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BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE

AIR FORCE MANUAL 65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 Financial Management APPROPRIATION SYMBOLS AND BUDGET CODES (FISCAL YEAR 2013)

COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY ACCESSIBILITY: Publications and forms are available for downloading or ordering on the ePublishing website at www.e-publishing.af.mil. RELEASABILITY: There are no releasibility restrictions on this publication. OPR: SAF/FMBMM Supersedes:

AFMAN65-604, 1 October 2011

Certified by: SAF/FMBM (Ms. Judith B. Oliva) Pages: 176

This manual implements AFPD 65-6, Budget. AFMAN 65-604 provides guidance on using current (FY 2013 Appropriations Acts) symbols and budget codes and their descriptions. It serves as a source reference for personnel, both within and outside the financial management community, who are responsible for executing the Air Force Budget, including the Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard. The current listing of Financial Management codes (including future and historical) which are continually updated and maintained are found in the Air Force Financial Management Data Dictionary (FMDD), accessible via the FM Data Quality Service at http://dqs.afbudsys.disa.mil/DataDictionary/ElementChoice. Also see Attachment 1 for a glossary of references, abbreviations, acronyms, and terms. Ensure that all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this publication are maintained in accordance with AFMAN 33-363, Management of Records, and disposed of in accordance with the Air Force Records Disposition Schedule (RDS) located at http://www.my.af.mil/afrims/afrims/afrims/rims.cfm. Addresses: SAF/FMBM, 1130 Air Force Pentagon, Washington DC 20330-1130 SUMMARY OF CHANGES This Fiscal Year 2013 edition continues as AFMAN 65-604. This document has been substantially revised and must be completely reviewed. As an annual publication, it updates all special working symbols the Air Force uses within the Department of Defense (DoD) for each fiscal year. It includes changes to existing codes, new projects within appropriations, and new appropriations. Refer recommended changes and questions to the Office of Primary

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Responsibility (OPR) using the AF IMT 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication; route AF IMT 847s from the field through the appropriate chain of command. Chapter 1—SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

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1.1.

How To Use This Manual: ..................................................................................

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1.2.

How To Read Chapters 2 and 3: .........................................................................

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Chapter 2—SYMBOLS AND CODES

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2.1.

Summary of Appropriation Numbers, Fund Codes, and Titles: ............................

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Table 2.1.

Summary of Appropriation Numbers, Fund Codes, and Titles. ............................

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2.2.

Air Force Appropriations: ...................................................................................

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2.3.

DoD Appropriations: ..........................................................................................

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Chapter 3—CENTRALLY MANAGED OPERATING BUDGET AUTHORITIES (CM OBA) AND ALLOTMENTS (CMA)

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3.1.

Air Force CM OBAs and CMAs: ........................................................................

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3.2.

Centrally Managed Operating Budget Authorities and Allotments: .....................

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Attachment 1—GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION

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Chapter 1 SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS 1.1. How To Use This Manual: 1.1.1. Don't reprint or stock annual codes beyond the year in which they are current. However, if you belong to a comptroller activity, you may refer to previous codes as long as you need to. For pre-FY99 appropriation act symbols and codes, see previous editions of AFMAN 65-604, AFI 65-601V4, and AFR 172-1V IV. 1.1.2. Time Limits for Appropriations: 1.1.2.1. A single-year appropriation (573XXXX and 973XXXX) begins 1 Oct 2012, expires on 30 Sep 2013, and cancels 30 Sep 2018. 1.1.2.2. A two-year appropriation (573/4XXXX and 973/4XXXX), such as RDT&E, begins 1 Oct 2012, expires on 30 Sep 2014, and cancels on 30 Sep 2019. 1.1.2.3. A three-year appropriation (573/5XXXX and 973/5XXXX), such as those for procurement, begins 1 Oct 2012, expires on 30 Sep 2015, and cancels on 30 Sep 2020. 1.1.2.4. Five-year appropriations (573/7XXXX and 973/7XXXX) begin on 1 Oct 2012, expire on 30 Sep 2017, and cancel 30 Sep 2022. 1.1.2.5. A no-year appropriation is designated by an “X” after the Agency two digit prefix, i.e., 57X or 97X, which means there are no time limits on the availability of funds in the appropriation. Funds do not expire, which means they are available until completely expended. However, OMB or the Agency Head may cancel no-year authority provided that the purpose for which the authority was provided has been carried out and there have been no disbursements against the authority for at least two fiscal years. 1.2. How To Read Chapters 2 and 3: 1.2.1. In Chapter 2, Air Force and DoD appropriations appear grouped by appropriation type and in numerical order. Supplemental appropriations that have a unique appropriation symbol follow the primary appropriation. 1.2.2. Each appropriation classification in paragraph 2.1 consists of an agency code, a fiscal year designation, and an appropriation symbol. 1.2.2.1. The first two digits identify the agency code. The Air Force agency code is 57. The DoD agency code is 97. The Navy (including Marine Corps) agency code is 17. The Army agency code is 21. 1.2.2.2. For one-year accounts, the third digit identifies the fiscal year; for example, 5733400 designates the FY 2013 Operation and Maintenance, Air Force, appropriation. For multiyear accounts, the third and fourth digits identify the multiple fiscal years of the appropriation; for example, 573/53010 designates the FY 2013/2015 Aircraft Procurement, Air Force appropriation. No year funding may or may not have a fiscal year after the agency code. For example, BRAC has no fiscal years after the agency codes. BRAC’s fiscal years are determined by the limit. The limit is the 4 digit alpha nurmeric after the treasury symbol.

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 1.2.2.3. The remaining digits (usually four) indicate the appropriation or account. 1.2.3. Each appropriation also has a two-digit fund code, which is identified both in the appropriation summary at paragraph 2.1 and in the detailed listing of codes that follows in Chapter 2. 1.2.4. The individual appropriation listing in paragraph 2.2 includes a brief description of the appropriation or account content. Where applicable, each section also contains the individual program, project and sub-project codes for budget execution. 1.2.5. Chapter 3 identifies the Air Force's centrally managed OBAs and allotments. Look under the funding appropriation in Chapter 2 for the account and subaccount codes used to execute these centrally managed accounts. 1.2.6. Submit recommendations for changes to this manual through command channels to SAF/FMBM, 1130 Air Force Pentagon, Washington DC 20330-1130.

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Chapter 2 SYMBOLS AND CODES 2.1. Summary of Appropriation Numbers, Fund Codes, and Titles: Table 2.1. Summary of Appropriation Numbers, Fund Codes, and Titles. Department 57 O&M

Procurement

Military Construction

Air Force Appropriation

Fund Code

Appropriation Title

Page

5733400

30

Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

13

5733740

54

Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

16

5733840

58

Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

18

Appropriation

Fund Code

Appropriation Title

Page

573/53010

11

Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

19

573/53011

H8

Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force

27

57X3024

3T

Tanker Replacement Transfer Fund

28

573/53020

15

Missile Procurement, Air Force

28

57X3020

F3

Missile Procurement, Air Force, Spectrum Relocation Fund

35

573/53080

17

Other Procurement, Air Force

35

Appropriation

Fund Code

Appropriation Title

Page

573/73300

25

Military Construction, Air Force

42

57X3300

XC

Military Construction, Air Force (No Year)

45

579/33307

RC

Military Construction, Air Force, American Recov. and Reinv. Act

45

579/33834

RD

Military Construction, Air National Guard, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

45

573/73730

57

Military Construction, Air Force

45

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Family Housing

Military Personnel

RDT&E

Appropriation

Military Construction, Air National Guard

Fund Code

Appropriation Title

46 Page

573/70740

3X

Family Housing Construction, Air Force

48

579/30743

RE

Family Housing Construction, Air Force, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

50

5730745

3Y

Family Housing Operation Maintenance, Air Force

50

Appropriation

Fund Code

and

Appropriation Title

Page

5733500

32

Military Personnel, Air Force

57X3500

DK

Military Personnel, Retroactive Stop Loss Special Pay, Air Force

101

5733504

F2

Military Personnel, Air Force. Restricted to DFAS-LI interfund processing.

102

5733700

50

Military Reserve

Force

102

5733850

56

Military Personnel, Air National Guard

115

Appropriation 573/43600

Miscellaneous

53

Appropriation

Fund Code 29 Fund Code

Personnel,

Air

58

Appropriation Title Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force

Page 126

Appropriation Title

Page

5731007

7Q

Medicare-Eligible Retiree Health Fund Contribution, Air Force

Note 3

5731008

5M

Medicare-Eligible Retiree Health Fund Contribution, Air Force Reserve

Note 3

5731009

5S

Medicare-Eligible Retiree Health Fund Contribution, Air National Guard

Note 3

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Department 97 O&M

Defense Health Program

7

57X5095

74

Conservation Programs on Military Reservations, Air Force

134

57X8928

75

Air Force General Gift Fund

134

57-11 1 1082.0003

45

Foreign Military Financing Executive Appropriation (Transfers to Air Force) (ADMINISTRATIVE)

135

57-11X1086

41

International Military Education and Tng (Transfers to Air Force) (No Yr)

141

57-11 1 1081

49

International Military Education and Training (Transfers to Air Force)

142

57-12X1105

2N

State and Private Forestry, Forest Service

144

Defense Appropriation

Fund Code

Appropriation Title

Page

9730100.1102

2M

Defense Agencies Operations and Maintenance, Legacy Resource Program

Note 1

9730100.1202

Z4

Defense Agencies Operations and Maintenance, Office of Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS)

Note 1

9730100.56SF

SC

Operation and Maintenance, U.S. Special Operations Command

145

9730100.6082

2S

Operation and Maintenance, Defense Transition Assistance

Note 1

9730100.6092

2T

Operation and Maintenance, Defense Relocation Assistance

Note 1

9730100.6802

BD

Defense Agencies, Operation and Maintenance, Counter-Terrorism

Note 1

97X0100.6812

AJ

Defense Agencies, Operation and Maintenance, Counter-Terrorism Fellowship Program (No Year)

Note 1

Appropriation Title

Page

Appropriation

Fund Code

973/50130.1873

2F

Defense Health Program, Procurement, Air Force

145

9730130.1883

2X

Defense Health Program, Operations

146

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RDT&E

Procurement

Military Construction

973/40130.1833

AC

Defense Health Program, Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force

146

97X0130.1823

AD

Defense Health Program, No Year Operations and Maintenance, Air Force

146

97X/09 0130.1893

DM

Defense Health Program, Air Force

146

973/40130.18N3

DS

Defense Health Program, RDT&E, Guidance for Development of the Force (GDF)

146

97-36 X 0165.18F3

AT

DoD/VA Joint Health Care Incentive Fund Program

147

Appropriation

Fund Code

Appropriation Title

Page

973/40400.26FF

YK

Chemical/Biological Defense Program (RDT&E)

Note 1

973/40400.1102

5K

RDT&E Defense Agencies

Note 1

973/4400.25FF

YL

Strategic Defense Initiatives (RDT&E)

Note 1

Appropriation

Fund Code

Appropriation Title

Page

973/50300.26FF

YJ

Chem/Biological Defense Prog Program

Note 1

973/50300.1202

YU

Procurement, Defense Agencies – JCS

Note 1

973/50350.0201

YR

Air Force Reserve, Equipment Proc.

147

973/50350.0202

YG

Air National Guard, Equipment Procurement

147

97X0360.1102

D5

Defense Production Act Purchases

Appropriation

Fund Code

Appropriation Title

Note 1 Page

973/70500.0200

84

Military Construction, DOD

148

973/70500.1202

YW

Military Construction, JCS (Sub-

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BRAC

973/70500.1402

YS

Military Construction, Defense Medical Support Activity (Suballocation to the Air Force)

148

979/30501

DF

Military Construction, DefenseWide, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

149

Appropriation

Fund Code

97X0510.1102

Appropriation Title

Page

2R

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part II (BRAC 91) FY92 – FY94

151

97X0510.11A2

HY

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part II (BRAC 91) FY95 Only

151

97X0510.11B2

H7

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part II (BRAC 91) FY96 Only

151

97X0510.11C2

X1

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part II (BRAC 91) FY97 Only

152

97X0510.1632

5F

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part III (BRAC 93) FY94 Only

153

97X0510.16A2

HZ

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part III (BRAC 93) FY95 Only

153

97X0510.16B2

HD

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part III (BRAC 93) FY96 Only

153

97X0510.16C2

X2

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part III (BRAC 93) FY97 Only

153

97X0510.16D2

X8

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part III (BRAC 93) FY98 Only

153

97X0510.16E2

XD

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part III (BRAC 93) FY99 Only

153

97X0510.40B2

HP

Base

154

Realignment

&

Closure

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X3

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY97 Only

154

97X0510.40D2

XK

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY98 Only

154

97X0510.40E2

XE

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY99 Only

155

97X0510.40F2

BP

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY00 Only

155

97X0510.40G2

XG

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY01 Only

155

97X0510.40H2

XH

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY02 Only

155

97X0510.40I2

XJ

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY03 Only

155

97X0510.40J2

XL

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY04 Only

155

97X0510.40K2

XP

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY05 Only

155

97X0510.40L2

XS

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY06 Only

155

97X0510.40M2

XU

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY07 Only

155

97X0510.40N2

XW

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY08 Only

156

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97X0510.40O2

XY

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY09 Only

156

97X0510.40P2

WC

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV (BRAC 95) FY10 Only

156

97X0510.40Q2

WE

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV NonGlobal Posture (BRAC 95) FY11 Only

156

97X0510.40R2

WK

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV NonGlobal Posture (BRAC 95) FY12 Only

156

97X0510.40S2

VT

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part IV Non_Global Posture (BRAC 95) FY13 Only.

156

97X0512.50A2

XQ

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part V NonGlobal Posture (FY 2006) Air Force

156

97X0512.50B2

XV

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part V NonGlobal Posture (FY 2007) Air Force

157

97X0512.50C2

XX

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part V NonGlobal Posture (FY2008) Air Force

157

97X0512.50D2

XZ

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part V NonGlobal Posture (FY 2009) Air Force

157

97X0512.50E2

WD

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part V NonGlobal Posture (FY2010) Air Force

157

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97X0512.50F2

WF

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part V NonGlobal Posture (FY2011) Air Force

157

97X0512.50G2

WL

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part V NonGlobal Posture (FY2012) Air Force

157

97X0512.50H2

VU

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part V NonGlobal Posture (FY2013) Air Force

157

97X0512.50AK

XT

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Part V, Defense Security Services (FY 2006)

160

97X0512.52CQ

DA

BRAC 2005

160

97X0512.50FK

WH

Base Realignment & Closure Account, Defense, Defense Security Services (FY2011)

160

Appropriation

Fund Code

Appropriation Title

Page

9730100.3602

B1

WHS, Civilian Military Program, Air Force, DoD Starbase Pilot Program

Note 1

9730100.6402

CB

Pentium Server

Note 1

9730111.6186

ED

DoD Acquisition Workforce Development Fund, Air Force, 1year

160

97X4930

Various

Air Force Working Capital Fund (AFWCF)

160

97X4965.2002

5N

Defense Emergency Response Fund (Dormant)

163

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97X5188.5700

K1

Revenue from Transfer or Disposal of DoD Real Property

164

97X5189.5700

K2

Revenue from Leasing DoD Assets

164

97X5193.5700

D7

DoD Overseas Military Facility Investment Recovery Account, Defense

164

9711X8242.0002

4F

Foreign Military Sales Trust Fund (Case – Direct)

164

9711X8242.00R2

4E

Foreign Military Sales Trust Fund (Case – Reimbursable)

165

9711X8242.AL62

4A

Foreign Military Sales Trust Fund (Administrative)

165

Note 1: Funding for these DoD appropriations is issued directly to the MAJCOMs. Note 2: These DoD appropriations are managed by DFAS-CL/JFR at DSN 580-6072. Note 3: The FY05 NDAA transferred ownership of the Defense Health Program (DHP) – Medical-Eligible Health Care (MERHC) Accrual account to the Department of the Treasury. As of FY06, the Department of the Treasury began making one annual payment, based on AF estimates. 2.2. Air Force Appropriations: Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Fund Appropriation Code 5733400 30

Description OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE APPROPRIATION.

DoD Financial Management Regulation, Volume 2A, Chapter 1 prohibits use of O&M funds for the purchase or replacement of an investment item, which costs equal to or greater than $250,000. Therefore, budget activities include items which cost less than $250,000; but for equipment items that are subject to centralized item management and asset control, investment funds must be used regardless of unit cost. BUDGET ACTIVITY 01: OPERATING FORCES. This budget activity consists of three activity groups: Air Operations; Combat Related Operations; and Space Operations.

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The Air Operations activity group includes overall support for all fighter and bomber forces, remotely piloted aircraft, intercontinental ballistic missiles, air launched strategic and tactical missiles as well as support ranges, command and base support personnel and activities. In addition it includes the Airborne Warning and Control aircraft (AWACS), Dissimilar Air Combat Training (DACT) aircraft, Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center (AFOTEC), Chemical and Biological Defense activities, Tactical Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare, Tactical Intelligence and Special Activities, Joint Deployment Agency (JDA), counterdrug operations and the Joint Communications Support Element (JCSE). The Combat Related Operations activity group comprises the support element for combat forces and employs a wide range of assets to accomplish a myriad of missions. These forces are support by the Strategic Offensive C3I, the National Military Command Center (NMCC), the National Airborne Operations Center (NAOC) and the Minimum Essential Emergency Communications Network (MEECN). The remaining efforts are in the areas of communication links and other technical support. The Space Operations Forces activity group consists of assets and force structure to provide the capability to launch payloads into various earth orbits, communicate with these space based platforms, and worldwide network of sites and terminals to relay data gathered by satellite constellations. Other programs include personnel and infrastructure support for the manpower and facilities used to execute these missions. The Combatant Commands (COCOM) activity group supports COCOM direct missions, operation and administration to provide for the functional combatant capability and geographic worldwide mobility of United States forces. This funding is critical to defending the homeland and deterring foreign adversaries by executing the National Security Strategy and National Military Strategy of the United States. BUDGET ACTIVITY 02: MOBILIZATION. The Mobilization budget activity consists of the following mission areas: Airlift Operations; Airlift Operations Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence (C3I); Mobilization Preparedness; Payment to the Transportation Business Area; and Base Support elements. The Airlift Operations mission area supports the day-to-day mission activity of Mobility Operations; e.g., Tactical Airlift, Air Refueling, and Operational Support Airlift for the movement of personnel and cargo. It also supports Headquarters Air Mobility Command, its detachments, and other numbered Air Force headquarters. This support includes administrative support necessary in managing the peacetime logistics mission as well as training and preparing airlift forces to meet wartime objectives. The Airlift Operations C3I mission area supports the core of Mobility Operations through the provision of Air Mobility Command (AMC) Command and Control systems. These systems provide the capability to direct and control airlift and aircrew forces for worldwide deployment and provide in transit visibility of cargo and passengers; generate billing data; provide for deliberate planning, analysis, and modeling; and provide for software maintenance and personnel to operate current systems including the Global Decision Support System (GDSS). The Mobilization Preparedness mission area supports Mobility Operations with the capability to sustain crisis situations through the provision and pre-positioning of War Readiness Materials (WRM). It includes manpower authorizations, peculiar support equipment, facilities, and the

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associated costs specifically identified and measurable for the procurement and maintenance of equipment or secondary items within the war reserve stockpile. In addition, it supports the medical wartime mission through contingency hospitals located outside the continental United States. Payment to the Transportation Business Area represents funding to meet TWCF transportation costs not covered in the rate structure. Base Support provides personnel support functions and the base infrastructure and fulfills a broad range of essential needs to sustain mission capability, quality of life, workforce productivity, and the preservation of physical plant structure. BUDGET ACTIVITY 03: TRAINING AND RECRUITING. The Training and Recruiting Budget Activity consists of three activity groups: Accession Training; Basic Skills and Advanced Training; and Recruiting and Other Training and Education. The Accession Training activity group produces the enlisted and officer personnel needed to meet total force requirements. This training provides an effective, efficient military indoctrination program that facilitates a smooth transition from civilian life to the military environment. Officer accessions receive indoctrination training through the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC), Officer Training School (OTS), and Airman Education and Commissioning Program (AECP). Enlisted accessions receive indoctrination training through Basic Military Training (BMT). Also provides personnel support functions and fulfills a broad range of essential needs to sustain mission capability, quality of life, workforce productivity, and the preservation of the physical plant. Basic Skills and Advanced Training provides Air Force personnel and individuals of other Services training and education essential to operate, maintain, and manage complex Air Force weapon systems and associated support structure. Programs cover initial and follow-on technical skills progression training, undergraduate flying training, professional military education, specialized professional development, expeditionary skills training and education, and related training support. Most follow-on specialized and skill progression training is conducted at technical training centers or through distributed learning venues. Some training, however, is at civilian educational institutions and contractor facilities. Training and education capabilities also support partner nation international students. Also provides personnel support functions and fulfills a broad range of essential needs to sustain mission capability, quality of life, workforce productivity, and the preservation of the physical plant. Recruiting and Other Training and Education includes total force personnel acquisition marketing and operations, voluntary education programs for active duty, language and culture training leadership and professional development programs, and the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. BUDGET ACTIVITY 04: ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES. The Administration and Servicewide Budget Activities consists of four activity groups: Logistic Operations; Servicewide Support (Administration); Security Programs; and Support to Other Nations.

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The Logistic Operations activity group includes Depot Maintenance, Engineering and Installation Support, Acquisition and Combat Support, Second Destination Transportation, and the Defense Courier Division at Air Force Materiel Command installations. Also provides personnel support functions and fulfills a broad range of essential needs to sustain mission capability, quality of life, workforce productivity, and the preservation of the physical plant. The Servicewide Activities activity group cuts across the entire Air Force to ensure combat capability and maintain readiness, effective leadership, efficient management, and adequate support to Air Force units and personnel in diverse geographic locations. Also provides personnel support functions and fulfills a broad range of essential needs to sustain mission capability, quality of life, workforce productivity, and the preservation of the physical plant. The Security Program activity group includes the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) and a series of classified programs. AFOSI protects Air Force resources through specialized investigative support and has a major investigative role in the DoD counterdrug program. The Support to Other Nations activity group includes security assistance, humanitarian assistance, U.S. participation in international and multinational activities, the United States share of support to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), North Atlantic Treaty Organization Airborne Early Warning and Control (NATO AEW&C) Program, and other international headquarters support. AETC TDY TO SCHOOL: Direct any questions to HQ AETC/FMAT, 1851 1 st Street, Suite 1, Randolph AFB TX 78150-4751, DSN 487-2622. **9910

ADVANCED PAYMENTS. Covers advance payments to contractors and industrial fund activities-less recoupments (see DFAS-DE 7077.2-M).

**9940

PROGRESS PAYMENTS. Covers progress payments to contractors--less liquidations properly chargeable to other budget accounts (see DFAS-DE 7077.2-M).

099300

APPROPRIATION REFUNDS ON TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS AND THINGS.

Provides for: (1) collecting refunds properly creditable to this appropriation not identifiable to the subsidiary classification. (2) repaying refunds collected in error. NOTE: Used only by: (1) DFAS-IN, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis IN 46249-0001. (2) DFAS-IN, OAC 45, ADSN 380100. Fund Appropriation Code

Description

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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE.

For expenses not otherwise provided for, necessary for the operation and maintenance, including training, organization, and administration, of the Air Force Reserve; repair of facilities and equipment; hire of passenger motor vehicles; travel and transportation; care of the dead (except for those expenses paid by DFAS, citing AF O&M funds per AFI 34-242 Mortuary Affairs Program ); recruiting; procurement of services, supplies, and equipment; and communications. BUDGET ACTIVITY (BA): 01

Operating Forces:

Provides for the operation and training of all Air Force Reserve units. Activities supported include aircraft operations, ground training, base level aircraft maintenance, maintenance of other equipment, supply activities, security for Air Force Reserve resources, Real Property Maintenance Activities (RPMA), Base Operating Support (BOS), and Nuclear Biological/Chemical Defense Program (CWDE). Includes funds for civilian personnel services and benefits, including reimbursement of bank charges for personnel participating in direct deposit of pay; travel and transportation expenses of military and civilian personnel; transportation of material; rental of automated data processing equipment; communications services and maintenance of equipment including vehicles; for purchase of supplies, equipment, and services from Supply and Depot Maintenance Business Activities of the Air Force Working Capital Fund (AFWCF) and from commercial sources. Includes funds for expenses of field training exercises and maneuvers. Also provides for funds from which the Air Force Reserve can reimburse the Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group – Maintenance (CSAG-Mx) for depot-level maintenance including corrective maintenance of aircraft, equipment, and accessories, electronic and communications equipment, vehicles, and other equipment. The use of CSAG-Mx includes depot-level maintenance, aircraft overhaul, reclamation, manufacture, assembly and disassembly, inspection, testing, sustaining engineering, maintenance, and updates. 04

Administration and Service Wide Activities:

The command function of Air Force Reserve, the administrative activities of the Air Reserve Personnel Center, recruiting, audio visual, and other base support not included in the Operating Force activity require this program. Includes funds for civilian personnel service and benefits, including reimbursement of bank charges for personnel participating in direct deposit of pay and other nonpersonnel type expenses as identified in BAC 01. NOTE: Budget activities consist of groupings of program elements listed below. A complete listing of program elements and definitions are located in the Financial Management Data Dictionary. SAF/FMB updates the listing below as new program elements are authorized for use.

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BA 01

BA 01 -- Contains program elements: 51127F, 51138F, 51189F, 51312F, 51314F, 51421F, 51422F, 51720F, 52212F, 52290F, 52576F. 52578F, 52633F, 52715F, 52716F, 52717F, 52719F, 52721F, 52735F, 52834F, 52989F, 53011F, 53012F, 53098F, 53109F, 53120F, 53121F, 53122F, 53124F, 53125F, 53126F, 53128F, 53129F, 53134F, 53313F, 53314F, 53805F, 53889F, 54210F, 54212F, 54214F, 54216F, 54217F, 54218F, 54219F, 54313F, 54324F, 54343F, 55166F, 55219F, 55356F, 55376F, 55378F, 55395F, 55396F, 55889F, 55953F, 55954F, 55969F, 55979F, 56807F, 57111F, 57114F, 57115F, 57169F, 58093F, 58159F, 58161F, 58162F, 58163F, 58166F, 58167F, 58211F, 58212F, 58213F, 58789F, 59313F, 59314F, 59393F, and 59397F.

BA 04

BA 04 -- Contains program elements: 52798F, 54498F, 56806F, 58160F, 58168F, 58190F, 59118F, 59330F, 59392F, and 59398F.

Fund Appropriation Code 5733840 58

Description OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD APPROPRIATION.

BUDGET ACTIVITY (BA): 01 Operating Forces. Provides for the operation and training of all Air Force Reserve units. Activities supported include aircraft operations, ground training, base level aircraft maintenance, maintenance of other equipment, supply activities, security for Air Force Reserve resources, Facilities, Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization (FSRM), Base Operating Support (BOS), and Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Explosive (CBRNE). Includes funds for civilian personnel services and benefits, including reimbursement of bank charges for personnel participating in direct deposit of pay; travel and transportation expenses of military and civilian personnel; transportation of material; rental of automated data processing equipment; communications services and maintenance of equipment including vehicles; for purchase of supplies, equipment, and services from the Air Force Working Capital Fund (AFWCF) and from commercial sources. Includes funds for expenses of field training exercises and maneuvers. Also provides for funds from which the Air Force Reserve can reimburse the Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group – Maintenance (CSAG-M) for depot level maintenance including corrective maintenance of aircraft, equipment, and accessories, electronic and communications equipment, vehicles, and other equipment. The use of CSAG-M includes depot level maintenance, aircraft overhaul, reclamation, manufacture, assembly and disassembly, inspection, testing, sustaining engineering, maintenance, and updates 04 Administration and Service Wide Activities. The command function of Air Force Reserve, the administrative activities of the Air Reserve Personnel Center, recruiting, audio visual, and other base support not included in the Operating Force activity require this program. Includes funds for civilian personnel service and benefits, including reimbursement of bank charges for personnel participating in direct deposit of pay and other non-personnel type expenses as identified in BA 01.

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NOTE: Budget activities consist of groupings of program elements listed below. A complete listing of program elements and definitions are in the Financial Management Data Dictionary (FMDD). The following PECs are identified in the FMDD at: http://afdd2008.afbudsys.disa.mil/DataDictionary/ElementChoice BA 01 Contains program elements: 51138F, 51216F, 51217F, 51305F, 51311F, 51411F, 51628F, 51629F, 51721F, 52276F, 52278F, 52581F, 52608F, 52609F, 52620F, 52625F, 52632F, 52634F, 52642F, 52671F, 52672F, 52738F, 52844F, 52886F, 52887F, 52888F, 52889F, 53056F, 53110F, 53111F, 53112F, 53114F, 53115F, 53116F, 53117F, 53119F, 53130F, 53218F, 53219F, 53220F, 54119F, 54120F, 54121F, 54123F, 54314F, 54332F, 55165F, 55167F, 55208F, 55256F, 55296F, 55393F, 55853F, 55854F, 55879F, 55889F, 57112F, 57440F, 58036F, 58093F, 58151F, 58152F, 58153F, 58221F, 58222F, 58520F, 58534F, 58540F, 58542F, 58550F, 58789F, 58790F, 59220F, 59297F, B8048F. BA 04 Contains program elements: 58150F, 58154F, and 59298F. 993

APPROPRIATION REFUNDS ON TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS AND THINGS.

For collection of refunds unidentifiable with this subsidiary accounting classification of the source appropriation and for repayments of refunds collected in error. Restricted for use by DFAS-IN, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis IN 46249-0001. NOTE: Repayments administered by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Denver CO 80279-5000-OAC 45, ADSN 380100. 995

ADVANCE PAYMENTS.

Covers advances provided state agencies for the management, maintenance, security, and operation of facilities used in training of ANG personnel. Procurement Appropriation 573/53010

Fund Code 11

Description AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE.

This appropriation provides for fabricating and procuring: (1) aircraft weapon systems to include UAVs and aerial targets. (2) modifications. (3) aircraft common support equipment. (4) aircraft industrial responsiveness. (5) spares and repair parts. (6) war consumables. (7) miscellaneous aircraft requirements. (8) special purpose ADPE. (9) predelivery fuel. (10) simulators and training devices. (11) program management administration requirements. (12) first destination transportation (FDT). It excludes:

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 (1) procuring of Air Force Supply Business Activity items (except from the Supply Business Activity). (2) base procurement. AVPOL (except predelivery fuel). Budget Activity (BA) Structure: 01 Combat Aircraft 02 Airlift Aircraft 03 Trainer Aircraft 04 Other Aircraft 05 Modification of In-service Aircraft 06 Aircraft Spares and Repair Parts 07 Aircraft Support Equipment and Facilities

100000

AIRCRAFT WEAPON SYSTEM.

This program provides for fabricating and procuring complete aircraft, including: (1) flyaway costs. (2) advance procurement. (Use EEIC 808** for advanced procurement). (3) Initial Aircraft Support Equipment (common or peculiar). (4) training devices (for example, aircraft simulators for in-production aircraft). (5) technical data and handbooks procured with end item. (6) product improvement aircraft structural integrity in accordance with this directive. (7) interim contractor support generated by new acquisitions until the date specified in the acquisition program baseline. (8) predelivery fuel. (9) program management administration (PMA) requirement. (10) primary and alternate mission equipment. It excludes: Labor and expense material for work performed below or at depot level for modification of major end items of equipment except for modernization of equipment. 10****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 110000

MODIFICATIONS.

This program provides for: (1) permanent (P) and Permanent Safety (PS) modifications of: (a) in-service aircraft. (b) aircraft peculiar and common support equipment. (c) simulator and training equipment (aircraft), whether driven by an aircraft modification or by a requirement to modify the simulator. (d) components. (2) procuring, under Headquarters Air Force (HAF) approved and directed modernization and maintenance programs:

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(a) modification kits and special tools. (b) concurrent replacement of equipment taken from stock. (c) peculiar ground support equipment (GSE) required because of changes to configuration as a result of a modification. (d) revised technical data and handbooks. (e) new software or software changes as a result of hardware changes. (3) modifying in-inventory components. (4) engineering data. (5) cost of updating changes to retrofit previously delivered aircraft and related equipment approved before or as a result of test programs (AFI 99-103, Capabilities Based Test and Evaluation and AFI 65-601V1, Chapter 14, Budget Guidance and Procedures). (6) modifications to depot plant investment equipment items. (7) fuel used for predelivery test of trial installations. (8) modification installation costs for production kits including labor and expense materiel costs. (9) PMA requirement - Excludes the cost of common production steps and common expense materiel when performed in conjunction with maintenance (either depot or organizational). 11****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 120000

AIRCRAFT COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

Budget Program 120000 (BP12) funds for replacement of organizational and intermediate level support equipment (common and peculiar) for all out-of-production aircraft. Common (nonpeculiar) organizational and intermediate level support equipment required as a result of modifications to out-of-production aircraft is procured with BP12 funds. The following chart shows the source of funding for aircraft support equipment: ORGANIZATIONAL & INTERMEDIATE LEVEL BP10

BP11

BP12

BP13

BP19

X

X

DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL O&M FUNDS (DWCF)

Initial Peculiar to Weapon System Common

X X

X X

Replacement and Modification – Out of Production Aircraft Peculiar to Weapon System X Common X

X X

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DEPOT Initial Peculiar to New Weapon System Common

X X

X X

X X

X X

Replacement Peculiar to New Weapon System Common

X X

Note 1. When in sustainment, the depot support equipment will be procured by the applicable program office unless the support equipment is for Organic Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group – Maintenance (CSAG-Mx). Note 2. Aircraft Automatic Test Systems equipment is procured with aircraft procurement funds regardless of unit cost. All other aircraft support equipment with unit cost below the threshold will be procured with O&M funds. Support equipment with a unit cost above the threshold is procured with aircraft procurement funds. 12****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 130000

POST-PRODUCTION CHARGES.

This program provides, for aircraft that have completed delivery, the following: (1) production line close down costs. (2) deferred support equipment (initial peculiar and common). (3) interim contractor support (until the date specified in the acquisition program baseline). (4) procurement related contractor support. (5) program management administration requirements. (6) initial procurement or replacement of aircraft flight simulators and flight crew or maintenance training devices and their initial support equipment for out of production aircraft. (7) newly designated, increased requirement for, or replacement of, Primary Mission Equipment. (8) procure additional quantities of support equipment in support of force structure changes that increase the number of bases requiring support equipment during the post production period of the weapon system (e.g. conversion of active to guard/reserve forces). (9) the procurement of investment type replenishment spares and repair parts which are exempt from the AF Working Capital Fund, Supply Division. 13****

Budget Program.

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Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****.

140000

AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL RESPONSIVENESS.

This program provides for capital type rehabilitation, necessary real property maintenance and improvements, and compliance with environmental and energy requirements for government-owned, contractor-operated aircraft industrial facilities. This program also funds aircraft industrial productivity and responsiveness improvement efforts, which includes industrial base Technology Modernization (an incentive effort to stimulate private capital investment) and industrial base program planning, which supports studies and analyses to ensure the industrial base can produce in peacetime and accelerate to meet critical needs during wartime. 14****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 150000

(NOT CURRENTLY IN USE).

160000

AIRCRAFT INITIAL SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS.

This program provides for procuring investment type initial spares and repair parts required to support: (1) new aircraft being procured. (2) additional end items to the inventory. (3) the modification (BP 1100) and modernization program. (4) updating changes. (5) common ground support equipment (BP 1200). (6) simulators and training devices. (7) provisioning documentation. (8) initial spares and repair parts for other production (BP1900) buys. (9) whole spare engines and engine modules. (10) Readiness Spares Package (RSP) requirements tied to new acquisition (i.e., new systems, modifications, support equipment and miscellaneous production) or mission changes. Budget as initial spares investment items whose pipelines must be increased because of increased quantity of aircraft being procured. Initial spares managed by the Supply Business Activity require special budgeting considerations. Funds are required to reimburse the Supply Business Activity purchase of initial spares upon receipt or scheduled receipt of the ordered items for WCF items. For obligations by the Supply Business Activity, the standard reimbursement pattern is year 1, 2.9%; year 2, 17.0%; year 3, 32.6%; year 4, 23.8%; year 5, 23.7%. A program unique profile may be used after approval by SAF/AQXRF and SAF/FMBIZ. For non-WCF items, initial spares funds must be obligated at the time the aircraft is placed on order (full funding policy). 16****

Budget Program.

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Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****.

170000

WAR CONSUMABLES.

This program provides for procuring war consumable equipment, which will provide additional wartime support needed, if there are hostilities, to sustain operations until expanded production provides the required level of support. Included in this program are auxiliary fuel tanks, missile launchers, pylons, ejector racks, decoys, and adapters consumed during wartime and peacetime operations. The initial complement of this equipment (normally installed equipment) for a new weapon system will be procured with BP1000 funds as an integral part of the weapon system buy. This makes the weapon system complete and usable when accepted by the Air Force. If, after production is complete, you discover a shortfall in this equipment, you should attempt to satisfy any existing initial equipage shortfall through the System Program Office (SPO). If, for some justifiable reason, the SPO is unable to satisfy this shortfall after production completion, consider the BP1700 line as the source of last resort. Do not consider the BP1700 line as the funding safety net for requirements erroneously perceived by some as less than critical to the initial buy of a weapon system. 17****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 180000

PROCUREMENT OTHER THAN AIR FORCE.

This program provides for procurement, as defined in other budget programs in this appropriation, which requires the Air Force to make by designation or agreement for other agencies on a reimbursable basis. It also includes replacement authority for Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) to replace inventory shipped to reimbursable customers (replacement-in-kind transactions only). It includes: (1) total aircraft weapon system cost. (2) aeronautical vehicle. (3) training equipment. (4) peculiar AGE. (5) data. (6) advance buy. (7) modification. (8) common AGE. (9) initial and replenishment spares and repair parts. (10) war consumables. 18****

PROCUREMENT OTHER THAN AIR FORCE.

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 181***

Aircraft Weapon System.

182***

Modifications.

183***

Ground Support Equipment.

185***

Aircraft Industrial Facilities.

186***

Replenishment Spares.

187***

Initial Spares.

188***

War Consumables.

189***

Other Charges.

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An alphanumeric fourth digit of a BPAC code for an item will be a 1 to indicate FMS or a 9 to indicate non-FMS, a 6 to indicate replenishment authority resulting from FMS sales, or a 7 to indicate replenishment authority resulting from non-FMS sales. The assigned MAJCOM or base uses the last two alphanumeric digits from the following list, to identify the supported system. (When a code doesn't require an item specification, use 00). XX Weapon System Designator 01 AU-23 02 A-X 03 A-1 (All Series) 04 A-7 All Series) 05 A-10 06 A-26A 07 A-37 08 OV-10A 09 B-26 (All Series) 10 B-52 (All Series) 11 B-57 (All Series) 12 B-66 (All Series) 13 AMSA 14 FB-111 15 C-47 (All Series) 16 C-54 (All Series) 17 C-97 (All Series) 18 C-121 (All Series) 19 C-118 (All Series) 20 DC-6B 21 C-119 (All Series) 22 C-123 (All Series) 23 C-130 (All Series) 24 C-131 (All Series) 25 C-135 (All Series)

49 F-X 50 F-15 (All Series) 51 F-16 (All Series) 52 T-X 53 TR-1 54 H-1 (All Series) 55 HH-3E 56 H-3 (All Series) 57 H-13 (All Series) 58 H-19 (All Series) 59 H-21 (All Series) 60 H-23 (All Series) 61 H-34 (All Series) 62 H-43 (All Series) 63 HH-53 (All Series) 64 H-X 65 CH-47 66 T-41 (All Series) 67 T-6 (All Series) 68 T-28 (All Series) 69 T-29 (All Series) 70 T-33 (All Series) 71 T-34 (All Series) 72 T-37 (All Series) 73 T-38 (All Series)

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 26 C-10 (All Series) 27 C-137 (All Series) 28 C-140 (All Series) 29 C-141 (All Series) 30 CX-2 31 C-5A 32 C-7A 33 C-8A 34 E-3A 37 F-100 (All Series) 38 F-101 (All Series) 39 RF-4E 40 RF-5A 41 F-102 (All Series) 42 F-104 (All Series) 43 F-105 (All Series) 44 F-106 (All Series) 45 F-111 (All Series) 46 F-4 (All Series) 47 F-5 (All Series) 48 F-12 (All Series) ALPHA: CO E-4 OA XV-4A OB Other Items and Related Codes OC E-4 FF F-100 Engine TO Common Trailer ZO Common Aircraft B-1 B-2 C-5B C-12 C-17 C-18 C-21

190000

74 T-39 (All Series) 75 U-1 (All Series) 76 U-3 (All Series) 77 U-4 (All Series) 78 U-6 (All Series) 79 U-7 (All Series) 80 U-10 (All Series) 81 U-16 (All Series) 82 U-17 (All Series) 83 0-1 (All Series) 84 0-2 (All Series) 85 CL-44A 86 G-159 87 Cessna 180 88 VC-6A 89 C-4 90 C-9A 92 RV-X 93 X-15A 94 YQU-22 (All Series) 98 C-X 99 T-39 Type C-22 C-23 C-25 C-26 C-27 C-37 E-3 E-8 E-9 KC-46A SR-71 T-1

MISCELLANEOUS PRODUCTION CHARGES.

This program provides for items, which (1) are not directly related to other procurement line items in this appropriation. (2) cannot be reasonably allocated and charged to other procurement line items in this appropriation. (3) can be managed as separate end items. (4) contains certain classified programs.

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(5) are alternate mission equipment, not considered a modification, for out of production systems. 19CECM

COMMON ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES EQUIPMENT.

This program follows the same criteria as for Other Production Charges, but is limited to electronic countermeasures and related support equipment. Examples are the ALQ 184 used for multiple systems and the ALQ-99 TJS that is related to a single system. 19RCON

AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE.

This program provides centralized funding for multi-Service and Air Force requirements to field future airborne reconnaissance systems. Use BPAC 19 DARP for these programs funded in FY96 and prior. 19UPAD This program provides an accounting of reprogramming to pay legitimate upward adjustments against canceled aircraft/procurement appropriations. 19****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code. 993000

APPROPRIATION REFUNDS ON TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS AND THINGS.

This program provides for: (1) Collecting refunds properly creditable to this appropriation but not identifiable to the subsidiary classification. (2) Repaying of refunds collected in error. NOTE: Used only by: (a) DFAS-IN, Ft Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis IN 46249-0001 (b) DFAS-IN, OAC 45, ADSN 380100. 994000

PROGRESS PAYMENTS.

Covers progress payments to contractors--less liquidations properly chargeable to other budget accounts (see DFAS-DE 7077.2-M, Section 19). 996000

APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENTS.

This program provides for accumulating reimbursements to this appropriation.

Appropriation 573/53011

Fund Code H8

Description PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE.

Budget Activity (BA) Structure:

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35****

BUDGET PROGRAM.

35****

PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE.

35101*

Rockets.

35201*

Cartridges.

35301*

Practice Bombs.

35302*

General Purpose Bombs.

35352*

Sensor Fused Weapon.

35362*

Joint Direct Attack Munition.

35363*

Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser (FY07 & Prior Years).

35510*

CAD PAD.

35545*

Explosive Ordnance Disposal.

35590*

Spares and Repair Parts.

35597*

Modifications Less than $5M.

35599*

Items Less than $5M (Other Items).

35601*

Flares.

35612*

Fuzes.

35701*

Small Arms.

HAF assigns an alphanumeric sixth digit of a BPAC code for an item on the Procurement Authorization (PA) or Budget Authorization (BA). The 3011 Appropriation, Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force, also referred to as BP35, provides for procuring direct and indirect munitions and related equipment (except guided missile warheads). BP 35 includes rockets, cartridges, practice bombs, general-purpose bombs, Spares and Repair Parts, modifications, flares, small arms and other miscellaneous items. Items included in the miscellaneous category include grenades nuclear trainers, etc. 36****

REIMBURSEMENT.

Fund Appropriation Code Description 57X3024

3T

Tanker Replacement Transfer Fund.

This appropriation is a no-year transfer account, which does not have any obligation authority. This account replaces 57X3013 National Defense Airlift Fund (FY00 only). Fund Appropriation Code Description

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 573/53020

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MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE.

This appropriation provides for fabricating and procuring: (1) missile weapon systems. (2) operational space systems. (3) modifications, modernization, retrofit, and update. (4) spares and repair parts. (5) war consumables. (6) missile industrial responsiveness. (7) miscellaneous missile requirements. (8) site activation. (9) hardware and site activation for Minuteman force modernization. (10) technical data. (11) special purpose ADPE. (12) launch vehicles. (13) program management administration requirements. (14) first destination transportation (FDT). It excludes: (1) procuring Air Force Supply Business Activity items (except from the Supply Business Activity). (2) base procurement. (3) contract technical services (see AFI 21-110, Engineering and Technical Services Management and Control). (4) engine component improvement (moved to RDT&E). (5) missile launchers installed on aircraft (moved to Aircraft Procurement Account). (6) munitions moved to 3011 in FY98. Budget Activity (BA) Structure: 01 Ballistic Missiles 02 Other Missiles 03 Modification of In-service Missiles 04 Missile Spares and Repair Parts 05 Other Missiles Support 200000

MISSILE WEAPON SYSTEM.

This program provides for fabricating and procuring complete missiles, drones, and guided rockets, including: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)

flyaway costs. advance procurement. (Use EEIC 808** for advance procurement. ). direct ground support equipment. training equipment and devices. remote vehicles, procured separately. site activation. technical data.

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 (8) depot tools and test equipment. (9) Minuteman force modernization. (10) program management administration (PMA) requirements.

It excludes out-of-production missile systems; also excludes labor and expense material for work performed below or at depot level for modification or major end items of equipment except for modernization of equipment. 20****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 210000

MODIFICATION.

This program provides for: (1) Permanent (P) and Permanent Safety P(S): (a) missile weapon systems. (b) direct ground support equipment. (c) training equipment (missile). (2) procuring, under HAF-approved and directed modification or maintenance programs: (a) modification kits and special tools. (b) concurrently replacing equipment taken from stock. (c) peculiar ground support equipment (GSE). (d) revised technical data and handbooks. (3) kit installation labor costs. (4) modifying in-inventory components. (5) engineering data. (6) processing costs of equipment entering and leaving a modernization facility. (7) modifications to depot plant investment equipment items. (8) cost of updating changes to retrofit previously delivered missiles and related equipment approved before or as a result of test programs (AFI 99-103 and AFI 65601V1, Chapter 14). (9) modification installation costs for production kits. (10) PMA requirements. 21****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 220000

MISSILE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.

Budget Program 220000 (BP22) funds for replacement of organizational and intermediate level support equipment for all out-of-production missile systems. This budget program funds replacement inert and dummy training (D-1 through D-5 and T-1 through T-5) missiles for outof-production assets. Common support equipment as a result of modifications to out-ofproduction missiles is procured with BP22 funds. The following chart shows the source of funding for missile support equipment:

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 ORGANIZATIONAL & INTERMEDIATE LEVEL BP20

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BP21

BP22

DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FUND (DWCF)

Initial Peculiar Common Replacement Peculiar Common

X X

X

X X

DEPOT Initial Peculiar Common

X X

X X

Replacement Peculiar Common

X X

*FOR MODIFICATION TO OUT-OF-PRODUCTION MISSILES ONLY. 22****

Budget Program.

This Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) will be completed as follows: At all activity levels, the third digit represents the Force Management Code and will be numeric (1 for ballistic systems or 2 for tactical and other systems). At HAF and MAJCOM level, the next three digits (4th, 5th, and 6th fields) will be filled with capital "X." At field activity levels, complete these three digits (4th, 5th, and 6th fields) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the XXXs as follows: use 4th and 5th numeric digits from the list that follows. They are to be used to identify the system being supported. 00 indicates no item specification is required. The 6th field can be alpha or numeric and will reflect missile series identification. 0 indicates no specification, 8 indicates classified and use 9 for equipment common to several systems or no further detail as to specific management code is required. Z will indicate multiple applications within a weapon system. Weapon System Designator (4th and 5th field) 221***

Ballistic Missiles. 07 LGM-25 Titan 18 LGM-118 Peacekeeper

222***

33 LGM-30 Minuteman 34 MGM-134 SICBM

Tactical and Other Missiles. 01 M-1 MB-1 02 AIM-47 03 BGM-109 GLCM 04 AGM-78 Standard ARM 05 AGM-88 HARM

21 AIM-9 Sidewinder 22 AGM-129A Advanced Cruise Missile 23 AGM-84 Harpoon 24 TBD 25 Rapier

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 06 AGM-86 ALCM 08 AIM-4 Super Falcon 09 MGM-13 Quail 10 AIM-120 AMRAAM 11 AGM-12 Bullpup 12 CIM-10 Bomark 13 AGM-45 Shrike 14 ASAT 16 M-16 17 AGM-131A SRAM II 19 AGM-65 Maverick 42 AGM-37 43 AGM-142 HAVE NAP

230000

26 AIM-7 Sparrow 27 PROG 726 28 AGM-79 29 BQM-34 Firebee 30 AGM-130 Powered GBU-15 31 AGM-28 32 M-76 15 MQM-33 39 Stinger 40 AGM-69 SRAM 20 ADM-20 99 OTHER (see last digit)

SPACE PROGRAMS.

This program provides for fabricating, procuring, modernization retrofit and modification of standard space launch vehicles, stage vehicles, and spacecraft. It also includes associated ground support equipment and PMA requirements. 23****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 240000

MISSILE INDUSTRIAL RESPONSIVENESS.

This program provides for capital type rehabilitation, necessary real property maintenance and improvements, and compliance with environmental and energy requirements for Air Force-owned, contractor-operated missile industrial facilities. Also included is the Manufacturing Technology program that establishes and validates improved missile manufacturing methods, processes and techniques to reduce acquisition and support costs, reduce production lead times, improve product quality, provide domestic sources, increase production yields, and ensure economic productivity of Air Force war fighting equipment. This also funds missile industrial productivity and responsiveness improvement efforts, which include industrial base technology modernization (an incentive effort to stimulate private capital investment) and industrial preparedness measures for industrial base program planning. 24****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 250000

MISSILE REPLENISHMENT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS.

This program provides for procuring Supply Business Activity exempt replenishment spares and repair parts required supporting: (1) missiles and guided rockets in inventory. (2) direct ground support equipment (AGE).

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automatic testing equipment. training devices. War Reserve Materiel. Contract Maintenance Spares. depot tools and test equipment. Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 260000

MISSILE INITIAL SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS.

This program provides for procuring initial spares and repair parts to support: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

missiles and guided rockets being procured. the modification and modernization program. related ground support equipment (AGE). automatic testing equipment. training devices. contract maintenance spares. depot tools and test equipment. provisioning documentation.

Initial spares managed by the Supply Business Activity require special budgeting considerations. Funds are required to reimburse the Supply Business Activity purchase of initial spares upon receipt or scheduled receipt of the ordered items. For obligations by the Supply Business Activity, the standard reimbursement pattern is year 1, 2.9%; year 2, 17.0%; year 3, 32.6%; year 4, 23.8%; year 5, 23.7%. A program unique profile may be used after approval by SAF/AQXRF and SAF/FMBIZ. 26****

Budget Program.

Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 280000

PROCUREMENT OTHER THAN AIR FORCE.

This program provides for procurement for other agencies, on a reimbursable basis, made by the Air Force by agreement or designation. It also includes replacement authority for AFMC to replace inventory shipped to reimbursable customers (replacement in-kind transactions only). 28****

PROCUREMENT OTHER THAN AIR FORCE.

281***

Missile Weapon System.

282***

Modification.

283***

Replacement Equipment and War Consumables.

284***

Space Programs.

285***

Missile Industrial Facilities.

286***

Missile Replenishment Spares and Repair Parts.

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287***

Missile Initial Spares and Repair Parts.

288***

HAF special projects.

289***

Other Charges.

An alphanumeric fourth digit of a BPAC code for an item will be a 1 to indicate FMS or a 9 to indicate non-FMS, a 6 to indicate replenishment authority resulting from FMS sales, or a 7 to indicate replenishment authority resulting from non-FMS sales. The assigned MAJCOM or base uses the last two alphanumeric digits from the following list, to identify the supported system. When a code doesn't require an item specification, use 00. XX Weapon System Designator 01 M-1 (All Series) 02 MGM-1C 03 M-4 (All Series) 04 M-7 (All Series) 05 M-9 (All Series) 06 M-10 (All Series) 07 M-12 (All Series) 08 M-13 (All Series) 09 M-16 (All Series) 10 M-20 (All Series) 11 M-25 (All Series) 12 M-26 (All Series) 13 M-28 (All Series) 14 M-30 (All Series) 15 MQM-33 (All Series) 16 M-34 (All Series) 17 AGM-45A (Shrike)

290000

18 AGM-65A (Maverick) 19 M-65 (All Series) (Maverick) 20 M-76 (All Series) 21 AIM-47A 22 XAGM-48A 23 XAGM-79A 24 AGM-69A (SRAM) 25 AGM-78A (Standard ARM) 26 AGM-78B (Standard ARM) 27 Program 726 28 AGM-37A 29 Other Items 30 AGM-86 (ALCM) 31 BGM-109 (GLCM) 32 Target Drone (ALL) 33 Tactical Drone (ALL) 34 Reconnaissance (ALL) Drone (All Series) 35 AIM-7 (All Series) Sparrow 36 AIM-9 (All Series) Sidewinder 37 LGM-118A (Peacekeeper) 38 AIM-120 (AMRAAM) 39 AGM-88 (HARM)

OTHER SUPPORT.

This program provides for: (1) SAF-approved classified projects. (2) Other U.S. Air Force-directed charges. 29UPAD This program provides an accounting of reprogramming to pay legitimate upward adjustments against canceled missile procurement appropriations. 29****

Budget Program.

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Complete the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) by substituting the appropriate Systems Management Code for the ****. 993000

APPROPRIATION REFUNDS ON TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS AND THINGS.

This program provides for: (1) Collecting refunds properly creditable to this appropriation but not identifiable to the subsidiary classification. (2) Repaying of refunds collected in error. NOTE: Used only by: (a) DFAS-IN, Ft Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis IN 46249-0001. (b) DFAS-IN, OAC 45, ADSN 380100. 994000

PROGRESS PAYMENTS.

Covers progress payments to contractors--less liquidations properly chargeable to other budget accounts (see DFAS-DE 7077.2-M, Section 19). 996000

APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENTS.

This program provides for accumulating reimbursements to this appropriation. Fund Appropriation Code Description 57X3020 F3 MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE This appropriation is for the Spectrum Relocation Fund. Fund Appropriation Code Description 573/53080 17 OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE. This appropriation provides for procuring the following categories of materiel: (1) vehicular equipment. (2) electronic and telecommunication equipment, including cryptological equipment, and its executive software. (3) other base maintenance and support equipment. (4) initial and Air Force Working Capital Fund exempt replenishment spares and repair parts. (5) installation/emplacement of equipment. (6) production product improvement, including technical data packages. (7) reproduction models on production contracts. (8) testing of production items. (9) technical data and handbooks procured with the end items. (10) base procurement of investment equipment.

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 (11) modification of in-service assets where unit modification cost exceeds the $250K threshold. Other service/agency procured modifications equal or less than $250K per unit is also funded with investment funds when required by the procuring activity. (12) in production engineering data. (13) acquisition of test articles for FOT&E, QT&E, qualification tests, PAT&E, and QOT&E (AFI 99-101 and AFI 65-601V1, Chapters 8 and 14), except for Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP). (14) Program Management Administration Costs. (15) Interim Contractor Support. (16) Type I Training. (17) power conditioning backup. (18) buy out options for leased to buy vehicles when the vehicle is procured with investment funds. (19) items with a unit cost less than the $250K threshold where other procuring Service Agency requires investment funding.

NOTE: This appropriation does not provide for: (1) procuring Air Force Supply Business Activity items (except from the Supply Business Activity). (2) base procurement of expense equipment. (3) contract technical services (see AFI 21-110). (4) prototype models. (5) development, maintenance of, and changes to, software (see AFI 65-601V1, Chapter 4, Section c). (6) operational test of LRIP articles. (7) Buy out options for leased to buy vehicle contracts on vehicles procured with O&M funds. Use O&M funds to execute these buy out options. (8) Modification of in-service assets where unit modification cost is equal to or less than the $250K threshold. HAF assigns an alphanumeric sixth digit of a BPAC code for an item on Procurement Authorization (PA) or Budget Authorization (BA). 82****

BUDGET PROGRAM.

Budget Activity (BA) Structure: 02 Vehicular Equipment. 03 Electronics and Telecommunications. 04 Other Base Maintenance and Support Equipment. 05 Spares and Repair Parts. 82****

VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT.

This budget activity provides for procuring wheeled and other ground vehicular equipment including railroad vehicles and all the items identified for provisioning in the foregoing appropriation description.

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 82170*

Armored Vehicle (FY07 & Prior Years).

82180***

Passenger Carrying Vehicles.

82223*

Medium Tactical Vehicle.

82226*

High Mobility Multiple Wheeled Vehicles (FY07 & Prior Years).

8229*

Items Less Than $5,000,000 (Cargo-Utility).

82291*

Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Vehicles.

82320*

HMMWV, Armored (FY07 & Prior Years).

82323*

HMMWV, Up-Armored (FY06 & Prior Years).

82323*

Security and Tactical Vehicles (FY08 & Out Years).

82399*

Items Less Than $5,000,000 (Special Purpose).

82401*

Truck, Crash P-19 (FY99 & Prior Years).

82401*

Firefighting/Crash Rescue (FY06 & Out Years).

82515*

Halvorsen Loader (FY09 & Prior Years).

82599*

Items Less Than $5,000,000.

82621*

Runway Snow Removal and Cleaning Equipment.

82699*

Items Less Than $5,000,000 Vehicles (FY06 & Out Years).

82910*

Canceled Account Adjustment.

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HAF assigns an alphanumeric sixth digit of a BPAC code for an item on Procurement Authorizations (PA) or Budget Authorizations (BA). NOTE 1: Initial and Air Force Working Capital Fund exempt replenishment spares and repair parts are funded in the WSC (BPAC) where the end item of equipment is procured. These requirements must be specifically cited in Procurement documentation. NOTE 2: Items with a unit cost equal to or less than the $250K threshold where other procuring Service/Agency requires investment funding will be funded with procurement dollars in the appropriate BPAC. These requirements must be specifically cited in Procurement documentation. 83****

BUDGET PROGRAM.

83****

ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT.

This budget activity provides for procuring ground (non-airborne) cryptological, electronics, telecommunications, general purpose ADPE and associated equipment across all mission areas, and includes all general description items provisioned into the Other Procurement appropriation. 831***

Communications Security (COMSEC) Equipment.

83101*

COMSEC Equipment.

83197*

Modifications (COMSEC).

832***

Intelligence Programs.

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83206*

Intelligence Training Equipment.

83207*

Intelligence Communications Equipment.

83226*

Advance Tech Sensors.

833***

Electronics Programs.

83301*

Air Traffic Control and Landing System (ATCALS).

83302*

National Airspace System.

83303*

Battle Control System – Fixed.

83304*

Theater Air Control System Improvement.

83307*

Weather Observation Forecast.

83314*

Strategic Command and Control.

83316*

Cheyenne Mountain Complex.

83317*

Mission Planning System.

83506*

Information Transport System.

83338*

Tactical SIGINT Support.

83344*

Drug Interdiction Program.

834***

Special Communication/Electronics Projects.

83401*

General Information Technology.

83404*

AF Global Command and Control System (GCCS).

83407*

Mobility Command and Control.

83413*

Air Force Physical Security System.

83419*

Combat Training Ranges.

83421*

Minimum Essential Emergency Communication Network (MEECN)(FY03 & Prior Years).

83432*

C3 Countermeasures.

83443*

Global Combat Support System – Air Force (GCSS).

83452*

Theater Battle Management C2 System.

83453*

Air and Space Operations Center Weapon System (AOC).

835***

Air Force Communications.

83507*

Base Information Infrastructure.

83508*

AFNET.

83509*

Voice Systems.

83514*

U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM).

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 836***

Space Programs.

83672*

Space Based IR Sensor Program Space.

83673*

NAVSTAR GPS Space.

83675*

NUDET Detection System Space (NDS).

83676*

AF Satellite Control Network Space (AFSCN).

83677*

Spacelift Range System Space.

83678*

MILSATCOM Space.

83679*

Space Modifications Space.

83681*

Counterspace Systems.

837***

Organization and Base Comm Equipment.

83710*

Tactical C-E Equipment.

83717*

Combat Survivor/Evader Locator.

83719*

Radio Equipment.

83722*

TV Equipment (AFRTV)(FY08 & Prior Years).

83724*

CCTV/Audiovisual Equipment.

83730*

Base Comm Infrastructure.

83799*

Items Less Than $5,000,000. (FY07 & Prior Years).

838***

Modification of Communications/Electronic Equipment.

83801*

Comm Electronics Modifications.

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HAF assigns an alphanumeric sixth digit of a BPAC code for an item on Procurement Authorizations (PA) or Budget Authorizations (BA). 84****

BUDGET PROGRAM.

84****

OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.

This budget activity provides for procuring personal safety and rescue, base industrial, and Base Support equipment, the special projects identified under 846*** below and all the items identified for provisioning in the foregoing appropriation description. 842***

Personal Safety and Rescue Equipment.

84214*

Night Vision Goggles (Air and Ground Crews).

84299*

Items Less Than $5,000,000/Pers Safety & Rescue. (FY06 & Out Years).

84299*

Items Less Than $2,000,000/Pers Safety & Rescue. (FY99 & Prior Years).

843***

Base Industrial Support Equipment.

84305*

Mechanized Material Handling Equipment.

845***

Base Support Equipment.

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84501*

Base Procured Investment Equipment.

84506*

Medical/Dental Equipment (FY07 & Prior Years).

84510*

Air Base Operability (FY06 & Prior Years).

84510*

Contingency Operations (FY 07 & Out Years).

84538*

Productivity Investments.

84542*

Mobility Equipment.

84599*

Items Less Than $5,000,000/Base Support Equipment. (FY00 & Out Years).

84599*

Items Less Than $2,000,000/Base Support Equipment. (FY99 & Prior Years).

846***

Special Support Projects.

84601*

Production Activities.

84607*

DARP, RC 135.

84608*

DARP, MRIGS (FY06 & Prior Years).

84608*

DCGS-AF.

84650*

Selected Activities (HAF use only).

84651*

Special Update Program (HAF use only).

84657*

Defense Space Reconnaissance Program.

HAF assigns an alphanumeric sixth digit of a BPAC code for an item on Procurement Authorizations (PA) or Budget Authorizations (BA). NOTE 1: Initial and Air Force Working Capital Fund exempt replenishment spares and repair parts are funded in the WSC (BPAC) where the end item of equipment is procured. These requirements must be specifically cited in Procurement documentation. NOTE 2: Items with a unit cost equal less than the $250K threshold where other procuring Service/Agency requires investment funding will be funded with procurement dollars in the appropriate BPAC. These requirements must be specifically cited in Procurement documentation. 851001

Air Force Forest Management Program.

Provides for procurement of investment items used solely for Forestry, Management, or Support. Funding is from the Forestry Management deposit fund account. 852001

DOD Forest Management Program.

Provides for procurement of investment items used solely for Forestry, Management, or Support. The Army managed DoD Forestry Management deposit fund account funds this program. 853001

Air Force Cropland and Grazing.

Provides for procurement of investment items used solely for cropland and grazing support. The Cropland and Grazing deposit fund account provides funding.

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SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS.

This budget activity funds reparable components, assemblies and subassemblies as initial stock (including readiness spares package requirements) in support of: newly fielded electronics and telecommunications equipment. This activity also funds replenishment spares for non-stock listed items in support of classified programs that are exempt from management in the Air Force Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group – Supply (AF CSAG-Supply), Air Force Working Capital Fund (AFWCF). 86190A

Spares and Repair Parts.

87****

PROCUREMENT OTHER THAN AIR FORCE.

This program provides for procurement, as defined in other budget programs in this appropriation that requires the Air Force to make by designation or agreement on a reimbursable basis. 872***

Vehicular Equipment.

873***

Electronics and Telecommunications Equipment.

874***

Base Maintenance and Support Equipment.

876***

Modifications.

An alphanumeric fourth digit of a BPAC code for an item will be a 1 to indicate Foreign Military Sales (FMS) or a 9 to indicate other than FMS, a 2 to indicate replenishment authority (principal items) resulting from FMS sales, a 3 to indicate replenishment authority (secondary items) resulting from FMS sales, a 6 to indicate replenishment authority (principal items) resulting from non-FMS sales, and a 7 to indicate replenishment authority (secondary items) resulting from 42 non-FMS sales. Use "00" in the last digits to indicate no item specification. 993000

APPROPRIATION REFUNDS ON TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS AND THINGS.

This program provides for: (1) Collecting refunds properly creditable to this appropriation but not identifiable to the subsidiary classification. (2) Repaying of refunds collected in error. NOTE: Used only by: (a) DFAS-IN, Ft Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis IN 46249-0001. (b) DFAS-IN, OAC 45, ADSN 380100. 995000

APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENT, ORDNANCE, VEHICLES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT.

994000

PROGRESS PAYMENTS.

Covers progress payments to contractors--less liquidations properly chargeable to other budget accounts (see DFAS-DE 7077.2-M, Section 19). 996000

APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENT, ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT.

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997000

APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENT, OTHER EQUIPMENT.

Military Construction Fund Appropriation Code Description 573/73300 25 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE APPROPRIATION. This appropriation provides for acquiring, constructing, installing, and equipping temporary or permanent public works, military installations as currently authorized by law for the Regular Air Force. This appropriation only provides for costs defined as real property “investment costs.” Define real property as land and any improvements thereto, and anything permanently attached to it including structures and equipment installed in and made a part thereof, thus becoming an integral part of the structures. Equipment that is moveable and is severable without either impairing or defacing either the equipment or structure is not real property. Structures that are moveable and are not permanently attached to the land and which are readily severable without either impairing or defacing either the structure or the land are not real property. It includes projects for: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

planning and design. major construction. minor construction. unspecified support activities. foreign currency fluctuation gains and losses. support activities.

It excludes providing for the Air Force Reserve and the Air National Guard. Budget Activity (BA) Structure: 01 Major Construction 02 Minor Construction 03 Planning and Design 04 Support Activities BUDGET PROJECT CODE 310

PROJECT PLANNING AND DESIGN.

313

Project Planning and Design.

Project planning and design is applicable for design activities carried out on projects in prior, current and future Military Construction (MILCON) programs. Do not charge this account for costs incurred for advanced program planning (use O&M) . This program or project under the authority of 10 U.S.C. 9540 and 10 U.S.C. 2807 provides for these services for projects to the point of construction contract award. After the award, charge these services to the appropriate budget project code (321, 331, or 341). In response to the Request for Proposals (RFP) for design-build type projects, charge costs incurred before the Notice to Proceed (NTP) after the approval of the Best and Final Offer (BAFO) to Planning and Design. Fund costs incurred after

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the NTP with construction funds (321, 331 OR 341). Project planning and design services include: (1) investigating and selecting sites, including the payment of property damage resulting from site exploration and selection surveys at locations not subsequently acquired; if and when the location is acquired, such payments shall be made a part of the acquisition costs under the appropriate construction code. (2) developing and preparing real estate planning reports and any other data required for the acquisition of real estate. (3) designing and analyzing design for construction; developing and preparing construction drawings and specifications; developing and preparing construction cost estimates. (4) participating in preconstruction contract award activities for the purposes of relating design, drawings, and specifications to construction. (5) printing and reproducing drawings, specifications, and other documents required for soliciting bid proposals. Project planning and design excludes: (1) the preparation of training and operating or maintenance manuals. (2) construction supervision and inspection services. (3) TDY costs of using agency unless specifically approved by the SAF Deputy Comptroller, Budget (Design or Construction Agent is not considered the using agency). 320

MAJOR CONSTRUCTION, INSIDE THE UNITED STATES.

321

Major Construction, Inside the United States.

This program or project under authority of enabling legislation provides for: (1) acquiring land and structures. (2) adding to, expanding, extending, converting, and replacing existing structures. (3) relocating structures from one installation to another, including equipment installed in and made a part thereof and related utilities and site work. (4) altering and repairing existing structures in the activation of an inactive installation, if feasible. It includes construction and supervision services, and includes planning and design services when performed after initial construction contract award of the project; maintain records to identify the costs of these services as distinguished from direct construction costs. It excludes using agency (command) costs for travel and per diem, unless specifically approved by the SAF Deputy Comptroller, Budget. 330

MAJOR CONSTRUCTION, OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES.

331

Major Construction, Outside the United States.

This program or project under authority of enabling legislation provides for: (1) acquiring land and structures. (2) adding to, expanding, extending, converting and replacing existing structures. (3) relocating structures from one installation to another, including equipment installed in and made a part thereof and related utilities and site work.

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 (4) altering and repairing existing structures in the activation of an inactive installation, if feasible. It includes construction and supervision services, and includes planning and design services when performed after the initial construction contract award of the project; maintain records to identify the costs of these services as distinguished from direct construction costs. It excludes using agency (command) costs for travel and per diem unless specifically approved by the SAF Deputy Comptroller, Budget.

340

UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION.

341

Unspecified Minor Construction.

This program or project, under authority of enabling legislation 10 U.S.C. 2805 when the estimated funded cost is more than $750,000 but not more than $2,000,000, provides for: (1) acquiring land and structures. (2) adding to, expanding, extending, converting and replacing existing structures; relocating structures from one installation to another, including equipment installed in and made a part thereof and related utilities and site work. (3) altering and repairing existing structures in the activation of an inactive installation, if feasible. It includes construction and supervision services., 350

SUPPORT ACTIVITIES.

351

Support Activities.

This program or project, under the authority enabling legislation 10 U.S.C. 2663 provides for acquiring land not costing more than $750,000. 354

Reimbursable Activities.

This program or project, under the authority of enabling legislation, provides for performing construction and related services for another military department or another government agency, on a reimbursable basis, pursuant to orders received. 378

MILITARY CONSTRUCTION FOREIGN CURRENCY GAIN. (Military Construction Foreign Currency Management Account)

379

MILITARY CONSTRUCTION FOREIGN CURRENCY LOSS. (Military Construction Foreign Currency Management Account)

993

APPROPRIATION REFUNDS ON TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS AND THINGS.

This program provides: (1) collecting refunds properly creditable to this appropriation not identifiable to the subsidiary classification. (2) repaying funds collected in error. NOTE: Use restricted to: (a) DFAS-IN, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis IN 46249-0001. (b) DFAS-IN, OAC 45, ADSN 380100.

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This program or project, under the authority of enabling legislation, provides for constructing off-site defense access roads (U.S. and possessions [23 U.S.C. 210]).

Fund Appropriation Code Description 57X3300 XC MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE (NO-YEAR). This no-year appropriation provides for clean-up costs related to Hurricane Andrew. Fund Appropriation Code Description 579/33307 RC MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE, AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT. Funds are appropriated for the purposes described in P.L. 111-5 and remain available for obligation until 30 Sep 2013. Fund Appropriation Code Description 579/33834 RD MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR NATIONAL GUARD, AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT. Funds are appropriated for the purposes described in P.L. 111-5 and remain available for obligation until 30 Sep 2013. Fund Appropriation Code 573/73730 57

Description MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE RESERVE APPROPRIATION.

This appropriation provides for acquiring, constructing, installing, and equipping temporary or permanent public works, military installations, and facilities as currently authorized by law for the Air Force Reserve. This appropriation provides only costs defined as real property “investment costs.” Real property definition is land and any improvements thereto, and anything permanently attached to it including structures and equipment installed in and made a part thereof, thus becoming an integral part of the structure. Moveable equipment not affixed as an integral part of a structure and which is readily severable without either impairing or defacing either the equipment or the structure is not real property. Moveable structures not permanently attached to the land and which are readily severable without either impairing or defacing either structure or the land is not real property. It includes projects for: (1) (2) (3) (4)

planning and design. major construction. minor construction. support activities.

It excludes providing for the Regular Air Force and the Air National Guard. Budget Activity (BA) Structure:

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01 02 03 04

Major Construction. Minor Construction. Planning and Design. Support Activities.

Fund Appropriation Code 573/73830 53

Description MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR NATIONAL GUARD APPROPRIATION.

This appropriation provides for acquiring, constructing, installing, and equipping temporary or permanent public works military installations and facilities as currently authorized by law for the Air National Guard. This appropriation provides only costs defined as real property "investment costs." Define real property as land and any improvements thereto, and anything permanently attached to it including structures and equipment installed in and made a part thereof, thus becoming an integral part of the structures. Moveable equipment not affixed as an integral part of a structure and which is readily severable without either impairing or defacing either the equipment or the structure is not real property. Moveable structures not permanently attached to the land and which are readily severable without either impairing or defacing either the structure or the land are not real property. This appropriation includes projects for: (1) planning and design. (2) major construction. (3) minor construction. (4) support activities. It excludes providing for the Regular Air Force and the Air Force Reserve. Budget Activity (BA) Structure: 01 02 03 04

Major Construction Minor Construction Planning and Design Support Activities

BUDGET PROJECT CODE 310

PROJECT PLANNING AND DESIGN.

313

Project Planning and Design.

Project planning and design is applicable to specific projects after approval by the Department of Defense for inclusion in the Force and Financial program. Before such approval, consider costs incurred for similar services as advance planning expenses and, unless specifically directed otherwise, do not charge this account. This program or project under the authority of enabling legislation 10 U.S.C. 18232-36 provides for these services for public works projects that are not otherwise authorized by law. After such authorization provide these services under the

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appropriate construction code (321, 313, or 341). Project construction design services include: (1) investigating and selecting sites, including the payment of property damage resulting from site exploration and selection surveys, and mapping, at locations not subsequently acquired. (2) developing, preparing, and documenting criteria before design. (3) designing and analyzing design for construction; developing and preparing construction drawings, specifications, space criteria and construction standards; developing and preparing construction and land acquisition estimates. (4) participating in preconstruction contract award activities for the purposes of relating design, drawings, specifications, and standards to construction. (Does not include TDY costs to attend.) (5) printing and reproducing drawings, specifications, and other documents required for soliciting bid proposals. (6) reviewing shop drawings and working drawings, as prepared by construction contractors, for adequacy of design and agreement with contract drawings and specifications. (7) other functions such as: developing and updating of design criteria; preparing standard designs and definitive drawings; management of military construction program design and contract administrative services for design; and project cost certifications. (8) preparing as-built drawings. Project construction design excludes the preparation of training manuals, and advance planning. (Fund advance planning from O&M-type appropriations.) 320

MAJOR CONSTRUCTION.

321

Major Construction.

This program or project under authority of enabling legislation provides for: (1) acquiring land and structures. (2) adding to, expanding, extending, converting, and replacing existing structures; relocating structures from one installation to another, including equipment installed in and made a part thereof and related utilities and site work. (3) altering and repairing existing structures in the activation of an inactive installation, if feasible. It includes construction supervision and administration (printing & reproduction) incident to the project. Maintain records to identify the costs of these services as distinguished from direct construction costs. It excludes the preparation of training, operating, maintenance manuals, travel and supplies. 340

MINOR CONSTRUCTION.

341

Minor Construction.

This program or project, under authority of enabling legislation 10 U.S.C. 18232-36 when the estimated funded cost is more than $750,000 but not more than $2,000,000, provides for: (1) acquiring land and structures. (2) adding to, expanding, extending, converting and replacing existing structures;

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 relocating structures from one installation to another, including equipment installed in and made a part thereof and related utilities and site work. (3) altering and repairing existing structures in the activation of an inactive installation, if feasible. It includes construction and supervision services, and may include planning and design services; maintain records to identify the costs of these services as distinguished from direct construction costs. It excludes the preparation of training, operating, and maintenance manuals.

350

SUPPORT ACTIVITIES.

351

Support Activities.

This program or project under the authority of enabling legislation, provides for: (1) constructing off-site access roads (US and possessions) 23 U.S.C. 210. (2) acquiring land not costing more than $750,000 10 U.S.C. 2663. Family Housing Fund Appropriation Code Description 573/70740 3X FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION. This appropriation started in FY02 and it provides for costs of the Air Force Housing Construction Program. Budget Activity (BA) Structure: 01 New Construction. 03 Post Acquisition Construction. 04 Planning and Design. Program 710

CONSTRUCTION.

This program provides for constructing Air Force housing. It includes projects for: (1) new construction. (2) post acquisition construction. (3) advance planning and design. Project 711

New Construction.

This project provides for: (1) erecting, installing, assembling, relocating, constructing, or replacing family dwelling units. (2) related land acquisition, site preparation, excavating, filling, landscaping, demolition, environmental remediation, or improving sites relating to work in Project 711. (3) initial outfitting of dwelling units with major equipment and fixtures, for example, kitchen ranges and refrigerators; also washing machines, clothes dryers, and dishwashers when authorized.

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(4) supervision and inspection of construction (see AFI 65-601V1, Chapter 21). (5) construction of mobile home facilities and non-dwelling buildings associated with a family housing area. (6) construction of roads, driveways, walks, and utility systems that primarily serve family housing units. (7) construction of recreation and community facilities integral to a family housing area. (8) replace damaged or destroyed family housing facilities. (9) housing privatization project’s scoring costs. If the housing privatization project proves infeasible, then a military family housing construction project is accomplished. Project 713

Post Acquisition Construction.

This project provides for construction for: (1) upgrading inadequate family housing quarters and housing. (2) improving adequate public quarters. (3) converting existing facilities to family housing quarters. (4) altering, adding, expanding, extending, improving, demolishing, or repairing family dwelling facilities, except as provided in P722. (5) family housing real property, (other than dwelling units), required subsequent to and because of previously acquired dwelling units. (6) retrofitting existing units to make them more energy efficient, and to provide substantial savings in utility costs such as, upgrade ceilings, roofs, wall insulation, and heating and air conditioning systems to current standards. (7) alter family housing to accommodate physically handicapped family members except as provided in P722. (8) supervision and inspection of construction (see AFI 65-601V1, Chapter 21). (9) housing privatization project’s scoring costs. If the housing privatization project proves infeasible, then a military family housing improvement project is accomplished. Project 714

Advance Planning and Design.

This project provides for planning and design of family housing facilities. It includes: (1) preliminary and site adaptation studies. (2) working drawings, specifications, estimates, project planning reports, and final design drawings. Project 717

Family Housing Construction Foreign Currency.

This program provides the net of the Foreign Currency Fluctuation Centrally Managed Account (CMA) for the Family Housing Construction Appropriation. The net is the sum of the foreign currencies favorable currency gains and unfavorable currency losses. This subproject began in FY04 and is primarily used in DFAS accounting reports for HQs use.

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Project 719

Reimbursement.

This program provides for accumulating reimbursements to this appropriation.

Appropriation 579/30743

Fund Code RE

Description FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE, AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT.

Funds are appropriated for the purposes described in P.L. 111-5 and remains available for obligation until 30 Sep 2013. Appropriation 5730745

Fund Code 3Y

Description FAMILY HOUSING OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE.

New appropriation symbol started in FY02 and provides for Air Force Family Housing Operation and Maintenance costs. Budget Activity (BA) Structure: 05 06 07 08 11 12

Operation and Maintenance – Utilities Operation and Maintenance – Operations Operation and Maintenance – Leased Housing Operation and Maintenance – Maintenance of Real Property Operation and Maintenance – Mortgage Insurance Premiums Family Housing Privatization

Program 720

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE.

This program provides for operations and maintenance of the following: (1) Government-owned family dwelling units (category F). (2) Other family housing properties and programs (category K). (3) Leased housing (category H). Project 721**

Operations.

In addition to the items described in the operations (P721) subprojects below, this project provides for: (1) reimbursement to other United States (US) government agencies for family dwelling units. (2) maintenance, repair, and replacement of government-owned appliances such as domestic stoves, refrigerators, washers and dryers, etc., as authorized. (3) rental of equipment. (4) contractor-operated installations. (5) supplies and materials.

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(6) overhead charges-it excludes payments of real estate taxes to a foreign government. Subproject 721.11

Management-Government Dwellings.

This subproject includes all direct administration costs to support government-owned family dwelling units at installation level. This includes management office personnel, supplies, equipment, custodial services, occupancy inspections and surveys, etc., for the family housing office functions. All Civilian Pay charges are reimbursable. Civilian pay should be paid by FC 30 and then reimbursed by FC 3Y. Subproject 721.12

Management-Other.

This subproject includes all direct administration costs to support leased and other family housing properties and programs at installation level. This includes management office personnel, supplies, equipment, custodial services, occupancy inspection, preliminary studies, requirements surveys, and engineering construction plans made prior to OSD approval of new housing projects, etc. This subproject also includes travel and training directly related to housing, and applied for headquarters and/or installation-level personnel. All Civilian Pay charges are reimbursable. Civilian pay should be paid by FC 30 and then reimbursed by FC 3Y. Subproject 721.21

Services-Government Dwellings.

This subproject includes the costs of municipal-type services, such as refuse collection and disposal, entomological services, and custodial services, etc, that support government-owned family housing units. This subproject also includes costs for fire and police protection when those services are for the exclusive support of government-owned family housing areas. Costs for fire and police protection at privatized bases will be reimbursed by the private developer on a per service call basis. Subproject 721.22

Services-Other.

This subproject includes the costs of municipal-type services, such as refuse collection and disposal, entomological services, snow removal and street cleaning, etc., that support other family housing properties and programs. Subproject 721.29

Services-Other (Non-prorated).

This subproject includes non-prorated services provided to general officer quarters (GOQ). Subproject 721.41

Furnishings-Government Dwellings.

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maintenance and repair, moving and handling of household furniture, equipment, and domestic appliances not installed, where authorized. Subproject 721.42

Furnishings-Other.

This subproject includes the costs of government-owned furnishings provided for leased housing. Also includes costs of government owned furnishings for overseas privately leased family housing. This includes replacement, maintenance and repair, moving and handling of household furniture, equipment, and domestic appliances not installed, where authorized. Subproject 721.51

Miscellaneous-Government Dwellings.

This subproject includes the costs of country to country agreements, accommodation charges, reimbursement to other US government agencies for government-owned family housing units and other family housing operational costs not included elsewhere. It does not include real estate taxes paid to a foreign government. Subproject 721.52

Miscellaneous-Other.

This subproject includes the costs of country-to-country agreements, accommodation charges, reimbursement to other US government agencies for other family housing properties and programs, and other family housing costs not included elsewhere. It does not include real estate taxes paid to a foreign government. Subproject 721.53

Miscellaneous-Non-BCE Costs.

This subproject includes non-BCE direct costs incurred to support government-owned family housing units. It provides for: (1) Contracting Office. (2) Other, as applicable. Project 722**

Maintenance of Real Property Facilities – 722A Contract Cleaning/Overseas only, 722B Minor Maintenance and Repair (RPMA/RPMC) and 722C Minor Maintenance and Repair-Other.

This project provides for: (1) Maintenance and repair of buildings, roads, driveways, walks, utility systems, and grounds. (2) Maintenance, repair, and replacement of integral components of installed equipment of a housing unit such as hot water heaters, dishwashers and garbage disposals, furnaces and air conditioners. (3) Minor alterations and additions as authorized. (4) Major maintenance and repair projects as authorized. (5) Supplies and materials.

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(6) Self-Help stores. (7) Maintenance of community antennae and cable television outlets and wiring after installation according to AFIs. (8) Restoration of damaged or destroyed housing facilities as authorized. Project Subproject 722A

Contract Cleaning/Overseas only

Subproject 722.61

Contract Cleaning/Overseas only

This subproject is for contract cleaning onlyProject 722B

Minor Maintenance and Repair(RPMA/RPMC)

722.62

Maintenance and Repair-Government Dwellings.

This subproject includes all maintenance and repair of government-owned family housing units, whether provided by in-service personnel or separately contracted by the government. This includes installed equipment such as hot water heaters, dishwashers, garbage disposals, furnaces, air conditioners and interior utilities as authorized. Also includes cleaning and clearing of government quarters, after change of occupancy maintenance. Subproject 722.66

Self-Help Store-Government Dwellings.

This subproject includes all costs of self-help bench stock-type materials issued to military family housing occupants to perform minor maintenance and repair on their dwelling units. It also includes the cost of personnel who manage the self-help store, or issue materials and tools to housing occupants. Governing AFIs outline procedures and limitations. Subproject 722.67

Self-Help Store-Other.

This subproject includes all costs of self-help bench stock-type materials issued to maintain grounds, other real property, and buildings directly associated with a family housing area. Governing AFIs provide procedures and limitations. Subproject 722.71

Maintenance and Repair of Utilities (Exterior)-Other.

This subproject includes all maintenance and repair of exterior utility systems that primarily serve family housing units or areas. It excludes utility lines or mains that may pass through or in front of family housing locations, but which serve other base locations and facilities.

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Subproject 722.81

Maintenance and Repair of Other Real Property-Other.

This subproject includes all maintenance and repair of other real property facilities such as roads, driveways, walks, common grounds, and community facilities, etc., that are integral to a family housing area. Subproject 722.91

Minor Alterations-Government Dwellings.

This subproject includes the costs of minor alterations to government-owned dwelling units. Subproject 722.92

Minor Alterations and Additions-Other.

This subproject includes the costs of minor alterations to other real property and buildings directly associated with a family housing area. Subproject 722.96

Major Maintenance and Repair-Government Dwellings.

This subproject includes major maintenance and repair projects on government-owned family housing units including those damaged or destroyed. Subproject 722.97

Major Maintenance and Repair-Other.

This subproject includes major maintenance and repair to other real property, private housing where authorized, and buildings directly associated with a family housing area including those damaged or destroyed. Project 722C

Minor Maintenance and Repair – Other.

This project is only used at the direction of SAF/FMBIC for specific funds and purposes. Subproject 722.64

Maintenance and Repair-Government Dwellings.

For 722C only. This subproject includes all maintenance and repair of government-owned family housing units, whether provided by in-service personnel or separately contracted by the government. This includes installed equipment such as hot water heaters, dishwashers, garbage disposals, furnances, air conditioners and interior utilities as authorized. Also includes cleaning and clearing of government quarters, after change in occupancy maintenance. Subproject 722.68

Self-Help Store-Government Dwellings.

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units. It also includes the cost of personnel who manage the self-help store, or issue materials and tools to housing occupants. Governing AFIs outline procedures and limitations. Subproject 722.69

Self-Help Store-Other.

For 722C only. This subproject includes all costs of self-help bench stock-type materials issued to maintain grounds, other real property, and buildings directly associated with a family housing area. Governing AFIs provide procedures and limitations. Subproject 722.73

Maintenance and Repair of Utilites(Exterior)-Other.

For 722C only. This subproject includes all maintenance and repair of exterior utility systems that primarily serve family housing units or areas. It excludes utility lines or mains that may pass through or in front of family housing locations, but whick serve other base locations and facilities. Subproject 722.83

Maintenance and Repair of Other Real Property-Other.

For 722C only. This subproject includes all maintenances and repair of other real property facilities such as roads, driveways, walks, common grounds, and community facilities, etc., that are integral to a family housing area. Subproject 722.93

Minor Alterations-Government Dwellings.

For 722C only. This subproject includes the costs of minor alterations to government-owned dwelling units. Subproject 722.94

Minor Alterationsand Additions-Other.

For 722C only. This subproject includes the costs of minor alterations to other ral property and buildings directly associated with a family housing area. Subproject 722.98

Major Maintenance and Repair-Government Dwellings.

For 722C only. This subproject includes major maintenance and repair projects on governmentowned family housing units including those damaged or destroyed. Subproject 722.99

Major Maintenance and Repair-Other.

For 722C only. This subproject includes major maintenance and repair to other real property, private housing where authorized, and buildings directly associated with a family housing area including those damaged and destroyed.

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Project 723

Operating Costs of Leased Military Family Housing-Foreign Leases.

This project provides for: (1) Leasing family housing facilities overseas from private owners or foreign government agencies. (2) Utilities, if not provided by the lessor. (3) Services such as refuse collection, if separately contracted by the government. Project 724

Maintenance of Leased Military Family Housing Facilities-Foreign Leases.

This project provides for: (1) Maintenance, if not provided by the lessor. (2) Initial alterations required, but not provided by the lessor. The cost of such alterations may not exceed 25 percent of the first year's annual rental cost. Project 725

Operating Costs of Leased Military Family Housing-Domestic Leases.

This project provides for: (1) Leasing family housing facilities in the United States from private owners. (2) Utilities, if not provided by the lessor. (3) Services not provided by the lessor, if separately contracted by the government. Project 726

Maintenance of Leased Military Family Housing Facilities-Domestic Leases.

This project provides for: (1) Maintenance, whether provided by the lessor or separately contracted by the government. Project 727

Housing Privatization.

The project provides funds to cover all costs associated with the identification, definition, acquisition, and execution of all Military Housing Privatization Initiatives (MHPI). It provides for: (1) The cost of environmental assessments, baseline surveys or supplemental studies; initial studies; initial pro forma and economic analysis development and all required property surveys. (2) The costs for industry forums and request for proposal development. (3) The costs of project management office costs to include all contract costs, TDY, training and support costs. (4) The costs of all Title II project oversight and portfolio management costs. (5) The costs of all support consultants and higher headquarters oversight and supervision.

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(6) The costs of management office personnel within the family housing office for duties directly related to MHPI. (7) All Civilian Pay charges are reimbursable. Civilian pay should be paid by FC 30 and then reimbursed by FC 3Y. The project should not be used for any construction and demolition requirements to support the execution of a MHPI. Project 728**

Utilities.

This project provides for all utilities consumed in family housing as authorized. Subproject 728.11

Utilities-Government Dwellings.

This subproject includes costs of utilities consumed in government-owned family dwelling units. It also includes cost of reimbursable utility services furnished to civilian occupants of CONUS government quarters. It provides for: (1) The cost of water procured or produced for consumption. (2) The cost of electricity procured or produced. (3) The cost of gas, fuel oil, and coal (including delivery costs, if applicable) procured. (4) The cost of sewage disposal procured or produced. (5) The cost of base produced utilities transferred to family housing, the cost of heating and air conditioning plant operations, and the cost of other utilities or fuels, such as steam, coal, etc., provided to government-owned family dwelling units. (6) Utility construction amortization costs. Subproject 728.12

Utilities-Other.

This subproject includes costs of utilities consumed in other family housing proper ties. It also includes cost of reimbursable utility services furnished to privately-owned trailers located in base-operated trailer parks. It provides for the same utility services as outlined in subproject 728.11, subparagraphs 1-6, as applicable to other family housing properties. Program 780**

Family Housing Operation and Maintenance Foreign Currency.

This program provides the net of the Foreign Currency Fluctuation Centrally Managed Account (CMA) for the Family Housing Operation and Maintenance Appropriation. The net is the sum of the foreign currencies favorable currency gains and unfavorable currency losses. This subproject began in FY04 and is primarily used in DFAS accounting reports for HQs use.

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Military Personnel

Appropriation 5733500

Fund Code 32

Description MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATION.

The Military Personnel Appropriation consists of six primary financial programs, each with several projects. The total appropriation is a centrally managed allotment controlled by SAF/FMBOP. It does not include personnel costs of the Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard unless they are mobilized to active duty. The primary programs included are: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

pay and allowances of officers (P510; also includes P52* shreds). pay and allowances of enlisted personnel (P530; also includes P54* shreds). pay and allowances of cadets (P550). subsistence of enlisted personnel (P56*). movements-permanent change of station (P57**** or P58****). other military personnel costs (P59* shreds); for example: (a) apprehension of deserters, absentees, and escaped military deserters. (b) interest on uniformed services savings deposits. (c) death gratuities. (d) unemployment compensation. (e) survivor benefits. (f) reimbursements for adoptions. (g) transit incentive subsidy program. (h) Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)/Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) program costs.

Budget Activity (BA) Structure: 01 Officer Pay and Allowances 02 Enlisted Pay and Allowances 03 Cadet Pay and Allowances 04 Enlisted Personnel Subsistence 05 Travel, Permanent Change of Station 06 Other Military Personnel Costs Program 500

PAY AND ALLOWANCES AT STANDARD RATES.

Recoveries of military personnel costs at standard and acceleration rates-military grade not identified (see DFAS-DE 7010.1-R, Chapter 30). Program 510

Clearing Account Balance-Officer

Use this program number on all disbursements and collection vouchers. It also provides for the various types of pay and allowances of: (1) commissioned officers of the Regular Air Force. (2) officers of the reserve components on extended active duty.

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(3) transportation payments for officer absentees or deserters incident to their apprehension and return. Charge costs initially to this program and subsequently recouped from the individual and credited to this program. Included are projects for: (1) basic pay. (2) retired pay accrual. (3) incentive pay. (4) basic allowance for housing. (5) basic allowance for subsistence. (6) overseas station allowance. (7) uniform allowances. (8) family separation allowances. (9) separation payments. (10) social security-employer's share. (11) Medicare--employer's share. (12) special pay. Excluded are pay and allowances of enlisted personnel and cadets provided under separate programs. NOTE: Reimbursements to budget program 510 for certain sales codes (73A, 73B, 76A, 76B, 93A, 93B, and 93C) will be further stratified by pay and allowances, for full-time versus parttime personnel services, by the use of an alpha code in the third position as follows: 51A-Officer, full-time (at least 90% of work year). 51B-Officer, part-time. 511

Basic Pay -- Officer Totals.

This project provides for the basic compensation of officers on active duty per 37 U.S.C. 201, 203, and 205, according to rank and length of service. Subprojects 511.01 511.99 512

Officer Basic Pay. DJMS-RC Officer Basic Pay. Incentive Pay – Officer Totals.

This project provides for pay per 37 U.S.C. 301 for these types of duties: (1) rated officers who qualify for Aviation Career Incentive Pay (ACIP). (2) Aviator Continuation Pay. A financial incentive to complement non-monetary initiatives to improve aviation officer retention. (a) Pilots (b) Navigators (c) Air Battle Managers (3) noncrew duty-involving frequent and regular participation in aerial flight not as a crewmember.

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 (4) air weapons controller-for members performing airborne warning and control system duties. (5) parachute jumping-involving parachute jumping from an aircraft in aerial flights. (6) experimental stress-for duty under an unusually high level of psychological or other stress. (a) high-or low-pressure chamber duty-as high-or low-pressure chamber inside observer. (b) acceleration or deceleration duty-as human acceleration experimental subject, including assignment to "tilt table" experimental duty. (c) thermal stress duty-as human test subject in thermal stress experiments. (7) demolition of explosives as primary duty-includes training for such duty. (8) duty involving the servicing of aircraft or missiles with highly toxic fuels or propellants. (9) other hazardous duty-as authorized; that is, submarine duty, glider duty. (10) duty involving frequent and regular exposure to highly toxic pesticides or involving laboratory work that uses live dangerous viruses or bacteria.

Subprojects 512.01 ACIP (Less than 2 years of service). 512.02 ACIP (2-3 years of service). 512.03 ACIP (3-4 years of service). 512.04 ACIP (4-6 years of service). 512.05 ACIP (6-14 years of service). 512.06 ACIP (14-22 years of service). 512.07 ACIP (22-23 years of service). 512.08 ACIP (23-24 years of service). 512.09 ACIP (24-25 years of service). 512.10 ACIP (General officers under 25 years of service). 512.11 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Fly Duty Crew. 512.12 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Fly Duty Non-Crew. 512.13 ACP – Pilot. 512.14 ACP – Navigator. 512.15 ACP – Air Battle Manager. 512.16 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Fly Duty Non-Rated. 512.17 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Parachute Jump. 512.18 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Parachute HALO. 512.19 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Pressure Chamber Duty. 512.20 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Acceleration/Deceleration Experimental Subject. 512.21 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Thermal Duty. 512.22 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Demolition Duty. 512.23 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Weapons Control Crew. 512.24 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Toxic Fuel Handler Duty. 512.25 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Toxic Pesticides Duty.

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Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Live/Hazardous Biological Organisms Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Chemical Munitions Handler Duty. Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Polar Region Flight Operations Duty. ACIP (General officers over 25 years of service). Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) Pilot Incentive Pay. DJMS-RC Officer Incentive Pay.

Special Pay – Officer Totals.

This project provides for special pay of the following types to officers on active duty: (1) physicians, nurses, dentists, veterinarians, psychologists, optometrists, and other health professionals supplement under the Health Care provisions of 37 U.S.C. 301, 302, 303, 335, and 355. (2) medical and dental incentive pay, additional special pay, variable special pay, and board certified pay under 37 U.S.C. 302 and 335. (3) personal money allowances to general officers authorized under provision of 37 U.S.C. 413, 414(a). (4) duty subject to hostile fire under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 310. (5) diving duty pay for personnel involved in underwater rescue missions 37 U.S.C. 304, recovery of space vehicles, and infiltration or exfiltration for land rescue in combat environment. (6) Foreign Language Proficiency Pay (FLPP). To provide for special pay to officers on active duty. Authorized under provision of 37 U.S.C. 316. (7) judge advocate continuation pay under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 321. (8) for hardship duty pay assigned to locations or duties designated by the Secretary of Defense as hardship under the provisions of 37 U.S.C. 305. (9) for high deployment per diem allowance under the provisions of 37 U.S.C. 436. (10) Retention incentives for qualified designated critical military skills under the provisions of 37 U.S.C. 323 and 335. (11) Accession bonus for qualified designated military skills under the provision of 37 U.S.C. 324. (12) Special pay for officers holding positions of unusual responsibility and of a critical nature under the provisions of 37 U.S.C. 306. (13) Assignment Incentive Pay authorized under 37 U.S.C. 307a. Subprojects 513.01 Variable Special Pay – Medical. 513.02 Additional Special Pay – Medical. 513.03 Board Certification Pay – Medical 513.04 Incentive Special Pay – Medical. 513.05 Multi-Year Special Pay – Medical. 513.06 Variable Special Pay – Dental. 513.07 Additional Special Pay – Dental. 513.08 Board Certification Pay – Dental. 513.09 Dental Officer Accession Bonus. 513.10 Multi-Year Retention Bonus – Dental.

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Dental Officer Continuation Pay. Nurse Accession Bonus. Certified Registered Nurse Anthestist Pay. Optometrist Pay. Optometry Retention Bonus. Veterinarian Pay. Board Certified Pay for Non-Physician Health Care Providers. Personal Monetary Allowance for General Officers. Commander Responsibility Pay. Dive Duty Pay. Foreign Language Proficiency Pay. Hostile Fire Pay. Hardship Duty Pay. Judge Advocate Continuation Pay. Other Special Pay. Pharmacy Accession Bonus. Pharmacy Officer Special Pay. Critical Skills Retention Bonus. Biomedical Science Officer Duty Pay. Diplomate Pay (Psychologist). Korean Assignment Incentive Pay. Creech Assignment Incentive Pay. Oral Surgeon ISP. Early Commitment ISP – Medical. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – 13DX Control and Recovery. Veterinarian Accession Bonus. Nurse Incentive Special Pay. Nurse Board Certified Pay. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – Nurse. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – Psychologist. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – Public Health. Critical Wartime Skills Accession Bonus – Medical. Critical Wartime Skills Accession Bonus – Dental. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – Surgeon. Critical Skills RetentionBonus – Dental. Physician Assistant Incentive Pay. Physician Assistant Retention Bonus. Social Workers Incentive Pay. Social Workers Retention Bonus. Public Health Officer Accession Bonus. Public Health Officer Retention Bonus. Psychologist Accession Bonus. Psychologist Retention Bonus. Psychologist Incentive Pay. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – Surgeon/Anniversary Payment. Physician Assistant Accession Bonus.

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Social Worker Accession Bonus. Public Health Officer Incentive Pay. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – Contracting. AF/JAG Student Loan Repayment. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – Public Affairs. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – Civil Engineering. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – Intel. Critical Skills Retention Bonus – Logistics Readiness. DJMS-RC Officer Special Pay.

Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) – Officer Totals.

This project provides for the basic allowances for housing authorized under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 403. It includes officer personnel with and without dependents (full and partial allowances), and family separation housing. This entitlement replaced the previously authorized basic allowance for quarters, variable housing allowance and overseas housing allowance. Subprojects: 514.01 BAH – Domestic with Dependents. 514.02 BAH – Domestic without Dependents. 514.03 BAH – Domestic Partial. 514.04 BAH – Domestic Differential. 514.05 BAH – Overseas with Dependents. 514.06 BAH – Overseas without Dependents. 514.07 BAH – Overseas Differential. 514.08 Move-In Housing Allowance (MIHA). 514.09 Family Separation Housing (FSH). 514.10 BAH - Surviving Family Members (This project provides for temporary family housing or temporary housing allowances for dependents of members of deceased Air Force members under provisions of P.L. 99-227, December 1985. (For use only when authorized by DFAS). 514.11 BAH – Overseas Surviving Family Members (This project provides for temporary family housing fro dependents of members of deceased Air Force members under provisions of P.L. 99-227, December 1985. (For use only when authorized by DFAS). 514.99 BAH – DJMS-RC Officer BAH. 515

Overseas Allowances – Officer Totals.

This project provides payment of an overseas station allowance prescribed by JTRs and authorized by 37 U.S.C. 405 to officers outside the CONUS. (1) Cost of living allowance (includes Alaska or Hawaii). (2) Temporary lodging allowance (includes Alaska or Hawaii). (3) Moving-in allowance, security, rent & miscellaneous. Subprojects: 515.01 Overseas COLA.

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Uniform or Clothing Allowances – Officer Totals.

This project provides for initial and supplemental allowances for purchase of required uniforms entitled per 31 U.S.C. 415, 416, and 419. Subprojects: 516.01 Initial Military Clothing Allowance. 516.02 Additional Military Clothing Allowance. 516.03 Civilian Clothing Allowance. 516.04 Clothing Allowance – Wounded Warrior. 516.99 DJMS-RC Officer Clothing Allowance. 517

Separation Entitlements – Officer Totals.

This project provides the following entitlements for officers upon separation: (1) accrued annual leave under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 501 and 10 U.S.C. 701. (2) lump-sum readjustment entitlements of reserve officers under provisions of Act of June 16, 1936, and 10 U.S.C. 12313 and P.L. 87-509. (3) disability severance pay under provisions of 10 U.S.C. 1212. (4) full payment of non-disability separation pay, under Section 501, P.L. 101-510 and 10 U.S.C. 1174. (5) payment for retiring members who elect to remain under the reduced 40 percent “redux” retirement plan. 37 U.S.C. 354, 10 U.S.C. 1401, 1401a, 1409, and 1410. (6) voluntary separation payments. (7) The SecDef may authorize the Secretary of a military department to provide a voluntary retirement incentive payment in accordance with § 638b to an officer of the armed forces under that Secretary’s jurisdiction under the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2012 sec. 504, Public Law 112-81. Subprojects: 517.01 517.02 517.03 517.04 517.05 517.06 517.07 517.08 517.09 517.99

Terminal Leave Lump Sum. Severance Pay – Disability. Severance Pay – Involuntary (Full 10%). Severance Pay – Involuntary (Half 5%). Severance Pay – Fail Promotion/Unfit. Voluntary Separation Pay. VSI Trust Fund Payment. 30K Lump Sum Bonus. Temporary Early Retirement Authority – Officer. DJMS-RC Officer Separation Pay.

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CONUS Cost of Living Allowance – Officer Totals.

This project provides for CONUS cost of living allowance to officers based on the non-housing cost of living differences across CONUS duty locations per 37 U.S.C. 403b. Subproject: 520.01 CONUS COLA. 520.99 DJMS-RC Officer CONUS COLA. 521

Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS).

This project provides for subsistence allowances under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 402. Subprojects: 521.01 Basic Allowance for Subsistence. 521.99 DJMS-RC Officer BAS. 522

Social Security Tax-Employer's Share – Officer Totals.

This project provides for the employer’s tax to the Social Security Administration as required by the Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA), under provisions of 26 U.S.C. 3101 and 3111. Subprojects: 522.01 Social Security Tax – Employer’s Share. 522.02 Medicare – Employer’s Share. 522.99 DJMS-RC Officer FICA/Medicare. 523

Advance Pay and Allowances – Officer.

This project provides for advance pay and allowances prescribed by DoDFMR Vol. 7A and AFMAN 65-116. Credit repayment of advances to this project. Subproject: 523.01 Advance Pay and Allowances. 524

Clearing Account Balance (For DFAS-IN use only).

This project provides for accrued entitlements not paid to officers. 525

Family Separation Allowances – Officer Totals.

This project provides family separation allowances payments under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 427. Subprojects: 525.02 FSA Type II – PCS. 525.03 FSA Type II – TDY. 525.99 DJMS-RC Officer FSA.

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This project provides allowances for members with permanent or severely disabling injuries, disorders or diseases that compromise the ability to carry out the activities of daily living under provision of 37 U.S.C. 439. 526.01 Catastrophic Injury Pay. 528

Retired Pay Accrual (RPA) – Officer Totals.

This project provides for retired pay accruals paid into the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund per P.L. 98-94. Subprojects: 528.01 Retired Pay Accrual – Officer. 528.99 DJMS-RC Officer Retired Pay Accrual. 530

Clearing Account Balance – Enlisted.

Use this program number on all disbursement and collection vouchers. It also provides for the various types of pay and allowances of enlisted personnel of: (1) the Regular Air Force. (2) Air Force Reserve components on extended active duty. (3) payments to cover transportation furnished military members in a leave status who are without funds. NOTE: Also includes expenses for enlisted absentees or deserters incident to their apprehension and return-previously identified under CMA 591.01. Charge initial costs to this program and subsequently recoup from the individual and credit to this program. Included are projects for: (1) basic pay. (2) retired pay accrual. (3) incentive pay for hazardous duty. (4) special pay. (5) basic allowance for housing. (6) overseas station allowances. (7) clothing allowances. (8) separation payments. (9) enlistment and reenlistment bonuses. (10) special duty assignment pay. (11) Social Security-employer’s share. (12) family separation allowances. (13) Medicare - employer’s share. (14) CONUS cost-of-living allowance. Excluded are: (1) subsistence allowances (provided in program 560). (2) pay and allowances of officers and cadets provided in separate programs.

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NOTE: Reimbursements to budget program 530 for certain sales codes (73A, 73B, 76A, 76B, 93A, 93B and 93C) will be further stratified, for full-time versus part-time, personnel services, by an alpha code in the third position as follows: 53A-Enlisted, full-time (at least 90% of work year). 53B-Enlisted, part-time. 531

Basic Pay – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides for the basic compensation of enlisted personnel on active duty under the provisions of 37 U.S.C. 201, 203, and 205, including length of service increments. Subprojects: 531.01 Enlisted Basic Pay. 531.99 DJMS-RC Enlisted Basic Pay. 532

Incentive Pay Totals.

This project provides for pay under the provisions of 37 U.S.C. 301 for the following types of duty: (1) crew duty-involving frequent and regular participation in aerial flights. (2) noncrew duty-involving frequent and regular participation in aerial flights not as a crewmember. (3) parachute jumping duty-involving parachute jumping as an essential part of military duty. (4) demolition duty-involving the demolition of explosives as a primary duty. Includes training for such duty. (5) experimental stress. (a) high-or low-pressure chamber duty-duty as high-or low-pressure chamber inside observer. (b) acceleration or deceleration duty-as human acceleration or deceleration experimental subject, including assignments to “tilt table” experimental duty. (c) thermal stress duty-as human test subject in thermal stress experiments. (d) toxic fuel handler-duty involving exposure to highly toxic fuels or propellants; servicing of aircraft or missiles with highly toxic fuels or propellants. (6) live/hazardous biological organisms-duty involving frequent and regular exposure to highly toxic pesticides or involving laboratory work that utilizes live dangerous viruses or bacteria. (7) other hazardous duty-as authorized under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 301. (8) duty involving frequent and regular participation in flight operations on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier, or of a ship other than an aircraft carrier that launch aircraft. (9) enlisted members serving as air weapons controllers aboard airborne warning and control system aircraft. (10) Career Enlisted Flyer Incentive Pay. Compensation based on years of aviation service for career enlisted airmen.

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Subprojects: 532.01 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Flying Duty Crew. 532.02 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Flying Duty Non-Crew. 532.03 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Parachute Jumping. 532.04 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay -- Parachute HALO. 532.05 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Pressure Chamber Duty. 532.06 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Acceleration or Deceleration Experimental Subject. 532.07 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Thermal Duty. 532.08 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Demolition Duty. 532.09 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Weapons Control Crew Duty. 532.10 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Toxic Fuel Handler Duty. 532.11 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Toxic Pesticide Duty. 532.12 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Live/Hazardous Biological Organisms. 532.13 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Chemical Munitions Handler Duty. 532.14 Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay – Polar Region Flight Operations Duty. 532.15 Career Enlisted Flyer Incentive Pay (CEFIP) – 4 yrs or less Aviation Svc. 532.16 CEFIP – More than 4 Yrs Aviation Svc. 532.17 CEFIP – More than 8 Yrs Aviation Svc. 532.18 CEFIP – More than 14 Yrs Aviation Svc. 532.19 Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) Sensor Operators (SO). 532.99 DJMS-RC Enlisted Incentive Pay. 533

Special Pay – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides special pay of the following types: (1) for hardship duty pay while assigned to locations or duties designated by the Secretary of Defense as hardship under the provisions of 37 U.S.C. 305. (2) diving duty pay authorized under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 304 that is, diving dutypararescue-basic (combat control team members). (3) for duty subject to hostile fire under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 310. (4) sea duty under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 305a. (5) overseas extension pay under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 314. (6) Foreign Language Proficiency Pay (FLPP). To provide for special pay to enlisted personnel on active duty. Authorized under provision of 37 U.S.C. 316. (7) College Loan Repayment Program. Authorized under the provisions of 10 U.S.C. 2171. (8) Critical Skills Retention Bonus. Authorized under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 355 allows payments of a retention bonus to enlisted personnel serving on active duty and qualified in a designated critical military specialty. (9) Assignment Incentive Pay authorized under 37 U.S.C. 307a. (10) Combat Controller Assignment Incentive Pay based on PDUSD (P&R) memo dated 22 Dec 04 authorizing AIP for enlisted operators assigned to SOCOM with more than 25 years of service provided the member signs a written agreement to remain on active duty for an additional minimum 12-month period. Reference DoDFMR Vol. 7A, Chapter 15.

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Diving Duty Basic. Diving Duty Pararescue. Overseas Tour Extension Pay. Foreign Language Proficiency Pay. Hostile Fire Pay. Hardship Duty Pay. Other Special Pay. College Loan Payback Program. Critical Skills Retention Bonus (CSRB) – New. Critical Skills Retention Bonus (CSRB) – Anniversary. Korean Assignment Incentive Pay. Combat Controller Assignment Incentive Pay. Sea Duty. Combat Injury Pay. Creech Assignment Incentive Pay. DJMS-RC Enlisted Special Pay.

Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides for the basic allowances for housing authorized under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 403. It includes enlisted personnel with and without dependents (full and partial allowances), and family separation housing. This entitlement replaced the previously authorized basic allowance for quarters, variable housing allowance and overseas housing allowance. Subprojects: 534.01 BAH – Domestic with Dependents. 534.02 BAH – Domestic without Dependents. 534.03 BAH – Domestic Partial. 534.04 BAH – Domestic Differential. 534.05 BAH – Overseas with Dependents. 534.06 BAH – Overseas without Dependents. 534.07 BAH -- Overseas Differential. 534.08 Move-In Housing Allowance (MIHA). 534.09 Family Separation Housing (FSH). 534.10 BAH – Surviving Family Members (This project provides for temporary family housing or temporary housing allowances dependents of members of deceased Air Force members under provisions lof P.L. 99-227, December 1985. (For use only when authorized by DFAS). 534.11 BAH – Overseas Surviving Family Members (This project provides for temporary family housing or temporary housing allowances for dependents of members of deceased Air Force members under provisions of P.L. 99-227, December 1985. (For use only when authorized by DFAS). 534.99 DJMS-RC Enlisted BAH. 535

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This project provides for an overseas station allowance prescribed by JTR and 37 U.S.C. 405 to enlisted personnel outside the CONUS excluding: (1) cost of living allowance (includes Alaska or Hawaii). (2) temporary lodging allowances (includes Alaska or Hawaii). (3) moving-in allowance, security, rent & miscellaneous. Subprojects: 535.01 535.02 535.04 535.99 536

Overseas COLA. Temporary Lodging Allowance (TLA). Allowance Adjustment (Currency Fluctuation) ENL. DJMS-RC Enlisted Overseas Allowances.

Clothing Allowances – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides for clothing allowances for enlisted personnel under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 418 – Clothing allowance: enlisted members: (1) initial payment for prescribed clothing, or clothing issued in kind. Covers initial and continuing civilian clothing allowances when authorized. (2) maintenance allowance for clothing. (3) allowance for supplementary prescribed clothing or clothing issued in kind. Subprojects: 536.02 536.03 536.04 536.05 536.06 536.07 536.08 536.09 536.10 536.11 536.12 536.13 536.14 536.15 536.16 536.99 537

Initial – From Civilian Life (Male) – Military. Initial – From Civilian Life (Female) – Military. Officer Training School (Male) – Military. Officer Training School (Female) – Military. AF Academy Prep (Male) – Military. AF Academy Prep (Female) – Military. Initial Issue of Civilian Clothing. Continuing Issue of Civilian Clothing. TDY – Civilian Clothing. Maintenance Allowance – Male. Maintenance Allowance – Female. Standard Maintenance Allowance – Male. Standard Maintenance Allowance – Female. Supplemental Maintenance Allowances. Clothing Allowance – Wounded Warrior. DJMS-RC Enlisted Clothing Allowances.

Separation Payments – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides the following payments to enlisted personnel upon separation: (1) accrued annual leave under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 501. (2) lump-sum settlement and readjustment payments under provisions of P.L. 87 -509, 28 Jun 1962. (3) disability severance pay under provisions of 10 U.S.C. 1212. (4) enlisted administrative separations.

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(5) donations upon release from confinement under court-martial sentence involving other than honorable discharge. Also upon discharge for fraudulent enlistment. (6) payment for retiring members who elect to remain under the reduced 40 percent “redux” retirement plan. 37 U.S.C. 354, 10 U.S.C. 1401, 1401a, 1409, and 1410. (7) The SecDef may authorize the Secretary of a military department to provide a voluntary retirement incentive payment in accordance with § 638b to an officer of the armed forces under that Secretary’s jurisdiction under the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2012 sec .504, Public Law 112-81. Subprojects: 537.01 537.02 537.03 537.04 537.05 537.06 537.07 537.08 537.99

Lump Sum Terminal Leave. Separation Pay: Disability. Separation Pay: Involuntary (Full 10%). Separation Pay: Involuntary (Half 5%). Voluntary Separation Pay. VSI Trust Fund Payment. $30,000 Lump Sum Bonus. Temporary Early Retirement Authority – Enlisted. DJMS-RC Enlisted Separation Pay.

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Enlistment and Selective Reenlistment Bonuses – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides for enlisted and selective reenlistment bonuses under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 308. Subprojects: 538.01 Selective Reenlistment Bonus – Initial Payments. 538.02 Selective Reenlistment Bonus – Anniversary Payment. 538.03 Selective Reenlistment Bonus – Accelerated Payments. 538.04 Enlistment Bonus – New Payments. 538.05 Enlistment Bonus – Residual Payments. 538.06 National Call to Service Bonus. 538.99 DJMS-RC Enlisted Enlistment/Reenlistment Bonuses. 539

Special Duty Assignment Pay – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides an additional monthly payment to enlisted personnel required to perform extremely demanding duties or duties demanding an unusual degree of responsibility and as an inducement to persuade qualified personnel to volunteer for such duties under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 307. Subprojects: 539.01 539.02 539.03 539.04 539.05 539.06 539.99

Special Duty Assignment Pay – Cat 1 ($75). Special Duty Assignment Pay – Cat 2 ($150). Special Duty Assignment Pay – Cat 3 ($225). Special Duty Assignment Pay – Cat 4 ($300). Special Duty Assignment Pay – Cat 5 ($375). Special Duty Assignment Pay – Cat 6 ($450). DJMS-RC Enlisted Special Duty Assignment Pay.

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CONUS Cost of Living Allowance – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides for CONUS cost of living allowance to enlisted personnel based on the non-housing cost of living differences across CONUS duty locations per 37 U.S.C. 403b. Subproject: 540.01 CONUS COLA. 540.99 DJMCS-RC Enlisted CONUS COLA. 542

FICA -- Employer’s Share – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides for the employer’s tax to the Social Security Administration as required by the Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA), under provision of 26 U.S.C. 3101 and 3111. Subprojects: 542.01 Social Security Tax -- Employer’s Share. 542.02 Medicare – Employer’s Share. 542.99 DJMS-RC Enlisted – FICA. 543

Advance Pay and Allowance – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides for advance pay and allowances prescribed by DoDFMR Vol. 7A and AFMAN 65-116. Credit repayment of advance to this project. Subproject: 543.01 Advance Pay and Allowances. 544

Clearing Account Balance (DFAS-IN Use Only).

This project provides for unpaid accrued entitlements to enlisted personnel. 545

Family Separation Allowance (FSA) – Enlisted Totals.

This project provides family separation allowance payments under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 427. Subprojects: 545.02 FSA – Type II – PCS. 545.03 FSA – Type II – TDY. 545.99 DJMS-RC Enlisted – FSA. 546 Other Allowances – Enlisted Totals For members with permanent or severely disabling injuries, disorders or diseases that compromise the ability to carry out the activities of daily living to such a degree that the member requires personal or mechanical assistance to leave home or bed. Authorized under provision of 37 U.S.C. 439. Subprojects: 546.01 Catastrophic Injury Pay. 548 Retired Pay Accrual (RPA) -- Enlisted. Totals. This project provides for Enlisted retired pay accruals paid into the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund per P.L. 98-94.

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Subprojects: 548.01 Retired Pay Accrual – Enlisted. 548.99 DJMS-RC Enlisted RPA. 552

Cadets (Pay and Allowances) Totals.

This project provides pay and allowances of cadets appointed to the United States Air Force Academy under provisions of 10 U.S.C. 9342. It includes: (1) basic pay and allowances 37 U.S.C. 203. (2) subsistence, commuted rations 37 U.S.C. 422 and operational rations. Subprojects: 552.01 Basic Pay. 552.02 Subsistence. 553

Cadet Advance Pay.

This project provides for an advance payment to cover the costs of initial clothing and equipment for new cadets as prescribed by DODFMR, Volume 7A, Chapter 38. Repayment of such advances is credited to this project in the current year. Subproject: 553.01 Cadet Advance Pay. 554

Clearing Account(DFAS Use Only).

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Social Security (FICA) and Medicare - Employer's Share.

Subprojects: 555.01 Social Security (FICA) - Employer's Share. 555.02 Medicare - Employer's Share. 556

Accounts Receivable.

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Waivers, Remissions, Write-offs.

Subproject: 557.01 Cadet Waivers, Remissions, Write-offs. Program 5**** SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL. This program provides for the subsistence of enlisted personnel. Included are costs for basic allowance for subsistence and subsistence in kind. Excluded are subsistence of civilian or officer personnel, transportation, cost of ice and subsistence while in travel status.

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 Basic Allowance For Subsistence (BAS) – BAS Totals (DO NOT USE).

This project provides for paying subsistence per 37 U.S.C. 402, under varying conditions. Subsistence allowance when rations in kind are not available. Subprojects: 561.01 Authorized to Mess Separately. 561.02 Rations-in-kind Not Available. 561.04 BAS Recoupment. 561.05 Subsistence allowance when on leave-CONUS. 561.06 Subsistence allowance when on leave-overseas. 561.08 Basic Allowance for Subsistence -- Recoupment of BAS at the discounted meal rate. 561.99 DJMS-RC Enlisted BAS. 562

Subsistence-In-Kind (SIK).

This program provides subsistence-in-kind for active duty enlisted personnel when they do not receive an allowance for subsistence; procurement of subsistence supplies for issue as rations to enlisted personnel; flight kitchen; operational and augmentation rations; food items to be tested; and payment of meals furnished under contract at commercial facilities. Subproject: 562.01 Subsistence-In-Kind. 563 Family Supplemental Subsistence Allowance (FSSA). This program supplements a member’s BAS by an amount intended to remove the member’s household status from eligibility for benefits under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food stamp program per 37 U.S.C. 402a. Subproject: 563.01

Family Supplemental Subsistence Allowance (FSSA).

BASE CLOSURE PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION MOVEMENTS. These moves include only those members moving from a base on the closure list as approved by a Base Closure Commission. It does not pertain to force structure actions not related to the closure of a base, nor does it relate to command restructuring. Pay out only approved move costs out of this account, i.e., members in positions whose moves are not programmed in the Military Personnel Appropriation are the only one counted as making a PCS move related to the base closure. 571

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These programs provide for the cost of permanent change of station movements of military personnel individually or as organized units, and authorized family members. Costs chargeable to these programs include: (1) transportation by common carrier. (2) Monetary Allowance In Lieu of Transportation (MALT), plus a flat per diem allowance. (3) meal tickets instead of subsistence. (4) transportation of personal baggage and household goods (including accessorial services). (5) nontemporary commercial storage of household goods. (6) dislocation allowances. (7) allowances for movement of house trailers or mobile dwellings. (8) travel and transportation services provided by Transportation Working Capital Fund (TWCF). (9) travel and transportation services provided by Military Sealift Command and Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (including movement of POV). (10) TDY travel costs directly related to PCS movement. (11) movement of individuals or organizations to overseas command or indeterminate TDY when specifically authorized by AFPC. It includes transportation of household goods within CONUS. (12) transportation of POV of deceased, injured, interned, missing, or captured military personnel. (13) emergency evacuation allowances upon evacuation of family members. (14) includes PCS travel costs of all military personnel assigned to Military Assistance Advisory Groups (MAAG). (15) per diem paid to members’ enroute between permanent duties stations that are placed in a TDY hold status. (16) one-way transportation of POV to port of embarkation and from port of debarkation. (17) temporary lodging expense (TLE) in CONUS for up to $180 per day for a maximum of 10 days. (18) payment of travel expenses for military personnel and their family members from overseas to the CONUS and return between consecutive overseas tours (COT) or in-place consecutive overseas tours (IPCOT). (19) payment of enlisted members participating in the Overseas Tour Extension Incentive Program (OTEIP). (20) reimbursement of pet quarantine fees. The following standard definitions apply to PCS travel: TDY: Temporary duty travel (other than TDY Hold) is the responsibility of the requiring unit or command unless it is training funded by AETC or other commands or TDY other than training funded by non-PCS sources. Charge TDY for briefings, debriefings and special instructions to the requiring command’s O&M funds.

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The only TDY that is paid out of PCS funds must be an integral part of PCS travel and meet all of the following conditions: (1) TDY up to 15 days and performed enroute to and for the purpose of supporting the follow-on position at the new permanent duty station. (2) TDY is for M-16 rifle training, medical examination, obtaining passports, and in processing at host base when required by host-tenant agreement. (M-16 training is the only training authorized for TDY status.) . NOTE: Member noncurrent escort travel is not a PCS entitlement. (3) U.S. AF (AFPC, AF/DPG, or AF/DPO), AF/HC or AF/JA authorizes TDY. Cite authorization in PCS orders. COMMERCIAL AIRLIFT (CATEGORY Z ONLY): Travel by regularly scheduled US flag international air carriers with tickets procured by TR at special rates applicable to DoD travel. SPECIAL AIRLIFT: Transportation Working Capital Fund (TWCF) procured aircraft (group movements) determined more economical to the government. TRANSPORTATION WORKING CAPITAL FUND – (TWCF): For travel and transportation services furnished by TWCF. Includes travel of military personnel and family members, personal baggage, and household goods. SURFACE DEPLOYMENT AND DISTRIBUTION COMMAND: For travel and transportation services furnished by SDDC incident to PCS of officer and enlisted members. Includes port handling services for household goods, and privately owned vehicles (CONUS inbound and outbound only). NONTEMPORARY STORAGE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS: Nontemporary storage of household goods (HHG) in commercial facilities under JTR, Volume I, in connection with PCS or indeterminate TDY authorized by HAF. Cite this fund on PCS order. (1) Includes required accessorial services; that is, pickup at residence, inventory, loading, weighing, cubing, wrapping, packing, carting, drayage, in handling, out handling to warehouse platform, and line haul transportation to storage facilities (except line haul from overseas stations to CONUS). (2) Includes accessorial services by contract for nontemporary storage in governmental facilities. (3) Excludes nontemporary storage: (a) on assignment of government quarters. (b) when temporarily vacating government quarters, unless advance return shipment of goods from overseas to CONUS is authorized. (c) when required to vacate temporarily other quarters under jurisdiction of a uniformed service. (d) when installing government-owned furniture and appliances in place of privately owned items. (e) transportation charges from storage to new permanent station. STANDARD RULES: The following standard rules apply to the two-digit subproject field for payments:

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Based on an obligation policy change for FY09, the first position of the subproject field is always “0” (numeric) since it is required to be paid out of current year funds. This obligation policy change is effective with FY09, and will be applied in all fiscal years subsequent to FY09. In prior fiscal years the first position of the subproject field may have been “9” to identify when transfer effective dates (TED) differed from the fiscal year of obligation. This permitted citing and temporarily charging the current year appropriation for costs authorized by the PCS order. DFAS-DE used a Standard Form 1080, Voucher for Transfers Between Appropriations and/or Funds, to convert transactions with a “9” in the first position of the subproject field to the correct year when the new appropriation became available on 1 October of each year. Additional instructions for using this subproject field are in the DFAS publication, Interim Guidance on Procedures for Travel Accounting Operations. Due to the change in obligation policy in FY09, the fiscal year in which the orders are cut will be the fiscal year in which the obligation is accounted for and the first position of the subproject field will always be “0” (numeric). The second position of the subproject field will always be an alpha code as follows: A--Pet Quarantine fees. Mandatory pet quarantine of a household pet, are reimbursable not to exceed $550 per PCS move for pets in, or entering into, quarantine on and after 28 December 2001 (Ref. JFTR, para U5805). B--Unaccompanied Baggage (restricted to TWCF for TWCF billings): Payment for that portion of household goods that is shipped separately and apart (usually via an expedited mode) from the major items of furniture and which is required immediately upon or soon after the member's or family member's arrival at destination, for interim housekeeping pending arrival of the major portion of the property. C--Port Handling charges. Port handling charges associated overseas shipment of an Air Force member’s personal property. D--Travel of Family Member: Includes POV mileage of family members regardless of whether they are traveling with the military member or independently of the military member. Also, includes other modes of transportation, MTAS and TRS. NOTE: Subproject L was previously designated for a family member driving POV independently of the military member. Beginning FY10, this travel will be included under Subproject D. E--Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE) In CONUS: Payment of up to $180 per day for a maximum of 10 days to a member and or dependent(s). This payment is to help defray expenses for food, lodging, etc., while a member and or dependent(s) are occupying private, commercial, or nonappropriated fund lodging near the old or new permanent duty station. Military member or family member(s) cannot draw MALT and per diem concurrently with TLE. F--Dislocation Allowance Payments With Family Members: Payment to partially reimburse a military member, with family members, for the expenses incurred in relocating household goods or mobile homes upon a PCS. Includes adjustments to this type of dislocation allowance payment. G--Mobile home adjustments: To correct previous charges. H--Household goods, belongings, or POV land shipments via GBL or Direct Procurement Method (DPM) other than International Government Bills of Lading (ITGBL): Transportation of household goods (packing, crating, drayage, temporary storage, uncrating, and unpacking).

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I--Household goods or belongings shipped via ITGBL or DPM involving transoceanic travel: Includes shipments of household goods by codes 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and T and all shipments of unaccompanied baggage by codes 7, 8, and J. J--Military Member's Per Diem: Includes military member's per diem, meal tickets, incidentals and TDY per diem directly related to the PCS of the military member. Includes cost of per diem in connection with moves charged to projects 5742 and 5882. Include here all costs associated with 5720 and 5820 (except transportation chargeable to M). K--Per Diem of Family Member: Includes per diem for family members regardless of whether they are traveling with the military member or independently of the military member. Also, includes per diem for modes of transportation other than POV and all charges to 5710 or 5810. NOTE: Subproject R was previously designated for per diem for a family member authorized to drive POV independently of the military member. Beginning FY10 this per diem will be included under subproject K. M--Military Member's Travel: Includes member's TR, transportation allowance, mileage, mileage for one-way travel of member's POV to port of embarkation and from port of debarkation, transportation of personal baggage and TDY travel costs directly related to PCS of the military member. Includes costs of transportation in connection with moves charged to projects 5720, 5820, 5742, and 5882. Includes all PCS entitlement costs associated with projects 5765, 5865, 5769, 5869, 5779, and 5879. N--Nontemporary Storage: Includes prolonged storage of household goods charged to fiscal year service is rendered. Indeterminate TDYs will include this subproject code in the main line of funding. All other PCS/Separation/Retirement orders have separate funding lines for nontemporary storage. NOTE: Cite current year appropriation for nontemporary storage. The first position of the subproject field will always be 0 (numeric). Since nontemporary storage normally extends over several fiscal years, the fiscal year fields in fund citations for nontemporary storage will contain a “$” to permit the substitution of the fiscal year when service is rendered. P--Per Diem: Payment of per diem to the military member in a PCS status. Use this code in amended orders that place a military member, who is en route between permanent duty stations, in a TDY hold status, when directed to discontinue travel pending further orders. Authorization to place military member in hold status requires the advance approval of AFPC. Q--Overseas Tour Extension Incentive Program (OTEIP) travel for enlisted military members R--Now included in Subproject K S--Dislocation Allowance Payments Without Family Members: Payment to partially reimburse a member without dependents when transferred to a permanent duty station and not assigned to government quarters. Includes adjustments to this type of dislocation allowance payment. T--Trailer/Mobile home payments: Includes allowances for moving of mobile homes on GBL. U--Family Member in-place consecutive overseas tour-related travel from overseas port to port in CONUS and the return trip. V--Privately Owned Vehicle: Payment for shipment of POV by vessel to, from, and between overseas ports. Also includes rental car inconvenience claims and POV storage when a member

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stationed outside the CONUS is selected for ITDY and their return to the CONUS requires POV to be shipped and stored in CONUS for the duration of ITDY. W--Consecutive Overseas Tour (COT) Leave Travel: Payment of travel expenses for military personnel COT or IPCOT and their dependents from overseas to the CONUS and the military member’s return trip. X--PCS Advance Payments: Use this code for all PCS advance payments for military, regardless of entitlements. When submitting the voucher for settlement, apply a credit to this code and a debit to the appropriate subproject shreds per entitlement. Y--MALT HHG: Move it yourself household goods shipments. Z--PCS Reimbursements: Costs reimbursed by federal government agencies and other governments or international organizations. Projects 571*.** 581*.**

Emergency Travel – Officers. Emergency Travel – Enlisted.

These projects provide for the payment of all authorized emergency evacuation allowances to Air Force family members upon evacuation 37 U.S.C. 405a. Evacuation must be authorized or approved by the Secretary of the Air Force, his designee, or other competent authority. For specific entitlement and rates, see the Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JFTR), Vol 1. Only applicable to dependents of Active Duty military members or dependents of military members of Reserve Components that are mobilized at the time of evacuation. CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC). Emergency Evacuation Travel: OFFICER AND ENLISTED 4 5 * 48 0010 525725 TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC). Emergency Evacuation Travel: OFFICER ENLISTED F*7G F*8G NOTE: * Indicates FY in which orders are cut. Subprojects 5710.** Emergency Evacuation Allowance--Officer Family Members. 5810.** Emergency Evacuation Allowance--Enlisted Family Members. Subproject Shreds .0C .0D .0H .0I .0K .0V .0Y

Port Handling. Travel of dependents. HHG shipment costs (other than ITGBL). ITGBL HHG. Per diem--Dependents. Global POV shipment. MALT HHG.

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Other Travel – Officers. Other Travel – Enlisted.

Subprojects 5720.** 5820.**

Other PCS Travel -- Officers. Other PCS Travel -- Enlisted.

Subproject Shreds .0H HHG Shipment Costs (other than ITGBL). .0J Per Diem – Military Member. .0M Military Member Travel. .0X PCS Advance Payments. Reassignment of military personnel when PCS entitlements and expenditures are $1,000 or less. Applies to officers and enlisted personnel PCS between bases in the CONUS or overseas areas (includes close proximity moves). There is no authorization for the relocation of household goods, dislocation allowance or travel of dependents. Transportation of member’s Professional Books, Papers, and Equipment (PBP&E) from current office to new office is authorized. Transportation of PBP&E is limited to AFSC-related subject matter reference books, papers published in professional journals, and equipment such as instruments, tools, and equipment peculiar to technicians, mechanics and members of the professions. Transportation of clothing, awards, computers or MARS equipment is not authorized. In overseas areas, authorization exists for household goods for single and unaccompanied married personnel who ship property via surface instead of unaccompanied baggage via airlift. In overseas areas where family members are not authorized, a member must be assigned to government quarters at new duty station. Projects 573*** 583***

Special Travel--Officers. Special Travel--Enlisted.

These projects provide: (1) officers and enlisted as well as their command-sponsored family members roundtrip travel and associated per diem costs from their assigned overseas permanent duty station to the military member's home of record upon approval of an extended accompanied overseas tour. Includes adjustments where required. (2) benefits to overseas assigned enlisted members, who are in a dependent-restricted unaccompanied tour and in a critical skill category. Includes adjustments where required. (3) Officer and enlisted movements to/from overseas commands on Indeterminate TDY and travel of dependents and transportation of HHG within the United States associated with an Active Duty member’s Indeterminate TDY. Subprojects 5731.** 5831.**

Consecutive Overseas Travel (COT) – Officers. Consecutive Overseas Travel (COT) – Enlisted.

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 Subproject Shreds .0J Per Diem--Military Member. .0K Per Diem--Dependents. .0W COT/IPCOT Military Member Leave Travel. .0X PCS Advance Payments. .0U COT/IPCOT Family Member Travel. Subprojects 5732.** 5832.**

In Place Consecutive Overseas Travel (IPCOT)—Officers. In Place Consecutive Overseas Travel (IPCOT)—Enlisted.

Subproject Shreds .0J Per Diem--Military Member. .0K Per Diem--Dependents. .0W COT/IPCOT Military Member Leave Travel. .0X PCS Advance Payments. .0U COT/IPCOT Family Member Travel. Subproject 5834.**

Overseas Tours Extension Program (OTEIP) travel—Enlisted.

Subproject Shreds .0M Military Member Travel. .0J Per Diem--Military Member. .0D Travel of Dependents. .0K Per Diem--Dependents. .0X PCS Advance Payments. .0Q OTEIP Benefits. Subprojects 5736.** 5836.**

Indeterminate TDY Travel – Officers. Indeterminate TDY Travel – Enlisted.

CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC). Indeterminate TDY: OFFICER AND ENLISTED 4 5 * 48 0036 525725 TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC). Indeterminate TDY: OFFICER ENLISTED F*7I F*8I NOTE: * Indicates FY in which orders are cut. Subproject Shreds .0M Military Member Travel. .0J Per Diem--Military Member. .0D Travel of dependents.

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Per Diem--Dependents. HHG Shipment Costs (other than ITGBL). ITGBL Household Goods. Mobile Home Payments. Adjustment to Mobile Home Payments. MALT HHG. Dislocation allowance Payments with Family Members. Dislocation allowance Payments without Family Members. Port Handling. Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only). Nontemporary Storage. Global POV.

Projects 574*** 584***

Accession Travel--Officers. Accession Travel--Enlisted.

These projects provide for PCS movement of members to first permanent duty station in CONUS or overseas. This includes movements from home (or point where members received orders) to Air Force duty station or training schools of 20 weeks or more duration (except nonprior service enlistees), or to processing station and then to first duty station. (Includes officers appointed from cadet or enlisted status upon graduation from OTS). NOTE: Accession PCS includes the move of nonprior service enlistees to technical training courses regardless of length, and graduates and eliminees from less than 20 week courses, to their first permanent duty station.) Military members assigned to school programs of 20 weeks duration or more will terminate their PCS accession move upon being assigned to the first school in the program. Accession PCS also includes the move to a new permanent duty station when appointed from enlisted to officer status upon graduation from a training program. (Intra -school moves are training moves.) It excludes travel of applicants from home to recruiting stations. CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC). For Accession Travel: OFFICER and ENLISTED 4 5 * 48 0040 525725. TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC). For Accession Travel: OFFICER F*7A

ENLISTED F*8A

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Subprojects 5741.**

5841.**

Accession travel of officers to first permanent duty station or training school of 20 weeks or more duration including: (1) Officers appointed to a commissioned grade from civilian life. (2) Reserve, Air Force ROTC and ANG officer called, or recalled, to extended active duty. (3) Officers appointed, or recalled, from enlisted status (from enlisted duty station to new permanent duty station or school). (4) Officers appointed from enlisted status upon graduation from Officer Training School (OTS) to new permanent duty station or school. (5) Officers appointed upon graduation from Air Force Academy, US Military Academy, or US Naval Academy to first permanent duty station or school. (6) Officers appointed from Alaska, Hawaii, and US Territories. (7) Officers restored to full active duty following a required appellate review process or parole. Accession of enlisted and officer candidates to first permanent duty station or training school including: (1) Enlistees from recruiting station or place of enlistment to basic military training centers, then to first permanent duty station or to technical training courses regardless of course length, and graduates and eliminees from courses of less than 20 weeks duration to their first permanent duty station. (2) Reenlistees or prior service personnel from place of reenlistment to first permanent duty station or to training school of 20 weeks or more duration or nearest Air Force base when the provisions of AFI 36-2606 apply. (3) Recalled enlisted reservists from home to first permanent duty station or training schools of 20 weeks or more duration or to processing station. (4) Accepted officer candidates from civilian life or recruiting stations to flying or officer training schools. (5) Enlisted members accepted from Alaska, Hawaii, and US Territories. (6) Enlisted members and officer candidates restored to full active duty following a required appellate review process or parole.

Subproject Shreds .0M Military Member Travel. .0J Per Diem--Military Member. .0D Travel of Dependents. .0K Per Diem--Dependents. .0H HHG Shipment Costs (other than ITGBL). .0I ITGBL Household Goods. .0T Mobile Home Payments. .0G Adjustments to Mobile Home Payments. .0Y MALT HHG. .0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Family Members. .0A Pet Quarantine. .0S Dislocation Allowance Payments Without Family Members. .0C Port Handling.

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Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only). Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE). PCS Advance Payments. Global POV.

Subproject 5742.**

Accession of Air Force Academy Cadets or Aviation Cadets. (1) PCS of individuals upon appointment to the Air Force Academy as cadets. (2) Accepted aviation cadet applicants from civilian life to flying training schools. (3) Individuals who travel to the Air Force Academy but fail to pass the entrance physical examination and returned to their home.

Subproject Shreds .0M .0J

Military Member Travel. Per Diem--Military Member.

Subprojects 5748.0N 5848.0N

Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Officers. Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Enlisted.

Projects 575***

Training Travel--Officers.

585***

Training Travel--Enlisted.

These projects provide for CONUS PCS movements of officers, and enlisted personnel from previous permanent duty station to formal service or civilian schools, including technical training schools, flying training schools, and other approved courses of instruction, of 20 weeks duration or more. It also includes officers, and enlisted personnel school graduates and eliminees from school, to their next permanent CONUS duty station. It EXCLUDES movements between overseas duty stations and CONUS training schools provided under 5771. ** and 5871. **. These projects also include overseas members moving in country, when no transoceanic travel is involved, to or from a training location with course(s) of instruction 20 weeks or longer. CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC) for Training Travel OFFICER and ENLISTED 4 5 * 48 0050 525725 TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE for Training Travel OFFICER F*7B

ENLISTED F*8B

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Subprojects 5751.**

CONUS PCS movements of student officers or overseas officers moving in country (1) From previous CONUS permanent duty station to and from (graduates and eliminees), and between technical and flying training schools listed in the Training Prospectus (AFI 36-2223). Includes nonprior service technical training graduates and eliminees from courses of 20 weeks or longer duration. (2) CONUS PCS movements of student officers filling quotas directed by the Air University to, from (graduates and eliminees), or between career pr civilian schools, including those under the jurisdiction of Air University. Also includes schools of the medical education program under the jurisdiction of the AFMC. (3) CONUS PCS movements of student officers to, from (graduates and eliminees), or between flying training schools for initial aeronautical rating. These schools are under the jurisdiction of the Air Education and Training Command flying training program.

5851.**

CONUS PCS movements of student enlisted personnel or overseas enlisted personnel moving in country. (1) From previous permanent duty station to and from (graduates and eliminees), and between technical and flying training schools listed in the Training Prospectus (AFI 36-2223). Includes nonprior service technical training graduates and eliminees from courses of 20 weeks or longer duration. (2) CONUS PCS movements of student enlisted personnel filling quotas directed by the Air University to, from (graduates and eliminees), or between career or civilian schools including those under the jurisdiction of Air University. Also includes schools of the medical education program under the jurisdiction of the AFMC. (3) CONUS PCS movements of student enlisted to, from (graduates and eliminees), or between flying training schools for initial aeronautical rating. These schools are under the jurisdiction of the Air Training and Education Command flying training program.

Subproject Shreds .0M .0J .0D .0K .0H .0T .0G .0Y .0F .0A .0S

Military Member Travel. Per Diem-Military Member. Travel of Dependents. Per Diem--Dependents. HHG Shipment Costs (Other than ITGBL). Mobile Home Payments. Adjustments to Mobile Home Payments. MALT HHG. Dislocation Allowance Payments with Family Members. Pet Quarantine. Dislocation Allowance Payments without Family Members.

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Port Handling. Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only). Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE). PCS Advance Payments. Global POV.

Subprojects 5758.0N 5858.0N

Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Officers. Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Enlisted.

The above subprojects authorize the inclusion of nontemporary storage of household goods for military member while on temporary duty pending further orders (TDPFO). Projects 576***

Operational Travel--Officers.

586***

Operational Travel--Enlisted.

These projects provide for PCS movements of officers, and enlisted personnel: (1) to and from permanent duty station located within the CONUS, (2) to and from permanent duty station located within an overseas area WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED, and (3) dependents, household goods, personal effects, trailer allowance, and privately owned vehicles chargeable to the applicable personnel subprojects cited below of officers and enlisted personnel interned, missing, or captured WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. It excludes: (1) PCS movements between CONUS and overseas areas provided under 577*** and 587***. (2) PCS movement within or between overseas area provided under 577*** and 587***. (3) PCS movements for training purposes provided under 575*** and 585***. CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC). Operational Travel: OFFICER AND ENLISTED 4 5 * 48 0060 525725 TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC). Operational Travel: OFFICER ENLISTED F*7C F*8C NOTE: * Indicates FY in which orders are cut. Subprojects 5761.** For HAF-directed intercommand and intracommand PCS moves of officers between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED.

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It includes HAF-directed intracommand consecutive overseas tours (COT) WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. Also, it includes HAF and command-directed intercommand and intracommand PCS moves of officers between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED for the following specific purposes: (1) upon reassignment of prisoners under AFI 31-205. (2) upon reassignment of Air Force patients (except movement of patients in a TDY status provided for in O&M appropriation). (3) upon reassignment: (a) for humanitarian reasons. (b) to join spouse or twin. (c) under project EFMP. (d) to home of record to await physical evaluation board proceedings. Subproject 5861.**

HAF-directed intercommand and intracommand PCS moves of enlisted members between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED.

It includes HAF-directed intracommand consecutive overseas tours (COT) WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. Also, it includes HAF and command-directed intercommand and intracommand PCS moves of enlisted members between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED for the following specific purposes: (1) upon reassignment of prisoners per AFI 31-205. (2) upon reassignment of Air Force patients per AFI 36-2110 (except movement of patients in a TDY status provided for in O&M appropriation). (3) upon reassignment: (a) under base of preference movements. (b) for humanitarian reasons. (c) to join spouse or twin. (d) under project EFMP. (e) to home of record to await physical evaluation board proceedings. (f) to intercommand and intracommand special duty assignments per AFI 362110. Subproject Shreds .0M .0J .0D .0K .0H .0T .0G .0Y

Military Member Travel. Per Diem-Military Member. Travel of dependents. Per Diem--Dependents. HHG Shipment Costs (Other than ITGBL). Mobile Home Payments. Adjustment to Mobile Home Payments. MALT HHG.

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Dislocation Allowance Payments with Family Members. Dislocation Allowance Payments without Family Members. Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only). Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE). COT Leave Travel for Military Members. COT Leave Travel for Family Members PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects 5765.0Z

This project or subproject provides for accumulating collections of reimbursements of officers, military PCS movement costs. Includes reimbursements for all categories of PCS moves (accession, operational, rotational, etc.).

5865.0Z

This project or subproject provides for accumulating collections of reimbursements of enlisted military PCS movement costs. Includes reimbursements for all categories of PCS moves (accession, operational, rotational, etc.).

Subprojects 5768.0N

Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Officer.

5868.0N

Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Enlisted.

Projects 577***

Rotational Travel--Officers.

587***

Rotational Travel--Enlisted.

These projects provide for PCS movements of officers and enlisted personnel: (1) from permanent duty stations in CONUS to permanent duty stations overseas. (2) from permanent duty stations overseas to permanent duty stations in CONUS. (3) from permanent duty stations in one overseas area to permanent duty station in another overseas area when transoceanic travel is involved. (4) dependents, household goods, personal effects, trailer allowances of interned, missing, or captured officers, and enlisted personnel when it involves transoceanic travel. It also includes officer and enlisted personnel moves as a result of unit activation, inactivation, reorganization, and moves without personnel and equipment (WOPE) WHEN TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC). Rotational Travel: OFFICER and ENLISTED 4 5 * 48 0070 525725. TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC). Rotational Travel: OFFICER F*7D

ENLISTED F*8D

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NOTE: * Indicates FY in which orders are cut. Subprojects 5771.**

For HAF-directed moves of officers to and from overseas areas, or between overseas areas WHEN TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED.

It includes PCS rotational reassignments: (1) between CONUS training school and overseas duty station between overseas duty station and CONUS training school, between CONUS duty station and overseas training school, between overseas duty station and overseas training school WHEN TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. (2) of prisoners under AFI 31-205. (3) of patients. (4) upon reassignment: (a) for humanitarian reasons. (b) to join spouse (c) under project EFMP. (d)from CONUS hospital to overseas home of record to await physical evaluation board proceedings. (e) to intercommand consecutive overseas tours (COT). (5) as a result of unit activation, inactivation, reorganization, or moves with personnel and with or without equipment. 5871.** For HAF--directed moves of enlisted personnel to and from overseas areas or between overseas area WHEN TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. It includes PCS rotational reassignments: (1) between CONUS training school and overseas duty station, between overseas duty station and CONUS training school, between CONUS duty station and overseas training school, between overseas duty station and overseas training school WHEN TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. (2) of prisoners under AFI 31-205. (3) of patients under AFI 36-2110. (4) upon reassignment: (a) for humanitarian reasons. (b) to join spouse (c) under project EFMP. (d) from CONUS hospital to overseas home of record to await physical evaluation board proceedings. (e) to intercommand consecutive overseas tours (COT). (f) under base of preference movements. (g) to intercommand and intracommand special duty assignments per AFI 362110. (5) as a result of unit activation, inactivation, reorganization, or moves with personnel and with or without equipment.

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Subproject Shreds .0M .0J .0D .0K .0H .0I .0T .0G .0Y .0F .0A .0S .0C .0P .0E .0W .0X .0U .0V

Member Member Travel. Per Diem--Military Member. Travel of dependents. Per Diem--Dependents. HHG Shipment Costs (Other than ITGBL). ITGBL Household Goods. Mobile Home Payments. Adjustments to Mobile Home Payments. MALT HHG. Dislocation Allowance Payments with Family Members. Pet Quarantine. Dislocation Allowance Payments without Family Members. Port Handling. Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only). Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE). COT Leave Travel for Military Members. PCS Advance Payments. COT Leave Travel for Family Members. Global POV.

Subprojects 5778.0N

Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Officer.

5878.0N

Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Enlisted.

Projects 578***

Separation Travel--Officers.

588***

Separation Travel--Enlisted.

These projects provide for PCS moves of officers, and enlisted personnel and their authorized travel and transportation allowances upon separation from the Air Force, including separation while in a training status. It includes travel of military personnel from CONUS or overseas duty station to CONUS or overseas base of separation. It also includes dependents and household goods and personal baggage, trailer allowances, and POV chargeable to the applicable subprojects cited below of deceased officer and enlisted personnel from point of origin to final destination, including travel and transportation costs incurred outside the CONUS. It EXCLUDES the following provided under 576***, 586***, 577***, and 587***: (1) travel from hospital to home of record to await physical evaluation board proceedings. (2) dependents' household goods, personal effects, trailer allowances, and POV of captured, interned, or missing officer and enlisted military personnel. (3) travel to home of record on appellate leave to await outcome of appellate proceedings. CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC).Separation Travel: OFFICER and ENLISTED

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4 5 * 48 0080 525725. TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC). Separation Travel: OFFICER F*7E

ENLISTED F*8E

NOTE: * Indicates FY in which orders are cut. Subproject 5781.**

PCS Separation--Officers.

Includes travel and transportation cost from last CONUS or overseas permanent duty station to: (1) Home of record. (2) Point of entry into service. (3) Home of selection when authorized by law. Includes travel and transportation for officers placed on involuntary appellate review leave or parole. Subproject 5782.**

Separation – Air Force Academy and Aviation Cadets.

This project provides for PCS moves of eliminated Air Force Academy cadets to home of record or point of entry into service and eliminees from aviation cadet status those returned to civilian life to home of record or point of entry into service. Subproject Shreds .0M .0J

Military Member Travel. Per Diem—Military Member.

Subproject 5881.**

PCS Separation--Enlisted.

Includes travel and transportation costs from last CONUS or overseas permanent duty station to: (1) Home of record. (2) Point of entry into service. (3) Home of selection when authorized by law. Includes travel and transportation for enlisted placed on involuntary appellate review leave or parole. Subproject Shreds .0M .0J .0D .0K .0H

Military Member Travel. Per Diem--Military Member. Travel of dependents. Per Diem--Dependents. HHG Shipment Costs (Other than ITGBL).

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ITGBL Household Goods. Mobile Home Payments. Adjustments to Mobile Home Payments. MALT HHG. PCS Advance Payments. Global POV. Port Handling.

Subprojects 5788.0N

Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Officer.

5888.0N

Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Enlisted.

Projects 579***

Travel of Organized Units--Officer.

589***

Travel of Organized Units--Enlisted.

These projects provide for PCS movements (CONUS or overseas) of officers, and enlisted personnel directed to move as members of an organized unit move or as a result of unit activation, inactivation, reorganization, or moves with personnel and with or without equipment. Includes moves between duty stations within CONUS and within overseas areas. Subprojects 5791.**

HAF-directed PCS moves of officers within CONUS or between overseas areas, WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED.

5891.** HAF-directed PCS moves of enlisted personnel within CONUS or between overseas areas. WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. Subproject Shreds .0M .0J .0D .0K .0H .0T .0G .0Y .0F .0S .0P .0E .0W .0X .0U

Military Member Travel. Per Diem--Military Member. Travel of dependents. Per Diem--Dependents. HHG Shipment Costs (Other than ITGBL). Mobile Home Payments. Adjustments to Mobile Home Payments. MALT HHG. Dislocation Allowance Payments with Family Members. Dislocation Allowance Payments without Family Members. Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only). Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE). COT Leave Travel for Military Members. PCS Advance Payments. COT Travel for Family Members.

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Subprojects 5798.0N

Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Officer.

5898.0N

Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Enlisted.

Program 590

OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS.

This program provides for miscellaneous military personnel costs not covered in other programs. (Also see programs 510 and 530.) Included are projects for: (1) apprehension of military deserters, absentees, and escaped military prisoners. (2) interest on Uniformed Services Savings Deposits. (3) death gratuities. (4) unemployment benefits paid to ex-service members. (5) survivor benefits. (6) Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)/Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC). Project 591** Apprehension of Military Personnel. This project provides for the expense to apprehend, detain, and deliver military deserters, absentees, and escaped military prisoners to military control. Subprojects: 591.01 This subproject includes: (1) payment of rewards for apprehension, detention, or delivery of absentees, deserters, or escaped military prisoners to military control. (2) payment of reasonable and actual expenses of persons or agencies apprehending, detaining, or delivering absentees or deserters to military control. (3) travel via Transportation Working Capital Fund. 591.02 This subproject includes: (1) payment of expenses to persons or agencies that apprehend or return absentees, deserters, and parole violators when a reward may not be paid. (2) payment to civil authorities for subsistence furnished absentees, deserters, parole violators, or escaped military prisoners in their custody. These payments will be made per AFI 36-2911, paragraph 6. 591.03 This subproject includes: (1) travel of guards. (2) meal tickets of guards in connection with pursuit, apprehension, and return of Air Force absentees, deserters, parole violators, or escaped prisoners.

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Project 592** Interest on Savings Deposit Program (SDP). This project provides for payment of interest earned under the provisions of 10 U.S.C Section 1035, approved 14 August 1966 and the provisions of P. L. 101-510, approved 5 November 1990. Subprojects: 592.02

Interest SDP--Officers (for use by DFAS-LI only).

592.04

Interest SDP--Enlisted (for use by DFAS-LI only).

Project 593**

Death Gratuity

This project provides for death gratuities to beneficiaries of deceased military personnel under provisions of 10 U.S.C. 1475-80. Subprojects: 593.01

Death Gratuity--Officers.

593.02

Death Gratuity--Enlisted.

593.03

Death Gratuity--Air Force Academy Cadets.

Project 594**

Allowance for Quarters to Surviving Family Members. (For use in FY2011 and prior)

This project provides for temporary family housing or temporary housing allowances for dependents of members of deceased Air Force members since 12 December 1985, and for other purposes under provisions of P.L. 99-227, December 1985. (For use only when authorized by DFAS-IN). Subprojects: 594.01 Family Housing/Temporary Housing – Officer – BAH 594.02 Family Housing/Temporary Housing – Officer – OHA 594.03 Family Housing/Temporary Housing – Enlisted – BAH 594.04 Family Housing/Temporary Housing – Enlisted – OHA 594.05 Family Housing/Temporary Housing – Cadet – BAH Project 595**

Unemployment Benefits.

This project provides payment of unemployment benefits to ex-service members who are discharged or released under honorable conditions (and if an officer did not resign for the good of the service) as prescribed in 5 U.S.C. 8521 and had completed a first full term of active service. The member may have been discharged before completing that first term of service

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under an early release program, for hardship, medical reasons, personality disorders, or inaptitude. The member's service must have been continuous for 365 days or more. Subprojects: 595.01

Unemployment Benefits--Officers.

595.02

Unemployment Benefits—Enlisted.

Project 596**

Survivor Benefits.

This project provides survivor benefits to widows and orphans of certain deceased military members by Section 943 of DOD Authorization Act, FY 1984 and P.L. 98-94, and 38 U.S.C. 1969. Subprojects 596.01

Survivor Benefits--Officers.

596.02

Survivor Benefits--Enlisted.

596.03

Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance (SGLI) Extra Hazard Reimbursement.

596.04

Enhanced Death Gratuity – SGLI.

596.05

Traumatic Injury – SGLI.

596.06

Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance Premiums – Employer’s Share.

Project 597**

Adoption Reimbursement Expense.

This project is for payments to reimburse active duty members of the Armed Forces who initiate adoption proceedings authorized by 10 U.S.C 1052. Members may be reimbursed up to $2,000 per child, with a maximum of $5,000 to one Service member in any given calendar year, for qualifying adoption expenses incurred by the member in the adoption of a child less than 18 years of age. Only one member of a service member married to another service member can be reimbursed for the expenses related to the adoption of the same child. Subprojects: 597.01

Adoption Reimbursement Expenses--Officers.

597.02

Adoption Reimbursement Expenses--Enlisted.

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Project 598**

All Volunteer Education Assistance (Montgomery GI Bill).

P.L. 101-510 dated November 5, 1990 allows the service members who are involuntary separated to enroll in the Montgomery GI Bill. The FY 1993 Defense Authorization Act allows members exercising the VSI/SSB option to convert from the Veterans Education Assistance Program (VEAP) to the Montgomery GI Bill. This program provides funds to the DoD Educational Benefits Fund for the involuntary separatees and for VSI/SSB recipients. Subprojects 598.01

Montgomery GI Bill--Officers.

598.02

Montgomery GI Bill--Enlisted.

Project 599**

Other Miscellaneous Personnel Costs.

This project pays for entitlements not covered in other projects. Included are civilian community corps, special compensation for severely disabled retirees and mass transit. Subprojects 599.01

Civilian Community Corps.

The National Defense Authorization Act of FY 1993 established the Civilian Community Corps, a residential national community service program on military bases. It required the Department of Defense to contribute to the salaries of those military retirees hired by the program using active duty accounts. 599.02

Special Compensation for Severely Disabled Retirees.

In accordance with P.L. 106-65, this subproject provides monthly allowances to certain military retirees with service-related disabilities rated at 60 percent or greater. Qualifying retirees with disabilities rated at 60 percent are authorized a monthly payment of $50; rated at 70 percent are authorized a monthly payment of $100; rated at 80 percent are authorized a monthly payment of $125; rated at 90 percent are authorized a monthly payment of $225; and rated at 100 percent are authorized a monthly payment of $325. 599.03

Mass Transit Subsidy.

Costs associated with the implementation of a mass transportation and vanpool transportation fringe benefit program for qualified Federal employees. (Reference Executive Order 13150, April 21, 2000)

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Partial Dislocation Allowance (PDLA).

Payment of $663.22 effective 1 January 2010 for housing moves at permanent duty station when a military member is ordered to occupy/vacate Government family-type quarters due to privatization, renovation, or reasons other than PCS. EXCLUDED are local moves from quarters upon separation or retirement. 599.05

Thrift Savings Plan Breakage Fee.

This entitlement authorizes interest payments to qualifying military members of the Thrift Savings Plan who have suffered a loss due to an Air Force-caused delay in processing enrollment documents. 599.06

Reserve Income Replacement Program.

This entitlement pays eligible Reserve Component members, on a monthly basis, an amount equal to the monthly active duty income differential of the member as determined by the SECAF as authorized in 37 U.S.C. 910. 599.07

Stop Loss Special Pay, Active Duty, Officer.

This program authorizes retroactive stop-loss special pay compensation for active duty officer, or former service members who were involuntarily retained on active duty beyond their established date of separation or retirement as a direct result of a stop-loss program at any time from 11 September 2001 to 30 September 2009. 599.08

Stop Loss Special Pay, Active Duty, Enlisted.

This program authorizes retroactive stop-loss special pay compensation for active duty enlisted, or former service members who were involuntarily retained on active duty beyond their established date of separation or retirement as a direct result of a stop-loss program at any time from 11 September 2001 to 30 September 2009. 599.09

Stop Loss Special Pay, Air Force Reserve (AFR), Officer.

This program authorizes retroactive stop-loss special pay compensation for AFR officer, or former service members who were involuntarily retained on active duty beyond their established date of separation or retirement as a direct result of a stop-loss program at any time from 11 September 2001 to 30 September 2009. 599.10

Stop Loss Special Pay, Air Force Reserve (AFR), Enlisted.

This program authorizes retroactive stop-loss special pay compensation for AFR enlisted, or former service members who were involuntarily retained on active duty beyond their established date of separation or retirement as a direct result of a stop-loss program at any time from 11 September 2001 to 30 September 2009. 599.11

Stop Loss Special Pay, Air National Guard (ANG), Officer.

This program authorizes retroactive stop-loss special pay compensation for ANG officer, or former service members who were involuntarily retained on active duty beyond their established date of separation or retirement as a direct result of a stop-loss program at any time from 11 September 2001 to 30 September 2009.

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This program authorizes retroactive stop-loss special pay compensation for ANG enlisted, or former service members who were involuntarily retained on active duty beyond their established date of separation or retirement as a direct result of a stop-loss program at any time from 11 September 2001 to 30 September 2009. 599.13 Dependent.

Preventive Health Allowance Demonstration Project, Officer, With

This program pays for the Preventive Health Allowance Demonstration Project to evaluate the efficiency of providing an annual preventive health services allowance to increase the use of preventive health services by members of the Armed Forces and the dependents directed by Section 714 of the Duncan Hunetr National Defense Authorization Act of FY 2009. 599.14 Dependent.

Preventive Health Allowance Demonstration Project, Officer, Without

This program pays for the Preventive Health Allowance Demonstration Project to evaluate the efficiency of providing an annual preventive health services allowance to increase the use of preventive health services by members of the Armed Forces and the dependents directed by Section 714 of the Duncan Hunetr National Defense Authorization Act of FY 2009. 599.15 Dependent.

Preventive Health Allowance Demonstration Project, Enlisted, With

This program pays for the Preventive Health Allowance Demonstration Project to evaluate the efficiency of providing an annual preventive health services allowance to increase the use of preventive health services by members of the Armed Forces and the dependents directed by Section 714 of the Duncan Hunetr National Defense Authorization Act of FY 2009. 599.16 Dependent.

Preventive Health Allowance Demonstration Project, Enlisted, Without

This program pays for the Preventive Health Allowance Demonstration Project to evaluate the efficiency of providing an annual preventive health services allowance to increase the use of preventive health services by members of the Armed Forces and the dependents directed by Section 714 of the Duncan Hunetr National Defense Authorization Act of FY 2009. 781**

INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAM.

781.01

Subsistence Allowance-Advanced Course.

Covers monthly monetary allowance paid to all advanced course cadets. Entitlement accrues for the actual enrollment of the cadet in the academic term up to a maximum 900 days. Legal authority is in P.L. 106-398, Section 612 and DODPM, paragraph 80401 and 37 USC, Section 209. 781.02

Subsistence Allowance Basic Course-Scholarship.

Covers monthly monetary allowance paid to basic course cadets who are enrolled in the scholarship program. Entitlement and legal authority are the same as covered in 781.01.

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Uniforms-Issue-in-Kind.

Covers the cost of requisitions issued by institutions using the issue-in-kind uniform system for advanced and basic cadets in support of the institutional program. Legal authority is in P.L. 88-647, and 10 USC, Section 2110. 781.04

Military School Uniform-Commutation.

Covers the cost of commutation entitlements (at prescribed rates) in lieu of uniforms for basic and advanced cadets enrolled in Senior Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) at military colleges. Commutation in lieu of uniforms is paid to cadets for the purposes of purchasing military uniforms and accessories. 781.05

Meal-Base Visits.

Covers the meal cost for the purpose of orientation visits. 781.07

Meals-Medical or Other Examinations.

Covers the cost for meals for medical examinations, and other examinations. Includes meals for cadets in the Medical Flight Screening Program. 781.08

Government Purchase Card Services.

Purchases are for cleaning, alterations, uniform accessories (rank, name tags, etc), occasional uniform items such as garrison caps and service coats or items not readily available on E-Mall.

781.09

Foreign Languages Proficiency Pay.

Stipend for ROTC cadets taking foreign language courses that will ensure airmen are able to influence operations worldwide. Supports Air Force efforts in culture and language programs to meet requirements across accession points, in professional military education and specific career fields. Project 782**

FIELD TRAINING PROGRAM.

782.01

Pay.

Covers the pay entitlement of all cadets, which is accrued during the period of field training. The rate of pay for cadets and applicants attending field training is the same as that received by Air Force Academy cadets, as provided by 37 U.S.C. 203(c). 782.02

Meals-Field Training.

Covers the cost of cadet meals at the base field ration mess during field training, under authority of P.L. 88-647. 782.03

Uniforms-Issue-in-Kind.

Covers cost of uniforms requisitioned by the detachment for issue to cadets and applicants for use during field training.

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Project 783**

JUNIOR ROTC.

Covers cost of procurement of uniforms for newly activated units and replacement items in current units. Covers meals for students authorized to participate in base visits, the Curriculumin-Action (CIA) program, Summer Leadership Schools (SLS) and Honor Camps. These trips are equivalent to the base visits program taken by Senior ROTC cadets. 783.01

Uniforms.

Covers cost of procurement of uniforms for newly activated units and replacement items in current units. Also covers alterations and cleaning of uniforms. 783.02

Meals for Junior ROTC Cadets.

Covers cost of meals for base visits, CIA, SLS and Honor Camps. 784**

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING (PDT) PROGRAM.

Includes professional development training programs for selected Professional Officer Corps (POC) cadets who have completed field training to spend one to ten weeks in job related orientation at designated training locations. Includes special training programs for AS100s (GMC cadets) to include one to six weeks of professional development training. 784.01

Professional Development Training-Pay.

Covers the daily pay of a cadet attending Professional Development Training at the same rate as anAir Force Academy cadet as provided by 37 U.S.C. 203(c). 784.02

Meals-PDT.

Covers the cost of meals for the cadet on the same basis as the cadet attending field training. 784.03 Uniforms - Issue-In-Kind. Covers cost of uniforms requisitioned by the detachment at one of five military schools for issue to cadets for use during Professional Development Training. Program 993

APPROPRIATION REFUNDS ON TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS AND THINGS.

The program provides for: (1) collecting refunds properly creditable to this appropriation not identifiable to the subsidiary classification. (2) repaying refunds collected in error. NOTE: USED ONLY BY: (a) DFAS-IN, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis IN 46249-0001. (b) DFAS-IN, OAC 45, ADSN 380100.

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Program 999

MISCELLANEOUS PERSONNEL COSTS.

The program provides for identifying: (1) deductions authorized and made for purpose of paying allotments. (2) allotment payments. (3) charges to the appropriation due to remission of indebtedness. The following subprojects are authorized for DFAS-DE (OAC 45) use only: (DFAS-DE permits exception for 999.07). Subprojects 999.01

Allotment Deductions and Repayments of Erroneous Deductions-Officers.

999.02

Allotment Payments and Collections of Erroneous Allotment Payments--Officers.

999.03

Allotment Deductions and Repayments for Erroneous Deductions-Enlisted Personnel.

999.04

Allotment Payments and Collections of Erroneous Allotment Payments--Enlisted Personnel.

999.07

Miscellaneous Personnel Costs Not Otherwise Classified.

999.08

Reimbursement of Bank Charges Participating in Direct Deposit of Pay.

999.11

Refund Receivables. Unsatisfied indebtedness upon separation and unsatisfied indebtedness of active duty members at the close of an accounting period.

999.12

Uncollectible Recertified Treasury Checks. Issued to former military members or to other persons or activities on behalf of a military member.

999.13

Waivers, Remissions, and Write-offs of Indebtedness. Non-pursuit of collection for Accounts Receivable.

Appropriation 57 X 3500

Fund Code DK

for

Officers

or

Enlisted

Description MILITARY PERSONNEL, RETROACTIVE STOP LOSS SPECIAL PAY, AIR FORCE.

This appropriation and fund code provides for Military Personnel, Retroactive Stop Loss Special Pay, Air Force.

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Appropriation 5733504

Fund Code F2

Description MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE.

This appropriation is restricted to DFAS-LI interfund processing.

Appropriation 5733700

Fund Code 50

Description RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE APPROPRIATION.

For pay and allowances, clothing, subsistence, gratuities, travel, transportation, per diem and related expenses for personnel of the Air Force Reserve on active duty under 10 U.S.C. 10211, 10305 and 8038, or while serving on active duty under 10 U.S.C. 12301, in connection with performing duty specified in 10 U.S.C. 12310, or while undergoing reserve training, or while performing drills or equivalent duty or other duty, and expenses authorized by 10 U.S.C. 2131 as authorized by law. The Reserve Personnel, Air Force Appropriation is divided into subprojects; some of which are paid out of DFAS-IN (ADSN 380100) and others paid at base level. For Project 725 only: When charges are incurred at Lackland AFB, TX costs should be paid out of DFAS Columbus (ADSN 503000). When charges are incurred at all other AETC Training Centers (Sheppard and Keesler AFBs) costs should be paid out of DFAS-IN (ADSN 380100). Types of costs in the centralized and decentralized programs are indicated below: Centralized Costs (DFAS-IN) Decentralized Costs (Base Level) Accrued Leave Commercial Quarters Early Retirement Deployment Travel Individual Clothing Allowance, Officer Incidental Expenses Pay and Allowances Individual Clothing, Enlisted Retired Pay Accrual Organizational Clothing, Enlisted SGLI Payments Organizational Clothing, Officer Special Separation Pay Per Diem Storage of Things Subsistence-in-Kind Transient Quarters Transportation Travel Budget Activity (BA) Structure: 01 Unit and Individual Training.

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Program 720**

RESERVE PERSONNEL.

This program is for pay and allowances, including FICA, clothing, subsistence, gratuities, travel, transportation, per diem, and related expenses for personnel of the Air Force Reserve on active duty under 10 U.S.C. 10211, 10305, and 8038, or while serving on active duty under 10 U.S.C. 12301, in connection with performing duty specified in 10 U.S.C. section 12310, or while undergoing reserve training, or while performing drills or equivalent duty or other duty. For 725/726/727 (Pay Group F, School Training, and Special Training) this includes the PCS and special training like entitlements for active duty tours of more than 20 weeks. Project 721**

TRAINING-PAY GROUP A UNIT PROGRAM.

For pay and allowances, including FICA, retired pay accrual, clothing, subsistence, travel, transportation, and per diem for Air Force Reserve officer and enlisted unit personnel assigned to Pay Group A (15 days active duty, 48 inactive duty drills, and additional 48 drills for flying proficiency). Subprojects 721.01

Pay and Allowances, Active Duty for Training, Officer.

721.02

Pay and Allowances, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

721.03

Pay, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Officer.

721.04

Pay, Inactive Duty Training (48 additional drills), Officer.

721.06

Pay, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Enlisted.

721.07

Pay, Inactive Duty Training (48 additional drills), Enlisted.

721.08

Individual Clothing and Uniform Allowances, Officer.

721.09

Individual Clothing, Initial Issue and Replacement, Enlisted.

721.11

Subsistence-in-Kind, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

721.12

Subsistence-in-Kind, meal tickets or contract feedings, Inactive Duty Training, Enlisted.

721.13

Per Diem, Incidental Expenses and Transportation, Active Duty, Officer.

721.15

Per Diem, Incidental Expenses and Transportation, Active Duty, Enlisted.

721.17

Per Diem and Transportation, when authorized for inactive duty training, Officer.

721.18 Enlisted.

Per Diem and Transportation, when authorized for inactive duty training,

721.19

Organizational Clothing, Officer and Enlisted.

721.20

SGLI Payments, Officer and Enlisted. (DFAS-IN Use Only).

721.21

Deployment, Commercial Transportation, Officer.

721.22

Deployment, Commercial Transportation, Enlisted.

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721.23

Deployment, Special Assigned Airlift Mission (SAAMS), Officer.

721.24

Deployment, Special Assigned Airlift Mission (SAAMS), Enlisted.

721.25

Transient Quarters, Others.

721.26

Transient Quarters, Credit Card & Reservations.

721.29

Commercial Quarters, Officer.

721.30

Commercial Quarters, Enlisted.

721.31

Deployment, Commercial Transportation (Ground), Officer.

721.32

Deployment, Commercial Transportation (Ground), Enlisted.

721.33

Pay and Allowances, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Enlisted Non Prior Service Split Tour Option.

721.34

Pay and Allowances, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Enlisted Delayed Entry Program Non Prior Service.

721.41

Retired Pay Accrual, Active Duty for Training, Officer.

721.42

Retired Pay Accrual, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

721.43

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Officer.

721.44

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (48 additional drills), Officer.

721.45

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training, (48 drills), Enlisted.

721.46

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training, (48 additional drills), Enlisted.

721.47

SGLI, Family Coverage, O/E. (DFAS-IN Use Only).

721.48

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Enlisted Non Prior Split Tour Option.

721.49

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Enlisted Delayed EntryProgram Non Prior Service.

721.80

BAH Annual Training Officer.

721.90

BAH Annual Training Enlisted.

Project 722**

TRAINING-PAY GROUP B IMA PROGRAM.

For pay and allowances, including FICA, retired pay accrual, clothing, subsistence, travel, transportation, and per diem for Air Force Reserve officer and enlisted personnel assigned to Pay Group B IMA Program, Categories A, B and D (15 days active duty and either 48 or 24 inactive duty drills and additional 48 drills for flying proficiency). Subprojects 722.01

Pay and Allowances, Active Duty for Training, Officer.

722.02

Pay and Allowances, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

722.03

Pay, Inactive Duty Training (24 drills), Officer.

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722.04

Pay, Inactive Duty Training (24 drills), Enlisted.

722.05

Pay, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Officer.

722.06

Pay, Inactive Duty Training (48 additional drills), Officer.

722.07

Pay, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Enlisted.

722.08

Pay, Inactive Duty Training (48 additional drills), Enlisted.

722.09

Individual Clothing, Initial Issue/Replacement, Enlisted.

722.13

Per Diem and Transportation Expenses, Active Duty, Officer.

722.15

Per Diem and Transportation Expenses, Active Duty, Enlisted.

722.17

Per Diem and Transportation Expenses, Inactive Duty, Officer.

722.18

Per Diem and Transportation Expenses, Inactive Duty, Enlisted.

722.19

Organizational Clothing, Officer/Enlisted.

722.20

SGLI Payments, Officer and Enlisted (DFAS-IN Use Only).

722.21

Individual Clothing and Uniform Allowances, Officer.

722.24

Subsistence-in-Kind of Enlisted, Active Duty for Training.

722.25

Subsistence-in-Kind, meal tickets or contract feeding of Enlisted, Inactive Duty Training.

722.27

Transient Quarters, Officers.

722.28

Transient Quarters, Enlisted.

722.29

Commercial Quarters, Officer.

722.30

Commercial Quarters, Enlisted.

722.31

Retired Pay Accrual, Active Duty for Training, Officer.

722.32

Retired Pay Accrual, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

722.33

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (24 drills), Officer.

722.34

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (24 drills), Enlisted.

722.35

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Officer.

722.36

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (48 additional drills), Officer.

722.37

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (48 drills), Enlisted.

722.38

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (48 additional drills), Enlisted.

722.47

SGLI, Family Coverage, O/E.

722.80

BAH AD Training Officer.

722.90

BAH AD Training Enlisted.

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Project 723** Defense Health Care Program Accrual, Pay GP A, Pay GP B, Pay GP F. Note: Project 723 is not being used. Project 725**

TRAINING-PAY GROUP F NON-PRIOR SERVICE.

For pay and allowances, including FICA, retired pay accrual, clothing, subsistence, travel, transportation, and per diem of Air Force Reserve enlisted personnel assigned to Pay Group F (12 weeks minimum initial active duty training). Subprojects 725.01

Pay and Allowances – Initial Active Duty Training (Normal BMT & 3 level tech School).

725.02

Pay and Allowances – Initial Active Duty Training (Split Tour Option BMT & 3 level tech school).

725.03

Individual Clothing, Initial Issue.

725.04

Subsistence-in-Kind.

725.05

Travel – Initial Active Duty Training (nonprior service).

725.06

Travel – Initial Active Duty Training (3-level Technical school for split tour option).

725.11

Retired Pay Accrual – Initial Active Duty Training (Normal BMT & 3 level Tech school).

725.12

Retired Pay Accrual – Initial Active Duty Training (Split Tour Option BMT & 3level tech school).

725.18

Transportation and Storage of Things, Enlisted.

725.28

Accured Leave, Enlisted

725.90

BAH AD Training Enlisted.

Project 726**

SCHOOL TRAINING.

For costs associated with Air Force Reserve personnel performing tours of paid active duty for training as students at regular, associate, refresher, and technical courses of service schools, area schools, unit schools, officer training schools, and other installations which provide training applicable to the individual's assignment. Includes PCS entitlement for active duty tours of 20 weeks or more. Subprojects 726.01

Pay and Allowances, Undergraduate Pilot Training, (UPT) and Undergraduate Navigator Training (UNT), Officer.

726.02

Pay and Allowances, Schools, other than UPT/UNT, Officer.

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 726.03

Pay and Allowances, Schools, Enlisted.

726.04

Uniform Allowances, UPT/UNT, Officer.

726.05

Uniform Allowances, Schools (other than UPT/UNT), Officer.

726.08

Subsistence-in-Kind.

726.10

Per Diem, and Transportation Expenses, UPT/UNT, Officer.

726.13

Per Diem, and Transportation, (other than UPT/UNT) Officer.

726.15

Per Diem, and Transportation, (other than UPT/UNT) Enlisted.

726.17

Transportation and Storage of Things, Officer.

726.18

Transportation and Storage of Things, Enlisted.

726.19

Course/Tuition Payment Officer

726.20

Course/Tuition Payment, Enlisted

726.27

Accrued Leave, Officer.

726.28

Accrued Leave, Enlisted.

726.31

Retired Pay Accrual, UPT/UNT, Officer.

726.32

Retired Pay Accrual, Schools, (other than UPT/UNT) Officer.

726.33

Retired Pay Accrual, Schools, Enlisted.

726.80

BAH School Training, Officer.

726.90

BAH School Training, Enlisted.

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Project 727**

SPECIAL TRAINING.

Special Tours are used to supplement AT and IDT when the member needs additional training to achieve or maintain a required skill or skill level in their assigned AFSC. Special Tours may be used to maintain or increase the member’s mobilization readiness in support of Reserve needs. Special Tours must provide a primary training content to the member during tours involving organized and planned specialized skill training, combat crew training, unit conversion training, refresher and proficiency training, officer acquisition training, professional development education programs, etc. Special Tours may also be used to provide direct staff support to Reserve component programs in which training for the member itself is not the primary objective, but a significant outcome. Projects include annual screening, unit conversion to new weapon systems, supporting study groups, training site visitations and exercises, short-term mission projects, administrative support functions, conferences, staff visits, counter drug tours, Innovative Readiness Training (IRT). Subprojects 727.01

Pay and Allowances, Officer.

727.02

Pay and Allowances, Enlisted.

727.03

Individual Clothing and Uniform Allowances, Officer.

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727.05

Subsistence-in-Kind, Enlisted.

727.13

Per Diem, and Transportation, Active Duty for Training, Officer.

727.15

Per Diem, and Transportation, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

727.17

Transportation and Storage of Things, Officer.

727.18

Transportation and Storage of Things, Enlisted.

727.21

Deployment, Commercial Transportation, Officer.

727.22

Deployment, Commercial Transportation, Enlisted.

727.23

Deployment, Special Assigned Airlift Mission (SAAMS), Officer.

727.24

Deployment, Special Assigned Airlift Mission (SAAMS), Enlisted.

727.25

Transient Quarters, Others.

727.26

Transient Quarters, Credit Card & Reservations.

727.27

Accrued Leave, Officer.

727.28

Accrued Leave, Enlisted.

727.29

Commercial Quarters, Officer.

727.30

Commercial Quarters, Enlisted.

727.31

Deployment, Commercial Transportation (Ground), Officer.

727.32

Deployment, Commercial Transportation (Ground), Enlisted.

727.41

Retired Pay Accrual, Special, Officer.

727.42

Retired Pay Accrual, Special, Enlisted.

727.80

BAH Special Training, Officer.

727.90

BAH Special Training, Enlisted.

727.99

Mass Transit Subsidy, Traditional Reservist.

Project 728**

READINESS MANAGEMENT PERIODS AND OTHER.

728.01

Pay and Allowances, Inactive Duty Training (24 RMPs) Officer.

728.02

Pay and Allowances, Inactive Duty Training (24 RMPs) Enlisted.

728.03

Retired Pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (24 RMPs) Officer.

728.04

Retired pay Accrual, Inactive Duty Training (24 RMPs) Enlisted.

728.09

Uniforms Requirement for Military Funeral Honors.

728.20

Miscellaneous Charges not Otherwise Accounted For.

728.61

Military Funeral Honors (MFH) Stipend, Officer.

728.62

Military Funeral Honors (MFH) Stipend, Enlisted.

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 728.63

Per Diem and Transportation when authorized for MFH.

728.64

Pay, IDT, Military Funeral Honors/Officer.

728.65

Pay, IDT, Military funeral Honors/Enlisted.

728.66

Retirement Accrual, IDT, Military funeral Honors/Officer.

728.67

Retirement Accrual, IDT, Military Funeral Honors/Enlisted.

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Project 729**

RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL (For DFASIN Use Only).

NOTE: Project 729 is not being used. Project 731**

FULL-TIME ACTIVE DUTY

For costs associated with Air Force Reserve officers and enlisted personnel while on active duty under 10, U.S.C. 10211, 12301, 12310, 10305, and 8038. Such costs, in addition to pay and allowance, FICA, retired pay accrual and PCS travel and transportation, include travel of members' dependents and transportation of baggage and household goods, as authorized by law. Subprojects 731.01

Pay and Allowances, Officer.

731.02

Pay and Allowances, Enlisted.

731.03

Uniform Allowances, Officer.

731.04

Uniform Allowances, Enlisted.

731.11

Per Diem and Transportation of Personnel, PCS, Officer.

731.12

Per Diem and Transportation of Personnel, PCS, Enlisted.

731.15

Transportation and Storage of Things, Officer.

731.16

Transportation and Storage of Things, Enlisted.

731.31

Adoption Expense Reimbursement, Officer.

731.32

Adoption Expense Reimbursement, Enlisted.

731.41

Retired Pay Accrual, Full-Time Active Duty, Officer.

731.42

Retired Pay Accrual, Full-Time Active Duty, Enlisted.

731.80

BAH Domestic w/Dependents, Off, Full Time Active Duty.

731.81

BAH Domestic w/o Dependents, Off, Full Time Active Duty.

731.82

BAH Domestic Partial, Off, Full Time Active Duty.

731.83

BAH Domestic Inadequate, Off, Full Time Active Duty.

731.84

BAH Overseas w/Dependents, Off, Full Time Active Duty.

731.85

BAH Overseas w/o Dependents, Off, Full Time Active Duty.

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731.90

BAH Domestic w/Dependents, Enl, Full Time Active Duty.

731.91

BAH Domestic w/o Dependents, Enl, Full Time Active Duty.

731.92

BAH Domestic Partial, Enl, Full Time Active Duty.

731.93

BAH Domestic Inadequate, Enl, Full Time Active Duty.

731.94

BAH Overseas w/Dependents, Enl, Full Time Active Duty.

731.95

BAH Overseas w/o Dependents, Enl, Full Time Active Duty.

731.99

Mass Transit Subsidy, Active Guard Reserve.

Project 734** DISABILITY, HOSPITALIZATION, DEATH GRATUITY, SELECTED RESERVE HEALTH PROFESSION STIPEND, AND OTHER COSTS. For pay and allowances, including FICA, retired pay accrual, travel and transportation, and per diem associated with Air Force Reserve officers and enlisted personnel who suffer injury or contract diseases in line of duty while participating in active or inactive duty training, except as covered by orders issued prior to disability. For death gratuity payments to beneficiaries of Air Force Reserve officer and enlisted personnel who die while participating in active or inactive duty training. For payment of Selective Reserve members in Health Profession who qualify for stipend program. For other payments determined appropriate that do not belong to other projects. Subprojects DISABILITY AND HOSPITALIZATION. 734.01

Line of Duty/Incapacitation Pay, Officer.

734.02

Line of Duty/Incapacitation Pay, Enlisted.

734.03

Pay and Allowances, Disability Severance, Officer.

734.04

Pay and Allowances, Disability Severance, Enlisted.

734.11

Per Diem/ Transportation of Persons Disability and Hospitalization, Officer.

734.13

Per Diem/ Transportation of Persons Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted.

734.21

Retired Pay Accrual, Disability/Hospitalization, Officer.

734.22

Retired Pay Accrual, Disability/Hospitalization, Enlisted. DEATH GRATUITY

734.51

Death Gratuity Payment, Officer.

734.52

Death Gratuity Payment, Enlisted. SELECTED RESERVE HEALTH PROFESSION STIPEND

734.61

Selected Reserve HPT Stipend. HPT Physician and Graduate Nurses, Drill Personnel.

734.62

Selected Reserve HPT Stipend, HPT 3rd and 4th Year Baccalaureate Nurses, Drill

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Personnel. OTHER CHARGES 734.71

Charges Against Lapsed Appropriation, Officers.

734.72

Charges Against Lapsed Appropriation, Enlisted.

734.73

Thrift Savings Plan, Breakage Fees.

734.74

Personnel Tempo (PERSTEMPO).

734.80

BAH, Disability and Hospitalization, Officer

734.90

BAH, Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted

734.99

BAS Reform, Meal Collections, Officer & Enlisted.

Project 735**

INDIVIDUAL READY RESERVE TRAINING AND SCREENING.

For pay and allowances, travel, transportation, per diem and muster pay for members of the Individual Ready Reserve who participate in active duty for training or IRR annual screening. Subprojects 735.01

Pay and Allowances, other than HPT, Officer.

735.02

Pay and Allowances, other than HPT, Enlisted.

735.03

Pay and Allowances, HPT Physicians and Graduate Nurses, Initial Training.

735.04

Pay and Allowances, HPT Physicians and Graduate Nurses, Refresher Training.

735.05

Stipend, HPT Physicians and Graduate Nurses.

735.06

Pay and Allowances, HPT 3rd & 4th Yr Baccalaureate Nurses, Initial Training.

735.07

Pay and Allowances, HPT 3rd & 4th Yr Baccalaureate Nurses, Refresher Training.

735.08

Stipend, HPT 3rd & 4th Yr Baccalaureate Nurses.

735.09

IRR Screening One-Day Muster Pay, Officer.

735.10

IRR Screening One-Day Muster Pay, Enlisted.

735.11

Per Diem and Transportation Expenses, other than HPT, Officer.

735.13

Per Diem and Transportation Expenses, other than HPT, Enlisted.

735.15

Per Diem and Transportation Expenses, HPT Physicians and Graduate Nurses.

735.17

Per Diem and Transportation Expenses, HPT 3rd & 4th Yr Baccalaureate Nurses.

735.21

Retired Pay Accrual, other than HPT, Officer.

735.22

Retired Pay Accrual, other than HPT, Enlisted.

735.23

Retired Pay Accrual, HPT Physicians and Graduate Nurses. (Initial/Refresher Training).

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735.24

Retired Pay Accrual, HPT 3 rd & 4th Yr Baccalaureate Nurses.

735.61

Stipend, Pay, IRR, Military Funeral Honors, Officers.

735.62

Stipend, Pay, IRR, Military Funeral Honors, Enlisted.

Project 739**

BONUS INCENTIVES INCLUDING MONTGOMERY GI BILL.

For costs associated with initial and anniversary payments to Air Force Reserve officer and enlisted personnel who qualify for bonus incentives. 739.01

Enlistment Bonus (nonprior service), Initial Payment.

739.02

Enlistment Bonus (nonprior service), Anniversary Payment.

739.03

Reenlistment Bonus, 3 Year, Initial Payment.

739.04

Reenlistment Bonus, 3 Year, Anniversary Payment.

739.05

Reenlistment Bonus, 6 Year, Initial Payment.

739.06

Reenlistment Bonus, 6 Year, Anniversary Payment.

739.07

Enlisted Bonus (Prior Service), 3 Year, Initial Payment.

739.08

Enlisted Bonus (Prior Service), 3 Year, Anniversary Payment.

739.09

Enlisted Bonus (Prior Service), 6 Year, Initial Payment.

739.10

Enlisted Bonus (Prior Service), 6 Year, Anniversary Payment.

739.11

Selective Affiliation Bonus, Initial Payment.

739.12

Selective Affiliation Bonus, Anniversary Payment.

739.13

Officer Accession/Affiliation Bonus, Initial Payment.

739.14

Officer Accession/Affiliation Bonus, Anniversary Payment.

739.15

Initial Student Loan Repayment, Enlisted

739.16

Anniversary Student Loan Repayment, Enlisted

739.17

Educational Loan Repayment Bonus, Health Professionals, Initial Payment.

739.18

Educational Loan Repayment Bonus, Health Professionals, Anniversary Payment.

739.19

Critically Short Wartime Health Specialists Bonus, Initial Payment.

739.20

Critically Short Wartime Health Specialists Bonus, Anniversary Payment.

739.48

GI Bill Amortization.

739.49

GI Bill Lump Sum Retroactive.

739.50

GI Bill Normal Cost Enhanced Benefit.

739.51

Educational Benefits Payment (GI Bill), Officer.

739.52

Educational Benefits Payment (GI Bill), Enlisted.

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Montgomery GI Bill Kicker, Officer.

739.54

Montgomery GI Bill Kicker, Enlisted.

739.55

Tuition Assistance, Officer.

739.56

Tuition Assistance, Enlisted.

739.57

Foreign Language Proficiency Pay, Officer.

739.58

Foreign Language Proficiency Pay, Enlisted.

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Program 785**

HEALTH PROFESSIONS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (HPSP).

This project is for military personnel participating in the Health Professions Scholarship program as commissioned officers in the Air Force Reserve. Subprojects 785.01 Stipend pay, including FICA, for students pursuing a course of study at an accredited college, university, or institution in medicine, dentistry, or other health professions, leading to a degree related to the health professions. (ADSN 380100 only). 785.02 Pay and allowances, including FICA, of members enrolled in the Health Professions Scholarship program while serving on active duty for training. (ADSN 380100 only). 785.04 Initial individual clothing and uniform and maintenance allowances. (ADSN 380100 only). 785.05

Financial Assistance Grant. (ADSN 380100 only).

785.06

$20,000 Critical Skills Accession Bonus (CSAB), Officer.

785.41

For Travel of Students to and from base assigned for active duty for training.

785.42

For Per Diem of Students to and from base assigned for active duty for training.

785.80

BAH, HPSP Officer.

Project 786**

MEDICAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Subprojects 786.01

Stipend pay, including FICA, for students pursuing a course of study at an accredited college, university, or institution in medicine, dentistry, or other health professions, leading to a degree related to the health professions. (ADSN 380100 only).

786.02

Pay and allowances, including FICA, of members enrolled in the Health Professions Scholarship program while serving on active duty for training. (ADSN 380100 only).

786.04

Initial individual clothing and uniform and maintenance allowances. (ADSN 380100 only).

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786.05

Financial Assistance Grant. (ADSN 380100 only).

786.41

For Travel of Students to and from base assigned for active duty for training.

786.42

For Per Diem of Students to and from base assigned for active duty for training.

786.80

BAH, FAP Officer.

Project 795**

RELIGIOUS PROFESSIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (RPSP).

Subprojects 795.01

Stipend pay, including FICA, for students pursuing a course of study at an accredited college, university, or institution in a post-baccaluareate graduate degree in the field of, theology or related studies which may include graduate courses in pastoral counseling, social work, and religious education. (ADSN 380100 only).

795.02

Pay and allowances, including FICA, of members enrolled in the Religious Professional Scholarship program while serving on active duty for training. (ADSN 380100 only).

795.04

Initial individual clothing and uniform and maintenance allowances. (ADSN 380100 only).

795.41

For Travel of Students to and from base assigned for active duty for training.

795.42

For Per Diem of Students to and from base assigned for active duty for training.

795.80

BAH, RPSP Officer.

Project 993**

APPROPRIATION REFUNDS ON TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS AND THINGS.

For collection of refunds unidentifiable with the subsidiary account classification of the source appropriation and for repayments of refunds collected in error. RESTRICTED FOR USE BY: DFAS-IN, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis IN 46249-0001. NOTE: Repayments administered by Defense Finance and Accounting Service, Denver CO 80279-5000 - Operating Agency Code 48, ADSN 525725.

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Project 999**

MISCELLANEOUS PERSONNEL COSTS.

Subprojects RESTRICTED TO USE BY DFAS-IN (OAC 45), ADSN 380100. 999.07

Miscellaneous Personnel Costs Not Otherwise Classified.

999.08

Reimbursement of Bank Charges for Personnel Participating in Direct Deposit of Pay.

999.11

Refund Receivables. Unsatisfied indebtedness upon separation and unsatisfied indebtedness of active duty members at the close of an accounting period.

999.12

Uncollectible Recertified Treasury Checks. Issued to military members or to other persons or activities on behalf of a military member.

999.13

Waivers, Remissions, and Write-offs of Indebtedness. Accounts Receivable for which collection will not be pursued.

999.14

Undeliverable Military Payroll.

999.20

Transportation Incentive.

Fund Appropriation Code Description 5733850 56 NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE APPROPRIATION. For pay, allowances, clothing, subsistence, gratuities, travel, and related expenses for personnel of the Air National Guard on active duty under 10 U.S.C. 10211, 8033, or 12402, or 32 U.S.C. 708, or while serving on active duty under 10 U.S.C. 12301(d) or 32 U.S.C. 502(f) in connection with performing duty specified in 10 U.S.C. 12310, or while undergoing training, or while performing drills or equivalent duty, or other duty, and expenses authorized by 10 U.S.C. 2131, as authorized by law. The primary programs of this appropriation are Unit and Individual Training (P520) and Other Training and Support (P540). Budget Activity (BA) Structure: 01 Unit and Individual Training/Other Training and Support. Program 520

UNIT AND INDIVIDUAL TRAINING.

This program provides for the pay and allowances, retired pay accrual, clothing, subsistence, travel and related costs for Air National Guard personnel assigned to Pay Group A, F or P training status. Travel entitlements in this program include TDY for active duty training of less than 20 weeks and PCS travel for active duty training for duration of 20 weeks or more. The unit and individual training P520 program includes projects 521, 522, and 523.

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Project 521**

TRAINING, PAY GROUP A.

This project is for costs associated with Pay Group A personnel performing 15 days active duty for training, 48 inactive duty drills as authorized by law, an additional 36 or 48 drills for personnel on flying status and training period preparation assemblies for part-time personnel with trainer responsibilities. Subprojects 521.01

Basic Pay, Active Duty for Training, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.02

Other Pay and Allowances, Active Duty for Training, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.03

Basic Pay, Unit Training Assemblies (48 inactive duty drills), Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.04

Other Pay, Unit Training Assemblies (48 inactive duty drills), Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.05

Basic Pay, Proficiency Training (Inactive Duty Training), Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.06

Other Pay, Proficiency Training (Inactive Duty Training), Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.07

Basic Pay, Additional Flying Training Periods (36 or 48 Inactive Duty Periods), Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.08

Other Pay, Additional Flying Training Periods (36 or 48 Inactive Duty Periods), Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.09

Basic Pay, Training Period Preparation Assemblies, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.10

Other Pay and Allowances, Training Period Preparation Assemblies, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.11

Basic Pay, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

521.12

Other Pay and Allowances, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

521.13

Basic Pay, Unit Training Assemblies (48 Inactive Duty Drills), Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

521.14

Other Pay, Unit Training Assemblies (48 Inactive Duty Drills), Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

521.15

Basic Pay, Proficiency Training (Inactive Duty Training), Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

521.16

Other Pay, Proficiency Training (Inactive Duty Training), Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

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521.17

Basic Pay, Additional Flying Training Periods (36 or 48 Inactive Duty Periods), Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

521.18

Other Pay, Additional Flying Training Periods (36 or 48 Inactive Duty Periods), Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

521.19

Basic Pay, Training Period Preparation Assemblies, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

521.20

Other Pay and Allowances, Training Period Preparation Assemblies, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

521.21

Uniform Gratuities, Officers.

521.22

Initial and Replacement Individual Clothing, Prior Service, Enlisted.

521.32

Subsistence-in-Kind, Other Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

521.33

Subsistence-in-Kind, Inactive Duty for Training, Enlisted.

521.45

Per Diem and Transportation, Active Duty for Training, Officers.

521.48

PCS Transportation & Storage of Things

521.49

Defense Health Program Accrual, Officers.

521.50

Defense Health Program Accrual, Enlisted.

521.55

Per Diem and Transportation, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

521.56

Funeral Honors Duty Allowance, Officers.

521.57

Funeral Honors Duty Allowance, Enlisted.

521.60

Special Pay, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.61

Special Pay, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

521.70

BAH Annual Training Officer.

521.71

BAH Annual Training Enlisted.

521.97

Retired Pay Accrual, Pay Group A, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

521.98 Retired Pay Accrual, Pay Group A, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only). 521.99

Problem Disbursements.

Project 522**

TRAINING, PAY GROUP F.

Use this project for costs associated with Air National Guard basic trainees performing initial period of active duty for training, including consecutive tours at service and technical schools or on-the-job training. Subprojects 522.11

Basic Pay, Initial Active Duty for Training, Nonprior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

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522.12

Other Pay and Allowances, Initial Active Duty for Training, Nonprior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

522.22

Initial Issue, Individual Clothing, Initial Active Duty for Training, Nonprior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 660700 only).

522.32

Subsistence-in-Kind, Initial Active Duty for Training, Nonprior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

522.49

Defense Health Program Accrual, Officers.

522.50

Defense Health Program Accrual, Enlisted.

522.55

Per Diem and Transportation, Initial Active Duty for Training, Nonprior Service, Enlisted. This includes billeting fees for BMTS.

522.58

PCS expenses to include, Per Diem, Mileage, Transportation and Storage of Things (includes unaccompanied baggage), Initial Active Duty for Training, Nonprior Service, Enlisted.

522.60

Special Pay, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

522.71

BAH BMT Enlisted.

522.98

Retired Pay Accrual, Pay Group F, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

Project 523**

TRAINING, PAY GROUP P.

Use this project for costs associated with Pay Group P personnel performing up to 36 paid drills before entering into initial active duty training. Subprojects 523.13

Basic Pay, Unit Training Assemblies (up to 36 Inactive Duty Drills), Nonprior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

523.14

Other Pay and Allowances, Unit Training Assemblies (Up to 36 Inactive Duty Drills), Nonprior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

523.22

Partial Issue, Individual Clothing, Nonprior Service (Awaiting Initial Active Duty), Enlisted.

523.33

Subsistence-in-Kind, Inactive Duty Training, Nonprior Service, Enlisted.

523.98

Retired Pay Accrual, Pay Group P, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

Program 540**

OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT.

This program provides for the pay and allowances, retired pay accrual, clothing, subsistence, travel and related costs for Air National Guard personnel performing paid active duty other than those covered by Program 520, Unit and Individual Training. Travel entitlements in this program include TDY for active duty training or full-time training duty of less than 20 weeks and PCS travel for active duty, active duty training, or full-time training duty for duration of 20 weeks or more. Also provides above allowances for personnel of the Air National Guard while on active

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duty according to 10 U.S.C. 10211, 12301, 12310, 8033, and 12402, or 32 U.S.C. 502 and 708. The other training and support P540 program includes projects 541, 542, 543, and 544. Project 541**

SCHOOL TRAINING.

This project is for costs associated with Air National Guard personnel performing tours of paid full-time training duty or active duty for training duty as students at regular, associate, refresher, and technical courses of service schools, area schools, unit schools, officer training schools, and other installations that provide training applicable to the individual's assignment. Subprojects 541.01

Basic Pay, School Training, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

541.02

Other Pay and Allowances, School Training, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

541.03

BAH Officer (ADSN 380100) School Trng.

541.11

Basic Pay, School Training, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

541.12

Other Pay and Allowances, School Training, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

541.13

BAH Enlisted (ADSN 380100) School Trng.

541.21

Uniform Gratuities, School Training, Officers.

541.23

Initial and Replacement Costs, Individual Clothing, School Training, Enlisted.

541.32

Subsistence-in-Kind, School Training, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 and 414401 only).

541.45

Per Diem and Transportation, School Training, Officers.

541.48

PCS expenses including Per Diem, Transportation and Storage of Things, School Training, Officers.

541.55

Per Diem and Transportation, School Training, Enlisted.

541.58

Transportation and Storage of Things, School Training, Enlisted.

541.61

Special Pay, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

541.62

Special Pay, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

541.97

Retired Pay Accrual, School Training, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

541.98

Retired Pay Accrual, School Training, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

Project 542**

SPECIAL TRAINING.

This project is for costs associated with Air National Guard personnel performing tours of paid active duty for training, or full-time training duty for periods of 179 days or less other than those covered by pay groups, school training, and administration and support. These include ANG Air Defense and Strategic Air Command Alerts, JCS Exercises, AF Mission Support, Conversions, and other special training necessary to improve combat proficiency and to increase mobilization

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readiness of Air National Guard units. Also includes costs for active duty to perform drug interdiction work. Subprojects 542.01

Basic Pay, Special Training, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

542.02

Other Pay and Allowances, Special Training, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

542.03

Basic Pay, ADOS Officers (380100 only).

542.04

Other Pay and Allowances, ADOS Officers (380100 only).

542.05

BAH Officer (ADSN 380100) Special Trng.

542.06

BAH Officer (ADSN 380100) ADOS.

542.11

Basic Pay, Special Training, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

542.12

Other Pay and Allowances, Special Training, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

542.13

Basic Pay, ADOS Enlisted (380100 only).

542.14

Other Pay and Allowances, ADOS Enlisted (380100 only).

542.15

BAH Enlisted (ADSN 380100) Special Trng.

542.16

BAH Enlisted (ADSN 380100) ADOS.

542.21

Uniform Gratuities, Special Training, Officers.

542.23

Replacement Costs, Individual Clothing, Special Training, Enlisted.

542.32

Subsistence-in-Kind, Other Special Training, Enlisted.

542.43

PCS Expenses including Per Diem, Transportation and Storage of Things, ADOS, Officer.

542.44

Per Diem & Trans ADOS Officers.

542.45

Per Diem and Transportation, Special Training, Officers.

542.48

PCS Expenses including Per Diem, Transportation and Storage of Things, Special Training, Officer.

542.53

PCS Expenses including Per Diem, Transportation and Storage of Things, ADOS, Enlisted.

542.54

Per Diem & Trans ADOS Enlisted.

542.55

Per Diem and Transportation, Special Training, Enlisted.

542.58

PCS Expenses including Per Diem, Transportation and Storage of Things, Special Training, Enlisted.

542.61

Special Pay, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

542.62

Special Pay, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

542.69

Separation Pay, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

542.70

Separation Pay, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

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Retired Pay Accrual, Special Training, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

542.98

Retired Pay Accrual, Special Training, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

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Project 543**

ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT.

This project is for costs associated with Air National Guard personnel while on active guard or reserve (AGR) duty under 10 U.S.C. 10211, 12301(d), 678(a), 8033 and 12402, and 32 U.S.C. 502(f) and 708, and for PCS travel of dependents and transportation and storage of baggage and household goods, as authorized by law; for death gratuity payments to beneficiaries of Air National Guard personnel who die while participating in active or inactive duty training; for payment of educational assistance, enlistment bonuses, reenlistment bonuses, selective affiliation bonuses, student loan repayments, Servicemen's Group Life Insurance payments due the Veterans Administration and for pay and allowances and appropriate travel during periods of disability and hospitalization for members of the Air National Guard who suffer injury or contract a disease in the line of duty while participating in active and inactive duty training status. Personnel injured on active duty continue in a paid active duty status until the tour completion date stated in the orders. If disability continues beyond that date, personnel are entitled to disability and hospitalization pay under this project, but not to include travel from place of disability or hospitalization to home station that is chargeable to travel funds stated in active duty orders. Other authorized travel performed while in a disability status will be charged to this project. Subprojects 543.01

Basic Pay, AGR, Officers, PERMANENT, (ADSN 380100 only).

543.02

Other Pay and Allowances, AGR, Officers, PERMANENT) (ADSN 380100 only).

543.03

Basic Pay, Disability and Hospitalization, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.04

Other Pay and Allowances, Disability and Hospitalization, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.05

Basic Pay, AGR, Officers, Temporary, (ADSN 380100 only).

543.06

Other Pay, AGR, Officers, Temporary, (ADSN 380100 only).

543.07

Funeral Honor Duty Allowance, Officers.

543.08

Severely Disabled Compensation Program, Officers.

543.09

$30,000 Lump Sum Bonus, Officers.

543.11

Basic Pay, AGR, Enlisted, PERMANENT, (ADSN 380100 only).

543.12

Other Pay and Allowances, AGR, Enlisted, PERMANENT, (ADSN 380100 only).

543.13

Basic Pay, Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted, Permanent, (ADSN 380100 only).

543.14

Other Pay and Allowances, Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted (ADSN 380100). Only).

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543.15

Basic Pay, AGR, Enlisted, Temporary, (ADSN 380100 only).

543.16

Other Pay, AGR, Enlisted, Temporary, (ADSN 380100 only).

543.17

Funeral Honor Duty Allowance, Enlisted.

543.18

Severely Disabled Compensation Program, Enlisted.

543.19

$30,000 Lump Sum Bonus, Enlisted.

543.20

Family Separation Allowance, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.21

Uniform Gratuities, AGR, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.22

Aviation Career Incentive Pay, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.23

Aviation Career Incentive Pay, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.24

Initial Clothing Monetary Allowance, AGR, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.25

Basic Clothing Maintenance Allowance, AGR, Enlisted, (ADSN 380100 only).

543.26

Standard Clothing Maintenance Allowance, AGR, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.27

Special Supplementary Clothing Allowance, AGR, Enlisted (ADSN 380100).

543.28

BAH Officer (ADSN 380100, AGR).

543.29

BAH Enlisted (ADSN 380100, AGR).

543.30

Initial Chaplain Loan Repayment (ADSN 380100).

543.31

Anniversary Chaplain Loan Repayment (ADSN 380100).

543.32

Initial Health Care Professional Stipend (Residency & Med Student) (ADSN 380100).

543.33

Anniversary Health Care Professional Stipend (Residency & Med Student) (ADSN 380100).

543.34

Initial Health Care Professional Stipend (Bachelorette Student) (ADSN 380100).

543.35

Anniversary Health Care Professional Stipend (Bachelorette Student) (ADSN 380100).

543.36

Initial Health Care Professional Cash Bonus ($45K) (ADSN 380100).

543.37

Anniversary Health Care Professional Cash Bonus ($45K) (ADSN 380100).

543.40

Other Separation Pay, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.41

Other Separation Pay, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.44

Travel & Per Diem Funded AGR School (Officer).

543.45

PCS Per Diem and Transportation, AGR, Officers.

543.46

Per Diem and Transportation, Disability and Hospitalization, Officers.

543.47

Transportation Subsidy, Officer.

543.48

PCS Expenses including Per Diem, Transportation and Storage of Things, AGR, Officers.

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543.49

Defense Health Program Accrual, Officers.

543.50

Defense Health Program Accrual, Enlisted.

543.51

Thrift Savings Plan.

543.54

Travel & Per Diem Funded AGR School (Enlisted).

543.55

PCS Per Diem and Transportation, AGR, Enlisted.

543.56

Per Diem and Transportation, Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted.

543.57

Transportation Subsidy, Enlisted.

543.58

PCS Expenses including Per Diem, Transportation and Storage of Things, AGR, Enlisted.

543.59

Serviceman’s Group Life Insurance (SGLI) Payments, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.60

Serviceman’s Group Life Insurance (SGLI) Payments, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.61

Death Gratuities, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.62

Death Gratuities, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.63

SGLI Payments Officers & Enlisted

543.64

Special Separation Benefit-6-15 Years-AGR Officer (ADSN 380100 only).

543.65

Special Separation Benefit-6-15 Years-AGR Enlisted (ADSN 38100 only).

543.66

Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI)--AGR--Officers (ADSN 380100).

543.67

VSI--AGR--Enlisted (ADSN 380100).

543.69

Temporary Early Retirement-15-20 Years-AGR Officer (ADSN 380100 only).

543.70

Temporary Early Retirement-15-20 Years-AGR Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.71

Initial Enlistment Bonus-6 years-Nonprior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.72

Anniversary Enlistment Bonus-6 years-Nonprior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.73

Anniversary Affiliation Bonus– 3 Years, Enlisted (ADSN 380100).

543.74

Anniversary Educational Assistance, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only). Authorized only for enlistments into the Air National Guard before 1 July 1985.

543.75

Initial Reenlistment Bonus-3 Years, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.76

Anniversary Reenlistment Bonus-3 Years, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.77

Initial Reenlistment Bonus-6 Years, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.78

Anniversary Reenlistment Bonus-6 Years, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.79

Initial Affiliation Bonus-3 Years, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

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543.80

Officer Accession & Affiliation Bonus (ADSN 380100).

543.81

Initial Affiliation Bonus-6 years, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.82

Anniversary Affiliation Bonus-More Than 18 Months, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.83

Initial Student Loan Repayment, Enlisted (ADSN 415300 only).

543.84

Anniversary Student Loan Repayment, Enlisted (ADSN 415300 only).

543.85

Initial Student Loan Repayments-Health Professionals, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.86

Anniversary Student Loan Repayments-Health Professionals, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.87

Initial Enlistment Bonus-3 years-Prior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.88

Anniversary Enlistment Bonus-3 years-Prior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.89

Anniversary Enlistment Bonus-Prior Service-6 years, Enlisted. (ADSN 380100 only).

543.90

Anniversary Enl. Bonus, Prior service - 6 YR En (ADSN 380100 only).

543.91

Selected Reserve (ANG) Transition Benefits–20 years–Officer (ADSN 380100 only).

543.92

Selected Reserve (ANG) Transition Benefits–20 years–Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.93

Selected Reserve (ANG) Transition Benefits–6-15 years–Officer (ADSN 380100 only).

543.94

Selected Reserve (ANG) Transition Benefits–6 - 15 years–Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.95

Medical Officer Bonus Initial.

543.96

Medical Officer Bonus Anniversary.

543.97

Retired Pay Accrual, Administration and Support, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.98

Retired Pay Accrual, Administration and Support, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

Project 544**

EDUCATION BENEFITS.

Use this project for all costs associated with the payment to the Department of Defense Education Benefits fund for educational assistance of eligible Air National Guard military personnel. For purposes of eligibility, individuals must enlist, reenlist or extend for not less than six years on or after 1 July 1985. Make actual payments to individuals by the Veterans Administration from funds transferred from the trust account.

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Subprojects 544.91

Education Benefits, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

544.92

Education Benefits, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

544.93

Critical Skills Benefits, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

544.94

Critical skills Benefits, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

Project 545**

BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR QUARTERS FOR ACTIVE DUTY FOR SPECIAL WORK, AIR GUARD RESERVE, SPECIAL TRAINING AND FORMAL SCHOOL TRAINING.

545.10

BAH School Training Officer.

545.11

BAH School Training Enlisted.

545.20

BAH Special Training Officer.

545.21

BAH Special Training Enlisted.

545.30

BAH AGR Officer.

545.31

BAH AGR Enlisted.

545.40

BAH ADSW Officer.

545.41

BAH ADSW Enlisted.

Project 993

APPROPRIATION REFUNDS ON TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS AND THINGS.

This project is for collection of refunds unidentifiable with the subsidiary accounting classification of the source appropriation and for repayments of refunds collected in error. Restricted for use by DFAS-IN, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis IN 46249-0001. NOTE: Repayment administered by Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) for OAC 45, are from DFAS-IN, Indianapolis, IN. Project 999**

MISCELLANEOUS PERSONNEL COSTS.

Subprojects

RESTRICTED TO USE BY DFAS-IN (OAC 45), ADSN 380100.

999.07

Miscellaneous Personnel Costs Not Otherwise Classified.

999.08

Reimbursement of Bank Charges for Personnel Participating in Direct Deposit of Pay.

999.11

Refund Receivables. Unsatisfied indebtedness upon separation and unsatisfied indebtedness of active duty members at the close of an accounting period.

999.12

Uncollectible Recertified Treasury Checks. Issued to military members or to other persons or activities on behalf of a military member.

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Waivers, Remissions, and Write-offs of Indebtedness. Non-pursuit of collections for accounts receivable.

RDT&E Fund Appropriation Code Description 573/43600 29 RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION. This appropriation provides for research, development, test, and evaluation (RDT&E), initial operational test and evaluation (IOT&E), and operating and maintaining R&D facilities. It includes the following Budget Activities (BAs): 01 Basic Research (Research Category 6.1). 02 Applied Research (Research Category 6.2). 03 Advanced Technology Development (Research Category 6.3). 04 Advanced Component Development and Prototypes (ACD&P) (Research Category 6.4). 05 System Development and Demonstration (SDD) (Research Category 6.5). 06 RDT&E Management Support (Research Category 6.6). 07 Operational System Development (Research Category 6.7). NOTE: See Attachment 1 for Centrally Managed OBAs and Allotments pertaining to this appropriation. (AFI 99-103, AFI 65-601V1, Chapter 14.) 61****

BASIC RESEARCH.

Basic research is systematic study directed toward greater knowledge or understanding of the fundamental aspects of phenomena and of observable facts without specific applications towards processes or products in mind. It includes all scientific study and experimentation directed toward increasing fundamental knowledge and understanding in those fields of the physical, engineering, environmental, and life sciences related to long-term national security needs. It is farsighted, high payoff research that provides the basis for technological progress. Basic research may lead to: (a) subsequent applied research and advanced technology developments in Defense-related technologies, and (b) new and improved military functional capabilities in areas such as communications, detection, surveillance, propulsion, mobility, guidance, and control, navigation, energy conversion, materials and structures, and personnel support. Program elements in this category involve pre-Milestone A efforts. It covers: (1) Civilian personnel services and benefits, including reimbursement of bank charges for personnel participating in direct deposit of pay. (2) TDY allowances to military and civilian personnel. (3) PCS of civilian personnel. (4) Cost of transportation provided by commercial carrier and Defense Working Capital Fund (DWCF), in connection with TDY travel and PCS movements chargeable to this program. (5) Transportation and materiel, including: (a) First destination transportation of supplies and equipment procured in support of laboratories or contractors engaged in research activities.

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(b) Special airlift of Air Force cargo via TWCF per AFI 65-601V1, Chapter 10, section E. (c) Inland commercial transportation of materiel from an Air Force laboratory to another AFB or depot, port of embarkation within the CONUS, CONUS contractor's plant, or Army or Navy manufacturing facilities in connection with repair and return or storage of materiel. (6) Rentals of equipment. (7) Purchased utilities and communications. (8) Real property rentals, including initial alterations, restoration of leased facilities, and commercial storage services. (9) Printing, binding, duplicating, and photo reproduction services on a contractual or reimbursable basis. (10) Contractual services for research, development, engineering, design, preparation of detail specifications and model fabrication, technical evaluation, and requirements. (11) Procurement of mission support requirements for nonstandard supplies and equipment provided as GFE to government contractors in support of research, or used in Air Force laboratories for research projects. (12) Purchases from WCF. (13) Propellants and related items. (14) Purchases of supplies, equipment, and services authorized for local purchase as authorized. (15) Automated data processing costs. SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Only those BPACs identified in the R-2/R-3 Congressional Budget Exhibit (Descriptive Summaries) are authorized for use without prior approval of SAF/FMBIZ with the exception of those BPACs created by HQ AFMC/FMA for management tracking purposes only. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****. 62****

APPLIED RESEARCH.

Applied research is systematic study to understand the means to meet a recognized and specific national security requirement. It is a systematic application of knowledge to develop useful materials, devices, and systems or methods. It may include design, development, and improvement of prototypes and new processes to meet general mission area requirements. Applied research translates promising basic research into solutions for broadly defined military needs, short of system development. This type of effort may vary from systematic missiondirected research beyond that in Budget Activity 1 to sophisticated breadboard hardware, study, programming, and planning efforts that establish the initial feasibility and practicality of proposed solutions to technological challenges. It includes studies, investigations, and nonsystem specific technology efforts. The dominant characteristic is that applied research is directed toward general military needs with a view toward developing and evaluating the feasibility and practicality of proposed solutions and determining their parameters. Applied research precedes system specific research. Program control of the Applied Research program element is normally exercised by general level of effort. Program elements in this category involve pre-Milestone B efforts, also known as Concept and Technology Development phase

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tasks, such as concept exploration efforts and paper studies of alternative concepts for meeting a mission need. It covers: (1) Civilian personnel services and benefits, including reimbursement of bank charges for personnel participating in direct deposit of pay. (2) TDY allowances to military and civilian personnel. (3) PCS of civilian personnel. (4) Cost of transportation provided by commercial carrier and Defense Working Capital Fund (DWCF), in connection with TDY travel and PCS movements chargeable to this program. (5) Transportation and materiel, including: (a) First destination transportation of supplies and equipment procured in support of laboratories or contractors engaged in research activities. (b) Special airlift of Air Force cargo via TWCF per AFI 65-601V1, Chapter 10, section E. (c) Inland commercial transportation of materiel from an Air Force laboratory to another AFB or depot, port of embarkation within the CONUS, CONUS contractor's plant, or Army or Navy manufacturing facilities in connection with repair and return or storage of materiel. (6) Rentals of equipment. (7) Purchased utilities and communications. (8) Real property rentals, including initial alterations, restoration of leased facilities, and commercial storage services. (9) Printing, binding, duplicating, and photo reproduction services on a contractual or reimbursable basis. (10) Contractual services for research, development, engineering, design, preparation of detail specifications and model fabrication, technical evaluation, and requirements. (11) Procurement of mission support requirements for nonstandard supplies and equipment provided as GFE to government contractors in support of research, or used in Air Force laboratories for research projects. (12) Purchases from WCF. (13) Propellants and related items. (14) Purchases of supplies, equipment, and services authorized for local purchase as authorized. (15) Automated data processing costs. SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Only those BPACs identified in the R-2/R-3 Congressional Budget Exhibit (Descriptive Summaries) are authorized for use without prior approval of SAF/FMBIZ with the exception of those BPACs created by HQ AFMC/FMA for management tracking purposes only. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****. 63****

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT (ATD).

This budget activity includes development of subsystems and components and efforts to integrate subsystems and components into system prototypes for field experiments and/or tests in a simulated environment. ATD includes concept and technology demonstrations of components

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and subsystems or system models. The models may be form, fit, and function prototypes or scaled models that serve the same demonstration purpose. The results of this type of effort are proof of technological feasibility and assessment of subsystem and component operability and producibility rather than the development of hardware for service use. Projects in this category have a direct relevance to identified military needs. Advanced Technology Development demonstrates the general military utility or cost reduction potential of technology when applied to different types of military equipment or techniques. Program elements in this category involve pre-Milestone B efforts, such as system concept demonstration, joint and Servicespecific experiments or Technology Demonstrations. Projects in this category do not necessarily lead to subsequent development or procurement phases. Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) studies (to include system specific AoA studies), are funded from this budget activity until the studies pass Milestone A. Projects in this category do not necessarily have to lead to subsequent development or procurement phases, however, programmed budget justification must identify potential rough order of magnitude estimates of additional development and production costs consistent with the Department's full funding policy. (1) Contract services for: (a) Development engineering. (b) Design. (c) Detailed specifications. (d) Development testing. (e) Fabricating prototype or working models. (f) Engineering evaluation. (g) Engineering improvements of items under development. (2) Procuring nonstandard and local purchase equipment and supplies: (a) Furnished as GFE. (b) Used in Air Force laboratories for research and exploratory development projects, the funds to be provided from the respective projects. (c) For use in contractor facilities located at Air Force research activities. (3) Propellants and related items. (4) Purchases from WCF (5) Automated data processing costs. (6) Management and support costs in direct support of development efforts. (7) Effective in FY98, this program will budget for and reimburse Air Force laboratories for direct, ancillary variable indirect, and overhead costs incurred by the laboratories in support of 63**** programs. Supporting documentation must substantiate cost prior to reimbursement/allocation. SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Only those BPACs identified in the R-2/R-3 Congressional Budget Exhibit (Descriptive Summaries) are authorized for use without prior approval of SAF/FMBIZ with the exception of those BPACs created by HQ AFMC/FMA for management tracking purposes only. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****.

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64****

ADVANCED COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT AND PROTOTYPES (ACD&P).

Efforts necessary to evaluate integrated technologies, representative modes or prototype systems in a high fidelity and realistic operating environment are funded in this budget activity. The ACD&P phase includes system specific efforts that help expedite technology transition from the laboratory to operational use. Emphasis is on proving component and subsystem maturity prior to integration in major and complex systems and may involve risk reduction initiatives. Program elements in this category involve efforts prior to Milestone B and are referred to as advanced component development activities and include technology demonstrations. Completion of Technology Readiness Levels 6 and 7 should be achieved for major programs. Program control is exercised at the program and project level. A logical progression of program phases and development and/or production funding must be evident in the FYDP. It covers: (1) Contract services for: (a) Development engineering. (b) Design. (c) Detailed specifications. (d) Development testing. (e) Fabricating prototype or working models. (f) Engineering evaluation. (g) Engineering improvements of items under development. (2) Procuring nonstandard and local purchase equipment and supplies: (a) Furnished as GFE. (b) Used in Air Force laboratories for research and exploratory development projects, the funds to be provided from the respective projects. (c) For use in contractor facilities located at Air Force research activities. (3) Propellants and related items. (4) Purchases from WCF (5) Automated data processing costs. (6) Management and support costs in direct support of development efforts. (7) Direct Expenses for civilian personnel costs are not permitted without endstrength/full time equivalents approved by AF/XP for the program. Any organic work performed by a performing activity and billed to the RDT&E account (whereby the RDT&E account is a customer) must be assessed against a service Element of Expense, not a civilian personnel cost Element of Expense. SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Only those BPACs identified in the R-2/R-3 Congressional Budget Exhibit (Descriptive Summaries) are authorized for use without prior approval of SAF/FMBIZ with the exception of those BPACs created by HQ AFMC/FMA for management tracking purposes only. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****. 65****

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND DEMONSTRATION (SDD).

SDD programs have passed Milestone B approval and are conducting engineering and manufacturing development tasks aimed at meeting validated requirements prior to full-rate production. This budget activity is characterized by major line item projects and program

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control is exercised by review of individual programs and projects. Prototype performance is near or at planned operational system levels. Characteristics of this budget activity involve mature system development, integration, and demonstration to support Milestone C decisions, and conducting live fire test and evaluation (LFT&E) and initial operational test and evaluation (IOT&E) of production representative articles. A logical progression of program phases and development and production funding must be evident in the FYDP consistent with the Department’s full funding policy. This activity includes: (1) Contract services for: (a) Development engineering. (b) Design. (c) Detailed specifications. (d) Development testing. (e) Fabricating prototype or working models. (f) Engineering evaluation. (g) Engineering improvements of items under development. (2) Procuring nonstandard and local purchase equipment and supplies: (a) Furnished as GFE. (b) Used in Air Force laboratories for research and exploratory development projects, the funds to be provided from the respective projects. (c) For use in contractor facilities located at Air Force research activities. (3) Propellants and related items. (4) Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) Test Articles. LRIP is to provide production configured or representative articles for operational test, to establish an initial production base for the system, and to permit an orderly increase in production rate for the system sufficient to lead to full rate production upon the successful completion of operational test. LRIP quantity will be determined as part of SDD approval (Milestone B). RDT&E funds may be budgeted to procure the items required for operational test to facilitate the testing of LRIP assets in the SDD phase. LRIP test articles must be specifically identified in the budget documentation. (5) Purchases from WCF. (6) Automated data processing costs. (7) Management and support costs in direct support of development efforts. (8) Direct Expenses for civilian personnel costs are not permitted without endstrength/full time equivalents approved by AF/XP for the program. Any organic work performed by a performing activity and billed to the RDT&E account (whereby the RDT&E account is a customer) must be assessed against a service Element of Expense, not a civilian personnel costs Element of Expense. SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Only those BPACs identified in the R-2/R-3 Congressional Budget Exhibit (Descriptive Summaries) are authorized for use without prior approval of SAF/FMBIZ with the exception of those BPACs created by HQ AFMC/FMA for management tracking purposes only. Complete BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****.

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This activity includes research, development, test, and evaluation efforts to sustain and/or modernize the installations or operations required for general research, development, test, and evaluation. Test ranges, military construction, maintenance support of laboratories, operation and maintenance of test aircraft and ships, and studies and analyses in support of the RDT&E program are funded in this budget activity. Cost of laboratory personnel, either in-house or contractor operated, would be assigned to appropriate projects or as a line item in the Basic Research, Applied Research, or Advanced Technology Development program areas, as appropriate. Military construction costs directly related to major development programs are included. PE 99999F Canceled Account Adjustments: Use the BPAC and BPAC name related to the original program incurring the expense but alter the second digit of the BPAC to “6” in order to reflect budget program 6. Don’t forget to use ESP code ZC on all transactions. Commands/FOAs need to forward requests to SAF/AQXR/FMBIZ to realign funds from the paying program element to 99999F subject to the provisions of P.L. 101-510. Where possible, use the BPAC from the original fund cites. Don’t forget to use ESP code ZC. Transactions related to P.L. 101-150 are not subject to reprogramming thresholds; therefore, any required movement of funds out of a program element to 99999F in relation to canceled account adjustments will carry a footnote on the DD Form 1416, Report of Programs. PE 99980F Payments to the Judgment Fund: The program element is restricted for payments to the judgment fund related to contract court settlements. Commands/FOAs need to forward requests to SAF/AQXR/FMBIZ to realign funds from the paying program element to 99980F subject to the provisions thresholds; therefore, any required movement of funds out of a program element to 99980F in relation to judgment fund transactions will carry a footnote on the DD Form 1416, Report of Programs. SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Only those BPACs identified in the R-2/R-3 Congressional Budget Exhibit (descriptive Summaries) are authorized for use without prior approval of SAF/FMBIZ with the exception of those BPACs created by HQ AFMC/FMA for management tracking purposes only. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****. Direct Expenses for civilian personnel costs are not permitted without end-strength/full time equivalents approved by AF/XP for the program. Any organic work performed by a performing activity and billed to the RDT&E account (whereby the RDT&E account is a customer) must be assessed against a service Element of Expense, not a civilian personnel costs Element of Expense. 67****

OPERATIONAL SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT.

This activity includes those development efforts to upgrade systems that have been fielded or have received approval for full rate production and anticipate production funding in the current or subsequent fiscal year. All items are major line item projects that appear as RDT&E Costs of Weapon System Elements in other programs. Program control is exercised by review of individual projects. Programs in this category involve systems that have received Milestone C

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approval. A logical progression of program phases and development and production funding must be evident in the FYDP, consistent with the Department’s full funding policy. It covers: (1) Contract services for: (a) Development engineering. (b) Design. (c) Detailed specifications. (d) Development testing. (e) Fabricating prototype or working models. (f) Engineering evaluation. (g) Engineering improvements of items under development. (2) Procuring nonstandard and local purchase equipment and supplies: (a) Furnished as GFE. (b) Used in Air Force laboratories for research and exploratory development projects, the funds to be provided from the respective projects. (c) For use in contractor facilities located at Air Force research activities. (3) Propellants and related items. (4) Purchases from WCF. (5) Automated data processing costs. (6) Management and support costs in direct support of development efforts. (7) Direct Expenses for civilian personnel costs are not permitted without endstrength/full time equivalents approved by AF/XP for the program. Any organic work performed by a performing activity and billed to the RDT&E account (whereby the RDT&E account is a customer) must be assessed against a service Element of Expense, not a civilian personnel costs Element of Expense. SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Only those BPACs identified in the R-2/R-3 Congressional Budget Exhibit (Descriptive Summaries) are authorized for use without prior approval of SAF/FMBIZ with the exception of those BPACs created by HQ AFMC/FMA for management tracking purposes only. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****. 69****

BUDGET PROGRAM.

SAF/FMB issues Reimbursable Authority under Budget Program 690. The BPAC's third digit represents the appropriate budget activity code. The MAJCOM or base assigns the fourth, fifth, and sixth digits of the BPAC for distribution and reporting purposes. 690000

REIMBURSABLE FUNDS.

691000

BASIC RESEARCH (REIMBURSABLE).

692000

APPLIED RESEARCH (REIMBURSABLE).

693000

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT (REIMBURSABLE).

694000

ADVANCED COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT AND PROTOTYPES (ACD&P) (REIMBURSABLE).

695000

SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT AND DEMONSTRATION (SDD) (REIMBURSABLE).

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696000

RDT&E MANAGEMENT SUPPORT (REIMBURSABLE).

697000

OPERATIONAL SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT (REIMBURSABLE).

RESTRICTED PROJECTS: 1. 992000 Defense Debt Management System (DDMS). This program provides for collecting individual out-of-service debt due 3600 appropriation. NOTE: Restricted use to DFAS-IN, OAC 45, OBAN 20, ADSN 380100 2. 993000 Appropriation Refunds on Transportation of Persons and Things. This program provides for: (1) Collecting refunds properly creditable to this appropriation but not identifiable to the subsidiary classification. (2) Repaying of refunds collected in error. NOTE: Restrict use to: (a) DFAS-IN, Ft Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, IN 46249-0001 (b) DFAS-IN, OAC 45, ADSN 380100 Miscellaneous Appropriation 57X5095

Fund Code 74

Description CONSERVATION PROGRAMS ON MILITARY RESERVATIONS, AIR FORCE.

As authorized by 16 U.S.C. 670a use funds to carry out the program of wildlife, fish and game conservation, and rehabilitation. This may include personnel services and related costs, temporary duty travel, purchase of chemicals, food, seeds, etc., establishment of fish ponds and such other expenses as may be necessary to carry out the purpose of the cited statutes. Fund Appropriation Code 57X8928 75

Description AIR FORCE GENERAL GIFT FUND.

This appropriation provides for certain gifts to the Air Force processed through Receipt Account 57X8928.0001. This is only for conditional gifts to the Air Force (AFI 51-601, Gifts to The Department of the Air Force, Chapter 1, Paragraph 1.9.1.). Unconditional gifts to the Air Force are deposited to the Miscellaneous Receipts Account of the United States Treasury (Account 571299, Gifts to the United States not Otherwise Classified) IAW AFI 51-601, Chapter 2, Paragraph 2.9.1.

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Description FOREIGN MILITARY EXECUTIVE APPROPRIATION (TRANSFERS TO AIR FORCE) (ADMINISTRATIVE).

This appropriation provides for workload associated with the administration of the International Military Education & Training (IMET) Program. It includes budget projects for: (a) supply operations. (b) maintenance of equipment. (c) special activities. (d) administration. This appropriation contains two suffix limitations based on financial application. The recipient country identifies each of these limitations for the military assistance provided under Special Authority 506(A) Emergency Drawdown: Fund Code 45 57-11* 1082.003 for direct obligation - administration only. A00

AIRCRAFT.

This budget activity provides for: (a) the cost of all aircraft designated in AFI 16-401/AR 70-50/ NAVAIRINST. Air Force Active 8800.3. (b) modifying FMFP-owned aircraft. (c) aircraft support equipment. (d) aircraft spares and repair parts. The costs of aircraft in complete flyaway status include: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)

basic airframe unit. installed engines. armament. electronics. airborne weapons. photographic equipment. all other installed government-furnished equipment. repair and rehabilitation of excess aircraft.

A10

Combat Aircraft.

A20

Airlift Aircraft.

A30

Trainer Aircraft.

A40

Helicopters.

A50

Other Aircraft.

A60

Modification of Aircraft.

This project provides for the costs of modifying FMFP owned aircraft. It includes: HAF Class IV and Class V modifications; related modification designations assigned by the other military departments. A70

Aircraft Support Equipment.

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This project provides for the costs of aircraft support equipment, including: (a) ground handling equipment. (b) arresting, barrier, and barricade equipment. (c) aircraft launching equipment. (d) airfield specialized trucks and trailers. A90

Aircraft Spares and Repair Parts.

This project provides for the costs of aircraft investment spares and repair parts procured with the aircraft as initial spares and subsequently for follow-on maintenance as replenishment spares. Examples include: (a) aircraft structural components. (b) aircraft components and accessories, except parachutes and aerial pickup. (c) delivery and cargo tie-down equipment. (d) aircraft engines and components, including gasoline reciprocating engines. (e) aircraft engine accessories, including fuel system components. (f) electrical system components. (g) cooling system components. (h) air and oil filters, strainers, and cleaners. (i) turbo-superchargers. (j) miscellaneous engine accessories. (k) aircraft tires and tubes. (l) aircraft fire control equipment, including gunnery fire control equipment. (m) bombing fire control components. (n) aircraft alarm and signal systems. (o) aircraft navigational instruments. (p) flight instruments. (q) automatic pilot mechanisms and airborne gyro components. (r) aircraft engine instruments. B00

MISSILES.

This budget activity provides for: (a) the costs of missiles and drones, with or without warheads and explosive components, assembled or unassembled. (b) modifying missiles. (c) missile support equipment. (d) missile spares and repair parts. B10

Ground Launched Missiles and Support Equipment.

B20

Air Launched Missiles and Support Equipment.

B30

Sea Launched Missiles and Support Equipment.

B60

This project provides for the costs of modifying FMFP-owned missiles and missile systems.

B90

Missile Spares and Repair Parts.

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TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES.

This budget activity provides for the costs of tactical and support vehicles, complete, including combined chassis and body. E10

Semi-Trailers.

E20

Trailers.

E30

Trucks.

E40

Support Vehicles.

F00

WEAPONS.

This budget activity provides for the costs of weapons, including weapons spares, components, and accessories. F10 Guns, up to 75mm. F20

Guns, 75mm and over.

F30

Naval Ordnance Weapons.

F40

Other Weapons.

F90

Weapon Spare Parts, Components, and Accessories.

G00

AMMUNITION.

This budget activity provides for the costs of ammunition, including components and accessories. G10

Ammunition up to 75mm and Grenades.

G20

Ammunition 75mm and over.

G30

Land Mines and Explosives.

G40

Naval Ordnance Ammunition.

G50

Bombs and Rockets.

G60

Pyrotechnic and Chemical Munitions.

G70

Other Ammunition.

H00

COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT.

This budget activity provides for the costs of communications equipment, spares and repair parts. H10

Telephone and Telegraph Equipment.

H20

Radio Communications Equipment.

H30

Radio Navigation Equipment.

H40

Radar Equipment.

H50

Underwater Sound Equipment.

H60

Other Communications Equipment.

This project includes the following types:

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H90

Communications Equipment Spare Parts and Electronics Supplies.

J00

OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.

This budget activity provides for the costs of other support equipment. J10

Chemical Equipment.

J20

Construction Equipment.

This project includes the following types of equipment: (a) construction. (b) mining. (c) excavating. (d) highway maintenance. J30

Materiel Handling Equipment.

J40

Photographic Equipment.

This project includes the following types of equipment: (a) motion and still picture cameras. (b) projection equipment. (c) developing and finishing equipment. (d) processed film. (e) sets, kits, outfits, and accessories. J60

Other Equipment.

J70

Other Support Equipment.

K00

SUPPLIES

This budget activity provides for the costs of supplies. K10

Clothing and Textile Supplies.

K20

Medical Supplies.

K30

Subsistence.

K40

General Supplies.

K50

Industrial Supplies.

K60

Fuels, Oils and Chemicals.

K70

Construction Supplies.

K80

Automotive Supplies.

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SPECIAL ACTIVITIES.

This budget activity includes projects for: (a) International Military Headquarters. (b) UN Forces Support in Korea. (c) Expenses, Inspector General, Foreign Assistance, State. (d) Studies and Surveys. (e) Weapons Production Projects. (f) Other Special Projects. R10

International Military Headquarters.

R20

International Forces Support.

This project provides for costs of supporting the United Nations Forces in Korea and of supporting other International Armed Forces under the FMFP program. It includes maintenance support of personnel and equipment; major items of equipment; transportation, hospitalization, and other services. R30

Expenses, Inspector General, Foreign Assistance, State.

Reserve this project for use by the Department of State. R40

Studies and Surveys.

This project is for use only upon specific authorization of OSD. R50

Weapons Production Project.

This project provides for: (a) technical assistance. (b) tools and equipment. (c) engineering and operating costs associated with weapons production project agreements. The purpose is to: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

establish, rehabilitate, expand, modernize, or modify capacity for: (1) manufacture, (2) maintenance and, (3) storage of armaments and components to be furnished under weapons project agreements.

It excludes: (a) real property. (b) construction. (c) indigenous labor and materials.

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R90

Other Special Activities.

This budget activity includes other special projects approved by OSD and HAF not covered elsewhere, including special activities, nonspecific requirements, foreign currency, MAAG support, and load fees. T00

ADMINISTRATION.

This budget activity provides for the overall administration, program planning, development, and management of the Foreign Military Financing Program. It includes: (a) civilian salaries and allowances. (b) PCS travel and transportation. (c) TDY travel and per diem. (d) communications. (e) rents. (f) utilities. (g) contractual services. (h) supplies and materials. (i) equipment. It excludes military personnel PCS costs. T10

Administrative Expenses, Departmental, Headquarters and Command Training Support Items directed by HAF.

This project provides for the costs at the seat-of government and major field commands (in the U.S. and overseas). T20

Military Mission Expenses (Security Assistance Organization).

This project provides for the costs at the country, SAO, or mission level. It excludes support costs for SAO training personnel. U00

APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENTS.

U20

Progress Payments.

Progress payments made to contractors, less liquidations properly chargeable to other budget accounts. Z00

FMFP BUDGET PROJECT.

FMFP Budget Project-Pending Program Change Account. To reflect balance of FMFP .002 funds included in the FMFP Pending Program Change Account. Only HQ AFMC uses this project. Valid for Fiscal Years 1988 and prior.

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Fund Appropriation Code 57-11X1086 41

N00

141

Description INTERNATIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TRANSFERS TO AIR FORCE) (NO YEAR).

TRAINING.

This budget activity provides for the costs of FMFP training. It includes projects for: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) N10

student training. mobile training teams. field training services. SAO and command training support. training U.S. FMFP personnel. extraordinary expenses. other training support. training aids and devices. Student Training.

This project provides for the costs of foreign student training for: (a) training course costs at military or civilian institutions in the U.S. and U.S. facilities overseas. (b) observer and OJT at U.S. military activities. (c) orientation tours to U.S. facilities. (d) underway training onboard U.S. naval vessels. (e) U.S.-sponsored training in third countries. (f) informational program activities. N20

Mobile Training Teams.

This project provides for the costs of foreign training conducted by U.S. mobile training teams. It includes: (a) civilian salaries and allowances. (b) TDY travel and per diem. (c) other support expenses for mobile training team personnel. It excludes the costs of materiel teams. N30

Field Training Services.

This project provides for the costs of foreign training conducted by Engineering and Technical Services (ETS) and Air Force Engineering and Technical Services (AFETS) personnel. It includes: (a) civilian salaries and allowances. (b) TDY travel and per diem. (c) other contract or support expenses for field training services personnel.

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It excludes the costs of materiel technicians. N60

Extraordinary Expense.

This project provides for the expense of limited official representation authorized by Section 636(a)(1) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, for: (a) foreign military trainees. (b) other foreign military visitors. It excludes information program expenses covered under N10 Student Training. N70

Other Training Support.

This project provides for the costs of: (a) special training exercises. (b) supplies and materials for FMFP training (excluding training aids). (c) rehabilitating FMFP training facilities, when approved by ODMA under Section 636(g)(3) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended. (d) escort officers. (e) student medical and burial expenses. N90

Training Aids, Devices, Books, Maps, and Publications.

J5A

Training Aids and Devices.

J5B

Armament Training Devices.

J5C

Operational Training Devices.

J5D

Communications Training Devices.

J5V

Books, Maps, Publications.

J5Z

Other Training Aids and Devices, and Spare Parts.

Fund Appropriation Code Description 57-11 1 1081 49 INTERNATIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TRANSFERS TO AIR FORCE) (ONE YEAR). N00

TRAINING.

This budget activity provides for the costs of FMFP training. It includes projects for: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h)

student training. mobile training teams. field training services. SAO and command training support. training U.S. FMFP personnel. extraordinary expenses. other training support. training aids and devices.

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143

Student Training.

This project provides for the costs of foreign student training for: (a) training course costs at military or civilian institutions in the U.S. and U.S. facilities overseas. (b) observer and OJT at U.S. military activities. (c) orientation tours to U.S. facilities. (d) underway training onboard U.S. naval vessels. (e) U.S.-sponsored training in third countries. (f) informational program activities. N20

Mobile Training Teams.

This project provides for the costs of foreign training conducted by U.S. mobile training teams. It includes: (a) civilian salaries and allowances. (b) TDY travel and per diem. (c) other support expenses for mobile training team personnel. It excludes the costs of materiel teams. N30

Field Training Services.

This project provides for the costs of foreign training conducted by Engineering and Technical Services (ETS) and Air Force Engineering and Technical Services (AFETS) personnel. It includes: (a) civilian salaries and allowances. (b) TDY travel and per diem. (c) other contract or support expenses for field training services personnel. It excludes the costs of materiel technicians. N60

Extraordinary Expense.

This project provides for the expense of limited official representation authorized by Section 636(a)(1) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, for: (a) foreign military trainees. (b) other foreign military visitors. It excludes information program expenses covered under N10 Student Training. N70

Other Training Support.

This project provides for the costs of: (a) special training exercises. (b) supplies and materials for FMFP training (excluding training aids). (c) rehabilitating FMFP training facilities, when approved by ODMA under Section 636(g)(3) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended. (d) escort officers. (e) student medical and burial expenses.

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N90

Training Aids, Devices, Books, Maps, and Publications.

J5A

Training Aids and Devices.

J5B

Armament Training Devices.

J5C

Operational Training Devices.

J5D

Communications Training Devices.

J5V

Books, Maps, Publications.

J5Z

Other Training Aids and Devices, and Spare Parts.

Fund Appropriation Code Description 57-12X1105 2N STATE AND PRIVATE FORESTRY, FOREST SERVICE. This appropriation is a transfer from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, for forest pest suppression. Issue funding to code SPFO. 2.3. DoD Appropriations: Beginning with FY97, all funding for the DoD appropriations (Treasury Index 97 accounts) is issued using the Program Budget Accounting System (PBAS). The coding structure for DoD funds issued is provided in the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) manual 7097.01. The Air Force may add customized codes to that structure. All subsidiary codes, as well as any new codes, must first be approved by DFAS-IN prior to their use in PBAS and in the various accounting systems. Proposed changes should be forwarded to: Director of Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Indianapolis Center ATTN: DFAS-IN/AH 8899 East 56th Street Indianapolis, IN 46249-2201 The DFAS-IN/AH point of contactsare Ms.Pam Lynch and Ms. Bertha Byrd. She may be reached via EMAIL at [email protected], DSN 699-4603 and Ms. Bertha Byrd and she can be reached at [email protected] The Department of the Air Force at Level 2 are responsible for the following appropriations: Appropriation

Limit

Fund Code

Title

97-0130

1883 1873

2X 2F

Defense Health Program Defense Health Program

97-0350

0201

YR

0202

YG

National Guard & Reserve Equipment (Reserve) National Guard & Reserve Equipment (Guard)

97-0500

0200

84

Military Construction Program

97-0510

11C2 16C2

X1 X2

Base Realignment and Closure-Part II Base Realignment and Closure-Part III

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97-0512 50A2

97-5188 97-5189 97-5193 97-0839

Appropriation 9730100.56SF

Fund Code SC

16D2 X8 Base Realignment and Closure-Part III 16E2 XD Base Realignment and Closure-Part III 40C2 X3 Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40D2 XK Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40E2 XE Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40F2 BP Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40G2 XG Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40H2 XH Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40I2 XJ Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40J2 XL Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40K2 XP Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40L2 XS Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40M2 XU Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40N2 XW Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40O2 XY Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40P2 WC Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40Q2 WE Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40R2 WK Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV 40S2 Base Realignment and Closure-Part IV XQ Base Realignment and Closure-Part V 50B2 XV Base Realignment and Closure-Part V 50C2 XX Base Realignment and Closure-Part V 50D2 XZ Base Realignment and Closure-Part V 50E2 WD Base Realignment and Closure-Part V 50F2 WF Base Realignment and Closure-Part V 50G2 WL Base Realignment and Closure-Part V 50H2 Base Realignment and Closure-Part V 5700 K1 Disposal of DoD Real Property 5700 K2 Leased DoD Real Property 5700 D7 Overseas Military Facilities Investment Recovery 0200 H1 Quality of Life Enhancement

Description O&M, U.S. SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND CODES PUBLISHED IN DFAS-IN 7097.01.

This appropriation and fund code provide funds for O&M, U.S. SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND, CODES PUBLISHED IN DFAS-IN 7097.01. Fund Appropriation Code 97350130.1873 2F

Description DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE.

145

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This appropriation and fund code provide funds for DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE. Fund Appropriation Code 9730130.1883 2X

Description DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE.

This appropriation and fund code provide funds for DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE. Fund Appropriation Code 973/40130.1833 AC

Description DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION, AIR FORCE

This appropriation and fund code provide funds for DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION, AIR FORCE. Fund Appropriation Code 97X0130.1823 AD

Description DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, NO YEAR OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE

This appropriation and fund code provide funds for DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, NO YEAR OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE. Fund Appropriation Code 97X/090130.1893 DM

Description DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, AIR FORCE.

This appropriation and fund code provide funds for DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, AF. Fund Appropriation Code 973/40130.18N3 DS

Description DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, RDT&E, GUIDANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE FORCE (GDF).

This appropriation and fund code provide funds for DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, RDT&E, GUIDANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE FORCE (GDF).

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Appropriation 97-36 X 0165.18F3

Fund Code AT

147

Description DOD/VA JOINT HEALTH CARE INCENTIVE FUND PROGRAM.

This program provides funds to the Air Force from DoD for the Defense Health Program (medical). Limits will be provided later. Account A8B***

For TDY travel of Air Force military and civilian personnel attending medical schools and courses administered and directed by HAF or Air Training Command as follows:

NOTE: The fifth digit shred of A8B*** will be 1 for officer, 2 for enlisted, or 3 for civilian. The sixth digit will be 3 for registration fees, 7 for TWCF overseas transportation, 8 for CONUS transportation, or 9 for per diem. Subaccounts A8B1** Base Orientation Course for Officers at the 3790 Medical Sciences Training Wing (MSTW). A8B2**

All other courses conducted at the 3790 Medical Sciences Training Wing (MSTW).

A8B3**

Air Force officer and enlisted personnel attending ATC-administered courses at other Air Force medical facilities.

A8B4**

Air Force officer, enlisted, or civilian personnel attending ATC-administered courses at other service, DOD, and contractor medical facilities.

A8B5**

Air Force officer and enlisted personnel attending mobile training team courses conducted by the 3790 Medical Sciences Training Wing (MSTW).

Fund Appropriation Code 973/50350.0201 YR

Description AIR FORCE RESERVE EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT.

This appropriation provides for procurement of aircraft, missiles, tracked combat vehicles and other procurement for the Reserve (Air Force Reserves) components of the armed forces. Fund Appropriation Code 973/50350.0202 YG

Description AIR NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT.

This account provides for procurement of equipment as directed by Congress and, in the case of miscellaneous equipment appropriations, to procure such combat essential or high priority shortfall items as determined by NGB/CF.

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Fund Appropriation Code 973/70500.0200 84

Description MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, DOD.

This appropriation provides for construction expenses in support of energy conservation improvement programs (ECIP) and Energy Monitor Control Systems (EMCS) Programs. Programs 610

Major Construction.

630

Planning and Design.

Fund Appropriation Code 979/30500.1202 YW

Description MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, JCS (SUB-ALLOCATION TO THE AIR FORCE).

This account provides for construction expenses in support of JCS-directed and JCS-coordinated exercises. Programs 610

Major Construction.

630

Planning and Design.

660

Minor Construction.

Fund Appropriation Code Description 973/70500.1402 YS MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, DEFENSE MEDICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY (SUBALLOCATION TO THE AIR FORCE). This account provides for design and construction of medical facilities designated by OSD and managed by the Air Force. Programs 610

Major Construction.

630

Planning and Design.

660

Minor Construction.

670

Foreign Currency.

Program 610

Major Construction.

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 Fund Appropriation Code 979/30501 DF

149

Description MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, DEFENSE-WIDE, AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT.

Funds are appropriated for the purposes described in P.L. 111-5 and remain available for obligation until 30 Sep 2013. 310

PROJECT PLANNING AND DESIGN.

313

Project Planning and Design.

Project planning and design is applicable for design activities carried out on projects in prior, current and future Military Construction (MILCON) programs. Before such approval, consider costs incurred for similar services as program planning expenses and, unless specifically directed otherwise. Do not charge to this account. This program or project under the authority of enabling legislation 10 U.S.C. 2233 provides for these services for public works projects that are not other wise authorized by law. After such authorization, provide these services under the appropriate construction code (321, 331, or 341). Project planning and design services include: (1) investigating and selecting sites, including the payment of property damage resulting from site exploration and selection surveys at locations not subsequently acquired; if and when the location is acquired, such payments are made a part of the acquisition costs under the appropriate construction code. (2) developing and preparing real estate planning reports and any other data required for the acquisition of real estate. (3) developing, preparing, and documenting criteria before design. (4) designing and analyzing design for construction; developing and preparing construction drawings and specifications; developing and preparing construction cost estimates. (5) participating in preconstruction contract award activities for the purposes of relating design, drawings, and specifications to construction. (Does not include TDY costs to attend.) (6) printing and reproducing drawings, specifications, and other documents required for soliciting bid proposals. (7) reviewing shop drawings and working drawings, as prepared by construction contractors, for adequacy of design and agreement with contract drawings and specifications. (8) preparing as-built drawings. Project planning and design excludes the preparation of training, and operation and maintenance manuals, and construction supervision and inspection services. 320

MAJOR CONSTRUCTION.

321

Major Construction.

This program or project under authority of enabling legislation provides for: (1) acquiring land and structures.

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 (2) adding to, expanding, extending, converting, and replacing existing structures; and, relocating structures from one installation to another, including equipment installed in and made a part thereof and related utilities and site work. (3) altering and repairing existing structures in the activation of an inactive installation, if feasible. It includes construction and supervision services, and may include planning and design services when performed after the availability of legislative authorization; maintain records to identify the costs of these services as distinguished from direct construction costs. It excludes the preparation of training, and operation and maintenance manuals.

340

MINOR CONSTRUCTION.

341

Minor Construction.

This program or project, under authority of enabling legislation 10 U.S.C. 18232-36 when the estimated funded cost is more than $750,000 but not more than $2,000,000, provides for: (1) acquiring land and structures. (2) adding to, expanding, extending, converting and replacing existing structures; relocating structures from one installation to another, including equipment installed in and made a part thereof and related utilities and site work. (3) altering and repairing existing structures in the activation of an inactive installation, if feasible. It includes construction and supervision services, and may include planning and design services; maintain records to identify the costs of these services as distinguished from direct construction costs. It excludes the preparation of training, operating, and maintenance manuals. 350

SUPPORT ACTIVITIES.

351

Support Activities.

This program or project under the authority of enabling legislation provides for: (1) constructing off-site access roads (US and possessions) 23 U.S.C. 210. (2) acquiring land not costing more than $750,000 10 U.S.C. 2663. BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ROUND II, PART II (BRAC ’91) was established to fund closure and realignment costs associated with actions recommended by the 1991 Base Closure Commission established under the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990 (Title 29 of P.L. 101-510). After the expiration of the BRAC 88 account on 30 Sep 95, the costs associated with BRAC 88 bases are now included in the BRAC 91 account (P.L. 103-160). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs and Projects established for the Part I Account. After 10 Jul 97, the unobligated funds in the DOD Base Realignment and Closure Account 1990 are still available to incur new obligations for actions directly related to completing the 1995 Commission’s recommendations and for environmental restoration, property management, and disposal at installations closed or realigned under Title II of the Defense Authorization Amendments and Base Closure and Realignment Act (P.L. 100-526). Financing may come from appropriations, transfers in appropriation acts, and proceeds from the sale of assets made available from Base Realignment and Closures.

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NOTE: The 6-year implementation period for the 1991 BRAC Commission recommendations ended on July 10, 1997. NOTE: BAANs can be found in DFAS Manual 7097.01. Also, BAAN list of values and descriptions are found in FMDD and DQS. NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC-91 Bases are: AH BERGSTROM AFB AI EAKER AFB AL GRISSOM AFB AM CARSWELL AFB AN CASTLE AFB AX ENGLAND AFB BT RICKENBACKER AFB BU LORING AFB BV LOWRY AFB BX MACDILL AFB CJ MYRTLE BEACH AFB DF WILLIAMS AFB DH WURTSMITH AFB GY RICHARDS GERBAUR AFB A1 CHANUTE AFB REDIRECTS B1 GEORGE AFB REDIRECTS C1 MATHER AFB REDIRECTS PMZ PROGRAM MANAGEMENT NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC-88 Bases that rolled into BRAC-91 are: A2 CHANUTE AFB B2 GEORGE AFB C2 MATHER AFB N1 NORTON AFB P1 PEASE AFB

Appropriation 97X0510.1102

Fund Code 2R

Appropriation 97X0510.11A2

Fund Code HY

Fund Appropriation Code

Description DOD BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91) FY92-FY94.

Description DOD BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91) FY95 Only.

Description

152 97X0510.11B2

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Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.11C2 X1

DOD BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91) FY96 Only. Description DOD BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91) FY97 Only.

BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ROUND III, (BRAC ’93) was established to fund closure and realignment costs associated with actions recommended by the 1993 Base Closure Commission established under the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990 (Title 29 of P.L. 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs and Projects established for the Part I Account. After 2 Jul 99, the unobligated funds in the DoD Base Realignment and Closure Account 1990 are still available to incur new obligations for actions directly related to completing the 1995 Commission’s recommendations and for environmental restoration, property management and disposal at installations closed or realigned under prior BRAC rounds. The funds appropriated in this account will be available for obligation until expended. Financing may come from appropriations, transfers in appropriations acts, and proceeds from the sale of assets made available from Base Realignment and Closures. NOTE: The 6-year implementation period for the 1991 BRAC Commission recommendations ended on July 10, 1997. NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC-93 Bases are: BE GRIFFISS AFB BH HOMESTEAD AFB BK K.I. SAWYER AFB BZ MARCH AFB CO PLATTSBURGH AFB DJ NEWARK AFB OG GENTILE AFS PM3 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT TG O’HARE IAP BF LETTERKENNEY (TMM Move Cost Only) NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC 93 Redirects are: A3 CHANUTE-REDIRECT C3 MATHER-REDIRECT M3 CARSWELL-REDIRECT J3 CASTLE-REDIRECT K3 RICKENBACKER-REDIRECT NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC-91 Bases Rolled into BRAC-93 are: AH BERGSTROM AFB AI EAKER AFB AL GRISSOM AFB AN CASTLE AFB

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 AX BT BU BV BX CJ DF DH GY A1 B1 C1 PMZ

153

ENGLAND AFB RICKENBACKER AFB LORING AFB LOWRY AFB MACDILL AFB MYRTLE BEACH AFB WILLIAMS AFB WURTSMITH AFB RICHARDS GERBAUR AFB CHANUTE AFB REDIRECTS GEORGE AFB REDIRECTS MATHER AFB REDIRECTS PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC-88 that rolled into BRAC-93 are: A2 CHANUTE AFB B2 GEORGE AFB C2 MATHER AFB N1 NORTON AFB P1 PEASE AFB

Appropriation 97X0510.1632

Fund Code 5F

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.16A2 HZ

Appropriation 97X0510.16B2

Fund Code HD

Appropriation 97X0510.16C2

Fund Code X2

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.16D2 X8

Appropriation 97X0510.16E2

Fund Code XD

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93), Defense, FY94 Only. Description BASE REALIGNMENTAND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93), Defense, FY95 Only. Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93), Defense, FY96 Only. Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93), Defense, FY97 Only. Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93), Defense, FY98 Only. Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT,

154

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 PART III (BRAC 93), Defense, FY99 Only.

BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ROUND IV (BRAC ’95) account was established to fund closure and realignment costs associated with actions recommended by the 1995 Base Closure Commission established under the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990 (Title 29 of P.L. 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Program and Projects established for the Part I Account. The funds appropriated in this account will be available for obligation until expended. Financing may come from appropriations, transfers in appropriation acts, and proceeds from the sale of assets made available through Base Realignment and Closures. NOTE: The 6-year implementation period for the 1995 BRAC Commission recommendations ended on July 13, 2001. NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC-95 Bases are: PP BERGSTROM ARB AV EGLIN (EMTE) BD GRAND FORKS BJ KELLY (DEPOT ONLY) BY MALSTROM CD MCCLELLAN CG ONTARIO HF ONIZUKA PB REDCAP CS REESE EF ROSSLYN PD HILL (UTTR) D3 GRIFFISS REDIRECT E2 LOWRY REDIRECT F3 HOMESTEAD REDIRECT G3 O’HARE REDIRECT PM5 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT H3 O’HARE – CITY OF CHICAGO (FUNDS FOR ANG ONLY) Appropriation 97X0510.40B2

Fund Code HP

Appropriation 97X0510.40C2

Fund Code X3

Appropriation 97X0510.40D2

Fund Code XK

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), DEFENSE, FY96 Only. Description BASE REALIGNMENTAND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY97 Only. Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY98 Only.

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Appropriation 97X0510.40E2

Fund Code XE

Appropriation 97X0510.40F2

Fund Code BP

Appropriation 97X0510.40G2

Fund Code XG

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.40H2 XH

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.40I2 XJ

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.40J2 XL

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.40K2 XP

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.40L2 XS

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.40M2 XU

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY99 Only. Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY00 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY01 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY02 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY03 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY04 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY05 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY06 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY07 Only.

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Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.40N2 XW

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.40O2 XY

Appropriation 97X0510.40P2

Fund Code WC

Appropriation 97X0510.40Q2

Fund Code WE

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY08 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY09 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY 10 ONLY. Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY11 Only.

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.40R2 WK

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY12 ONLY

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0510.40S2 VT

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT PART IV (BRAC 95), Defense, FY13 ONLY

BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ROUND V (BRAC 2005) account was established to fund closure and realignment cost associated with actions recommended by the 2005 Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission. From aspects of management, budgeting and accounting, these accounts will be treated in the same fashion as the prior rounds of BRAC. Funding approved by Congress in both Accounts is appropriated and authorized in a lump sum amount and may be spent for construction, planning and design, civilian severance pay, civilian permanent change of station, transportation of things, and other costs related to the realignment or closure of the subject bases. NOTE: The 6-year implementation period for the 2005 BRAC Commission recommendations ends on September 15, 2011. Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.50A2 XQ

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART V, Defense, NON-GLOBAL POSTURE FY06 Only.

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.50B2 XV

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.50C2 XX

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.50D2 XZ

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.50E2 WD

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.50F2 WF

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.50G2 WL

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.50H2 VU

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART V, Defense, NON-GLOBAL POSTURE FY07 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT PART V, Defense, NON-GLOBAL POSTURE FY08 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART V, Defense, NON-GLOBAL POSTURE FY09 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART V, Defense, NON-GLOBAL POSTURE FY10 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART V, Defense, NON-GLOBAL POSTURE FY11 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART V, Defense, NON-GLOBAL POSTURE FY12 Only.

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART V, Defense, NON-GLOBAL POSTURE FY13 Only.

NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC 2005 are: 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86

079 Eielson 080 Kulis AGS 081 Ft Smith AGS 082 Beale 083 March ARB 084 Onizuka 085 Bradley AGS 086 Newcastle AGS

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158 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 CA 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 22 25 28 29 H2 H3 30 31 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 087 Robins 088 Boise AGS 089 Mt Home 090 Capital AGS 091 NAS New Orleans ARS 092 Andrews 093 Martin St AGS 094 Otis ANGB 095 WK Kellogg AGS 096 Duluth AGS 097 Key Field AGS 098 Great Falls AGS 099 Reno-Tahoe AGS 100 Cannon 101 Niagara Falls ARS 102 Schenectady AGS 103 Pope 104 Grand Forks 105 Hector AGS 106 Mansfield-Lahm AGS 107 Springfield-Beckley AGS 108 Portland AGS 110 Nashville AGS 111 Ellington AGS 112 Lackland STAMP/STRAPP 113 Hill, Edwards, Mt Home, Luke, Nellis 114 Langley 115 Richmond AGS 116 Fairchild 117 Gen Mitchell ARS 118 LSCs 119 F-100 CIRF 122 Joint Center, Consolidated Transportation Management Training 125 JSF IFT 128 UPT & UNT 129 AF & ANG Leased Locations (NCR) - Andrews 129 AF & ANG Leased Locations (NCR) - Bolling 129 AF & ANG Leased Locations (NCR) - Ft Meade 130 Defense MILDEP Adjudication Agencies - Bolling 131 MILDEP Investigative Agencies/Counter Intel and DSS – Quantico 137C CPOs - All 137C CPOs - Bolling 137C CPOs - Hill 137C CPOs - Robins 137C CPOs - Tinker

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 C6 38 41 42 43 J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 47 70 71 72 M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 75 76 77 T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 G5 E1 E2 PM P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 PW PJ

137C CPO - Wright Patterson 138 Consolidate Correctional Facilities 141 AF News Agency (Media Organizations) 142 TRANSCOM - Scott AFB 143B ARPC & IMA 146G JB - McGuire 146H JB - Andrews 146I JB - Elemendorf 146J JB - Lackland 146K JB - Charleston 146L JB - Langley 147 AFRPA 170 Brooks City Base 171 McChord AFB Medical Functions 172 Lackland/Ft Sam Houston Medical Centers 172 Sheppard Med Tng 173D Inpatient Services - USAFA 173E Inpatient Services - Andrews 173F Inpatient Services - MacDill 173G Inpatient Services - Keesler 173H Inpatient Services - Scott 175 Commodity Management Privatization 176 Depot Level Repairable Procurement Management 177 Supply, Storage and Distribution Management 185 Air IW&A RDAT&E Center 187 Defense Research Labs 188A Fixed Wing RDAT&E - TRH 188B Fixed Wing RDAT&E - WP 189A Rotary Wing RDAT&E - Robins 189B Rotary Wing RDAT&E - WP 195 Galena FOL 123 Culinary Training 124 Religious Training PM HAF Program Management Air Combat Command Program Management Air Education and Training Command Program Management Air Force Material Command Program Management Air Force Reserve Command Program Management Air Force Special Operations Command Program Management Air Force Space Command Program Management Air Mobility Command Program Management Air National Guard Program Management Pacific Air Force Program Management Air Force District of Washington Program Management Joint Basing Program Management

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Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.50AK XT

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.50AK WH

Fund Appropriation Code 97X0512.52CQ DA Fund Appropriation Code 97*0111.6186 ED

Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, PART V, Defense, DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICES (FY 2006), AIR FORCE. Description BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, Defense, DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICES (FY 2011), AIR FORCE

Description BRAC 2005.

Description DOD ACQUISITION WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT FUND, AIR FORCE, 1-YEAR

Fund Appropriation Code Description 97*4930. (Limit) VARIOUS AIR FORCE WORKING CAPITAL FUND (AFWCF). Officially established in FY92, the AFWCF (previously titled the Defense Business Operations Fund) is an expansion of the revolving fund concept to a larger number of Defense Support functions. AFWCF captures all costs of an operating business area and reflects the total cost of doing business in stabilized prices charged to customers. The primary goal is to provide a management structure that allows DoD managers to provide the best support at the lowest cost while enabling customers to reassess their operational requirements in light of total costs.

CONSOLIDATED SUSTAINMENT ACTIVITY GROUP (CSAG). The Air Force Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group (CSAG) was established effective October 1, 2008, under the authority of Title 10, U.S.C. section 2208. The mission of the Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group is supply management of reparable and consumable items, and maintenance activities. CSAG combines the activities of the operations formerly known as Material Support Division (MSD) of the Supply Management Activity Group, and the Depot Maintenance Activity Group (DMAG). Under CSAG, business operations formerly known as DMAG and MSD are now referred to as Maintenance Division and Supply Division, respectively.

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Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group – Maintenance Division (CSAG-Mx). Fund Center Limit Code OC-ALC (Organic) .FA27 6L OO-ALC (Organic) .FA28 6M WR-ALC (Organic) .FA29 6Z AMARG .FA23 6R Maintenance Division activities are authorized to perform: (a) overhaul, conversion, reclamation, progressive maintenance, modernization, software development, storage, modification, and repair of aircraft, missiles, engines, accessories, components, and equipment; (b) the manufacture of parts and assemblies required to support the foregoing; (c) the furnishing of other authorized services or products for the Air Force and other agencies of the Department of Defense. As directed by the Air Force Materiel Command or higher authority, the Maintenance Division may furnish the above mentioned products or services to agencies of other departments or instrumentalities of the U.S. Government, and to private parties and other agencies, as authorized by law. Contract Depot Maintenance activity was discontinued as of 1 Oct 08. Effective 1 Jul 11, any remaining Contract Depot Maintenance Activity Group (CDMAG) lines of accounting will be converted to Organic (CSAG-Mx) fund codes. Although CDMAG financials will continue to be reported thru the end of fiscal year 2011, the following limits and fund codes are no longer available for use: OC-ALC (Contract), limit FA24, fund code 6S; OO-ALC (Contract), limit FA25, fund code 6U; and WR-ALC (Contract), limit FA21, fund code 6P. Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group – Supply Division (CSAG-Supply) Limit: .FC04

Fund Code: 64

Supply Division activities are authorized to procure and manage reparable and consumable items for which the Air Force is the Inventory Control Point. These items are generally related to weapon systems and ground support, and include both depot level reparables and non-depot level reparables.

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SUPPLY MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY GROUP – RETAIL (SMAG – R) The Supply Management Activity Group – Retail (SMAG-R) was established effective October 1, 2008, under the authority of Title 10, U.S.C. section 2208. The SMAG -R manages inventory items including weapon system spare parts, medical-dental supplies and equipment, and other supply items used in non-weapon system applications. General Support Division (GSD) Limit: .FC0C

Fund Code: 6C

The General Support Division (GSD) procures and manages retail inventory of non-Air Force managed items other than those pertaining to commissary requirements. Many of the items are related to maintenance, flying hour program, and installation functions. The majority are used in support of field and depot maintenance of aircraft, ground and airborne communication systems, and other support systems and equipment. Medical-Dental Division (MDD) Limit: .FC0B

Fund Code: 6B

The Medical-Dental Division (MDD) procures and manages retail inventory of medical supplies and equipment necessary to maintain an effective Air Force Health Care system for the active military, retirees, and their dependents.

Air Force Academy Division (AFA) The Air Force Academy Division(AFA) procures and manages retail inventory of uniforms, academic supplies and other recurring issue requirements for the Cadet Wing of the United States Air Force Academy. Inventory procurement is only for mandatory items. Limit: .FC03

Fund Code: 63

UNITED STATES TRANSPORTATION COMMAND (USTRANSCOM) TRANSPORTATION WORKING CAPITAL FUND (TWCF) USTRANSCOM TWCF transferred from Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) DefenseWide Working Capital Fund responsibility to Air Force in FY98. USTRANSCOM provides air, land, and sea transportation for the Department of Defense (DoD), both in time of peace and war. As a unified command, USTRANSCOM exercises combatant command and peacetime management over the common-user aspects of the global mobility network and executes this responsibility via its Transportation Component Commands (TCC) ---- the Air Mobility Command (AMC), the Military Sealift Command

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(MSC), the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC), and the Defense Courier Division (DSDC). Defense Courier Division (DCD) Accounts for global network of courier stations responsible for secure custody/rapid transfer of highly classified/sensitive national security materials. Limit: .FD60

Fund Code: 6J

Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) Accounts for traffic management, land transportation, common-user ocean terminals and intermodal container management during peacetime and war for freight movement, personal property shipment, and passenger traffic worldwide. SDDC also has responsibility for intermodal surface transportation and peacetime long-term and voyage charters. Limit: .FD30 Fund Code: E3 Air Mobility Command (AMC) AMC provides support for service unique, strategic, and theater airlift requirements. Limit: .FD40

Fund Code: 68

Military Sealift Command (MSC). Accounts for sealift services/support for the DoD for both emergent and peacetime requirements. Limit: .FD20

Fund Code: NV

BASE SUPPORT BUSINESS AREA: (HISTORICAL – NOT ACTIVE). Under this division, laundry and dry cleaning services are provided for government owned property, nonappropriated fund property, military personnel property and other items of authorized patrons. Air Force Base Support Business Area was removed from WCF beginning FY 1995. Appropriation 97X4965.2002

Fund Code 5N

Description DEFENSE EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND.

This fund provides for supplies and services provided (by DoD) in anticipation of requests from other federal departments and agencies and from state and local governments for assistance on a

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reimbursable basis to respond to natural or manmade disasters. This account has been dormant since 9-11-01 Terrorist Attack when existing funds were moved and additional funds appropriated to 97X0833. Appropriation 97X5188.5700

Fund Code Description K1 REVENUE FROM TRANSFER OR DISPOSAL OF DOD REAL PROPERTY.

This no-year appropriation deals with revenues collected in accordance with P.L. 101-510, Section 2805. Fund Appropriation Code 97X5189.5700 K2

Description REVENUE FROM LEASING OUT DOD ASSETS.

This no-year appropriation deals with revenues collected in accordance with P.L. 101-510, Section 2806.

Fund Appropriation Code Description 97X5193.5700 D7 DOD OVERSEAS MILITARY FACILITY INVESTMENT RECOVERY ACCOUNT, DEFENSE. This appropriation provides funding authority to the Air Force for the following activities: (1) facility maintenance and repair and environmental restoration at military installations in the United States; and (2) facility maintenance and repair and compliance with applicable environmental laws at military installations outside the United States that the Secretary anticipates will be occupied by the Armed Forces for a long period. Funds provided are subject to the provisions of section 2827, Overseas Military Facility Investment Recovery Account of P.L. 102-484 and the FY 1993 National Defense Authorization Act. Funds will be for the sole purpose of financing these projects and may not be used for other purposes, or to finance projects not meeting the provisions of this special authority. Appropriation 97-11X8242.0002

Fund Code Description 4F FOREIGN MILITARY SALES TRUST FUND (CASE – DIRECT).

The FMS Trust Fund is used for payments received from purchasers and disbursements made against implemented FMS cases. This fund is cited directly on contracts for the procurement of defense articles and/or services for the purchaser.

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Fund Appropriation Code 97-11X8242.00R2 4E

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Description FOREIGN MILITARY SALES TRUST FUND (CASE – REIMBURSABLE).

The FMS Trust Fund is used for payments received from purchasers and disbursements made against implemented FMS cases. This fund is used to reimburse Military Department appropriations for deliveries from DoD stocks or services performed by DoD employees. Fund Appropriation Code 97-11X8242.AL62 4A

Description FOREIGN MILITARY SALES TRUST FUND (ADMINISTRATIVE).

The Administrative portion of the FMS Trust Fund is used to cover the costs of general non-case specific, administration of the FMS program. Costs include manpower and other requirements needed to develop, execute and close FMS cases.

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Chapter 3 CENTRALLY MANAGED OPERATING BUDGET AUTHORITIES (CM OBA) AND ALLOTMENTS (CMA) 3.1. Air Force CM OBAs and CMAs: 3.1.1. CM OBAs and CMAs must receive initial approval for operation from SAF/FM and then be reapproved annually. Guidance can be found in AFI 65-601V1, and DFAS-DE DE 7010.1-R, Chapter 27 3.2. Centrally Managed Operating Budget Authorities and Allotments: Description Appropriation OAC ADSN OPR Approved by SAF/FM: Foreign Currency Fluctuation, Defense Foreign Currency Fluctuation Construction, Defense

57*3400

34

380003

SAF/FMBOI

57*/*3300 57*/*0740 57*0745

34 34 34

380003 380003 380003

SAF/FMBIC SAF/FMBIC SAF/FMBIC

57*3500

48

525725

SAF/FMBOP

57*3500

48

525725

SAF/FMBOP

97*0130.1883

15

667100

AF/SG3Y

57*3400

47

503000

HQ AFMC/FMBOT

Aviation Fuels, NGB Aviation Fuels, AFRES

57*3840 57*3740

41 62

380100 380100

ANG/FMAE HAF/RECA

Description PCS Transportation and Storage Cost First Destination Transportation, AFMC First Destination

Appropriation

MILPERS Appropriation, AF Subsistence-in-Kind Program Defense Health Program (AF) Medical Care, AF Foreign Currency Fluctuations Second Destination Transportation, AFMC Discontinued:

OAC

ADSN

OPR

57*3850

41

380100 ANG/FMF

57*3080

47

503000 HQ AFMC/LGSH

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TDY-to-Schools

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57*3600

47

595600 HQ AFMC/LGSH

57*3840

41

503000 HQ AFMC/FMBOT

9720100.1502

43

503700 HAF/SGHC

57*3400

64

525002 HQ AETC.FMF

JAMIE M. MORIN Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Financial Management and Comptroller)

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AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 Attachment 1 GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION

References AFPD 65-6, Budget (01 May 1998) AFI 21-110, Engineering and Technical Services Management and Control (12 Apr 2012) AFI 31-205, The Air Force Corrections System (07 Apr 2004) AFI 34-242, Mortuary Affairs Program (02 Apr 2008) AFI 36-2110, Assignments (22 Sept 2009) AFI 36-2606, Reenlistment in the United States Air Force (09 May 2011) AFI 36-2911, Desertion and Unauthorized Absence (15 Oct 2009) AFPD 33-3, Information Management (08 Sept 2011) AFMAN 33-363, Management of Records (01 Mar 2008) AFI 51-601, Gifts to The Department of the Air Force (26 Nov 2003) AFI 65-601V1, Budget Guidance and Procedures (03 Mar 2005) AFI 99-103, Capabilities Based Test and Evaluation (26 Feb 2008) AFCAT 36-2223, AF Education and Training Course Announcement(ETCA) DFAS-DE 7010.1-R, General Accounting and Finance Systems at Base Level DFAS-IN 7097.01, Departmental Reporting Manual TITLES 5, 10, 16, 23, 26, 32, 37, and 38 United States Code (various) DFAS DE 7077.2 – M, USAF Standard Base-Level General Accounting and Finance System Adopted Forms DD Form 1416, Report of Programs; SF 1080, Voucher for Transfers Between Appropriations and/or Funds. Abbreviations and Acronyms AFAA—Air Force Audit Agency AFAFC—Air Force Accounting and Finance Center AFBS—Air Force Board Structure AFC—Air Force Council AFIF—Air Force Industrial Fund (now AFWCF) AFMC—Air Force Materiel Command AFPG—Air Force Planning Guide AFRC—Air Force Reserve Command

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 AFWCF—Air Force Working Capital Fund AGS—Administrator of General Services AMC—Air Mobility Command ANG—Air National Guard BA—Budget Authority BES—Budget Estimate Submission BRB—Budget Review Board BY—Budget Year CBO—Congressional Budget Office CSAF—Chief of Staff of the Air Force CSAG-Mx—Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group - Maintenance CSAG-Supply— Consolidated Sustainment Activity Group - Supply CY—Calendar Year DAB—Defense Acquisition Board DCI—Director of Central Intelligence DCS—Deputy Chief of Staff DEPSECDEF—Deputy Secretary of Defense DFAS—Defense Finance and Accounting Service DG—Defense Guidance DIP—Defense Intelligence Program DOD—Department of Defense DOD/C—DoD Comptroller DRB—Defense Resources Board DWCF—Defense Working Capital Fund EEIC—Elements of Expense Investment Code EPA—Extended Planning Annex F&FP—Force and Financial Plan FMB—Financial Management Board FMS—Foreign Military Sales FOA—Field Operating Agency FSC—Force Structure Committee FWG—Financial Working Group

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FY—Fiscal Year FYDP—Future Years Defense Program FMDD/DQS—Financial Management Data Dictionary/Data Quality Service GAO—Government Accountability Office (Formerly the General Accounting Office) GRH—GrammRudmanHollings GSD—General Support Division HAC—House Appropriations Committee HASC—House Armed Services Committee H. Con. Res.—House of Representatives Concurrent Resolution H. Res.—House of Representatives Resolution H.J. Res.—House of Representatives Joint Resolution HR—House of Representatives IRA—Intelligence Related Activities JCS—Joint Chiefs of Staff JEC—Joint Economic Committee JIEP—Joint Intelligence Estimate for Planning JPAM—Joint Program Assessment Memorandum JSCP—Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan JSPD—Joint Strategic Planning Document JSPDSA—Joint Strategic Planning Document and Supporting Analyses JSPS—Joint Strategic Planning System MAJCOM—Major Command MAP—Military Assistance Program MBI—Major Budget Issues MFP—Major Force Program MILCON—Military Construction MILPERS—Military Personnel NATO—North Atlantic Treaty Organization NFIP—National Foreign Intelligence Program NOA—New Obligational Authority NSC—National Security Council NSN—National Stock Number

AFMAN65-604 1 OCTOBER 2012 NSD—National Security Division O&M—Operation and Maintenance Appropriation O&S—Operation and Support OB—Operating Budget OBA—Operating Budget Authority OBL—Operating Budget Ledger OBRC—Operating Budget Review Committee OMB—Office of Management and Budget OPR—Office of Primary Responsibility OSD—Office of the Secretary of Defense OUSD(C)—Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) PB—President's Budget PDP—Program Decision Package PE—Program Element PEM—Program Element Monitor PF—Planning Force PGM—Planning Guidance Memorandum PIPD—Planning Input for Program Development POM—Program Objective Memorandum PPA—Program, Project, and Activity PPBS—Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System PRC—Program Review Committee RC/CC—Responsibility Center/Cost Center RDS—Records Disposition Schedule RMD—Resource Management Decision RDT&E—Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation RMS—Resource Management System S—Senate SAC—Senate Appropriations Committee SAF/FMB—Deputy Comptroller, Budget SAF/OS—Office of the Secretary of the Air Force SAF/PAR—Secretary of the Air Force for Program Assessment Reviews

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SASC—Senate Armed Services Committee S. Con. Res.—Senate Concurrent Resolution SECAF—Secretary of the Air Force SecDef—Secretary of Defense SFIS—Standard Financial Information Structure S. Res.—Senate Resolution S.J. Res.—Senate Joint Resolution SMAG-R—Supply Management Activity Group - Retail SOF—Special Operations Forces SPA—Strategy and Policy Assessment SSD—System Support Division TOA—Total Obligation Authority TWCF—Transportation Working Capital fund HAFR—United States Air Force Reserve WCF—Working Capital Fund WMP—War Mobilization Plan Terms Accounting— (1) The science of recording, classifying, summarizing (reporting), verifying, analyzing, and interpreting the economic data of a business, governmental, or other social-group enterprise or undertaking for the purpose of promoting effective control and administration. (2) The art of applying this science. Includes assisting the executive to make management decisions in exerting control over operations. (3) The rendition of a report by an operating executive at any level showing economic data evidencing his or her performance in discharging assigned responsibilities. See also accountability in Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) Publication 1. Air Force Council—Advisory Board to the Chief of Staff. Consists of Vice Chief of Staff, Assistant Vice Chief of Staff, Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Financial Management and Comptroller, Inspector General, Surgeon General, and the Deputy Chiefs of Staff. Air Force Reserve (HAFR)—Component of the U.S. Air Force under the Total Force Policy, which was adopted in 1973. The primary mission of the HAFR is to develop, maintain, and provide the active Air Force operationally ready units and trained individuals needed to augment the Air Force in time of war or national emergency. Air National Guard—The federally recognized Air National Guard of each state, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Guam.

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Allocation—A funding document issued by HAF to a major command or separate operating agency, which represents cash for commitment or obligation. Allotment—This is similar to an allocation except that it is issued by a major command or separate operating agency to its subordinate units. Apportionment—A "slice" of an appropriation given to a federal department by the Office of Management and Budget. This slice may be all or only part of the dollars appropriated. An apportionment is an allocation at departmental level, and represents the amount that can be committed or obligated, regardless of the amounts shown in the appropriation or financial plan. Appropriated Funds—This is obligational authority made available by an act of the Congress (appropriations) and distributed for use through the apportionment and allocation processes. Appropriation—A fund authorization setup by an act of the Congress, which permits a department or other governmental agency to obligate the federal government to pay for goods or services. Appropriations may last for different periods of time. Appropriation Language—The published text of an appropriations act in which the Congress spells out the dollar amounts authorized and the purposes for which those funds can be used. The text may contain certain limitations on the use of the funds. Authorization Act—An act of the Congress giving authority to buy certain things when the appropriations also are made available by the Congress. Budget—A planned program for a fiscal period in terms of estimated costs, obligations, and expenditures. Budget Authority—Authority provided by the Congress, mainly in the form of appropriations, which allows federal agencies to incur obligations. Budget authority is composed of new obligational authority (NOA), defined below, plus loan authority (which is authority to incur obligations for loans, for example, debt payment and mortgages for military family housing). Budget Cycle—That time necessary to formulate, review, present, and secure approval of the fiscal program for a specified ensuing period. Budget Estimating—The process of determining the amounts, kinds, and costs of resources needed for accomplishing a mission. Budget Year—The fiscal year covered by the budget estimate. A budget year begins 1 October and ends 30 September of the following calendar year. It is used by the federal government for accounting purposes, and is frequently referred to as "BY". Citation of Fund—A letter, teletype, or formal document by which one agency tells another agency that it can commit and obligate money of the agency providing the document. Commitment—An accounting procedure whereby funds are administratively earmarked for something to be bought in the near future. This procedure precedes obligation actions, and normally is based on firm procurement directives, orders, requisitions, or requests. Conference Action—Joint session of conferees from the House of Representatives and the Senate to reconcile differences on a bill. Cost Center—Any organizational element or function designated as an entity for the purpose of determining costs.

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Defense Resources Board (DRB)—This is the corporate review body of the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF). It acts as a board of directors, and helps the SECDEF manage the planning, programming, budgeting system (PPBS) by reviewing planning issues and conducting program and budget reviews. The DRB also assists the SECDEF to ensure that acquisition of major systems is more closely aligned with the PPBS. Defense Working Capital Fund (DWCF)—The DWCF, as implemented on 11 December 1996, is essentially a consolidation of two categories of revolving funds (stock funds and industrial funds) used in the Department of Defense (DoD) since the 1950s. DWCF business areas sell goods and services to their customers, the majority of which are DoD operating forces. Within the Air Force, DWCF business areas include Transportation (excluding common user functions assigned to the U.S. Transportation Command), Depot Maintenance, and Supply Management. There are a number of Divisions within the business areas. Enrolled Bill—The appropriations, or any other, bill after both Houses of the Congress have passed it and before the President has signed it into law. Expenditure—Actual payment for services or goods received. Financial Management Data Dictionary (FMDD)—The Air Force Financial Management Data Dictionary (FMDD) is the Authoritative Data Source (ADS) for Air Force financial programming/execution/reporting data element code values, titles, descriptions and period of availability. FMDD provides both current and historical data values accessed by the Air Force Data Quality Service (DQS). The FMDD is updated by the data owner/steward. For FM Budget codes listed in Air Force Manual 65-604, SAF/FMB is considered the data steward. Access DQS through the Air Force Portal/ HAF - Headquarters Air Force : SAF/FM - Financial Management and Comptroller : Products & Services : Data Quality Service (DQS). Fiscal Guidance—Annual guidance issued by the Secretary of Defense, which provides the fiscal constraints that must be observed by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the military departments, and Defense agencies, in the formulation of force structures and Future Years Defense Programs, and by the Secretary of Defense staff in reviewing proposed programs. Fiscal Year—The 12month period which begins 1 October of one year and ends 30 September of the next. Industrial Fund—A type of financing mechanism established (with congressional authorization) by an agency as a source of funds for businesslike activities such as printing, transportation, and maintenance services. The proceeds from sales are retained in the fund to finance continuous operation. It is considered a revolving fund. See Defense Working Capital Fund (DWCF). Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR)—A requisition from one military department to another for services, supplies, or equipment. Negative Unliquidated Obligation (NULO)—A payment of funds from the Treasury against which there is an unmatched or inadequate obligation recorded. New Obligational Authority (NOA)—The amount the Congress appropriates for agency use over and above earlier appropriations and other funds the agency may have or expect to have from other sources.

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Obligation—The estimate or actual amount of the cost of services or articles ordered. This estimate is carried in official accounting records, and serves as the basis for reserving funds, pending completion of the contract. This reservation of funds is required by public law. Outlays—Checks issued, interest accrued on public debt, or other payments made, net of refunds and reimbursements. Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System (PPBS)—An integrated Department of Defense resource management system. It is a method for establishing, maintaining, and revising the Future Years Defense Program and the Department of Defense Budget. Program Element Code (PEC)—A description of a mission by the identification of the organizational entities and resources needed to perform the assigned mission. Resources consist of forces, manpower, materiel quantities, and costs, as applicable. The program element is the basic building block of the Future Years Defense Program. Program Objective Memorandum (POM)—A periodic submission to the Secretary of Defense from each military department and Defense agency which proposes total program requirements for the next six years, and includes the rationale for planned changes from the approved Future Years Defense Program baseline in the Fiscal Guidance. Program Year—A fiscal year in the Future Years Defense Program that ends not earlier than the second year beyond the current calendar year. Thus, during calendar year 1995 the first program year is fiscal year 1997. Reclaim—A request to duly constituted authority to reconsider its decision or its proposed action. Resource Management Decision (RMD)—A Secretary of Defense or Deputy Secretary of Defense decision authorizing changes to a submitted budget estimate and the Future Years Defense Program. The RMD document records the final decisions on Program Objective Memorandum (POM) proposals and approves Department of Defense component POM, as modified by decisions. Revolving Fund—A fund established to finance a cycle of operations to which reimbursements and collections are returned for reuse in a manner such as will maintain the principal of the fund, e.g., working capital funds, industrial funds, and loan funds. See Defense Working Capital Fund. Standard Financial Information Structure (SFIS)—is a comprehensive "common business language" that supports information and data requirements for budgeting, financial accounting, cost/performance management, and external reporting across the DoD enterprise. SFIS standardizes financial reporting across DoD, thereby reducing the cost of auditability. It allows revenues and expenses to be reported by programs that align with major goals versus by appropriation categories. It enables decision-makers to efficiently compare programs and their associated activities and costs across DoD. And, it provides a basis for common valuation of DoD programs, assets, and liabilities. Stock Fund—See Supply Management Activity Group. Supply Management Activity Group—(formerly Stock Fund) A revolving fund established to finance 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

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are available for use by the fund, without further action by the Congress. Also referred to as Supply Business Activity. See Defense Working Capital Fund. Total Obligational Authority (TOA)—The total financial requirements of the Future Years Defense Program, or any component thereof, required to support the approved program of a given fiscal year. Unexpected Balance—The sum of the unobligated balance and the unliquidated obligations. (See below.) Unliquidated Obligation—An obligation for which payment has not been made. Unmatched Disbursement (UMD)—A payment that has been received by the Accounting Office but has not yet been entered into the accounting records. Unobligated Balance—That portion of available funds which has not been obligated.

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Dec 7, 2006 - exercises It applies to ACC and ACC gained units who participate in the JPEC, including the planning .....

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Apr 15, 2008 - charged with configuring and operating HC/MC-130P aircraft for Combat Search ... Information Management S

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Jan 11, 2017 - AFMAN36-203 11 JANUARY 2017 accordance with AFMAN 33-363, ... OPPORTUNITY AND AFFIRMATIVE EMPLOYMENT POLI

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Mar 1, 2017 - examples are entering the weather (intentionally or inadvertently), NVG battery failure, flight into smoke

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Jan 31, 2017 - narrative parts of the standard structures for ease of reference and to facilitate future updates; and ..

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Jan 10, 2013 - This pamphlet is an informational “how to” publication that provides historical references and guidan

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Nov 28, 2014 - provides guidance and procedures on Patient Centered Medical Home Operations for Air Force. Family Health