meet its sales goals and their unit cost targets. FMS requisitions placed on direct cite (4F) procurement or routed to PROS are not stock-fund sales. 6.54. The Quality of Storage, Maintenance, and Modifications. The quality of items furnished by the DoD to the CLSSA customer will be the same in all respects to that furnished to AF. Items identified by the FMS customer on the FMSO I, will be stored, maintained or modified, as the case may be, in the same way as identical items for the AF. The FMS customer is charged for modification kits/materiel IAW FMS procedures for depot stock that is upgraded. 6.55. CLSSA Funding. 6.55.1. FMSO I: 6.55.1.1. The FMSO I case is divided into two parts: Part A, the on-hand portion; and Part B, the on-order dependable undertaking which provides the OA necessary to award the contracts needed to support the CLSSA customer through the administrative and procurement lead times. 6.55.1.1.1. Cash paid on acceptance of the FMSO I is equal to 5/17ths of the total case value and is known as the equity deposit. As the case increases, the 5/17ths investment increases. This is a refundable charge. Note: Countries entering the CLSSA program after December 2005 will be charged an equity deposit of 30 percent (instead of 5/17ths).

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6.55.2. FMSO II: 6.55.2.1. The FMSO II LOA will include the estimated total materiel cost and the following additional charges: 6.55.2.1.1. An appropriate transportation charge for non- stock fund shipments. 6.55.2.1.2. A prescribed administrative charge. Currently this is 3.8 percent. 6.55.2.2. The customer will make an initial deposit with the DFAS in cash for the amount stated on the face of the FMSO II LOA. Quarterly payments will be made to DFAS by the FMS customer IAW the LOA payment schedule. 6.56. CLSSA Termination. 6.56.1. Termination is the cancellation of the CLSSA program in its entirety or the elimination of one or more weapons or other major systems from the CLSSA program. 6.56.2. The AFSAC On-Line CLSSA Reporting program will be used to terminate Parts or all of the customer’s CLSSA program. 6.56.3. Refer to DoDI 2000.20, Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangements, for ramifications of the termination process. 6.56.4. When the termination file process is complete, the case manager will prepare an LOA modification or amendment to reduce the FMSO I case by an appropriate amount. When the case is reduced, the corresponding 5/17th investment can then be returned to the country. The case manager will send an E-mail to AFLCMC/WFCI, who will in turn notify HQ AFMC/FMRS, who will request refund authority from SAF/FMBMR. Upon approval, AFLCMC/WFCI will coordinate the transfer of funds by DFAS-JACK/CO and DFASJAX/IN. 6.56.5. SAMIS CLSSA Report Products: 6.56.5.1. SAMIS produces CLSSA and repair/replace report products for use by the customer to manage their CLSSA and repair/replace programs. Some of these reports are “push” reports automatically generated by SAMIS and provided in various media to the

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customer. Other SAMIC reports are “pull” reports that the customer can order which will also be sent to various media. 6.56.5.2. In order for these report products to be available for the customer, there are several conditions that must exist. The customer must have: 6.56.5.2.1. A SAMIS account (to get an MDD) so that the “pull” products can be ordered. 6.56.5.2.2. A REPORT.WEB account in order to view/print/save the report products. 6.56.5.2.3. Most importantly, their media and copy requirements recorded in SAMIS. Section 6H—- REQUIRED AVAILABILITY DATE (RAD) MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 6.57. Overview. The AF RAD management program is implemented by the procedures in this section. The RAD is used to help the AF meet its delivery commitments found in the accepted and funded LOA. 6.58. Application of RADs. 6.58.1. The RAD is in rp 63-64 of the DD Form 1348 or 1348M requisition. It is preceded by an alpha code “A” in rp 62. 6.58.2. Numeric codes in number of months do not necessarily mean the corresponding calendar month. For example, if the date on a requisition is June, and the RAD assigned is 10 months, the 10 is not the calendar month of October. It is April of the following year. 6.58.3. Changes to a RAD are usually directed by the PM (for activation case) and country/case manager (D/O case) if the activation date or need date changes. The RAD is not necessarily the same as the ESD. Changes in the ESD will not result in a RAD change. 6.59. Purpose of a RAD. 6.59.1. RADs show delivery commitments for major weapons systems, end items, concurrent spares/repair parts, and equipment type items bought under FMS cases and/or GA program lines. 6.59.2. RADs show when extra action is needed to improve ESDs. 6.59.3. RADs will not be used to delay or suspense shipment of items in long supply. 6.60. Scope. This section dictates who sets up RADs for requisitions supporting initial activation, D/O cases, and GA program lines. 6.61. Administrative. All correspondence on RAD adjustments will be maintained as part of the total case or RCN file and retired with the complete file. 6.62. Categories Excluded from RAD Assignment. 6.62.1. FMS. RAD control procedures do not apply to B/O cases, open end, or CLSSA requisitions submitted by the FMS customer. 6.62.2. MAP. RAD control procedures do not apply to requisitions sent by the FMS customer for follow on spares and other program lines specifically excluded from RAD control.

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6.63. Conditions Impacting RAD Assignments. 6.63.1. The following conditions impact RAD assignments and are used by all individuals authorized to set up and/or assign RADs. 6.63.1.1. Weapon system activation date. 6.63.1.2. Item is needed before the activation date for training, facilities, delivery support, etc. 6.63.1.3. Item is available from in-country stocks. 6.63.1.4. Customer has asked for a specific delivery date. 6.64. RAD Assignment Responsibilities. 6.64.1. Initial Activation Cases. 6.64.1.1. The PM is responsible for assigning RADs to all initial activation case requisitions with case designators ''D,'' “Q,” “S,” “W,” or “Y.” 6.64.1.2. The PM-assigned RAD will be 15 days before the in-country activation date of the aircraft, weapons system, major end item, etc., as shown in the LOA. Exceptions are, such as when the FMS customer asks for a specific date and the requested date is in the approved LOA or approved by the SAF country director. When this occurs, the requested date is put on the requisition as the RAD. Another exception would be when a partial delivery for spares is provided and the remaining items will be supplied by the next need date, the new RAD will be entered. 6.64.2. Follow-on Support Cases. 6.64.2.1. AFSAC case managers are responsible for assigning RADs to requisitions for “A,” “C,” “Q,” and “V” cases. These RADs are based on CWTs shown in the LOA data (provided by the AFLCMC case/line manager) unless the FMS customer asks for a specific RAD and it is in the LOA with the agreement of the IMS. 6.64.2.2. Military Assistance. 6.64.2.2.1. The case managers will assign RADs to all requisitions for end items, initial SE, concurrent spares, and spare parts applicable to major end items and weapon systems. 6.64.2.2.2. These RADs can be set up for 15 days before the in-country activation date of the weapon system or major end item, or as a country specified RAD when they are in the LOA. 6.65. RAD Review Responsibilities. 6.65.1. The IMS will review the D035A computer systems generated management products to check on the RADs assigned. 6.65.2. The PM will review SAMIS product PCN: U-W001.-HBB, “Open Requisitions: Status Code Interrogation,” U-W001.-HBC, “Comprehensive Requisition/Custom Commitment Data” (Reports Control System [RCS]: MTCIA(AR)8407), or U-W00l.-HCC (product 20), “ESD Exceeds RAD Notice,” to check the status of requisitioned items.

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6.65.3. The case managers will review the SAMIS product PCN: U-W001.-HBB, to check the overall status of items supporting their cases. This product can serve as a basis for starting follow-up actions with the IMS/PM when it seems a problem has or could develop. 6.66. Management Actions to Meet an Assigned RAD. 6.66.1. IMSs are expected to take extra actions to fill requisitions before RAD expiration. These include: 6.66.1.1. Accelerating manufacture and/or repair when acceleration charges are approved. 6.66.1.2. Amending shipping instructions. 6.66.1.3. Shipping partial quantities from stock. 6.66.1.4. Buying the item on a Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA). 6.66.1.5. Telling an PM to buy the item on a provisioned item order. 6.66.2. PMs must monitor assigned weapon system activation programs to make sure IMSs take action to ship at least a partial quantity of all requisitioned initial spares, repair parts, and SE before the RAD. 6.67. RAD Management Responsibilities. 6.67.1. The IMS will: 6.67.1.1. Prepare “ZFY” file maintenance transactions and process them to D035 when a RAD is adjusted by the PM or case manager. 6.67.1.2. Review computer generated management products to check on RADs assigned/adjusted. 6.67.2. The PM will: 6.67.2.1. Direct a RAD change if initial activation date is changed. 6.67.2.2. Check computer generated management products to review RADs assigned to requisitions supporting weapon systems activation. 6.67.2.3. Answer requests for help or guidance from the IMS, case manager, or the FMS customer. 6.67.3. AFSAC case managers will: 6.67.3.1. Check computer generated management products for RADs assigned to FMS cases or GA program lines they manage. 6.67.3.2. Make follow up actions to the IMS/PM to make sure every effort is made to meet the RAD. 6.68. RAD Adjustments—Why. RADs are adjusted if: 6.68.1. The FMS customer asks for an adjustment in the delivery schedule on a D/O case (SAF approved). 6.68.2. A partial delivery is made to provide short term support, and the balance is not needed in country until a later date to maintain full term support.

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6.68.3. The delivery schedule for initial support on an activation program is changed. Note: RADs will not be changed just because of a slippage in the estimated shipping date. 6.69. RAD Adjustment—Who. 6.69.1. The PM or case manager will direct the IMS in maintaining/adjusting RADs. The IMS will prepare file maintenance transactions to adjust RADs with direction from the PM or case manager. 6.69.2. If there is no IMS, the PM/case manager sends an E-mail with NSN, and nomenclature to the 430 SCMS to request assistance. 6.70. RAD Adjustment—How. 6.70.1. For items managed by D035. Upon direction of the PM or case manager, the IMS will prepare and send to D035, a “ZFY” file maintenance transaction (AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 1 when published). 6.70.2. For Items Not Managed by D035 (Such As Services). RADs are not assigned to these items. Custom commitment controls are usually used. 6.71. Items Controlled by MILSTRIP. 6.71.1. Customer Notification. When the IMS inputs a “ZFY” transaction to D035, a “B3” MILSTRIP status is produced. It is the official FMS customer notification of an RAD update. Further action is not necessary unless the FMS customer can justify asking for a written notification. The customer must depend on our mechanized status reporting. Written notification will be given by the PM or the case manager. 6.71.2. Case Manager Notification. After updating the D035 data base, notice of the RAD update is passed through different data systems to SAMIS. Case managers will send these products to the PM when the products are not available through local terminals. SAMIS produces the following RAD status products (refer to the SAMIS online users guide for more information): 6.71.2.1. RAD Change Notice (PCN: U-W001.-HCB). 6.71.2.2. ESD Exceed RAD Notice (PCN: U-W001.HCC). 6.71.2.3. RAD Has Passed (PCN: U-W001.-HCD). 6.71.3. IMS Notification. A D035 system management product is sent monthly to the IMS. This product is AD032.1L2-MB-GBZ, Grant Aid/FMS Back Order Listing (Manager Designator Sequence). It is used for management research and corrective action to solve delinquent delivery schedules for materiel. 6.72. Items Not Controlled by MILSTRIP. 6.72.1. The IMS must take action when an ESD slips more than 90 days. The IMS must notify the case manager of the slippage in writing. This notification will explain why the slippage occurred and provide a new ESD. Sufficient documentation to support this slippage will be included in the notification. Any corrective actions that are being taken, or being considered, will also be included. 6.72.2. The Case Manager will:

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6.72.2.1. After receiving written notice of the slippage, notify the agency/activity that processed the LOA. The agency/activity will prepare “notification of modification of offer and acceptance.” The notification of modification of offer and acceptance is sent to the FMS customer. Since these slippages are not MILSTRIP controlled, this form is official notification to the customer of an ESD slipping more than 90 days. 6.72.2.2. Maintain all correspondence in the case file until the case is completed. After the case is completed, all correspondence is retired as part of the whole case file. 6.73. IMS Computer Support System (D035A). 6.73.1. To help the IMSs meet their RAD assignment responsibilities, D035A is programmed to routinely provide a specialized RAD management product. 6.73.2. PCN A-D035.4L2-MB-GBZ is the D035 system monthly product that gives the status of all ESDs that exceed the RAD or will exceed the RAD in the next 45 days. This product prints in manager designator sequence, as of the 10th of each month. 6.73.3. Copies of PCN A-D035.-1L2-MB-GBZ are sent to the IMS through the division control point. This product is reviewed to identify items needing extra management actions to meet the RAD (paragraph 6.66). The listing is annotated to show actions to be taken. The original product is kept by the IMS. Copy number one is given to the immediate supervisor. 6.74. PM and Case Managers' Support System (SAMIS). To help the PM and the case managers to meet their RAD management responsibilities, SAMIS will provide specialized RAD management reports. These reports are available to the PM and materiel managers through local SAMIS terminals. When the PM or case manager directs a RAD change, the “ZFY” file maintenance data transaction is input to the D035 system by the IMS. Section 6I—TRANSPORTATION 6.75. Ferrying of Aircraft. When ferrying of aircraft is involved, it is the responsibility of the FMS customer to negotiate with AFSAC on a case-by-case basis for flight delivery of aircraft bought under the FMS program. All costs involved are paid by the recipient customer as documented on the applicable LOA. SA materiel will be transported according to the policy and procedures in DTR 4500.9-R, Part II, Cargo Movement. 6.76. Packaging and Marking. FMS materiel will be packaged IAW the latest revision of Military Standard (MIL-STD) 2073-1E, Department of Defnese: Standard Practice for Military Packaging, and AFMCI 24-201, AFMC Packaging and Materials Handling Policies and Procedures. Military preservation and Level B packing per MIL-STD-2073-1E is required for OSs air shipments. Military preservation and Level A packing per MIL-STD-2073-1E is required for OS surface shipment. All FMS shipments shall be marked IAW the latest revision of MIL-STD-129P, Department of Defense Standard Practice: Military Marking for Shipment and Storage. 6.76.1. Required markings will also include the following items. 6.76.1.1. FMS case identifier. 6.76.1.2. Transportation Control Number (TCN).

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6.76.2. Consolidation policy is governed by DLM 4000.25-1, Chapter 6, paragraph 6.17. Consolidations of FMS materiel may be made when the following criteria are met: 6.76.2.1. Same US sponsoring service. 6.76.2.2. Same FMS case designator. 6.76.2.3. Same “Mark For” location. 6.76.2.4. Same “Ship To” FF location. 6.76.2.5. The same priority designator — materiel with priority designators 01-08 may be consolidated, but will not be mixed with materiel of lower priorities. 6.76.3. Consolidation is not done when the physical configuration of an item is incompatible with other items shipped to the same destination. Items designated as explosives are not consolidated with other items destined to the same consignee. HAZMAT may be consolidated unless prohibited by the loading and storage instructions of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Transportation. 6.76.4. When FMS materiel is shipped to a FF (other than “XX”, rp 46-46) and a specific code (other than a numeric zero) is in rp 33, clear text in-country destination addresses are marked on shipping containers. “Ship-to” and “mark-for” codes and related clear text address information is contained in DLM 4000.25-1, Volume 6, Chapter 3. 6.77. Preparation and Distribution of DD Form 1348-1A. 6.77.1. One set of the release/receipt documents, DD Forms 1348-1A, is prepared and distributed IAW DLM 4000.25-1, Chapter 5. The DD Form 1348-1A consists of a three copy set. Copy number 1 will be retained by the shipper; copy number 2 will be secured to the outside of the shipping container in a waterproof envelope; and copy number 3 will be placed inside the shipping container. If items are consolidated for shipment, a copy of the DD Form 1348-1A for each item will be placed inside the waterproof envelope and affixed to the outside of the shipping container. Copies of the DD Form 1348 are available on the DSCA SCIP in the Enhanced Freight Tracking System (EFTS). 6.77.2. The preceding distribution procedures are applicable to the DD Form 1149. Section 6J—PROCESSING FMS SUPPLY DISCREPANCY REPORTS (SDR) 6.78. Purpose. This section establishes guidance, responsibilities and procedures for submitting and processing AF SDRs for FMS shipments. The term “Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR)” identifies all forms and formats of discrepancy reports that have evolved from SF 364. The FMS customer submits SDRs via the AFSAC Online SDR Submission Wizard tool (automated SF 364

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equivalent to get possible financial adjustment, disposition instructions for discrepant materiel, or for information only. As a general rule, the SDR is not submitted for replacement of materiel; the replacement/repair option remains available to the DoD ICP/Integrated Materiel Manager (IMM) or contractor when this is the most reasonable solution. 6.79. Scope. This section applies to AF agencies that provide SA materiel from stock and procurement to FMS customers through an LOA. Types of discrepancies reported include those identified in DLM 4000.25, Volume 2, Chapter 17, paragraph C17.1.7. and AFJMAN 23-215 . The following types of discrepancies are excluded from the responsibilities and procedures identified in this section: 6.79.1. Deficiencies, such as those identified in TO 00-35D-54, Chapter 5, which are reported only for analysis, repair, replacement, or information, but have no possibility of obtaining financial reimbursement. If financial reimbursement/restitution is desired, SA customers must report product quality deficiencies on an SDR. 6.79.2. Discrepancies identified in DLM 4000.25, Volume 2, Chapter 17, paragraph C17.1.6.and AFJMAN 23-215, paragraph 3b. 6.80. General. 6.80.1. AFSAC is the designated AF FMS SDR ILCO found in DLM 4000.25, Volume 2, Chapter 17; AFMAN 16-101, paragraph 5.10; and AFJMAN 23-215. AFSAC and the term ILCO are used interchangeably in this section. 6.80.2. All correspondence to and from FMS customers for SDR processing will be directed to and from the ILCO. 6.80.3. Credits or debits, as a result of processing SDRs are applied to the proper FMS case or to the FMS customer's trust fund, if the case is closed. 6.81. Roles and Responsibilities. 6.81.1. AFLCMC/WFN (with the appropriate HQ AFMC coordination) will designate the SDR control office at AFMC centers that receive SDRs from the ILCO. 6.81.2. The ILCO will: 6.81.2.1. Act as the AF FMS SDR processing office ensuring compliance with AFMAN 16-101, paragraph 5.10. 6.81.2.2. Receive all AF SDRs from the FMS customers. 6.81.2.3. Provide electronic acknowledgements of receipt and access to SDR Monthly Status Reports via AFSAC Online to FMS customers. 6.81.2.4. Input reply into DoD WebSDR to reject SDRs to FMS customers that do not meet submission requirements. Rejection will include an explanation for the SDR denial. 6.81.2.5. Process SDRs according to DLM 4000.25, Volume 2, Chapter 17; AFJMAN 23-215; and this section. 6.81.2.6. Control/track and adjudicate the customers' claims by approving or disapproving SDR decisions given by the commands or agencies. HQ AFMC centers, other AF MAJCOMs, and their subordinate organizations make decisions on SDRs based

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6.81.3. FMS customers will: 6.81.3.1. Use the AFSAC Online SDR Submission Wizard tool (automated SF 364 equivalent) to report shipping, packaging, services, and billing discrepancies and product quality deficiencies in SA shipments. A hard-copy of SF 364 can be submitted only if web access is not available. An SF 364 and SDR are used interchangeably in this section. 6.81.3.2. Submit SDRs (electronically or via hard copy SF 364) with supporting documentation to the ILCO for processing IAW DLM 4000.25, Chapter 17; AFJMAN 23-215; and AFMAN 16-101. 6.81.4. Additional responsibilities can be found in AFMAN 16-101, paragraph 5.10. 6.82. Submission Procedures. 6.82.1. The ILCO receives all SDRs against FMS shipments IAW the time limit specified in the LOA standard terms and conditions. Claims received after the one-year time limit are disallowed unless an extended warranty exists on discrepant item, or the ILCO determines that unusual and compelling circumstances exist, the most common involving latent defects. A latent defect must be substantiated with evidence that a receipt inspection was performed and the defect could not be detected at that time and that the defect is present for reasons other than deterioration or damage incurred during storage or handling. 6.82.1.1. FMS countries submitting an SF 364 for deficient materiel under the PQDR category (discrepancy code “Q1”) which may be a safety-of-flight deficiency will refer to TO 00-35D-54, Chapter 5. 6.82.1.2. For suspected defective materiel problems which do not meet the SDR submission criteria (do not submit an SDR): TCP/IEMP member countries will notify the TCG IAW TO 00-35D-54, Chapter 5. Non-TCP/IEMP member countries will notify their respective AFSAC CM. 6.82.2. SDRs for billing discrepancies are submitted no later than one year from the date the billing transaction that caused the discrepancy first appeared on the FMS customer's quarterly DD Form 645A, Foreign Military Sales Billing Statement. 6.82.3. SDRs for financial discrepancies (administrative and/or below-the-line accessorial costs) will be submitted to the ILCO and forwarded to DFAS-IN/JAXDB Indianapolis for processing. 6.82.4. The FMS customer or his authorized representative prepares and submits SDRs to the ILCO IAW the procedures in DLM 4000.25, Volume 2, Chapter 17; AFJMAN 23-215; and as implemented by this section. The SDR is submitted to AFLCMC/WFIUB, 5454 Buckner Road, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 45433 for AF FMS requisitions.

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6.82.5. AF FMS SDRs are normally submitted electronically via the AFSAC Online SDR Submission Wizard. The wizard enables customers to attach applicable release/receipt document which accompanied the materiel and any supporting documents to justify the claim. If a hard copy SF 364 is provided, it must include applicable supporting documents so the ILCO can load the SDR into the online tool for processing. 6.82.6. The following are some general guidelines for preparing SDR submissions. The online wizard will prompt users to provide this information so the block number references only apply to hard copy SF 364 submissions. 6.82.6.1. A unique 5-position report number (ANNNN) must be assigned by country for every SDR reported against a master country code/case designator/line item (i.e., CC/KBD/001/T0001). 6.82.6.2. Avoid the use of the letter “R” in the report number. The letter “R” is reserved for ILCO use only to correct any report numbers that are found to be duplicated. 6.82.6.3. Enter in block 5b the number and date of the vendor's invoice or shipper's bill number, not the quarterly billing statement number. Attach a copy of the invoice to SF 364. 6.82.6.4. Enter in block 7a the shipment number (when more than one shipment is made under a contract requisition) and contract/contract line item number/document number (e.g., contract or purchase order). Include the shipment date to distinguish multiple shipments from a contractor source. 6.82.6.4.1. A separate SDR must be submitted for each shipment when multiple shipments occur on a requisition. 6.82.6.5. Enter in block 9c the quantity shown on the applicable release/receipt document as being shipped and billed. 6.82.6.6. Block 12 - Remarks - This block is used for any supplemental information when the combination of discrepancy codes and action codes need clarification or when a discrepancy needs an explanation. 6.82.6.6.1. On SDRs involving shortages, the FMS customer will cite whether all containers shown as shipped on the issue release/receipt document were received. 6.82.6.6.2. On SDRs involving non-receipt, the FMS customer must attach a written statement from their FF confirming that the shipment has not been received on the requisition and TCNs that apply. 6.82.6.6.3. On SDRs involving damaged materiel, the FMS customer must provide evidence that the damage existed before shipment from the SOS or that the damage was caused by a packaging deficiency. 6.82.6.6.4. When reporting PQDRs or damaged materiel, detailed deficiency data must be included for investigation purposes. In addition to photographs, test data, and related documentation, the following information must be included: 6.82.6.6.4.1. All information required per DLM 4000.25, Volume 2, paragraph C17.5.9. and AFJMAN 23-215, Appendix B, specifically Table B-1, item 10d.

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6.83. General Processing Procedures. 6.83.1. The ILCO will electronically transmit the customer’s SDR and attachments through DoD WebSDR to the SDR control office for processing within the timelines prescribed by DLM 4000.25, Volume 2, paragraphs C17.3.11.2.2. 6.83.2. The SDR control office will work with the supplier (e.g., IM or contractor) to investigate and provide resolution of the SDR. The SDR control office will adhere to the timeframes provided in DLM 4000.25, Volume 2, paragraph 17.3.11.4. The purpose of the investigation is to: 6.83.2.1. Determine the validity of the materiel deficiency reported by the FMS customer. 6.83.2.2. Determine, and support by facts and documented evidence, the cause of the materiel deficiency. 6.83.2.3. Determine the corrective measures necessary to prevent repeated discrepancies. 6.83.3. The investigating organization(s) must give enough details to substantiate their recommendation. The investigation results, which include the cause of the materiel deficiency, corrective action and recommendation must be documented, signed, dated and returned to the SDR control office. The investigation results must be provided with the reply to the FMS customer for SDRs reporting quality deficiencies. Neither FMS administrative funds nor USG funds and assets are used to absorb the cost of an SDR transaction unless the USG is legally determined to be liable for resolution of the SDR. 6.83.3.1. When it is determined that USG action/inaction caused a discrepant contractor shipment (direct cite funded “4F”), a request for credit from administrative funds with justification is provided with the investigation results and recommendation to the SDR control office.

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6.83.3.2. If item management responsibility for an item has transferred to another component after the date of shipment, the Losing Item Manager (LIM) will involve the Gaining Item Manager (GIM) in the investigation to validate the item deficiency, obtain disposition instructions and purge DoD inventory of any deficient items, if required. All action initiated between the LIM and GIM will be provided with the investigation results and recommendation to the SDR control office. 6.83.4. The SDR control office will, based upon the investigating organization's recommendation (including the cause and corrective action for a quality deficiency), take one of the following actions: 6.83.4.1. Input reply into DoD WebSDR, using comments/guidance received, to provide ILCO with the investigation results. Reply will contain the appropriate disposition reply status code(s) and all supporting documents. Reply will be electronically transmitted from DoD WebSDR to the ILDO for distribution to the customer. Current disposition reply status code listing is available in DLM 4000.25. 6.83.4.2. If reply contains a request for additional information or for materiel/exhibit returns to USG, ILCO will forward request to FMS customer and close SDR pending receipt of additional information/materiel. If additional information is not received within 45 days, SDR will be denied and automatically closed. If materiel is not returned within 180 days, SDR will be denied and automatically be closed. 6.83.4.3. On validated SDRs, process credits against shipments from stock using the same funds as used in the original debit. All direct cite (4F) credits, except delivery reporting errors or contract adjustments, are sent to the ILCO with a request from the SDR control office for credit from administrative funds with proper justification to be reviewed and processed, unless the materiel is returned to AF inventory. When materiel is returned to AF inventory, the credit will be accomplished using AF appropriated funds. 6.83.4.3.1. A delivery reporting transaction processed as a result of SDR action must have the SDR number in the NSN field with the appropriate adjustment reply code and all requirements of DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15. 6.83.5. The ILCO will establish a 55-day suspense on each SDR record for obtaining a response from the SDR control office. ILCO will systematically transmit a follow-up through DoD WebSDR to the SDR control office at 55 days and at 85 days if no response has been provided. After the first two electronic follow-ups, monthly follow-ups are sent via Email to the SDR control offices until a SDR reply/response is received. 6.84. Processing SF 364 by SDR Category. 6.84.1. Overage or Duplicate Shipment: 6.84.1.1. If the FMS customer decides to keep the materiel and the FMS customer has been billed, approval must be obtained from the ICP/IMM. 6.84.1.1.1. If the ICP/IMM approves retention, financial adjustment is not necessary. The reply approving retention is sent through the ILCO to the FMS customer. 6.84.1.1.2. If the ICP/IMM disapproves retention, complete disposition instructions are provided through the ILCO to the FMS customer. Upon the return of materiel to USG custody, credit is processed.

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6.84.2. Shortage. Reports of shortage are investigated by using available documentation, which is matched to the quantity shipped for the concealed shortage. Examples of such documentation are those that contain, but are not limited to, size, total weight, and cube accepted by the carrier. Credit is denied if the documentation, in conjunction with the individual item unit weight and cube, supports shipment of the total quantity billed. Otherwise, appropriate credit for the shortage may be required. 6.84.3. Wrong Item. 6.84.3.1. If the FMS customer asks for retention of a wrong item, the SDR control office will: 6.84.3.1.1. Get approval from the ICP/IMM for retention. 6.84.3.1.2. Verify the cost of the item(s) requisitioned and received. 6.84.3.1.3. Process a debit transaction, if retention is approved, for the materiel received and process a credit transaction for the materiel requisitioned, if applicable. 6.84.3.2. If the FMS customer does not want to keep the materiel, the ICP/IMM gives disposition instructions for the materiel through the ILCO to the FMS customer as follows: 6.84.3.2.1. May authorize local disposal for materiel valued at $500 or less, except in the case of HAZMAT. Local disposal of HAZMAT is not authorized. 6.84.3.2.2. Must direct return of materiel to USG custody if value is more than $500 except in unusual circumstances where the ICP/IMM determines there is no scrap value, or items are unsuitable for transporting, as in the case of unstable ammunition. 6.84.3.3. A credit transaction is processed for the item requisitioned upon return of wrong item.

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6.84.3.4. The following action is taken if the materiel is not returned as directed. 6.84.3.4.1. If the value of the wrong item exceeds the value of the requisitioned item, the wrong item is debited and the requisitioned item is credited. 6.84.3.4.2. If the value of the wrong item does not exceed the value of the requisitioned item, no financial adjustment is necessary. 6.84.4. Misdirected Shipments. 6.84.4.1. When a misdirected shipment is reported, the customer or FF that got the materiel is provided disposition instructions through the ILCO. 6.84.4.1.1. If the shipment can be rerouted to the requisitioning customer; no financial adjustment is necessary. 6.84.4.1.2. If the shipment is directed to be returned to a designated turn-in point, a DD Form 1348-1A is provided for the return shipment. 6.84.4.2. If the materiel is not returned within 180 days, the customer that received the shipment may be billed and credit may be processed for the initial requisition recipient, if known. 6.84.5. Non-receipt. To deny an SDR for non-receipt of materiel, evidence of shipment is provided. Evidence of shipment is a signed carrier's receipt and a DD Form 1348-1A or DD Form 250 that identifies the materiel in question. These documents must cross-reference each other. Such documents usually show the quantity, NSN, bill of lading number, parcel post insured or registered number, name of shipper or carrier. 6.84.6. Quality Deficiency. 6.84.6.1. If as a result of the research investigation, there is an indication that the contractor caused the deficiency, the contracting office must pursue satisfaction from the contractor on behalf of the FMS customer under the provisions of the FAR. The SDR is not finalized until all recourse against the contractor is completed. Credit from AF appropriated funds or administrative funds are not authorized for a deficient contractor shipment (direct cite funded “4F”) unless it is determined that USG error caused the deficiency. 6.84.6.2. When it is determined that the USG is liable for a quality deficiency (stock shipment) and the FMS customer wants to repair the item(s) and submits cost of labor and materiel to make item(s) serviceable, the cost of labor and materiel is credited by the approving ICP/IMM. The cost of repair by the FMS customer cannot exceed the cost of repair if the item were repaired by the USG. Credit for repair of materiel shipped from a contractor (direct cite funded “4F”) must meet the criteria for approval of administrative funds through the ILCO. If the FMS customer wants to return the unserviceable materiel for credit, the ICP/IMM must verify the complaint and give disposition instructions for the materiel. The ICP/IMM must provide an AF fund cite with disposition instructions when directing a contractor shipment (direct cite funded “4F”) back to AF inventory (buy-back) for credit. If an exhibit is necessary for analysis to determine if the complaint is valid, the exhibit is requested through the SDR control office. When an exhibit is returned to a contractor facility written concurrence from the contractor approving the return must support the disposition instructions to the SDR control office. The SDR

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6.84.7. Damaged or Improperly Packed Shipment. When it is determined that the damage was the fault of the shipping activity, the ICP/IMM will give complete disposition instructions. If it is determined that the damage was not the fault of the shipping activity and was possibly caused by carrier mishandling, the FMS customer is told to file a claim with the carrier. Container damage must be annotated on the carrier's bill of lading at the time it is received by the FF. To substantiate a claim against the shipping activity the damage must be annotated on the carrier's bill of lading at the time the materiel was released to the carrier. 6.84.8. Insufficient Shelf-Life. If sufficient shelf-life (IAW DoD 4140.27-M) remained at the time of issue, the SDR is denied with appropriate documentation/information. When it is determined that the materiel was issued with insufficient shelf-life, the ICP/IMM will give disposition instructions and credit, if applicable. 6.85. Returning FMS SDR Materiel to US Government Control. The ICP/IMM is responsible for providing the return shipping instructions to the SDR control office. The SDR control office forwards the disposition and investigation results to the ILCO. Materiel is directed for return by the most economical means available via a DD Form 1348-1A prepared by the ILCO. An inspection of the shipment is accomplished by the final destination when the SDR materiel is received. If there is a discrepancy in the returned shipment, the ILCO is advised. The ILCO will tell the FMS customer and instruct the SDR control office as to what action should be taken. 6.85.1. The following procedure applies for the return of approved FMS SDR materiel: 6.85.1.1. The ILCO, upon receipt of disposition instructions from the SDR control office directing materiel return, will transmit an electronic reply to the FMS customer and systematically generate a DD Form 1348-1A for customer available via AFSAC Online SDR Customer Query. The SDR reply sets up a 180-day return suspense for receipt of the materiel into USG custody. The FMS customer must provide the ILCO notification of materiel return to USG custody within 180 days. 6.85.1.1.1. The DD Form 1348-1A will identify as first Destination a US/DoD activity that will receive the return shipment from the FMS customer when available. When there is no US/DoD activity in the FMS customer country that has the capability to receive, store, and transport the discrepant materiel, the first destination will be left blank and only the final destination ship to address is provided on the DD Form 1348-1A. In this case, the FMS customer will be informed to return the materiel prepaid by the most economical means to the final destination address. The FMS customer will receive a percentage of the SDR value in transportation reimbursement for all approved/validated SDRs. In special circumstances, the FMS customer may ask for actual reimbursement for a prepaid shipment by submitting receipted bills to the ILCO. All transportation reimbursements are made to the FMS customers’ transportation account (L009).

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6.85.1.2. When the shipment is received at the first destination address, the transportation office will sign, indicate the organization/location and date on a legible copy of the DD Form 1348-1A. The transportation office will provide two copies of the signed/dated DD Form 1348-1A to the FMS customer when requested. The FMS customer must send a copy of the signed/dated DD Form 1348-1A or an equivalent transportation document (e.g., DD Form 1149, DD Form 1348) to the ILCO as evidence the materiel was returned to USG custody. When a shipment is returned by commercial means the FMS customer will provide the ILCO proof of delivery evidencing the materiel was received at the final destination. 6.85.1.3. Either materiel return documentation from the FMS customer or SAMIS receipt of a “D6E” (asset drop into inventory) transaction will be used as proof that the FMS customer has returned discrepant materiel into the USG’s custody. Upon receipt of materiel return notification from the FMS customer, the ILCO will upload materiel return documentation into the AFSAC Online SDR Automation database and provide materiel return notification documentation to the SDR control office. The ILCO also receives an E-mail notification when a "D6E" is received in SAMIS and transmits an E-mail notification of materiel return to the SDR control office. Both of these notifications request SDR control point initiate financial adjustment, if applicable. The adjustment is granted only when the FMS customer has placed the materiel in transit within 180 days from the return suspense date established when the ILCO prepared the DD Form 13481A shipping instructions.. 6.85.1.4. The customer has 180 days to notify the ILCO of materiel return. AFSAC Online generates E-mail follow-ups to FMS customers reminding them to return FMS materiel and provide notification of return to the ILCO at 60 days and 120 days. AFSAC provides a 30-day grace period for providing materiel return notifications. If notification of materiel return is not provided within 210 days, an E-mail is sent to the FMS customer advising them that time has expired to return the materiel and closing the SDR. The SDR control office is notified to take credit/debit actions as applicable. 6.85.2. The following procedure applies when FMS SDR materiel is returned as an exhibit for analysis and determination of liability: 6.85.2.1. The ILCO, upon receipt of disposition instructions from the SDR control office directing exhibit return, will transmit an electronic reply to the FMS customer and systematically generate a DD Form 1348-1A for customer available via AFSAC Online SDR Customer Query. The SDR is closed pending receipt of exhibit from the FMS customer. The SDR reply sets up a 180-day return suspense for receipt of the materiel into USG custody. The FMS customer must provide the ILCO notification of materiel return to USG custody within 180 days. For exhibit returns to contractor facilities, customers may be required to expedite return to ensure items are received within warranty timeframes. Contractor warranty timeframes may over-ride the 180-day timeline on exhibit returns. 6.85.2.1.1. The exhibit return DD Form 1348-1A will identify as first destination a US/DoD activity that will receive shipment from the FMS customer when available. When there is no US/DoD activity in the FMS customer country that has the capability to receive, store, and transport the discrepant materiel, the first destination

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6.85.2.6. When a final action is determined, the SDR control office will input a reply into DoD WebSDR, using comments/guidance received to provide ILCO with the investigation results. Reply will contain the appropriate disposition reply status code(s) and all supporting documents (to include results of the investigation). Reply will be electronically transmitted from DoD WebSDR to the ILCO for distribution to the customer. Current disposition reply status code listing is available in the DLM 4000.25. 6.85.2.6.1. If the analysis confirms the reported deficiency, the SDR is approved and updated to show what corrective action is being taken. Corrective action will normally be taken at no cost to the FMS customer. 6.85.2.6.2. If the analysis does not confirm the reported deficiency or there is no USG/contractor liability for the deficiency, the SDR is denied. If costs were incurred to perform the exhibit analysis or the FMS customer authorized repair of the exhibit at their expense, action should be taken to make sure that expenses for the analysis or repair are charged to the customer's maintenance or services case. 6.85.3. When the FF or FMS customer receive misdirected shipments, they will contact the shipper (depot/contractor) to obtain disposition instructions and funding authority to return the shipment. 6.86. Reconsideration/Contested SDRs. 6.86.1. If the FMS customer disagrees with the initial SDR reply, or if any action occurs which justifies additional consideration, the FMS customer will resubmit the SDR complaint along with additional justification/information via AFSAC Online SDR Submission Wizard tool (automated SF 364 equivalent). A hard-copy SF 364 with additional information attached can be submitted only if web access is not available. The customer is authorized 45 days from the date of the ILCO decision closing the original SDR claim except when materiel/exhibit must be re-inspected by the customer to confirm that the reported discrepancy/deficiency has been resolved. Under this scenario only, the FMS customer is authorized up to 90 days from the date of the final ILCO reply to submit the reconsideration SDR. 6.86.1.1. If SDR meets resubmission guidelines, the ILCO will electronically transmit the customer's SDR and attachments through DoD WebSDR to the SDR control office for processing. The ILCO has 20 days to process the resubmission SDR. Resubmission SDRs will be passed to the SDR control office for decision if the original SDR claim was closed by the ILCO. 6.86.1.2. The SDR control office has 55 days to work with the supplier (e.g. item manager or contractor) to investigate and provide resolution of the SDR by inputting a reply into DoD WebSDR. ILCO transmits the reply to the customer electronically via AFSAC SDR Automation. 6.86.2. If the FMS customer disagrees with a second denial decision, the SDR is considered contested. The FMS customer will resubmit the SDR complaint along with additional justification/information via the AFSAC Online SDR Submission Wizard tool (automated SF 364 equivalent). A hard-copy SF 364 with additional justification attached can be submitted only if web access is not available. The customer is authorized 45 days from the date of the ILCO decision closing the original SDR claim except when materiel/exhibit return to the

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customer was required on the original SDR claim. This exception is applicable because additional transportation time is necessary for the return shipment and the materiel/exhibit must be re-inspected by the customer to confirm that the reported discrepancy/deficiency has been resolved. Under this scenario only, the FMS customer is authorized up to 90 days from the date of the final ILCO reply to submit the reconsideration SDR. 6.86.2.1. For contested SDRs, the ILCO has 20 days to develop a sequence of events package and forward contested SDR to AFMCLO/JA for legal review and opinion. 6.86.2.2. Upon receipt of the legal review, the ILCO forwards package valued at $50,000 or more to SAF/IA for final AF determination. SAF/IA has delegated final determination authority for packages valued at less than $50,000 to AFLCMC/WFI IAW AFMAN 16101. SAF/IA has also delegated authority to AFLCMC/WFI to adjudicate all contested SDRs submitted without additional evidence, and non-latent defect SDRs that have been submitted outside the policy-mandated time frame (45 days from denial of resubmitted SDR). “Additional evidence” is defined as official documentation not previously submitted by partner nations that supports approval of the SDR. 6.86.2.3. The ILCO inputs an SDR reply into DoD WebSDR to notify the FMS customer of the final AF decision. ILCO transmits the reply to the customer electronically via AFSAC SDR Automation. Section 6K—- NMCS DETERMINATION/REQUISITIONING CRITERIA 6.87. General. Priorities are set up to ensure that those demands having the most serious impact on mission capability receive priority processing. Everyone must share the responsibility for an effective and credible priority system. Additional procedural guidance for submission criteria, initiation, and processing of NMCS requisitions can be found in AFI 23-101, AFMAN 23-122, and AFH 23-123, Volume 2, Part 1. 6.88. Determining a NMCS Condition. The customer must first determine when an actual NMCS condition exists – that is, when a system or end item cannot perform any of its assigned missions due to a lack of parts. The fact that a given weapon system is inoperative due to the lack of an item is not enough to justify the use of UND A. UND A may be used only when lack of an item, required for immediate end-use, prevents an activity from performing its combat or support missions or tasks, or when such a condition is about to occur or such a condition will occur within 20 days of the date of the requisition. This should not be confused with mission impairment (UND B), or stock replenishments and routine shortages (UND C). 6.88.1. An anticipated NMCS is a condition identified in anticipation of mission-critical equipment becoming unserviceable due to a lack of parts, the aircraft going out of service for parts, engines going out of service for parts, etc. 6.89. Customer’s Materiel Availability. The customer will ensure that all possible in-country resources for locating materiel are checked before sending in new NMCS requisitions or upgrading existing requisitions. The recommended steps are to: 6.89.1. Identify all I&S and NSN. This may be done by reviewing the I&S data on commercially-available electronic research tools.

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6.89.2. Review applicable TOs to identify the Next Higher Assembly (NHA) and any NHA I&S applications. 6.89.3. Do a physical inventory of local, other in-country base, or depot assets for the needed item(s), including NHA. 6.89.4. Determine if cannibalization is possible and practical. 6.89.5. Determine if the item(s) can be procured via LP or LM. 6.90. Upgrading Existing Requisition. After all resources have been considered and it is determined that there are no available assets, the customer should determine if there are any active requisitions, including I&S and NHA NSNs, that can be upgraded to the appropriate NMCS priority. If so, send an “AM__” transaction with the applicable DCN. Upgrade only the exact QTY needed to rectify the NMCS condition and send a new requisition for remaining routine requirements. 6.91. Requisitioning. If there are no active requisitions that can be upgraded, then a new NMCS requisition must be sent. Requisitions will be in MILSTRIP format. 6.91.1. There are certain restrictions on customer-generated requisitions and emphasis is placed on certain NMCS requisition data elements. Restrictions are placed on the types of item that can be requisitioned by the customer on B/O (“E,” FMSO II, “R,” and non-standard “E” and “R”) cases. For NMCS situations, these restricted items will be requested via priority message, fax, or E-mail to the AFSAC case manager, who will take the necessary action to enter requisitions into the system. Restrictions include: 6.91.1.1. Single-vendor integrity or sole-source items. 6.91.1.2. Certain classified items. 6.91.1.3. New and unused items (advice code “6P”). 6.91.1.4. MDE. 6.91.1.5. Explosive ordnance items (FSG 13). 6.91.1.6. Commercial-type items (advice code “3B”). 6.91.1.7. Modification kits. 6.91.1.8. Excess defense articles. 6.91.1.9. Munitions and munitions-related items (MMACs “MN” and “AQ”). 6.91.1.10. LM or LP items. 6.91.1.11. Cases or lines needing AFSAC case manager consideration or action, such as: 6.91.1.11.1. “C” (for CAD/PAD NMCS). 6.91.1.11.2. “V” or “W” (for modification kits or related items). 6.91.1.11.3. System-sales cases (“D,” “Q,” “S,” or “Y”). 6.91.2. Special emphasis should be placed on specific requisition data elements as follows: 6.91.2.1. QTY (rp 25-29). Only requisition or upgrade the exact quantity needed to meet the NMCS condition.

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6.91.3. NMCS requisitions are input to the system by: 6.91.3.1. The customer transmits the data through DLA Transaction Services or by priority message, fax, or E-mail to the AFSAC case manager. 6.91.3.2. The AFSAC case manager or PM for items received by priority message, fax, or E-mail (i.e., “A05,” items restricted from country requisition, etc.). 6.92. Requisition Manager’s Follow-up/Tracking Management. 6.92.1. The AFSAC requisition manager gets a SAMIS product, Open Requisitions/Custom Commitments with ESD and latest status, RCS: MTC-IA(AR)8406 (PCN. U-W001.-HAW), which lists all open (unshipped) NMCS requisitions for review each month. This product is releasable to the customer upon request. Another SAMIS product (PCN: U-W001-HFD) is the NMCS Statistics Report, which shows the quantity of requisitions shipped, the quantity of open requisitions by age group, and programmed/non-programmed within the report month for each customer. 6.92.2. Follow-up action is initiated to the customer for verification of all NMCS requisitions greater than 30 days old (not having a positive supply status) before making a follow-up to the SOS. 6.92.3. The customer is asked to review the request for verification and identify possible candidates to downgrade, which are no longer NMCS requirements. After getting verification from the customer, the requisition manager starts follow-up action to the SOS. 6.92.4. The customer’s NMCS requisition gets special handling under this management idea and better support for a valid high priority requirement. 6.92.5. CLSSA FMSO II programmed requisitions get priority treatment over nonprogrammed requisitions. Non-programmed requisitions, including NMCS, are not usually supplied using AF/CLSSA on hand-on order stocks. 6.93. Customer Management Tips. 6.93.1. The customer can help to make sure he or she receives good logistics support for his or her NMCS requisitions by developing and enforcing in-country procedures such as: 6.93.1.1. Ensuring all possible sources for locating materiel in country are exhausted before sending or upgrading NMCS requisitions.

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6.93.1.2. Ensuring the assignment of NMCS coding is appropriate for NMCS conditions (reference AFH 23-123, Volume 1). 6.93.1.3. Sending in critical requirements as quickly as possible. This applies to both NMCS and anticipated NMCS conditions. 6.93.1.4. Forecasting requirements for expense and investment items on FMSO I case for programmed support. 6.93.1.5. Telling AFSAC immediately of changes in NMCS, if no longer needed, or submitting an “AM__” to downgrade the requisition. 6.93.1.6. Providing the following verification data to AFSAC to justify the NMCS requirement, upon submission to include: 6.93.1.6.1. Information to substantiate immediate action; 6.93.1.6.2. Cite the weapon system and impact; 6.93.1.6.3. Cite the immediate quantity required; and 6.93.1.6.4. Any additional information to substantiate an expedited action. 6.93.1.7. Ensuring requisitions are correctly submitted. Programmed requisition support is more aggressively managed than non-programmed supported requisitions. The CLSSA participants should complete their FMSO II case requisitions correctly in order for them to be coded programmed. 6.93.1.7.1. Expense-item requisitions (ERRCs “N” and “P”) will be coded programmed by SAMIS if they have a recurring demand code (“R” or blank in rp 44). 6.93.1.7.2. Investment-item requisitions will be coded programmed by SAMIS if: 6.93.1.7.2.1. The item is on the FMSO I. 6.93.1.7.2.2. The requisition is a recurring demand (“R” or blank in rp 44). 6.93.1.7.2.3. The requisition quantity is less than or equal to the EPQ. The current EPQ is provided to the CLSSA participant on the Monthly CLSSA EPQ Forecast Notice (GBJ). 6.93.2. The key to reducing the number of NMCS requisitions is to get and maintain a wellbalanced stock position and ensure that stock-replenishment requisitions are submitted in a timely manner. Continued emphasis on stock replenishment will reduce the necessity for priority requisitioning. 6.93.3. Abuse of the MILSTRIP priority system creates many high-priority requisitions, which could overload the system. If this happens, priority requisitions could then be treated as routine. Customer cooperation in the correct use of the priority system is essential.

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Chapter 7 MILITARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (MAP) (GRANT AID) 7.1. Overview. Per DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 11, prior to FY 1982, defense articles and services provided to allied governments or international organizations by GA were administered through the MAP. There are still some open FMS cases that use MAP funds. The policy and/or procedures in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Section C11.HR.1 are to be followed for these cases.

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Chapter 8 SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES Section 8A—FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) CONTRACTOR ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES (CETS) 8.1. Overview. This section provides guidance, methods and procedures used for a CETS program in support of FMS customers. Services for CETS are obtained and governed IAW AFMAN 16-101 and AFI 21-110, Engineering and Technical Services. 8.2. Scope. The CETS are services which transfer contractor engineering and technical knowledge to help customers in the installation, operation, and maintenance of equipment/systems purchased under FMS. These are services done by contractors at designated work sites in-country. CETS are available through FMS to advise, instruct, and train customer personnel to install, operate, and maintain specific new AF furnished weapons, equipment, and systems until the purchaser can gain self-sufficiency. As a rule, CETS under AFI 21-110 are not sold under FMS unless it is not practical for the customer to get them directly from the contractor. 8.3. Customer Requests for CETS. 8.3.1. This service is usually part of the initial system sale (“D,” “Q,” “S,” or “Y” case). Follow-on support, if needed, can come from a D/O services (“G” or “Q”) case. 8.3.1.1. System Sales. Requests for the purchase of a weapon system come from the customer and are sent to SAF/IA. 8.3.1.2. Follow-on support. Requests for CETS under FMS “G” or “Q” cases are sent by the customer directly to the applicable AFSAC CCM. 8.3.1.3. Country LORs for CETS personnel will include: 8.3.1.3.1. A specified source, if applicable with justification IAW DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 6. 8.3.1.3.2. A Task Work Specification (TWS) as defined in AFI 21-110, Attachment 2. The TWS will also include: 8.3.1.3.2.1. The basic requirement, Work Specification, may include, but is not necessarily limited to the following: 8.3.1.3.2.1.1. Provide on-site/on-equipment informal unit training to the component personnel on installation, maintenance and operating techniques pertaining to the adjustment, calibration, trouble-shooting, bench check, routine maintenance, inspection and repair of the prime equipment/system. 8.3.1.3.2.1.2. Provide advice in the identification of and instruction on the use of special tools, handling equipment, Aerospace Ground Equipment (AGE) and test equipment associated with and related to equipment/systems. 8.3.1.3.2.1.3. Devise local informal training programs and provide advice in identifying needed training programs.

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working space at no charge, general base privileges, etc.). 8.3.1.3.2.4.4. A USG address in-country and the name, office symbol, address, and telephone number of the US agency/embassy for report to instructions. 8.3.1.3.2.4.5. AF Certifying Officer (AFCO) or Designee. This must be a USG official if available in-country. If a certifying official is not available, the host country must certify CETS performance. This is an exception and must be approved by SAF/IAXM on a case-by-case basis. Requests for a certifying official from the host country must have the office symbol, address, telephone number(s) and FAX number of the designated person. Note: The CETS representative shall report to the Unit Security Manager and must have a valid favorable National Agency Check (NAC). 8.4. Responsibilities. 8.4.1. AFSAC will: 8.4.1.1. Through the CCM/Account Manager, as appropriate: 8.4.1.1.1. Receive the LOR for “G” or “Q” case for CETS from country, which includes sole source justification, if applicable, IAW DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 6. 8.4.1.1.2. Obtain sole source approval, if applicable, and prepare the LOA as appropriate. 8.4.1.1.3. Receive the signed copy of the “G” or “Q” case LOA from the FMS customer. 8.4.1.1.4. Ask for OA from the AFSAC Program Control Branch (SDFC). 8.4.1.1.5. Initiate an IPD for a CETS case (system/follow-on) to the AFSAC CETS process owner to get contractual coverage through AFLCMC/WFG. 8.4.1.1.6. Perform normal case management functions through case completion. 8.4.1.1.7. Issue NSSCs and coordinate action with the CETS process owner. 8.4.1.1.8. Retire follow-on case files upon completion of final billing by DFAS to the customer and “F” code in SAMIS. 8.4.1.2. Through AFLCMC/WFCQ (Case Financial Analysis) will: 8.4.1.2.1. Receive the IPD from the AFSAC CCM/account manager, as appropriate. 8.4.1.2.2. Send the PR and TWS to PKWRN for contractual coverage and enter commitment of funds in SAMIS. 8.4.1.2.3. Serve as the AFSAC CETS process owner through the life of the case. 8.4.1.2.4. Ask for billing action from DFAS. 8.4.1.2.5. Inform the AFSAC CCM/account manager when services have been completed, contracts closed and actually billed so that an NSSC can be issued. 8.4.1.2.6. Receive final billing from DFAS and “F” code in SAMIS.

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8.4.2. AFLCMC/WFG will: 8.4.2.1. Serve as the major activity procuring contracting officer. 8.4.2.2. Procure, manage, and administer CETS contracts for FMS customers. 8.4.2.3. Send copies of all contracts to the AFSAC CETS process owner. 8.4.2.4. Send billings to DFAS-AIQ/DY. 8.4.2.5. Inform the AFSAC CETS process owner when services and billings are completed. 8.4.3. The FMS customer will: 8.4.3.1. Send LOR for CETS IAW paragraph 8.3 complete in order to prevent processing delays.

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8.4.3.2. Sign and fund the LOA without delay to prevent possible lapse of coverage. This is extremely important for follow-on “G” or “Q” cases, since contractors are not obligated to stay in country without a contract in effect. 8.4.3.3. Provide all necessary in-country support as stated in the TWS. 8.4.3.4. Give performance certification in the absence of an AFCO. 8.5. Procurement. 8.5.1. Customer Wait Time. 8.5.1.1. Depending on the FMS customer and contract negotiations, the average overall CWT is 240-330 days (8 to 11 months). Normal CWTs to process a LOA are 90-120 days, for OA/implementation 30 days, and for contract negotiations 120-180 days. Therefore due to the lengthy process, initiation of follow-on cases/LOAs needs to begin nine months before the performance start date. A contract cannot be awarded until a signed LOA is received and funds are available. CETS personnel cannot be assigned incountry until the contract is awarded. 8.5.1.2. The CWT can be greatly reduced if the customer provides a comprehensive TWS or SOW to go along with the LOR. This action allows the AFSAC CETS process owner to prepare and send a planning PR to AFLCMC/WFG so that preliminary contractual actions can move ahead at the same time as LOA preparation and processing. This usually allows the contract to be negotiated and made ready for award when the signed LOA and funds are received. Contract charges (billings) are not made until CETS personnel are assigned in-country. 8.5.2. Contracting. 8.5.2.1. AFLCMC/WFG acts as the Procurement Contracting Office (PCO) and the ACO IAW AFI 21-110 for CETS contracts on behalf of the AF and FMS customers.

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8.5.2.2. Once the ACO prepares AF Form 1293, Request and Authorization for Assignment and Relocation of Contractor Personnel, CETS personnel are considered assigned. At the same time, the ACO provides a letter to the USG agency in-country giving the name of the individual(s), contract number and travel order number. The CETS representatives are now contractually authorized to leave for their in-country assignment. 8.5.2.3. The ACO sends a copy of the AFCO handbook to the USG agency in-country to help them in the performance of their duties. 8.5.2.4. The ACO must coordinate on all assignments and changes with the contractor and AFSAC. The ACO gets the Certificate of Service (COS) which states that the required services were actually performed. The COS is the basis for payment to the contractor. No payment will be made unless the COS has been properly prepared and approved by both CETS personnel and certified by the authorized AFCO. Section 8B—FMS EXCESS MATERIEL RETURN (FEMR) PROGRAM 8.6. Overview. Under the FEMR program, FMS customers may identify FMS purchased articles as excess to their requirements and offer them to the AF for return with credit. The AF will review its stock level/buy position and may give approval for the return of part or all excess items. Per AFI 23-101, Chapter 2, AF may buy back FMS excesses for AF use in return for credit. 8.7. FEMR Description. 8.7.1. AF-managed materiel, which was originally acquired through an FMS program and has become excess to a country's need, may be offered to AFMC for credit. The country initiates an offer by submitting an “FTE,” Report of Excess, through the DLA Transaction Services. The request will be passed to the IM’s Wholesale Requisition Process (D035A). There are subsequent communications regarding the request between the country and IM via “FT_” transactions using various excess Document Identifier Codes (DIC). Refer to AFH 23-123, Volume 2, Part 1 and AFMCMAN 23-5 (when published) for excess DICs and “FT_” transaction formats. 8.7.2. Prior to granting credit for the return, a requirement must exist within the AF at the time the report of excess is received. All requests for excess materiel return will be processed on a case-by-case basis and must meet specific criteria. The criteria are found in paragraph 8.8. 8.7.3. All FMS customers are eligible to participate in the program. FMS cases are not created or credited via FEMR transactions. Credit for authorized returns will be deposited in the FMS customer’s holding account at DFAS –IN/JAXDB(Indianapolis) after the items are physically received. 8.8. Eligible Materiel. Materiel reported must: 8.8.1. Meet the criteria listed in AFI 23-101, Chapter 2. 8.8.2. Be assigned a “F_Z” RIC on “FTE” transactions. Only materiel managed by AFMC is eligible for FEMR.

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8.8.3. Be assigned SCCs: 8.8.3.1. “A,” “B,” or “C” for serviceable consumable/economic order quantity (ERRC codes “N” or “P”) materiel. 8.8.3.2. “A,” “B,” “C,” “F,” or “G” for serviceable or unserviceable (reparable) investment items, ERRC code “T” and equipment items ERRC codes “S” or “U.” Note: ERRCs are explained in AFH 23-123, Volume 1. SCCs are defined in DLM 4000.25-2, Military Standard Transaction Reporting and Accounting Procedures (MILSTRAP), Appendix 2.05.. 8.9. Processing Return Requests. 8.9.1. Customers submit requests to return excess materiel by transmitting an “FTE,” Report of Excess, via DLA Transaction Services. The transaction will be routed to the managing SOS. A separate “FTE” is required for each NSN and SCC reported. 8.9.2. If the SOS is delayed in processing the “FTE,” it will transmit an “FTD,” Delayed Disposition Instructions, to the customer. RPs 70-73 of the “FTD” will show the date by which final disposition instructions will be sent. 8.9.3. An “FTQ,” Customer Report of Excess Reporting Document via DLA Transaction Services, will be sent to the customer if an “FTE” must be rerouted. RPs 4-6 of the “FTQ” will identify the SOS to which the “FTE” was rerouted. All future communication will be directed to that SOS. 8.9.4. The SOS responsible for managing the item will answer with an “FTR,” ShipmentDirected Disposition of Excess. Customer asset reporting transaction status code “TA” or “TH” in rp 65-66 is authorization to return the QTY in rp 25-29 to the activity listed in rp 5456. Refer to DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.16. or AFH 23-123, Volume 1 for a complete list of customer asset reporting transaction status codes. Do not ship materiel if a “TB” customer asset reporting transaction status code is in rp 65-66 of the “FTR.” Return without credit is not part of the FEMR program. The priority code in rp 61-62 indicates the urgency of the AF need for the item. Expedited processing is requested for materiel with high priority. 8.9.5. If an “FTR” or an “FTD” response has not been received within 30 days of transmitting an “FTE,” the customer transmits an “FTF,” Excess Follow-up. 8.9.6. If the “FTR” authorizes return with a customer asset reporting transaction status code “TA” or “TH” in rp 65-66 the customer must send an “FTL”, Excess Supply Shipment Status, providing the estimated date materiel will be shipped to the SOS. 8.9.7. After the materiel is shipped with the shipment documented on the DD Form 13481A, the FMS customer will submit an “FTM,” Excess Shipment Status, to inform the SOS of the actual shipping data, including the date that the shipment was released to the carrier, the TCN, and the mode of transportation. The date of the “FTM” must be after the ship date of the materiel. The ship date is in rp 57-59 of the “FTM.” A ship date after the “FTM” date will cause the system to automatically cancel processing of the credit. Send questions regarding credit cancellations to the responsible IMS. The customer will also annotate “FEMR Shipment” and date of FTR authorization on the DD Form 13480-1A. 8.9.8. The customer will process an “FTC,” Report of Customer Excess Cancellation, whenever any of the following conditions are met:

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8.9.8.1. It is determined after the “FTE” has been submitted that the materiel is not available for shipment. 8.9.8.2. The “FTR” authorizes return and the condition of the materiel is not the same as reported on the “FTE.” If the customer still wants to return the excess, a new “FTE” must be submitted using a new DCN and the correct SCC. 8.9.8.3. The QTY authorized by the “FTR” is not available for shipment. The “FTC” will show the QTY in rp 25-29 being canceled or denied. 8.9.9. The SOS will send an “FT6,” ICP Follow-up, to the customer if an “FTL” or an “FTM” has not been received within 30 days after the “FTR” authorizing return of the materiel. The customer’s response to the “FT6” is the same as the response to an “FTR” (see paragraph 8.9.7). The customer will immediately transmit an “FTL” and must ship the materiel and send an “FTM” within 45 days after receiving an “FT6.” 8.9.10. Upon receipt of the materiel, the SOS will send an “FTZ,” ICP Materiel Receipt Status, informing the customer of the receipt of the materiel and the amount of the credit which will be granted. Paragraph 8.9.13. lists reasons for less-than-full or denial of credit for materiel received. 8.9.11. The FMS customer will transmit an “FTT,” ICP Materiel Receipt Status Follow-up, if an “FTZ” is not received within 30 days after the estimated date the materiel should have been received at the SOS. This transaction is very important to prevent cancellation of credit authorization because if the shipment is not received within 120 days after the “FTM,” the SOS is authorized to cancel credit using an “FTR” with “TP” customer asset reporting transaction status code. 8.9.12. The customer will send an “FTP,” Follow-up for Credit, to the SOS if credit is not received within 180 days after receipt of the “FTZ.” Credits for excess returns are shown on the holding account summary which is included with quarterly billing statement (DD Form 645A) from DFAS-IN/JAXDB. 8.9.13. Credit authorization can be cancelled if: 8.9.13.1. An “FTM” shipment status is not received within 45 days after the date that an “FT6” is sent by the SOS. 8.9.13.2. The materiel is not received at the SOS within 120 days after the “FTM” shipment status is sent by the customer (customer asset reporting transaction status code “TP”). 8.9.13.3. The materiel received at the SOS is other than that authorized for return (customer asset reporting transaction status code “TL”). 8.9.13.4. The condition of the materiel received at the SOS is other than that originally reported (customer asset reporting transaction status code “TM”). 8.9.13.5. The QTY of materiel received at the SOS is other than authorized for return. Direct questions concerning credit amounts to the responsible IMS. 8.9.14. If credit authorization is withdrawn, the customer must send disposition instructions and transportation funds to return the materiel to customer’s depot or to process the materiel

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to disposal. If sent to disposal, the scrap value of the materiel will be determined by DLA Distribution Services and credited to the customer’s holding account. 8.9.15. All “FT_” transactions will be transmitted via DLA Transaction Services whenever possible (media and status code “2” in rp “7”). If DLA Transaction Services means are not available, the transactions may be sent in proper format by letter or message directly to the SOS. DD Form 1348M is the basic format for the “FT_” transactions. 8.9.16. Packaging and transportation costs for returning the materiel to the SOS are the responsibility of the FMS customer returning the assets. The level of packaging will be equal to the mode of shipment IAW DLM 4000.25-1. All transportation costs will be prepaid to the SOS location. 8.9.17. The amount credited for the items shall be determined as follows: 8.9.17.1. Credit for stock fund items (ERRC codes “N” and “P”) will be the latest acquisition cost. 8.9.17.2. Serviceable investment items (ERRC code “T”) will be the latest acquisition cost. 8.9.17.3. Unserviceable investment items will be credited based upon the current stock list price and the average repair cost of that type item. Normally, the amount credited will be the current stock list price minus the average repair cost. However, if no average repair cost is available, credit will be 60 percent of the current stock list price. 8.9.18. Credited amounts from AF activities are sent by check with supporting documentation directly to DFAS-IN/JAXDB for deposit into the returning customer’s “4DD” holding account. The “4DD” deposit is accomplished with reference to pseudo case “XLC.” DFAS sends each FMS customer a quarterly statement of the holding account along with supporting documentation. 8.9.19. An FMS customer requesting authorization to return excess materiel or requiring resolution of a problem will communicate directly with the SOS responsible for the items regarding all routine matters. The problem resolution process is as follows: 8.9.19.1. Completely document the problem and send an E-mail to the responsible IMS. 8.9.19.2. Problems not resolved by an E-mail to the IMS should be fully described in a letter to the SOS responsible for the item. Include copies of all shipping and receipt documents with the letter. 8.9.19.3. If all reasonable efforts are made through these channels and the problem cannot be resolved, it will be fully documented and sent to AFSAC CCM for research and fact-finding. If the problem cannot be resolved with the resources available to AFSAC personnel, the documented problem will be elevated and passed to HQ AFMC/A4RM for their action. The answer will be passed to the FMS customer through AFSAC. Requests for meetings and conferences between the FMS customer and HQ AFMC/A4RM will be sent to the AFSAC CCM. 8.9.19.4. Problems must be identified in writing to the AFSAC Command County Manager within two years of the shipment date as shown in the “FTM.”

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Section 8C—FMS SUPPORT OF AIR FORCE-DEACTIVATED SYSTEMS AND FMS CUSTOMER SYSTEM/ITEM SUPPORT TERMINATION 8.10. Purpose and Scope. This section establishes procedures for logistics support for AForigin systems which are no longer part of the active AF inventory, but are still in an FMS customer's active inventory. 8.11. General. 8.11.1. The AF is committed to logistically supporting weapon systems provided to countries through the SAP for the period of their expected service life. The service life of systems operated by FMS customers often extends beyond the service life of AF-operated systems. Because the AF logistics support system is structured to support active AF systems, the nature and method of AF logistics support for foreign operated systems will likely evolve following system phase-out by the AF. 8.11.2. Many FMS weapon systems are operated in multiple configurations by more than one foreign AF. FMS customers establish logistics support structures based on their individual assessments of need. Factors that determine FMS customers choices can include: the number of systems, technical capability, operational mission, resource availability, maintenance concepts, and expected service life. Because these factors differ for each customer, AF-provided support should be flexible in satisfying individual customer needs. 8.11.3. AF deactivation of a weapon system will affect AF's ability to provide continued logistics support to FMS customer systems. Standard FMS support procedures will require modification in light of AF's diminishing logistics infrastructure and will often require a shift from organic to contractual support. 8.11.4. To minimize potential negative impact on FMS customer support, planning for deactivated system support must commence prior to AF system phase-out. This planning effort must include the FMS customer(s) and all AF/DoD agencies that are part of the logistics support infrastructure. 8.12. Guidance. 8.12.1. When the AF decides to phase-out a system, the PM will develop a logistics support plan for FMS customers. This plan will outline all actions, authorizations, guidance, and resources needed to support FMS customers. Specific AF organizational responsibilities are in paragraph 8.20. Plan implementation will be coordinated with impacted AFMC, AF, and DoD organizations and FMS customers. 8.12.2. The AF will offer assistance to FMS customers as they transition from standard AF support to alternative support options. Available support options will be dependent on a number of factors to include: weapon system inventory and age, AF spares inventory, commercial supportability and country financial resources. 8.12.3. The AF will normally inform FMS customers two years prior to the planned phaseout date of AF systems. 8.12.4. Support of standard items common to other active AF systems will continue through normal AF/DoD logistics support mechanisms.

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8.12.5. Support of items peculiar to the deactivated weapon system will be based on the support option selected by the FMS customer. 8.12.6. The AF will not normally provide logistics support for deactivated systems under the following conditions: 8.12.6.1. An FMS customer has been offered deactivated system support and has not accepted the offer. 8.12.6.2. An FMS customer initially accepted the equipment as is with no AF support responsibility. 8.12.6.3. An FMS customer is ineligible for follow-on logistic support. 8.12.6.4. An FMS customer's systems/equipment was purchased directly from commercial sources and modified to other than AF standard configuration. 8.12.7. As systems age, manufacturing sources for individual system items and components tend to diminish. FMS customers must be notified in a timely manner to effectively consider available support options that may include Life-of-Type (LOT) item “buy-outs,” upgraded or modified systems, or suitable substitute items. 8.12.8. When a system is deactivated from the AF inventory, a one-time inventory buy-out of peculiar items will be offered to FMS customers. Such offers will expire after two years. Item prices may be discounted according to guidance contained in DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15. After the buy-out offer period expires, the following support options are available to FMS customers: 8.12.8.1. FMS non-standard support through the PROS. 8.12.8.2. A LOT buy for a complete range and depth of peculiar spares. 8.12.8.3. Direct commercial arrangements 8.12.8.4. FMS contractual support arrangements for support not available through standard FMS procedures. 8.12.8.5. FMS purchase of another country's excess items through the WWRS program. Details on the WWRS program can be found in AFMAN 16-101. 8.13. Responsibilities. 8.13.1. AFSAC will: 8.13.1.1. Present support options to FMS customers. 8.13.1.2. Plan and develop FMS cases to support FMS options selected by customers. 8.13.1.3. Present PM-prepared list of recommended spares in response to FMS customer requests for LOT buy information. Monitor the results of support options selected by FMS customers to assess whether support is adequate. 8.13.2. PM will: 8.13.2.1. Inform FMS customers and AFSAC about planned system phase-out date. If feasible, inform FMS customers at least two years prior to the planned phase-

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out/deactivation date. This advance notice will allow customers adequate time to plan and budget for support transition. The notification will include: 8.13.2.1.1. Available support options. 8.13.2.1.2. Recommendations for future support. 8.13.2.1.3. Anticipated difficulties in supporting/maintaining particular items, components, etc. 8.13.2.1.4. Availability of engineering and technical support services, special tooling and special test equipment, technical data, etc. 8.13.2.2. Determine from the worldwide aircraft inventory data system, and any other means, FMS customers needing support for equipment phasing out of the AF inventory. 8.13.2.3. Develop a responsive support plan. 8.13.2.4. Develop a list of peculiar spares and SE for an inventory buy-out offer when the FMS customer has decided upon a support plan. Customers may develop their own list of requirements. Send the recommended list to IMs to ensure the items are used exclusively by the FMS customer. The PM will inform the item managers to recode all peculiar items with acquisition advice code “P” (FMS only). This list will be used by IMs to re-catalog these items with the appropriate non-standard MMAC after expiration of the two year buy-out offer period. 8.13.2.5. Send the validated listings to AFSAC for use in preparing LOAs, if applicable. 8.13.2.6. Inform AFSAC when the system is no longer considered logistically supportable. 8.13.3. IMs will: 8.13.3.1. Receive lists of on-hand assets for deactivated systems and check them to ensure there are no known DoD users. 8.13.3.2. Determine items used exclusively by FMS customers but no longer used by DoD and start action to recode items with acquisition advice code “P” until an appropriate non-standard MMAC is assigned after expiration of the two-year buyout offer. 8.13.3.3. Return validated lists of FMS peculiar items for deactivated systems to the PM and retain a copy for future catalog action. 8.13.3.4. Review common items once a year to determine whether items should move to non-standard status and send a list of items to be cataloged as non-standard to the PM to determine support impacts. 8.13.3.5. Retain FMS active items (i.e., those items with FMS demands in past four years) no longer used by DoD. PMs will notify the IMs whether customers have accepted or rejected the support plan, and will dispose of inactive items (i.e., those with no demands in past four years) after assets have been offered to the FMS customers. 8.13.3.6. Ensure items are priced according to guidance contained in DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15.

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8.13.4. FMS customers will: 8.13.4.1. Upon notification that an item is being superseded or otherwise terminated, decide whether a LOT buy for that item is advisable, and if so, submit requisitions using advice code “2B.” If requisitions for superseded items are rejected, request price and availability data for the items or a LOT buy. If stock assets are no longer available through AF, price and availability data will be based on commercial acquisition costs. IMs can provide the name of the last known commercial source. 8.13.4.2. Cover applicable costs associated with the purchase of non-standard assets that have never been procured or tested by the USAF. It will be a customer determination to call off the sale when such costs are considered prohibitive. 8.14. Major End items and Subsystems. 8.14.1. Major end items and subsystems are often modified to improve operational capabilities, extend service life, eliminate safety hazards, and enhance reliability and maintainability. Notification of pending and approved modifications is usually provided to foreign customers through various FMS engineering/service programs such as the weapon system TCP or the IEMP. The notification identifies any applicable supportability concerns (i.e., the availability of technical data, replacement assets, AF repair, and SE) should customers opt not to incorporate the modification. 8.14.2. The PM will inform customers through the TCG (if one exists) when a modification is approved for offer. For those customers who decline to adopt the modification, the PM will identify those customers requiring non-standard support or an alternative support plan. Services rendered by the PM to provide an alternative support plan that entails a non-routine level of effort should be charged directly back to the customer through an appropriate FMS case. 8.14.3. Items removed from systems as a result of a modification action that are no longer used by DoD are offered for sale to customers that do not accomplish the modification. Items identified as deactivated (no longer used by DoD) will be re-cataloged with AAC “P” to prevent replenishment of stock and removal from CLSSA. The appropriate non-standard MMAC will be assigned after the items have been offered to the user, usually two years after the date they were coded AAC “P.” The two-year period allows customers time to budget for the purchase of replacement items. Section 8D—NON-STANDARD ITEM SUPPORT 8.15. Overview. This section explains non-standard support and includes responsibilities for initial and follow-on logistics support of non-standard items. This guidance is for all AF activities developing, implementing, and managing system/subsystem sales and all follow-on logistics support requirements. 8.16. Definition. 8.16.1. A non-standard item is an item that is not in DoD or GSA inventories or bought on a continuing basis for regular use by DoD activities. A non-standard item may range from a

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major end article to an individual part of a component or assembly and may or may not have an assigned NSN or other stock number. Additional non-standard terms are: 8.16.1.1. Non-standard system or subsystem is one that the DoD does not have in its current inventory or that the DoD does not manage for its own use. This includes FMScustomer-used systems and subsystems no longer used by the AF, FMS customer unique configurations of like-AF-used systems and subsystems, and FMS customer unique systems and subsystems never used by the AF. 8.16.1.2. Non-standard items-of-supply are spares, spare parts, and equipment items not stocked, stored, issued, maintained, or otherwise bought for regular use by the AF. This would include items matched only to manufacturers' part or reference numbers, “ND” stock numbers, inactive NSNs, non-listed NSNs and NSNs identified for FMS customer use only. Non-standard items of supply are items no longer used or never used in DoD, and can also be for item requirements in support of active DoD used systems/subsystems that for some reason or another were never cataloged in the federal supply catalog system. 8.16.1.3. Non-standard logistics support consists of non-standard item materiel acquisition, provisioning, cataloging, technical data management, engineering/technical services, maintenance/repair, and configuration accounting. Country standard support is a form of non-standard support that applies only to a specific FMS customer (e.g., TO) and imbedded software). 8.17. Scope. 8.17.1. The advantages of system/subsystem standardization are substantial; therefore, the sale of non-standard configurations, services, and materiel will be minimized. The existence of non-standard item support procedures should not be seen as AF blanket approval or encouragement to sell non-DoD used articles through FMS programs. 8.17.2. The AF will provide logistics support for all configurations of items sold through FMS. This includes both initial and follow-on support except: 8.17.2.1. The AF will not provide non-standard support for items or configurations previously provided through the SAP that have been changed or reengineered by the foreign customer through their own organic or contracting efforts. When the FMS customer changes an article through their own initiative, they also assume responsibility for any unique support requirements as well as integrating any technical information into their technical order and configuration management systems. The AF must still advise the FMS customer of modifications to the AF used system/subsystem configuration, but the FMS customer must determine its applicability. 8.17.2.2. The AF will not provide non-standard support for items or systems provided through FMS programs when the terms and conditions of the LOA state that initial and/or follow-on support for all or part of the sale will not be provided by the AF. 8.17.2.3. The AF will not provide non-standard support for items bought by FMS customers that were not obtained through DoD SAPs or procedures.

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8.17.3. Exceptions to these prohibitions may be made if approved or directed by DSCA. The AF may be asked to give non-standard support for systems/subsystems under the following: 8.17.3.1. A system sale LOA must specify that the AF will provide initial and/or followon logistics support for any non-standard system/subsystem that may be included. The LOA must show the non-standard system/subsystem and describe how much nonstandard support is needed. 8.17.3.2. DSCA approval is needed for any LOAs that have follow-on non-standard support requirements that were not identified during an initial system sale negotiation. DSCA approval is needed for follow-on support LOAs which have non-standard requirements that were not part of an FMS system/subsystem acquisition. Systems/subsystems bought by FMS customers through procedures other than FMS may be supported through follow-on FMS cases if DoD agrees or directs such action. 8.18. System Sales Non-standard Item Support. 8.18.1. FMS customers should strive to buy systems and subsystems that have the same configurations and support requirements as those used in the AF. Because of technology transfer restrictions and US national security considerations, not every item used in DoD is releasable for FMS programs. When item release restrictions are applied, commercial items or alternate configurations may have to be used making the FMS system/subsystem configuration non-standard to that used in DoD. FMS customers, for reasons of their own, may however ask for items, subsystems, or configurations not used in DoD or not used in the same DoD applications to be part of an FMS case. This makes the FMS customer’s system/subsystem non-standard. 8.18.2. After getting a LOR for a system sale, the AF will prepare LOAD studies to develop cost estimates and the terms and conditions of sales. AFMC program offices are tasked with developing data for non-standard items and configurations included in the system. Product divisions provide new production system data (i.e., aircraft, missiles, communicationelectromagnetic, etc.) and developmental SE data requirements. AFSAC acts in conjunction with the PM, IM, and IMS to get the necessary LOAD. 8.18.3. When a system sale includes non-standard support requirements, the FMS customer is encouraged to make an up-front determination as to whether non-standard logistics support will be through FMS procedures or through direct commercial sources. This decision bears directly on AF support planning and data development in LOAD studies. The AF will state its specific logistics support responsibility and way of accomplishment through a LOAD study within 40 days after DSCA approval of the system sale request. If responsibility for non-standard logistics support cannot be determined because the customer cannot decide the LOAD must have a statement saying such support will be determined before LOA implementation at a joint customer/AF conference (that is, post acceptance review, definitization, provisioning, etc.). Initial and follow-on non-standard logistics support programs for FMS unique systems and configurations will be designed and managed by AFMC along with the system procuring activity (i.e., AFLCMC) and performed by contracts let by the PM and/or SOS IM.

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8.18.4. Normal relationships between AFMC subsystem and system managers will be set up except where permanent or ICS has been arranged by an AFLCMC Weapon System Program Office. Usually managers of avionics, engines, ground SE, etc., are responsible for providing logistics support for non-standard subsystems included in a system sale. 8.18.5. The following describes some of the considerations and actions for developing data for non-standard items on a system sale: 8.18.5.1. Non-standard initial spares for a system sale will only be on LOAD/LOA line items separate from those of standard spares. Since exact configurations and internal compositions of non-standard articles are not always known at the time of LOAD development, an accurate price estimate of the non-standard part of the spares requirement may not be possible unless an identical system/configuration has recently been provided through FMS. When a non-standard spares line item is to be included in the system sale, the assigned line item value will be a reasonable price estimate to be amended when a more exact cost can be determined (usually during the provisioning conference). 8.18.5.2. The PM, with input from the IM, will ask the system procurement activity (usually an AFLCMC Program Executive Office [PEO]) to provide a narrative comment to show if each non-standard subsystem can be replaced by a comparable standard subsystem, the relative technical merits of such a substitution, the estimated short-term configuration stability of the non-standard subsystem (that is, any operational history), and dollar cost of purchasing both the standard and non-standard subsystem. Since the PM/IM may have limited or no experience with the capability or stability of the proposed non-standard subsystem, information on like or similar standard subsystems may be requested. 8.18.5.3. The PM along with subsystem managers and the system procurement activity will prepare a narrative comment stating if the non-standard subsystem is stable enough, as to configuration, to require provisioning coding and catalog action, or if the particular subsystem is a candidate for Interim Contract Support (ICS) during the period of configuration stabilization. The PM/IM will also state if the non-standard subsystem has been previously provisioned and cataloged or if it is currently in an ICS mode based on a previous FMS program. 8.18.5.4. ICS for non-standard subsystems should be discussed as a separate issue since it is a sole source procurement and usually is not cost effective for conversion to permanent sole source logistics support. If ICS is used for a particular non-standard subsystem, the LOAD/LOA notes should state that data will not be procured until a tentative date for such ICS is set. The FMS customer must be told that ICS must continue through the CWTs for data preparation, provisioning, and until delivery of data, spares, and SE is completed. 8.18.5.5. Normally, a separate line item will be part of a system sale LOAD/LOA for data provisioning and cataloging. The PM/IM will give a price estimate of the contractor data needed for non-standard item provisioning and cataloging. Data items needed are those required to provision, screen for I&S, and catalog. Estimating prices means the PM/IM must contact the system procurement activity for a best estimate of system/subsystem non-standard item applicability. The system procurement activity may

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8.18.6. Normal LOAD processing time for a system sale that includes non-standard items and configurations should be as a minimum, four weeks for data accumulation by the system/subsystem management functions, and an additional two weeks for data consolidation and coordination within the respective MAJCOMs. 8.18.7. The AFSAC program and line item managers, in coordination with other AFMC functional components must make sure there is timely planning for transition from initial activation to follow-on support. AF logistics support capabilities, limitations, and intentions should be made clear at the start of every system sale. The terms and conditions attached to LOAs are the proper method of explaining these actions. Each term and condition, particularly those for non-standard item support, should read as a management summary of a task or problem, and describe the processes needed to arrive at the objective. 8.18.8. The FMS customer's decision to get future non-standard support through FMS procedures will require: 8.18.8.1. The PM/IM to identify the non-standard system/subsystem contract data requirements including TOs, part number listings, supplementary provisioning technical documentation, and configuration accounting information. 8.18.8.2. Using the derived provisioning data to let the PM/IM categorize items-ofsupply matched to a non-standard system/subsystem, into one of the following groups: 8.18.8.2.1. AF-used and managed NSNs, plus those used by AF and managed by DLA. Follow-on supply support for this group of identified items can be provided under current standard FMS case/line items. NSNs matched to ERRCs “N,” “P,” or “T” can be supported through AF managed CLSSA programs as additives or through standard support line items on “R” type cases. NSNs shown as ERRC code “S” or “U” can be supported on standard “E” type cases.

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8.18.8.2.2. Non-AF used NSNs managed by other DoD services, including GSA. The FMS customer must deal directly with the responsible service for such support. The FMS customer will be provided a list of these items and encouraged to get CLSSA programmed support with the other services. 8.18.8.2.3. Items not used or managed by any DoD service/agency or GSA (nonstandard items). Follow-on support for this category of items is described in paragraph 8.19. 8.19. Follow-On Non-standard Item Support. 8.19.1. Non-standard item follow-on support gives FMS customers continuing technical, maintenance and supply support once a system/subsystem becomes operational. FMS customers receive non-standard item follow-on support from the AF through: 8.19.1.1. A statement in a system/subsystem sale that says follow-on non-standard item support through AF FMS procedures is desired. 8.19.1.2. A LOR from a FMS customer asking that non-standard item support be extended for a current non-standard item follow-on support FMS case/line item. 8.19.1.3. A LOR from a FMS customer asking that non-standard support be provided through FMS channels for a system/subsystem bought from DoD or other US sources when such support had not previously been provided. 8.19.2. Requests for non-standard support should specify the range of support needed for each system/subsystem to include NSNs and/or item identification especially for those items needing maintenance/repair services. Such data will not commit the FMS customer to specific items and quantities, but will give a range guideline for PM/IM functions to use in developing LOAD and contract source information. 8.19.3. The AF will provide non-standard item logistics support only when approved/directed by DSCA. When the AF gets requests for follow-on support of nonstandard systems or end articles not previously approved by DoD, it will assess the impact on AF resources and the feasibility for giving this support. The appropriate recommendation will then be sent to DSCA. Preparation of LOAD/LOA will start only after getting an approved LOR from the AF Center for International Programs (AFCIP), country/PM. 8.19.4. The best way to get non-standard follow-on support is through B/O cases/line items; however, certain commodities and services must have pre-approvals and/or LOAD studies that are supported through D/O procedures. The criteria for case support for standard items apply to non-standard items. Common non-standard follow-on support case types are: B, C, E, G, K, L, M, and P. For a complete list of FMS case types and descriptions, refer to AFMAN 16-101, Attachment 3. 8.19.5. Follow-on non-standard requirements may be part of the same LOA as standard requirements as long as they are in the same category of articles or services; however, nonstandard support must be identified, priced, and controlled on line items separate from those of standard support within the same LOA. 8.19.6. Follow-on non-standard maintenance and supply support will be provided only through commercial source contracts initiated by the AFLCMC FMS Program Office. All non-standard spares for a particular subsystem will be consolidated for supply and

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maintenance by a single contractor per end article or subsystem. If possible, such contracts will cover all requirements of all FMS customers with the same subsystem. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office will initiate follow-on supply support contracts for all non-standard spares that cannot be matched to a subsystem. Follow-on support responsibility for each non-standard item will be defined as soon as possible after the provisioning and screening process. 8.19.7. There are three types of non-standard items: 8.19.7.1. Non-standard munitions and munitions related items. 8.19.7.1.1. Munitions and munitions-related items are classified as FSG 13 or as MMAC “MN” (complete round component) or “AQ” (ammunition and explosives). Munitions and munitions related items include ammunition, bombs, rockets, etc., as well as CAD/PAD. Munitions and munitions related items are non-standard when: 8.19.7.1.1.1. The item is matched to a stock number classified FSG 13 and has a non-standard MMAC “EX,” “PU,” “XA,” “XL,” “XT,” “XU,” “XV,” “XW,” “XX,” “XY,” or “XZ.” For a complete list of MMACs, refer to AFMCI 23-105, Item Management, when published. 8.19.7.1.1.2. The item is matched to an inactive (that is, has an assigned acquisition advice code (AAC), “Y” (terminal item), and/or an assigned phrase code “N” (disposal), “T” (condemned), “V” (discontinued without replacement)) or non-listed stock number classified in FSG 13 or with an assigned MMAC” “AQ” or “MN” regardless of FSG classification. 8.19.7.1.1.3. The item cannot be matched to a munitions type stock number, but should logically be assigned one because of its physical characteristics and usage. 8.19.7.1.2. Non-standard munitions and munitions related items must be requested through FMS procedures the same as standard munitions. Approvals and acceptance will result in a D/O nonstandard line item on munitions “A” type FMS case, a CAD/PAD “C” type FMS case, or an initial system/subsystem sale type LOA. 8.19.7.2. Non-standard SE items of supply. 8.19.7.2.1. Equipment items are considered non-standard when: 8.19.7.2.1.1. The item is matched to a NSN with an assigned ERRC code “S” or “U” and a non-standard MMAC “EX,” “PU,” “XA,” “XL,” “XT,” “XU,” “XV,” “XW,” “XX,” “XY,” or “XZ.” 8.19.7.2.1.2. The item is matched to a NSN with an assigned ERRC code “S” or “U” and an inactive AAC ''Y” and/or phrase code “N,” “T,” or “V.” 8.19.7.2.1.3. The item is matched only to a manufacturer's part number or other non-listed stock number and would logically be classified as an equipment type item because of the item's characteristics and usage. 8.19.7.2.2. Non-standard equipment items are supported through a non-standard line item on an FMS case the same as for standard equipment items. Non-standard equipment may be supplied through an initial system sale, a D/O “L” type case, or on

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a B/O “E” case, if an appropriate non-standard line item has been negotiated for such support. 8.19.7.3. Non-standard spares and repair parts. Spares and repair parts have an ERRC of “N,” “P,” or “T.” 8.20. Non-standard Item Requisitioning. 8.20.1. PROS requisitioning. The contractor is responsible for the purchase of supply maintenance and task order support. The contract is managed by a dedicated program office at AFSAC that oversees the contractor’s performance and controls the flow of FMS requirements to the contractor. 8.20.1.1. Input A05 – part number with narrative. 8.20.1.1.1. General Information. 8.20.1.1.1.1. A05s are part numbers that do not match to a NSN (see paragraph 8.20.1.4). 8.20.1.1.1.2. Part number requirements will not be prepared as “fill/kill.” 8.20.1.1.1.3. SAMIS passes A05 requisitions directly to the PROS contractor based on RIC of the current contract. Review latest PROS Handbook via AFSAC On-Line for current RIC. 8.20.1.1.2. Requisition input other than through SAMIS terminal. 8.20.1.1.2.1. Enter the manufacturer’s CAGE code as the first five digits of the part number for the item – do not input the part number without the CAGE code. Reference AFMAN 23-122 and AFMCMAN 23-5 (when published). If the part number is input without a CAGE, the first five digits of the part number will be stripped off treating that as the CAGE, thus corrupting the part number. 8.20.1.1.2.2. If the manufacturer’s CAGE is unknown, use the CAGE of the current PROS Contractor (contact the PROS PMO or refer to the latest PROS Handbook via AFSAC On-Line). 8.20.1.1.3. Requisition input through a SAMIS terminal. 8.20.1.1.3.1. QAID of “RQN” in SAMIS. 8.20.1.1.3.2. Select A05 (part number) option on the screen. 8.20.1.1.3.3. Use current PROS RIC (contact PROS PMO or refer to PROS Handbook via AFSAC On-Line. 8.20.1.1.3.4. Enter the manufacturer’s CAGE code as the first five digits of the part number for the item – do not input the part number without the CAGE code. If the part number is input without a CAGE, the first five digits of the part number will be stripped off treating it as the CAGE, thus corrupting the part number. 8.20.1.1.3.5. If known, use the manufacturer’s CAGE code and provide manufacturer’s information (i.e., name, phone, address, POC, etc.) in the narrative. If the manufacturer’s CAGE is unknown, use the current PROS contractor’s CAGE and state this in the narrative.

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8.20.1.4.1.3. MMAC = EX, PU, XA, XG, XL, XT, XU, XV, XW, XX, XY, XZ. 8.20.1.4.2. A01 requisitions are sent to SOS as a “fill/kill” requisition. 8.20.1.4.2.1. If SOS has no residual stock available, SOS will “CB”-pass back to SAMIS. 8.20.1.4.2.2. If no blocker in the system, SAMIS will check for special processing requirements and route to PROS. 8.20.1.4.2.3. If there is a blocker in the system, a CEX (PR03) will generate to the CM for review/action. 8.20.1.4.2.4. If SOS has residual stock, SOS will fill. If SOS can only fill a partial QTY, balance is canceled back to the customer. SAMIS will not forward the remaining balance to PROS for fill action. 8.20.1.5. Special processing of actively-managed NSN(s). There are two instances when a standard item can be submitted to PROS via an A01 transaction with PMO assistance. Both instances require the CCM to coordinate with the SOS prior to providing to the PMO for input. 8.20.1.5.1. If an NSN has multiple part numbers and only one part number will support the customer’s requirement, the customer may request PMO input with a “2B” advice code, ; or 8.20.1.5.2. If a requisition is received direct to the PROS contractor with NSN and has only one part number with a “2B” advice code, the requisition will be passed to the SOS via CY. 8.20.1.6. A01 – Requisition with actively-managed NSN at SOS (standard item process). Requisition sent to SOS for fill action and not yet on contract. 8.20.1.6.1. Use standard item process to have the requirement “pulled” from the SOS and sent to PROS. 8.20.1.6.2. SOS determines standard item selection criteria. 8.20.1.7. Internal SAMIS checks for PROS eligibility. 8.20.1.7.1. SAMIS has internal checks for PROS eligibility (i.e., project code, kind of case, advice code, etc.). 8.20.1.7.2. The following are some SAMIS exclusions to PROS eligibility and require PMO action if to be sent to PROS. 8.20.1.7.2.1. Any advice code that reflects fill/kill (i.e., 2C, 2J, 22). See DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.15 for a complete list of advice codes. 8.20.1.7.2.2. Sole source of 6V/BV advice code. 8.20.1.7.2.3. “ND” NSN not routed to PROS. 8.20.1.7.2.4. Drawdown or “H” coded requisitions. 8.20.1.7.2.5. JCL/JCM SOS. 8.20.1.7.2.6. “O,” “A,” and “C” cases (PMO approval required).

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80. The identification data part of the DD Form 1348 will include as much information as is available and be prepared IAW DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 1.06. 8.20.1.10. All non-standard item requisitions must have an active B/O equipment “E” or B/O spares “K” or “R” type case with a non-standard line item. In addition, the following apply when processing non-standard requisitions. 8.20.1.10.1. If a non-standard item is identified as a part number or other non-listed stock number requirement and determined to be nonrecurring (that is, a one-time requirement with no anticipated future requirements), input demand code “N” in rp 44 of the requisition. If the item is known or anticipated to be recurring, the annual known or anticipated usage will be entered in the requisition's supplemental remarks data. 8.20.1.10.2. Pricing of part number and other non-listed stock number requisitions is arbitrarily set at a default price of $35 unit cost since these types of items do not have catalog pricing data in the AF systems. This default price is applied to the requisition to obligate the applicable FMS case/line item funds until proper identification and pricing can be done. Depending on the item, the default price may be an understatement or overstatement of actual cost and could cause a temporary large imbalance to the case/line item. If an actual or estimated unit price for the part number or non-listed item is known, it will be added in the DIC “A05” requisition as dollars (rp 73-78) and cents (rp 79-80). 8.20.1.11. All non-standard requisitions are received and processed at AFSAC for entry into the AF supply system. Depending on the FMS customer's way of transmission and the requisition type, DIC A01, A02, and A04 non-standard requisitions are processed as follows. 8.20.1.11.1. Requisitions received through telecommunications are input directly to SAMIS. Requisitions received by mail or other electronic means (other than DIC “A05”) are input by the country team to SAMIS through on-line data entry immediately after arriving at AFSAC. 8.20.1.11.2. SAMIS validates the non-standard requisition, establishes document control records, obligates appropriate case/line item funds, and mechanically routes the transaction to PROS for supply support determination and action. For A01 and A04 requisitions, routing is based on the stock number's assigned MMAC. For A02 part number requisitions, SAMIS routing is directly to PROS. If the A02 requisition's TO reference identity does not match the SAMIS TO/SOS management responsibility cross-reference data table, the requisition is mechanically rejected back to the FMS customer with requisition transaction status code “CG” (unable to identify requested item). The FMS customer must then resubmit a new “A02” requisition with the correct data or resubmit as an A05 requisition with the appropriate supplemental data, if the non-standard item is still needed. 8.20.1.12. A05 requisitions for non-standard items are received at AFSAC by mail or electronic means. These transactions will be pre-screened by AFSAC country team before submitting to SAMIS for routing to PROS. The PROS PMO is not responsible for non-standard requisition input. Receipt instructions are as follows:

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8.20.1.12.5. If the A05 requisition has an inactive NSN or other non-listed stock number, appropriate federal supply catalog system records will be screened to verify or identify the stock number status. The requisition and the stock number screening results will be processed the same as for part-numbered requisitions. The requisition supplemental data and any additional attachment requirements must also be the same to include end item, NHA, source document references, and justification. 8.20.1.12.6. Once the A05 requisition identification data has been researched and verified and determined to be ready for processing, the appropriate AFSAC case/line IM will process the transaction as follows: 8.20.1.12.6.1. Verify the requisition's MILSTRIP data content for completeness (such as, add/correct demand code, SOS RIC, DCN, case/line item designator, unit price, etc.) and input to SAMIS. 8.20.1.12.6.2. Write a cover letter for the A05 non-standard item requisition to include the results of any stock number screening that may be of benefit to the supply source in their research and support determination. If the DD Form 13486 does not have attachments and the urgency of the requirement requires it, a message may be used to send the DD Form 1348-6 MILSTRIP and supplemental data to the appropriate supply source. Any transmittals to the supply source will have the following statement: “If NSN assignment is required, cite FMS case _______ line item _______ .” The case and line item entry will be an established “G” type case/line item of the applicable FMS customer that was established to cover cataloging services requirements. If no “G” type case/line item has been established, the cataloging services may be charged to the non-standard FMS case/line item on which the materiel was ordered. 8.20.1.12.6.3. After SAMIS acceptance and posting of the A05 requisition transaction, the AFSAC case manager will send the DD Form 1348-6 data package (or message, as appropriate) to the PROS PMO. 8.20.1.12.7. The AFSAC case manager will check on the PROS processing of the A05 requisition to ensure there is responsive action. When no supply status has been received in 14 calendar days for priority designators 0l-08 or 30 calendar days for priority designators 09-15, a manual follow-up will be input to SAMIS for mechanical processing to the SOS, where the original A05 requisition package was sent. 8.20.1.13. PROS will get A05 requisitions for FMS non-standard items by mail or message on DD Form 1348-6 format from AFSAC. The DD Form 1348 requisition will be processed as follows: 8.20.1.13.1. Immediately input the MILSTRIP requisition data to the D035A system as prescribed in AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 1 (when published). This will establish a DCN control record and a CEX suspense. 8.20.1.13.2. Establish an internal PROS control record of all FMS A05 non-standard item requisitions to monitor the off-line research and support determination actions until a positive supply status is provided to the FMS customer. This record will be updated to show the current SOS having physical possession of the DD Form 1348-6

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is required when: 8.20.1.13.3.3.4. The requisition's demand code indicates a recurring requirement (“R” or blank) and the appropriate ES agrees that cataloging action is necessary. 8.20.1.13.3.3.5. The appropriate ES recommends requisition demand code. 8.20.1.13.3.3.6. Three or more requisitions indicating a nonrecurring requirement (demand code “N”) are received within 180 days. In this instance, catalog service charges will be assessed to the last FMS customer submitting a requisition within the counting period. 8.20.1.13.3.4. When a decision is made to catalog a non-standard item, the specific requisition that caused the decision will not be cancelled for any reason. In addition, when a FMS requirement is determined to also have application to AF and the cataloging action will result in the item being coded as AF standard, such cataloging charge will not be made against a FMS case/line item but will be absorbed by AF. 8.20.2. Non-standard Item Maintenance/Repair Support. 8.20.2.1. Maintenance Process. 8.20.2.1.1. Any item that cannot be repaired at a USG facility is a potential candidate for repair by PROS. This includes items with an ERRC of “N” or “P” indicating it is a consumable item. Since the SOS does not repair consumable items and some of our customers request them to be repaired, these requirements can be accomplished through PROS. 8.20.2.1.2. All maintenance efforts under PROS are repair/replace. The customer will get back the same reparable that was submitted for repair action. Every reparable will have its own DCN since the reparable is tracked by serial number. If an item is determined to be beyond economical repair, the customer will be provided an option to continue with repair. If the item is beyond physical repair, the requirement will be cancelled. See PROS Handbook via AFSAC On-Line for all contract processes. 8.20.2.1.3. The cases used for repair under PROS are the same that would be used for any other FMS repair requirement. This means a repair requirement for PROS would be processed against an “M,””K” or “N” case or a repair line on a “Q” or “S” case. If the customer does not have an appropriate repair case, the case/CM must work with AFLCMC/WFN to obtain a waiver for using another case. The PMO is unable to provide this waiver. 8.20.2.2. Classified. 8.20.2.2.1. Country classified items can be ordered/repaired through PROS; however, it is the customer’s responsibility to advise of country classification. This is because the DoD system does not reflect the country’s classification of their items. Only through the customer’s notification can the AF afford the same level of protection to the assets that the customer would provide.

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8.21. Worldwide Warehouse Redistribution Services (WWRS). 8.21.1. General. WWRS is a virtual materiel warehouse that lists excess serviceable materiel, non-SME, and reparable component parts on the WWRS web page by NSN, MMC, noun, part number, CAGE code, ERRC, shelf-life, annual demand, SCC, QTY and price. Interested purchasers may browse the WWRS web page to determine availability by pressing the Item Search radio button or by downloading the entire inventory. 8.21.2. Scope. WWRS operates under the AECA, 22 U.S.C 2761, Section 21, which provides for the sale of defense services and Section 21 subsection (m) which allows for the return of non-SME categorized defense articles. As defined, WWRS transfers do not constitute a third-party transfer, using the transfer process outlined in Section 21 (m) consist of two separate two-party transfers. The first two-party transfer is between the seller and the USG, and the second two-party transfer is between the USG and the purchaser. Additional information regarding WWRS redistribution services is outlined in the WWRS Customer Handbook and the WWRS notes attached to the LOA for WWRS and can be found on the front page of the WWRS website. 8.21.3. WWRS goals are to: 8.21.3.1. Reduce FMS customers' excess inventories. 8.21.3.2. Provide access to materiel at reduced cost. 8.21.3.3. Reduce CWTs through redistribution of on-the-shelf assets instead of new procurement. 8.21.3.4. Enable materiel sellers to purchase needed FMS assets with the proceeds. 8.21.4. The assets listed on WWRS are categorized by type and condition. 8.21.4.1. Category 1 assets are non-SME as defined in section 47(9) of the AECA, spares and SE items in fully functioning condition without need of repair or rehabilitation. These assets are identified by NSN or by part number and CAGE code, QTY, and price. They may be transferred immediately upon receipt of a fully funded requisition. Category 1 assets are listed in the WWRS with a blank or “N” in the SME column and a blank or “A” in the SCC rp. Where defense articles are in need of repair or rehabilitation, the PMO/CCM can assist the provider in facilitating arrangements for repair or rehabilitation under FMS. 8.21.4.2. The guidance in AFMAN 16-101 for FMS applies to these procedures. 8.21.4.3. All services will be performed without cost to the USG. 8.21.4.4. All customers who qualify for FMS are eligible to participate in the WWRS program. 8.21.5. Three Methods of Requisitioning WWRS Materiel: 8.21.5.1. Submission of a nonrecurring requisition with a RIC of “FWW” (indicating WWRS as the desired SOS) to SAMIS against the appropriate B/O FMS requisition case.

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8.21.5.1.1. The ERRC is provided on the WWRS web page next to the NSN to assist in determining the appropriate requisition case. 8.21.5.1.2. Requisitions that contain a NMCS indicator (are not accepted at this time) or advice codes “BV,” “6P,” “6V,” or “6W” (which indicate a specific materiel source) are rejected with a “F6” rejection code. 8.21.5.2. Submission of requisitions with a RIC of “FNH” to SAMIS is automatically eligible for fill action by the WWRS when the following conditions are met. 8.21.5.2.1. The CLSSA termination and liability file does not contain the requested NSN. 8.21.5.2.2. When the FMS retention program QTY for the requested NSN is equal to zero or stock of serviceable assets does not exist at the SOS. 8.21.5.2.3. When the requisition value is greater than or equal to $2,500. 8.21.5.2.4. When the demand code is other than recurring. 8.21.5.2.5. When the requisition does not contain the advice codes of “BV,” “6P,” “6V,” or “6W.” 8.21.5.3. USG (non-FMS requisitioner) submissions of either a Project Order (PO) for internal AF, or a MIPR identifying the materiel required and shipping instructions for the materiel. The PO or MIPR will include sufficient funds to ship the requested materiel from the In-transit Inspection Point (IIP) to the designated destination. 8.21.5.4. Requisition priority. All requisitions are filled in the order of receipt. WWRS requisitions with RIC “FWW” are treated as “fill or kill” requisitions. If the desired WWRS materiel is depleted, the requisition is canceled. All other requisitions received with RIC “FNH” will be passed on to another DoD SOS if WWRS cannot fill or partially fill the order. MILSTRIP status and bill lines are provided to SAMIS. 8.21.5.5. Materiel pricing. Purchasers pay the seller's listed materiel price and the actual transportation charge to the first destination FF from the IIP. If shipment by collect commercial bill of lading is not authorized in the MAPAD, the transportation cost is shown as an additional bill line on the requisition. If the delivery term code justifies movement within the DTS, a USG bill of lading is issued and the appropriate charge assessed below the line on the applicable FMS case. 8.21.5.5.1. Materiel Selection Process. The seller with the lowest priced NSN listed is selected to fill the requisition. When an insufficient QTY of the lowest priced NSN to fill the requisition exists, the next higher priced materiel is selected. This selection process is repeated until the requisition is filled or all WWRS inventory is depleted. Any unfilled portion of a requisition is canceled. 8.21.6. Materiel Inspection. WWRS materiel will be visually inspected, sanitized, and repackaged at a USG contracted IIP prior to its transfer to the purchaser. The USG takes title to the materiel prior to transfer, thereby, maintaining anonymity of the FMS parties. 8.21.6.1. All materiel shipments that pass inspection are subject to normal SDR criteria.

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8.21.7. Becoming a Materiel Seller. FMS customers who want to become materiel sellers will submit an LOR to identify the dollar amount of services required. The seller's WWRS Q-case is written for 8.5 percent of the estimated value of the materiel for sale based on an estimated 5-year period of performance with the terms of sale being “Cash with Acceptance. Balance as Billed,” unless otherwise advised. The initial deposit will normally equal onetwentieth (5%) of the LOA administrative surcharge (1.25% or 1.9% depending on when the case was written) for a total amount of 6.25% or 6.9% of the total LOA value. Subsequent quarterly billings will be based on actual redistribution charges that occur during the respective quarter. The funds required to pay the redistribution fees will be taken from the proceeds earned after their deposit into the seller's trust fund. The remaining funds may be transferred to an alternate FMS case or left in the WWRS cash holding account at DFAS Indianapolis. 8.21.7.1. A line for WWRS services will be added to an existing case or as part of a new case. When added, the special terms of sale are changed to collect 50 percent of the administrative surcharge in the first payment and the remaining balance as billed amount in the last scheduled payment. 8.21.7.2. Sellers who are eligible for DTS may request a transportation line be added to their WWRS case. 8.21.7.3. Redistribution will cease when the value of the WWRS line is reached. Case managers will notify selling country POC when line values have been committed or expended by 75 percent. 8.21.7.4. When the WWRS LOA is implemented, AFSAC loads the seller data set information on the WWRS web page and codes the NSN in SAMIS as WWRS eligible. When sellers wish to add NSNs to the list, change quantities or prices, a new data set or online updates may be performed. The new data will replace all of the existing data for the respective NSN. As materiel is sold, the PMO will decrease the quantities as redistribution occurs. 8.21.7.5. The format for listing excess serviceable materiel is: NSN (rp 1-13), MMAC (rp 14-15), action code of 1(rp 16), blanks (rp 17-50), country and activity code (rp 5152), space (rp 53), country record identification code (rp 54-56), spaces (rp 57-58), QTY (rp 59-63, e.g. 00001), spaces (rp 64-65), and the desired unit price (rp 66-74 in US dollars and cents). Additional optional data fields are ERRC (rp 76), shelf-life code (rp 77), RIC (rp 78-80), item name (rp 81-99), SCC (rp 100), SME indicator (rp 101), HAZMAT code (rp 102), classified code (rp 103), CAGE (rp 104-108), and part number (rp 109-140). The country record identification code is a unique ID assigned by the seller to indicate materiel storage point, weapon system, in-country location, or account. The seller normally assigns these three positions. 8.21.7.6. As part of the LOA, sellers are required to have internet access to view and update the WWRS web pages. Internet access includes an E-mail capability for efficient

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and effective communications with the WWRS PMO. Internet/web access fees are the seller's responsibility. 8.21.7.7. The seller’s WWRS LOA/case is charged an 8.5 percent redistribution fee, or a minimum of $200 per RDO for all materiel received at the IIP regardless of whether or not the materiel passes inspection. The redistribution fee is billed when the materiel is shipped to the purchaser or back to the seller. 8.21.7.8. LOA quarterly payments. Sufficient funds are transferred automatically from the materiel proceeds and deposited in the seller’s WWRS “Q” case to cover the actual WWRS fees incurred. When sufficient funds are not available due to the shipment of defective materiel, DFAS Indianapolis will send a payment notice with the Quarterly 645 Billing Statement. 8.21.8. Seller Order Processing. Upon AFSAC's receipt of a requisition for WWRS listed materiel, the selected seller is sent a RDO. The RDO will state the desired NSN, QTY, and extended dollar value. The seller must respond to the RDO within five business days regarding their ability to provide the materiel. Failure to respond in the allotted time will result in cancellation of the RDO. 8.21.8.1. Upon receipt of an acceptable response and funds commitment, the PM will send a RDO to the seller providing the purchaser has not canceled its requisition and sufficient funds are available to purchase the materiel. 8.21.8.2. The RDO is the authority for the seller to ship the materiel to the IIP. 8.21.8.2.1. Packaging/Transportation. The customer is responsible for all packaging and transportation costs for the return of all materiel to the WWRS IIP. Shipments of returns will be accomplished through the customer's FF and shipped to the designated IIP on a paid commercial bill of lading, except when the AF must use the DTS for classified/hazardous/sensitive materiel or as required. 8.21.8.2.2. FMS items returned to the CONUS are entitled to duty free entry to the US. Free entry into the US is authorized IAW the Tariff Act of 1930, 19 USC, Section 1202, Harmonized Tariff Schedule. These items will usually be consigned to the customer's FF. The FF will be responsible for clearing the shipment through US customs. A customs declaration format must be included with each shipment, and must be included with the shipping document. WWRS customs declaration format is: Shipment is entitled to entry under 9801.00.10, Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United Stated (HTSUS) free duty. USAF WWRS-FMS EXCESS MATERIEL RETURN SHIPMENT. PROPERTY BEING RETURNED TO U.S. GOVERNMENT FOR DEFENSE STOCK, NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE. FREE ENTRY PARAGRAPH 1615, TARIFF ACT OF 1930, CUSTOMS REGULATION 10.102. 8.21.8.2.3. Receipt at the IIP begins the inspection and financial funds transfer process. 8.21.9. Funds transfers. 8.21.9.1. Funds received from the purchaser for WWRS materiel are transferred through the WWRS clearing account to the respective sellers' Q-6QX trust funds at DFAS

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8.21.9.2. Funds from the sellers’ Q-6QX account are transferred to their respective WWRS case to cover the WWRS fees assessed during the month to include any applicable administrative surcharge. The funds remaining in the Q-6QX account after the funds have been transferred can be used to cover other FMS requirements or removed as cash. 8.21.9.3. Funds to reimburse the transportation costs are paid directly to the IIP as prepaid freight. Section 8E—MATERIEL RETURN SUPPORT FOR FMS 8.22. Purpose. 8.22.1. This section provides procedures for handling and processing materiel returns for FMS. 8.22.2. Requests for the sale of maintenance services for the modification and rehabilitation of aircraft, propulsion engines, major electronic components, and special purpose vehicles must be submitted according to the guidance in AFMAN 16-101. 8.23. Overview. 8.23.1. AFMAN 16-101 guidance applies to these FMS procedures. 8.23.2. All services will be done without cost to the USG. The FMS customer will pay all transportation charges, broker fees, port handling charges, etc. Reimbursement from any USG funds is not authorized. 8.23.3. Requests for authority to return items which are the responsibility of the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps will not be submitted through AF FMS channels unless specifically authorized by HQ USAF. Only those items where a Depot Maintenance Interservice Support Agreement (DMISA) can be negotiated will be eligible for consideration of a waiver (reference AFLCR 400-21, Wholesale Inventory Management and Logistics Support of Multi-Service–Used Non-Consumable Items. 8.23.4. Requests for TCTO modification kits or negotiation of a modification workload will be submitted according to the procedural guidance in AFMAN 16-101 and DoDI 5000.02. TCTO/modification requirements are not an acceptable workload unless specifically requested according to the referenced publications. 8.23.4.1. The P&A provided by the AFLCMC Weapon System Manager to the case manager will clearly state if a modification kit is needed. 8.23.4.2. Modification kits will be billed to the “M” case used for repair. Those items requiring modification will be repaired on a repair and return “M” case unless the applicable AFLCMC Weapon System Manager can ensure all charges for the modification will be billed to a D/O repair/replace “M” case. 8.23.4.3. If the customer already has a requisition in the system for the modification kit, change the requisition to send the kit to the applicable Source of Repair (SOR) to be used

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in repair. The case manager will tell the customer of the change. When sending the asset in for repair, the customer will send a modification kit, when available. The advanced shipping instructions will identify if a modification kit has been included. 8.23.5. Customers cannot cancel “H” coded requisitions generated by the AF upon receipt of a reparable item. However, the IMS is authorized to cancel “H” coded requisitions. The 430 SCMS will process cancellations for all “H” coded requisitions and provide the AFSAC case manager with reason for cancellation and provide customer options for alternative methods of support. 8.23.6. All customers who qualify for FMS are eligible for unserviceable return services. 8.23.7. Emergency repair or services of grounded foreign aircraft is not an FMS transaction. Procedures for repair are in AFMAN 23-122. 8.24. General. 8.24.1. When authorized, the AF section of the SCO will advise and help eligible customers on FMS matters. 8.24.2. FMS customers will complete an initial inspection of the unserviceable (reparable) returns, excluding the shipment of items which cannot economically be repaired. Returns will be packed in the specified Special Packaging Instruction (SPI) container to prevent additional damage. 8.24.3. All containers will be inspected prior to shipment to ensure the case identifier and DCN are clearly marked on both the DD Form 1348-1A by NSN and by QTY, and the DD Form 1577-2, Unserviceable (Reparable) Tag - Materiel, or AFTO Form 350, Reparable Item Tag. Packing and marking instructions are in AFMAN 16-101 and MIL-STD-129P. 8.24.4. The responsible depot receiving organization will inspect every FMS return shipment to verify that the contents and the container(s) match the DD Form 1348-1A and the required SPI container. All items will be visually inspected first to make sure they can be repaired economically. FSCs 8140/8145 containers required by the SPI and not with the item will be reported as a shortage. The depot’s receiving organization will sign one copy of the DD Form 1348-1 and send it to the customer to show proof of receipt and to maintain accurate accountability during the repair cycle. 8.24.5. Shipments of unserviceable returns will be processed through the customer's FF and shipped to the designated repair activity on a paid CBL, except when the AF must use the DTS for classified, hazardous, and sensitive materiel. Specific instructions for the use of DTS will be in each LOA. 8.24.6. The FMS items returned to the CONUS are entitled to duty free entry to the US. Free entry into the US is IAW Item 800 of the Tariff Schedules of the US (19 USC 1202). These items will usually be consigned to the customer's FF. The FF will be responsible for clearing the shipment through US customs. A customs declaration form must be included with each reparable shipment, and must be included with the shipping document. A customs declaration format is in Attachment 10, Table 10A.2. The FF will send the shipment (transportation charges prepaid) to the repair activity. 8.24.7. If items are returned for repair using repair/replace procedures and cannot be taken in immediately by maintenance, these items will be kept separate from AF assets while waiting

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for repair. If items are returned for repair before the schedule provided by the SOS, a storage charge may apply. Storage charges may also apply while waiting for a reply to the initial follow-up to the Notice of Availability (NOA). The SOS will provide all necessary information to the AFLCMC/WFC for delivery reporting storage charges. A rate of 1.5 percent annually or .125 percent monthly of the average monthly value of customer-owned materiel will be charged to applicable FMS cases to recover an activity's costs of storage. 8.24.8. Maintenance descriptions and data requirements related to FMS. Maintenance production occurs both in the operating commands and in AFMC. The assignment of repair tasks to each is usually determined by the degree of skill specialization, the complexity of SE or repair processes, and the need for specialized facilities. The review requirements/criteria spelled out in AFI 16-201, Air Force Foreign Disclosure and Technology Transfer Program, must be met in all instances before any level of maintenance capability is offered under FMS. 8.24.9. If an item is condemned, the materiel will be separated for 30 days when disposition instructions have not been included on the DD Form 1348-1A. If after 30 days there is no response from the country, the 430 SCMS will ship the condemned item to DLA Distribution Services. The data elements in paragraph A10.1.9. will be included on the Disposal Turn In Document (DTID) to identify the item as a FMS-owned asset. The supply inspector will certify the condemned condition by putting his/her stamp in the remarks block of the DTID. The 430 SCMS will provide the receipt and any condemnation information to the AFSAC case manager. The AFSAC case manager will provide receipt status to the FMS customer. 8.24.9.1. The depot’s warehouse office will inform the 430 SCMS who will, in turn, tell the case manager that the item has been condemned. If the item is on a D/O case and has been condemned, the AFSAC case manager will ask the FMS customer if a replacement reparable is available to replace the condemned item. If not, the case manager will modify the case to delete the item. 430 SCMS will include the data elements on the DTID to identify the item as an FMS-owned asset and clear the unmatched D6 receipt. 8.24.9.2. If the item is on a B/O case, the depot warehouse office will: 8.24.9.2.1. Notify the 430 SCMS of the reparable receipt; who in turn will inform the FMS customer, through the AFSAC case manager. 8.24.9.2.2. Ship the condemned item to DLA Distribution Services. The data elements in paragraph A10.1.9 will be included on the DTID to show the item is an FMS-owned asset. The supply inspector will certify the condemned condition by putting his/her stamp in the remarks block. 8.25. Overall Concept. 8.25.1. When a customer must have a serviceable replacement, the following methods will be used for CLSSA procedures, D/O, and B/O maintenance cases. 8.25.1.1. CLSSA Procedures. CLSSA customers will use the procedures in Attachment 11 for replacement of AF-managed investment items. Materiel Repair Requirements List (MRRL) non-acceptance codes are in Attachment 12. Note: A CLSSA customer must set up one or more maintenance cases (“M”) to provide for repair and return of equipment items, engines, engine modules, and non-standard subsystems. These procedures are in Attachment 13.

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8.25.1.2. D/O maintenance (“M”) cases may set up by all FMS customers. These cases allow for two types of repair services; repair/replace and repair/return. The customer defines specified items/ quantities to be included on the case. Separate cases must be set up for each type of repair. Detailed instructions are in Attachment 14. 8.25.1.3. B/O maintenance (“M”) cases may be set up by all FMS customers. In this type of case, the customer states the dollar value available for maintenance support during a one-year period. Detailed instructions are in Attachment 13. 8.25.2. The IM/ES determines which type of repair support the item will have with regard to FMS (serialized control is not always viable). 8.25.3. The type of repair is normally determined by the ERRC of the item(s) being repaired. The following criteria apply: 8.25.3.1. ERRCs “N” and “P” (consumable items) are not usually eligible for repair under FMS procedures. 8.25.3.2. ERRCs “S” and “U” (equipment items) are repaired on repair/return cases. 8.25.3.3. ERRC “T” (investment items) is usually repaired on repair/replace cases. These items may be repaired on repair/return cases when items are not approved for repair/replace or when the country can justify this method, and the AFLCMC FMS Program Office can ensure the repair can be completed using repair/return procedures. 8.25.4. Precision Measurement Equipment (PME) calibration and repair services. 8.25.4.1. For D/O cases, AFSAC will: 8.25.4.1.1. Receive the P&A request from the FMS customer or the SCO. P&A requests are sent to AFMETCAL/MLSS. 8.25.4.1.2. Obtain P&A data from AFMETCAL/MLSS. AFSAC will compute accessorial costs, prepare an LOA, and send it to the FMS customer for approval and signature 8.25.4.1.3. After getting an approved LOA, AFSAC will get financial OA and prepare an IPD for AFMETCAL/MLSS stating the actions needed. 8.25.4.2. For B/O cases, AFSAC will: 8.25.4.2.1. Prepare the LOA for approval by the FMS customer. After receiving a signed LOA for B/O PMEL calibration services, AFSAC will get financial OA and prepare an IPD for AFMETCAL/MLSS stating the actions needed to support the case. 8.25.4.3. The AFMETCAL/MLS, Metrology Directorate, will: 8.25.4.3.1. Receive metrology planning and review/P&A requests from AFSAC. 8.25.4.3.2. Conduct functional and economic analyses to determine the most efficient method of providing metrology support to SA customers. 8.25.4.3.3. Coordinate PMEL measurement standards and equipment planning and review cost data with the SOS, if applicable. 8.25.4.3.4. Send the metrology support plan data to AFSAC.

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8.26. Non-standard Repair. 8.26.1. Items with an inactive NSN, no NSN, or NSNs with MMACs EX, PU, XL, XT, XV, XW, or XZ cannot be repaired on the CLSSA FMSO II “K” case. They are normally repaired contractually on a defined or B/O repair/return case. If the only source of repair is the AF organic facility, repair may be done organically. All repair bits and pieces not maintained in AF stock will be provided on the repair case and maintained separately at the repair facility. 8.26.2. When a non-standard item is repaired contractually and the AF Plant Representative Office (AFPRO) has no TO to verify that the repair was completed before signing a DD Form 250, a country standard TO or commercial TO may be used. 8.26.3. Additional guidance on non-standard support is in Section 8D. 8.27. Exceptions. 8.27.1. Classified/hazardous/dangerous or explosive items are usually repaired on a D/O repair/return case. This information will be clearly stated in the P&A study. 8.27.2. Any exceptions to the preceding guidance must have AFLCMC/WFN approval along with the source of repair before issuing the LOA. Section 8F—SECTION 30 AECA SALES TO US COMPANIES 8.28. General. Section 30, AECA, allows for the sale of GFE/GFM and related defense services to US companies in connection with proposed direct commercial exports pursuant to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Additional guidance can be located in AFMAN 16-101 and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. 8.29. Authorized Items. Items cannot be sold to US companies in support of direct commercial sales if items can be obtained from US commercial sources in sufficient CWT to meet

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contractual delivery schedules. Sales of items from stock will not normally be authorized if the stock level would drop below the reorder point. Assigned country F/ADs will be used to determine relative priority of requirements. The Director, DSCA will resolve any questions of priority between two or more competing foreign requirements. Sales may be authorized for: 8.29.1. Articles of a type approved for FMS that would be supplied as GFE or GFM for a DoD procurement of an end item and would expedite the direct commercial sale involved. 8.29.2. Services such as transportation, installation, testing, or certification that would be directly related to the direct commercial sale. Such services can only be performed in the US in support of the sale of defense articles. Services alone cannot be provided. 8.30. Authorized Purchasers. Sales may be authorized to a company incorporated in the US when either the company is: 8.30.1. An existing end item prime contractor with an approved export license and final assembly or manufacture will take place in the US, or a known manufacturer, assembler, or developer of ammunition components and either a US subcontractor to an authorized purchaser or; 8.30.2. A US contractor or US subcontractor to a foreign company that is supplying items to a friendly foreign government. 8.31. Processing US Company LORs. US companies desiring Section 30 support submit LORs to SAF/IA. If requests are approved, LOA data is processed through the same channels as normally accomplished for FMS. LOA data must include full recoupment of all DoD support costs to include the various surcharges that would apply to FMS. Section 30 sales agreements are prepared and processed in the same manner as FMS cases. AFMAN 16-101 provides an example of a Section 30 Sales Agreement format. 8.32. Processing Requirements. To implement approved Section 30 Sales Agreements, IPDs will be issued first from SAF/IA then by AFSAC outlining basic authorities, responsibilities, and processing requirements. The US company will be assigned a DoDAAC and will use MILSTRIP requisitioning procedures in submitting requirements. Section 8G—Global Weapon System Support (GWSS) 8.33. Core Principles. GWSS provides a mutually beneficial business model for global support and integrated sustainment of a weapon system. GWSS is comprised of a weapon system fleet of nations who agree to partner with the USAF and other nations to support their weapon system in a collaborative manner, under a single but flexible business model. Some of the core GWSS principles are: 8.33.1. Collective Spares Pool. International partners contribute to a collective pool of weapon system peculiar spares. The pool includes spares replenishment, repair and replace of assets and other services and is owned and managed by the USAF. The funding for the spares pool is pro-rated based on common fleet factors such as partner’s fleet size, flying rate, engine cycles and location. 8.33.2. Common, System Peculiar, Special Mission Assets, and Equipment. GWSS partners evaluate their mission requirements and procure, maintain, and sustain common, system peculiar, and special mission equipment at their operating location. Initial recommendations

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for sustainment are based upon partner’s operational requirements identified in the LOR. Adjustments are made when actual operational data is known. 8.33.3. Integration with USAF Processes and Systems. International partners can optimize benefits by integrating national support teams with USAF and where applicable, leverage off existing USAF systems and processes. 8.33.4. Cost Sharing. International partners share costs associated with the ongoing provision of weapon system peculiar spares and core support services. The funding contribution is pro-rated. Costs associated with common spares and any specific countryunique requirements are not shared. Certain unique requirements can be shared when multiple partners have the same requirement. 8.33.5. Information Sharing. International partners with DoS-approved Third Party Transfer (TPT) agreements may share fleet programmatic, technical and operational information with other partners and participate in USAF-led, multiple nation management meetings and forums. Extent of program implementation is dependent on extent partners provide flying hours, failure rates, and usage data. 8.34. GWSS-Unique Attributes. GWSS allows international partners to share with the USG and each other the resources necessary to provide sustainment support for weapon systems that were acquired through standard FMS and or Direct Commercial Sales (DCS) processes. There are several key differences between support provided through a GWSS versus using standard FMS or DCS sustainment support: 8.34.1. Title Transfer. The GWSS weapon system peculiar “spares pool” are USG-titled assets. Consequently, title transfer from the USG to the international partner occurs when the asset is issued from the Main Operating Base (MOB) supply activity to the maintenance activity for installation on the weapon system. Conversely, title transfer from the international partner to the USG occurs when assets are turned in from the maintenance organizations to the MOB supply activity. Each international MOB supply activity is assigned a Stock Record Account Number IAW AFI 24-230, Maintaining Air Force DoD Activity Address Codes (DODAAC). Title transfer for common supply assets and equipment is in accordance with the terms and conditions of the LOA. 8.34.2. GWSS Transportation. GWSS system peculiar assets shipments to and from an international partner are USG-titled and will be transported in accordance with the DTR 4500.9-R. The shipment modes are the Defense Transportation Service or the designated shipper. Common assets will be shipped as designated in the partners LOA. 8.34.3. Duties and Taxes. US laws permit duty and tax free export from and import into the US of USG-titled assets. International agreements will include provisions for GWSS system peculiar, USG-titled assets to move “Duty Free” through partner’s customs. When an international agreement is not in place with the partner’s country to permit free import and export of USG-titled assets, the duties and taxes are the partner’s responsibility. GWSS system-peculiar spares shipping labels will include plain language text identifying GWSS assets as property of the USG in support of the USAF world-wide “Weapon System Name” (e.g., C-17) requirement. The LOA and Form DSP-94, Authority to Export Defense Articles Sold Under the Foreign Military Sales Program, is the export and import license for common assets.

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8.35. GWSS Membership. International partners purchasing USAF weapon systems where GWSS is provided join the GWSS through the implementation of a LOA with the USG. Membership does not impose obligations, but it does have expectations as to how each partner is to operate and sustain their weapon system fleet. The acceptance of the LOA and GWSS model allows for participants of GWSS to optimize the benefits. Key facets of GWSS membership are: 8.35.1. Level of Engagement and Conformity. International partners may choose to limit their engagement with other GWSS partners, but would forego the associated benefits. International partners may also choose to limit their level of conformity concerning core GWSS model principles and in so doing forego the full GWSS benefits and become liable for additional country-unique support costs. 8.35.2. Benefits. The GWSS model ensures small weapon system fleets remain affordable and through standardization, provides unparalleled opportunities for interoperability. The level of benefit derived, depends on the level of integration sought by each potential partner, the level of commitment to the core principles of the GWSS model and the partner’s commitment to enter into relevant international agreements. 8.35.2.1. Enhanced Affordability. Continued affordability is generated through sharing fixed support costs and obtaining economies of scale for the procurement of goods and services. 8.35.2.2. Improved Support. The consolidation of a collective spares pool and the joint use of support infrastructure provide efficient use of component and aircraft depots, improves timeliness of support, reduces sustainment risks and provides a global network of support bases. 8.35.2.3. Improved Interoperability. The common aircraft configuration and common operational regimen promotes understanding, facilitates joint operational planning, facilitates simulator training and optimizes airlift capabilities. 8.35.3. GWSS Membership Costs. There is no cost directly related to GWSS membership, but there are initial costs that are intrinsically linked to a commitment to the GWSS model. Notably, there are also both initial and ongoing country-unique costs that must be funded by each of the partners. These GWSS-related costs include: 8.35.3.1. Initial Costs. International partner access to the collective system peculiar weapon system spares pool requires the funding to “plus up” the spares pool and to fund for the support services provided by organic or contractor services. The funding required for the initial “plus up” and ongoing support is determined by the USAF and may include contract costs negotiated between the USAF and the contractor. Funding to support the USAF is provided either by a LOA or Memorandum of Understanding depending on the type program established with the partners. 8.35.3.2. Country-Unique Costs. International Partners are responsible for costs associated with ensuring compliance with their national laws and regulations, the provision of specified country-unique services and maintaining national support teams which are collocated with the USAF. Costs associated with configuration deviation from the common baseline or additional contractor services outside the scope of GWSS are the responsibility of the partner.

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8.36. Withdrawal from GWSS. Withdrawal from GWSS will shift total cost of maintaining a weapon system to the withdrawing partner. Access to all GWSS services, the system-peculiar spares pool, and information sharing authorized by the TPT will not be available. The partner’s spares pool investment may be returned on a pro-rated basis dependent on factors determined by the USG that are equitable to the withdrawing partner and all partners who remain in GWSS. Contracting actions entered into by the USG on behalf of the partner will be the responsibility of the partner for the remaining term of the contract. LOAs for common weapon system support will not be affected.

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Chapter 9 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Section 9A—SECURITY ASSISTANCE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (SAMIS) OVERVIEW GUIDANCE AND DATA SUBMISSION 9.1. SAMIS (W001) Reporting Function. 9.1.1. Sources of Data. The SAMIS (W001) maintains and reports comprehensive data on AFMC-managed SAPs. This information comes from many sources, mostly from AF data systems other than SAMIS. The primary function of SAMIS is to monitor requisitioning, supply, shipping and financial data to manage SA agreements. 9.1.2. Program Status and Requisition Status. SAMIS maintains separate data bases for program and requisition status. Each data base is updated daily to show logistical and financial actions as they occur. Program data is made up of financial status and management data on a single SA agreement. This information is consolidated and identified by case designator and line item number. Requisition data includes detailed status records (“AE” supply status, “AS” shipment status, and delivery reports), FF (if customer negotiated), representing actions taken in response to individual requisitions. This information is consolidated by requisition DCN. 9.1.3. Active and Inactive Data Files. Detailed requisition status is kept in SAMIS “active” data files for 180 days beyond requisition completion and shown on all SAMIS reports. Once a requisition has been closed over 180 days, the record goes to the “inactive” file. During this process, intermediate supply status is dropped from SAMIS records and the original requisitions, cancellations, shipments, requisition modifiers status from J041 deliveries and FF data moves to inactive history. Inactive data is only shown on SAMIS reports when the selection parameters allow access to open, closed and completed data. 9.2. Products Available to Customers. 9.2.1. SAP customers get some SAMIS products automatically at no cost. The U-W001EAE/RCS: MTCIA(AR)8402 “Case/Line Item-Basic” goes to all customers each month. The U-W001-HCI “Monthly Report of Repair/Replace Deliveries” goes to applicable customers. The UW001-LIAF “Delinquent FF Transaction” report goes to participating customers. The U-W001-H DA/RCS: SAF-IAX(Q)7106, “Status of Delivery Action on Individual FMS Cases” (Quarterly Requisition Report) is available for automatic distribution when requested. Customers involved in a CLSSA are sent their related products. 9.2.2. Other SAMIS products are available for purchase by the customer. The following products may be bought through an appropriate publications case. Generally, they show a specific condition and are not needed on a regular basis. If, however, a need arises to use one of these products, requests should be directed to the AFSAC case manager. 9.2.2.1. U-W001.-HAV/RCS: MTC-IA(AR)8405, “Open Requisitions: Delinquent Shipping Status.” This product lists requisitions for a case or line item with supply status showing the materiel is available for shipment (“BA”) but without a subsequent shipment status. An option is available to specify the number of days this condition has existed.

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9.3.2. The options/capabilities for SAMIS reports are available via the SAMIS online menuing system. Section 9B—FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS) DELIVERY REPORTS 9.4. FMS Delivery Reporting. 9.4.1. The AFMC SAP delivery reporting OPR is HQ AFMC/FM. However, help from the SOS will be requested, if needed, to meet this responsibility. 9.4.2. FIA records for SAPs are created in data services at each SOS and input to the D035J system for transmission to SAMIS. These records will be used by SAMIS along with matching MILSTRIP “AS” and “A0” (shipment status and requisition, respectively) to prepare detailed delivery records. Certain groups of equipment/materiel are exempt from this requirement. 9.4.2.1. All FMS shipments direct to a customer or designated FF that are shipped from AF inventory or contractual sources (identified by “M,” column 80). 9.4.2.2. All FMS unserviceable (reparable) returns to AF inventory (identified by “M,” column 80). 9.4.2.3. All serviceable returns to AF inventory from an FMS customer, or FMS shipments from AF inventory and diverted to a SOS (identified by “M,” column 80). 9.4.3. Serviceable returns (SCCs “A,” “B,” “C”) to AF inventory from FMS customers, or directed FMS shipments from the POE will be processed as shown in Chapter 8, and the following: 9.4.3.1. If the transaction is a diverted shipment or other directed return (discrepant shipment, Materiel Deficiency Report (MDR) exhibit, SDR, etc.) and the transaction has been reported as delivered, the credit records for these receipts when processed, will have the same date as the original delivery transaction. 9.4.3.2. If the diverted shipment transaction has not yet been reported as delivered, the FIA transaction should be reversed in the D035J system and passed to SAMIS. 9.4.4. Unserviceable returns (SCCs “E,” “F,” and “G”) to AF inventory from FMS customers will be processed as shown in Chapter 8. 9.5. FMS Detailed Delivery Report. 9.5.1. The FMS Detailed Delivery Report is processed monthly (see DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15). This product is exempt from reporting IAW DoD 8910.1-M. 9.5.2. The FMS detail delivery records (which result from purging the delivery suspense file) will be included in the monthly reporting. 9.5.3. A hard copy of the FMS Detailed Delivery Report will be provided to DFASCO/JAK. 9.5.4. SAMIS (W001) will process the FMS Detailed Delivery Report and update the case master record accordingly. SAMIS will forward this report to DFAS for further processing.

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9.5.5. After the last shipment is made against a case, final billings should be accomplished within six months. Within 90 days after the case expiration date, AFSAC case manager, supply operations, and the SOS component will take action to speed delivery of all open items. On open, with unshipped requirements, requisition cases where delivery is not scheduled within five months, the FMS customer will be asked if the requirement still exists (with an idea to cancel the demand — if the cancellation will not result in additional cost to the AF or the FMS customer, and does not impose an undue hardship). Requisition will not be arbitrarily canceled. Action will not be taken against outstanding requirements for firm order cases or cooperative logistics requisition case requirements supported by a stock level case. 9.6. FMS Delivery Reporting (Physical). 9.6.1. Requirements for FMS physical delivery reporting are detailed in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, paragraph C9.13.1.2. The applicable GCs are listed in DSCA Manual 5105.38M, Table C9.T17 and the “C1” delivery transaction format is in Table C9.T18. 9.6.2. Program Managers at the Product Centers are to ensure that FM support staff input the “C1” transactions for physical deliveries in the CMCS by the 20th of each month. Section 9C—MILITARY ARTICLES AND SERVICES LIST (MASL) 9.7. Overview. 9.7.1. Purpose and Scope. The MASL gives availability information through footnote codes for planning and programming resources (materiel, services, and training) under the MAP and IMET Program and the structure for ADP accounting and reporting for MAP, IEMP, and the FMS program. Reference Attachment 15 for a complete list of MASL footnote codes. The MASL is used by the DSCA to track orders and deliveries in the SAP. It serves the needs of GA program originators and gives information to DSCA from supplying agencies on identification and availability of defense articles and services, along with limited data processing codes and instructions. All LOAD requests must have requests for MASL updates when required. All items programmed for SA (MAP, IMET, and FMS) must have a matching entry in the MASL as a major line item NSN (or pseudo/NSN) or as a rolled-up dollar value line. 9.7.2. General. The MASL has resource guidance for SA planning. It sets the level of detail at which GA resources are to be programmed, implemented, and reported. The MASL also has footnotes, MILSTRIP routine identifier, NSN, GC, classification codes, and item descriptions. The MASL is part of the FMS 1200 System Information reporting system. 9.8. Procedures for Processing new MASL Requests/Changes/Deletions. 9.8.1. The AFSAC Document Preparation Branch will: 9.8.1.1. Serve as the AF MASL focal point for all AF activities to provide guidance and process all new MASL requests/changes or deletions. 9.8.1.2. Ensure the MASL materiel listing is current. 9.8.1.3. Provide copies of the MASL materiel listing upon request. This list will include all current AF MASL items.

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9.8.1.4. Receive new MASL requests/changes/deletions via E-mail from any AF activity using the “New MASL Request Checklist” (see Attachment 16). Note the special requirements to address Nonrecurring Cost (NC) for SME/MDE items. 9.8.1.5. Forward DSCA the request for new MASL or request for MASL changes/deletions. Time frame for MASL requests for new non-MDE MASLS is 1-2 weeks (for new MDE MASLS, 2-4 weeks) after submission of NC documentation to SAF/FMB. Changes/Deletions will take 1-2 weeks to complete. 9.8.1.6. Provide the requester with the new MASL changes/deletions when approved by DSCA. Section 9D—SECURITY ASSISTANCE (SA) CUSTOMER CODES 9.9. SA Customer Codes. 9.9.1. General. This section gives customers a reference for codes used in the SAP. It does not try to cover all codes used in SA, but includes those codes the customer will input and/or receive on various documents, transactions, listings, etc. Additional MILSTRIP codes used in the SAP are in AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 1 (when published): 9.9.1.1. The codes included in this section are used along with: 9.9.1.2. Researching part numbers and/or NSNs in FLIS. 9.9.1.3. The preparation and processing of the LOA and its amendments and modifications. 9.9.1.4. The CLSSA FMSO I and II. 9.9.1.5. Requisitioning (“AF__” transactions). 9.9.1.6. Requisition status transactions (“AE__”). 9.9.1.7. Requisition shipping transactions (“AS__”). 9.9.1.8. Delivery transactions. 9.9.1.9. The FF tracking system. 9.9.1.10. Standard Form 364. 9.9.1.11. SAMIS products used by the customer. 9.9.1.12. Buy-back transactions (“FT__”). 9.9.2. A brief description, the structure (alpha/numeric), a directive reference, and individual code explanations are included with each code.

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References AFI 16-105 (IP), Joint Security Cooperation Education and Training, 3 January 2011 AFI 16-201, Air Force Foreign Disclosure and Technology Transfer Program, 1 December 2004 AFI 21-103, Equipment Inventory, Status and Utilization Reporting, 26 January 2012 AFI 21-110, Engineering and Technical Services, 12 April 2012 AFI 23-101, Air Force Materiel Management, 8 August 2013 AFI 23-119, Exchange, Sale, or Temporary Custody of Non-excess Personal Property, 5 June 2001 AFI 33-324, The Air Force Information Collections and Reports Management Program, 6 March 2013 AFI 63-101/20-101, Integrated Life Cycle Management, 7 March 2013 AFI 65-503, US Air Force Cost and Planning Factors, 4 February 1994 AFI 91-204, Safety Investigations and Reports, 24 September 2008 AFH 23-123, Materiel Management Handbook, 8 August 2013 AFJMAN 23-215, Reporting of Supply Discrepancies, 6 August 2001 AFLCR 400-21, Wholesale Inventory Management and Logistics Support of Multi-Service – Used Non-Consumable Item, 27 April 1990 AFMAN 16-101, International Affairs and Security Assistance Management, 15 February 2011 AFMAN 23-122, Materiel Management Procedures, 8 August 2013 AFI 24-230, Maintaining Air Force DoD Activity Address Codes (DODAAC), 20 February 2009 AFMAN 65-604, Appropriation Symbols and Budget Codes (Fiscal Year 2013), 5 November 2013 AFMCI 23-111, Reclamation of Air Force Property, 9 February 2012 AFMCI 24-201, AFMC Packaging and Materials Handling Policies and Procedures, 14 April 2004 Arms Export Control Act (AECA) of 1976 CJCSI 4120.02C, Assignment of Movement and Priority, 22 December 2011 Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation (DFARS), Subpart 225.73, Acquisitions for Foreign Military Sales, current edition DLM 4000.25, Defense Logistics Management System (DLMS), Varies by Volume DLM 4000.25-1, Military Standard Requisition and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP), Varies by Volume

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DLM 4000.25-2, Military Standard Transaction Reporting and Accountability Procedures (MILSTRAP), 13 June 2012 DoD 4140.1-R, DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Regulation, 23 May 2003 DoD 4140.27-M, Shelf-Life Item Management Manual, 5 May 2005 DoD 4160.21-M, Defense Materiel Disposition Manual, 18 August 1997 DoD 7000.14-R, Department of Defense Financial Management Regulations (FMRs), date varies by volume DoD 8910.1-M, DoD Procedures for Management of Information Requirements, 30 June 1998 DoDD 2140.02, Recoupment of Nonrecurring Costs (NCs) on Sales of U.S. Items, 22 May 2013 DoDD 5000.01, The Defense Acquisition System, 12 May 2003 DoDI 2000.20, Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangements, 29 August 2005 DoDI 5000.02, Operation of The Defense Acquisition System, 8 December 2008 DSCA H-1, DSCA Handbook for Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) Drawdown of Defense Articles and Services, 1 June 2004 DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Security Assistance Management Manual (SAMM), 30 April 2012 DTR 4500.9-R, Defense Transportation Regulation, Varies by Part Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), current edition Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 International Traffic in Arms Regulations, 1 April 2011 NACSI 6001, Foreign Military Sales of Communications Security Articles and Services to Foreign Governments and International Organizations (U), 21 September 1984 MIL-STD-129P, Department of Defense Standard Practice: Military Marking for Shipment and Storage, 19 September 2007 MIL-STD-2073-1E, Department of Defense: Standard Practice for Packaging, 7 January 2011 Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Transportation, current edition TO 00-5-19, Security Assistance Technical Order Program SATOP, 1 January 2010 TO 00-35D-54, USAF Deficiency Reporting and Investigating System, 1 October 2009 Adopted Forms AF Form 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication AF Form 1293, Request and Authorization for Assignment and Relocation of Contractor Personnel AFMC Form 206, Temporary Work Request AFTO Form 95, Significant Historical Data AFTO Form 350, Reparable Item Tag

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DD Form 250, Materiel Inspection and Receiving Report DD Form 645A, Foreign Military Sales Billing Statement DD Form 1149, Requisition and Invoice/Shipping Document DD Form 1155, Order for Supplies or Services DD Form 1348, DoD Single Line Item Requisition System Document (Manual) DD Form 1348-1A, Issue Release/Receipt Document DD Form 1348-6, DoD Single Line Item Requisition System Document (Manual-Long Form) DD Form 1348M, Single Line Item Requisition System Document, DoD (Mechanical) DD Form 1577-2, Unserviceable (Reparable) Tag - Materiel DSP-94, Authority to Export Defense Articles Sold Under the Foreign Military Sales Program SF Form 364, Report of Discrepancy SF 1080, Voucher for Transfers Between Appropriations and/or Funds Abbreviations and Acronyms AAC—Acquisition Advice Code ABW—Air Base Wing ACC—Air Combat Command ACO—Administrative Contracting Office(r) ADP—Automated Data Processing AECA—Arms Export Control Act AF—Air Force AFB—Air Force Base AFCIP—Air Force Center for International Programs AFCO—Air Force Certifying Officer AFI—Air Force Instruction AFMAN—Air Force Manual AFMC—Air Force Materiel Command AFMETCAL—Air Force Metrology and Calibration AFPRO—Air Force Plant Representative Office AFSAC—Air Force Security Assistance Cooperation AFSAT—Air Force Security Assistance Training AFSC—Air Force Sustainment Center AFSD—Air Force Supply Directive

AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 AGE—Aerospace Ground Equipment AGM—Air-to-Ground Missile ALC—Air Logistics Complex AMARG—Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group AMC—Air Mobility Command AMD—Average Monthly Demand AOD—Anticipated Offer Date AOL—AFSAC On Line AOQ—Adjusted Over Quantity APOD—Aerial Port Of Debarkation ASI—Amended Shipping Instruction ASIP—Aircraft Structural Integrity Program B/O—Blanket-Order BOA—Basic Ordering Agreement BP—Budget Program BPMA—Bureau of Political Military Affairs C-E—– Communications-Electronics CAD/PAD—Cartridge-Actuated Devices/Propellant Actuated Devices CAGE—Commercial And Government Entity CAS—Contract Administration Service CBL—Commercial Bill of Lading CCaRS—Comprehensive, Cost and Requirement System CCBL—Collect Commercial Bill of Lading CCM—Command Country Manager CETS—Contractor Engineering Technical Services CEX—Controlled Exception CIIC—Controlled Inventory Item Code CIP—Component Improvement Program CLSPSC—Cooperative Logistics Program Support Code CLSSA—Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangement CM—Country Manager CMCS—Case Management Control System

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COMSEC—Communications Security CONUS—Continental United States COS—Certificate Of Service CR—Customer Representative CSAG—Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group CSTO—Country Standard Technical Order CWT—Customer Wait Time D/O—Defined Order DAMES—DLA Transaction Services Automated Message Exchange System DCN—Document Number DCS—Direct Commercial Sale DDN—Defense Data Network DFARS—Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement DFAS—Defense Finance and Accounting Service DFAS—IN – Defense Finance and Accounting Service-Indianapolis DIA—Due-In Asset DIC—Document Identifier Code DIFM—Due-In From Maintenance DLA—Defense Logistics Agency DMIF—Depot Maintenance Industrial Funds DMISA—Depot Maintenance Interservice Support Agreement DoD—Department of Defense DoDD—Department of Defense Directive DoS—Department of State DSAMS—Defense Security Assistance Management System DSCA—Defense Security Cooperation Agency DTC—Delivery Term Code DTID—Disposal Turn-In Document DTR—Defense Transportation Regulations DTS—Defense Transportation System EA—- Expenditure Authority EC—Electronic Combat

AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 ECD—Estimated Completion Date ECISAP—Electronic Combat International Security Assistance Program ECP—Engineering Change Proposal EDA—Excess Defense Article EFTS—Enhanced Freight Tracking System EOD—Explosive Ordnance Disposal EOQ—Economic Order Quantity ERP—Engineering Requirement Plan EPQ—Eligible-to-be-Programmed Quantity ERRC—Expendability, Recoverability, Reparability Category ES—Equipment Specialist ESD—Estimated Ship Date F/AD—Force Activity Designator FAA—Federal Aviation Administration FAR—Federal Acquisition Regulation FAT—First Article Testing FDO—Foreign Disclosure Office FDPO—Foreign Disclosure Policy Office FEMR—FMS Excess Materiel Return FF—Freight Forwarder FHP—Flying Hour Program FIA—Financial Inventory Account FLIS—Federal Logistics Information System FLO—Foreign Liaison Officer FM—Financial Management FMF—Foreign Military Financing FMS—Foreign Military Sales FMSO—Foreign Military Sales Order FOB—Free On Board FOIA—Freedom Of Information Act FSC—Federal Supply Class FSG—Federal Supply Group

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FY—Fiscal Year GA—Grant Aid GC—General Counsel GFE—Government-Furnished Equipment GFM—Government-Furnished Materiel GIM—Gaining Item Manager GPC—Government Purchase Card GPS—Global Positioning System GSA—General Services Administration GWSS—Global Weapon System Support HAP—High Accident Potential HAZMAT—Hazardous Material HHQ—Higher Headquarters HQ—Headquarters HTSUS—- Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United Stated I&S—Interchangeability and Substitutability IA—Implementing Agency IAW—In Accordance With ICS—Interim Contract Support IEMP—International Engine Management Program IG—Inspector General IIP—In-transit Inspection Point ILCO—International Logistics Control Organization ILCS—International Logistics Communication System ILSP—Integrated Logistics Support Plan IMET—International Military Education and Training IM—Item Manager IMM—Integrated Materiel Manager IMPAC—International Merchant Purchase Authorization Card IMS—Inventory Management Specialist IPC—Indirect Pricing Component IPD—International Program Directive

AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 ISS—Interim Supply Support IT—Information Technology ITAR—International Traffic in Arms Regulation IWIPS—International Weapon Item Projection System JA—Judge Advocate JCAPP—Joint Conventional Ammunition Policies and Procedures LIM—Losing Item Manager LM—Local Manufacture LMC—Line Manager Code LOA—Letter of Offer and Acceptance LOAD—Letter of Offer and Acceptance Data LOR—Letter of Request LOT—Life-of-Type LP—Local Purchase LRN—Logistics Reference Number LSC—Logistics Support Charge MAJCOM—Major Command MAP—Military Assistance Program MAPAC—Military Assistance Program Address Code MAPAD—Military Assistance Program Address Directory MASL—Military Articles and Services List MBQ—Minimum Buy Quantity MCR—Materiel Cost Recovery MDD—Management Distribution Designator MDE—Major Defense Equipment MDEL—Major Defense Equipment List MDR—Materiel Deficiency Report MDS—Mission Design Series MILSTRIP—Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures MIPR—Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request MMAC—Materiel Management Aggregation Code MOA—Memorandum Of Agreement

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MOB—Main Operating Base MORD—Miscellaneous Obligation Reimbursement Document MRO—Materiel Release Order MRP—Materiel Returns Program MRL—Materiel Requirements List MRQ—Maximum Release Quantity MRRL—Materiel Repair Requirements List MTCR—Missile Technology Control Regime MUP—Mark-Up Price N/A or NA—– Not Applicable NAC—National Agency Check NACSI—National COMSEC Instruction NATO—North Atlantic Treaty Organization NC—Nonrecurring Cost or Non-Cataloged NCB—National Codification Bureau ND—Non-Definitive NDP—National Disclosure Policy NGV—Night Vision Goggle NHA—Next Higher Assembly NIIN—National Item Identification Number NIMSC—Non-Consumable Item Materiel Support NMCS—Not Mission Capable Supply NOA—Notice Of Availability NPSD—Non-Programmed Suspense Date NRTS—Not Reparable This Station NSA—National Security Agency NSN—National Stock Number NSSC—Notice of Supply and Service Completion O&I—Organizational and Intermediate O&M—Operation and Maintenance OA—Obligation Authority OAC—Operating Agency Code

AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 OC—Override Cost OC—ALC – Oklahoma City-Air Logistics Complex ODC—Office of Defense Cooperation OED—Offer Expiration Date OI—Operating Instruction OJT—On-the-Job Training OO—ALC – Ogden-Air Logistics Complex OP—Override Percent OPR—Office of Primary Responsibility ORC—Offer Release Code OS—Overseas OSD—Office of the Secretary of Defense OSI—Office of Special Investigations OUSD—Office of the Under Secretary of Defense OWRM—Other War Reserve Materiel P&A—Price and Availability PA—Pricing Activity PCC—Primary Category Code PC&H—Packing, Crating, and Handling PCH&T—Packing, Crating, Handling, and Transportation PCS&T—Packing, Crating, Storage, and Transportation PCO—Procurement Contracting Office PCS—Permanent Change of Station PEO—Program Executive Office PICA—Primary Inventory Control Activity PL—Public Law PM—Program Manager PME—Professional Military Education or Precision Measurement Equipment PMEL—Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory PMO—Product Management Office PO—Project Order POC—Point of Contact

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POD—Port of Debarkation POE—Port of Embarkation POL—Petroleum, Oil and Lubricants POM—Program Objective Memorandum POP—Period Of Performance PQDR—Product Quality Discrepancy Report PR—Purchase Request PROS—Parts and Repair Ordering System PTSR—Preliminary Technical Survey Report PWS—Production Work Schedule QAID—Quick Access Identification QTY—Quantity QUP—Quantity Unit Pack RAC—Reporting Activity Code RAD—Required Availability Date RCN—Record Control Number RCS—Reports Control Symbol RDD—Required Delivery Date RDO—Redistribution Order RDT&E—Research, Development, Test and Evaluation RIB—Recoverable Item Breakdown RIC—Routing Identifier Code RID—Routing Identifier ROD—Report of Discrepancy ROM—Rough Order of Magnitude RP—Reference Point or Record Position SA—Security Assistance SAAM—Special Assignment Airlift Mission SAF—Secretary of the Air Force SAMIS—Security Assistance Management Information System SAMM—Security Assistance Management Manual SAP—Security Assistance Program

AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 SAPM—Security Assistance Program Manager SAR—Supply Assistance Request SATODS—Security Assistance Tech Order Data System SCM—Supply Chain Management SCMS—Supply Chain Management Squadron SCO—Security Cooperation Organization SDAF—Special Defense Acquisition Fund SDP—Storage and Distribution Point SDR—Supply Discrepancy Report SE—Support Equipment SICA—Secondary Inventory Control Activity SIRS—Secondary Item Requirements System SLQ—Stock Level Quantity SMCA—Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition SME—Significant Military Equipment SNUD—Stock Number User Directory SO—Satellite Office SOR—Source of Repair SOS—Source of Supply SOW—Statement of Work SPI—Special Packaging Instruction SRAN—Stock Record Account Number SSAL—Sole Source Acquisition Authorization Letter STARR—Supply Tracking Reparable Return System SVI—Single Vendor Integrity TA—Type Assistance TAC—Type of Address Code TACOM—Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command TBC—Transportation Bill Code TCG—Technical Coordination Group TCN—Transportation Control Number TCP—Technical Coordination Program

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TCTO—Time Compliance Technical Order TDP—Technical Data Package TDY—Temporary Duty TO—Technical Order TPT—Third Party Transfer TWS—Task Work Specification UAP—Unserviceable Asset Price UCOM—Unified Command UI—Unit of Issue UID—Unique Identification UJC—Urgency Justification Code UMMIPS—Uniform Materiel Movement and Issue UND—Urgency of Need Designator US—United States USAF—United States Air Force USAFE—United States Air Forces in Europe USASAC—United States Army Security Assistance Command USC—United States Code USD—Under Secretary of Defense USG—United States Government USPS—United States Postal Service WC—Waive Cost WCF—Working Capital Fund WR—ALC – Warner Robins-Air Logistics Complex WRM—War Reserve Materiel WSLO—Weapons System Logistics Officer WWRS—Worldwide Warehouse Redistribution Service Terms Acceptance— The act of an authorized representative of the government by which the government assumes for itself, or as agent of another, ownership of existing and identified supplies tendered, or approves specific services rendered, as partial or complete performance of the contract on the part of the contractor. See also Letter of Offer and Acceptance .

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Acceptance (of Transaction)— Automated system notification that a transaction has passed all of the applicable Security Assistance Management Information System (SAMIS) edits and is ready for routing or further processing. Accessorial Costs— The costs of packing, crating and handling (PC&H), and transportation which are incidental to issues, sales, and transfers of materiel and are not included in the standard price or contract cost of materiel. An exception to this is Working Capital Fund (WCF) items. Accountability— The obligation imposed by law, lawful order, or regulation, accepted by an organization or person for keeping accurate records, to ensure control of property, documents or funds, with or without physical possession. The obligation, in this context, refers to the fiduciary Acquisition Advice Code— One-digit alpha code that indicates how (as distinguished from where) and under what restrictions an item will be acquired. Reference DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 58. Acquisition Authorization— Authority to proceed with contractual arrangements to fulfill an FMS requirement. Acquisition Cost— The amount, net of both trade and cash discounts, paid for the property, plus transportation costs and other ancillary costs. Reference DoDI 5000.64. Acquisition Lead Time— The sum of the administrative lead time and production lead time. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Acquisition Value— The actual or estimated value of an item or service in terms of its original cost to the US, exclusive of any costs incurred subsequent to acquisition and without regard to the time at which actual acquisition occurred or the method by which it was financed. Activation Date— The date that a capability or weapon system is scheduled to be fully operational; therefore, the date required for a site (or base) to be operationally ready, including facility construction, and the accumulation, installation, calibration and checkout of operational and support requirements. Actual Cost— A cost sustained in fact, on the basis of costs incurred, as distinguished from forecasted or estimated costs. Administrative Contracting Officer— The U.S. government contracting officer who is assigned the responsibility for the administration of U.S. government contracts. Administrative Cost/Charge— The value of costs associated with the administration of FMS program. The prescribed administrative percentage cost for a case appears in the LOA. This percentage is applied against the case. Expenses charged directly to the FMS case (as prescribed by the LOA) are not included. Administrative Lead Time— The time interval between identifying a new to buy and letting of a contract or the placing of order. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Advice Code— Numeric/alphabetic or numeric/numeric MILSTRIP codes used to provide coded instruction to supply sources when such data are considerate essential to supply action and entry in narrative form is not feasible. Code is found in record positions 65-66 of a requisition. Reference DLM 4000.25-M, Appendix 2.15.

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Aerial Port of Debarkation— A station that serves as an authorized port to process and clear aircraft and traffic for entrance to the country where located. Reference DTR 4500.9-R. Aerial Port of Embarkation— A station that serves as an authorized port to process and clear aircraft and traffic for departure from the country where located. Reference DTR 4500.9-R. Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) Line Item Summary— Portrays AFMC’s portion of an LOA sale (master case) when line item control is implemented; purpose is to summarize financial data (not applicable to “U” cases). Air Force Certifying Officer— Appointed by the using activity OPR to be the government’s on-site representative to ensure the contractor meets the requirements of the Task Work Specification and monitor Contractor Engineering and Technical Services personnel time and attendance. Reference AFI 21-110. Aircraft Structural Integrity Program— A program applied to an aircraft system to improve design, diagnose possible structure failures, give a basis for corrective action, and predict operational life expectancy of the weapon system. Reference AFI 65-601, Volume 1. Allocation— An authorization by a designated official of a DoD component making funds available within a prescribed amount to an operating agency for the purpose of making funding allotments (i.e., the first subdivision of an apportionment of funds). Amendment— An amendment of an FMS case constitutes a scope change to an existing LOA and requires customer acceptance. Appropriation— A part of an Appropriation Act providing a specified amount of funds to be used for designated purposes. Each appropriation has a finite period of time for incurring obligations. Appropriations Act— Legislation initiated by the House and Senate Appropriations Committees that provides authority for Federal agencies to incur obligations and to make payments out of the Treasury for specified purposes. An appropriation act is the most common means of providing budget authority. There are thirteen regular appropriation acts for each fiscal year. Arms Export Control Act (AECA)— The basic U.S. law providing the authority and general rules for the conduct of foreign military sales and commercial sales of defense articles, defense services, and training. The AECA came into existence with the passage of the Foreign Military Sales Act (FMSA) of 1968. An amendment in the International Security Assistance and Arms Export Control Act of 1976 changed the name of FMSA to the AECA. Reference 22 USC Sec 2751. Arms Transfer— The sale, lease, loan, or other transfer of defense articles and defense services, such as arms, ammunition, and implements of war; including components thereof and the training, manufacturing licenses, technical assistance and technical data related thereto, provided by the USG under the authority of the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) of 1961, as amended, or the Arms Export Control Act (AECA), as amended; other statutory authority; or directly by commercial firms to foreign countries, foreign private firms, or to international organizations. Articles— Items of supply or equipment requested or provided under FMS procedures. Reference AFMAN 16-101.

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Assembly— An item forming a portion of an equipment that can be provisioned and replaced as an entity and which normally incorporates replaceable parts or groups of parts. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Asset—- Primary or secondary materiel, including materiel on hand and due-in. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Asset Use Charge— A charge for use of DoD assets (facilities and/or equipment) to recoup depreciation and interest on investment. Reference DoD 7000.14-R. Attrition— The total destruction of a DoD capital asset (e.g., a training aircraft) when a foreign student was in physical control of the asset or as direct result of negligence, simple or gross. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Availability— The period of time after case acceptance that an article or service will be provided. Availability is stated in months in block (18) of the LOA. Average Monthly Demand— SAMIS calculation based on the quantity of FMSO II recurring requisition over a four year history period. SAMIS weights older requisitions less than newer requisitions. The SAMIS Demand History File is available on the “CLSSA Stock Level Item Query” Report (456). Data is available on-line. Back Order— The quantity of an item requisitioned by ordering activities that is not immediately available for issue but is recorded as a stock commitment for future issue. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Billing Statement— The DD Form 645 Billing Statement represents the official claim for payment by the USG referred to in Letters of Offer and Acceptance. It also furnishes an accounting to the FMS purchaser for all costs incurred on his behalf under each agreement. Blanket Order Case— An agreement between a foreign customer and the USG for a specific category of items or services (including training) with no definitive listing of items or quantities. The case specifies a dollar ceiling against which orders may be placed. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Budget— A planned program for a fiscal period in terms of estimated costs, obligations, and expenditures. Reference AFMAN 65-604. Budget Authority— Authority provided by law to enter into obligations that will result in immediate or future outlays involving federal government funds. The basic forms of budget authority are appropriations, authority to borrow, and contract authority. Budget authority relates to direct programs. Reference DoD 7000.14-R. Budget Code— Code is used on the open requisition master record to identify an item of inventory as investment or expense and to either maintenance or stock fund appropriations. It is found on SAMIS products including HBC, HBY, and RCI. Reference AFMAN 65-604. Bulk Commitment— A method of committing funds in SAMIS that is used to reserve specified amounts for projected requirements. It is not definitive like a requisition or custom commitment. Cancelled Case— An FMS case which was not accepted or funded within prescribed time limitations, or was canceled by the requesting country or the USG. Purchaser electing to cancel all or part of case prior to delivery of defense articles, or performance of services, will be responsible for all (or associated) termination costs.

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Capability— The ability to achieve a desired effect under specified standards and conditions through combinations of ways and means to perform a set of tasks. Reference Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms. Carrier— A military or commercial ship, aircraft, barge, train or truck, or a commercial transport company that moves material from one location to another. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Cartridge Activated Devices and Propellant Activated Devices (CAD/PAD)— Commodity items that function as a system component. In operation, they release precise explosive or propellant energy to perform controlled work functions in a variety of applications, including aircrew escape, fire suppression, and stores/emergency release systems. These items have a defined shelf/service life and must be replaced periodically. Case— A US Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA), and any subsequent amendments or modifications, that have been accepted by a foreign country. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38M. Case Designator— A unique designator assigned by the implementing agency to each FMS case. The designator originates with the offer of a sale, identifies the case through all subsequent transactions, and is generally a three-letter designation, comprising the last element of the case identifier. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M and AFMAN 16-101. Case Manager— Responsible for the case, from receipt of the Letter of Request (LOR) to final case closure. CMs are assigned to AFSAC and AFSAT. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Catalog Management Data— The range of management data applied to an item of supply, primarily restricted to the data necessary to acquire and account for the item at the requisitioner level. CMD, together with Major Organizational Entity (MOE) Rule and related item status data, constitute a record that tells how, why, where, when, and by whom items of supply are managed or used in the life cycle of materiel management. CMD is developed by the IMM, used by the registered user(s) in maintaining their materiel management system and recorded and maintained in the FCS. Reference DoD 4100.39-M. Cataloging— The act of naming, classifying, describing, and numbering each item repetitively used, purchased, stocked, or distributed to distinguish each item from every other item. Also included is the maintenance of information related to the item and the dissemination of that information to item users. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Classes of Supply— Term used to divide supplies and equipment into 10 easily identifiable categories of materiel that are depicted by Roman Numerals. Not to be confused with Federal Supply Class. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Classified Item— Materiel that requires protection in the interest of national security. Reference AFI 23-101. Closed Case— An FMS case on which all materiel has been delivered and/or all services have been performed, all financial transactions, including all collections, have been completed, and the customer has received a final statement of account. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Command Country Manager— Each partner (either a foreign partner or an international organization) is assigned a CCM to oversee its overall security assistance program. The CCM reviews all partner requests (e.g., P&A, LOA, amendments, modifications, and leases) and

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manages the program portfolio through reviews, visits, and correspondence. The CCM is responsible for all formal interfaces with the partner with respect to cases managed. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Commercial Bill of Lading— A Commercial Bill of Lading designates the receipt of goods shipped on board a transportation conveyance (e.g., truck, rail, ship, airplane) and signed by the carrier (or the carrier’s agent) who contracts to carry the cargo. A Commercial Bill of Lading states the terms on which the goods are carried. Carrier documentation used for transportation of shipments, such as that used by small package express carriers. It includes the commercial procedures related to the use of such documentation. Reference DTR 4500.9-R. Commercial Sale—- Sale of defense articles or services made under a Department of State issued license by US industry directly to a foreign buyer, and which is not administered by the DoD through FMS procedures. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Commercial-Type Items— Any items, including those expended or consumed in use which, in addition to military use, are used and traded in normal civilian enterprise and may be imported/exported through normal international trade channels. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Commitment (financial)— Any communication between a responsible US official and a representative foreign official (including officials of any international organization or supranational authority) which reasonably could be interpreted as being a promise that the US will provide a foreign government (including international organizations or supranational authorities) with funds (including long term credit assignments), goods, services, or information. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Common Item— Items of supply used by more than one activity on various systems, subsystems, support equipment, components, and spares. Component— An assembly or any combinations of parts, subassemblies, or assemblies mounted together in manufacture, assembly, maintenance, or rebuild. Reference Joint Pub (JP) 1-02. Component Improvement Program— Follow-on engineering efforts to continue the improvement of engine serviceability (improved parts, maintenance techniques, increased inspection/overhead intervals, modification, etc.). Comprehensive Cost and Requirement System (CCaRS)— A graphical financial management system designed to give government agencies greater flexibility and control over their budgets. It adapts to unique business processes in an electronic, paperless environment and interfaces with the Automated Business Services System (ABSS). Continental United States— United States territory, including the adjacent territorial waters, located within the North American continent between Canada and Mexico. Does not include Hawaii or Alaska. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Contract— An agreement between two or more persons who are legally capable of making a binding agreement, which involves: a promise (or set of promises); a consideration (i.e., something of value promised or given); a reasonable amount of understanding between the persons as to what the agreement means; and a legal means for resolving any breach of the agreement. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M.

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Contract Administration Services (CAS)— All those actions accomplished in or near a contractor's plant for the benefit of the U.S. government which are necessary to the performance of a contract or in support of the buying offices, system/project managers, and other organizations, including quality assurance, engineering support, production surveillance, preaward surveys, mobilization planning, contract administration, property administration, industrial security, and safety. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Contractor Engineering and Technical Services (CETS)— On-site Engineering and Training Services provided by technically qualified defense contractor representatives to elevate the skills and abilities of AF Engineering and Technical Services Air Force military and civilian personnel to the self-sufficiency level. May also refer to the people who perform these duties. Reference AFI 21-110. Controlled Inventory Item Code (CIIC)— One position alpha/numeric/symbol code that represents three separate segments of codes used to identify an items: security classification and/or; sensitivity; or pilferage controls for storage and transportation of DoD assets. CIICs identify the extent and type of special handling required due the classified nature of special characteristics of an item. Reference DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 61. Consumable Item— An item of supply (except explosive ordnance and major end items of equipment) that is normally expended or used up beyond recovery in the use for which it is designed or intended. Also referred to as EOQ or expendable items. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangement (CLSSA)— Military logistics support arrangements designed to provide responsive and continuous supply support at the depot level for US-made military materiel possessed by foreign countries and international organizations. The CLSSA is normally the most efficient means for providing common repair parts and secondary item support for equipment of US origin that is in allied and friendly country inventories. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Country and Activity Code— Two-digit alpha-alpha or alphanumeric code that identifies the purchaser. It is used by DSCA to represent the country, international organization, region, or program authority associated with transactions recorded in Security Cooperation systems. Also known as security cooperation customer codes. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Table C4.T2 and DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.18). Credit— Transactions approved on a case-by-case basis by the Department of State, Treasury and Defense, which allow repayment of military export sales for periods beyond 120 days after delivery of materiel or performance of service (Sec 23, AECA). Custom Commitment— A method of committing/billing funds in SAMIS that is used to reserve and identify specific funds for projected requirements that cannot be definitized using a MILSTRIP requisition. Customer Asset Reporting Transaction Status Code— Two-position alpha/numeric code used on due-in excess reports to reject asset transactions. This code gives information to the excess reporting activity or supplementary addressee and/or to other activities (when authorized). Code is found in rp 65-66 of MILSTRIP transaction. Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.16. and AFH 23-123, Volume 1 for a complete list of codes.

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Customer Wait Time— A measurement of the total elapsed time between the issuance of a customer order and satisfaction of that order. Reference DoDI 4140.61, Customer Wait Time and Time Definite Delivery. Damage— Partial or total marring of the appearance or reduction in usability of the materiel for its intended purpose. For security assistance, damage describes a condition creating impaired item functionality. Reference DLM 4000.25-M, Volume 1, Appendix 2. Data Element— A single unit of data related to an item record. Each data element is identified by a specific data element name to allow its selection for inclusion into output documents showing its relationship to other data, and for file maintenance purposes. Data Identifier Code— A three-position alpha/numeric code assigned by the Air Force Security Assistance Center (AFSAC) control office. This code is unique for each initial or major add program and is assigned to each associated SAMIS transaction. Also, every renegotiation product is identified by its own data identifying code. It is required to distinguish reparable item procurement and consumable item levels (—N) from the reparable repair levels (—H). The third position of the identifier code must be an “N” or an “H.” Deactivated System— A weapon system (including ground communication-electronics systems) which is no longer part of the active USAF inventory but remains part of an FMS customer's active inventory. Defect— Any nonconformance of a characteristic with specified requirements. Defects are classified as critical, major, or minor. (Also see Severity Classification; Critical, Major, and Minor Defect). Reference TO 00-35D-54. Defense Article (Military Sales)— As defined, FAA, Section 644 (22 USC 2403) and AECA, section 47(3)(22 USC 2794), includes any weapon, weapons system, munitions, aircraft, vessel, boat or other implement of war; any property, installation, commodity, materiel, equipment, supply, or goods used for the purposes of furnishing military assistance or making military sales; any machinery, facility, tool, materiel, supply, or other item necessary for the manufacture, production, processing, repair, servicing, storage, construction, transportation, operation, or use of any other defense article or any component or part of any articles listed above, but shall not include merchant vessels or as defined by the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended (42 USC 2011), source materiel, byproduct materiel, special nuclear materiel, production facilities, utilization facilities, or atomic weapons or articles involving restricted data. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Defense Attaché Office (DAO)— A DoD organization assigned to a U.S. diplomatic mission overseas for the purposes of overt gathering of military information, representing the U.S. Department of Defense in the conduct of military liaison activities, and performing as a component of the U.S. country team. Several DAO's have been designated by the President as being responsible for security assistance functions in a host country. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Defense Finance And Accounting Service (DFAS)— The accounting agency for DoD. Reference AFI 65-116, Air Force Purchases Using Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPRs).

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Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Disposition Services— Field activity of the DLA charged with the responsibility of managing all aspects of the process of receiving, storing, marketing, redistributing, and disposing of all materiel determined by elements of the DoD materiel management structure to be excess to the needs of a DoD activity. DLA Logistics Information Service— A field activity of the DLA located at Battle Creek, MI. It serves as the custodian of Federal logistics data for suppliers, supply items, assigns NSNs, disseminates logistics information, and serves as the United States National Codification Bureau. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Defense Service (FMS)— As defined FAA, Section 644 (22 USC 2403) and AECA, section 47(3)(22 USC 2794),includes any service, test, inspection, repair, training, publication, technical or other assistance, or defense information used for the purpose of furnishing military assistance or FMS, but does not include military education and training activities or design and construction services under section 29, AECA. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Defense Transportation System— That portion of the worldwide transportation infrastructure that supports Department of Defense transportation needs in peace and war. DTS consists of two major elements: military (unique) and commercial resources. These resources include aircraft, assets, services, and systems unique to, contracted for, or controlled by the Department of Defense. Reference DTR 4500.9-R. Deficiency Report— The generic term used within the USAF to record, submit and transmit deficiency data which may include, but is not limited to a Deficiency Report involving quality, materiel, software, warranty, or informational deficiency data submitted using the SF 368 or equivalent format. Reference TO 00-35D-54. Defined Order (D/O) Case— FMS cases characterized by orders for specific defense articles and services that are separately identified line items on the LOA. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Definitization— The process of tailoring a standard DoD system to the international partner's operational requirements, by making adjustments to the item configuration, the type and quantity of spare parts, and the logistics support package. Definitization is an extension of the DoD's provisioning process. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Delivered Value— Value of items/services that have been estimated or actual (final) delivery reported for a case or line item. Value is derived by summarizing the extended values of delivery transactions against a case or line item. Delivery— Includes constructive or actual delivery; also, includes the performance of services for the customer or requisitioner, as well as accessorial services, when they are normally recorded in the billing and collection cycle immediately following performance. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Delivery Term Code (DTC)— A one-digit alphanumeric code that designates DoD/purchasing country’s responsibility for transportation and handling cost. It represents how far the USG is responsible for arranging transportation of defense articles going to an international customer. References DTR 4500.9-R, Part II, Appendix E; DLM 4000.25, Volume 6, Appendix 1.05.; and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M.

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Delivery Transaction— A transaction that reports services/materiel are supplied and financially completed. The delivery indicates the customer's requirement has been satisfied and documents (transactions) have been provided that will ensure recovery of costs incurred in the sale of the requirement. USAF deliveries are either generated automatically or manually. DIA, GSA, and other service deliveries are processed by SAMIS. DFAS provides additive charges updates on selected Air Force deliveries. Demand— An indication of a requirement (requisition, request, issue, and reparable generation; etc.) for issue of serviceable materiel. Demands are categorized as either "recurring" or "nonrecurring." Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Demand Code— One position alpha/numeric code that has dual use and the meaning of the code entered is dependent upon the directional flow of the document (rp 44). Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.8. Demand Rate/History— The average number of units/items requested in a specific time period. Dependable Undertaking (FMS)— An excepted term and condition within the FMS case (or LOA). A firm commitment by a foreign government or international organization to pay the full amount of a contract for new production or for the performance of defense services which will assure the US against any loss on such contract and to make funds available in such amounts and at such times as may be required by the contract, or for any damages and costs that may accrue from the cancellation of such contract, provided that, in the judgment of DoD, there is sufficient likelihood that the foreign government or international organization will have the economic resources to fulfill the commitment. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Depot Maintenance Inter—Service Support Agreement (DMISA) – A formalized agreement similar to a contract whereby one Service (the Agent) obligates itself to provide depot maintenance support for another Service (the Principal). Reference DLM 4000.25. Deterioration— A breakdown in composition of an item that makes it inferior in quality and value. Reference DLM 4000.25. Direct Citation Funds— Annual funds made available under appropriation 57.11* 1080.XXI for direct citation on commitment, obligation and expenditure documents. The funds will also be used to reimburse AF appropriations when deliveries are made from AF inventory or when procurement has been initially financed with AF appropriations. If direct citation funds are not obligated by the end of the fiscal year; they expire and cannot be used in the ensuing fiscal year unless reappropriated by the Congress. Direct Commercial Sale— Sale of defense articles or defense services made under a DoS issued license by US industry directly to a foreign buyer, and which is not administered by DoD through FMS procedures. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Disposition Code— One digit alpha code that shows a CLSSA customer’s preference for asset liquidation on a drawdown requisition. Reference AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 1. Disposal MAP Property— MAP property determined to be no longer needed by the recipient country for the purpose initially furnished and for which no further MAP requirement exists, and MAP property which does not meet the criteria for utilization screening and is classified as disposable property by the in-country Security Cooperation Office (SCO) when initially reported by the country. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M.

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Distribution Code— A code that indicates which activity will receive 100 percent supply status as well as other management data. Reference DLM 4000.25-1. Diversion—- Any deliberate action that causes materiel ordered to meet a foreign commitment to be delivered to other than the original intended recipient. Document Identifier Code (DIC)— Three position alpha/numeric code (rp 1-3) used to identify: actions as forming a part of the inventory accounting system; the type of document and effect a transaction has upon inventory control records; and the specific relation of various inventory transactions to appropriation fund and stock fund financial statements. DICs identify transactions to logistics system(s) and specific operation to which they apply. Also indicate the intended purpose and use of the transaction data. Reference: DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.01 and AFH 23-123, Volume 1. Document Number— Unique, non-duplicative 14-digit identification field that is assigned to each requisition/custom commitment (rp 30-43). All subsequent correspondence and update transactions involving the requisition/custom commitment must contain this number. It is assigned by the requisitioner to each requisition entering SAMIS. References are DLM 4000.251, Appendix 2.07; and AFH 23-123, Volume 1. Dollar Value Line— A program line representing a requirement for certain services, commodities, or a grouping of items of materiel (normally of high density and low unit cost) for which the requirement is measured only in dollars. These lines are identified in MASL by unit of issues XX (dollars). Drawdown Requisition— A requisition used in the Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangement program to reduce liability for assets that were stocked by the USAF for a customer. These requisitions will be coded to allow for various draw-down options (e.g., USAF absorption if possible, or buy out of assets and shipment to country, etc.). Due—In - The quantity of materiel expected to be received under outstanding procuring and requisitioning instruments, and quantities from other sources such as transfers, reclamation, and recovery. Economic Order Quantity (EOQ)— Quantity derived from a mathematical technique used to determine the optimum (lowest) total variable costs-to-order and hold inventory. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Effective Date (Case/Line Item)— This is the date when transaction can process against a case/line. For a blanket order case, this is the case/line implementation date, for a defined order case this date is specified in the LOA. Eligible—To-Be-Programmed-Quantity (EPQ) - That portion of a FMSO I investment item stock level quantity (SLQ) that is available for coding a FMSO II requisition as a programmed demand. If the FMSO II requisition quantity is greater than the EPQ, the requisition is coded as nonprogrammed. EPQ is shared by all CLSSA customers. End Item— A final combination of end products, component parts, and/or materials ready for its intended use (i.e., aircraft, mobile machine shop, etc.) Reference Joint Pub 1-02 and DoD 4140.1-R. Engineering Change Proposal (ECP)— This document is used to propose any changes to an item, facility, part, etc. (already delivered or intended to be delivered), which require revision to:

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the contract specifications or engineering drawings; or the reference documents approved or authorized for applicable items under government contracts. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Equipment— Personal property that is functionally complete for its intended purpose, durable, and nonexpendable. Equipment generally has an expected service life of 2 years or more; is not intended for sale; does not ordinarily lose its identity or become a component part of another article when put into use; has been acquired or constructed with the intention of being used. Non—expendable items with an ERRC “S” or “U” that are needed to outfit an individual or organization. Refers to clothing, tools, utensils, vehicles, test equipment, and similar items. Reference DoDI 5000.64. Estimated Completion Date— Date service is estimated for completion. Estimated Ship Date— Field is used to show approximate date the materiel is anticipated to be shipped to the requisitioner/FMS customer. It includes procurement (administrative and production) lead time and other factors affecting production schedules. Excess— Materiel that has completed reutilization screening within the Department of Defense and is not required for the needs and the discharge of responsibilities of any DoD activity. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Excess Defense Articles (EDA)— Defense articles owned by the USG which are neither procured in anticipation of military assistance or sales requirements, nor procured pursuant to a military assistance or sales order. EDA are items (except construction equipment) that are in excess of the Approved Force Acquisition Objective and Approved Force Retention Stock of all Department of Defense components at the time such articles are dropped from inventory by the supplying agency for delivery to countries or international organizations. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Exchange Price— The latest repair cost, plus direct allocable cost at latest repair cost, plus business overhead cost at latest repair cost, plus material cost recovery; or latest recovery cost, plus direct allocable cost at latest repair cost, plus business overhead cost at latest repair cost, plus material cost recovery. Reference AFH 23-123, Volume 1. Exhibit— The item reported as being deficient, or a sample item which represents the reported deficient condition, which can be analyzed to determine the possible cause of the defect. Reference TO 00-35D-54. Expendability. Recoverability, Reparability Category (ERRC) Code— One-position alpha code used to categorize AF inventory into various management groupings. These groupings determine the type of management used throughout the logistics cycle, designate the methodology to be used in computing requirements, and are used in the accumulation and reporting of asset and usage data. The ERRC is an AF peculiar data element used in conjunction with other data elements to depict the AF overall logistics management and maintenance. Reference AFH 23-123, Volume 1. Expenditure Authority (EA, as used in FMS)— A document passed from DFAS-IN to an FMS case implementing DoD component that allows expenditures against obligations previously recorded against an FMS case. The disbursing activity must ensure that cash is available prior to processing the disbursement. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M.

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Expense— The outflow or other depletion of assets or incurrence of liabilities (or a combination of both) during some period as a result of providing goods, rendering services, or carrying out other activities related to an entity’s programs and missions, the benefits from which do not extend beyond the present operating period. In financial accounting and reporting, the costs that apply to an entity’s operations for the current accounting period are recognized as expenses of that period. Reference DoD 7000.14-R. Expense Items— Materiel that is consumed upon issue to the final user or will be consumed shortly thereafter. Consumable-type materiel includes budget code 9 (ERRCD XB3 or XF3) assets. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)— The primary regulation for use by federal executive agencies for the acquisition of supplies and services with appropriated funds. The document, published in 1984, consolidated the major procurement regulations of various departments and agencies. The intent of the FAR is to standardize the content, decrease the volume of documents, and to achieve consistency throughout government. The principal agencies involved in putting together the FAR were DoD, the General Services Administration, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the three largest buyers. The FAR is broader than just contracting and applies to all goods and services. It directs the defense program manager in many ways, including contract award procedures, acquisition planning, warranties, and establishing guidelines for competition. Besides the FAR, each agency has its supplement to describe its own particular way of doing business. The DoD supplement is called Defense FAR Supplement (DFARS). Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Federal Logistics Information System (FLIS)— The comprehensive government-wide system used to catalog, stock number, maintain and disseminate logistics information for items of supply. That term represents the common data system that provides the supply item data reflected in the Federal Catalog System. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Federal Supply Class— Series of 4 numerals at the beginning of the NSN that designates the general commodity grouping of the item of supply (e.g., Class 5130, hand tools, power driven). Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Federal Supply Group— A two-position numeric that identifies the commodity group of an item. This is the component code which occupies positions 1 and 2 of the FSC and of the NSN. Reference AFH 23-123, Volume 1. File Maintenance (General)— The act or method of making changes, deletions or additions to elements of data on an established computer system. Fiscal Year (FY)— Accounting period beginning 1 October and ending 30 September of the following year. The fiscal year is designated by the calendar year in which it ends. Follow-On Support— Support provided on a day-to-day basis subsequent to the initial support period and prior to removal of the end item from the inventory. Reference AFPAM 63-1701, Program Protection Planning. Force or Activity Designator (F/AD)— A Roman numeral (I to V) that the Secretary of Defense, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, or a DoD Component assigns to a unit, organization, installation, project, or program to indicate its relative mission essentiality. The F/AD is an integral part of the UMMIPS. Reference DoD 4140.1-R.

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Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) of 1961— The law providing the authority and the general rules for the conduct of USG foreign assistance grant activities/programs. Ref: 22 USC Sec 2151 and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Foreign Liaison Officer (FLO)— An official representative, either military or civilian, of a foreign government or international organization stationed in the United States normally for the purpose of managing or monitoring security assistance programs. FLO duties may also involve managing other affairs of the partner, as authorized by Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force/International Affairs, Foreign Disclosure, Weapons and Technology Transfer Division (SAF/IAPD). References are DSCA Manual 5105.38-M and AFMAN 16-101. Foreign Military Sales (FMS)— That portion of the US security assistance authorized by the AECA, and conducted on the basis of formal contracts or agreements between the USG and an authorized recipient government or international organization. FMS includes government-togovernment sales of defense articles or defense services, from DoD stocks or through new procurements under DoD-managed contracts, regardless of the source of financing. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Administrative Budget— This budget covers the FMS Administrative dollars related to sales negotiations, case implementation/execution, administering supply discrepancy reports, correcting deficiencies or damage to items sold, program control, computer programming, accounting and budgeting, and administering FMS cases. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Foreign Military Sales Order— A term used to describe LOAs that implement Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangements. Two LOAs are written: a FMSO I and a FMSO II. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Foreign Military Sales Order Number I (FMSO I)— Provides for the pipeline capitalization of a cooperative logistics support arrangement, which consists of stocks on hand and replenishment of stocks on order in which the participating country buys equity in the U.S. supply system for the support of a specific weapons system. Even though stocks are not moved to a foreign country, delivery (equity) does in effect take place when the country pays for the case. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Foreign Military Sales Order Number II (FMSO II)— Provides for the replenishment of withdrawals of consumption-type items (repair parts, primarily) from the DoD supply system to include charges for accessorial costs and a systems service charge. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Freight Forwarder (FF)— A commercial import/export company registered with the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls and under contract to the FMS customer which arranges for transportation of materiel from a point specified in the LOA to the final destination A FF is usually a licensed international broker or agent. References are DSCA Manual 5105.38-M and AFMAN 16-101. Freight Forwarder (FF) Code— A one-digit alphanumeric code to identify the FF authorized to receive documentation and/or shipment for FMS transaction (rp 47). The code is used in the construction of a “Ship-To” Military Assistance Program Address Code. Reference DLM 4000.25-1 and DLM 4000.25, Volume 6, Chapter 3.

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Fund Code— Two-position alpha/numeric code (rp 52-53) used with the Service or Agency code of the billed office to designate the billing method (interfund or non-interfund). It shows the distribution system what specific type of funds are available to pay the charges when received. Normally the code will be “4F” for direct cite procurement or “3L” for reimbursable charges. Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.11. Generic Code (GC)— A three-digit code identified in the Military Articles and Services List (MASL) and in Appendix 4 of the SAMM, which represents the type of materiel or services to be furnished according to a specific budget activity/project account classification. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Global Weapon System Support (GWSS)— Provides a mutually beneficial business model for global support and integrated sustainment of a weapon system. GWSS is comprised of a weapon system fleet of nations who agree to partner with the USAF and other nations to support their weapon system in a collaborative manner, under a single but flexible business model. Grant Aid— Military assistance rendered under the authority of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which provides defense articles and services to recipients on a nonreimbursable (grant) basis. Reference DLM 4000.25. Grounded— Aircraft ordered not to be flown pending investigation or correction of maintenance, safety, structural, or other mechanical deficiencies. H—Coded Requisition - Upon return of an approved unserviceable carcass for repair and replace, SAMIS will create a replacement requisition. This requisition is identified by an “H” in position 40, and as a result, it is called an H-coded requisition. Hazardous Materiel (HAZMAT)— All items (including medical supply items with the exception of drugs in their finished form and pharmaceuticals in individually-issued items) covered under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) (or other host nation, federal, state, or local) reporting requirement, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) Standard, and all Class I and Class II Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS). It does not include munitions. It consists of materiel that because of its quantity, concentration, or physical, chemical, or infectious characteristics, may either cause or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or an increase in serious, irreversible, or incapacitating reversible illness; or pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, disposed of, or otherwise managed. Reference are DoD 4140.1-R and AFI 32-7086, Hazardous Materials Management. Implementation Date (FMS)— The date when a supply action on an FMS case is initiated or directed by an implementing agency. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Inactive Item— An item without a wholesale demand in the last five years for which no current or future requirements are anticipated by any registered user or the IMM. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Infrastructure— A framework of interdependent networks and systems comprising identifiable industries, institutions, and distribution capabilities that provide a continual flow of goods and services essential to the defense and economic security of the United States, the smooth functioning of government at all levels, or society as a whole. Reference AFPAM 63—1701.

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Initial Deposit— Money transferred to the credit of the Treasurer of the US or other authorized officer at the time of acceptance of LOA as partial payment for defense articles or services contracted for by an eligible foreign country. Initial Program— When a customer first joins the CLSSA, the requirements it adds to the CLSSA program are called its initial program. Initial Spares— Spare parts procured for the logistics support of a system during its initial period of operation. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Initial Support— The introduction of concurrent spares, repair parts, support equipment, and associated services for major systems or major items to establish an in-country operational capability. Initial spares are those necessary to establish in-country base and depot stocks. Initial spares quantities are based on what it takes to keep the system or equipment operational for a given period of time. The given period of time is based on procurement or repair leadtimes. Integrated Materiel Manager (IMM)— Any DoD activity or Agency that has been assigned integrated wholesale materiel management responsibility for the Department of Defense and participating Federal Agencies. Integrated wholesale materiel management responsibilities include requirements determination, procurement, distribution, overhaul and repair of reparable materiel, and disposal of materiel. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Interchangeability and Substitutability (I&S) Family— An entity of items which possess such physical and functional characteristics such as to provide comparable performance for a given requirement under given conditions. Also, the full range of items determined by the managing or using services/agencies have unconditional interchangeable or substitutable relationships with each other and for which a common master item is at minimum a suitable substitute Reference DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 6. Interchangeable Item— An item that possesses such functional and physical characteristics as to be equivalent in performance, reliability, and maintainability, to another item of similar or identical purposes, and is capable of being exchanged for the other item without selection for fit or performance, and without alteration of the item itself or of adjoining items, except for adjustment. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Interfund Bill— A bill processed under the interfold billing system. These bills are not only “bills,” but notices to the billed office that its funds have been disbursed and the bill “paid.” Reference DLM 4000.25. Interim Contractor Support— Temporary contractor support that allows a Service to defer investment in all or part of required support resources (spares, Technical Data, support equipment, training equipment, etc.), an organic support capability is phased in. Reference Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms. International Logistics— The planning, negotiating, and implementation of supporting logistics arrangements between nations, their forces, and agencies. It includes furnishing logistics support (major end-items, materiel, and/or services) to, or receiving logistics support from, one or more friendly foreign governments, international organizations, or military forces, with or without reimbursement. It also includes planning and actions related to the intermeshing of a significant element, activity, or component of the military logistics systems or procedures of the US with

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those of one or more foreign governments, international organizations, or military forces on a temporary or permanent basis. It involves planning and actions related to the utilization of US logistics, policies, systems, and/or procedures to meet requirements of one or more foreign governments, international organizations, or forces. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. International Logistics Communication System (ILCS)— A fee-for-service telecommunications system established for international partners to communicate supply requirements directly to the DoD supply system through the Defense Data Network. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. International Logistics Control Organization (ILCO)— An organization with each of the military departments that is dedicated to managing logistics support programs and logistics transactions in support of FMS and security cooperation programs. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. International Military Education and Training— Provides training to selected foreign military- and defense-associated civilian personnel on a grant basis. IMET is authorized by the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) of 1961, as amended. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Inventory— Materiel, titled to the U.S. Government, held for sale or issue, held for repair, or held pending transfer to disposal. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Inventory Management Specialist— An individual within the organization of an ICP or other such organization assigned management responsibility for one or more specific items or materiel. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Investment Cost— Cost of equipment, supplies, and services that improve the capability of a force, including initial unit equipment, war reserves of equipment and ammunition, concurrent spare parts, and initial spare parts stockage levels. Also includes replacement costs for obsolescent and attritted equipment, rebuild and modernization costs for newly provided equipment, projects programmed as dollar value lines to facilitate administration, and training costs associated with the introduction of new equipment or an improved capability. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Investment Item— Includes major end items of equipment; other end items of equipment; reparable assemblies, spares, and repair parts which are centrally managed recoverable items and which are designated as reparable; etc. Item— An item is a single hardware article or a unit formed by a grouping of subassemblies, components or constituent parts. In the DoD, an item is any article produced, stocked, stored, issued, or used; or any product, including systems, material, parts, subassemblies, sets and accessories. Reference DLM 4000.25. Item Manager— An individual within the organization of an inventory control point or other such organization assigned management responsibility for one or more specific items of materiel. Reference Joint Publication 4—09, Distribution Operations. Item Unique Identification (UID) of Items— The application of a set of data elements that is globally unique and unambiguous, ensures data integrity and data quality throughout life, and supports multifaceted business applications and users. Reference DLM 4000.25, Volume 1, Appendix 2.

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Julian Date— The numeric number of days from the first day of the year preceded by the last digit of the year. Example 2214 is 1 August 2012; the 214th day of the year. Latent Defect— A deficiency that is not discoverable during a reasonable inspection, but may become evident after the end-item has been placed in service. It is typically attributable to errors in workmanship, or nonconformance to specifications, drawing standards or other technical specifications (see quality escape). Reference TO 00-35D-54. Lease (Security Assistance)— An agreement for temporary transfer of the right possession and use of non-excess defense article to a foreign government or international organization, with the lessee agreeing to reimburse the USG dollars for all costs incurred in leasing such articles, and to maintain, protect, repair, or restore the article(s), subject to and under the authority of section 61, AECA (22 USC, Section 2796. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA)— US DoD letter by which the USG offers to sell to a foreign government or international organization US defense articles and defense services pursuant to the Arms Export Control Ac. The LOA lists the items and/or services, estimated costs, and the terms and conditions of sale; it also provides for the signature of an appropriate foreign government official to indicate acceptance. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Letter of Offer and Acceptance Data (LOAD)— Data collected for use on a Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA). LOAD is sufficiently accurate for planning and budgeting purposes. Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) Line Item Number— Shows a detail line item on an LOA. Letter of Request (LOR)— Term used to identify a request from an eligible FMS participant country for the purchase of US defense articles and services. The request may be in message or letter format. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Life-of-Type (LOT) Buy— One-time procurement, when all cost-effective and prudent alternatives have been exhausted, for the total future requirement of an item that is no longer expected to be produced. The procurement quantity shall be based upon demand or engineering estimates of mortality sufficient to support the applicable equipment until phased out. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Line Item— A line item that is implemented in SAMIS and is not yet supply complete or canceled. Line Item Control— A management technique in which financial and logistic controls are required at line item level (XXXXX-XXX), with an AFMC line item summary that provides summary data at the AFMC ((LOA), (master case)) level. This is the management technique authorized for use in SAMIS. Line Item Number— A three-digit alpha/numeric code that identifies a detail line item on the LOA. This code is perpetuated on the customer’s bill. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Line Manager—FMS - Responsible for directing actions needed to provide for all articles and services within a specific line of a LOA or lease. The line manager has the authority to work directly with supporting activities to meet these responsibilities. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Loan— Applies to loans to a NATO or major non-NATO ally of materials, supplies, or equipment for the purpose of carrying out a program of cooperative research, development,

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testing, or evaluation subject to and under the authority of section 65, AECA. An agreement temporarily transferring possession and use of a defense article not acquired with military assistance funds to a partner. This transfer is made with no rental charge to the transferee, with the US military department transferor being reimbursed from MAP funds, subject to and under authority of the Section 503 of the FAA of 1961, as Amended. Loans may be made only to partners that are eligible for MAP. References are DSCA Manual 5105.38-M and AFMAN 16101. Logistics Support Charge (LSC)— A charge based on the AECA requirement for full cost recovery. This charge is intended to recover the cost of logistics support involved in providing the spares and other items required to maintain a weapon system. These support costs are associated with production control, requisition processing, inventory maintenance, administration of Supply Discrepancy Reports (SDRs), and logistics management. The LSC is applied by the DFAS-IN to delivery costs for those lines in FMS cases that have been identified as support lines based on the generic code included in the LOA. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Long—Lead Item – Those components of a system or piece of equipment for which the times to design and fabricate are the longest, and therefore, to which an early commitment of funds may be desirable in order to meet the earliest possible data of system competition. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Main Operating Base (MOB)— A facility outside the United States and US territories with permanently stationed operating forces and robust infrastructure. MOBs are characterized by command and control structures, enduring family support facilities, and strengthened force protection measures. Reference JP 1-02. Maintainability— The ability of an item to be retained in, or restored to, a specified condition when maintenance is performed by personnel having specified skill levels, using prescribed procedures and resources, at each prescribed level of maintenance and repair. Reference Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms. Maintenance— All action taken to retain material in a serviceable condition or to restore it to serviceability. It includes inspection, testing, servicing, and classification as to serviceability, repair, rebuilding, and reclamation. Maintenance, used generically, also includes evaluation, assembly, disassembly, conversion, and modification. Reference DoD 4000.25-M. Major Add— Addition of a new weapon system or the addition of a large quantity of items for an existing system to an FMSO I. Major Defense Equipment (MDE)— Any item of Significant Military Equipment (SME) on the U.S. Munitions List having a nonrecurring research and development cost of more than $50 million or a total production cost of more than $200 million. Also defined in section 47 (6), AECA. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Major Item— A complete assembly designed to perform a specific function within itself that has significant impact on mission accomplishment (for example, aircraft, heavy radar equipment, vehicles, and support equipment (SE)) as distinguished from an individual part or component. Reference AFMAN 16-101.

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Major Line Item— A program line for which the requirement is expressed quantitatively as well as in dollars. These lines are identified in the MASL by a unit of issue (XX) other than dollars. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Manufacturer’s Part/Reference Number— The term applied to all reference numbers that identify items of supply; they may be actual manufacturer's part numbers, USG part numbers, commercial specification and standard numbers or USG specification and standard numbers. Mark—For Code – One-position alpha/numeric code that indicates the final designated address of the materiel. It is found in block 33 of the LOA and rp 33 of the requisition. Reference DLM 4000.25, Volume 6, Chapter 3. Mark—Up Price – The standard price minus the exchange price. Reference AFH 23-123, Volume 1. Marking— Numbers, nomenclature, or symbols imprinted on items or containers for identification during handling, shipment and storage. Reference DTR 4500.9-R, Part II. Master Item— The item/NSN in an I&S Family which is commonly regarded by the managing and using services/agencies as a suitable substitute for all other items in the Family and as the preferred item for procurement purposes. Materiel— All items (including ships, tanks, self-propelled weapons, and aircraft; etc. and related spares, repair parts, and support equipment, but excluding real property, installations, and utilities) necessary to equip, operate, maintain, and support military activities without distinction as to its application for administrative or combat purposes. Materiel is either serviceable (i.e. in an issuable condition) or unserviceable (i.e. in need of repair to make it serviceable). Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Materiel Condition— Classification of materiel that reflects its readiness for issue and use or to identify the action underway to change the status of materiel. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Materiel Deficiency— An unacceptable condition or recommendation for an enhancement that impacts the operational safety, suitability, and/or effectiveness of a system, subsystem or component. It does not include deficiencies related to workmanship or non-conformance of processes. Reference TO 00-35D-54. Materiel Management— That phase of military logistics that includes managing, cataloging, demand and supply planning, requirements determinations, procurement, distribution, overhaul and disposal of materiel. Reference DoDI 4140.01, DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Policy. Materiel Management Aggregation Code (MMAC)— Two digit alphabetic code (AA thru ZZ) authorized to identify specific items (National Stock Numbers) to be managed by a specific manager at the AFSC or AFLCMC, Contractor Inventory Control Points, or Special Cataloging Activities. Reference DoD 4100.39-M, Volume10, Table 66. Materiel Release Order— An order issued by an accountable supply system manager (usually an ICP or accountable depot) directing a non-accountable activity (usually a storage site or materiel drop point) within the same distribution complex to release and ship materiel. Reference DLM 4000.25-1.

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Materiel Repair Requirements List— Means to request approval for return of an unserviceable item for repair and replace. Items on the FMSO I with an Air Force Materiel Command repair source are preauthorized for return. For item not preauthorized, a manual MRRL can be used to obtain approval. Media And Status Codes— One-position alpha/numeric code that advises the source of supply of the type status required, the media of communications, and the activity to which the status should be directed. M&S codes are located in rp 7 of requisitions and redistribution orders. Reference: DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.04 and AFH 23-123, Volume 1. Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)— A written agreement between governments or a government and international organization signed by authorized representatives and signifying an intent to be legally bound. DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Method of Transmission— Shows the communications media by which the requisition was received. Codes are: M – Mail; T - Telecom Message; and P – Telephone. Military Articles and Services List (MASL)— A catalogue of materiel, services, and training used in the planning and programming of IMET and foreign military sales. Separate MASLs are maintained for IMET and FMS training that provides data on course identification, course availability, price, and duration of training. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Military Assistance Program (MAP)— That portion of the US security assistance program authorized by the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, which once provided defense articles and services to recipients on a nonreimbursable (grant) basis. Funding for MAP was consolidated under the Foreign Military Financing (FMF) Program beginning in fiscal year 1990. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Military Assistance Program Address Code (MAPAC)— A six-position alphanumeric code used to identify the ship-to and mark-for addresses of FMS and Grant Aid shipments and documentation. Reference DLM 4000.25, Volume 6, Chapter 3. Military Assistance Program Address Directory (MAPAD)—The MAPAD provides clear text addresses of country representatives, freight forwarders, and customers-within-country required for releasing FMS and MAP shipments processed in accordance with military standard requisitioning and issuing procedures (MILSTRIP), and addresses required for the forwarding of related documentation. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR)— The primary document used by the DoD to order goods or services from other DoD Services or Components, as well as other Government activities outside the DoD. The goods or services may be provided from in-house resources or may be procured from commercial sources. Reference AFI 65-116. Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP)— A uniform procedure established by DoD to govern the requisition and issue of materiel within standardized priorities. Reference DLM 4000.25-1. Misdirected Materiel— Materiel which is improperly addressed and/or shipped to the wrong destination. Reference DLM 4000.25. Mission Design Series— The official designation for aerospace vehicles used to represent a specific category of aerospace vehicles for operations, support, and documentation purposes. Reference AFI 16-601(I), Designating and Naming Defense Military Aerospace Vehicles.

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Mode Of Shipment— The general category of movement (e.g., air or surface). It is generally the responsibility of the shipper. Reference DTR 4500.9-R, Part II. Mode Of Shipment Code— One-position alpha/numeric code that identifies the method of shipment from the consignor. Reference AFH 23-123, Volume 1. Model— A basic alpha-numeric designation in a weapon system series (e.g., ship hull series, an equipment or system series, an airframe series, or a vehicle series. For example, the F5A and F5F are different models in the same F-S system series. Reference DoDD 2140.02. Modification— Modification of a case constitutes an administrative or price change to an existing LOA, without revising the scope of the case. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Munitions List— The US Munitions List is an enumeration of defense articles and defense services and is published in the Department of State's International Traffic in Arms Regulations. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. National Item Identification Number— The last nine digits of the NSN that differentiates each individual supply item from all other supply items. The first two digits signify the National Codification Bureau that assigned the NIIN, while the last 7 digits are non-significant and are sequentially assigned by the FLIS. All US manufactured items have a National Codification Bureau Code of "00" (cataloged before 1975) or "01" (cataloged in 1975, or later). Reference DoD 4140.1-R. National Stock Number— A 13-digit stock number used to identify items of supply. It consists of a 4-digit FSC and a 9-digit NIIN. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Negotiation Phase— A management phase in the life cycle of a case, which begins when the potential purchaser initiates a Letter of Request; includes actions and interactions necessary to develop pricing and availability estimates, and prepare and coordinate the LOA through the appropriate channels; and culminates with the acceptance of the LOA, except for “U” cases. Net Case Value— The total amount of the Defense articles and services cost reflected on line 8 of the LOA (previously referred to as “Above-the-Line” Costs). Reference DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15. Non—definitive (ND) - A control number assigned by the Air Force /FLIS Edit and Routing System (D143C) as a result of IM or ES action to identify items to support non-standard onetime buy. An example is 6560ND0000001G. Reference AFMCMAN 23-3, Cataloging and Standardization. Non—cataloged (NC) - A control number assigned by D143C for new item requests. It consists of the Federal Supply Class, NC alpha designator, the Standard Interservice Agency Serial Control Number and the MMAC . Example is 5905NC00002F. Reference AFMCMAN 23-3. Nonprogrammed— A status assigned to a FMSO II requisition to indicate that on-hand depot assets will not normally be used to fill the requisition. Unless the asset position is above the control level, the requisition is only entitled to support lead-time away. Nonrecurring Cost— Those costs funded by an RDT&E appropriation to develop or improve a product or technology through contract or in-house effort. Also, those one-time costs incurred in support of previous production of a specified model and those cost incurred in support of a total projected production run. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M.

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Nonrecurring Demand— A request made for a requirement known to be a one-time occurrence. Requisitions will be coded nonrecurring when the demand is anticipated to be nonrepetitive. It is indicated by a requisition demand code of “N” in record position 44. Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.08. Nonrecurring Production Cost— One-time cost incurred to support previous production of the model specified and those costs specifically incurred in support of the total projected production run. Nonrecurring costs include DoD expenditures for pre-production engineering; rate and special tooling; special test equipment; production improvement; destructive testing; and pilot model production, testing, and evaluation. It includes the costs of any engineering change proposals initiated before the date of calculations of the NCs recoupment charge. They do not include DoD expenditures for machine tools, capital equipment, or facilities for which contractor rental payments are made or waived in accordance with the DFARS. Reference DoDD 2140.02. Nonrecurring Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation Costs— Costs funded by an RDT&E appropriation to develop or improve the product or technology under consideration either through contract or in-house DoD effort. This includes the costs of any engineering change proposal started before the date of calculation of the nonrecurring cost recoupment charges as well as projections of such costs, to the extent additional effort applicable to the sale model is necessary or planned. It does not include costs funded by either procurement or operations and maintenance appropriations. Reference DoDD 2140.02. Nonrequisition Case or Line Item— Cases or line items in which MILSTRIP requisitions cannot be processed through standard DoD supply chain management systems because of the type of item/services being supplied; usually services-related cases. Commitment of monies takes place with submission of a custom commitment or bulk commitment transaction. Notice of Availability (NOA)— A written notification that material requiring special handling is ready to be shipped. The NOA is sent by the shipper to the purchaser or freight forwarder for oversized, hazardous, explosive, classified or perishable material, and requires a response from the recipient with delivery instructions. The document by which the US shipping installation will notify the designated FMS country representative or freight forwarder that the materiel is ready for shipment. References are DSCA Manual 5105.38-M and DLM 4000.25-1. Not Mission Capable Supply (NMCS)— A materiel condition indicating that system and equipment are not capable of performing any of their assigned missions because of maintenance work stoppage due to a supply shortage. Recording of NMCS time shall start when work stoppage results from lack of parts and the NMCS requisition is not satisfied one hour after the demand is initiated and remains unsatisfied. For weapon systems measured on a daily basis, when both NMCM time and NMCS time are encountered in the same day and the sum is more than 12 hours, the whole day is carried against the condition status with the most hours. Reference DoDI 3110.05, Readiness-based Materiel Condition Reporting for Mission-Essential Systems and Equipment. Obligational Authority (OA, as used in FMS)— A document or authority passed from DFASIN to an implementing DoD component which allows obligations to be incurred to against a given FMS case in an amount not to exceed the value specified in the obligational authority. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M.

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Obligations— Amounts of orders placed, contracts awarded, services received, and similar transactions during a given period requiring future payment of money. Such amounts include adjustments for differences between obligations previously recorded and accrued expenditures of actual payments. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Offer Date— The date which appears on the offer portion of the LOA and which indicates the date on which an FMS offer is made to a foreign buyer. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Offer Expiration Date— The date which appears in block 8 of the LOA or block 9 of the LOA amendment that shows when the offer of sale must be accepted by the customer. Offer Release Code (ORC)— Methods by which customers participating in the FMS program advise supply sources, by coded entry on requisitions, whether or not prior notice to the customer representative or freight forwarders is required before release of materiel shipments. The type of offer or release option will be determined as a result of negotiations between the customer representative and the USAF at the time the case agreement is reached and will prescribe actions required in regard to shipments against the case except when the shipping activity determines a need for added protection and/or controls. References are DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 7, Table C7.T6 and DLM 4000.25, Volume 6, Chapter 3. The DLM refers to ORC as Offer/Release Option Code. Operation & Maintenance (O&M) Costs— Costs associated with equipment, supplies, and services required to train, operate, and maintain forces in a recipient country. It includes: costs of spare parts other than concurrent spares and initial stockages; ammunition and missiles used in training or replacements for such items expended in training or operations; rebuilding and overhaul costs (excluding modernization) of equipment subsequent to initial issue; training and other services that do not constitute investment costs; and administrative costs associated with overall program management and administration. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Ordering Period— The validity period specified on the LOA for which the purchaser is to place orders, usually 12 months. Outlays— Actual expenditures. Checks issued, interest occurred on the public debt, or other payments. Total budget outlays consist of the sum of the outlays from appropriations and other funds in the budget, less receipts (i.e., refunds and reimbursements). Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS)— All geographic areas not within the territorial boundaries of the continental United States. OCONUS includes Hawaii and Alaska. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Overage— Item overage is when the quantity received is greater than that ordered or shown on shipping document. This type of overage is not evident on delivery but is discovered when the article is opened and the contents are checked. Reference DLM 4000.25. Packaging— The processes and procedures to protect materiel from deterioration, damage, or both. It includes cleaning, drying, preserving, packing, marking, and unitization. Reference DTR 4500.9-R. Packing— Assembly of items into a unit, intermediate, or exterior pack with necessary blocking, bracing, cushioning, weatherproofing, reinforcing, and marking. Reference DLM 4000.25.

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Packing, Crating, Handling, and Transportation (PCH&T)—The resources, processes, procedures, design considerations, and methods to ensure that all system, equipment, and support items are preserved, packaged, handled, and transported properly, including: environmental considerations, equipment preservation requirements for short-and-long-term storage, and transportability. One of the principal elements of Integrated Logistics Support (ILS). Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Partner—A foreign partner or international organization that the President determines to be eligible to make purchases as regulated by the AECA of 1976, as Amended. Parts and Reordering Ordering System (PROS)— A major procurement system managed by the AFSAC available to satisfy logistics requirements for FMS customers. PROS provides a capability to purchase a wide range of standard and non-standard supply parts and repair services. It also provides a vehicle for contracting for specialized engineering and technical services through task orders. Passing Order— An order to pass an erroneously routed requisition to the appropriate depot or distribution point, and to pass a requisition from one distribution system to another. Reference DLM 4000.25-1. Payment Schedule— List of dollar amounts and when they are due from the foreign customer. The payment schedule is included in the LOA presented to the customer. After acceptance of the LOA, the payment schedule serves as the basis for billings to the customer. Changes in the estimated costs of an FMS case may require changes in the accompanying payment schedule. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Peculiar Item— A spare part/component that is used by one service/agency on a particular enditem, but not used by another service/agency on the same item. Personal Property— All property (systems and equipment, materials, and supplies) except real property (land and improvements to facilities), and records of the US federal government. Reference DoDI 5000.64. Phrase Code— One-digit alpha/numeric code assigned to a series of phrases used in the Management Data List to denote changes and/or relationship between National Stock Numbers and information type data. Reference DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 52. Port of Debarkation (POD)— The geographic point at which cargo or personnel are discharged. This may be a seaport or aerial port of debarkation; for unit requirements; it may or may not coincide with the destination. Reference DTR 4500.9-R. Port of Embarkation (POE)— The geographic point in a routing scheme from which cargo or personnel depart. This may be a seaport or an aerial port from which personnel or equipment flow to port of debarkation; for unit and non-unit requirements, it may or may not coincide with the origin. Reference: DTR 4500.9-R . Precious Metals— FSC 9660 items that are gold, silver, platinum, or palladium granulation and sponges, rhodium, ruthenium, iridium, and osmium recovered from items, such as photographic and x-ray film, spent photographic fixing solution, military accouterments, such as insignia, crucibles, special wires, silver cell batteries, missile and electronic scrap, turnings, desalter kits, brazing alloys, solder, and dental scrap. Reference DoD 4140.1-R.

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Preservation— The processes and procedures used to protect materiel against corrosion, deterioration, and physical damage during shipment, handling, and storage; application of protective measures, including cleaning, drying, preservative materials, barrier materials, cushioning, and containers when necessary. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Price and Availability (P&A)— Prepared by the MILDEPs, and other DoD components in response to a foreign government’s request for preliminary data for the possible purchase of a defense article or service. P&A are not considered valid for preparing an LOA. Furnishing of this data does not constitute a commitment for the USG to offer for sale the articles and services for which the data are provided. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Principal Item— An end item or a replacement assembly of such importance to operational readiness that management techniques require centralized individual item management throughout the supply system to include items stocked at depot level, base level, and using unit level. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Priority Designator— Two-digit numeric (01-15) that dictates the precedence of internal supply processing actions (such as, from the receipt of a transaction until release to transportation) and determines the Standard Delivery Date (SDD). Based upon a combination of factors that relate the relative importance of the requisitioner’s mission, expressed by its Force or Activity Designator (F/AD) and the Urgency of Need Designator (UND). It is assigned by the requisitioning activity and is located in record position 60-61 of requisitions and related transactions. Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.14, Table 1. Process Code— Internal code within SAMIS for USAF management prepared requisitions. Process Date— Five-position Julian date represents date transaction was recorded in SAMIS. Procurement Lead Time— The interval in months between the initiation of procurement action and receipt into the supply system of the production model (excludes prototypes) purchased as the result of such actions; it is composed of two elements, production lead time and administrative lead time. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Product Quality Deficiency Report (PQDR)— A report of deficiency detected on new or newly reworked government-owned products that do not fulfill their expected purpose, operation, or service due to deficiencies in design, specification, materiel, software, manufacturing process, and/or workmanship. This includes the initial failure of the item after installation of placement in service, as well as premature failure with an identified warranty period or specified period of performance. Reference TO 00-35D-54. Production Lead Time— The time interval between the placement of a contract and receipt into the supply system of materiel purchased. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Professional Military Education (PME)— Career training designed to provide or enhance leadership and the recipient force's capabilities to conduct military planning, programming, management, budgeting, and force development to the level of sophistication appropriate to that force. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Program— A case and subordinate line items that make up a major force improvement sale to a foreign customer. A program is generally identified by a unique project name and project code. Program Line— A single line of data representing a requirement for articles or services in a MAP (applicable to grant aid only).

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Program Manager— The designated individual with responsibility for and authority to accomplish program objectives for development, production, and sustainment to meet the user‘s operational needs. The PM shall be accountable for credible cost, schedule, and performance reporting to the Milestone Decision. Reference DODD 5000.01. Program Objective Memorandum (POM)— The POM documents a 6-year projected blueprint of each organization's proposals for updating DoD programs. Each Military Department, Defense Agency, and Special Operations Command submits it to the Secretary of Defense for approval. The approved POM defines the programs to be supported in the Military Department and the Defense Agency budgets. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Programmed— A status assigned to a FMSO II requisition to indicate the requisition will be filled from on-hand and on-order stocks based on priority. Programmed requisitions, priority 915, are eligible to be filled from stock to the support level. Programmed requisitions, priority 4-8 are eligible to be filled from stock to the critical support level. Programmed priority 1-3 and NMCS requisitions are eligible to be filled from stock to the zero balance level. Programmed/Non—Programmed Code – One-digit numeric code used to show if supply support on an FMSO I requisition or Passing order (NSN only) should be made on a programmed or non-programmed basis. Internal and external codes are used. Progress Payments— Those payments made to contractors or DoD industrial fund activities as work progresses under a contract; payments are made on the basis of cost incurred or percentage of work completed, or of a particular stage of completion accomplished prior to actual delivery and acceptance of contract items. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Project Code— Three digit alpha/numeric code that identifies requisitions and related documentation as to special programs, exercises, projects, operations, or other purposes. It is used for management and supply control of selected cases related to systems package sales. When applicable, the code is assigned in the case directive. Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.13. Proof of Delivery— The date and signature of the designated receiver listed on the delivery manifest, certifying the item was received. It establishes transfer of custody and liability to the receiver. Reference: DTR 4500.9-R . Provisioning— Management process of determining and acquiring the range and quantity of support items necessary to operate and maintain an end item of materiel for an initial period of service. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Quantity— Shows the number of units applicable to a particular transaction. Quantity Unit Pack (QUP)— The number of units of issue bound or packaged in a unit pack. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Quantity Unit Pack (QUP) Code— One-position alpha/numeric code that indicates the number of units of issue in the unit package as established by the managing activity. Reference DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 56. Readiness— A measure or measures of the ability of a system to undertake and sustain a specified set of missions at planned peacetime and wartime utilization rates. Measures take account of the effects of system design (reliability and maintainability), the characteristics of the support system, and the quantity and location of support resources. Reference DoD 4140.1-R.

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Receiving— All actions taken by a receiving activity from the physical turnover of materiel by a carrier until the on-hand balance of the accountable stock record file or in-process receipt file is updated to reflect the received materiel as an asset in storage, or the materiel is issued directly from receiving to the customer. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Reclamation— Process of reclaiming required serviceable and economically repairable components and material from excess or surplus property for return to the proper supply activity, whereas the residue is processed as "disposable property." Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Recoupment— Adjustments or cancellations of outstanding MAP orders in the previous year program accounts which generate additional funds for the current year operations. Record Control Number (RCN)— A five position field that identifies the “U” case back to the MAP order. The first position is a numeric year. The second and third positions are alpha characters, the fourth and fifth positions are numeric. Record Position (rp)— A term used when referring to a specific location in the document format. For example, the national stock number (NSN) is in record position 8-22 of the MILSTRIP requisition. Recurring Demand— A request made periodically or anticipated to be repetitive by an authorized requisitioner for consumption or use of for stock replenishment. The occurrences encompass most demands; therefore, a demand will be considered recurring when a doubt exists. Recurring demand is indicated by an “R” in record position 44 of the FMSO II requisition. Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.08. Redistribution Order— An order issued by a responsible IMM to an accountable supply distribution complex directing release of materiel to another supply distribution activity within the same supply complex. For intra—Service use, an RDO may be used to direct release and shipment of materiel from a post, camp, station, or base to another similar activity to satisfy a specific demand. Reference DLM 4000.25—1. Referral Order— An order used between supply sources and distribution systems for the purpose of passing requisition or continued supply action when the initial activity cannot fill the demand. Reference DLM 4000.25-1. Refunds— Recoveries of overpayments that result from errors in paying invoices or from items returned to vendors. Reference DoD 7000.14-R. Reimbursable Funds— A method of funding where the AF, based upon receipt of a customer order, supplies items from USAF stocks, diverts materiel from a USAF contract, or requires USAF resources. These USAF appropriations must eventually be reimbursed with monies from the foreign purchaser's FMS trust fund for all except “U” cases. “U” cases are reimbursed from the MAP appropriation by 88th Air Base Wing (ABW) financial management office. Reimbursements— Amounts earned and collected for property sold or services furnished either to the public or another Federal accounting entity. To be an appropriation reimbursement, the collection must be authorized by law for credit to the specific appropriation or fund account. Reference DoD 7000.14-R.

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Reliability— The ability of a system and its parts to perform its mission without failure, degradation, or demand on the support system. Reference Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms. Reorder Point— That level (quantity of materiel) at which the DoD inventory manager takes procurement action to replenish his stock. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Repair and Replace (FMS)— Programs by which eligible Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangement (CLSSA) customers return reparable carcasses to the United State and receive a serviceable item without awaiting the normal repair cycle time frame. The concept is that the replacement involves an exchange of CLSSA customer-owned stocks in the customer's hands and the CLSSA customer-owned stocks in the U.S. government inventory in the United States. Countries are initially charged the estimated repair cost, with adjustment to the actual repair cost upon completion of repair of the carcass. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Repair and Return— Programs by which eligible FMS countries return unserviceable reparable items for entry into the U.S. military department repair cycle. Upon completion, the same item is returned to the country and the actual cost of the repair is billed to the country. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Reparable Item— An item that can be reconditioned or economically repaired for reuse when it becomes unserviceable. Reference Joint Publication 4-09. Repair Source Code— Shows the activity that is responsible for repair of a designated item. Replenishment— Actions to resupply an inventory when the inventory position reaches the reorder point. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Required Availability Date— A numerical day of the year, which specifies when end items and concurrent spare parts are committed to be available for transportation to an FMS Grant Aid recipient. Reference DLM 4000.25-1. Required Delivery Date (RDD)— A three-position numerical day of the year specifying when materiel is actually required to be delivered to the requisitioner (rp 62-64), and is always earlier or later than the computed Standard Delivery Date. An RDD cannot exactly equal a computed SDD. The RDD specifies the allotted times that each element of the logistics system has to satisfy the service-level required by the customer. The logistics management systems use the RDD to determine the service-level times that must be met or exceeded and allocate their resources, accordingly. . References are DLM 4000.25-1 and DoD 4140.1-R. Requirements Computation— Any mathematical calculation performed to support requirements determination functions. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Requisition— An order for materiel initiated by an established, authorized organization (i.e., a DoD or non-DoD organization that has been assigned a DoD Activity Address Code) that is transmitted either electronically, by mail, or telephoned to a supply source within the Department of Defense or external to the Department of Defense (GSA, FAA, or other organizations assigned management responsibility for categories of materiel), according to procedures specified in DLM 4000.25-1. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Requisition Transaction Status Code— Two-position alpha/alpha or alpha/numeric code used to inform appropriate recipient(s) of the status of a requisition’s or asset report’s processing, or

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of the processing of related transactions ( record position 65-66). Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.16. Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E)— Activities for the development of a new system or to expand the performance of fielded systems. Also known as an appropriation. Reference Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms. Routing Identifier Code (RIC)— A three-position alphanumeric code assigned by Service/Agencies (S/A) for processing inter-S/A, and intra-S/A logistical transactions. The codes serve multiple purposes in that they are supply source codes, intersystem routing codes, intra-system routing codes and consigner (shipper) codes. RICs are located in record position 46, 67-69, and 74-76 or transactions. Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.03. Safety Level— The quantity of materiel required to be on hand to permit continued operation in the event of minor interruption of normal replenishment or unpredictable fluctuations in demand. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Scrap— Materiel that has no value except for its basic materiel content. DLM 4000.25. Secondary Item— An item that is not defined as a principal item and includes reparable components, subsystems, and assemblies, consumable repair parts, bulk items and material, subsistence, and expendable end items, including clothing and other personal gear. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Security Assistance (SA)— A group of programs authorized by the Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) of 1961, as amended, and the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) of 1976, as amended, or other related statutes by which the United States provides defense articles, military training, and other defense related services, by grant, loan, cash sale, or lease, in furtherance of national policies and objectives. Reference Joint Pub 1-02. Security Assistance Management Information System (SAMIS)— A management information system responsive to the logistics, accounting, and management needs of FMS personnel. The system provides materiel, services, and financial management capabilities that meet the needs of FMS personnel. SAMIS improves the effectiveness, timeliness, and accuracy of data processing relating to AFMC negotiation, acquisition, and physical delivery functions of the international logistics support requirements. SAMIS provides on-line, real-time data updating, reporting, and batch-processing functions. Security Assistance Program Manager (SAPM)— The SAPM is the program execution interface with the partner and the command entry point for all program execution issues. The SAPM communicates directly with implementing commands, agencies, case managers, line managers and partners. The SAPM is responsible for assisting in evaluating the LOR, development of P&A, gathering LOAD, and executing the program as stated in the International Program Directive (IPD) or Program Management Directive. The SAPM also develops the FMS Management Plan including milestones and issues Command Case Directives in coordination with the Command Country Manager (CCM). The SAPM's authority and responsibilities end when a Notice of Supply/Services Completion (NSSC) has been submitted for every line in a case. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Security Cooperation— Activities undertaken by the DoD to encourage and enable international partners to work with the United States to achieve strategic objectives. It includes

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all DoD interactions with foreign defense and security establishments, including all DoDadministered security assistance programs, that: build defense and security relationships that promote specific U.S. security interests, including all international armaments cooperation activities and security assistance activities; develop allied and friendly military capabilities for self-defense and multinational operations; and provide U.S. forces with peacetime and contingency access to host nations. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Security Cooperation Organization (SCO)— Those DoD organizations permanently located in a foreign country and assigned responsibilities for carrying out of security cooperation management functions under section 515 of the Foreign Assistance Act and under Joint Publication 1-02, regardless of the actual name given to such DoD Component. SCOs include military assistance advisory groups, military missions and groups, offices of defense and military cooperation, liaison groups, and Defense Attaché personnel designated to perform security cooperation functions. The term "SCO" does not include units, formations, or other ad hoc organizations that conduct security cooperation activities such a mobile training teams, mobile education teams, or operational units conducting security cooperation activities. The generic term SCO replaces the former term Security Assistance Office (SAO). Sensitive Materiel— Volatile and dangerous explosives which require special handling and transportation. The term sensitive also applies to highly desirable selected technologies which are not explosive, but which require special security procedures for transportation. Refer to DSCA Manual 5105.38-M and DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 61 for a complete list of sensitive item codes. Service and Agency Code— One or two digit alpha code designed to accommodate service/agency in MILSTRIP documentation. It identifies the SA customer country’s service (“B” Army, “D” AF, “P” Navy, “K” Marine, “T” DLA), that has the requirement for materiel or a service. Also known as the implementing agency code that gives the military department or agency responsible for implementing a Letter of Offer and Acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government. References are DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.02.; DLM 4000.25, Volume 6, Appendix 1.02; and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 5. Services— Includes any service, repair, training of personnel, technical or other assistance, or information used for the purpose of furnishing non-military assistance. Shelf—Life Code - A code assigned to identify the time period beginning with the date of manufacture, cure, assembly, or pack and terminated by the date by which an item shall be used (expiration date) or subjected to inspection, test, restoration, or disposal action. Reference DoD 4140.27-M. Shelf-Life Item— An item of supply possessing deteriorative or unstable characteristics to the degree that a storage time period shall be assigned to ensure that it shall perform satisfactorily in service. Reference DoD 4140.27-M. Shipment Status— Informs activities of the actual shipping dates (such as the date released to the carrier), the release criteria. For shipment, or shipment delay notifications. Also provides for an interface with transportation and for shipment tracing by activities under DTR 4500.9-M. References are DLM 4000.25 and DLM 4000.25-1, Appendices 3.19. and 3.39.

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Shipment Number— A six-digit field used by a freight forwarder on “XDS” transactions to show the customer his shipment. This may be any format agreed to between the freight forwarder and the customer (not edited in SAMIS). Shortage— Item shortage is when the quantity received is less than the quantity ordered or shown on the shipping document. The shortage is not evident on delivery but is discovered when the container is opened and the contents are checked. Reference DLM 4000.25. Signal Code— One-position code has two purposes (rp 51). It shows the fields for the consignee (ship to) and the activity to receive and pay bills. Signal code “L” which most FMS cases will use, shows that the item should be shipped to the country representative/freight forwarder as shown in supplementary address. Signal code “C” is used for most grant aid transactions and shows that shipment should be to the customer requisitioner. Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.10. Significant Military Equipment (SME)— Defense articles for which special export controls are warranted because of the capacity of such articles for substantial military utility or capability. These items are identified on the US munitions list in the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) by an asterisk preceding the item category listing. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Site Survey— A team of U.S. personnel who assess the FMS customer's logistics capabilities and shortfalls to determine the optimum type and quantity of logistics support to be included in the Total Package Approach. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Sole Source Acquisition— A contract for the purchase of supplies or services that is entered into or proposed to be entered into by an agency after soliciting and negotiating with only one source. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Source of Supply— Any Federal Government organization exercising control of materiel and to which requisitions are directed. DLM 4000.25, Volume 1. Source of Supply Code— One-position alpha code that shows the type of supply source planned for each item on the DD Form. Refer to DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 5 for a complete list of codes. Source Selection— The process wherein the requirements, facts, recommendations, and government policy relevant to an award decision in a competitive procurement of a system/project are examined and the decision made. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Spares/Spare Parts— An individual part, subassembly, or assembly supplied for the maintenance or repair of systems or equipment. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM)— A dedicated U.S. military aircraft, chartered to deliver sensitive, classified or explosive defense articles to a specific customer location when no commercial delivery capability exists. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Standard Item— An item acquired and managed for general DoD use, and for which support or replacement items are usually maintained in DoD stocks. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Standard Price— The price customers are charged for a DoD managed item (excluding subsistence), which remains constant throughout a fiscal year. The standard price is based on various factors which includes the latest acquisition price of the item plus surcharges or cost

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recover elements for transportation, inventory loss, obsolescence, maintenance, depreciation, and supply operations. Reference DoD 4160.21-M. Stock Fund— Revolving fund established to finance the costs of inventories of supplies. It is authorized by specific provision of law to finance a continuing cycle of operations. Reimbursements and collections derived from such operations are available for use by the fund without further action by the Congress. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Stock Level Quantity— A quantity, based on customer demand and the lead-time of the item, to be maintained in the DoD supply chain management system to support CLSSA customer requisitions. The SLQ is the CLSSA customer’s total FMSO I requirement, and is managed in the FMSO I Stock Level File. SAMIS computes both investment and expense item procurement SLQs and investment item repair SLQs. Substitutable Item— An item possessing functional and physical characteristics that make it capable of being exchanged for another only under specified conditions or for particular applications and without alteration of the items themselves or of adjoining items. That term is synonymous with the phrase "one-way interchangeability," such as item B shall be interchanged in all applications for item A, but item A shall not be used in all applications requiring item B. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Suffix Code— One-position alpha/numeric code used to relate and identify requisition and Materiel Return Program (MRP) transaction “partial actions” taken on the original requisition or MRP transaction without duplicating or causing loss of identity of the original number ( rp 44). Refer to DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.8. Supplementary Address— The activity address of a customer when the recipient of materiel and/or the billing activity is other than the requisitioner address. Six-position alpha-numeric code that identifies on requisitions a site or location under the jurisdiction of the support base to which materiel is to be shipped. Reference: DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.09 and AFMAN 16101. Supplies— In logistics, all materiel and items used in the equipment, support, and maintenance of military forces. Reference Joint Publication 1-02. Supply— The procurement, distribution, maintenance while in storage, and salvage of supplies, including the determination of kind and quantity of supplies. Reference Joint Publication 1—02. Supply Chain— The linked activities associated with providing materiel from a raw materiel stage to an end user as a finished product. Reference Joint Publication 1-02. Supply Chain Management (SCM)— A cross-functional approach to procuring, producing, and delivering products and services to customers. The broad management scope includes sub—suppliers, suppliers, internal information, and funds flow. Reference Joint Publication 102. Supply Condition Code (SCC)— One-digit alphabetic code used to classify materiel in terms of readiness for issue and use or to identify action underway to change the status of materiel. SCCs are a sub-set of federal condition codes. See DoD 4160.21-M, Attachment 3 and/or DLM 4000.25-2, Appendix 2.05 for list of codes.

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Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR)— An electronic transmission or manual form used to report a supply discrepancy. Other types of discrepancies may be reported via SDR only as specifically authorized. A process for international customers to file a complaint with the DoD for product loss, quality deficiencies, damage, and various other problems associated with the delivery of material under the FMS program. References are DLM 4000.25 and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Supply Pipeline— The link from the end-user to the retail level to the wholesale level of supply through which requisitions and materiel normally flow. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Supply Source— Any Federal Government organization exercising control of materiel and to which requisitions are directed. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Supply Status— Informs activities of action taken or being taken on materiel r requisitioned but not shipped, shipment consignments instructions, or disposition instructions for materiel offered under the Materiel Returns Program (MRP). Reference DLM 4000.25. Support— The action of a force that aids, protects, complements, or sustains another force in accordance with a directive requiring such action. Reference Joint Publication 1-02. Support Level— A computed stock level the IM and D035 use when filling requisitions. Programmed requisitions, priority 9-15, are eligible to be filled from depot stocks down to the support level (see control level, critical support level, and zero balance). Supportability— A key component of availability. It includes factors such as diagnostics, prognostics, real time maintenance data collection and human system integration considerations. Reference Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms. Suspension (of case or line item)— When a case or line item has been “S” condition coded to reject additional requirements ordered against that case/line as a result of numerous potential factors, such as: over commitment against that case/line or otherwise inadequate OA available to support requirements against that case/line; suspense of that case/line as directed by the customer or DSCA; etc. Sustainment— The first effort of the Operations and Support (O&S) established and defined by DoDI 5000.2. The purpose of the Sustainment effort is to execute the support program to meet operational support performance requirements and sustain the system in the most cost-effective manner of its life cycle. Sustainment includes supply, maintenance, transportation, sustaining engineering, data management, Configuration Management (CM), manpower, personnel, training, habitability, survivability, environment, safety (including explosives safety), occupational health, protection of critical program information, anti-tamper provisions, Information Technology (IT) (including National Security Systems (NSSs)), supportability, and interoperability functions. Reference Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms. System Acquisition— Process of providing a new or improved materiel capability in response to a validated need. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. System— The organization of hardware, software, material, facilities, personnel, data, and services needed to perform a designated function with specified results, such as the gathering of specified data, its processing, and delivery to users. Also can be a combination of two or more interrelated pieces of equipment (or sets) arranged in a functional package to perform an

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operational function or to satisfy a requirement. Reference Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms. System Sales Case (Activation Cases)— Cases or active line items (normally with “D,” “S,” “Y,” or “Q” first-position case designators) established to initially purchase an aircraft or other type of system/modification/major equipment plus all of the initial support equipment, technical data, and services required to maintain its operational capability for a given period of time. Tariff— A publication containing rates, rules, regulations, and charges applying to commercial/military transportation and accessorial services. Reference DTR 4500.9-R. Task Work Specification (TWS)— Document that identifies the functions the Contract Engineering and Technical Services will perform and become part of the CETS contract. Basic requirements for the TWS are defined in AFI 21-110. Technical Assistance— Advice, assistance, and training pertaining to the installation, operation, and maintenance of equipment. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Technical Coordination Group (TCG)— A USAF aviation support program that provides technical assistance for specific aircraft and engines. The TCG provides dedicated technical and engineering support to international partners who have purchased the aircraft or engines through the FMS program. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Technical Coordination Program— AF management program designed to provide participating FMS countries with follow-on engineering or technical support for aircraft, missiles, and related equipment. Technical Data (TD)— Means (1) Information, other than software as defined in Para 120.10(4) of the ITAR, which is required for the design, development, production, manufacture, assembly, operation, repair, testing, maintenance or modification of defense articles. This includes information in the form of blueprints, drawings, photographs, plans, instructions and documentation. (2) Classified information relating to defense articles and defense services. (3) Information covered by an invention secrecy order. (4) Software as defined in para 121.8(f) of the ITAR that is directly related to defense articles. Reference AFMAN 16-101 and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Technical Data Package (TDP)— Normally includes technical design and manufacturing information sufficient to enable the construction or manufacture of a defense item component modification, or to enable the performance of certain maintenance or production processes. It may include blueprints, drawings, plans, or instructions that can be used or adapted for use in the design, production, manufacture, or maintenance of defense items or technology. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Technical Order (TO)— Technical manuals developed to MILSPECs or commercial manuals reviewed and approved in accordance with MIL-PRF-32216, managed in the Air Force TO System, and meeting the criteria for TMs. The term “Technical Order (TO)” is equivalent to the DoD term “Technical Manual (TM).” Reference TO 00-5-1, AF Technical Order System. Technology— Specific information necessary for the development, production, or use of a product. The information takes the form of technical data (such as blueprints, plans, diagrams, models, formulae, tables, engineering designs and specifications, manuals and instructions written or recorded on other media or devices such as disk, tape, read-only memories) or

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technical assistance (such as instruction, skills training, working knowledge, consulting services) (EAR Part 772). Reference AFMAN 16-101. Termination— Cancellation of the CLSSA program in its entirety or the elimination of one or more weapons or other major systems from the CLSSA. Transportation Bill Code (TBC)— One-position alpha code used is for transportation charges and shows accounting and finance the method of computation for accessorial charges. Refer to DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15, Chapter 8 for a complete list of TBCs. Transportation Control Number (TCN)— A 17-position alphanumeric character set assigned to control a shipment throughout the transportation cycle of the Defense Transportation System. Reference DTR 4500.9-R, Part II, Appendix L. Transportation Costs— The costs incurred from shipment of materiel. Reference DTR 4500.9R. Transportation Plan— A document that details the transportation and security arrangements for moving classified or sensitive material, and identifies individuals responsible for providing security at various points during transportation. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Trust Fund— A fund credited with receipts which are earmarked by law and held in trust, or in a fiduciary capacity, by the government for use in carrying out specific purposes and programs in accordance with an agreement. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Type of Address Code (TAC)— A one-position alphabetic or numeric code which designates the use of address. It is one of several codes used in the MAPAD to identify a plain language address to which to ship a specific category of documents or material. Reference DLM 4000.25, Appendix 1.04. and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Chapter 7, Table C7.T2. Type of Assistance (TA) Code— One-position alpha/numeric code used to show the statutory authority for a sale or grant, the time of payment for the sale, if the sale is to be from DoD stock or procurement, and if the sale is to be financed on a cash or credit basis. A TAC is used to reflect the type of assistance (if any) and/or the planned source of supply for items/services identified on the LOA. Also known as a type assistance and of financing code (rp 35). Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.19 and DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Types of FMS Cases— There are three basic types of cases: defined order, blanket order, and Cooperative Logistics Supply Support Arrangement (CLSSA). A type case code is the first position of the case designator and is used to show the commodity or service covered by the case. Reference AFMAN 16-101, Attachment 3 for a complete list of types of Air Force FMS cases. Uniform Materiel Movement and Issue Priority System (UMMIPS)— A structure that establishes time standards, based on the mission and urgency of need of the requestor, for the supply of materiel from the date of the requisition to the time that the acknowledgment of physical receipt is posted to the requisitioner's inventory record. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Unit Of Issue (UI)— Denotes by what means we buy and ultimately issue materiel for our endusers and/or customers. Depending on the item, unit of issue may be quantity or physical measurement, or by container or shape of the item. Unit of issue is standard for each item of supply across the Department of Defense. Reference DoD 4140.1-R.

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Unit of Issue (UI) Code— Two-digit alphabetic code to denote by what means we buy and ultimately issue materiel for our end-users and/or customers. Depending on the item, unit of issue may be quantity or physical measurement, or by container or shape of the item. Unit of issue is standard for each item of supply across the Department of Defense. Reference DoD 4100.39-M, Volume 10, Table 53. Unit Price— The cost or value of one unit of issue of an item. The unit price is expressed in dollars and centers. United States Code (USC)— A consolidation and codification of the general and permanent laws of the United States arranged according to subject matter under fifty title headings. The USC sets out the current status of the laws, as amended. It presents the laws in a concise and usable form without requiring recourse to the many volumes of the Statutes at Large containing the individual amendments. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M. Unserviceable Asset Price (UAP)— The standard price minus the Latest Repair Cost. Reference AFH 23-123, Volume 1. Urgency Justification Code (UJC)— Two-position code that indicates on SBSS issue requests the urgency of need and the type of requirement (that is, the justification). Reference AFH 23123, Volume 1. Urgency of Need (UND)— One position alphabetic character determined by the requisitioning activity. It is accompanied by a capital letter (A through C) that establishes the degree of necessity for the acquisition of a resource. UND “A” represents a compelling necessity, the lack of which has caused or will cause a mission failure. UND “B” denotes a need that has or will cause mission impairment. UND “C” establishes routine timeframes. Commanding officers must authenticate all UND “A” demands. UNDs are used in conjunction with the assigned force activity designators to establish a positive resource demand priority, based on mission importance and the pressure of necessity. The urgency of need designator occupies the first position of the Urgency Justification Code (UJC). References are DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.14. and AFMAN 16-101. Urgent Requirement— A requirement to fill needs of Uniform Material Movement Issue Priority System priorities 04-08. Reference DoD 4160.21-M. User— An individual, organization, or accounting entity that receives services. A user may be internal or external to the DoD Component. Reference DoD 7000.14-R. Value— With respect to an excess defense article, the actual value of the article plus the gross cost incurred by the USC in repairing, rehabilitating, or modifying an article, except that for purposes of Section 632(d) such actual value shall not be taken into account. For major items, the pricing guidance contained in DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15, Chapter 7, para 070304 will be used to determine the value of EDA. For secondary items, the inventory standard stock price is to be used. With respect to a nonexcess defense article delivered from inventory to foreign countries or international organizations under this act, the acquisition cost to the USC, adjusted as appropriate for condition and market value. With respect to a nonexcess defense article delivered from new procurement to foreign countries or international organizations under this act, the contract or production costs of such an article. With respect to a defense service, the cost to the USG of such services.

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Variable Cost—to-Order - Those costs associated with determining the requirement to order, processing of a purchase request, and subsequent contract actions through receiving the order into the ICP system. Costs are considered "fixed" and not part of the variable cost if they remain constant if 50 percent of the workload were eliminated. Reference DoD 4140.1-R. Variance Indicator— “V” shows a delivery transaction that processed against either a requisition or custom commitment with a discrepancy. Blank shows no variance. War Reserve Materiel (WRM)— Materiel required in addition to primary operating stocks and deployment (mobility) equipment necessary to attain objectives in the scenarios approved for sustainability planning in the Strategic Planning Guidance. Reference AFI 25-101, War Reserve Materiel (WRM) Program Guidance and Procedures. Weapon System— Items that can be used directly by the Armed Forces to carry out combat missions. Reference Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms. Weapon System Logistics Officer (WSLO)— An individual at an operational base in country representing the SPD to help the support base and user activities resolve logistics support problems that relate to the weapon system. This individual may also provide incidental, nonessential, opportune, over-the-shoulder, OJT in logistics. Reference AFMAN 16-101. Wholesale— The highest level of organized DoD supply, and as such, procures, repairs, and maintains stocks to resupply the retail levels of supply. The terms "wholesale supply," "wholesale level of supply," and "wholesale echelon" are synonymous. Reference DoD 4140.1R. Working Capital Fund (WCF)— A revolving fund established to finance inventories of supplies and other stores, or to provide working capital for industrial-type activities. Reference Joint Publication 1-02. Worldwide Warehouse Redistribution Service (WWRS)— A tri-service program that redistributes excess spare parts and support equipment acquired by FMS customers. Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M.

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Table A2.1. CAS Waivers Country Belgium (BE) Canada (CN)

Effective Date 26 Apr 1983 27 Jul 1956

European Participating Governments (EPG) France (FR)

19 Dec 1980

Germany (GY) Israel (IS) Italy (IT) Korea (KS) NATO Integrated Communication System Management Agency (NICSMA) (N2), (K4) NATO (All infrastructure programs administered by a NATO Command or NATO Agency) NATO (All other infrastructure programs administered by a host country) NATO E-3A (N1), (K7), (K8), (W1) Netherlands (NE) Norway

17 Jul 1981 23 Apr 1986 23 Apr 1986 6 Dec 1985 6 Dec 1983 13 Dec 2011 7 Jan 1983 7 May 2008 30 Sep 1981 6 May 1980 30 Sep 1981 28 Oct 1980

Cost Waived Quality Assurance and Inspection Contract Audit Quality Assurance and Inspection Contract Audit Quality Assurance and Inspection (F-16 Follow-on Buy) Contract Audit Quality Assurance and Inspection Contract Administration Services Contract Audit Quality Assurance and Inspection Quality Assurance Quality Assurance and Inspection Quality Assurance Contract Audit Quality Assurance and Inspection Contract Audit Quality Assurance and Inspection

10 Feb 1981

Quality Assurance and Inspection

Program Conception 18 Apr 1985 9 Apr 1982 23 Nov 1986

Full Waiver of all contract administration Contract Audit Quality Assurance and Inspection Quality Assurance and Inspection

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FMS REQUISITION FORMATS Table A3.1. FMS REQUISITION FORMAT “A01.” RP

Element Name

Entry

1-3 4-6 7

DIC RIC Media and Status Code NSN

Must be “A01.” Use only for items with a valid NSN. Must be either “FNH” or “FWX.” Must be “S,” “U’, “V,” or “0.” If left blank, system will force a “V.” See restrictions in paragraph 6.90.1.

FSC

Must be four numbers. FSCs not authorized for country requisitioning: 1000 SRS (complete guns), 1100 SRS (nuclear), 1300 SRS (munitions and CAD/PAD). 2 Numerics

822 811 1213 1420 2122

National Codification Bureau (NCB) NIIN MMAC

2324 2529

UI

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Document Number Service Code Geopolitical (Country) Code Mark-for Code

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Quantity (QTY)

7 Numerics 2 Alphas. Codes not authorized for any country requisitions: “AQ” and “MN.” Codes not authorized on “K__” cases: “EX,” “PU,” “XA,” “XL,” “XT,” “XV,” XW,” “XX,” “XY,” or “XZ;” must be requisitioned on non-standard or obtained on D/O non-standard “B” or “L” case. Two alphas. Five numbers. Right-justify and prefix with zeroes. Must be greater than zero. If item has a QUP, adjust QTY (upward) in multiples of QUP. This QTY multiplied by the unit price should be at least $10. If not, increase QTY accordingly. Must be “D,” signifying AF case. For list, see DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.18. Enter code from block 33, LOA or latest modification. This code must be in the MAPAD.

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Document Date

4043

Serial Number

44

Demand Code

4550

Supplemental Address

45

In-country Service Code

46

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48-49); and always “V” for FMSO II and “K__” (rp 4&49) cases. Other valid codes (when authorized) include “3” (DoD stock), “6” (DoD stock, payment on delivery) or “Z” (credit). Enter the numeric Julian date the requisition is released for transmittal to the AF SOS. Must be current or prior date not more than one year old when received. It cannot be greater than date processed into SAMIS. See Attachment 4. Do not duplicate RP 36~43 on any other requisition (“AOI” “A02,” “A04,” or “A05”). If “Ill” (rp 48-49) case, demand code can be “R” (recurring) or “N” (nonrecurring). All other country requisitions must be “N.” A blank is treated as an “R” or “P.”

Enter code from block 35 of the LOA or latest Amendment or modification, if changed. Usually “D” (AF). Other valid codes (when authorized) are “B” (Army), “P” (Navy), or “K” (Marine) since these are the only addresses published in the MAPAD. Option Offer Entry code from block 19 of LOA or latest amendment, or block 20 Release Code of modification, if changed. Usually “A” (automatic release to freight forwarder (FF) in rp 47). Other valid codes (when authorized) are “X” (DTS), “Y” (Notice Of Availability (NOA) to FF – ship after 15 days) or “Z” (NOA to FF – hold for disposition). FF Code Enter code from block 34 of the LOA or latest amendment or modification, if changed. This code must be in the MAPAD. Case Designator Enter master case designator from block 3 of the LOA or block 4 of the latest amendment or modification block. Signal Code Leave blank (mechanically assigned). Fund Code Leave blank (mechanically assigned). Distribution Distribution Code Line Item Number Code Project Code

Leave blank (system forces “N”).

Priority Designator

Enter numeric priority designator.

RDD

Leave blank unless NMCS (N in rp 62). RP 63-64 must be alpha NMCS code. If blank, SAMIS automatically assigns a RAD for DLA-managed items.

Enter the last two digits of subcase/line item number from block 12 of the LOA or modification, or block 13 of the Amendment. Leave blank unless authorized by AF

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Advice Code

6769

Date of Receipt

70 71 72

Bypass Code Process Code Method of Transmission

7380

Unit Price

Enter applicable MILSTRIP advice code or leave blank. 1. If commercial-type item (reference Table 6.3.) enter “3B.” 2. If commercially available LM or LP, enter “2A.” 3. Do not use “6P” (new/unused) unless authorized on LOA. 4. Fill or kill, enter “2C.” 5. Do not substitute, enter “2B.” Leave blank. System forces the three-position Julian date the transaction is processed into SAMIS. RP 36-39 cannot be greater than this date. Leave blank. Leave blank. Must be “A” (DLA Transaction Services) or “M” (mail).

Leave blank. Stock list price assigned mechanically.

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Table A3.2. FMS REQUISITION FORMAT “A02.” RP 1-3

Element Name DIC

Entry Must be “A02.” Use only when: 1. Part number is 10 positions or less (rp 13-22) and; 2. A valid manufacturer's part/reference number (rp 8-12) is available, and; 3. A valid TO number is entered in rp 67-80. Note: If one or more are not available, use “A05.”

4-6 7 822 812 1322

RIC Media & Status Code Item Identification CAGE

Must be “FNH.” Must be “S,” “U’, “V”, or “0.” If left blank, system will force a “V.” See restrictions in Table 6.3.

Manufacturers Part Number

Left justify, suffix with blanks:

Must be a valid 5-digit numeric.

Do not use spaces (blanks) or special characters (i.e., /, #, etc.). Dashes omitted except between numerics. Sample: Enter F/G-1456-2 as FG1456-2. 2324

UI

Two alphas. Use the code assigned to a similar cataloged item since the part number is not cataloged.

2529 3043 30

QTY

5 numerics. Right-justify and prefix with zeroes. Must be greater than zero.

3132

For list, see DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.18.

33

Geopolitical (Country) Code Mark-for Code

35

TA Code

Enter code from block 18 of LOA or modification or block 19 of latest Amendment if changed. Normally “4” for “R” and “E” (rp 48) cases, “5” for non-standard “R” and “E” (rp 48-49) cases, and

Document Number Service Code

Must be “D” signifying AF case.

Enter code from block 33 of LOA or latest amendment or modification if changed. Usually “4” (FF).

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always “V” for “K” (rp 48-49) cases. Enter the numeric Julian date the requisition is released for transmittal to AFMC, WPAFB, OH. Must be current or prior date not more than one year old when processed into SAMIS. Cannot be greater than the date processed into SAMIS. See Attachment 4. Do not duplicate rp 36-43 on any other requisition “AO1,” “A02,” “A04,” or “A05”).

3639

Document Date

4043

Serial Number

44 4550 45

Demand Code Supplemental Address In-country Service Code

Must be “N” (nonrecurring).

Distribution Code Line Item Number Code Project Code

Leave blank. SAMIS forces “N.”

46

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Enter from block 35 of LOA or latest amendment or modification, if changed. Usually “D” (AF). Other valid codes (when authorized) are “B” (Army), “P” (Navy), or “K” (Marines) since these are the only addresses published in the MAPAD. Option/Offer Enter the code from block 19 of LOA or block 20 of latest Release Code amendment or modification if changed. Usually “A” (automatic release to FF in rp 47). Other valid codes (when authorized) are “X” (DTS), “Y” (notice of availability (NOA) to FF – ship after 15 days) or “Z” (NOA to FF – hold for disposition). FF Code Enter code from block 34 of LOA or latest amendment or modification, if changed. This code must be in the MAPAD. Case Designator Enter master case designator from block 3 of LOA or block 4 of latest amendment block or modification. Signal Code Leave blank (mechanically assigned). Fund Code Leave blank (mechanically assigned).

Priority RDD Advice Code TO Number

Enter the last two digits of subcase/line item number from block 12 of LOA or block 13 for amendment. Leave blank unless authorized by AF (e.g., “7BB” is authorized for PACER PHANTOM-F-4 Post Production requisition). Enter numeric priority designator. Leave blank unless NMCS (N in rp 62). RP 63-64 must be alpha NMCS code. Enter applicable MILSTRIP advice code. Do not use “3B.” Normally “2A.” Enter TO number, left justified. Must be a valid AF TO number extracted directly from applicable TO.

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Table A3.3. FMS REQUISITION FORMAT “A04.” RP 1-3

Element Name DIC

4-6 7

RIC Media & Status Code Item Identification FSC

822 811 1213 1419 20

Designator

2122

MMAC

2324 2529 3043 30 3132 33

UI

34

DTC

35

TA Code

Serial Number Assigning Activity

QTY Document Number Service Code Geopolitical (Country) Code Mark-for Code

Entry Must be “A04.” Use only for NC or ND (rp 12-13) number requisitions. Modification kit (“K” in rp 12) requisitions are input by the AFSAC case manager based on country furnished requirements. Must be “FNH.” Must be “S,” “U’, “V,” or “0.” If left blank, system will force a “V.” See restrictions in Table 6.3. Must be numeric. Do not use, FSC 1100 SRS (nuclear), 1300 (munitions and CAD/PAD). If FSC is in Table 6.3., enter 3B, rp 65-66. Must be “NC” (Non-Cataloged) or “ND” (Non-Definitive). Do not submit requisitions with “K” (modifications) in rp 12. Must be six-digit numeric. Must be alpha. Shows SOS assigning NC or ND number. “G” = OO-ALC “H” = OC-ALC “L” = WR-ALC Usually filled (2 alphas), but can be blank. “AQ” and “MN” codes are not authorized for any country requisitions. “EX,” “PU,” “XA,” “XT,” “XV,” “XW,” “XX,” “XY,” or “XZ” can be input for nonstandard items. Two alphas. 5 numerals. Right-justify and prefix with zeroes. Must be greater than zero. Adjust upwards in increments of QUP. Must be “D” signifying AF case. For list, see DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.18. Enter code from block 33 of LOA or latest amendment or modification, if changed. This code must be in the MAPAD. Enter code from block 20 of LOA or latest amendment or modification, if changed. Usually “4” (FF). Enter code from block 18 of LOA or modification or block 19 of latest Amendment, if changed. Normally “4” for “R” and “E” (rp 48) cases. Always “V” for “K” (rp 48-49) cases. Usually “5” for

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Document Date

4043 44

Serial Number

4550 45

Supplemental Address In-country Service Code

46

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6769 70

Demand Code

263

“E” and “R” cases. Enter the numeric Julian date the requisition is released for transmittal to the AF SOS. Must be current or prior date not more than one year old when received by SAMIS. Cannot be greater than date processed into SAMIS. See Attachment 4. Do not duplicate rp 36-43 on any other requisition (“A01,” “A02,” “A04,” or “A05”). If “K” (rp 48) case, demand code can be “R” (recurring) or “N” (nonrecurring). All other requisitions must be “N.”

Enter code from block 35 of LOA or latest amendment or modification, if changed. Usually “D” (AF), but can be “B” (Army), “P” (Navy), or “K” (Marines), if authorized on the LOA. Option/Offer Enter the code from block 19 of LOA or latest amendment or Release Code modification, if changed. Usually “A” (automatic release to FF (Fl”) in rp 47). Other valid codes (when authorized) are “X” (DTS), “Y” (notice of availability (NOA) to FF – ship after 15 days) or “Z” (NOA to FF – hold for disposition). FF Code Enter code from block 34 of LOA or latest amendment or modification, if changed. This code must be in the MAPAD. Case Designator Enter master case designator from block 34 of LOA or block 4 of latest amendment or modification. Signal Code Leave blank (mechanically assigned). Fund Code

Leave blank (mechanically assigned).

Distribution Distribution Code Line Item Number Code Project Code Priority RDD Advice Code

Date of Receipt Bypass Code

Leave blank. System forces “N.” Enter the last two digits of subcase/line item number from block 12 of LOA or modification or block 13 of amendment. Leave blank unless authorized by AF (e.g., “7BB” is authorized for PACER PHANTOM – F-4 Post Production requisitions). Enter numeric priority based on F/AD/UND. Reference DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.14, Table 1. Leave blank unless NMCS (N in rp 62). RP 63-64 must be alpha NMCS code. Enter applicable MILSTRIP advice code or leave blank. If commercial-type item (reference Table 6.3.), enter “3B.” Do not use “6P” (new/unused) unless authorized on LOA. If fill-or-kill, enter “2C.” Leave blank. System will force the Julian date the transaction is processed into SAMIS. RP 36-39 cannot be greater than this date. Leave blank.

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71

Process Code

Leave blank.

72

Method of Transmission

Must be “A” (DLA Transaction Services) or “M” (mail).

7380

Unit Price

Leave blank.

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Table A3.4. FMS REQUISITION FORMAT “A05.” RP 1-3

Element DIC

4-6 7

RIC Media & Status Code Item Identification

822

Entry Must be “A05.” Use only if item does not qualify for “A01,” “A02,” or”A04.” Must be either “FNH,” or “FXC.” Must be “S,” “U’, “V,” or “0.” If left blank, system will force a “V.” See restrictions in Table 6.3. Options include: 1. Part Number (rp 8-22) – preferred method. 2. FSC (rprp-11) and Part Number (RP 12-22). 3. FSCM (rp 8-12) and Part Number (rp 13-22). 4. Blank.

2324 2529 3043 30 3132 33

UI

Enter appropriate unit of issue for a like stock numbered item.

QTY

Five numerics. Right-justify and prefix with zeroes. Must be greater than zero.

34

DTC

35

TA Code

3639

Document Date

4043 44

Serial Number

4550

Supplemental Address

Document Number Service Code Geopolitical (Country) Code Mark-for Code

Demand Code

Must be “D” signifying AF case. For list, see DLM 4000.25-1, Appendix 2.18. Enter code from block 33 of LOA, latest amendment or modification if changed. This code must appear in the MAPAD. Enter code from block 20 of LOA, latest amendment or modification, if changed. Usually “4.” Enter code from block 18 of LOA or modification, or block 19 of latest Amendment, if changed. Usually “4” for “R” and “E” cases; “5” for non-standard “E” or “R” cases; and always “V” for “K” cases. Enter the numeric Julian date the requisition is released for transmittal to the AF SOS. Must be current or prior date not more than one year old when received by SAMIS. Cannot be greater than date processed into SAMIS. See Attachment 4. Do not duplicate rp 36-43 on any other requisition (“A01,” “A02,” “A04,” or “A05”). If “KB” case (rp 48-49), use “R” (recurring) or “N” (nonrecurring). All other requisitions must be “N.”

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In-country Service Code

Enter code from block 35 of LOA, latest amendment or modification, if changed. Normally “D” (AF), can be “B” (Army), “P” (Navy), or “K” (Marines), if authorized on the LOA. Option/Offer Enter the code from block 19 of LOA, latest amendment or Release Code modification, if changed. Usually “A” (automatic release to FF). FF Code Enter code from block 34 of the LOA, latest amendment or modification, if changed. This code must appear in the MAPAD. Case Designator Enter the designator from block 3 of LOA, block 4 of the latest amendment 1 or modification. Signal Code Leave blank (mechanically assigned). Fund Code Leave blank (mechanically assigned). Distribution Distribution Code Line Item Number Code Project Code

Leave blank. System forces “N.”

RDD

Enter the last two digits of subcase/line item number from block 12 of the LOA or modification, or block 13 of amendment. Leave blank unless authorized by AF (e.g., “7BB” is authorized for PACER PHANTOM – F-4 Post Production requisitions). Enter numeric priority based on F/AD/UND. Reference DoD 4000.15-1-M, Appendix, 2.14, Table 1. Leave blank unless NMCS (N - rp 62). RP 63-64 must be alpha.

Advice Code

Must be “2A.”

Method of Transmission

Must be “M” (mail).

Priority

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SERIAL NUMBER ASSIGNMENTS Table A4.1. Serial Number Assignments Serial Number

User

Less than 5000 5000-5799 6600-7399 7400-7499 7600-7999 8000-8999 8000-8099 8200-8299 9000-9999 A000-B499 A000-A999 B000-B999 C000-C999 D000-D999 E000-E199 H000-H199 H600-H799 H800-H999 VOOO-V999

Customer submitted Hill AFB programs Robins AFB programs Tinker AFB programs AFSAC Grant aid – Reparable return Robins AFB (IS; F-15) Robins AFB (SR; F-15) Reserved Tinker AFB (SR; E3A) Tinker AFB (BE; F-16) Tinker AFB (DE; F-16) Tinker AFB (NE; F-16) Tinker AF (NO; F-16) AFMETCAL-DET-1/MLSS Robins AFB (repair/replace requisition) Tinker AFB (repair/replace requisition) Hill AFB (repair/replace requisition) Drawdown requisitions

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Table A5.1. RICs for Custom Commitments Code

Explanation

FA3 FGZ FHZ FLZ FMS FNZ FXC

AFMETCAL-DET-1/MLSS Hill AFB performed service Tinker AFB performed service Robins AFB performed service NIPARS performed service WPAFB performed service PROs performed service (CORs, COPs, and COSs only)

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REPORTING ACTIVITY CODES A6.1. Description. This code gives the activity that is responsible for a delivery. A6.2. Structure. 1 Alpha. Table A6.1. Reporting Activity Codes Code Explanation G Hill AFB H

Tinker AFB

K

AFMETCAL Det 1/MLSS

L

Robins AFB

N

88th Air Base Wing (ABW)

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A7.1. On the first day of each quarter, SAMIS will: get the past four years of FMSO II case recurring demand for each NSN for each country. The demands are divided into 16 quarters. A7.2. Using the 16 quarters demand, SAMIS will: compute the AMD. In the computation, older requisitions are weighted less than newer requisitions when there are breaks in the quarterly requisition pattern. SAMIS applies a weighting factor to each of the quarter amounts. The weighting factor starts at 100 percent and is reduced by 6.25 percent (100 percent/16 quarters = 6.25 percent) each time there is a zero quantity for a quarter. In this example quarter one is the most recent. Table A7.1. SAMIS SLQ Computation Example Quarter 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 TOTAL

Requisition Qty 2 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 11

Weighting Factor 100.00 100.00 93.75 87.50 87.50 87.50 87.50 87.50 81.25 75.00 68.75 68.75 62.50 56.25 50.00 50.00

Weighted Requisition Qty 2.0000 1.0000 0.0000 0.0000 1.7500 1.7500 0.8750 0.8750 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.6875 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.5000 9.4375

A7.3. SAMIS then: divides the total weighted requisition QTY (9.4375) by 48 months to determine the AMD. In this example 9.4375/48 equals 0.1966. The weighted QTY (9.4375) will normally be less than the non-weighted requisition QTY (11). A7.4. The AMD: is multiplied by the procurement lead time to determine the procurement SLQ. If the SLQ computes to less than one, it is rounded to one. If the SLQ is above one, the 0.5 rule is used (less than 0.5 is rounded down, 0.5 and greater is rounded up.) Procurement SLQ example: 0.1966 x 24MO PLT = 4.7 = 5. A7.5. This same logic is used for the repair SLQ:, but SAMIS uses days instead of months because the repair time in the catalog is in days and not months. A7.6. The CLSSA Stock Level Item Query report (QA 456): shows the 16 quarter demand history data, the procurement and repair lead times, and the unrounded and rounded SLQ. (The AMD can be computed as the unrounded SLQ divided by the lead time.)

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LIABILITY FILE PROCESSING EXAMPLE A8.1. Whenever the SLQ is reduced, the reduced quantity is moved to the liability file for processing. In the following example for one country, the SLQ is decreasing over four quarters. In each quarter the amount of the reduction moves into the liability file for processing. Each entry will be identified by country and date. Table A8.1. Single Country Liability File Processing Example Quarter

SLQ Country

1 2 3

10 8 7

4

4

UT UT UT UT UT UT

Liability Entry Date

Liability File Qty

January January April January April July

2 2 1 2 1 3

A8.2. Once in the liability file, an item can be removed in three ways: A8.2.1. First, FMS non H-coded (non-repair/replace) requisitions that process through SAMIS will be used to remove items from the liability file. When an item is removed from the liability file (and not moved to the customer’s stock level or termination file), the customer's liability for that NSN/quantity is cleared. The customer is no longer liable for it. (Exceptions: Requisitions with advice codes 6P (new and unused), BV, 6V, 6W (sole source), and 2C, 2J, 22, 31, 32, 33 (do not substitute) are not used to clear liability. This is because these codes do not allow the IM to consider all assets when filling the requisition, and therefore, can’t be used to clear liability file items.) A8.2.1.1. Quantities will be removed from the liability file first for the country that input the transaction, and then on a first-in first-out alphabetical basis by the date the NSN entered the liability file. A8.2.1.2. The following example shows a liability file with multiple countries and multiple entry dates. NSNs/quantities are placed in the liability file on the first day of the quarter, so it is possible for multiple countries to have entries with the same date. To simplify the example, actual dates aren’t used, instead date 1 is the oldest entry, date 3 is the newest entry.

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Table A8.2. Multiple Country Liability File Processing Example Record Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Country DD EE AA CC DD EE FF BB CC DD

Liability File Date DATE 1 DATE 1 DATE 2 DATE 2 DATE 2 DATE 2 DATE 2 DATE 3 DATE 3 DATE 3

Liability File Qty 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 3

A8.2.1.2.1. Example 1: If a requisition is received from country CC for quantity 9, records 4, 9, 1, 2, 3, and 5 will be cleared. Records 4 and 9 are for country CC, the First-In First-Out (FIFO) alphabetical rule applies for the other records. A8.2.1.2.2. Example 2: If a requisition is received from country GG for quantity 9,.records 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 will be cleared based on the FIFO alphabetical rule since country GG has no liability file entries. A8.2.1.2.3. Example 3: If a requisition is received from country CC for quantity 4,.records 4 and 9 will be cleared and record 1 will be reduced by 1. Records 3 and 4 are for country CC, the FIFO alphabetical rule applies for the other record. A8.2.2. Second if the SLQ increases, a corresponding quantity will be removed from the liability file. The liability for the removed items will be accounted for by the increased stock level. Quantities will be removed from the liability file by country first and then on a FIFO alphabetical basis by date. Example: If the stock level for country AA increases, SAMIS will remove liability file NSN/quantities for country AA, if it exists. If there is no country AA liability, SAMIS will remove NSN/quantities from the liability file using the FIFO alphabetical rule. A8.2.3. Third: If there has been no recurring demand by any FMS customer for an NSN in four years, the NSN/quantity will be moved to the Termination File.

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ABSORPTION REVIEW AND DRAWDOWN REQUISITION PROCESSING A9.1. The “CLSSA Termination Absorption Request: (U-W001.-GAV) is divided into three parts: A9.1.1. Part one shows cataloging data, NSN, etc., and the QTY for which absorption is requested. A9.1.2. Part two provides a brief description of the reason for the absorption request. A9.1.3. Part three is for the IM to enter data. It looks like this: Table A9.1. CLSSA Termination Absorption Request REVIEW THE LAST FINAL REQUIREMENTS COMP. INDICATE WHETHER THE ITEM IS OVER, OPTIMUM, OR SHORT AT THE 3RD-TERM POINT OVER.......________ INDICATE OVER QUANTITY......_______ OPTIMUM....________ SHORT......________ INDICATE SHORT QUANTITY....._______ INDICATE UNFUNDED OWRM QUANTITY: _________ INDICATE NON-PROGRAMMED FMS BACK ORDER QUANTITY: _________ D200A COMPUTATION DATE: _________ ITEM MANAGER SIGNATURE: ______________________________ DATE:________ A9.2. Instructions for Completing the request. A9.2.1. The majority of the request is self-explanatory. However, the following paragraphs provide additional detail and instructions for two special circumstances: A9.2.2. FMS non-programmed back order QTY. This field shows the total FMS “NP,” “BB,” “B4,” and “B5” FMS non-programmed non H-coded back orders that you don't intend to buy using FMS case funds. In other words, don't count non-programmed non H-coded requisitions with “BZ” or “BV” status, or those back orders that will get “BZ” or “BV” status. A9.2.3. Insurance/NSO Items. These items require special attention. Use the following process to determine the values to enter in the form: A9.2.3.1. Step 1: A9.2.3.1.1. If the “REQUEST QUANTITY” is included in the retention quantity, compute an adjusted retention QTY using the formula: Retention QTY minus the “REQUEST QUANTITY.” A9.2.3.1.2. If the “REQUEST QUANTITY” is not part of the retention quantity, no adjustment is necessary: A9.2.3.2. Step 2: Use the formula “Asset level minus the retention (Adjusted Retention) level” to determine the OVER (positive number), SHORT (negative number) or OPTIMUM (zero) position. For example:

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Table A9.2. Adjusted Retention Quantity Example Factors Asset Level: Retention (Adjusted Level):

Example 1 15 - 20 - 5 (Short)

Example 2 20 - 20 0 (Optimum)

Example 3 25 - 20 + 5 (Over)

A9.2.4. Multiple Absorption Requests and the Asset Position is “OVER.” A9.2.4.1. If the asset position is “OVER” and there are absorption requests for multiple FMS countries for the same NSN, the “OVER,” “OWRM,” and non-programmed back order amounts must be allocated among all the absorption requests. Here's how: A9.2.4.1.1. Step 1: Compute the relative percentage for each country: Table A9.3. Relative Percentage Example Country BA GR AT TOTAL

“Request Qty” 2 4 6 12

Percent 2/12 = .17 4/12 = .33 6/12 = .50 1.00

A9.2.4.1.2. Step 2: Apply the percent to the “OVER,” “OWRM,” and “NONPROGRAMMED BACK ORDER (NON-P) QTY” and enter the rounded (.5 up) result in the appropriate place on the absorption form. See the following tables for examples: Table A9.4. Percentage Example 1 Country BA GR AT

Over 10 10 10

Times .17 3.3 5

Equals 1.7 3.3 5

Rounded 2 3 5

Table A9.5. Percentage Example 2 Country BA GR AT

OWRM 8 8 8

Times .17 .33 .50

Equals 1.4 2.6 4

Rounded 1 3 4

Table A9.6. Percentage Example 3 Country BA GR AT

Non-P 15 15 15

Times .17 .33 .50

Equals 2.5 5.0 7.5

Rounded 3 5 8

A9.2.4.2. The absorption sheets would show the following information:

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Table A9.7. Absorption Sheet Example COUNTRY: BA COUNTRY: GR COUNTRY: AT

OVER: 2, OVER: 3, OVER: 5,

OWRM QTY: 1, OWRM QTY: 3, OWRM QTY: 4,

NON-PROG BACK ORDERS: 3 NON-PROG BACK ORDERS: 5 NON-PROG BACK ORDERS: 8

A9.2.4.2.1. If there are multiple absorption requests and the asset position is “SHORT” or “OPTIMUM”, it is not necessary to compute percentages and allocate the various amounts. A9.2.4.2.2. If there are multiple absorption requests and the total of the “OVER” quantity minus the “OWRM” minus the “NON-PROGRAMMED BACK ORDER QTY” is greater than the total requested absorption quantity, put the computed total on all the forms. Nothing can be absorbed. A9.2.5. NSNs with No D200A Computation. When an NSN does not have a D200A Computation, the “Consolidated Assets and Requirements” (A-D200A-EJ1-F9-29E) should be used. The IM, in coordination with their immediate supervisor, should use their best judgment to evaluate existing stocks and future requirements. If existing stocks will be needed to meet future requirements, an optimum position should be indicated on the Absorption Request. This will result in the item being removed from the termination file and liability cleared.

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 Attachment 10 SAMPLE FORMAT OF UNITED STATES CUSTOMS DECLARATION

Table A10.1. Sample Format of United States Customs Declaration I, _________________________________________________, declare that the articles herein specified are, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the growth, produce, or manufacture of the United States; that they were exported from the United States, from the port of _____________________________________ on or about _____________________ 20_____; that they are returned without having been advanced in value or improved in condition by any process of manufacture or other means. Marks

Number

Quantity

Description

DATE

SIGNATURE

ADDRESS

CAPACITY

Value, in U.S. Coin

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SUPPLY SUPPORT ARRANGEMENT MATERIEL RETURN AGAINST COOPERATIVE LOGISTICS “K” CASE A11.1. Overview. A11.1.1. This attachment provides procedures for CLSSA customers to process returns for AF managed investment items (ERRC code “T”) using the FMSO) II case. A11.1.2. When authorized reparables are returned against the FMSO II case, a requisition for a serviceable replacement will be provided automatically. If the item is in the FMSO I equity list (at least one year old) and has EPQ sufficient to cover the requisition quantity, the requisition will be treated as programmed; otherwise, it will be treated as non-programmed. An “H” coded requisition will reduce the EPQ for 90 days. No credits will be processed, and the serviceable replacement will be priced at average repair cost, plus 3.5 percent for Packing, Crating, and Handling (PC&H). A11.1.3. If an unauthorized item (see Section 8E, paragraphs 8.23 and 8.25) is returned, a replacement requisition will not be created. The 430 SCMS will notify the customer of the unauthorized return, and will be given 30 days to provide disposition instructions, unless instructions are on the DD Form 1348-1A. Two choices are available to the customer: A11.1.3.1. Dispose of the assets. A11.1.3.2. Return (if possible) at the customer's expense. A11.1.4. Failure to respond to a request for disposition instructions within 30 days will result in automatic disposals. A11.1.5. Classified, hazardous, ammunitions, and explosive materiel will not be returned against a FMSO II case. Such returns will be repaired, if approval was obtained first under a D/O repair and return “M” case. A11.1.6. If an over shipment is made on an “H” coded requisition, the customer will be billed stock list price for the additional QTY. If the customer wants to return the materiel, SDR procedures must be followed. A11.2. Lost Reparable Procedures. A11.2.1. Under the FMS repair/replace program, the customer returns a reparable carcass and a replacement requisition (“H” coded) is automatically generated. Occasionally, a country will ship an unserviceable carcass and an H-coded requisition will not be created. The country will follow-up to the case manager if an H-coded requisition has not been crated. Follow-up will occur as soon as possible and not later than 90 days from date of shipment. A11.2.2. If 90 days has elapsed from the date of shipment and the H-coded requisition has not been created the country will notify the case manager. When notified by the country that an H-coded requisition has not been created, the case manager will: A11.2.2.1. Research the SAMIS records. Interrogate SAMIS for H-coded requisitions that were created within a one-year period around the time the carcass was returned. The interrogation product will show a cross-reference between the returned carcass DCN and

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 the H-coded DCN. If a cross-reference can be found, give the information to the customer. If there is not a match, the case manager will: A11.2.2.1.1. Determine if an SF 364 was processed by the depot against the shipment. A11.2.2.1.1.1. If an SF 364 was processed, forward to the customer and advise of actions being taken by the depot. A11.2.2.1.1.2. If the depot has not submitted an SF364, the case manager will ask the country to provide proof of delivery. Proof of delivery must include: A11.2.2.1.1.2.1. A copy of the carrier’s delivery receipt containing the legible date and name (or signature) of the individual who signed for the materiel at the repair facility. A11.2.2.1.1.2.2. The number of pieces, weight, and cube in the total shipment to agree with that shown on the supply documentation. A11.2.2.1.1.2.3. Requisition number and/or TCN assigned by the shipper identifying the materiel on the bill of lading to enable cross-referencing to the supply documentation. A11.2.2.1.1.2.4. For multi-pack or consolidated shipments, a copy of the packing list identifying the missing item’s requisition number contained within the shipment must be provided. A11.2.2.1.1.2.5. Copy of DD Form 1348-1A for the item in question. Any charges incurred obtaining the shipment documentation are the responsibility of the customer. A11.2.2.1.2. The case manager will request the 430 SCMS to research depot records on those assets with a ship date less than two years old. Records are not maintained for receipts over two years old and no research can be conducted. An H-coded requisition will be created for any item with a ship date over two years old, provided the country furnishes valid proof of delivery as outlined in paragraph A11.2.2.1.1.2. A11.2.2.1.2.1. The 430 SCMS will research depot records and take action as outlined below: A11.2.2.1.2.2. If it can be determined that the carcass was received, the 430 SCMS will input a D6 receipt transaction. Normal processing will then occur. If necessary, the 430 SCMS will request the case manager to input a manual MRRL. If the MRRL is approved, normal processing occurs. If disapproved, the case manager will ask the country for disposition instructions and notify the 430 SCMS of the option (dispose of the item, send to the PROS, or return at country’s expense) selected by the customer. A11.2.2.1.2.3. FMS Carcass Condemnation Procedure. A11.2.2.1.2.3.1. Occasionally an FMS carcass returned under the repair/replace program will be beyond repair, and as a result it will be condemned by the maintenance activity. In this instance, the FMS customer is still entitled to a serviceable asset. (Requisition billing will be in the normal

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automated manner.) A11.2.2.1.2.3.2. The FMS customer is entitled to a serviceable asset because the FMS customers pay the stock fund condemnations surcharge with every stock fund sale made to them. The condemnations surcharge is paid by the FMS customer for sales at the standard price and for sales at the repair/replace price. Generally if the FMS customer pays the surcharge, they are entitled to the service. A11.2.2.1.2.3.3. Support of the H-code requisition from on-hand, on-order stock, or from repair is preferable. If new procurement is necessary to fill the requisition, stock fund obligation authority should be used to fund the procurement against a stock fund line on the contract. FMS direct cite case funds will not be used. A11.2.2.1.2.3.4. This procedure does not apply if the carcass is condemned at receiving. If condemned at receiving, the carcass will be returned to the customer or sent to disposal and the customer credited disposal value. A11.2.2.1.2.4. If the carcass was received and an H-coded requisition couldn’t be created because repair capability no longer exists, the case manager will ask the country for disposition instructions (dispose of the item, send to PROS for repair/return, or return at country’s expense). The case manager will notify the 430 SCMS of the option selected by the customer. A11.2.2.2. If research determines that there is no record of the item being received at the depot and the country provides the shipping documentation outlined in paragraph A11.2.2.1.1.2, an H-coded requisition will be created. If valid proof of delivery is furnished for materiel with a ship date more than four years old, the country will receive credit for the carcass value of the missing item. A11.3. Procedures For CLSSA Customer-Submitted MRRL (“H” Requisitions). A11.3.1. Submission of MRRL. A11.3.1.1. The customer will prepare MRRLs and make sure the following is included: A11.3.1.1.1. Customer A11.3.1.1.2. Current CLSSA FMSO II case (case to be valid when reparable will be received at the AF depot) A11.3.1.1.3. MRRL control number A11.3.1.1.4. NSN of items involved A11.3.1.1.5. Quantity of unserviceables intended for return A11.3.1.1.6. Noun A11.3.1.1.7. Priority (equal to the FMS customer's need at estimated time of CONUS reparable receipt) A11.3.1.1.8. Supplementary address (shown on the MILSTRIP requisition in rp 4550, service code, ORC, FF; case designator).

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 A11.3.1.1.9. DCN (rp 30-35 of the MILSTRIP requisition includes service code “D,” geopolitical code, mark-for code, delivery term code, TA code-”V”) will be used for out-shipment from repair facility. A11.3.1.1.10. Disposition instructions to be used if the item is condemned upon receipt. A11.3.1.1.11. The AF processing and return of the FMS customer MRRL will be accomplished within 45 days. A11.3.1.2. The customer will send one copy of the MRRL to the 430 SCMS.

A11.3.2. Processing MRRLs. A11.3.2.1. After getting the MRRLs, the 430 SCMS will ensure all required data has been provided. The 430 SCMS will not process incomplete MRRLs and will ask the customer to resubmit the MRRL. The 430 SCMS must get approval from the AFSAC case manager if a DTC other than “5” is on the MRRLs. The case manager will coordinate the approval of any DTC other than “5” with HQ AFMC/A4R before answering the 430 SCMS. A11.3.2.2. The 430 SCMS will input a “9__” transaction to generate a MRRL Request List in IMS manager designator code sequence. The MRRL list will include H036B actual average repair cost for items. A11.3.2.3. If a customer's MRRL is received by an organization other than the 430 SCMS, the receiving organization will send the MRRL to the 430 SCMS for action with an informational copy to the customer. A11.3.2.4. The MRRL request list will be sent to the 430 SCMS for renew. The IMS will provide the following data to the 430 SCMS in 15 days: A11.3.2.4.1. Items authorized for return to CONUS. A11.3.2.4.2. “Ship to” Address. Enter the Stock Record Account Number (SRAN) of the SRA to which the item is to be shipped, if other than the “FB20__” number mechanically assigned. A11.3.2.4.3. If there is not a current H036B repair cost, the IMS will get the actual repair cost from the production specialist. If the actual repair cost is not available, the IMS will compute the current standard price using the OSD escalation table. A11.3.2.4.4. The IMS is not required to review a MRRL quantity against D200A. Also, assets will not be input into D200A as due-in assets. A11.3.2.4.5. The IMS will not approve any items for return if the AF is not the manager; the items are obsolete to any existing system configuration, or there is no repair capability. The IMS will try to forecast the management status of NSNs in question for the following six months before accepting return of those items. The IMS will give a reason for rejection. A11.3.2.5. After getting the annotated MRRL listing from the IMS, the 430 SCMS will prepare “9A” transactions which will establish due-in suspenses for approved items.

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A11.3.2.6. The 430 SCMS will send the MRRL approved/ unapproved list to the appropriate customer. A11.3.2.7. The customer will have 180 days from the date of establishment of the suspense to return the item to the CONUS. A11.3.2.8. For those items on the MRRL request which are not AF reparable items and have been disapproved for return, the “MRRL Non-AF List” will be created. AFSAC will send this report to the appropriate FMS customer. A11.4. Preauthorized Repair/Replace. A11.4.1. Items which are on a customer's FMSO I and all I&S grouped NSNs that have a repair source are eligible for preauthorized repair/replace under the FMSO II case. The listing of preauthorized NSNs (along with authorized MRRLs) is sent to the customer on the “Quarterly MRRL Status List” U-WO001-HIA. SAMIS Product U-WOO1.-HIA is the PCN for the consolidated listing. A11.4.2. The NSNs and quantities listed on the UWOO1.HIA may be returned to the AF for repair under the Repair/Replace program. NSNs that are not on the report or quantities greater than shown on the report are not authorized for return. A11.4.3. Each month AFSAC will generate the appropriate file maintenance transaction for the NSNs added or deleted on the FMSO I cases. The adjustments will be coordinated with the 430 SCMS. The updated listings will be given to the AFSAC case managers and the customers. A11.5. Return of Reparables. A11.5.1. After getting AF processed MRRLs, the FMS customer will arrange for shipments of approved reparables within the designated time frame. The FMS customer will not substitute items with an NSN different than those approved on the MRRL approved/disapproved list. If the FMS customer is returning items to more than one TRC, items for each TRC must be packed in separate shipping containers and each addressed for the appropriate TRC. Each individual shipping container which has multiple line items must be marked MULTIPACK. A11.5.2. FMSO I NSNs which are preauthorized for repair/replace are intermingled on the U-WOO1.-HIA list. If the customer's FMSO I reparable is one of the preauthorized NSNs, there will be a ship-to-address (“FB20__”) on the listing. A11.5.3. Processing Reparable Shipments. A11.5.3.1. Three copies of the DD Form 1348-1A will be prepared by the customer for each item. Instructions for preparing forms for standard MRRLs are in Table A11.1 Instructions for preparing forms for preauthorized MRRLs are in Table A11.2 A11.5.3.2. Shipments of unserviceable returns will go through the FMS customer FF; cleared through US customs, and shipped to the designated repair activity on a prepaid CBL, unless use of DTS has been authorized in the LOA. If unserviceable returns are sent by FMS customer aircraft to a CONUS AF base, it will be the FMS customer's responsibility, through the aircraft crew or customer FF; to get necessary customs clearance. All materiel from off the aircraft, except materiel to be left at the base of entry

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A11.6. Receipt of Reparables. A11.6.1. After getting the reparables, the responsible depot receiving unit will open each shipping container and visually inspect the bare item(s). A visual judgment will be made as to whether the item is physically damaged beyond repair. Also, the item identification (NSN) and quantity of the item(s) will be checked to be sure there is agreement with the data on the DD Form 1348-1A and the pack list which started the shipment from country. A11.6.2. If the identity or quantity of materiel differs from the DD Form 1348-1A data, the responsible depot receiving unit will manually correct all applicable DD Forms 1348-1A they have to show actual NSN(s) and quantity received. The responsible depot receiving unit will send a clear copy of the DD Form 1348-1A to the 430 SCMS, explaining the discrepancy in the “Remarks” block of that copy. A11.6.3. The responsible depot receiving unit will create a “D6” receipt transaction using data from the corrected DD Form 1348-1A. The “D6” will be input to the D035 system. A11.7. Generation of Replacement Requisition. A11.7.1. The “D6” receipts will be compared to the “9A” MRRL suspenses. When a match occurs, the suspense will be cleared, and a replacement requisition will generate, which will be identified by an “H” in column 40. The requisition will carry advice code “28” in rp 6566. A11.7.2. For preauthorized MRRLs, the requisition will be passed to SAMIS where it will be rejected as a CEX on the daily error report with the error phrase “Type Commitment Code Invalid.” The AFSAC case manager will correct the CEX and re-input the A01 requisition, inserting the FMSO II master case designator in rp 48-50 and the last two positions of the FMSO II line item in rp 55-56. Additional changes include:

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A11.7.2.1. FF code “X” (rp 47) to the correct FF code. A11.7.2.2. Priority “XX” (rp 60-61) to the priority designated by the UND “C” unless UND “A” or “B” can be justified. If the priority is not changed, SAMIS will automatically change it to the lowest priority within the country’s F/AD. A11.7.2.3. The CEX will be cancelled after the requisition is re-input. A11.7.2.4. At the same time that SAMIS rejects the “A0l” requisition on a CEX, the “BD” status line which cross references the customer's shipping document to the “H” coded document will be rejected as a CEX. After the “A01” requisition is reestablished, the case manager will re-input the “BD” status line using the same information in the “A01” requisition. A11.7.3. Occasionally an FMS carcass returned under the Repair/Replace program will be beyond repair, and as a result, it will be condemned by the maintenance activity. In this instance the FMS customer is still entitled to a serviceable asset. (Requisition billing will be in the normal automated manner.) Since the FMS customers pay the stock fund condemnations surcharge with every stock fund sale made to them at the exchange price (the Repair/Replace price). If the FMS customer pays the surcharge, they are entitled to the service. Support of the H-code requisition from on-hand, on-order stock, or from repair is preferable. If new procurement is necessary to fill the requisition, stock fund obligation authority should be used to fund the procurement against a stock fund line on the contract. FMS direct cite case funds will not be used. This procedure does not apply if the carcass is condemned at receiving. If condemned at receiving, the carcass will be returned to the customer, or sent to disposal and the customer credited disposal value. A11.7.3.1. When the item is condemned, the SOS will perpetuate SCC “H” in the daily “MRRL Master Adjustment & Error List” output to the 430 SCMS. The “D6” receipts will be compared to the “9A” MRRL suspenses. When a match occurs, the suspense will be cleared, and a replacement requisition will generate, which will be identified by an “H” in column 40. The 430 SCMS will ship the condemned item to DLA Distribution Services according to prescribed procedures. The data elements in paragraph A11.9 will be included on the DTID to identify the item as an FMS-owned asset. The supply inspector will certify the condemned condition by putting his stamp in the remarks block. A11.7.4. If the MRRL is a manual MRRL and the “D6” receipt quantity exceeds that of the “9A” MRRL suspense, an exception report will be produced for the 430 SCMS (MRRL Weekly Status, Part 2: Unmatched Reparable Returns ). The 430 SCMS will ask the IMS if the excess quantity is acceptable. The 430 SCMS will then establish a new “9A” record for the excess for normal processing. Requisitions will have “28” in rp 65-66. A11.7.5. If the NSN of the “D6” receipt does not match the “9A” MRRL suspense, the SOS will include the transaction in the “MRRL Weekly Status Report Part 2-Unmatched Reparable Returns FMS” output to the 430 SCMS. The 430 SCMS will tell the applicable IMS that the item of unmatched NSN has been received. The IMS will notify the 430 SCMS within 15 days if repair capability exists and the item can be accepted (the item must have an ERRC “T” and meet acceptance criteria. A11.7.5.1. If the item can be accepted, the 430 SCMS will notify the customer.

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 A11.7.5.1.1. For manual MRRLs, the FMS customer will have 30 days to notify the 430 SCMS if repair/replacement of the item is wanted. At the same time, the 430 SCMS will ask the FMS customer or the case manager to provide disposition instructions, if they do not appear, in block FF, DD Form 1348-1A. A11.7.5.1.2. For preauthorized MRRLs, the 430 SCMS will input a “9A” transaction for normal processing. A11.7.5.2. If the unmatched NSN cannot be accepted by the IMS, the 430 SCMS will follow disposition instructions, if they appear; in block FF of the DD Form 1348-1A. If disposition instructions do not appear, the 430 SCMS will ask the AFSAC case manager for disposition instructions. A11.7.5.2.1. If the FMS customer wants disposal of the item, the 430 SCMS will tell the IMS that the depot receiving unit has received a reparable item which is to be processed for disposal. The 430 SCMS will also give the IMS data elements listed in paragraph A11.9 The IMS will include the data elements on the DTID to identify the item as an FMS-owned asset. A copy of the DTID will go to the 430 SCMS to clear the unmatched D6 receipt. A11.7.5.2.2. If the FMS customer wants return of an unmatched reparable, and return is possible, the 430 SCMS will manually prepare two books (12 copies) of DD Form 1348-1A, which will start shipment to the customer. The original FMS DCN must be used and the unit price of the item must be on the DD Form 1348-1A. The reason for the return must be in the Remarks block of the DD Forms 1348-1A. The 430 SCMS will then send the DD Forms 1348-1A to the responsible depot receiving unit. The responsible depot receiving unit will input a “D6” reversal transaction to DSS according to AFMCMAN 23-5, Volume 4, Wholesale and Retail Receiving/Shipping (WARRS) System Users’ Manual (D035K/L) and send the remaining copies of the DD Form 1348-1A to Depot Shipment and Planning. Depot Shipment and Planning will start return shipment on a CCBL. Depot Shipment and Planning will establish the outbound shipment in the D009 system by a transaction so that a record of shipment is created. Once shipment action has been completed, Depot Shipment and Planning will send a copy of the completed DD Form 1348-1, with shipping data annotated, to the 430 SCMS. The 430 SCMS will then compute the PC&H charge and prepare manual delivery reporting for the PC&H as a services delivery.

A11.7.6. The 430 SCMS will provide the FMS customer with the weekly “Return Requisition List” , which cross-references DCNs of FMS customer-submitted DD Forms 1348-1A with document numbers of replacement requisitions generated. A11.7.7. When an SDR results from a shipment on an “H” coded requisition and when that SDR has been validated and the AF agrees that items must be shipped to the FMS customer to fulfill AF responsibility to replace authorized returns against a MRRL, the following will be taken: A11.7.7.1. The 430 SCMS will process a “D6” receipt to produce an “H” series requisition. A11.7.7.2. The 430 SCMS will write in block 26 of the SF 364 the requisition number that was generated for the quantity to meet the validated SDR. The resultant requisition

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will be processed for supply on a normal basis current repair price, plus 3.5 percent for PC&H. A11.7.8. In the case of an incorrect cancellation of an “H” coded requisition, the AFSAC case manager will contact the IMS. The IMS will send positive supply status to SAMIS so that the requisition can be reopened. A11.8. Country Documentation Preparation for Reparable Shipments (Standard MRRL). A DD Form 1348-1A will be prepared manually or mechanically for all reparable shipments by country (standard MRRL). All copies will be complete, accurate, and legible. The basic principle is to provide requisition information on the DD Form 1348-1A whenever possible. The data in Table A11.1 will be entered on all FMS documents. Table A11.1. Country Preparation of DD Form 1348-1A for Reparable Shipment by Country (Standard MRRL) RP 8-22 23-24 25-29 30-43

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Instructions NSN of the item being returned Two-letter unit of issue Actual quantity being returned Country assigned DCN as previously authorized including: RP 30: Service code “D” RP 31-32: Geopolitical code RP 33: Mark-for code RP 34: Delivery term code RP 35: Finance code (must be “V”) RP 36-39: Julian date of DD Form 1348-1A preparation RP 40-43: Country assigned serial number Construct supplementary address from the data in the signed LOA and enter; including: RP 45: FMS service code RP 46: Offer release code RP 47: FF code RP 48-50: FMS case designator Priority based on need at the estimated time of CONUS reparable receipt Instructions Country and activity code, name and address of the repair activity Account number, name and address of the repair activity that the shipment is being sent Date the DD Form 1348-1A is being prepared (current date) SCC “F” to show unserviceable materiel QTY being returned Noun Type of container Total weight Total number of containers in the shipment Total cube

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 Annotate FMS Repair/Replace Shipment, date of SOS document authorizing the return, and the FMS case designator that applies Annotate Free Entry-Item 800 of Tariff Schedules of US (14 USC 1202) Enter either DISPOSE OR RETURN. These disposition instructions will be used for unauthorized returns of items received at the US repair facility. DISPOSE will result in the customer receiving scrap value of the item (90 percent of 1.6 percent of current stock list price). RETURNS will result in the item being returned at the customer's expense. These instructions must appear on each DD Form 1348-1A.

A11.9. Disposal Data Elements. The following data elements will be entered on the DTID to identify condemned and reparable items shipped to DLA Distribution Services Federal Center; Battle Creek Michigan 49016 as FMS-owned assets. The data elements will be used by DLA Distribution Services to deposit a percentage of the proceeds from sales to the FMS customer's trust fund holding account (“XLC”). A11.9.1. Phrase: FMS-Owned Assets. A11.9.2. Country and activity code. A11.9.3. Reimbursement code “3.” A11.9.4. Trust fund holding account “XLC.” A11.9.5. FMS country DCN from the receipt document. A11.10. Country Preparation for Reparable Shipment (Preauthorized Repair). A DD Form 1348-1A will be prepared manually or mechanically for all reparable shipments by country (preauthorized repair). All copies will be complete, accurate, and legible. The idea is to give requisition information on the DD Form 1348-1A if possible. The data in Table A11.2 will be entered on all FMS documents.

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Table A11.2. Country Preparation of DD Form 1348-1 A for Reparable Shipment by Country (Preauthorized Repair) RP 8-22 23-24 25-29 30-43

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Instructions NSN of the item being returned Two-letter unit of issue Actual QTY being returned Country assigned DCN as previously authorized including: RP 30: Service code “D” RP 31-32: Geopolitical code RP 33: Mark-for code RP 34: Delivery term code RP 35: Type assistance code (must be “V”) RP 36-39: Julian date of DD Form 1348-1A preparation RP 40-43: Country assigned serial number Supplementary address from the data stated in the signed LOA: RP 45: FMS service code RP 46: Offer release code RP 47: FF code RP 48-50: FMS case designator (FMSO I KA__ case) Priority based on need at the estimated time of CONUS reparable receipt. Instructions Country and activity code, name and address of the repair activity Account number, name and address of the repair activity that the shipment is being sent to Date the DD Form 1348-1A is being prepared (current date) SCC “F” to show unserviceable materiel QTY being returned Noun Type of container Total weight Total number of containers in the shipment. Total cube Annotate FMS Preauthorized Repair/Replace Shipment List dated___ (insert date of the MRRL monthly status list. Annotate Free Entry-Item 800 of Tariff Schedules of US (14 USC 1202) Enter either DISPOSE OR RETURN. These disposition instructions will be used for unauthorized returns of items received at the US repair facility. DISPOSE will result in the customer receiving scarp value of the item. RETURN will result in the item being returned at the customer's expense. These instructions must appear on each DD Form 1348-1A.

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MATERIEL REPAIR REQUIREMENTS LIST (MRRL) NONACCEPTANCE CODES A12.1. Description. These codes are entered by the inventory management specialist (IMS) in column F of MRRLs to explain the reason for the nonacceptance of reparable assets from SA program customers. A12.2. Structure. Alpha. Table A12.1. MRRL Nonacceptance Codes Code A B C D F G H I

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Explanation The USAF is not the IMS for the item offered for return. No USAF repair capability (organic or contractual) exists for the item. Item is obsolete and is no longer maintained in the USAF inventory. Item cannot be identified. Give detailed information, such as item description, use, manufacturer, etc. Reparable item (offered through FMS procedures) is of hazardous, dangerous, or classified nature. “M” case for repair/return is necessary. Reparable item (offered through FMS procedures) is an equipment item (ERRC code “S” or “U”). “M” case for repair/replace or repair/return is necessary. Reparable item (offered through FMS procedures) is an engine, engine module, or status control alerting and reporting system item. “M” case for repair/return required. Consolidated management data list (CMD) shows US Army and US Air Force as sources of supply. US Army is the prime inventory manager US Air Force IMS will annotate the proper Army routing identifier on the MRRL. ML-C shows US Navy and US Air Force as sources of supply. US Navy is the prime inventory manager US Air Force IMS will annotate the proper Navy routing identifier on the MRRL. ML-C shows US Marine Corps and US Air Force as sources of supply. US Marine Corps is the prime inventory manager US Air Force IMS will annotate the proper Marine Corps routing identifier on the MRRL. Item offered is a consumable item, it cannot be repaired. Item is excluded from MRRL procedures. Offered number is for procurement purposes only. Resubmit using NSN of actual reparable. AAC “P” items. The quantity of this MRRL has been consolidated with a prior approved Manual MRRL. The item currently has no repair support. The customer may obtain repair support through PROS or may resubmit in six months.

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BLANKET ORDER (B/O) REPAIR AND RETURN CASES A13.1. General. A13.1.1. B/O repair and return cases give the FMS customer repair/maintenance service for unexpected repair requirements. These types of cases give only the dollar amount of potential repair services and the period of the case which is one year. The LOA usually states that the case applies only to systems/subsystems of US origin and under the cognizance of the AF. Repair capability, organic or contractual, is, however; decided on an item-by-item basis as the actual repair requirements are identified by the FMS customer. Organic or contract repair will be determined by using the posture planning process. Under repair and return procedures, the FMS customer returns an unserviceable item and gets the same item back in serviceable condition, assuming the repair was economically possible. Internally, the AF will use depot maintenance service, AFIF (DM5) funding for all B/O repair and return cases. A13.1.2. Repair/return items must use unique DTC for transportation to and from repair activities. These DTCs are used by AFSAC case managers in preparing repair/return LOAs. A13.1.3. Non-standard items. Additional information is in Section 9C. FMS customers must report to the AFSAC case manager those assets for which repair/return is needed. Do not initiate shipment before receipt of shipping instructions from the AF. A13.1.4. Depot-level maintenance requests will be processed through B/O repair/return cases. Requirements which must be identified include: A13.1.4.1. Manpower - organic and contractual. A13.1.4.2. Materiel - Contractor furnished equipment/GFE. A13.1.4.3. Tooling. A13.1.4.4. Technical data. A13.1.4.5. Furnished SE. A13.1.4.6. Assembly. A13.1.4.7. Deployment. A13.1.4.8. Employment. A13.1.4.9. Status tracking. A13.1.5. The host base will provide: A13.1.5.1. Kits. A13.1.5.2. Bench stock. A13.1.5.3. SE. A13.1.5.4. Quality assurance support. A13.1.5.5. Maintenance support.

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A13.1.6. The host base will review TOs to ensure resources are available to do the work before P&A data is given to the case manager. A13.2. Procedures. A13.2.1. The FMS customer will: A13.2.1.1. Submit the LOR according to the procedures in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M and AFMAN 16-101. A13.2.1.2. Include the following information in the LOR: A13.2.1.2.1. Type of case (B/O repair and return maintenance case). A13.2.1.2.2. Desired dollar amount. A13.2.1.2.3. Valid period of the case. A13.2.1.3. Optional information included in the LOR: A13.2.1.3.1. Major system(s)/subsystems to be supported. A13.2.1.3.2. Sole source contractor(s) to do repairs (if desired) and applicable justification. A13.2.1.3.3. Unique repair documentation requirements (e.g., tear down deficiency reports). A13.2.2. The AFSAC case manager will prepare an LOA. A13.2.3. The FMS customer will return the signed LOA with any required initial deposit to the DFAS Indianapolis. A13.2.4. DFAS Indianapolis will: A13.2.4.1. Get the OA request and approve it. A13.2.4.2. Issue OA through AF customer order control system to the AFSAC program control offices. A13.2.5. The AFSAC case manager will: A13.2.5.1. Establish the case in SAMIS (W001). Note: Paragraph A13.3 of this attachment gives the unique procedures for processing sole source repair. Paragraph A13.2.9 applies when sole source contract repair has not been requested by the FMS customer.

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A13.2.6. The FMS customer will send a list of the actual repair requirements to AFSAC and include the following data: A13.2.6.1. Customer. A13.2.6.2. Name, case designator, item description, serial number, model designation, manufacturer's part number, and NSN. Engine components will be identified by type, model, and series. A13.2.6.3. Quantity to be repaired. A13.2.7. The AFSAC case manager will: A13.2.7.1. Verify eligibility of the item for repair against this type of case. A13.2.7.2. Determine the responsible AFLCMC FM Program Office. A13.2.7.3. Send the requirements to the AFLCMC program office requesting the following information: A13.2.7.3.1. Repair capability. A13.2.7.3.2. Estimated repair costs. A13.2.7.3.3. Turnaround time. A13.2.7.3.4. Acquisition cost. A13.2.7.3.5. Shipping/mark for information, including input schedule. A13.2.8. The AFLCMC Program Office will: A13.2.8.1. Determine or get a decision through the posture planning committee if the repair is to be done organically or contractually. A13.2.8.2. Try to find a contractor having repair capabilities, if contractual repair is selected. If no contract can be awarded give possible alternative repair source. A13.2.8.3. Give requested information stated in the preceding paragraph A13.2.7.3 A13.2.8.4. Show any negative production impacts. A13.2.8.4.1. If repair/return services are not available for an item, the AFLCMC Program Office will explain the reason and state repair/replace methods if applicable or recommend PROS repair. A13.2.8.4.2. The AFLCMC Program Office must try to find a contractor who can do repair/return for a requested item when the service cannot be done organically. No funds may be paid to a contractor to get P&A data. A13.2.9. The AFSAC case manager will: A13.2.9.1. Prepare a project directive and specify that OA is available for the estimated repair costs upon receipt of P&A data from The AFLCMC Program Office. The project directive must state that two copies of DD Form 250 will be prepared at the time of the completion of repair, if the repair is to be done contractually. The DD Form 250 and all billing documentation will have the DCN and the FMS case provided by the customer on the DD Form 1348-1A. DD Forms 250 for all repair costs will be submitted to the

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A13.2.10. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office will: A13.2.10.1. Verify OA has been received. A13.2.10.2. Request Expenditure Authority (EA) from the respective ABW Comptroller Squadron as instructed in the project directive. A13.2.10.3. Arrange for repair: A13.2.10.3.1. Initiate AFMC Form 206, Temporary Work Request (organic resources). Include special markings. The country, case, and DCN must be on the AFMC Form 206. A13.2.10.3.2. Prepare annual customer order. A13.2.10.3.3. Start a purchase request (contractual resources). AFIF will be used for Depot Maintenance Service only. A13.2.10.3.4. Ensure all documentation includes FMS case and DCN. A13.2.10.4.1. Provide shipping instructions to the customer according to the type of item. Specific instructions are required for returns of hazardous, classified, or sensitive materiel sent through DTS. A13.2.10.5. Maintain surveillance of maintenance service. A13.2.10.6. Send the AFSAC case manager maintenance status by letter when requested. A13.2.10.7. Notify the respective ABW Comptroller Squadron of materiel to be accepted, dollars involved, etc. A13.2.11. The FMS customer will: A13.2.11.1. Annotate reparable item tag on each asset with DCN and case identifier. A13.2.11.2. Prepare three copies of the DD Form 1348-1A. A13.2.11.3. Place one copy (number 2) of the DD Form 1348-1A in a waterproof envelope and attach to the outside of the number one container for each of the items inside that are consolidated for shipment. A13.2.11.4. Place one copy (number 3) of the DD Form 1348-1A inside the number one container. A13.2.11.5. Keep one copy (number 1) of the DD Form 1348-1A. A13.2.11.6. Mark all containers FMS Repair/Return Shipment, Keep Container with Item, Do Not Input Receipt to D035. Complete AFTO Form 350 and DD Form 1577-2. Note: FMS returns to CONUS have duty free entry to the US. Free entry is provided by Item 800 of the Tariff Schedules of the United States (19 USC 1202). A customs declaration form must be prepared and accompany each reparable shipment.

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A13.2.11.7. Ship according to the instructions in the preceding paragraph A13.2.10 Reparable shipments will be sent through the country's FF and shipped to the designated repair activity on a paid commercial bill of lading. Specific instructions for the return of hazardous, classified, or sensitive materiel through the DTS component will be on the applicable LOA. A13.2.12. Organic repair/billing: A13.2.12.1. The depot Warehouse Office (DLA), after getting an FMS reparable will: A13.2.12.1.1. Open each container and visually inspect the bare item(s). A visual judgment will be made if the item is physically damaged beyond repair. If the item is condemned, follow instructions in paragraph 8.24 Determine if the specified SPI container was used to make the shipment. If the required SPI container was not used, report the discrepancy. Missing federal supply class 8140/8145 containers will be reported as a shortage. A13.2.12.1.2. Notify the FMS focal point office of receipt. FMS focal point office will in turn input an XDA receipt transaction in SAMIS. A13.2.12.1.3. Maintain visibility of the items until they can be sent for repair. A13.2.12.1.4. Send the item and shipping container to ALC maintenance office for repair. A13.2.12.2. ALC Maintenance Office will: A13.2.12.2.1. Perform repairs. A13.2.12.2.2. Send the repaired item to depot Warehouse/Transportation Office (DLA). A13.2.12.2.3. Send cost data to DFAS. A13.2.12.2.4. Tell the FMS focal point office of repair completion, who will in turn input an XDB shipment transaction into SAMIS so that the AFSAC case manager will know the item has been repaired. A13.2.12.3. Depot Warehouse/Transportation Office (DLA) will: A13.2.12.3.1. Pack/crate the item for return to the customer. A13.2.12.3.2. Ship the item to the FMS customer/ FF. A13.2.13. Contractual Repair and Billing. A13.2.13.1. The ACO will maintain surveillance of the repair contract and ensure the contractor upon receipt of a reparable item from an FMS customer: A13.2.13.1.1. Notifies the FMS focal point office of reparable receipt, which will in turn input an XDA receipt transaction in SAMIS. A13.2.13.1.2. Verifies that the item is covered in the repair contract. If the item is not in the repair contract, the AFLCMC FMS Program Office will process according to paragraph 8.24.9

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A13.2.14. The FMS customer may ask about the status of an item sent to CONUS for repair. The follow-up will be made to the AFSAC CM, who will then ask the case manager to obtain status from the AFLCMC FMS Program Office. A13.3. Procedures For FMS Customer-Designated Sole Source Contractor Repair. A13.3.1. The FMS customer can name sole source contractors to perform the repair. When a customer asks for sole source support, they must provide the major systems/subsystems to be supported and the dollar amount of repair services for each sole source contractor. Sole source identification will result in a change to the standard procedure in paragraph A13.2 Requests for sole source must go through appropriate channels and the case must be amended to show sole source designation. The AFSAC case manager can immediately prepare project directives for the managing AFLCMC FMS Program Office. In addition, the case manager will then request AFMC to issue OA with each project directive. FMS case and DCN must be on all documentation.

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A13.3.2. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office, after getting a sole source project directive and OA, can take action to establish a basic repair contract with the sole source contractors. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office will also tell the customer that definitized repair requirements will be sent directly to the PM/IMS (with an informational copy to the AFSAC case manager) for approval and shipping instructions.

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A14.1. General. A14.1.1. Processing materiel returns against a D/O repair/ return maintenance case will be used by FMS customers when the customer wants repair and return of the same item. Although B/O repair/return cases are recommended, AFSAC will write D/Os if FMS customers request it. A14.1.2. Repair/return items must use unique DTCs for transportation to and from the repair activities. A14.1.3. The AF will use Depot Maintenance Service, AFIF funding for repair/return efforts. A14.2. Procedures. A14.2.1. Submission of LOR. A14.2.1.1. The customer will identify the reparable items to be returned to the AF for repair/replace. A14.2.1.2. Customers will send a LOR to the AFSAC case manager for a D/O repair/return maintenance case. A14.2.1.3. After getting the LOR, the AFSAC case manager will: A14.2.1.3.1. Determine the AFLCMC FMS program Office with management responsibility for each item in the customer's LOR. A14.2.1.3.2. Prepare a request for P&A (according to Figure A14.1 and pricing guidelines in DoD 7000.14-R) and send to each applicable AFLCMC Program Office, with a 30-day suspense for completing the P&A. The case manager will ensure the requirement for repair/return is clearly stated. A14.2.1.4. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office will complete the P&A data and make sure all data elements in Figure A14.1, are provided and returned to the AFSAC case manager within 30 days. If repair/return services, either organically or contractually, are not available for an item, the AFLCMC FMS Program Office will explain the reason and state if repair/replace methods or PROS can be used. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office must try to find a contractor who can do repair/return for a requested item, if the service cannot be done organically. No funds may be paid to a contractor in order to get P&A data. A14.2.2. Preparation of LOAs. The AFSAC case manager will prepare an LOA, send it to the purchaser, and implement the case IAW AFMAN 16-101. The AFSAC case manager will then prepare an international program directive (IPD) to the AFLCMC FMS Program Office. A14.2.2.1. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office will: A14.2.2.1.1. Verify the OA has been received.

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A14.2.2.1.2. Request EA from the respective ABW Comptroller as instructed in the project directive. A14.2.2.1.3. Arrange for repair: A14.2.2.1.3.1. Fill out AFMC Form 206 (organic resources). Instruct maintenance office that if an item is condemned, AFLCMC FMS Program Office must be informed. The country, case, and DCN must be on the AFMC Form 206. A14.2.2.1.3.2. Prepare an annual customer order. A14.2.2.1.3.3. Start a purchase request (contractual resources). Only Depot Maintenance Industrial Funds (DMIF) will be used. A14.2.2.1.4. Maintain surveillance of maintenance service. A14.2.2.1.5. Ensure all documentation includes FMS case and DCN. A14.2.3. Return/receipt of reparables. A14.2.3.1. The FMS customer will: A14.2.3.1.1. Prepare three copies of the DD Form 1348-1A according to Table A14.1. A14.2.3.1.2. Attach one copy (number 2) of the DD Form 1348-1A to the outside of the container in a waterproof envelope. If items are consolidated for shipment, one copy of the DD Form 1348-1A for each item in the container will be attached to the outside of the number one container. The DCNs must be annotated on the bill of lading or equivalent document or a pack list must accompany the bill of lading or equivalent document. A14.2.3.1.3. Place one copy (number 3) of the DD Form 1348-1A inside the number one container. A14.2.3.1.4. Keep one copy (number 1) of the DD Form 1348-1A. A14.2.3.1.5. Mark all containers FMS Repair/Return Shipment, Keep Container with Item, Do Not Input Receipt to D035. A14.2.3.1.6. Undertake the following to ensure duty-free entry to the United States. FMS returns to CONUS have duty free entry to the US. Free entry is provided by Item 800 of the Tariff Schedules of the United States (19 USC 1202). A customs declaration must be prepared and accompany each reparable shipment IAW Table A14.1 Complete AFTO Form 350 and DD Form 1577-2. A14.2.3.1.7. Ship according to the terms of the LOA. Reparable shipments will go through the customer's FF and will be shipped to the designated repair activity on a paid CBL. Specific instructions for the return of hazardous, classified, or sensitive materiel through DTS will be on the applicable LOA. A14.2.3.1.8. Tell the AFSAC case manager after getting serviceable assets via XDA input into SAMIS. A14.2.3.1.9. Ask about the status of an item sent to the depot for repair (optional). The follow-up will be made to the AFSAC CM who in turn will ask the Case

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 Manager to obtain maintenance status from the responsible AFLCMC FMS Program Office. The lead time for repair/replace actions can be lengthy; therefore, follow-ups will be submitted accordingly. A14.2.3.2. Receipt of reparables: A14.2.3.2.1. After getting an FMS reparable shipment the depot warehouse (DLA) will. A14.2.3.2.1.1. Open the container and visually inspect the item(s). A14.2.3.2.1.2. Make a visual judgment if the item is physically damaged past repair. A14.2.3.2.1.3. Determine if the specified SPI container was used to make the shipment. If the required SPI container was not used, report the discrepancy. Missing FSCs 8140 and 8145 containers will be reported as a shortage. A14.2.3.2.1.4. Tell the AFLCMC FMS Program Office of the reparable receipt. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office will in turn input an XDA receipt transaction into SAMIS. A14.2.3.2.1.5. Send a condemned item to the DLA Distribution Services IAW paragraph 8.24.9 if the item is not reparable. A14.2.3.2.1.6. If the remarks block AA-BB of the DD Form 1348-1A states the item is repair/return item, depot warehouse (DLA) will send the item and shipping container to the repair facility specified by the contact point shown in block B. One copy of the DD Form 1348-1A must be attached. A14.2.3.3. Processing of reparables. A14.2.3.3.1. ALC Maintenance office will: A14.2.3.3.1.1. Verify that the item is covered by a temporary work order request and is reparable. A14.2.3.3.1.2. Contact the AFLCMC FMS Program Office stated on the temporary work request by letter explaining the situation if the item is not economically reparable, is excess to the quantity on the work order, does not match by NSN, or cannot be identified. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office will call the AFSAC case manager who will ask the customer if a replacement item can be sent for the one which is unacceptable. If not, the case manager will amend the case. If the customer has not included disposition instructions on the DD Form 1348-1A, AFLCMC FMS Program Office will, in the same correspondence, ask the case manager to get disposition instructions for the unacceptable item. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office must have these disposition instructions within 30 days. A14.2.3.3.1.3. Follow the disposal procedures in paragraph 8.24.9 if the FMS customer wants disposal of the item. A14.2.3.3.1.4. Do the repair warehouse/transportation office.

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A14.2.3.3.1.5. Send repair cost data to DFAS. A14.2.3.3.1.6. Inform the AFLCMC FMS Program Office that repair of the item has been completed. The AFLCMC FMS Program Office will tell the AFSAC case manager of the completed action by in putting an XDB transaction into SAMIS. Notify the AFSAC case manager of any delays. A14.2.3.3.2. The depot warehouse office will: A14.2.3.3.2.1. Pack/crate the item for return to the FMS customer. A14.2.3.3.2.2. Ship the item to the customer/FF. A14.2.3.3.3. The depot will: A14.2.3.3.3.1. Accumulate all costs on the repair. A14.2.3.3.3.2. Verify that sufficient OA and EA have been received. A14.2.3.3.3.3. Reimburse the Depot Maintenance Service, AFIF and AF appropriations. A14.2.3.3.3.4. Start delivery reporting for all repair costs. A14.2.3.3.3.5. Process the FMS Detailed Delivery Report for PC&H charges and if applicable transportation costs. A14.2.4. Contractual repair and billing. The ACO will oversee the repair contract and ensure the contractor (after receiving a reparable item from an FMS customer) tells the product management division of reparable receipt. The product management division then tells the AFSAC case manager; who then tells the FMS customer.

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Figure A14.1. Request for Price and Availability SUBJECT: P & A Request for FMS Repair and Return Items 1. The Bandarian AF requests P & A data and shipping instructions for the below items: NSN: XXXX-XX-XXX-XXXX SERIAL NUMBER(s): XXXXXXX QUANTITY: XX FMS CASE DESIGNATOR: BA-D-XXX 2. In order to process the repair/return request, we require the following information: Estimated Repair Cost Per Unit: ___________________________________ Repair Turn-Around Time: _______________________________________ Ship To Address: _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ 3. Please provide data not later than XX XXX XXXX. The AFSAC Case Manager is XXXXXXXXXX, DSN 787-XXXX. Note: Pricing procedures for Figure A14.1 are located in DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15. A14.2.5. DD Form 1348-1A will be prepared manually or mechanically for reparable shipments by country (repair/return). All copies will be complete, accurate, and legible. Provide requisition information on the DD Form 1348-1A, if possible. The following data will be entered on all FMS documents:

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Explanation Availability associated with production capability. Available for future delivery only. Under study by research and development (R&D). Limited supply available. Replacement or preferred item, if any, is also listed in the MASL. Under normal circumstances, preferred item should be programmed. Ancillary equipment must be programmed separately. Spell out desired configuration in separate correspondence. MILSTRIP RIC (MRI) data field in the MASL has been left blank because this is a dollar value line for which the program originator is required to select the appropriate implementing agency. Program originators will enter the appropriate MRI in rp 66-68 of card 3 as follows: MRI – Implementing Agency BY7 - Army NBZ - Navy Faϕ - AF In selecting the implementing agency, the objective is to identify the military department best positioned to provide the required articles or service. As a general rule, the military department which is the normal recipient of MAP orders for the related end item (as indicated by the MRI assigned to the end item in the MASL) is in the best position to provide ancillary equipment and efficient and effective followon support. Source of supply codes “B,” “F,” “J,” “N,” “0,” “R,” “S,” or “T” require the use of specific MRIs. Where the source code is “J,” always use MRI code “W~3.” Where the source code is “S,” always use MRI code “FAϕ.” Program originators will determine the proper MRI from the headquarters directing the use of source codes “B,” “F,” “N,” ‘‘O,” “R” or “T.” Items supplied in a variety of voltages and configurations. If shipment is to be effected direct to country without mounting in a vehicle or aircraft within CONUS, spell out the required voltage of the item by separate correspondence. No source of supply normally available to MAP. However, in special circumstances, military department assets are made available to meet MAP requirements. Military Assistance Advisory Groups (MAAGs) should not program articles footnote coded “NN” unless previously advised of specific availability and price by the supplying military department(implementing agency). For use by DSCA — Indicates a summary line. Prior authority to program must be obtained by separate correspondence between the MAAG and DSCA. Program by component. This item is listed for program planning only. Refer to appropriate supply manual for determining MASL detail required. For use in processing records in the Republic of Korea Equipment Transfer

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 Attachment 16 MASL REQUEST CHECKLIST FOR AIR FORCE ITEMS

Table A16.1. MASL Request Checklist for Air Force Items MASL REQUEST CHECKLIST FOR AIR FORCE ITEMS Reference DSCA Manual 5105.38-M and DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15. 1. Is the AF prime for the item? If not, contact the appropriate DoD service for MASL establishment. 2. Does the item meet the Significant Military Equipment (SME) criteria in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, C4.4., and United States Munitions List? 3. Which category/paragraph? 4. If item is SME, include RDT&E costs on provided worksheet when checklist is returned. 5. Is the item classified? If yes, to what level? (If the item is classified, the item is at least SME according to ITAR 120.7). 6. Does the item meet the Major Defense Equipment (MDE) criteria, “having a DoD nonrecurring research and development cost for the item of more than $50 million, or a total DoD production cost of more than $200 million,” as cited in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, C4.4., and the DoD 7000.14-R, Volume 15, Chapter 7, paragraph 070305. 7. Is any of the item components currently listed as MDE in DSCA Manual 5105.38-M, Appendix 1? 8. Provide the applicable generic code. 9. Is the item standard or non-standard? 10. Provide the National Stock Number (NSN) if one has been assigned. 11. If an NSN has not been assigned, what Federal Supply Group (FSG) would this item normally fall under? 12. Provide the item noun. 13. Is the item explosive? 14. Provide a description of the item including what the item does (function) and, if available, back up materiel. 15. Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) Code. MTCR identifies lines that contain data elements that could be governed by MTCR regulations. Choose one of the following that apply to the item requested: M – Line item contains MTCR components N – Line item does not contain any MTCR components

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Contact Information of Certified MTCR Reviewer that reviewed this MASL request: Name:___________________________________________________ Contact Info:______________________________________________ Indicate which significant category item falls under: A – Accessory C – Component D – Device

S - System T - Training V - Service

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M - Munitions W - Weapon End Use Monitoring (EUM). This code shall be used to better define which individual MASLs are subject to annual inventory and reporting as part of the enhanced EUM monitoring process. Indicate if item requires routine or enhanced EUM reporting: E – Enhanced R - Routine E-mail completed checklist and the attached NC worksheet to the below offices: [email protected] AFLCMC/WFISB 1822 Van Patton Drive, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433-5337 DSN: 986-1452

CC: SAF/[email protected] SAF/IAPX 1080 Air Force Pentagon Washington DC 20330-1080 DSN: 425-8984 AFLCMC/WFISB will notify requester by E-mail when the MASL has been created.

_____________________________________ (Name of Requester)

_____________________________________ POC at Program Office/Item Manager

_____________________________________ (Org/Office Symbol)

_____________________________________ (Org/Office Symbol)

_____________________________________ (E-mail Address)

_____________________________________ E-mail Address

_____________________________________ (DSN Telephone Number)

_____________________________________ (DSN Telephone Number)

_____________________________________ (Date) If item is SME/MDE, the below is to be completed by a responsible FM office, and coordinated with DSCA, then E-mailed to SAF/IAPX and the AFSAC MASL mailbox. _____ Item is SME, but not MDE _____ Item is MDE.

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AFMCMAN20-2 16 JANUARY 2014 Approved NRC amount is $_____________________________________ MDEL Description:___________________________________________ SAF/FMB Approval Date:______________________________________

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