The Plan for Joint Use of Military Airfields: Pursuant to Section 504 (d) (3) of the Airport and Airway Improvement Act of 1982 (Public Law 97-248)
Department of Defense, 1984
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accommodate activity additional agency agreement air carrier Air Force aircraft operator airfield airport alternate annual applicable approach approved approximately Army authority aviation aircraft aviation facility base capacity cargo Category Certificate Chief Civil Activity civil aircraft civilian Command completed considered construction contract Corps cost County Defense demand Department DESIGN DEVELOPMENT equipment estimated Evaluation existing Federal fees feet field flight foreign Form fuel Government increase indicated installation International Island Item joint June landing liability limited located March Marine MCAS miles military MILITARY AIRFIELDS mission Name Navy noise officer operations paragraph parking passengers permit personnel Point POTENTIAL SPONSOR present problem PROPOSED CIVIL region regulation request Reserve runway safety SECRETARY Submitted taxiway terminal traffic TRANSPORTATION United USAF installation wing
Página 7 - Commands: Commander in Chief, US Atlantic Fleet Commander in Chief, US Pacific Fleet Commander in Chief, US Naval Forces Europe Commander, Military Sealift Command Commander...
Página 10 - Air navigation facilities owned or operated by the United States may be made available for public use under such conditions and to such extent as the head of the department or other independent establishment having jurisdiction thereof deems advisable and may by regulation prescribe.
Página 13 - Normal landing fee. The normal landing fee is based on the aircraft maximum authorized gross takeoff weight, to the nearest 1,000 pounds. The maximum gross takeoff weight may be determined either from item 7P of OPNAV Form 3770/1 or from the "Airplane Flight Manual" carried aboard each aircraft.
Página 9 - ... Insurance, is on file with an executing authority, it is valid until insurance expiration date and may be used by that executing authority as a basis for his action on any subsequent OPNAV Forms 3770/1 submitted for approval. (f) Security deposit All applications, other than those listed in § 766.11(a) contemplating more than one landing per month, will be accompanied by a security deposit in the form of a certified check payable to the "Treasurer of the United States...
Página 5 - Request routed through component command for indorsement. (3) Civilian employees of the US Government. Permits civilian employees of the US Government, operating their own or leased aircraft, to use a USAF installation only for official Government business travel purposes. Verification: Copy of current travel orders or additional documentation certifying requirement. (4) Retired US military (includes retired regular and reserves that are entitled to retired pay). Permits retired US military personnel,...
Página 4 - ... facility for: (i) Sales or service representation to authorized military agents (eg the exchange, commissary, or contracting officer). (ii) Services in connection with US Government contracts. Contracting agency and contract numbers) must be cited in the application for an Aviation Facility License. (c) Department of defense charter or contract. Aircraft operating under a Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service (MTMTS), Military Airlift Command (MAC), or Navy charter or contract for...
Página 2 - To maintain and operate facilities and provide services and material to support operations of a Marine Aircraft wing, or units thereof, and other activities and units as designated by the Commandant of the Marine Corps in coordination with the Chief of Naval Operations.