BY ORDER OF THE AIR FORCE MANUAL 65-604

SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE 30 SEPTEMBER 1995

Financial Management

APPROPRIATION SYMBOLS AND BUDGET CODES

(FISCAL YEAR 1996)

NOTICE: This publication is available digitally. Contact your Publishing Distribution Office (PDO) for the monthly CD-ROM or access to the bulletin board system. The target date for discontinuing paper publications is December, 1996.

This manual implements AFPD 65-6, Budget. AFMAN 65-604 compiles the current (FY 1996 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. See attachment 1 for a glossary of references, abbreviations, acronyms, and terms.

SUMMARY OF REVISIONS

This Fiscal Year 1996 edition continues as AFMAN 65-604. Prior editions were called AFI 65-601, Vol 4, and AFR 172-1, Vol IV. 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.

Paragraph
Chapter 1--Special Instructions
How To Use This Manual 1.1
How To Read Chapters 2 and 3 1.2

Chapter 2--Symbols and Codes
Page Summary of Appropriation Numbers, Fund Codes, and Titles 2.1
Air Force Appropriations 2.2
DoD Appropriations 2.3

Chapter 3--Centrally Managed Operating Budget Authorities (CM OBA) and Allotments (CMA)
Status of CM OBAs and CMAs 3.1
Centrally Managed Operating Budget Authorities and Allotments 3.2

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Attachment
1. Glossary of References, Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Terms 227

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Supersedes AFMAN 65-604, 1 September 1995. Certified by: SAF/FMBM (Mr Robert W. Zook)
OPR: SAF/FMBMD (Mr Brian K. Sprague) Pages: 234/Distribution: F

HChapter 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-FY 96 appropriation act symbols and codes, see previous editions of AFMAN 65-604, AFI 65-601, volume 4, and AFR 172-1, volume IV.
1.1.2. Time Limits for Appropriations:
1.1.2.1. Single-year appropriations 576XXXX and 976XXXX expire on 30 Sep 1996 and cancel 30 Sep 2001.
1.1.2.2. Two-year appropriations 576/7XXXX and 976/7XXXX (such as those for RDT&E funding) expire on 30 Sep 1997 and cancel 30 Sep 2002. Fund DT&E projects incrementally (not as "fully funded programs," as you would for procurement funding).
1.1.2.3. Three-year appropriations 576/8XXXX and 976/8XXXX (such as those for procurement funding) expire on 30 Sep 1998 and cancel 30 Sep 2003.
1.1.2.4. Five-year appropriations 576/0XXXX and 976/0XXXX expire on 30 Sep 2000 and cancel 30 Sep 2005.
1.1.3. DoD uses special working symbols for the Military Family Housing appropriation. An annual appropriation (57*7045) covers the funding for operation and maintenance (O&M) and debt payments while a multiple (5) year account (57*0704) covers the funding for housing construction (these symbols are Air Force pseudo-symbols: the actual treasury symbol is 57*0704). Insert these symbols into Air Force funding documents and other follow-on documents initiating, committing, obligating, or disbursing funds. If you are reporting outside DoD, convert the special working symbols into the actual multiple-year symbols at the Department level.

1.2. How To Read Chapters 2 and 3:
1.2.1. In chapter 2, Air Force and DoD appropriations appear in numerical order. Supplemental appropriations
that have a unique appropriation symbol follow the primary appropriation.

1.2.2. Each appropriation classification in paragraph 2.1.3 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.

1.2.2.2. For one-year accounts, the third digit identifies the fiscal year; for example, 5763400 designates the FY 1996 Operation and Maintenance, Air Force, appropriation. For multiyear accounts, the third and fourth digits identify the multiple fiscal years of the appropriation; for example, 576/83010 designates the FY 1996/1998 Aircraft Procurement, Air Force, appropriation.

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.

HChapter 2

SYMBOLS AND CODES

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

FUND

APPROPRIATION CODE APPROPRIATION TITLE PAGE

576/83010 11 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE 6
576/83011 H8 PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE 13
576/83020 15 MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE 14
576/83080 17 OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE 22
576/03300 25 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE 32
572/73300 XF MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE 35
57X3300 XC MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE (NO-YEAR) 36
5763400 30 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE 37
5763500 32 MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE 50
576/73600 29 RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION, AIR FORCE 87
5763700 50 RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE 92
576/03730 57 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE RESERVE 106
5763740 54 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE AIR FORCE RESERVE 108
576/03830 53 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR NATIONAL GUARD 109
5763840 58 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD 111
5763850 56 NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE 113
57*5095 74 CONSERVATION PROGRAMS ON MILITARY RESERVATIONS,
AIR FORCE 121
576/07040 89 FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE 122
5767045 83 FAMILY HOUSING OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE 124
572/77045 HU FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE 129
57*8928 75 AIR FORCE GENERAL GIFT FUND 130
57-1131082.003 45 FOREIGN MILITARY FINANCING PROGRAM, EXECUTIVE
(TRANSFERS TO AIR FORCE) 131
57-1131081 49 INTERNATIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING
(TRANSFERS TO AIR FORCE) 137
57-12X1105 2N STATE AND PRIVATE FORESTRY, FOREST SERVICE 139
9760100.1102 2M (O&M) LEGACY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 140
9760100.1202 Z4 DEFENSE AGENCIES O&M, OFFICE OF JOINT CHIEFS OF
STAFF (JCS) 141
9760100.1402 G2 (O&M) DEFENSE MEDICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY (DMSA) 142
9760100.1702 T8 (O&M) FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM 143
97*0100.0200 81 CONTINGENCIES, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
(ALLOCATION TO DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE) 144
9760100.2002 16 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE AGENCIES 145
9760100.2302 D8 FEDERAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 146
9760100.2902 2G CORPORATE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 147
9760100.4160 J4 DEFENSE VISUAL INFORMATION SCHOOL 148
9760100.5602 G1 O&M, U.S. SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND 149
9760100.6032 2P SECTION SIX SCHOOLS PROGRAM - AF O&M 162
9760100.6042 CB FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM 163
9760100.6082 2S O&M DEFENSE AGENCIES TRANSITION ASSISTANCE 164
9760100.6092 2T O&M DEFENSE AGENCIES RELOCATION ASSISTANCE 165
970/50103.1102 20 DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART I (BRAC 88) 166
971/50103.1102 166
972/50103.1102 166
973/50103.1102 166
976/760130.1853 CA DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 171
976/70130.1863 2E DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM (AF), RDT&E 171
976/80130.1873 2F DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM (AF), PROCUREMENT 171
976/70131.0200 ZW REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE (AF) 172
FUND
APPROPRIATION CODE APPROPRIATION TITLE PAGE

976/70131.0201 ZX REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE (AFR) 173
976/70131.0202 ZY REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE (ANG) 174
976/70131.5602 G6 REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE, SOF 175
976/70131.6032 J1 REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, SECTION SIX SCHOOLS 176
97X0132.1102 2Z MT. PINATUBO DISASTER RELIEF FUND, DISASTER RELIEF 177
976/80300.0200 5D PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE AGENCIES 178
976/80300.1202 YU PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE AGENCIES-JCS 179
976/80300.1402 2L AQCESS 180
976/80300.2002 2K PROCUREMENT 181
976/80300.2902 2H CORPORATE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 182
976/80300.5602 G3 PROCUREMENT, U.S. SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND 183
976/80300.6032 2D SECTION SIX SCHOOLS PROGRAM - AF PROCUREMENT 186
976/80350.0201 YR AIR FORCE RESERVE EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT 187
976/80350.0202 YG AIR NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT 188
97X0360.1102 D5 DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES (SUBALLOCATED
TO DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE) 189
976/70400.0200 5E RDT&E, DEFENSE AGENCIES 190
976/70400.1102 5K RDT&E DEFENSE AGENCIES 191
97*0400.1187 59 RDT&E, DEFENSE TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT ACTIVITY (DTESA) 192
976/70400.25FF YL STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVES, RDT&E 193
976/70400.5602 G4 RDT&E, U.S. SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND 194
976/70450.1102 5P TEST AND EVALUATION - NATO 197
976/00500.0200 84 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, DOD 198
976/00500.1202 YW MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, JCS 199
976/00500.1402 YS MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, DEFENSE MEDICAL SUPPORT
ACTIVITY (SUBALLOCATION TO THE AIR FORCE) 200
976/00500.2502 YT MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVES
OFFICE (SDIO) (SUBALLOCATION TO THE AIR FORCE 201
976/00500.5602 G5 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, U.S. SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND 202
97X0510.1102 2R DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91)
FY 92 - FY 94 203
97X0510.11A2 HY DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91)
FY 95 ONLY 204
97X0510.1632 5F DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART III
(BRAC 93)FY 94 205
97X0510.16A2 HZ DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART II
(BRAC 93)FY 95 206
97X0510.16B2 HD DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93)
FY 96 ONLY 207
97X0510.40B2 HP DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95)
FY 96 207
9760800.0200 78 SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY PROGRAM, DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE (ALLOCATION TO DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE) 208
97*0819.0200 YX HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 209
976/70828.1102 K6 ECONOMIC GROWTH PROGRAM 210
97*4930 VARIOUS DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATIONS FUND (DBOF) 211
97*4965.2002 5N DEFENSE EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND 216
97X5189.57 K2 REVENUE FROM LEASING OUT DOD ASSETS 217
97X5193.5700 D7 DOD OVERSEAS MILITARY FACILITY INVESTMENT RECOVERY
ACCOUNT, DEFENSE 218
97X8097.02 MR DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO
DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER
CENTER - AIR FORCE PAYEES) 219
97X8097.A4 XN DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO
DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER
CENTER -NAVY PAYEES) 220
97X8097.A5 XM DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO
DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER
CENTER - MARINE CORP PAYEES) 221
97X8097.A1 XA DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE-DENVER CENTER - ARMY PAYERS) 222
FUND
APPROPRIATION CODE APPROPRIATION TITLE PAGE

97X8335.10A1 K3 DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE
(VSI) BENEFICIARY TRUST FUND - ARMY PAYEES 223
97X8335.10A2 J7 DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE
(VSI) BENEFICIARY TRUST FUND - AIR FORCE PAYEES 224
97X8335.10A4 K4 DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE
(VSI) BENEFICIARY TRUST FUND - NAVY PAYEES 225
97X8335.10A5 K5 DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE
(VSI) BENEFICIARY TRUST FUND - MARINES PAYEES 226

2.2. Air Force Appropriations:

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
576/83010 11 AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

This appropriation provides for fabricating and procuring:
(1) aircraft weapon systems.
(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.

It excludes:
(1) procuring of Air Force Stock Fund items (except from the Stock Fund).
(2) base procurement.
(3) AVPOL (except predelivery fuel).

100000 AIRCRAFT WEAPON SYSTEM

This program provides for fabricating and procuring complete aircraft, including:
(1) flyaway costs.
(2) advance procurement. (Use MPC Code XX3X for advance procurement).
(3) HInitial Aircraft Support Equipment (common or peculiar).
(4) training devices (for example, aircraft simulators)
(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.
(8) predelivery fuel.
(9) program management administration (PMA) requirement.
(10) primary and alternate mission eqiupment.

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 modifications of:
(a) in-service aircraft.
(b) aircraft peculiar 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 HQ USAF approved and directed modernization and maintenance programs:
(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 deriving from the 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 99-101 and AFI 65-601, volume 1, chapter 14).
(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 costs.
(9) PMA requirement.

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) 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 & DEFENSE BUSINESS
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL BP10 BP11 BP12 BP13 BP19 OPERATIONS FUNDS (DBOF)

Initial
Peculiar X X X X
Common X X

Replacement
Peculiar X X
Common X

DEPOT
Initial
Peculiar X X X X
Common X X X X

Replacement
Peculiar X
Common X

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.
(4) procurement related contractor support.
(5) program management administration requirements.

(6) new procurement of out of production aircraft flight simulators and flight crew or maintenance training devices (initial or replacement) and their initial support equipment.

13**** Budget Program

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 AIRCRAFT REPLENISHMENT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS

This program provides for the procurement of investment type replenishment spares and repair parts which are exempt from the Defense Business Operations Fund's Reparable Support Division. The exempt categories are:
(1) nonstock listed items for specific classified programs,
(2) Contractor Logistics Support recompetition spares packages, and
(3) munitions items managed in Combat Ammunition System (CAS).

15**** Budget Program

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

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 other production) or mission changes.

Budget as initial spares investment items whose pipelines must be increased because of increased quantity of aircraft being procured.

16**** Budget Program

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 for a new weapon system is to 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 SPO. Budget funds on the BP1300 line for this equipment even though there are no weapon system quantities on the line. If, for some justifiable reason, the SPO is unable to satisfy this short fall 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 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

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.

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 49 F-X
02 A-X 50 F-15 (All Series)
03 A-1 (All Series) 51 F-16 (All Series)
04 A-7 All Series) 52 T-X
05 A-10 53 TR-1
06 A-26A 54 H-1 (All Series)
07 A-37 55 HH-3E
08 OV-10A 56 H-3 (All Series)
09 B-26 (All Series) 57 H-13 (All Series)
10 B-52 (All Series) 58 H-19 (All Series)
11 B-57 (All Series) 59 H-21 (All Series)
12 B-66 (All Series) 60 H-23 (All Series)
13 AMSA 61 H-34 (All Series)
14 FB-111 62 H-43 (All Series)
15 C-47 (All Series) 63 HH-53 (All Series)
16 C-54 (All Series) 64 H-X
17 C-97 (All Series) 65 CH-47
18 C-121 (All Series) 66 T-41 (All Series)
19 C-118 (All Series) 67 T-6 (All Series)
20 DC-6B 68 T-28 (All Series)
21 C-119 (All Series) 69 T-29 (All Series)
22 C-123 (All Series) 70 T-33 (All Series)
23 C-130 (All Series) 71 T-34 (All Series)
24 C-131 (All Series) 72 T-37 (All Series)
25 C-135 (All Series) 73 T-38 (All Series)
26 C-10 (All Series) 74 T-39 (All Series)
27 C-137 (All Series) 75 U-1 (All Series)
28 C-140 (All Series) 76 U-3 (All Series)
29 C-141 (All Series) 77 U-4 (All Series)
30 CX-2 78 U-6 (All Series)
31 C-5A 79 U-7 (All Series)
32 C-7A 80 U-10 (All Series)
33 C-8A 81 U-16 (All Series)
34 E-3A 82 U-17 (All Series)
37 F-100 (All Series) 83 0-1 (All Series)
38 F-101 (All Series) 84 0-2 (All Series)
39 RF-4E 85 CL-44A
40 RF-5A 86 G-159
41 F-102 (All Series) 87 Cessna 180
42 F-104 (All Series) 88 VC-6A
43 F-105 (All Series) 89 C-4
44 F-106 (All Series) 90 C-9A
45 F-111 (All Series) 92 RV-X
46 F-4 (All Series) 93 X-15A
47 F-5 (All Series) 94 YQU-22 (All Series)
48 F-12 (All Series) 98 C-X
99 T-39 Type
ALPHA:
CO E-4 C-22
OA XV-4A C-23
OB Other Items and Related Codes C-25
OC E-4 C-26
FF F-100 Engine TO Common Trailer C-27
ZO Common Aircraft E-3
B-1 E-8
B-2 E-9
C5-B SR-71
C-12 T-1
C-17
C-18
C-21

190000 OTHER 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.
(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.

19DARP DEFENSE AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE PROGRAM

This program provides centralized funding for multi-Service and Air Force requirements to field future airborne reconnaissance systems. Also funds DARO aircraft procurement requirements.

19**** Budget Program

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-DE, OAC 45, ADSN 380100.

994000 PROGRESS PAYMENTS. Covers progress payments to contractors--less liquidations properly chargeable to other budget accounts (see DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-102).

996000 APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENTS

This program provides for accumulating reimbursements to this appropriation.
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
576/83011 H8 PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE

35**** BUDGET ACTIVITY

35**** PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE

36**** REIMBURSEMENT

This budget activity will move to Weapons Procurement (BP2700) in Appropriation 577/03020 in FY 97, contingent on Congressional approval. Previously this budget activity provided for procuring direct and indirect munitions and associated equipment (except guided missile warheads).

Fund
Appropriation Code Description

576/83020 15 MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

This appropriation provides for fabricating and procuring:
(1) missile weapon systems, including remotely piloted vehicles (RPV) or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
(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) orbital incentives.
(13) launch vehicles.
(14) program management administration requirements for ACAT I and ACAT II programs.

It excludes:

(1) procuring Air Force stock fund items (except from the stock fund).
(2) base procurement.
(3) contract technical services (see AFI 21-110).
(4) TDY for Air Force civilian and military members.
(5) engine component improvement (moved to RDT&E).
(6) missile launchers installed on aircraft (moved to Aircraft Procurement Account).

200000 MISSILE WEAPON SYSTEM

This program provides for fabricating and procuring complete missiles, drones, RPVs, UAVs, and guided rockets, including:
(1) flyaway costs.
(2) advance procurement. (Use MPC code XX3X for advance procurement).
(3) direct ground support equipment.
(4) training equipment and devices.
(5) remote vehicles, procured separately.
(6) site activation.
(7) technical data.
(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 and remotely piloted vehicles (RPV).
(b) direct ground support equipment.
(c) training equipment (missile).
(2) procuring, under HQ USAF-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 99-101 and AFI 65-601, volume 1, chapter 14).
(9) modification installation costs for production kits.

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 and Remotely Piloted Vehicle (RPV) systems. Replacement war consumable items for RPVs are also funded by BP22. This budget program funds replacement inert and dummy training (D-1 through D-5 and T-1 through T-5) missiles for out-of-production assets. All replacement missiles, vehicles, support equipment, spares, modifications, and operations and maintenance costs for Rapier missile System are funded by BP22 in accordance with a memorandum of understanding between the United States, the United Kingdom, and Turkey (ends with FY 95 funding).

The following chart shows the source of funding for missile support equipment:

ORGANIZATIONAL & DEFENSE BUSINESS
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL BP20 BP21 BP22 OPERATIONS FUNDS (DBOF)
Initial
Peculiar X X
Common X

Replacement
Peculiar X X
Common X

DEPOT
Initial
Peculiar X X
Common X X

Replacement
Peculiar X
Common X

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 Headquarters Air Force and major command 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 33 LGM-30 Minuteman
18 LGM-118 Peacekeeper 34 MGM-134 SICBM

222*** Tactical and Other Missiles

01 M-1 MB-1 21 AIM-9 Sidewinder
02 AIM-47 22 AGM-129A Advanced Cruise Missile
03 BGM-109 GLCM 23 AGM-84 Harpoon
04 AGM-78 Standard ARM 24 TBD
05 AGM-88 HARM 25 Rapier
06 AGM-86 ALCM 26 AIM-7 Sparrow
08 AIM-4 Super Falcon 27 PROG 726
09 MGM-13 Quail 28 AGM-79
10 AIM-120 AMRAAM 29 BQM-34 Firebee
11 AGM-12 Bullpup 30 AGM-130 Powered GBU-15
12 CIM-10 Bomark 31 AGM-28
13 AGM-45 Shrike 32 M-76
14 ASAT 35 Target Drone
15 MQM-33 36 Tactical Drone
16 M-16 39 Stinger
17 AGM-131A SRAM II 40 AGM-69 SRAM
19 AGM-65 Maverick 41 QF-106 Full Scale Drone
20 ADM-20 42 AGM-37
43 AGM-142 HAVE NAP 99 OTHER (see last digit)

230000 SPACE PROGRAMS

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

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 stock fund exempt replenishment spares and repair parts required to support:
(1) missiles, remotely piloted vehicles, and guided rockets in inventory.
(2) direct ground support equipment (AGE).
(3) automatic testing equipment.
(4) training devices.
(5) WRM.
(6) Contract Maintenance Spares.
(7) depot tools and test equipment.

25**** 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) missiles, remotely piloted vehicles (RPV), and guided rockets being procured.
(2) the modification and modernization program.
(3) related ground support equipment (AGE).
(4) automatic testing equipment.
(5) training devices.
(6) contract maintenance spares.
(7) depot tools and test equipment.
(8) provisioning documentation.

26**** Budget Program

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

270000 GUIDED BOMBS AND MUNITIONS

This budget activity provides for procuring direct and indirect munitions and associated equipment (except guided missile warheads). Munitions (with the exception of the M-16 A21 Rifle), formerly BP 8100 in FY 94 and BP 3500 in FY 95, transferred to Appropriation 576/83011, Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force, in FY 96.

271*** Rockets and Launchers.

27113* 2.75 Inch Rocket Motor.

27122* 2.75 Inch Rocket Head Signature.

27199* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Rockets & Launchers.

272*** Cartridges.

27205* 5.56MM.

27210* 20 MM Combat

27211* 20MM Training.

27212* 30MM Training.

27220* 40MM TP Grenades.

27221* 40MM HE Grenades.

27236* Cartridge Chaff RR-180.

27237* Cartridge Chaff RR-188.

27241* Signal, MK-4 MOD 3.

27244* Cartridge, Imp, 3000 FT/LBS.

27299* Items Less than $2,000,000/Cartridges.

273*** Bombs.

27305* MK-82 Inert/BDU-50.

27307 Timer Actuator Fin Fuze

27333* Laser Bomb Guidance Kit.

27341* 25 LB Practice Bomb.

27342* BDU-38 Practice Bomb.

27351* MK-84 Bomb Empty.

27352* Skeet/Sensor Fuzed Weapon.

27357* CBU-87, (CEM).

27365* CBU-89 Gator Inert

27399* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Bombs.

274*** Targets.

27499* Items Less Than $2,000.000/Targets.

275*** Other Items.

27502* MJU-7B Flare.

27503* LUU-2 B/B Flare.

27506* MJU-23 Flare.
27507* MJU-10B Flare.

27508* ALA-17 Flare.

27509* M-206 Flare.

27590* Spares and Repair Parts (HQ USAF use only).

27590A Initial Spares for BP27**** equipment.

27590K Replenishment Spares for BP27**** equipment.

27595* Special Programs (HQ USAF use only).

27597* Modifications of BP27**** equipment.

27599* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Other Items.

276*** Fuzes.

27616* FMU-139 Fuze.

27617* Joint Programmable Fuze (JPF)

27699* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Fuzes.

277*** Other Weapons.

27707* 12 Gauge Shotgun.

27711* Squad Automatic Weapon.

27712* M-16 A-2 Rifle.

27713* 9MM Compact Pistol.

27714* .50 Cal Rifle Disrupter.

27715* M2 .50 Cal Machine Gun.

27716* 12 Gauge EOD Shotgun.

HQ USAF assigns an alphanumeric sixth digit of a BPAC code for an item on the Procurement Authorization (PA) or Budget Authorization (BA).

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.

287*** Missile Initial Spares and Repair Parts.

288*** HQ USAF 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 18 AGM-65A (Maverick)
01 M-1 (All Series) 19 M-65 (All Series) (Maverick)
02 MGM-1C 20 M-76 (All Series)
03 M-4 (All Series) 21 AIM-47A
04 M-7 (All Series) 22 XAGM-48A
05 M-9 (All Series) 23 XAGM-79A
06 M-10 (All Series) 24 AGM-69A (SRAM)
07 M-12 (All Series) 25 AGM-78A (Standard ARM)
08 M-13 (All Series) 26 AGM-78B (Standard ARM)
09 M-16 (All Series) 27 Program 726
10 M-20 (All Series) 28 AGM-37A
11 M-25 (All Series) 29 Other Items
12 M-26 (All Series) 30 AGM-86 (ALCM)
13 M-28 (All Series) 31 BGM-109 (GLCM)
14 M-30 (All Series) 32 Target Drone (ALL)
15 MQM-33 (All Series) 33 Tactical Drone (ALL)
16 M-34 (All Series) 34 Reconnaissance (ALL)
17 AGM-45A (Shrike) 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)

290000 OTHER SUPPORT

This program provides for:
(1) SAF-approved classified projects.
(2) Other USAF-directed charges.
29**** Budget Program

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-DE, OAC 45, ADSN 380100.

994000 PROGRESS PAYMENTS. Covers progress payments to contractors--less liquidations properly chargeable to other budget accounts (see DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-102).

996000 APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENTS

This program provides for accumulating reimbursements to this appropriation.
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
576/83080 17 OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE

This appropriation provides for procuring the following categories of materiel:
(1) vehicular equipment.
(2) electronic and telecommunication equipment, including cryptologic equipment, and its executive software.
(3) other base maintenance and support equipment.
(4) spares and repair parts.
It further provides for:
(1) installation/emplacement of equipment.
(2) production product improvement, including technical data packages.
(3) preproduction models on production contracts.
(4) testing of production items.
(5) technical data and handbooks procured with the end items.
(6) base procurement of investment equipment.
(7) permanent modification kits for in-service or in-production equipment and components.
(8) engineering data.
(8A) Type I Training.
(8B) power conditions backup e.g.
(9) initial spares and repair parts.
(10) replenishment spares and repair parts. (Applies only to Munitions and Associated Equipment (Budget Activity 81) and specific classified programs in Electronics and Telecommunications Equipment (Budget Activity 83).)
(11) First Destination Transportation (funded in the Other Procurement Appropriation in FY 91 and beyond only).
(12) acquisition of test articles for FOT&E, QT&E, qualification tests, PAT&E, and QOT&E (AFI 99-101 and AFI 65-601, volume 1, chapters 8 and 14).
(13) Program Management Administration Requirements.

NOTE: 1. Spares and repair parts moved to BP84 in FY 95 and has become a separate Budget Activity in FY 96.

2. Asset capitalization program has reverted to DBOF.

3. This appropriation does not provide for:

(1) procuring Air Force stock fund items (except from the stock fund).
(2) base procurement of expense equipment.
(3) contract technical services (see AFI 21-110).
(4) all prototype models.
(5) development, maintenance of, and changes to, software (see AFI 65-601, volume 1, chapter 4, section c).

HQ USAF assigns an alphanumeric sixth digit of a BPAC code for an item on Procurement Authorization (PA) or Budget Authorization (BA).

81**** BUDGET ACTIVITY

81**** MUNITIONS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT

This budget activity moved to 3011 in FY 95 and will move to Weapons Procurement (BP2700) in Appropriation 576/93020 in FY 96, contingent on Congressional approval. Previously this budget activity provided for procuring direct and indirect munitions and associated equipment (except guided missile warheads) including all the items identified for provisioning in the foregoing appropriation description.

82**** BUDGET ACTIVITY

82**** VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT

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

821*** Passenger Carrying Vehicles.

82101* Sedan, 4 Dr, 4x2.

82111* Station Wagon, 4x2.

82121* Bus, 28 Passenger.

82122* Bus, Intercity.

82123* Bus, 32-44 Passenger.

82124* Buses.

82131* Ambulance, Bus.

82135* Ambulances.

82140* Modular Ambulance.

82150* 14-23 Passenger Bus.

82160* Law Enforcement Vehicle.

82170* Armored Sedan.

822*** Cargo & Utility Vehicles.

82201* Truck, Stake & Platform.

82206* Truck, Cargo-Utility, 3/4T, 4x4.

82207* Truck, Cargo-Utility, 1/2T, 4x2.

82211* Truck, Pickup, 1/2T, 4x2.

82212* Truck, Pickup, Compact.

82216* Truck, Multistop, 1T, 4x2.

82217* Truck, Panel, 4x2.

82219* Truck, Carryall

82220* Commercial Utility Cargo Vehicle.

82221* Truck Cargo 2.5T M-35.

82223* Medium Tactical Vehicle.

82225* Truck, Cargo, 2 1/2T.

82233* Truck, Tractor, Over 5T.

82242* Truck, Dump, 5T.

82252* Truck, Utility.

82291* Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Vehicles.

82299* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Cargo-Utility.

823*** Special Purpose Vehicles.

82306* Truck, Phone Line Construction.

82311* Truck, Tank, 1200 Gal.

82312* Truck, Tank, Fuel, R-11.

82313* Truck, Tank, Fuel, M-49.

82320* HMMWV, Armored.

82333* Tractor, Tow, Flightline.

82357* Mobile Maint Unit.

82399* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Special Purpose.

824*** Fire Fighting Equipment.

82403* Truck, Crash, P-23.

82404* Truck, Water, P-26.

82405* Heavy Rescue Vehicle

82421* Truck, Pumper, P-24.

82422* Truck, Pumper, P-22.

82499* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Fire Fighting.

825*** Materials Handling Equipment.

82501* Truck, F/L 4000 LB.

82502* Truck, F/L 6000 LB.

82503* Truck, F/L 10,000 LB.

82504* Truck, F/L Large Capacity AT.

82507* 25K Forklift.

82511* Wide Body Aircraft MHE.

82512* 60K A/C Loader.
82513* 25K A/C Loader.

82514* 50K Container Handler.

82599* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Materials Handling Equipment.

826*** Base Maintenance Support.

82611* Loader, Scoop.

82621* Runway Snow Removal and Cleaning Equipment.

82634* Excavator, Ded, PT.

82635* Well Drilling System.

82697* Modifications of BP 82**** equipment.

82699* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Base Maintenance Support.

82910* Canceled Account Adjustment.

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

83**** BUDGET ACTIVITY

83**** ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT

This budget activity provides for procuring ground (non-airborne) cryptologic, electronics, telecommunications, general purpose ADPE and associated equipment, including all items identified for provisioning in the Other Procurement appropriation general description.

831*** Communications Security Equipment.

83101* COMSEC Equipment.

83197* Modifications (COMSEC).

832*** Intelligence Programs.

83201* Intelligence Data Handling System.

83206* Intelligence Training Equipment.

83207* Intelligence Comm Equipment.

83299* Items Less Than $2,000,000 (Intelligence).

833*** Electronics Programs.

83301* Air Traffic Control and Landing System (ATCALS).

83302* National Aerospace System.

83304* Theater Air Control System Improvements.
83307* Weather Observ/Forecast.

83310* Defense Support Program.

83312* OTH-B Radar.

83314* Strategic Command and Control.

83316* Cheyenne Mountain Complex.

83320* BMEWS Modernization.

83321* Space Based IR Sensor Prog.

83322* SPACE TRACK

83328* NAVSTAR GPS.

83334* Defense Meteorological Satellite Program.

83337* MARS/USAF-FAA Radar Upgrade.

83338* TAC SIGINT Support.

83339* Aerostat Radars.

83340* Distant Early Warning Radar/North Warning.

83344* Drug Interdiction Program.

83350* Imagery Transmission.

83351* NDS (NUDET Detection System)

83353* Tactical Warning Systems Support.

83354* North Atlantic Defense C3.

834*** Special Communication/Electronics Projects.

83401* Automatic Data Processing Equipment.

83402* ADP Operations Consolidation.

83404* WWMCCS/Global Command and Control System (GCCS).

83407* Mobility Command and Control.

83409* Pentagon Renovation.

83413* Air Force Phys Security System.

83419* Combat Training Ranges.

83432* C3 Countermeasures.

83443* Base Level Data Auto Program.
83444* AF Satellite Control Network.

83452* Theater Battle Management C2 System.

83454* Consolidated Space Operations Center.

83460* Eastern/Western Range I&M.

835*** Air Force Communications.

83505* Information Transmission Systems.

83507* Telephone Exchange.

83510* Joint Tactical Comm Program.

83514* USCENTCOM.

83517* Automated Telecommunications Program.

83520* MILSATCOM.

83525* Satellite Terminals.

836*** DISA Programs.

83607* Wideband Systems Upgrade.

83625* Minimum Essential Emer Comm Net.

837*** Organization and Base Comm Equipment.

83710* Tactical C-E Equipment.

83719* Radio Equipment.

83722* TV Equipment (AFRTV).

83724* CCTV/Audiovisual Equipment.

83729* Anti-Jam Voice.

83730* Base Comm Infrastructure.

83791* Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Comm-Electronics.

83799* Items Less Than $2,000,000.

838*** Modification of Communications/Electronic Equipment.

83801* Comm Electronics Modifications.

83812* Space Modifications.

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

84**** BUDGET ACTIVITY

84**** OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

This budget activity provides for procuring test, personal safety and rescue, base industrial, electrical, and base equipment, the special projects identified under 846*** below and all the items identified for provisioning in the foregoing appropriation description. Beginning in FY 92, Industrial/Depot Maintenance Equipment is part of the Defense Business Operations Fund.

841*** Test Equipment.

84101* Base/ALC Calibration Package.

84102* Primary Standards Laboratory Package.

84199* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Test Equipment.

842*** Personal Safety and Rescue Equipment.

84214* Night Vision Goggles.

84216* Breathing Apparatus, Two Hour.

84218* Universal Water Activated Release System

84221* Chemical/Biological Defense Program. (Beginning in FY 96, the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Atomic Energy is the OSD office responsible for management and oversight of Chemical/Biological Defense Programs.)

84299* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Pers Safety & Rescue.

843*** Base Industrial Support Equipment.

84305* Mechanized Material Handling Equipment. (Beginning in FY 96, becomes part of 84305)

84306* Base Mechanization Equipment.

84311* Air Terminal Mechanization Equipment. (Beginning in FY 96, becomes part of 84305)

84399* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Base Industrial Support Equipment.

844*** Electrical Equipment.

84480* Generators-Mobile Electric.

84497* Floodlights.

84499* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Electrical Equipment.

845*** Base Support Equipment.

84501* Base Procured Equipment. (Moves to O&M beginning in FY 96, contingent on Congressional Approval)

84503* Natural Gas Utilization Equipment.

84506* Medical/Dental Equipment.

84508* Environmental Projects. (Moves to O&M beginning in FY 96, contingent on Congressional
Approval)

84510* Air Base Operability.

84521* Pallet, Air Cargo, 108'' x 88.''

84522* Net Assembly 108" x 88."

84529* Bladders Fuel.

84530* Aerial Bulk Fuel Delivery System.

84531* Photographic Equipment.

84532* Tactical Shelter.

84537* Productivity Enhancement. (Moves to O&M beginning in FY 96, contingent on Congressional Approval)

84538* Productivity Investment (PIF).

84542* Mobility Equipment.

84543* Wartime Host Nation Support.

84590A Initial Spares for All Other Procurement Equipment. (Includes all BP's in FY 95). (Moves to O&M beginning in FY 96, contingent on Congressional Approval)

84591* Deployment/Employment Containers.

84592* Spatial Disorientation Demonstrator.

84598* Air Conditioners.

84599* Items Less Than $2,000,000/Base Support Equipment.

846*** Special Support Projects.

84601* Intelligence Production Activity.

84603* Tech Surv Countermeasures Eq.

84604* Senior Yr GND Station. (Becomes part of 84606 in FY 95)

84606* DARP

84650* Selected Activities (HQ USAF use only).

846501 Program Alpha.

846502 Program Bravo.

846503 Program Charlie.

846504 Program Delta.

84651* Special Update Program (HQ USAF use only).

84661* Industrial Preparedness.

84697* Modifications of BP 84**** equipment.

84698* First Destination Transportation.

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

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.

86**** SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS.

This budget activity funds reparable components, assemblies and subassemblies as initial stockage (including readiness spares package requirements) in support of: newly fielded vehicles; other base maintenance and support items; and 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 Supply Management Business Area (AFSMBA) Defense Business Operating Fund.

86190A Initial Spares.

86190K Replenishment Spares.

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-DE, OAC 45, ADSN 380100.

995000 APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENT, ORDNANCE, VEHICLES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

999400 PROGRESS PAYMENTS. Covers progress payments to contractors--less liquidations properly chargeable to other budget accounts (see DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-102).

996000 APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENT, ELECTRONIC AND COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT

997000 APPROPRIATION REIMBURSEMENT, OTHER EQUIPMENT
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
576/03300 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) planning and design.
(2) major construction.
(3) minor construction.
(4) unspecified support activities.
(5) foreign currency fluctuation gains and losses.
(6) support activities
It excludes providing for the Air Force Reserve and the Air National Guard.

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 MILCON programs. Do not charge this account for costs incurred for advanced program planning. This program or project under the authority of enabling legislation (section 512, Public Law 84-161, 10 U.S.C. 9540 and 10 U.S.C. 2807) provides for these services for military construction 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 the NTP with construction funds (321 or 331). 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.
(6) preparing as-built drawings. Project planning and design excludes the preparation of training and operating or maintenance manuals, construction supervision and inspection services, and TDY costs of using agency unless specifically approved by the SAF Deputy Comptroller, Budget.

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) and 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 includes the preparation of training and operating or maintenance manuals. 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.
(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 includes the preparation of training and operating or maintenance manuals. 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) applies when the estimated funded cost is equal to, or less than, the maximum amount authorized by law for a minor military construction project (currently the legal maximum is $2,000,000). Normally operation and maintenance (O&M) type funds minor construction projects costing less than $300,000. It provides for:
(1) acquiring land and structures.
(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; maintain records to identify the costs of these services as distinguished from direct construction costs. It includes the preparation of training and operating or maintenance manuals.

350 SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

351 Support Activities.

This program or project, under the authority of enabling legislation, provides for acquiring land costing $100,000 or less (Title 10, U.S.C., Section 2672) in fiscal year 1985 and prior appropriations.

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-DE, OAC 45, ADSN 380100.

999 This program or project, under the authority of enabling legislation, provides for constructing off-site defense access roads (US and possessions [Title 23, U.S.C., Section 210]).
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
572/73300 XF MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE

This appropriation covers the incremental costs arising from consequences of Hurricane Andrew and Typhoon Omar.
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

5753400 30 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE APPROPRIATION

BUDGET ACTIVITY 01: OPERATING FORCES

This budget activity consists of three subactivity groups: Air Operations, Combat Related Operations, and Space Operations.

The Air Operations subactivity group includes overall support for all fighter and bomber forces, 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, Strategic Command (STRATCOM), Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center (AFOTEC), JCS Exercises, Chemical and Biological Defense activities, Tactical Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare, Tactical Intelligence and Special Activities, United States Central Command (CENTCOM), Joint Deployment Agency (JDA), counter-drug operations and the Joint Communications Support Element (JCSE).

The Combat Related Operations subactivity 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 Emergency Airborne Command Post (NEACP) 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 subactivity 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.

BUDGET ACTIVITY 02: MOBILIZATION

The Mobilization activity group 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 intransit 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 prepositioning of War Readiness Materials (WRM). It includes manpower authorizations, peculiar support equipment, facilities, and the 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 DBOF-T 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 Activity group consists of three broad mission areas--Accession Training, Basic Skill and Advance Training, and Recruiting and Other Training and Education.

The Accession Training mission area 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 Squadron (OTS), and Airmen Education and Commissioning Program (AECP). The USAFA conducts a four year curriculum combining both military and academic education or training. AFROTC, the largest source of Air Force officers, supplements academic education with military education and training at colleges across the country. OTS provides Air Force precommissioning training for both prior service and nonprior service individuals. AECP allows selected active duty airmen to earn academic degrees and attend OTS upon completion to earn a commission.

Basic Skill 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 skill progression training, undergraduate flying training, professional military education, specialized professional development, and related training support. Most follow-on skill progression training is conducted at technical training centers. Some technical training, however, is at civilian educational institutions and contractor facilities.

Recruiting and Other Training and Education includes personnel acquisition operations, voluntary education programs for active duty, civilian professional development programs, and the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps.

BUDGET ACTIVITY 04: ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES

The Administration and Servicewide Activities activity group consists of four broad mission areas--Logistic Operations, Servicewide Support, Security Programs, and Support to Other Nations.

The Logistic Operations mission area includes Depot Maintenance, Engineering and Installation Support, Acquisition and Combat Support, Second Destination Transportation, Defense Courier Service, and base support activities at Air Force Materiel Command installations.

The Servicewide Activities mission area 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.

The Security Program mission area 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 mission area includes security assistance, humanitarian assistance, US 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.

The budget structure listed above covers the following DoD element of expense classifications as prescribed in AFR 700-20, Volume I, ADE EX-115.

01-Civilian Pay.
02-Travel of Persons.
03-Transportation of Things.
04-Standard Level User Charges.
05-Other Utilities and Rents.
06-Communications.
07-Printing and Reproduction.
08-Payments to FNIH Personnel.
09-Purchased Equipment Maintenance-Commercial.
10-Purchased Equipment Maintenance-DBOF.
11-Purchased Equipment Maintenance-Other DOD.
12-Other Purchases from DBOF.
13-Other Purchased Services.
14-Aircraft POL.
16-Other Supplies.
17-Equipment.
18-Other Expenses.
19-Service Credits.
20-Military Personnel Expenses.

Cite for the designated purposes the following programs and accountable stations, representing centrally managed operating budget authorities (CM OBA), the Mortuary Affairs Program, holding accounts for advance and progress payments to contractors, and the restricted account for appropriation refunds on transportation of persons and things:

CM OBA AIR EDUCATION AND TRAINING COMMAND (AETC) MISSION READINESS TRAINING CENTRALLY MANAGED OPERATING BUDGET AUTHORITY (OAC 64 ADSN 525002)

This CM OBA contains two major accounts (A8A*** and A8C***) each with several subaccount shreds.

NOTE: For A8A*** and A8C***, the first and second digits are the Major Force Program, the third digit is the classification of training (A-Technical, and C-Flying, Survival and Space Training), and the fourth digit is the type of training.

Account

A8A*** For TDY travel of Air Force military and civilian personnel attending formal technical schools and courses administered by the Air Training Command (AFCAT 36-2223) as follows:

NOTE: For the following shreds of A8A*** the fifth digit is 1 for officer, 2 for enlisted, or 3 for civilian. The sixth digit is 7 for DBOF-T overseas transportation, 8 for CONUS transportation, or 9 for per diem.

Subaccounts

A8A1** Special Contract Training.

A8A2* Special Technical Resident Training (Type 2, AFCAT 2223).

A8A3** AETC Resident Regular Training.

A8A4** Field, Mobile, and Traveling Instructor Training (Type 4, AFCAT 36-2223).

A8A5** Technical Training by Other Commands and Government Agencies.

A8A6** Constant Source Training.

A8A7** Space Operations Training.

A8A8** General Intelligence Training.

A8A9** Crypto-SIGINT Training.

A8A0** Equal Opportunity Management Training.

Account
A8C*** For TDY travel of Air Force military and civilian personnel attending flying, survival and space training schools and courses administered by the AETC (PFT) as follows:

NOTE: The fifth digit shred of A8C*** is 1 for officer, 2 for enlisted, or 3 for civilian. The sixth digit is 7 for DBOF-T overseas transportation, 8 for CONUS transportation, or 9 for per diem.

Subaccounts

A8C1** Resident pilot instructor training (PFT courses).

A8C2** Other resident flying training (PFT courses).

A8C3** Resident survival training (PFT courses).

A8C4** Flight Screening (PFT Courses).

A8C5** Air Weapons Controller.

NOTE: Direct any questions to HQ AETC/FMAT, 550 C. Street West, Suite 4A, Randolph AFB, TX, 78150-4751, DSN 487 3196.

AIR FORCE MORTUARY AFFAIRS PROGRAM. (OAC 42 ADSN 380100).

This program contains major accounts shredded out by type of authorized mortuary affairs beneficiary and location of death (CONUS or overseas) with subaccount shreds essentially by type of benefits provided.

NOTE: AFI 34-501, Mortuary Affairs Program, is the prescribing directive specifying the provided authorized benefit entitlements and beneficiary categories serviced at program expense. The base Mortuary Officer administers the Mortuary Affairs Program. Consult this office any clarifications. AFI 34-501, figure 2-1, shows an overview of authorized entitlements. Direct accounting and finance questions to DFAS-DE/ACFR, Denver, CO 80279-5000, AUTOVON 926-7641. The major accounts (third and fourth digits of the account structure) are as follows:

MO-Military personnel overseas (includes Alaska and Hawaii).
MC-Same as above but CONUS military personnel.
MR-Repatriated remains of military personnel.
CC-Civilian employees-permanent duty station in CONUS.
CO-Civilian employees-permanent duty station overseas (includes foreign nationals employed by Air Force appropriated funds).
PC-Contractor Engineering and Technical Services Personnel-CONUS.
PO-Contractor Engineering and Technical Services personnel-overseas.
DC-Dependents in CONUS.
DO-Dependents overseas.
RR-U.S. citizens overseas (reimbursable).
IP-Indigent persons or unclaimed remains.
RH-Retired Air Force member who dies in CONUS military hospital.
MP-Military prisoners other than PWs and internees.
EP-Enemy prisoners and aliens.
14-HQ AFESC(DEHM) Mortuary Affairs Staff Surveillance (includes HQ AFESC TDY and supply or equipment replenishments).

Subaccounts (fifth and sixth digits of the account structure) are as follows:

40-TDY, per diem, and transportation (travel of escorts, non-DBOF-T).
45-Transportation of remains via DBOF-T.
46-Commercial transportation of remains (includes outer case).
47-Transportation of persons via DBOF-T.
48-Travel of next-of-kin (per diem and transportation).
49-Communications.
59-Contract mortuary services, supplies, and burial clothing.
60-Replenishment of supplies and equipment (requires HQ AFESC/DEHM approval).

Category
A8M*** Air Force Military Personnel (see AFI 34-501).

Account
A8MO** For authorized expenses incurred in connection with an Air Force member's death occurring overseas (includes Alaska and Hawaii).

Subaccounts
A8MO40 For travel of one escort with remains of deceased member (excludes escort for dependents chargeable to local O&M funds) and escort transportation via DBOF-T (chargeable to A8MO47).

A8MO45 Restricted For Use Only By DBOF-T Office at ADSN 525300. For transportation of remains via DBOF-T. Transportation Account Code (TAC) F942 applies.

A8MO46 For transportation of remains (non-DBOF-T).

A8MO47 Restricted For Use Only By DBOF-T Office at ADSN 525300. For escort transportation via DBOF-T. CIC 4 4 942 A8MO 380100 applies.

A8MO48 Round trip travel for next-of-kin of deceased member to attend the funeral. Includes transportation via DBOF-T using CIC 4 4 942 A848 380100.

A8MO49 For communication expenses incurred by Mortuary Officers in processing a death case (telegrams, commercial telephone, etc.).

A8MO59 For contractual expenses incurred in providing for recovery or identification of remains, mortuary services and supplies, port reprocessing services and supplies, cremation, burial clothing items (purchase or cleaning), and burial services and supplies (within AFI 34-501 interment allowance limitations).

Account
A8MC** For authorized expenses incurred in connection with an Air Force member's death occurring in CONUS.

Subaccounts
A8MC40 For travel of one escort with remains of deceased member (excludes escort for dependents chargeable to local O&M funds and escort transportation via DBOF-T chargeable to A8MC47).

A8MO45 Restricted For Use Only By DBOF-T Office at ADSN 525300. For transportation of remains via DBOF-T. Transportation Account Code (TAC) F942 applies.

A8MC46 For transportation of remains (non-DBOF-T).

A8MC47 Restricted For Use Only By DBOF-T Office at ADSN 525300. For escort and next-of-kin transportation via DBOF-T. CIC 4 4 942 A8MC 380100 applies.

A8MC48 Round trip travel for next-of-kin of deceased member to attend the funeral.

A8MC49 For communication expenses incurred by Mortuary Officers in processing a death case (telegrams, commercial telephone, etc.).

A8MC59 For contractual expenses incurred in providing for recovery or identification of remains, mortuary services and supplies, cremation, burial clothing items (purchase or cleaning), and burial services and supplies (within AFI 34-501 limitations).
Account
A8MP** For authorized expenses incurred in processing the death of military prisoner while in confinement (see AFI 34-501).

Subaccounts
A8MP40 For travel of one escort with remains of deceased member (excludes escort for dependents chargeable to local O&M funds and escort transportation via DBOF-T chargeable to A8MC47).

A8MP46 For transportation of remains (non-DBOF-T).

A8MP47 Restricted For Use Only By DBOF-T Office at ADSN 525300. For escort and next-of-kin transportation via DBOF-T. CIC 4 4 942 A8MP 380100 applies.

A8MP48 Round trip travel for next-of-kin of deceased member to attend the funeral.

A8MP49 For communication expenses incurred by Mortuary Officers in processing a death case (telegrams, commercial telephone, etc.).

A8MP59 For contractual expenses incurred in providing for recovery or identification of remains, mortuary services and supplies, cremation, burial clothing items (purchase or cleaning), and burial services and supplies (within AFI 34-501 limitations).

Account
A8MR** For expenses relating to repatriation of remains of members who died while in captivity or missing in action (declared dead) during the Viet Nam conflict.

Subaccounts
A8MR40 For travel of one escort with remains of deceased member (includes non-DBOF-T transportation).

A8MR45 Restricted For Use Only By DBOF-T Office at ADSN 525300. For transportation of remains via DBOF-T. Transportation account code F942 applies.

A8MR46 For transportation of remains by other than DBOF-T.

A8MR47 Restricted For Use Only By DBOF-T Office at ADSN 525300. For transportation of one escort of remains via DBOF-T. CIC 4 4 942 A8MR 380100 applies.

A8MR48 For round trip travel expenses incurred for family members desiring to attend interment services.

A8MR49 For communications expenses (telegraph, telephone, mailgrams, etc.) incurred in coordinating identification, disposition, and interment of remains.

A8MR59 For contractual expenses incurred in providing for identification of remains, or services and supplies used in processing the remains from time of Air Force custody to final interment.

Category
A8R** Air Force retirees in military hospitals (CONUS) (see AFI 34-501).

Account/
Subaccount
A8RH46 For authorized transportation and shipping case expenses applicable to a retired Air Force person who dies while in a "properly admitted" status at a CONUS military hospital.

Category
A8D** Air Force dependents (see AFI 34-501).

Account
A8DC** For authorized expenses applicable to an Air Force dependent's death occurring within the CONUS.

Subaccounts
A8DC46 For commercial transportation (to include a shipping case) of remains.

A8DC49 For commercial communication costs incurred in processing a death case.

A8DC59 For authorized costs incident to recovery or identification of remains. (Includes payment of Consular fees for shipping documents and sealing the casket for inter-country shipments of remains).

Account
A8DO** For authorized expenses applicable to an Air Force dependent's death outside CONUS (overseas).

Subaccounts
A8DO45 Restricted For Use Only By DBOF-T Office at ADSN 525300. For transportation of remains via DBOF-T. Transportation account code F942 applies.

A8DO46 For commercial transportation (to include a shipping case) of remains.

A8DO59 For authorized costs incident to recovery or identification of remains. Also used to deposit member's payment for APOE reprocessing services and supplies as a refund (see AFI 34-501). (Includes payment of Consular fees for shipping documents and sealing the casket for inter-country shipments of remains).

Category
A8C Air Force Civilian Employees Paid From Appropriated Funds (see AFI 34-501).

Account
A8CC** For authorized expenses applicable to employees with a CONUS permanent duty station who die while traveling at Government expense on official business within or outside CONUS.

Subaccounts
A8CC45 Restricted For Use Only By DBOF-T Office at ADSN 525300. For transportation of remains via DBOF-T. Transportation account code F942 applies.

A8CC46 For commercial transportation (to include a shipping case) of remains.

A8CC49 For commercial communication costs incurred in processing a death case.

A8CC59 For other authorized costs incident to recovery, identification, preparation, and APOE reprocessing of remains.

Account
A8CO** For authorized expense applicable to employees assigned to an overseas permanent duty station (includes foreign nationals). See AFI 34-501 for eligibility and entitlement requirements and limitations.

Subaccounts
A8C045 Restricted For Use Only By DBOF-T Office at ADSN 525300. For transportation of remains via DBOF-T. Transportation account code F942 applies.

A8CO46 For commercial transportation (to include a shipping case) of remains.

A8CO49 For commercial communication costs incurred in processing a death case.

A8CO59 For other authorized costs incident to recovery, identification, preparation, and APOE reprocessing of remains.

Category
A8P*** Air Force Contractor Engineering and Technical Services Personnel.

Account/
Subaccounts
A8PC59 For all authorized expenses incurred when death occurs in CONUS (see Note).

A8PO59 For all authorized expenses incurred when death occurs outside CONUS (see Note).

NOTE: Expenses may be incurred on a reimbursable or nonreimbursable basis depending on the terms of the contract. The Mortuary Officer handling the case works with Base Contracting Office and contractor (or sponsor) to determine funding arrangements.

Category Indigent Persons (see AFI 34-501).

Account/
Subaccount
A8IP59 For all expenses incurred. Minimal costs and burial in a base cemetery are anticipated.

Category Enemy Prisoners of War and Interned Aliens (see AFI 34-501).

Account/
Subaccount
A8EP59 For all authorized expenses incident to internment in, and transportation to, a cemetery designated by HQ AFESC/DEHM.

Category Other U.S. Citizens Abroad (see AFI 34-501).

Account/
Subaccount
A8RR59 For all expense of mortuary services and transportation to be furnished on a reimbursable basis. Applies primarily to personnel attached to the Armed Forces such as DODDS teachers and dependents, nonappropriated funded personnel and dependents, American National Red Cross, or United Service Organization (USO). May also be used for services requested by Department of State for U.S. citizens traveling abroad.

Category Mortuary Affairs Program Administration by HQ AFESC/DEHM

Account/
Subaccount
A81440 For travel of HQ AFESC/DEHM personnel or designated representatives to provide positive identification of deceased personnel and provide assistance in technical or operational matters of the Air Force Mortuary Affairs Program (AFI 34-501).

A81460 For replenishment of supplies and equipment (AFI 34-501).

AIR FORCE SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND PROGRAM FOR ACTIVE DUTY ENLISTED PERSONNEL

A***** Subsistence-In-Kind (SIK)

Since 1 Oct 90 Operations and Maintenance (3400) appropriation funds SIK and SAF/FMBOP administers this account. This program provides for subsistence-in-kind furnished 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. Create a new six digit alpha or numeric shredout to replace P562.XX. The first digit will always be "0." The second digit will be Budget Activity "4." The third digit will be the alpha code assigned to the MAJCOM from the list below:
MAJCOM OR ACTIVITY ALPHA CODE
11th Wing A
DET 1 B
AFMC C
AFSPC D
AETC E
HQ AIA F
HOSPITAL G
AMC H
ACC I
USAFA J
AFSOC K
PACAF L
USAFE M
HQ AFSVA N
USCENTCOM P
USCENTAF Q
HQ SOCCENT R
HQ SOCOM S
SOUTH AF/AI T
JTF 190 U
MTF 190 V
RHS/FM W

Use the subcategories listed below for the numeric fourth, fifth and sixth digits. NOTE: Do not use summary accounts 21*, 22*, 23*, 24*, 25*, 26*, 28*, and 29* in any accounting classification. Record disbursements only at the sub-shred level (211, 212, 213, etc.).

Account

21* Subsistence in dining halls.

NOTE: Do not include operational rations; e.g., meal, ready to eat (MRE) in this category.

Subaccounts

211 Subsistence purchased from AF troop support, DeCA resale, or from vendors by a CONUS facility that does not receive a supplement to the basic daily food allowance (BDFA).

212 Subsistence purchased from an overseas AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by an overseas facility that does not receive a supplement to the BDFA.

213 Subsistence purchased from a CONUS AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by a CONUS medical facility that receives a three percent hospital supplemental allowance to the H-BDFA and serves a minimum of 100 weighted rations per day. If less than 100 weighted rations per day, use 254.

214 Subsistence purchased from an overseas AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by an overseas medical facility that receives a three percent hospital supplemental allowance to the H-BDFA and serves a minimum of 100 weighted rations per day. Use subaccount 254 for less than 100 weighted rations served per day.

215 Subsistence purchased from AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by a commercial activity holding a contract to prepare meals for SIK members.

216 Purchases from a commercial facility holding a contract to furnish meals for SIK members.

Account
22* Special rations (flight kitchens).

NOTE: Do not include operational rations, e.g., meal, ready to eat (MRE) in this category.

Subaccounts

211 Subsistence purchased from a CONUS AF troop support or DeCA resale, by CONUS flight kitchen facilities that maintain an independent account. Flight kitchens sharing a common account with a dining hall use 211.

222 Subsistence purchased from an overseas AF troop support or DeCA resale, by overseas flight kitchen facilities which maintain an independent account. Flight kitchens sharing a common account with a dining hall use 212.

Account
23* Operational rations and survival rations.

NOTE: Prepare a separate AF Form 287, Subsistence Request, for each type of ration required. Food service will ensure shreds concerning operational rations, survival rations, and prepositioned reserves are correct.

Subaccounts

231 Purchases of meal, ready to eat (MRE).

233 Purchases by food service of survival food packets for survival schools.

234 Charges by AF to support for shelf life expiration of operational rations. Direct any questions concerning funding citation on this item to HQ AFSVA/SVOST.

235 War Reserve Material (WRM) issues from AF troop support (during wartime only-this is not for exercises).

236 Purchases of "A" rations for feeding during exercises.

237 Purchases of unique "B" rations for feeding during exercises, and for product testing.

238 Purchases of tray packs ("T" ration) for exercises, Prime RIBS training, or other use.

239 Purchases of operational rations (MRE, unique "B" and tray packs) for incremental rotation through dining facilities.

Account
24* Central pastry kitchens, bread bakeries, central preparation kitchens.

240 All purchases of Operational Rations (A-rations, MRES, unique B-rations, and tray pack rations) as directed by executive authority for Military Operations Other than War (MOOTW).

NOTE: Only independent facilities which maintain a separate account will use the following subcategories. Pastry kitchens located in and sharing the dining hall account will use 211 or 212.

Subaccounts

241 Ingredients purchased from a CONUS AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by a CONUS pastry kitchen that maintains an independent account. Pastry kitchens sharing a common account with a dining hall use 211.

242 Ingredients purchased from overseas AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by an overseas pastry kitchen that maintains an independent account. Pastry kitchens sharing a common account with a dining hall use 212.
243 Ingredients purchased from AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by a bread bakery. Report a facility designated as a bread bakery as a separate line entry on AF Form 249, Food Service Operations Report. (Overseas only.)

244 Subsistence purchased from AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by a central preparation facility. (CONUS only.)

246 Subsistence purchased by a ration breakdown facility. (Overseas only.)

Account
25* Facilities receiving a supplement to the BDFA (augmentation rations). Do not include operational rations meal, ready to eat (MRE) and meal, flight feeding (MFF) in this category. See shreds 23X.

Subaccounts
251 Subsistence purchased from AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by a facility other than an alert facility receiving a supplement to the BDFA. Alert facilities will use 253.

252 Subsistence purchased from AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by a Central Distribution Section (CDS).

NOTE: Account as a transfer-in, not as a purchase, subsistence received from the F. E. Warren AFB Central Preparation Facility.

253 Subsistence purchased from AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by an alert facility receiving a supplement to the BDFA. Must be designated as an alert facility and reported as a separate line entry on AF Form 249.

254 Subsistence purchased from AF troop support, DeCA resale, or received from vendors by a medical facility receiving three percent hospital supplemental allowance and an additional supplement to the H-BDFA for serving less than 100 weighted rations per day.

Account
26* New food test items.

Subaccounts
261 Subsistence identified by HQ AFSVA/SVOHF for test in dining facilities worldwide. Prepare a separate AF Form 287 for these test items.

262 For use by HQ AFSVA only. Subsistence purchased to use in the test kitchen laboratory.

263 Subsistence purchased by Air Force members, identified by USCENTAF, deploying to certain overseas locations. Also, subsistence supplied by direct commissary support flights to a certain overseas location for purchase by Air Force members.

264 Subsistence Purchases (noncontract) identified for the Persian Gulf.

Account
28* Purchases from AF troop support for training.

Subaccounts

281 Subsistence identified by 344 TTS for food preparation training.

282 Subsistence identified by HQ AFSVA for food service training.

Account

29* Medical contingency feeding.

Subaccounts
291 Purchases of "A" ration subsistence for feeding during exercises under field conditions.

292 Purchases of Hospital B (HB) ration subsistence for feeding during exercises under field conditions or for product testing.

293 Purchase of Hospital B Liquid (HBL) ration subsistence for feeding during exercises under field conditions or for product testing.

294 Purchase of meal, ready to eat (MRE) rations for exercises under field conditions, training, or product testing.

295 Purchase of tray packs ("T" rations) for exercises, training, or product testing.

Account
02870* CIVILIAN PAY CLEARING ACCOUNTS (five separate accounts approved, as follows):

Subaccounts
028701 Provides a clearing account for civilian net pay centralized at Ramstein AB (see DFAS-DE (AFM) 177-372A, volume I, sections 4 and 9).

NOTE: Used only by:
(1) USAFE, OAC 80, ADSN 678900.
(2) Satellited civilian pay AFOs of the host ADSN 678900.

028702 Provides a clearing account for civilian net pay centralized at Torrejon AB, Spain (see DFAS-DE (AFM) 177-372A, volume I, sections 4 and 9).

NOTE: Used only by:
(1) Torrejon AB, OAC 80, ADSN 67760.
(2) Satellited civilian pay AFOs of the host ADSN 659300.

028704 Provides a clearing account for civilian net pay centralized at Arnold AFS (see DFAS-DE (AFM) 177-372A, volume I, sections 4 and 9).

NOTE: Used only by:
(1) Arnold AFS, OAC 47, ADSN 667300.
(2) Satellited civilian pay AFOs of the host ADSN 667300.

028705 Provides a clearing account for civilian net pay centralized at Lindsey AS (see DFAS-DE (AFM) 177-372A, volume I, sections 4 and 9).

NOTE: Used only by:
(1) Lindsey AS, OAC 80, ADSN 558600.
(2) Satellited civilian pay AFOs of the host ADSN 558600.

Covers advance payments to contractors and industrial fund activities-less recoupments (see DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-102).

099930 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-DE, OAC 45, ADSN 380100.

099940 Progress Payments. Covers progress payments to contractors--less liquidations properly chargeable to other budget accounts (see DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-102).
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
5753500 32 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 (CMA) and HQ US Air Force (OAC 48 ADSN 503725 (except where noted)) controls it. It does not include personnel costs of the Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard. The primary programs included are:
(1) pay and allowances of officers (P510; also includes P52* shreds).
(2) pay and allowances of enlisted personnel (P530; also includes P54* shreds).
(3) pay and allowances of cadets (P550).
(4) basic allowance for subsistence of enlisted personnel (P560).
(5) movements-permanent change of station (P57**** or P58****).
(6) 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

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 (AFR) 177-101, figure 33-2).

Program
510 PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS

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.
(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 for hazardous duty.
(4) basic allowance for quarters.
(5) variable housing allowance.
(6) basic allowance for subsistence.
(7) overseas station allowance.
(8) uniform allowances.
(9) family separation allowances.
(10) separation payments.
(11) social security-employer's share.
(12) Medicare--employer's share
(13) 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, 82A, 82B, 82C, 85A, 85B, 86A, 86B, 93A, 93B, and 93C) will be further stratified by pay and allowances, for full-time versus part-time 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.

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.

512 Incentive Pay for Hazardous Duty.

This project provides for pay per 37 U.S.C. 301 for these types of duty:
(1) rated officers who qualify for Aviation Career Incentive Pay.
(2) Aviator Continuation Pay. A financial incentive to complement nonmonetary initiatives to improve pilot retention.
(3) noncrew duty-involving frequent and regular participation in aerial flight not as a crew member.
(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 under provision of 37 U.S.C. 301; that is, submarine duty, glider duty.
(10) 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 from which aircraft are launched.
(11) duty involving frequent and regular exposure to highly toxic pesticides or involving laboratory work that uses live dangerous viruses or bacteria.

513 Special Pay.

This project provides for special pay of the following types to officers on active duty:
(1) physicians, dentists, veterinarians, psychologists, optometrists, and non-physicians supplement under the Health Care provisions of 37 U.S.C. 301, 302, 302(a)(c), and 303.
(2) medical and dental incentive pay, additional special pay, variable special pay, and board certified pay under Public Law 96-284 (37 U.S.C. 302), Public Law 99-145.
(3) personal money allowances to general officers authorized under provision of 37 U.S.C. 413, 414(a).
(4) hostile fire for duty subject to hostile fire under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 310.
(5) continuation bonus pay for career engineer and scientific officers (37 U.S.C. 315), Public Law 97-60.
(6) diving duty pay for personnel involved in underwater rescue missions, recovery of space vehicles, and infiltration or exfiltration for land rescue in combat environment (37 U.S.C. 304), AR 611-75.
(7) Foreign Language Proficiency Pay (FLPP). To provide for special pay to officers on active duty. Authorized in the 1987 Defense Authorization Act under provision of 37 U.S.C. 316.

514 Basic Allowances for Quarters.

This project provides for the basic allowance for quarters authorized under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 403, 403(a) and 37 U.S.C. 1009(d) as amended, and 10 U.S.C. as amended by Public Law 97-214. It includes officers with and without dependents, and officers occupying inadequate family housing.

515 Station Allowances, Overseas.
This project provides payment of a per diem 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) housing allowance (excludes Alaska or Hawaii).
(3) temporary lodging allowance (includes Alaska or Hawaii).
(4) interim housing allowance (excludes Alaska or Hawaii).

515.01 Moving In Allowance (MIHA) Rent, Officers.

For reasonable rent-related expenses covering fixed, one-time, nonrefundable charges levied by the landlord, the landlord's agent or a government that the member must pay before or upon occupying a dwelling place.

515.02 Moving In Allowance (MIHA) Security, Officers.

For reasonable security-related expenses for members assigned to areas where dwellings must be modified to minimize exposure to terrorist threat. Security doors, bars, locks, lights, and alarm systems are permissible items.

515.03 Moving In Allowance (MIHA) Miscellaneous, Officers.

For average expenditures to make dwellings habitable. Covers items such as sinks, toilets, light fixtures, kitchen cabinets, door or window locks, refrigerator and stove not provided in overseas dwellings.

515.04 Gain or Loss on Security Deposit Due to Foreign Currency Fluctuations - Officers.

The Joint Travel Regulation in section U9102(3) states any loss due to currency fluctuations when liquidating advance security deposits will be absorbed by the Service concerned. Any gains due to currency fluctuations will be collected from the member.

516 Uniform Allowances.

This project provides for initial and supplemental allowances under 37 U.S.C. 415 and 416 for purchase of required uniforms.

517 Separation Entitlements.

This project provides the following entitlements for officers upon separation:

(1) accrued annual leave under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 501, Public Law 94-361, and Public Law 94-419, 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. 680 and 687 and Public Law 87-509.
(3) severance pay under provisions of 10 U.S.C. 1167 and 8303. This includes elimination severance pay to officers not eligible for retirement under any provision of law on the date of elimination by promotion list passover.
(4) elimination severance pay for cause under provisions of 10 U.S.C. 8786.
(5) disability severance pay under provisions of 10 U.S.C. 1212.
(6) full payment of nondisability separation pay, under Section 501, Public Law 101-510, National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991.

517.01 Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI) Pay.

517.02 Special Separation Benefit (SSB) Pay.

517.03 Other Separation Pay.

517.04 Officer--Temporary Early Retirement Authority (TERA).

519 Variable Housing Allowance.

This project provides for payment of a Variable Housing Allowance (VHA) to officers as authorized under 37 U.S.C., paragraph (2), section 403 (a)(c)(1) when:

(1) assigned to duty in an area of the US (including Alaska or Hawaii) which is a high housing cost area.
(2) assigned to an unaccompanied tour outside the US when his or her dependents reside in an area of the US that would qualify the member to receive a VHA if assigned to duty in that area.

520 CONUS Cost of Living Allowance

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 Public Law 102-337.

521 Basic Allowance for Subsistence.

This project provides for subsistence allowances under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 402.

522 Social Security Tax-Employer's Share.

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, 3111.

522.01 Wage Income (Regular wages subject to social security tax-FICA).

522.02 Nonwage Income subject to social security tax-FICA.

522.03 Medicare employer's share - Officer.

523 Advance Pay and Allowances (For DFAS-DE use only).

This project provides for advance pay and allowances prescribed by DODPM and AFM 177-373. Credit repayment of advances to this project.

524 Clearing Account Balance.

This project provides for accrued entitlements not paid to officers.

525 Family Separation Allowances.

This project provides family separation allowances payments under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 427.

528 Retired Pay Accrual-Officer.

This project provides for retired pay accruals paid into the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund per Public Law 98-94.

Program
530 PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL

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 quarters.
(6) overseas station allowances.
(7) clothing allowances.
(8) separation payments.
(9) reenlistment bonuses.
(10) special duty assignment pay.
(11) variable housing allowance.
(12) social security-employer's share.
(13) family separation allowances.
(14) Medicare - employer's share

Excluded are:
(1) subsistence allowances (provided in program 560).
(2) pay and allowances of officers and cadets provided in separate programs.

NOTE: Reimbursements to budget program 530 for certain sales codes (73A, 73B, 76A, 76B, 82A, 82B, 82C, 85A, 85B, 86A, 86B, 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.

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.

532 Incentive Pay for Hazardous Duty.

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 crew member.
(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.
(6) toxic fuel handler-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; that is, submarine duty, glider duty, care of lepers, etc.
(8) duty involving the servicing of aircraft or missiles with highly toxic fuels or propellants.
(9) 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.

533 Special Pay.

This project provides special pay of the following types:
(1) duty at certain places outside the contiguous 48 states and District of Columbia, at places designated by the Secretary of Defense under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 304 and 305.
(2) diving duty pay authorized under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 236, that is, diving duty-pararescue-basic (combat control team members).
(3) personal expense money under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 802 and DODPM.
(4) hostile fire for duty subject to hostile fire under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 310.
(5) sea duty under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 237.
(6) overseas extension pay under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 314.
(7) Foreign Language Proficiency Pay (FLPP). To provide for special pay to enlisted personnel on active duty. Authorized in the 1987 Defense Authorization Act under provision of 37 U.S.C. 316.

534 Basic Allowance for Quarters.

This project provides for the basic allowances for quarters authorized under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 403 (a)(15). It includes enlisted personnel with and without dependents, (full and partial allowances), and enlisted personnel occupying inadequate family housing.

535 Station Allowances, Overseas.

This project provides for a per diem allowance prescribed by JTRs and 37 U.S.C. 405 to enlisted personnel outside the CONUS excluding:
(1) cost of living allowance (includes Alaska or Hawaii).
(2) housing allowances (excludes Alaska or Hawaii).
(3) temporary lodging allowances (includes Alaska or Hawaii).
(4) interim housing allowance (excludes Alaska or Hawaii).

535.01 Moving In Allowance (MIHA) Rent, Enlisted.

For reasonable rent-related expenses covering fixed, one-time, nonrefundable charges levied by the landlord, the landlord's agent or a government that the member must pay before or upon occupying a dwelling place.

Moving In Allowance (MIHA) Security, Enlisted.

For reasonable security-related expenses for members assigned to areas requiring modifications to dwellings to minimize terrorist threat exposure. Security doors, bars, locks, lights, and alarm systems are permissible items.

535.03 Moving In Allowance (MIHA) Miscellaneous, Enlisted.

For average expenditures to make dwellings habitable. Covers items such as sinks, toilets, light fixtures, kitchen cabinets, door or window locks, refrigerator and stove not provided in overseas dwellings.

535.04 Gain or Loss on Security Deposit Due to Foreign Currency Fluctuations - Enlisted.

The Joint Travel Regulation in section U9102(3) states any loss due to currency fluctuations when liquidating advance security deposits will be absorbed by the Service concerned. Any gains due to currency fluctuations will be collected from the member.

536 Clothing Allowances.

This project provides for clothing allowances for enlisted personnel under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 418.
(1) initial payment for prescribed clothing, or clothing issued in kind. Covers civilian clothing for PCS or TDY duty.
(2) maintenance allowance for clothing.
(3) allowance for supplementary prescribed clothing or clothing issued in kind.

536.01 Air Force New Uniforms.

537 Separation Payments.

This project provides the following payments to enlisted personnel upon separation:
(1) accrued annual leave under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 501 and Public Law 94-361.
(2) lump-sum settlement and readjustment payments under provisions of Public Law 87-509, 28 Jun 1962.
(3) disability severance pay under provisions of 10 U.S.C. 1212.
(4) enlisted administrative separations under provisions of Section 510, Public Law 101-510, National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991.
(5) donations upon release from confinement under court-martial sentence involving other than honorable discharge. Also upon discharge for fraudulent enlistment.

537.01 Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI) Pay.
537.02 Special Separation Benefit (SSB) Pay.

537.03 Other Separation.

537.04 Enlisted - Temporary Early Retirement Authority (TERA).

538 Reenlistment Bonuses.

This project provides for reenlistment bonuses under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 308, and selective reenlistment bonuses authorized under Public Law 93-277, 10 May 1974, amended by Public Law 95-57, 29 June 1977, and enlistment bonuses under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 308a.

539 Special Duty Assignment Pay.

This project provides special pay for proficiency in a military skill under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 307. 541 Variable Housing Allowance. This project provides for payment of a Variable Housing Allowance (VHA) to enlisted personnel as authorized under 37 U.S.C., paragraph (2), section 403(a)(c)(1-5) when:
(1) assigned to duty in an area of US (including Alaska and Hawaii) which is a high cost housing area.
(2) assigned to an unaccompanied tour of duty outside the US when his or her dependents reside in an area of the US which would qualify the member to receive a VHA if assigned to duty in that area.

540 CONUS Cost of Living Allowance

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 Public Law 102-337.

542 Social Security Tax-Employer's Share. MEDICARE - Employer's Share.

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.

542.01 Social Security Tax-FICA) - Employer's Share.

542.02 Nonwage Income subject to social security tax-FICA.

542.04 Medicare - Employer Share.

543 Advance Pay and Allowance.

This project provides for advance pay and allowances prescribed by DODPM and DOI 177-373. Credit repayment of advance to this project.

544 Clearing Account Balance.

This project provides for unpaid accrued entitlements to enlisted personnel.

545 Family Separation Allowance.

This project provides family separation allowance payments under provisions of 37 U.S.C. 427.

548 Retired Pay Accrual--Enlisted.

This project provides for Enlisted retired pay accruals paid into the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund per Public Law 98-94.

Program
550 PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF CADETS

This program provides for the pay and allowances of Air Force Academy cadets.

552 Cadets (Pay and Allowances).
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. 201 and 203).
(2) subsistence, commuted rations (37 U.S.C. 422) and operational rations.

552.01 Basic Pay. (Do not use until approved by DFAS-DE).

552.02 Subsistence. (Do not use until approved by DFAS-DE).

553 Cadet Advance Pay.

This project provides for an advance of initial clothing and equipment for new cadets as prescribed by DOD Military Pay and Allowances Entitlement Manual (DOPMA). Credit repayment of such advances to this project in the current year.

554 Clearing Account Balance.

This project provides for unpaid accrued entitlements to cadets.

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

555.01 Social Security (FICA) - Employer's Share.

555.03 MEDICARE - Employer's Share.

556 Accounts Receivable. (Do not use until approved by DFAS-DE).

557 Waivers, Remissions, Writeoffs. (Do not use until approved by DFAS-DE).

Program
560 SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL

This program provides for the subsistence of enlisted personnel. Included are costs for basic allowance for subsistence. Excluded are subsistence of civilian personnel or officers, transportation, and cost of ice; subsistence while in travel status.

561 Basic Allowance For Subsistence.

This project provides for paying subsistence allowances per 37 U.S.C. 402, under varying conditions. Subsistence allowance when rations in kind are not available.

561.02 Subsistence allowance when assigned to duty under emergency conditions where government messing facilities are not available.

561.03 Subsistence allowance when authorized to mess separately-CONUS.

561.04 Subsistence allowance when authorized to mess separately-overseas.

561.05 Subsistence allowance when on leave-CONUS.

561.06 Subsistence allowance when on leave-overseas.

561.07 Augmentation of allowance for meals taken separately (Public Law 253, 84th Congress).

Programs

MOVEMENTS--PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION--BASE CLOSURE
These moves will 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 one-time CONUS to CONUS move costs out of this account, i.e., the last member in the position whose move is unprogrammed in the Military Personnel Appropriation is the only one counted as making a PCS move related to the base closure.

57**** MOVEMENTS--PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION--OFFICERS

58**** MOVEMENTS--PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION--ENLISTED

These programs provide for the cost of permanent change of station movements of military personnel individually or as organizational units, and authorized dependents and household goods. Costs chargeable to these programs include:
(1) transportation by common carrier.
(2) Military Allowance Instead 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 Airlift Service Industrial Fund.
(9) travel and transportation services provided by Military Sealift Command and Military Traffic Management Command (including movement of POVs).
(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 USAF (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 dependents.
(14) includes PCS travel costs of all military personnel assigned to military assistance advisory groups.
(15) per diem paid to members enroute between permanent duty stations who 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 $110 per day for a maximum of 10 days.
(18) Payment of travel expenses for military personnel and their dependents from overseas to the CONUS and return between consecutive overseas tours (COT).

NOTE: Standard definitions that will apply to PCS travel:

TDY: Payment of TDY that is an integral part of PCS travel if it meets all the following conditions:

(1) TDY does not exceed 15 days and is performed enroute to a new PCS station.
(2) TDY is for M-16 rifle training, medical examination, or processing directly related to PCS. TDY status authorizes no training other than M-16. Member noncurrent escort travel is not a PCS entitlement.
(3) USAF (AFPC, AF/DPG, or AF/DPGO) or MAJCOM authorizes TDY for intra-command moves. Cite authorization in PCS orders.

COMMERCIAL AIRLIFT (CATEGORY Z ONLY): Travel by regularly scheduled US flag international air carriers with tickets procured by TRs at special rates applicable to DoD travel.

SPECIAL AIRLIFT: DBOF-T -procured aircraft (group movements) determined more economical to the government.

DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATIONS FUND - TRANSPORTATION (DBOF-T): For travel and transportation services furnished by DBOF-T. Includes travel of military personnel and dependents, personal baggage, and household goods.

MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND (MSC): For travel and transportation services furnished by MSC incident to PCS of officer and enlisted members. Includes travel of military personnel and dependents on MSC vessels. Also includes transportation of unaccompanied baggage, household goods, and privately owned vehicles (POVs).

MILITARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT COMMAND (MTMC): For travel and transportation services furnished by MTMC 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 in commercial facilities under JTR, volume I, in connection with PCS or indeterminate TDY authorized by HQ USAF. (Cite this fund in PCS order.)

(1) Includes required accessorial services, that is, pickup at residence, inventory, loading, weighing, cubing, wrapping, packing, carting, drayage, inhandling, outhandling 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.

NOTE: Standard rules applicable to the two-digit subproject field for payments made before 1 October of each fiscal year. The first position of the subproject field is always 0 when the date of the payment and transfer effective date (TED) are both in the same fiscal year. Example: Charge Officer Accession (military move commencing in FY 96 with a TED in FY 96) to: 5763500 326 5741.0M ADSN 503725. The first position of the subproject field will always be 9 when the date of the payment is in the current fiscal year and the TED is in the next fiscal year. Example: Charge Officer Accession (military move commencing in FY 96 with a TED in FY 96) to: 5763500 326 5741.9M ADSN 503725. This permits citing and temporarily charging the current year appropriation for costs authorized by the PCS order. Convert these transactions (current fiscal year with a 9 in the subproject field) to the correct year by DFAS-DE when the new appropriation becomes available (1 October of each year). Additional instructions for using this subproject field are in DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-103.

The second position of the subproject field will always be an alpha code as follows:

M--Military Member's Travel: Includes member's TRs, 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 member (AFMAN 65-604, movements-PCS (TDY); DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-103). 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.

J--Military Member's Per Diem: Includes member's per diem, meal tickets, incidentals and TDY per diem directly related to the PCS of the member (AFMAN 65-604, movements-PCS (TDY); DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-103). 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).

L--Travel of Dependent Driving POV Independently of Member: Includes equivalent of member's mileage allowance payable to the one dependent authorized to drive separately from the member for reasons outlined in the JTR. Only includes POV travel. All other dependent travel falls into the "D" shred.

R--Per Diem Of Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member: Includes equivalent of the member's per diem payable to the spouse authorized to drive POV separately from the member for reasons outlined in the JTR. Only includes per diem associated with POV travel. All other dependent per diem falls into the "K" shred.

D--Travel of Dependents Not Included in Subproject L: Includes POV mileage of all remaining dependents regardless of whether they are traveling with the member or independently of the member. Also, includes other modes of transportation, MTAS and TRS.
K--Per Diem of Dependents Not Included in Subproject R: Includes per diem for all remaining dependents regardless of whether they are traveling with the member or independently of the member. Also, includes per diem for modes of transportation other than POV and all charges to 5710 or 5810.

H--Household goods, belongings, or POV land shipments via GBLs 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).

I--Household goods or belongings shipped via ITGBLs 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.

T--Mobile home payments: Includes allowances for moving of mobile homes on GBLs.

G--Mobile home adjustments: To correct previous charges.

Y--MALT HHG: Move it yourself household goods shipments.

N--Nontemporary Storage: Includes prolonged storage of household goods charged to fiscal year service is rendered.

NOTE: Cite current year appropriation for nontemporary storage. The first position of the subproject field will always be O.

B--Unaccompanied Baggage (restricted to DBOF-T for DBOF-T 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 dependents' arrival at destination, for interim housekeeping pending arrival of the major portion of the property.

V--Privately Owned Vehicle (restricted to AFPC and overseas commands for MSC and MTMC billings): Payment for shipment of POV by vessel to, from, and between overseas ports.

F--Dislocation Allowance Payments With Dependents: Payment to partially reimburse a member, with dependents, for the expenses incurred in relocating household goods or mobile homes upon a PCS.

A--Dislocation Allowance Adjustments With Dependents: Adjustments to correct previous charges.

S--Dislocation Allowance Payments Without Dependents: Payment to partially reimburse a member without dependents whenever transferred to a permanent duty station where not assigned to government quarters.

C--Dislocation Allowance Adjustments Without Dependents: Adjustments to correct previous charges.

P--Per Diem: Payment of per diem to the members in a PCS status. Use this code in amended orders that place a 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 members in hold status requires the advance approval of AFPC.

E--Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE) In CONUS: Payment of up to $110 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.
Member or dependent(s) cannot be drawing MALT and per diem concurrently with TLE.

W--Consecutive Overseas Tour (COT) Leave Travel: Payment of travel expenses for military personnel and their dependents from overseas to the CONUS and return between COTs.

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.
Z--PCS Reimbursements: Costs reimbursed by federal government agencies and other governments or international organizations.

Subprojects

5710.** Emergency Evacuation Allowance-Officer Dependents.
5810.** Emergency Evacuation Allowance-Enlisted Dependents.

These subprojects provide for the payment of all authorized emergency evacuation allowances to Air Force military dependents 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 Travel Regulations.

CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC). Cite the following CICs on PCS orders for accession travel:

OFFICER AND ENLISTED
4 5 *48 0010 503725

TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC). Cite the following TACs on PCS orders for accession travel:

OFFICER ENLISTED
F*7G F*8G

Subproject
Shreds
.0D Travel of Dependents Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem-Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

Subprojects
5720.** Other PCS Travel--Officers.

5820.** Other PCS Travel--Enlisted.

Reassignment of military personnel when a PCS fund expenditure of $500 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 or travel of dependents within the CONUS. 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 dependents are not authorized, a member must be assigned to government quarters at new duty station.

Subproject
Shreds

.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem--Military Member.

Projects
574*** Accession Travel--Officers.
584*** 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.) 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). Cite the following CICs on PCS orders for accession travel:

OFFICER AND ENLISTED
4 5 *48 0040 503725.

TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC). Cite the following TACs on PCS orders for accession travel:

OFFICER ENLISTED
F*7A F*8A

Subprojects
5741.** PCS 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.

5841.** PCS 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.

.0L Dependent Travel--Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem--Spouse Driving POV Independently of Military Member.
.0D Dependent Travel--Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem--Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.
.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0I ITGBL Household Goods.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments Without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments Without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

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 Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem--Military Member.

Subprojects
5745.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC, OVERSEAS COMMANDS AND AIR FORCE CONTAINER CONSOLIDATION POINTS

Officer accession travel and transportation services furnished by MTMC, overseas military PCS port handling charges and for stuffing of containers at Air Force container consolidation points.

5845.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC, OVERSEAS COMMANDS AND AIR FORCE CONTAINER CONSOLIDATION POINTS

Enlisted accession travel and transportation services furnished by MTMC, overseas military PCS port handling charges and for stuffing of containers at Air Force container consolidation points.

Subproject
Shreds

.0I Household Goods.
.0V POV.

Subprojects
5746.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC

Officer accession travel and transportation services furnished by MSC.

5846.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC

Enlisted accession travel and transportation services furnished by MSC.

Subproject
Shreds

.0I MSC Household Goods.

.0V MSC POV.

Subprojects
5747.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T

Officer accession travel and transportation services furnished by DBOF-T.

5847.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T

Enlisted accession travel and transportation services furnished by DBOF-T.

Subproject
Shreds

.0M DBOF-T Passenger-Member Travel.

.0D DBOF-T Passenger-Dependent Travel.

.0I DBOF-T Household Goods.

.0B DBOF-T Unaccompanied Baggage.

Subprojects
5748.0N Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods-Officer.
5848.0N 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.**. When PCS movement is between two different types of training schools, select the subproject applicable to the type of training school to which the student is being assigned.

Subprojects

5751.** CONUS PCS movements of student officers from previous CONUS permanent duty station to, from (graduates and eliminees), and between technical and flying training schools listed in the Training Prospectus (AFI 36-2223), except fund flying training schools for initial aeronautical rating under 5753.**. Includes nonprior service technical training graduates and eliminees from courses of 20 weeks or longer duration.

5851.** CONUS PCS movements of student enlisted personnel from previous permanent duty station to, from (graduates and eliminees), and between technical and flying training schools listed in the Training Prospectus (AFI 36-2223), except flying training schools for initial aeronautical rating that are funded under 5853.**. Includes nonprior service technical training graduates and eliminees from courses of 20 weeks or longer duration.
Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem-Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel-Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem-Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel-Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem-Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments. 0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects
5752.** CONUS PCS movements of student officers 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

5852.** 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.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem-Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel-Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem-Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel-Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem of Dependents-Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects
5753.** 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 Training and Education Command flying training program.

5853.** 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 Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem-Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel-Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem-Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel-Not Included on Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem-Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

Subprojects
5758.0N Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Officers.

5858.0N Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Enlisted.

The above subprojects authorizes 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***.

CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC).

Cite the following CICs on PCS orders for operational travel:

OFFICER AND ENLISTED
4 5 *48 0060 503725.

TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC).

Cite the following TACs on PCS orders for operational travel:

OFFICER ENLISTED
F*7C F*8C

NOTE: * Indicates FY TED falls within.

Subprojects
5761.** For HQ USAF-directed intercommand and intracommand PCS moves of officers between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED.

It includes HQ USAF-directed intracommand consecutive overseas tours (COT) WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. Also, it includes HQ USAF 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.** For HQ USAF-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 HQ USAF-directed intracommand consecutive overseas tours (COT) WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. Also, it includes HQ USAF 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 36-2110.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem-Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel-Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem-Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel-Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem-Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0W COT Leave Travel.

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects
5762.** For command-directed intracommand PCS moves of officers between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations (except for moves provided for under 5764.**) WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. It includes command-directed consecutive overseas tours (COT) and PCS moves to and from command-operated schools WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED.

5862.** For command-directed intracommand PCS moves of enlisted members between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations (except for moves provided for under 5864.**) WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. It includes command-directed consecutive overseas tours (COT) and PCS moves to and from command-operated schools WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem-Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel-Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem-Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel-Not Included in Subproject L.
.0K Per Diem-Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0W COT Leave Travel.

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects
5763.** For HQ USAF-directed intercommand and intracommand PCS moves of officers between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED, as a result of unit activation, inactivation, reorganization, or moves without personnel and equipment (WOPE). PCS orders must cite authority for use.

5863.** For HQ USAF-directed intercommand and intracommand PCS moves of enlisted members between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED, as a result of unit activation, inactivation, reorganization, or moves without personnel and equipment (WOPE). PCS orders must cite authority for use.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem-Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel-Driving POV Independently of Member.
.0R Per Diem-Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel-Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem-Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.
.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0W COT Leave Travel.

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects
5764.** For command-directed intracommand PCS moves of officers between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED, as a result of unit activation, inactivation, reorganization, or moves without personnel and equipment (WOPE).
5864.** For command-directed intracommand PCS moves of enlisted personnel between CONUS duty stations or between overseas duty stations WHEN NO TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED, as a result of unit activation, inactivation, reorganization, or moves without personnel and equipment (WOPE).

Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem-Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel-Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem-Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel-Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem-Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0W COT Leave Travel.

.0X 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
5767.** Officer operational travel and transportation services furnished by DBOF-T. RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T.

5867.** Enlisted operational travel and transportation services furnished by DBOF-T. RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T.
Subproject
Shreds
.0M DBOF-T Passenger-Military Member.

.0D DBOF-T Passenger-Dependent Travel.

.0I DBOF-T Household Goods.

.0B DBOF-T Unaccompanied Baggage.

Subprojects
5768.0N Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods-Officer.

5868.0N Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Enlisted.

Subprojects
5769.0Z (OAC 42 ADSN 380100 applies) For PCS moves of officers for other federal government agencies and other government or international organizations where under cross service or other agreements with such agencies (does not apply to Foreign Military Sales reimbursable costs) requires a reimbursement.

Charge this account for PCS movement of mission members, reimbursable under agreements with foreign governments. Deposit received collections to project 5765.0Z. Transfer costs determined not to be reimbursable to project 5779.0Z by DFAS-DE. Army and Air Force DOs immediately forward a copy of all paid vouchers for this code with attachments to DFAS-DE/ACFR, Denver CO 80279-5000. DFAS-DE/ACFR processes billings and collections.

5869.0Z (OAC 42 ADSN 380100 applies)
For PCS moves of enlisted for other federal government agencies and other government or international organizations where under cross-service or other agreements with such agencies (does not apply to Foreign Military Sales reimbursable costs) requires a reimbursement.
Charge this account for PCS movement of mission members, reimbursable under agreements with foreign governments. Deposit collections when received to project 5865.0Z. Transfer costs determined not to be reimbursable to project 5879.0Z by DFAS-DE. Army and Air Force DOs immediately forward a copy of all paid vouchers for this code with attachments to DFAS-DE/ACFR, Denver CO 80279-5000. DFAS-DE/ACFR processes billings and collections.

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 transocean travel is involved.
(4) dependents, household goods, personal effects, trailer allowances of interned, missing, or captured officers, and enlisted personnel when it involves transocean 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).

Cite the following CICs on PCS orders for rotational travel:

OFFICER AND ENLISTED
4 5 *48 0070 503725.

TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC).

Cite the following TACs on PCS orders for rotational travel:

OFFICER ENLISTED
F*7D F*8D

NOTE: * Indicates FY TED falls within.

Subprojects

5771.** For HQ USAF-directed moves of officers to and from overseas areas WHEN TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED.

It includes PCS rotational reassignments:
(1) between CONUS training school and overseas duty station or between overseas duty station and CONUS training school.
(2) of prisoners under AFI 31-205.
(3) of patients.
(4) upon reassignment:
(a) for humanitarian reasons.
(b) to join spouse or twin.
(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).

5871.** For HQ USAF--directed moves of enlisted personnel to and from overseas, and between overseas area WHEN TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED.
It includes PCS rotational reassignments:
(1) between CONUS training school and overseas duty station or between overseas duty station and CONUS training school.
(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 or twin.
(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 36-2110.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem--Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel--Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem--Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel-Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem--Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0I ITGBL Household Goods.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.
.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0W COT Leave Travel.

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects
5772.** For command-directed intracommand PCS moves of officers to and from overseas, between overseas areas, and to and from schools operated by major commands for their own personnel WHEN TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. It includes intracommand consecutive overseas tours (COT).

5872.** For command-directed intracommand PCS moves of enlisted personnel to and from overseas, between overseas areas, and to and from schools operated by major commands for their own personnel WHEN TRANSOCEANIC TRAVEL IS INVOLVED. It includes intracommand consecutive overseas tours (COT).

Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem-Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel-Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem-Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel-Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem-Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments. 0I ITGBL Household Goods.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.
.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0W COT Leave Travel.

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects
5774.0H Used as a clearing account for MTMC charges for subsequent distribution to the proper accounting classification. RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC.

5874.0H Used as a clearing account for MSC charges for subsequent distribution to the proper accounting classification. RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC.

Subprojects
5775.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T, OVERSEAS COMMANDS AND AIR FORCE CONTAINER CONSOLIDATION POINTS

Officer rotational travel and transportation services furnished by MTMC, overseas military PCS port handling charges and for stuffing of containers at Air Force container consolidation points.

5875.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC, OVERSEAS COMMANDS AND AIR FORCE CONTAINER CONSOLIDATION POINTS

Enlisted rotational travel and transportation services furnished by MTMC, overseas military PCS port handling charges and for stuffing of containers at Air Force container consolidation points.

Subproject
Shreds

.0I Household Goods.

.0V POV.

Subprojects
5776.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC Officer rotational travel and transportation services furnished by MSC.
5876.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC Enlisted rotational travel and transportation services furnished by MSC.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M MSC Passenger--Military Member Travel.

.0J MSC Passenger--Per Diem-Military Member.

.0D MSC Passenger--Dependent Travel.

.0K MLSC Passenger-Per Diem-Dependents.

.0I MSC Household Goods.

.0V MSC POV.

Subprojects
5777.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T Officer rotational travel and transportation services furnished by DBOF-T.

5877.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T Enlisted rotational travel and transportation services furnished by DBOF-T.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M DBOF-T Passenger-Military Member Travel.

.0D DBOF-T Passenger-Dependent Travel.

.0I DBOF-T Household Goods.

.0B DBOF-T Unaccompanied Baggage.

Subprojects
5778.0N Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Officer.

5878.0N Nontemporary Storage of Household Goods--Enlisted.

5779.0Z For PCS moves of officers for other federal government agencies and other government or international organizations where costs are initially charged to project 5769.0Z and are subsequently determined not to be reimbursable. (Restricted to use by DFAS-DE)

5879.0Z For PCS moves of enlisted members for other federal government agencies and other government or international organizations where costs charged to project 5869.0Z and are subsequently determined not to be reimbursable. (Restricted to use by DFAS-DE)

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.

CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC).

Cite the following CICs on PCS orders for separation travel:

OFFICER AND ENLISTED
4 5 *48 0080 503725.

TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC).

Cite the following TACs on PCS orders for separation travel:

OFFICER ENLISTED

F*7E F*8E

NOTE: * Indicates FY TED falls within.

Subprojects
5780.** Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI) - PCS Officer.

5789.** Special Separation Benefit (SSB) - PCS Officer.

5880.** Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI) PCS Enlisted.

5889.** Special Separation Benefit (SSB) PCS Enlisted.

5781.** PCS separation of 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.

5881.** PCS separation of 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 Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem--Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel--Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem--Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel--Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem--Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments. .

.0I ITGBL Household Goods.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

Subproject
5882.** Separation of 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 Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem--Military Member.

Subprojects
5785.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC, OVERSEAS COMMANDS AND AIR FORCE CONTAINER CONSOLIDATION POINTS

Officer separation travel and transportation services furnished by MTMC, overseas military PCS port handling charges and for stuffing of containers at Air Force container consolidation points.

5885.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC, OVERSEAS COMMANDS AND AIR FORCE CONTAINER CONSOLIDATION POINTS

Enlisted separation travel and transportation services furnished by MTMC, overseas military PCS port handling charges and for stuffing of containers at Air Force container consolidation points.

Subproject
Shreds

.0I Household Goods.

.0V POV.

Subprojects
5786.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC Officer separation travel and transportation services furnished by MSC.

5886.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC Enlisted separation travel and transportation services furnished by MSC.

Subproject
Shreds
.0I MSC Household Goods.

.0V MSC POV.

Subprojects
5787.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T Officer separation travel and transportation services by DBOF-T.

5887.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T Enlisted separation travel and transportation services by DBOF-T.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M MC Passenger--Military Member Travel.

.0D MC Passenger--Dependent Travel.

.0I MC Household Goods.

.0B MC Unaccompanied Baggage.

Subprojects
5788.0N Contemporary Storage of Household Goods--Officer.

5888.0N Contemporary 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. It also includes fillers and replacements directed to move as part of an organized unit. Includes moves between duty stations within CONUS, within overseas areas, between overseas areas, to overseas from CONUS and from overseas to CONUS.

CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION CODE (CIC).

Cite the following CICs on PCS orders for organized unit travel:

OFFICER AND ENLISTED

4 5 *48 0090 503725.

TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNT CODE (TAC).

Cite the following TACs on PCS orders for organized unit travel:

OFFICER ENLISTED

F*7F F*8F

NOTE: * Indicates FY TED falls within.

Subprojects

5791.** HQ USAF-directed PCS moves of officers within CONUS or within and between overseas areas.

5891.** HQ USAF-directed PCS moves of enlisted personnel within CONUS or within and between overseas areas.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.OJ Per Diem--Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel--Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem--Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.
.0D Dependent Travel--Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem--Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0W COT Leave Travel.

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects
5792.** HQ USAF-directed PCS moves of officers from CONUS to overseas and from overseas to CONUS.

5892.** HQ USAF-directed PCS moves of enlisted personnel from CONUS to overseas and from overseas to CONUS.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem--Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel--Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem--Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel--Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem--Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.
.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects
5793.** Command-directed PCS moves of officers within CONUS or between CONUS and overseas, and between overseas areas.

5893.** Command-directed PCS moves of enlisted personnel within CONUS or between CONUS and overseas, and between overseas areas.

Subproject
Shreds
.0M Military Member Travel.

.0J Per Diem-Military Member.

.0L Dependent Travel-Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0R Per Diem-Spouse Driving POV Independently of Member.

.0D Dependent Travel-Not Included in Subproject L.

.0K Per Diem-Dependents Not Included in Subproject R.

.0H Other GBL Shipments.

.0T Mobile Home Payments.

.0G Mobile Home Adjustments.

.0Y MALT HHG.

.0F Dislocation Allowance Payments with Dependents.

.0A Dislocation Allowance Adjustments with Dependents.

.0S Dislocation Allowance Payments without Dependents.

.0C Dislocation Allowance Adjustments without Dependents.

.0P Per Diem (TDY Hold Status Only).

.0E Temporary Lodging Expense (TLE).

.0W COT Leave Travel.

.0X PCS Advance Payments.

Subprojects
5795.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC, OVERSEAS COMMANDS AND AIR FORCE CONTAINER CONSOLIDATION POINTS

Officer organized unit travel and transportation services furnished by MTMC, overseas military PCS port handling charges and for stuffing of containers at Air Force container consolidation points.

5895.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC, OVERSEAS COMMANDS AND AIR FORCE CONTAINER CONSOLIDATION POINTS

Enlisted organized unit travel and transportation services furnished by MTMC, overseas military PCS port handling charges and for stuffing of containers at Air Force container consolidation points.

Subproject
Shreds

.0I Household Goods.

.0V POV.

Subprojects
5796.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC

Officer organized unit travel and transportation services furnished by MSC.

5896.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY AFMC

Enlisted organized unit travel and transportation services furnished by MSC.

Subproject
Shreds

.0I MSC Household Goods.

.0V MSC POV.

Subprojects
5797.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T

Officer organized unit travel and transportation services furnished by DBOF-T.

5897.** RESTRICTED TO USE BY DBOF-T

Enlisted organized unit travel and transportation services furnished by DBOF-T.

Subproject
Shreds

.0M DBOF-T Passenger-Military Member Travel.

.0D DBOF-T Passenger-Dependent Travel.

.0I DBOF-T Household Goods.

.0B DBOF-T Unaccompanied Baggage.

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.

Project
591** Apprehension of Military Deserters, Absentees, and Escaped Military Prisoners.
This project provides for the expense of apprehension and delivery of military deserters, absentees, and escaped military prisoners. It includes:
(1) travel of guards.
(2) payment of rewards.
(3) payment of reasonable and actual expenses of persons or agencies apprehending, detaining, or delivering absentees or deserters to military control.
(4) travel via Airlift Service Industrial Fund.

Subprojects
591.02 This subproject includes:
(1) payment of rewards for apprehension, detention, or delivery to military control of absentees, deserters, or escaped military prisoners.
(2) payment of expenses to persons or agencies that apprehend or return absentees and deserters when a reward may not be paid.
(3) payment to civil authorities for subsistence furnished absentees, deserters, or escaped military prisoners in their custody. These payments will be made per AFI 36-2911, paragraph 6.

591.03 Travel and meal tickets of guards in connection with pursuit, apprehension, and return of Air Force absentees.

Project
592** Interest on Uniformed Services Savings Deposits (USSD). For payment of interest earned under the provisions of Public Law 89-538, approved 14 August 1966 (see DODPM, part seven, chapter 8) and the provisions of Public Law 101-510, approved 5 November 1990.

Subprojects
592.02 Interest USSD--Officers (for use by DFAS-DE only).

592.04 Interest USSD--Enlisted (for use by DFAS-DE 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, as amended by P.L. 102-190, Section 652.

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 Dependents.

This project provides for temporary family housing or temporary housing allowances for dependents of members of the Armed Forces who die on or after 12 December 1985, and for other purposes under provisions of Public Law 99-227, December 1985. (For use only when authorized by DFAS-DE/AJCTC).

Subprojects

5941.** Family Housing/Temporary Housing--Officers.

5942.** Family Housing/Temporary Housing--Enlisted.
5943.** Family Housing/Temporary Housing--Air Force Academy Cadets.

Subproject
Shreds
.01 Basic Allowance for Quarters (BAQ).

.02 Variable Housing Allowance (VHA).

.03 Overseas Housing Allowance (OHA).

Project
595** Unemployment Benefits Paid to Ex-Service Members.

This project is for payment of unemployment benefits to ex-service members, discharged or released under honorable conditions as prescribed in paragraph (1), section 8521(a), Title 5, U.S.C. as amended by P.L. 102-164. It includes officers who did not resign for the good of the service and had completed a first full term of active service under honorable conditions. The member may have been discharged before completing that first term of service 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 paid to officers.

595.02 Unemployment benefits paid to enlisted personnel.

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, Public Law 98-94 (Sections 97, 614).

Subprojects

596.01 Survivor Benefits-Officers.

596.02 Survivor Benefits-Enlisted.

Project
597** ADOPTION REIMBURSEMENT EXPENSE PROGRAM.

This program is for payments to reimburse active duty members of the Armed Forces who initiate adoption proceedings. Public Law 100-180, 4 December 1987 and Public Law 100-202, 22 December 1987 authorizes the test program. The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993, Section 651, authorized the program to be a permanent entitlement. Members may be reimbursed up to $2,000 per child (with maximum reimbursement to one Service member of $5,000 in any calendar year) for qualifying adoption expenses incurred by the member in the adoption of a child under 18 years of age. Reimburse only one member for the expenses related to the adoption of the same child. Pay benefits paid under the test program only after the adoption is final.

Subprojects

597.01 Adoption Reimbursement Expenses--Officers.

597.02 Adoption Reimbursement Expenses--Enlisted.

Project
598** ALL VOLUNTEER EDUCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (MONTGOMERY GI BILL).

Public Law 101-510 dated November 5, 1990 allows the service members who 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.

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-DE, OAC 45, ADSN 380100.
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 for Officers or Enlisted Participating in Direct Deposit of Pay.

999.11 Accounts Receivable. Unsatisfied indebtedness upon separation and unsatisfied indebtedness of active duty members at the close of an accounting period.

999.12 Uncollectable 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 Writeoffs of Indebtedness. Nonpursuit of collection for Accounts receivables. Fund
Appropriation Code Description
576/73600 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 activities:
(1) Basic Research (Research Category 6.1).
(2) Exploratory Development (Research Category 6.2).
(3) Advanced Technology Development (Research Category 6.3).
(4) Demonstration and Validation (Research Category 6.4).
(5) Engineering and Manufacturing Development (Research Category 6.5).
(6) Management Support (Research Category 6.6).
(7) Operational System Development (Research Category 6.7).

NOTE: See attachment 1 for Centrally Managed OBAs and Allotments pertaining to this appropriation. (AFI 99-101, AFI 65-601, Volume 1, Chapter 14.)

610000 BASIC RESEARCH

This activity includes all effort of scientific study and experimentation directed toward increasing knowledge and understanding in those fields of the physical, engineering, environmental, and life sciences related to long-term national security needs. It provides farsighted, high payoff research, including critical enabling technologies that provide the basis for technological progress. It forms a part of the base for (a) subsequent exploratory and advanced developments in Defense-related technologies, and (b) new and improved military functional capabilities in areas such as communications, detection, tracking, surveillance, propulsion, mobility, guidance and control, navigation, energy conversion, materials and structures, and personnel support. Program elements in this category would involve pre-Milestone Zero 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 Business Operations Fund (DBOF), 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 DBOF-T per AFI 65-601 volume 1 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 DBOF.
(13) Propellants and related items.
(14) Purchases of supplies, equipment, and services authorized for local purchase as authorized.
(15) Automated data processing costs.

61**** BUDGET PROGRAM

SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****.

620000 EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT

This activity translates promising basic research into solutions for broadly defined military needs, short of major development projects. This type of effort may vary from fairly fundamental applied research to sophisticated bread-board 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 development efforts. The dominant characteristic of this category of effort is that it be pointed toward specific military needs with a view toward developing and evaluating the feasibility and practicability of proposed solutions and determining their parameters. Exploratory development precedes the system specific research described in DODD 5000.1. Program control of the Exploratory Development program element will normally be exercised by general level of effort. Program elements in this category would involve pre-Milestone Zero 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 Business Operations Fund (DBOF), 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 DBOF-T per AFI 65-601 volume 1 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 DBOF.
(13) Propellants and related items.
(14) Purchases of supplies, equipment, and services authorized for local purchase as authorized.
(15) Automated data processing costs.

62**** BUDGET PROGRAM

SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****.

630000 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

This activity includes all efforts that have moved into the development and integration of hardware for field experiments and tests. The results of this type of effort are proof of technological feasibility and assessment of 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 Development is system specific (particularly for major platforms; i.e., aircraft, ships, missiles and tanks) and includes advanced technology development used to demonstrate the general military utility or cost reduction potential of technology when applied to different types of military equipment or techniques. Advanced development also includes evaluation and synthetic environment and proof-of-principle demonstrations in field exercises to evaluate system upgrades or provide new operational capabilities. Program element in this category would involve pre-Milestone One efforts. 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 DBOF
(5) Automated data processing costs.
(6) Management and support costs in direct support of development efforts.

63**** BUDGET PROGRAM

SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****.

640000 DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION

This activity, the demonstration and validation (Dem/Val) phase, includes all efforts necessary to evaluate integrated technologies in as realistic an operating environment as possible to assess the performance or cost reduction potential of advanced technology. The Dem/Val phase is system specific and includes advanced technology demonstrations that help expedite technology transition from the laboratory to operational use. Program elements in this category would involve efforts between Milestone One and Milestone Two. A logical progression of program phases and (development 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 DBOF
(5) Automated data processing costs.
(6) Management and support costs in direct support of development efforts.

64**** BUDGET PROGRAM

SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****.

650000 ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT

This activity includes those projects in engineering and manufacturing development for Service use but which have not received approval for full-rate production. This area is characterized by major line item projects and program control will be exercised by review of individual projects. Engineering development includes engineering and manufacturing development projects consistent with the definitions within DODD 5000.1. Program elements in this category would involve efforts between milestone Two and Milestone Three A logical progression of program phases and (development or 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) Purchases from DBOF
(5) Automated data processing costs.
(6) Management and support costs in direct support of development efforts.

65**** BUDGET PROGRAM

SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****.

660000 MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT

This activity includes research and development effort directed toward support of installations or operations required for general research and development use. Included would be test ranges, military construction maintenance support of laboratories, operations and maintenance of test aircraft and ships and studies and analyses in support of the R&D program. Assign costs of laboratory personnel, either in-house or contractor operated, to appropriate projects or as a line item in the Basic Research, Exploratory Development, or Advanced Development program areas, as appropriate. Include in the appropriate element the Military Construction costs directly related to a major development program.

66**** BUDGET PROGRAM

SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****.

670000 OPERATIONAL SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

This activity includes those development projects, in support of development acquisition programs or upgrades, still in engineering and manufacturing development (DODD 5000.1) but which have received approval for production through DAB or other action, or production funds have been included in the DOD budget submission for the budget or subsequent fiscal year. All items in this area are major line item projects that appear as RDT&E costs of weapon system elements in other programs. Exercise program control by review of individual projects. Program elements in this category would involve Post Milestone Three efforts. A logical progression of program phases and (development or 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 DBOF
(5) Automated data processing costs.
(6) Management and support costs in direct support of development efforts.

67**** BUDGET PROGRAM

SAF/FMB issues funds by program element within this budget program. Use the Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) to report subordinate efforts. Complete the BPAC by substituting the appropriate project designator for the ****.

99300 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-DE, OAC 45, ADSN 380100.

690000 REIMBURSABLE FUNDS

691000 BASIC RESEARCH

692000 EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT

693000 ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT

694000 DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION (DEM/VAL)

695000 ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT (EMD)

696000 MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT

697000 OPERATIONAL SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

69**** BUDGET PROGRAM

SAF/FMB issues funds 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.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
5763700 50 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. sections 265, 8021 and 8038, or while serving on active duty under 10 U.S.C. section 672(d), in connection with performing duty specified in 10 U.S.C. section 678(a), or while undergoing reserve training, or while performing drills or equivalent duty or other duty, and for members of the Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps, and expenses authorized by 10 U.S.C. section 2131 as authorized by law.

The Reserve Personnel, Air Force Appropriation is divided into subprojects; some of which are paid out of DFAS-DE (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 Kelly AFB, TX (ADSN 504300). When charges are incurred at all other AETC Training Centers (Sheppard and Keesler AFBs) costs should be paid out of DFAS-DE (ADSN 380100).

Types of costs in the centralized and decentralized programs are indicated below:

Centralized Costs (DFAS-DE) 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

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. sections 265, 8021, and 8038, or while serving on active duty under 10 U.S.C. section 672(d), in connection with performing duty specified in 10 U.S.C. section 678(a), or while undergoing reserve training, or while performing drills or equivalent duty or other duty. For 725/726 (Pay Group F and School Training) this includes the PCS 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, Prior Service, Enlisted.

721.10 Individual Clothing, Replacement Costs, Enlisted.

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

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

721.13 Transportation and Travel, Active Duty for Training Officer.

721.14 Per Diem and Incidental Expenses (including registration fees approved according toDFAS-DE
(AFR)177-103), Active Duty for Training, Officer.

721.15 Transportation and Travel, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

721.16 Per Diem and Incidental Expenses (including registration fees approved according to
DFAS-DE (AFR)177-103), Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

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

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

721.19 Organizational Clothing, Unit Assigned, Officer. (effective FY 1994)

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

721.21 Deployment, Commercial Travel, Officer.

721.22 Deployment, Commercial Travel, Enlisted.

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

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

721.25 Transient Quarters, Officer.

721.26 Transient Quarters, Enlisted.

721.29 Commercial Quarters, Officer.

721.30 Commercial Quarters, Enlisted.

721.31 Deployment, Commercial Transportation, Officer.

721.32 Deployment, Commercial Transportation, Enlisted.

721.39 Organizational Clothing, Unit Assigned, Enlisted. (effective FY 1994)

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.

721.51 20 Year Special Separation Pay, Officer. (Prior Year Use Only)

721.52 20 Year Special Separation Pay, Enlisted. (Prior Year Use Only)

721.55 Six to 15 Year Special Separation Benefit Pay, Officer. (Prior Year Use Only)

721.56 Six to 15 Year Special Separation Benefit Pay, Enlisted. (Prior Year Use Only)

721.57 Fifteen Year Early Retirement, Officer. (Prior Year Use Only)

721.58 Fifteen Year Early Retirement, Enlisted. (Prior Year Use Only)

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.

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.

722.11 Transportation and Travel, Active Duty for Training, Officer.

722.12 Per Diem and Incidental Expenses (including registration fees approved according
to DFAS-DE (AFR)177-103), Active Duty for Training, Officer.

722.13 Transportation and Travel, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

722.14 Per Diem and Incidental Expenses (including registration fees approved according
to DFAS-DE (AFR)177-103), Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

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

722.16 Per Diem and Transportation, when authorized for inactive duty training, Enlisted.
722.17 Transient Quarters, Officer.

722.18 Transient Quarters, Enlisted.

722.19 Organizational Clothing, IMA, Officer.

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

722.21 Individual Clothing and Uniform Allowances, Officer.

722.22 Individual Clothing, Initial Issue, Prior Service, Enlisted.

722.23 Individual Clothing, Replacement Costs, Enlisted.

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.

722.29 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.

722.39 Organizational Clothing, IMA, Enlisted.

722.51 20 Year Special Separation Pay, Officer. (Prior Year Use Only)

722.52 20 Year Special Separation Pay, Enlisted. (Prior Year Use Only)

722.55 Six to 15 Year Special Separation Benefit Pay, Officer. (Prior Year Use Only)

722.56 Six to 15 Year Special Separation Benefit Pay, Enlisted. (Prior Year Use Only)

722.57 Fifteen Year Early Retirement, Officer. (Prior Year Use Only)

722.58 Fifteen Year Early Retirement, Enlisted. (Prior Year Use Only)

Project
723** TRAINING-PAY GROUP D

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-12 weeks Initial Active Duty Training (0-84 days).

725.02 Pay and Allowances-More than 12 weeks Initial Active Duty Training (over 84 days).

725.03 Individual Clothing, Initial Issue.

725.04 Subsistence-in-Kind

725.05 Travel-Initial Active Duty Training (nonprior service).

725.11 Retired Pay Accrual, 12 weeks Initial Active Duty Training (0-84 days).

725.12 Retired Pay Accrual, More than 12 weeks Initial Active Duty Training (over 84 days).

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, Services and Technical Schools other than UPT/UNT, Officer.

726.03 Pay and Allowances, Enlisted,

726.04 Uniform Allowances, UPT/UNT, Officer.

726.05 Uniform Allowances (Service and Technical Schools other than UPT/UNT), Officer.

726.06 Individual Clothing, Initial Issue, Enlisted.

726.07 Individual Clothing, Replacement Costs, Enlisted.

726.08 Subsistence-in-Kind of Enlisted.

726.09 Transportation, UPT/UNT, Officer.

726.10 Per Diem, UPT/UNT, Officer.

726.13 Transportation and Travel (Service and Technical Schools other than UPT/UNT), Officer.

726.14 Per Diem (Service and Technical Schools other than UPT/UNT), Officer.

726.15 Transportation and Travel, Enlisted.

726.16 Per Diem, Enlisted.

726.17 Transportation and Storage of Things, Officer.

726.18 Transportation and Storage of Things, Enlisted.

726.27 Accrued Leave, Officer.

726.28 Accrued Leave, Enlisted.

726.31 Retired Pay Accrual, Schools, UPT/UNT, Officer.

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

726.33 Retired Pay Accrual, Schools, Enlisted.

Project
727** SPECIAL TRAINING

For costs associated with Air force Reserve performing tours of paid active duty for training, other than those covered by pay groups and school training. These include special field and joint exercises, indoctrination training, and USAF conferences on training policies, administrative support of training programs, and tours of not more than 45 days for failure to perform training duty satisfactorily. Also includes PCS entitlements for active duty tours of 20 weeks or more.

Subprojects

727.01 Pay and Allowances, Officer.

727.02 Pay and Allowances, Enlisted.

727.03 Individual Clothing and Uniform Allowances, Officer.

727.04 Individual Clothing, Replacement Costs, Enlisted.

727.05 Subsistence-in-Kind of Enlisted.

727.13 Transportation and Travel, Active Duty for Training, Officer.

727.14 Per Diem and Incidental Expenses (including registration fees approved according to
DFAS-DE (AFR)177-103), Active Duty for Training, Officer.

727.15 Transportation and Travel, Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

727.16 Per Diem and Incidental Expenses (including registration fees approved according to AFI 51-
601 and DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-103), 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 Travel, Officer.

727.22 Deployment, Commercial Travel, Enlisted.

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

727.24 Deployment, Special Assigned Airlift Mission (SAAMS), Enlisted.
727.25 Transient Quarters, Officer.

727.26 Transient Quarters, Enlisted.

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, Officer

727.32 Deployment, Commercial Transportation, Enlisted

727.41 Retired Pay Accrual, Special, Officer.

727.42 Retired Pay Accrual, Special, Enlisted.

Project
728** ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT

NOTE: Project 728 is not being used.

Project
729** RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL (For DFAS-DE 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 Section 175, 265, 672,678, 8021 and 8038 of Title 10, U.S.C. and such other extended tours of duty not properly classified under Projects 726 and 727. 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, PCS, Officer.

731.02 Pay and Allowances, PCS, Enlisted.

731.03 Uniform Allowances, Officer.

731.04 Uniform Allowances, Enlisted.

731.05 Subsistence-in-Kind, Enlisted.

731.11 Transportation of Personnel, PCS, Officer.

731.12 Transportation of Personnel, PCS, Enlisted.

731.13 Per Diem, PCS, Officer.

731.14 Per Diem, PCS, Enlisted.

731.15 Transportation and Storage of Things, Officer.

731.16 Transportation and Storage of Things, Enlisted.

731.17 Transportation of Personnel, TDY, Officer.

731.18 Transportation of Personnel, TDY, Enlisted.

731.19 Per Diem, TDY, Officer.

731.20 Per Diem, TDY, 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.

731.53 Voluntary Separation Incentive, Officer. (Prior Year Use Only)

731.54 Voluntary Separation Incentive, Enlisted. (Prior Year Use Only)

731.55 Six to 15 Year Special Separation Benefit Pay, Officer. (Prior Year Use Only)

731.56 Six to 15 Year Special Separation Benefit Pay, Enlisted. (Prior Year Use Only)

731.57 Fifteen Year Early Retirement, Officer. (Prior Year Use Only)

731.58 Fifteen Year Early Retirement, Enlisted. (Prior Year Use Only)

Project
734** DISABILITY, HOSPITALIZATION, DEATH GRATUITY, SELECTED RESERVE HEALTH
PROFESSION STIPEND, TRANSITION BENEFITS 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 payment of transition separation benefits. For other payments determined appropriate that do not belong to other projects.

Subprojects DISABILITY AND HOSPITALIZATION

734.01 Pay and Allowances, Disability and Hospitalization, Officer.

734.02 Pay and Allowances, Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted.

734.11 Transportation of Persons, Disability and Hospitalization, Officer.

734.12 Transportation of Persons, Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted.

734.13 Per Diem, Disability and Hospitalization, Officer.

734.14 Per Diem, Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted.

734.21 Retired Pay Accrual, Disability and Hospitalization, Officer.
734.22 Retired Pay Accrual, Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted.

TRANSITION BENEFITS

734.31 Voluntary Separation Incentive, Full Time Active Duty, Officer.

734.32 Voluntary Separation Incentive, Full Time Active Duty, Enlisted.

734.33 Six to 15 Year Special Separation Benefit Pay, Full Time Active Duty, Officer.

734.34 Six to 15 Year Special Separation Benefit Pay, Full Time Active Duty, Enlisted.

734.35 Fifteen Year Early Retirement, Full-Time Active Duty, Officer.

734.36 Fifteen Year Early Retirement, Full Time Active Duty, Enlisted.

734.41 20 Year Special Separation Pay, Initial Payment, Drill, Officer.

734.42 20 Year Special Separation Pay, Anniversary Payment, Drill, Officer.

734.43 20 Year Special Separation Pay, Initial Payment, Drill, Enlisted.

734.44 20 Year Special Separation Pay, Anniversary Payment, Drill, Enlisted.

734.45 Six to 15 Year Special Separation Benefit Pay, Drill, Officer.

734.46 Six to 15 Year Special Separation Benefit Pay, Drill, Enlisted.

734.47 Fifteen Year Early Retirement, Drill, Officer.

734.48 Fifteen Year Early Retirement, Drill, 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 Personnel.

OTHER CHARGES

734.71 Charges Against Lapsed Appropriation, Officers.

734.72 Charges Against Lapsed Appropriation, 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 Transportation, other than HPT, Officer.

735.12 Per Diem, other than HPT, Officer.

735.13 Transportation, other than HPT, Enlisted.

735.14 Per Diem, other than HPT, Enlisted.

735.15 Transportation, HPT Physicians and Graduate Nurses.

735.16 Per Diem, HPT Physicians and Graduate Nurses.

735.17 Transportation, HPT 3rd & 4th Yr Baccalaureate Nurses.

735.18 Per Diem, 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.

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

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 Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) Bonus, 3 Year, Initial Payment.

739.14 Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) Bonus, 3 Year, Anniversary Payment.

739.15 Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) Bonus, 6 Year, Initial Payment.

739.16 Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) Bonus, 6 Year, Anniversary Payment.

739.17 Educational Loan Repayment Bonus, Health Professionals, Initial Payment.

739.18 Educational Loan Repayment Bonus, Health Professionals, Anniversary Payment.

739.19 Health Professions Specialized Training Assistance Bonus, Initial Payment.

739.20 Health Professions Specialized Training Assistance Bonus, Anniversary Payment.

739.51 Educational Benefits Bonus (GI Bill), Officer.

739.52 Educational Benefits Bonus (GI Bill), Enlisted.

SPECIAL PROGRAM

740.01 Space Launch (for use with FY 1991 Unobligated funds only)

Program
780** AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING PROGRAM

This program is for pay, including FICA, travel, and subsistence of Air Force ROTC students and designated applicants while at field training; subsistence allowance to students undergoing Air Force ROTC training; procurement of uniforms; for payment of commutation in lieu of uniforms to institutions conducting Air Force ROTC programs; for death gratuity benefits, as authorized by law; for procurement of uniforms for students enrolled in the Junior Air Force ROTC program; for stipend, and for pay and allowances, including FICA, travel, and uniform allowance for active duty for training for Health Professions Scholarship Students.

Project
781** INSTITUTIONAL PROGRAM

Subprojects HQ ATC (OAC 64)

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 Public Laws 88-647, 98-94 and DODPM, paragraph 80401.

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.

781.03 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 Public Law 88-647.

781.04 Uniform-Commutation.

Covers the cost of commutation entitlement at prescribed rates for all institutions using the uniform commutation system for its advanced and basic cadets in support of the institutional program.

781.05 Transportation-Base Visits.

Covers the cost of transporting cadets from the institution to a military installation for the purpose of orientation visits; transportation includes both ground and airlift. Also covers travel for cadets in support of the Arnold Air Society.

781.06 Scholarship Appointment Travel.

Covers the travel cost of cadets from home of record to the institution to accept scholarship appointment; also covers travel in connection with scholarship termination if such action results in travel.

781.07 Transportation, Per Diem and Billeting, Medical or Other Examinations.

Covers the cost of transporting cadets to and from installations for the purpose of medical or other examinations.

Project
782** FIELD TRAINING PROGRAM

Subprojects HQ ATC (OAC 64)

782.01 Pay.

Covers the pay entitlement of all cadets which is accrued during the period of field training. The rate of pay for 4-week and 6-week cadets and applicants is the same as that received by Air Force Academy cadets, as provided by 37 U.S.C. 209(c).

782.02 Subsistence Supplies.

Covers the entitlement of the cadet to daily subsistence at the base field ration mess during field training, under authority of Public Law 88-647.

782.03 Uniforms-Issue-in-Kind.

Covers cost of uniforms requisitioned by the detachment for issue to cadet for use during field training; used only at those institutions not entitled to outfit cadets under the commutation system and for all 6-week applicants.

782.04 Uniforms-Commutation.

Covers monetary entitlement of the institution at established rates for those cadets who report under orders to annual field training; used only at those institutions under the commutation system.

782.05 Travel to and from Training Site.

Covers cost of transporting cadets from designated point of departure to field training site and return.

782.06 Transportation at Training Site.

Covers cost of transporting cadets on flight orientation trips to other bases during field training operations.

Project
783** JUNIOR ROTC

Covers cost of procurement of uniforms for newly activated units and replacement items in current units. Covers travel, transportation, billeting and per diem for students authorized to participate in base visit program.

Subprojects HQ ATC (OAC 64)

783.01 Uniforms.

Covers cost of procurement of uniforms for newly activated units and replacement items in current units.

783.02 Transportation and Travel, Enlisted.

Covers cost of transportation and travel for base visit program.

783.03 Billeting and Per Diem, Enlisted

Covers cost of billeting and per diem for base visit program.

Project
784** OTHER TRAINING PROGRAMS

Includes advanced training programs for selected Senior and Scholarship cadets to spend two or three weeks in job related orientation at active Air Force installations. Also includes four to six weeks flight programs for selected Senior or Scholarship cadets receiving flight instructions.

Subprojects HQ ATC (OAC 64)

784.01 Advanced Training Program-Pay.

Covers the daily pay of a cadet attending the advanced training program at the same rate as the Air Force Academy cadet.

784.02 Advanced Training Program-Other Expenses.

Covers the cost of travel and subsistence supplies for the cadet on the same basis as the cadet attending the regular field training exercise; also covers billeting charges in officer-type quarters.

784.03 Flight Program-Pay.

Covers daily pay of cadets attending the flight program at the same rate as the Air Force Academy cadet.

784.04 Flight Programs-Other Expenses.

Covers the cost of travel, subsistence, billeting, and flight uniform items needed to attend the flight program.

Project
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 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).

785.03 This Subproject is used for prior year only.

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

785.05 Financial Assistance Grant. (ADSN 380100 only).

785.41 For Travel of Students to and from base assigned for active duty for training. (ADSN 668100 only).

785.42 For Per Diem of Students to and from base assigned for active duty for training. (ADSN 668100 only).

Project
786** HEALTH PROFESSIONS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (HPSP) RETIRED ACCRUAL

This project is not used.

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 45, ADSN 380100.

Project
999** MISCELLANEOUS PERSONNEL COSTS

Subprojects RESTRICTED TO USE BY DFAS-DE (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 Accounts Receivable. Unsatisfied indebtedness upon separation and unsatisfied indebtedness of
active duty members at the close of an accounting period.

999.12 Uncollectable 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 Receivables for which collection
will not be pursued.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
576/03730 57 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 are not real property. It 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 National Guard.

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 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.
(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.
(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. 2233a), when the estimated funded cost is more than $300,000 but not more than $400,000, provides for:
(1) acquiring land and structures.
(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; 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.

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 costing $50,000 or less (10 U.S.C. 2672).

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
5763740 54 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-DE, citing AF O&M funds per AFI 34-501); recruiting; procurement of services, supplies, and equipment; and communications.

BUDGET ACTIVITY CODE (BAC):

O-1 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 stock and industrial funds 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 Air Force Depot Maintenance Business Area (DMBA) funds for depot-level maintenance including corrective maintenance of aircraft, equipment, and accessories, electronic and communications equipment, vehicles, and other equipment. The use of DMBA includes depot-level maintenance, aircraft overhaul, reclamation, manufacture, assembly and disassembly, inspection, testing, and sustaining engineering, maintenance, update, and services directly cited and performed under contract. It also includes government-furnished materials procured from Supply Management Business Area funds by the Depot Maintenance Business Area funds and consumed by the depot in support of the Air Force Reserve.

O-4 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 O-1.

NOTE: Budget activities consist of groupings of program elements listed below. Definitions for the program elements are in AFR 700-20 volume I, ADE PR-570.

BAC O1 BAC O1 -- Contains program elements:
51189F, 51421F, 51720F, 52713F, 52716F, 52717F, 52718F, 52721F, 52989F, 53011F, 53012F, 53120F, 53121F, 53122F, 53124F, 53889F, 54210F, 54212F, 54215F, 54216F, 54217F, 54218F, 54219F, 54343F, 55166F, 55356F, 55376F, 55378F, 55395F, 55396F, 55953F, 55954F, 55979F, 57111F, 57115F, 58163F, 58211F, 58212F, 58213F, 58789F, 59313, 59393F, and 59397F.

BAC 04 BAC O4 -- Contains program elements:
58160F, 58168F, 58190F, 59118F, 59330F, 59392F, and 59398F.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
576/03830 53 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) architectural and engineering services and construction design.
(2) major construction.
(3) minor construction.
(4) support activities.

It excludes providing for the Regular Air Force and the Air Force Reserve.

310 PROJECT ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEERING SERVICES AND CONSTRUCTION DESIGN

313 Project Architectural and Engineering Services and Construction Design.

Project construction 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. 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 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.
(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. 2233a), when the estimated funded cost is more than $300,000 but not more than $400,000, 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 costing $200,000 or less (10 U.S.C. 2672).

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
5763840 58 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD APPROPRIATION

MFP 05

For operation and maintenance of the Air National Guard, including medical and hospital treatment and related expenses in nonfederal hospitals; maintenance, operation, and repair of facilities for the training and administration of the Air National Guard; maintenance of aircraft; transportation of things; hire of passenger motor vehicles; purchase and rental of data processing equipment and service; supplies, materials, and equipment, as authorized by law for the Air National Guard; expenses incident to the maintenance and use of supplies, materials, and equipment, including such as may be furnished from stocks under the Defense Business Operations Fund; travel expenses (other than mileage) on the same basis as authorized by law for Air National Guard personnel on active federal duty, for Air National Guard commanders while inspecting units in compliance with National Guard regulations when specifically authorized by the Chief, National Guard Bureau.

BUDGET ACTIVITY CODE (BAC):

01 Operating Forces.

Provides funds for direct expenses of aviation fuel for the operation of Air National Guard mission related aircraft; fuel for operating jet engine test cells, aircraft ground support equipment, and power equipment for communications units; and expenses incident to the base operation and maintenance of nonfederally owned Air National Guard installations having training support as a primary mission. It includes funds for military technicians and civilian personnel services and benefits, including reimbursement of bank charges for personnel participating in direct deposit of pay; operation, maintenance, and repair of facilities by contract, including leased property rentals and service agreements; travel and transportation expenses of full-time military, military technicians, and civilian personnel; transportation of material; purchase and rental of electronic data processing equipment; commercial communications service, maintenance of base equipment including vehicles; medical support; and purchase of supplies, equipment, and services from Department of Defense stocks. This activity also includes funds for depot level maintenance, including corrective maintenance of aircraft, equipment and accessories, electronic and communications equipment, vehicles and other equipment.

Depot level maintenance includes repair, overhaul, reclamation, manufacture, assembly and disassembly, inspection, testing, and service engineering, including contractor-furnished supplies and equipment incident to maintenance service performed under contract. It also includes Government Furnished Materiel (GFM) procured from Defense Business Operations Fund (DBOF) using Depot Maintenance Business Area funds and consumed by the depots in support of the Air National Guard.

04 Administration and Service Wide Activities

Provides for personnel compensation and benefits (including reimbursement of bank charges for personnel participating in direct deposit of pay) of those civilian employees assigned to staff functions of the Air National Guard within the National Guard Bureau and the travel and per diem expenses of officers and civilians assigned to those staff functions. Also includes the travel and per diem of Air National Guard military personnel or Headquarters Air National Guard directed short tours. This activity also supports recruiting efforts throughout the United States to obtain and retain quality enlisted and officer personnel into the Air National Guard. It provides those essential resources to accomplish the recruiting mission and provides local, regional, and national advertising designed to increase public awareness and generate recruiting opportunities.

NOTE: Budget activities consist of groupings of program elements listed below. Definitions for the program elements are in AFR 700-20, volume I, ADE PR-570.

BAC 01 Contains program elements: 51216F, 51217F, 51305F, 51311F, 51411F, 51628F, 51889F, 52608F, 52609F, 52619F, 52620F, 52624F, 52629F, 52642F, 52652F, 52671F, 52672F, 52888F, 52889F, 53111F, 53112F, 53114F, 53115F, 53117F, 54118F, 54119F, 54120F, 54314F, 54332F, 55256F, 55276F, 55278F, 55296F, 55393F, 55853F, 55854F, 55889F, 57112F, 58152F, 58221F, 58222F, 58789F, 59220F, and 59297F.

BAC 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.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
5763850 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. sections 265, 8033, or 8496, or 32 U.S.C., section 708, or while serving on active duty under 10 U.S.C., section 672(d) or 32 U.S.C., section 502(f) in connection with performing duty specified in 10 U.S.C., section 678(a), or while undergoing training, or while performing drills or equivalent duty, or other duty, and expenses authorized by 10 U.S.C., section 2131, as authorized by law. The primary programs of this appropriation are Unit and Individual Training (P520) and Other Training and Support (P540).

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 a duration of 20 weeks or more. The unit and individual training P520 program includes projects 521, 522, and 523.

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).

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 (ADSN 380100 only).

Decentralized

521.22 Initial Issue, Individual Clothing, Prior Service, Enlisted.

521.23 Replacement Costs, Individual Clothing, Prior Service, Enlisted.

521.31 Subsistence-in-Kind, Active Duty for Training, Exercises or Deployments, Enlisted.

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

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

521.41 Transportation, Active Duty for Training, Exercises or Deployments, Officers.

521.42 Transportation, Other Active Duty for Training, Officers.

521.44 Per Diem, Active Duty for Training, Exercises or Deployments, Officers.

521.45 Per Diem, Other Active Duty for Training, Officers.

521.51 Transportation, Active Duty for Training, Exercises or Deployments, Enlisted.

521.52 Transportation, Other Active Duty for Training, Enlisted.

521.54 Per Diem, Active Duty for Training, Exercises or Deployments, Enlisted.

521.55 Per Diem, Other Active Duty for 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).

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).
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).

522.52 Transportation of Persons, Initial Active Duty for Training Nonprior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

522.55 Per Diem, Initial Active Duty for Training, Nonprior Service, Enlisted. This includes billeting fees for BMTS. (ADSN 380100 only).

522.58 Transportation and Storage of Things (includes unaccompanied baggage), Initial Active Duty for Training, Nonprior Service, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

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).

Decentralized

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 a duration of 20 weeks or more. Also provides above allowances for personnel of the Air National Guard while on active duty under 10 U.S.C., section 265, 672, 678, 8033, and 8496, or 32 U.S.C., section 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).

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

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

541.21 Uniform Gratuities, School Training, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

Decentralized

541.22 Initial Issue, Individual Clothing, School Training, Enlisted.

541.23 Replacement Costs, Individual Clothing, School Training, Enlisted.

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

541.42 Transportation of Persons, School Training, Officers.

541.45 Per Diem, School Training, Officers.

541.48 Transportation and Storage of Things, School Training, Officers.

541.52 Transportation of Persons, School Training, Enlisted.

541.55 Per Diem, School Training, Enlisted.

541.58 Transportation and Storage of Things, School Training, Enlisted.

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, USAF Mission Support, Conversions, and other special training necessary to improve combat proficiency and to increase mobilization 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).

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

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

542.21 Uniform Gratuities, Special Training, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).
Decentralized

542.23 Replacement Costs, Individual Clothing, Special Training, Enlisted.

542.31 Subsistence-in-Kind, Special Training, Exercises or Deployments, Enlisted.

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

542.41 Transportation, Special Training, Exercises or Deployments, Officers.

542.42 Transportation, Other Special Training, Officers.

542.44 Per Diem, Special Training, Exercises or Deployments, Officers.

542.45 Per Diem, Other Special Training, Officers.

542.48 Transportation and Storage of Things, Officers.

542.51 Transportation, Special Training, Exercises or Deployments, Enlisted.

542.52 Transportation, Other Special Training, Enlisted.

542.54 Per Diem, Special Training, Exercises or Deployments, Enlisted.

542.55 Per Diem, Other Special Training, Enlisted.

542.58 Transportation and Storage of Things, Enlisted.

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

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

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. sections 265, 672(d), 678(a), 8033 and 8496, and 32 U.S.C. sections 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 (ADSN 380100 only).

543.02 Other Pay and Allowances, AGR, Officers (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).
543.11 Basic Pay, AGR, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

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

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

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

543.21 Uniform Gratuities, AGR, Officers (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).

543.42 PCS Transportation of Persons, AGR, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.43 Transportation of Persons, Disability and Hospitalization, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.45 PCS Per Diem, AGR, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.46 Per Diem, Disability and Hospitalization, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.48 PCS Transportation and Storage of Things, AGR, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.52 PCS Transportation of Persons, AGR, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.53 Transportation of Persons, Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.55 PCS Per Diem, AGR, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.56 Per Diem, Disability and Hospitalization, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.58 PCS Transportation and Storage of Things, AGR, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.61 Death Gratuities, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

543.62 Death Gratuities, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

543.63 Serviceman's Group Life Insurance (SGLI) Payments, Officers and Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

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

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

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).

543.74 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-18 Months or Less, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).
543.80 Medical Officer Bonus Program (ADSN 380100 only).

543.81 Initial Affiliation Bonus-More Than 18 Months, 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).

543.91 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).

543.96 Adoption Reimbursement Expense (Test Program) Effective 1 Oct 1987 through 30 Sept 1989. (ADSN 380100 only).

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.

Subprojects

544.91 Education Benefits, Officers (ADSN 380100 only).

544.92 Education Benefits, Enlisted (ADSN 380100 only).

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-DE), Denver CO 80279-5000, OAC 45, ADSN 380100.

Project

999** MISCELLANEOUS PERSONNEL COSTS

Subprojects RESTRICTED TO USE BY DFAS-DE (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 Accounts Receivable. 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 Writeoffs of Indebtedness. Nonpursuit of collections for accounts receivables.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
57*5095 74 CONSERVATION PROGRAMS ON MILITARY RESERVATIONS, AIR FORCE

As stated in the authorizing legislation, use (Public Law 86-797, as amended 16 U.S.C. 670) 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 Description
576/07040 89 FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION

This appropriation provides for costs of the Air Force Housing Construction Program.

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, or replacing family dwelling units.
(2) related land acquisition, site preparation, excavating, filling, landscaping, or improving sites relating to work in "(1)."
(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.
(4) supervision and inspection of construction (see AFI 65-601, volume 1, chapter 21).
(5) construction of mobile home facilities and nondwelling buildings associated with a family housing area.
(6) construction of roads, driveways, walks, and utility systems which primarily serve family housing units.
(7) construction of community facilities integral to a family housing area.
(8) replace damaged or destroyed family housing facilities.

Project
713 Post Acquisition Construction.

This project provides for construction to:
(1) upgrade inadequate family housing quarters and rental housing.
(2) improve adequate public quarters.
(3) convert existing facilities to family housing quarters.
(4) alter, expand, extend, or repair 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.

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
716 Family Housing Construction Currency Management Account.

Family Housing Construction Foreign Currency Gain.

Project
717 Family Housing Construction Currency Management Account.

Family Housing Construction Foreign Currency Loss.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
5767045 83 FAMILY HOUSING OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

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.
(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.

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.

Subproject
721.13 Housing Referral-Private Dwellings

This subproject includes all administrative costs pertaining to referral of private housing, including rental guarantee projects.

Subproject
721.21 Services-Government Dwellings.

This subproject includes the costs of municipal-type services, such as refuse collection and disposal, fire protection, police protection, entomological services, and custodial services, etc., that support government-owned family housing units.

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 (Nonprorated).

This subproject includes nonprorated services provided to general officer quarters (GOQ).

Subproject
721.41 Furnishings-Government Dwellings.

This subproject includes the costs of government-owned furnishings provided to government-owned family dwelling units. This includes replacement, increases to inventories, 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.

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.
(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.

Subproject
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 front on family housing locations, but which serve other base locations and facilities.

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
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
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
730** DEBT INTEREST AND OTHER CHARGES

This program provides for:
(1) Serviceman's Mortgage Insurance Premium.
Program
788 FAMILY HOUSING OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE FOREIGN CURRENCY GAIN.

This program provides for the Family Housing Operation and Maintenance Foreign Currency Management Account.

Program
789 FAMILY HOUSING OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE FOREIGN CURRENCY LOSS.

This Program provides for the Family Housing Operation and Maintenance Foreign Currency Management Account.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
572/77045 HU FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, AF

This appropriation covers the incremental costs arising from consequences of hurricane Andrew and typhoon Omar.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
57*8928 75 AIR FORCE GENERAL GIFT FUND

This appropriation provides for certain gifts to the Air Force processed through Receipt Account 578928.0001.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
57-113 45 FOREIGN MILITARY FINANCING PROGRAM,
1082.003 EXECUTIVE APPROPRIATION (TRANSFERS TO AIR FORCE)

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 AFR 82-1/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) basic airframe unit.
(b) installed engines.
(c) armament.
(d) electronics.
(e) airborne weapons.
(f) photographic equipment.
(g) all other installed government-furnished equipment.
(h) 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: USAF Class IV and Class V modifications; related modification designations assigned by the other military departments.

A70 Aircraft Support Equipment.

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.

E00 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:
(a) cryptological equipment.
(b) teletype and facsimile equipment.
(c) intercommunications and public address systems.
(d) sound recording and reproducing equipment.
(e) visible and invisible light communications equipment.
(f) miscellaneous communications equipment.

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.

R00 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) establish,
(b) rehabilitate,
(c) expand,
(d) modernize, or
(e) 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 materiels.
(d) license fees incidental to use of a process.

R90 Other Special Activities.

This budget activity includes other special projects approved by OSD and HQ USAF 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 HQ USAF.

This project provides for the costs at the seat-of government and major field commands (in the US 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.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
57-1131081 49 INTERNATIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TRANSFER TO AIR FORCE)

N00 TRAINING

This budget activity provides for the costs of FMFP training. It includes projects for:
(a) student training.
(b) mobile training teams.
(c) field training services.
(d) SAO and command training support.
(e) training US FMFP personnel.
(f) extraordinary expenses.
(g) other training support.
(h) training aids and devices.

N10 Student Training

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

N20 Mobile Training Teams.

This project provides for the costs of foreign training conducted by US 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.

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 US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, for forest pest suppression. Issue funding to code SPFO.

2.3. DoD Appropriations:

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.1102 2M O&M, MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This appropriation provides funds to support several Air Force requirements. It includes the following:

1. The DoD Legacy Resources Management Program. Appropriation used to identify, manage, and protect important biological, geophysical, and cultural resources on DoD lands. Use this appropriation only for projects approved by HQ USAF/CEVP and for funding issued by SAF/FMBOI.

2. Military Youth Program.

3. Drug Interdiction Program.

4. Strategic Mobility Enhancements; as well as other programs designated to use this fund code.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.1202 Z4 DEFENSE AGENCIES O&M, OFFICE OF JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF (JCS)
(SUBALLOCATION TO THE AIR FORCE)

This appropriation provides funds transferred to the Air Force from DoD in support of JCS. Examples of programs funded from this fund code are: CINC Initiatives Fund, CJCS exercises, and Joint Warfare Center, as well as other programs designated to use this code.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.1402 G2 (O&M) DEFENSE MEDICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY (DMSA)

This appropriation provides DMSA funds suballocated to the Air Force through DOD WHS for use in support of the Automated Quality of Care Evaluation Support System (AQCESS) at 82 Air Force Facilities. The Air Force Office of Medical Service (AFOMS) at Brooks AFB, TX, administered this program.
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.1702 T8 (O&M) FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM

This appropriation provides Military Family Resource Center (MFRC) funds transferred to the Air Force from DoD WHS for use in support of the Family Advocacy Program, including family violence, and child abuse and costs for the involuntary placement of Air Force dependent children in foster care facilities. The following are program expenditure categories: prevention, administration, direct services, training, and program evaluation. Funding is also provided for others designated to use this fund code.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97*0101.0200 81 CONTINGENCIES, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (ALLOCATION TO DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE)

For use only upon receipt of Budget Authorization from HQ USAF. The budget authorization document cites the project account.
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.2002 16 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE AGENCIES

This appropriation provides funding authority from DoD for the following projects -- Linked Ops-Intel Centers Europe (LOCE), DEDMI, DMA, CALS, CIMs, OSD Ministerial Support, and any other programs designated to use this fund code.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.2302 D8 FEDERAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This appropriation is a suballocation to the Air Force to provide funding for the Federal Energy Management Program.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.2902 2G CORPORATE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

This appropriation is a suballocation to the Air Force to provide funding for the Corporate Information Management.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.4160 J4 DEFENSE VISUAL INFORMATION SCHOOL

This appropriation provides funding for the Defense Visual Information School.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.5602 G1 OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE, U.S. SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

This appropriation is a suballocation from HQ USSOCOM to the Air Force and provides for the operation and maintenance of all Special Operations Forces (SOF) and includes: personnel compensation of SOF civilians, including personnel benefits and benefits of former personnel; travel and transportation of persons; transportation of things; rent, communications and utilities; printing and reproduction; other contract services; supplies and materials; equipment; lands and structures; and other applicable costs.

CONSTRUCTION OF THE USSOCOM PROGRAM ELEMENT (6 position code):

1st position: "B" indicates Major Force Program 11.

2nd position: USSOCOM Functional Activities

2 - SOF OPERATIONS
3 - SOF INTELLIGENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS
5 - MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS ACTIVITIES
6 - SPECIAL OPERATIONS ACQUISITION ACTIVITIES
7 - MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES
8 - TRAINING AND EDUCATION ACTIVITIES
9 - ADMINISTRATION AND ASSOCIATED ACTIVITIES

3rd position: SOF Component of Military Department

4 - USSOCOM (HEADQUARTERS AND COMPONENT COMMON USE)
5 - ACTIVE AIR FORCE COMPONENT
6 - AIR NATIONAL GUARD COMPONENT
7 - AIR FORCE RESERVE COMPONENT
0 - ALL OTHER ACTIVITIES

4th and 5th positions: Functional Category

01 - Special Operations Technology Development
02 - Special Operations Advanced Technology Development
04 - Special Operations Tactical Systems Development
05 - Special Operations Intelligence Systems Development
07 - SOF Medical Technology Development
08 - SOF Operational Enhancements
09 - Other Force Programs
11 - JCS Directed and Coordinated Exercises
12 - Deployment Exercises
13 - Special Operations Command (SOC) Activities
14 - SOF Public Affairs (Limitation)
15 - Combat Development Activities
16 - Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-PACCOM
17 - Maintenance Support Activities (Depot Level)
18 - Depot Maintenance Activities
20 - Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-CENTCOM
21 - Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-EUCOM
23 - Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-SOUTHCOM
25 - Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-LANTCOM
26 - Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-KOREA
28 - Ship Maintenance Activities (Depot Level)
31 - SOF Intelligence Activities
32 - SOF C2 Activities
33 - Extension of Intelligence Data (Socrates)
35 - Special Ops Contingency Communications Element
38 - Counter-Drug Activities
39 - Intell Telecom & Defense Special Security Systems
41 - Special Tactics Squadrons/Groups
47 - Special Operations Wings/Squadrons (SOW/SOS/SOG)
51 - WWMCCS-ADP
52 - WWMCCS Information Systems (WIS)
53 - SOF Communications
54 - Global Command and Control Systems (GCCS)
61 - Financial Operations
76 - Minor Construction (RPM)
78 - Maintenance and Repair (RPM)
79 - Other Special Operations Support Activities
83 - USAF Special Operations School
84 - SOF Language Training
85 - SOF Air Crew Training
86 - Training Development/Training Devices
89 - Counter-Drug - OPTEMPO
91 - Commander's Official Representation Funds
92 - Contingency Funds (Limitation)
93 - MILCON Planning and Design
96 - Base Operations Support: Engineering Services
97 - Force Related Training
98 - SOF Management Headquarters (HQ USSOCOM & Component Commands)
99 - Other Headquarters/Staff Support Activities

6th position: "D" indicates USSOCOM

PROGRAM ELEMENTS

The following are USSOCOM's Program Elements unique to USSOCOM.
(POC is: United States Special Operations Command, ATTN: HQ USSOCOM/SOJ8-CX,
7701 Tampa Point Blvd, MacDill AFB, FL 33621-5323, DSN 968-3073.)

B2411D JCS Directed and Coordinated Exercises (HQ USSOCOM)

Provides HQ USSOCOM the funding for conduct of, or participation in, strategic mobility and major CINC directed exercises with which the JCS are primarily concerned and which are designated JCS directed exercises. Provides funding for conduct of, or participation in, exercises involving forces of more than one unified or specified command or agency which are designated JCS coordinated exercises. Costs normally are related and measurable to the following: Airlift/Sealift of equipment and personnel, transportation of equipment, travel of personnel, expendable supplies (including POL), per diem allowances, and other exercise-related costs. Costs are net expense after consideration of normal or routine costs without the exercise.

Excludes routine exercises and maneuvers as indicated in PE B2412D, Deployment Exercises. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2412D Deployment Exercises (HQ USSOCOM)

Includes HQ USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to Deployment and Training exercises sponsored by CINCSOC, in support of other CINCs, and in support of the Services.

Excludes JCS directed and coordinated exercises, PE B2411D. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2413D Special Operations Commands (SOCs)

Includes manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated cost specifically identified to Special Operations Commands at: SOCCENT, SOCEUR, SOCPAC, SOCSOUTH, SOC Korea, and SOCLANT.

B2415D Combat Development Activities

Includes all Joint and Component manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the development of combat doctrine, organizational concepts, material requirements, and other developmental activities related to Special Operations Forces.

Also includes activities to support experimentation, tests, projects, evaluations necessary to develop and/or validate new doctrine, material and organizations for Special Operations.

Excludes training operations or training developments currently in other program elements as well as Combat Developments funded under the RDT&E appropriation, and SOF Management Headquarters Activities in PEs B5498D. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D. Use of this PE must be approved by HQ USSOCOM/SOJ8-C, DSN 968-4392.

B2416D Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-PACCOM

Includes the funding for the conduct of or participation in joint and/or combined exercises conducted in the PACCOM theater. Costs normally are related and measurable to the following: Airlift/Sealift of equipment and personnel, expendable supplies (including POL), per diem allowances, and other exercise related costs.

B2420D Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-CENTCOM

Includes the funding for the conduct of or participation in joint and/or combined exercises conducted in the CENTCOM theater. Costs normally are related and measurable to the following: Airlift/Sealift of equipment and personnel, expendable supplies (including POL), per diem allowances, and other exercise related costs.

B2421D Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-EUCOM

Includes the funding for the conduct of or participation in joint and/or combined exercises conducted in the EUCOM theater. Costs normally are related and measurable to the following: Airlift/Sealift of equipment and personnel, expendable supplies (including POL), per diem allowances, and other exercise related costs.

B2423D Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-SOUTHCOM

Includes the funding for the conduct of or participation in joint and/or combined exercises conducted in the SOUTHCOM theater. Costs normally are related and measurable to the following: Airlift/Sealift of equipment and personnel, expendable supplies (including POL), per diem allowances, and other exercise related costs.

B2425D Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-LANTCOM

Includes the funding for the conduct of or participation in joint and/or combined exercises conducted in the LANTCOM theater. Costs normally are related and measurable to the following: Airlift/Sealift of equipment and personnel, expendable supplies (including POL), per diem allowances, and other exercise related costs.

B2426D Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)-KOREA

Includes the funding for the conduct of or participation in joint and/or combined exercises conducted in the KOREA theater. Costs normally are related and measurable to the following: Airlift/Sealift of equipment and personnel, expendable supplies (including POL), per diem allowances, and other exercise related costs.

B2438D Counter-Drug Activities

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the detection and monitoring of the transit of illegal drugs into the United States; integration of command, control, communication, and intelligence assets dedicated to the detection of illegal drugs into communication networks; and other drug interdiction operations assigned and/or directed. Includes both direct as well as reimbursable funding of the drug interdiction operations for all active and reserve SOF forces.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2489D Counter-Drug - OPTEMPO

Captures the portion of the DOD SOF OPTEMPO program (flight hours/ship steaming days/ground training) specifically identified and measurable to the support of the Counterdrug program. Only projects approved by the Secretary of Defense and supported by the transfer appropriation will be included.

B2493D SOF MILCON Planning and Design

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations and funding necessary for initial through final planning and design and the architectural and engineering (A&E) effort necessary for SOF unique military construction projects.

Excludes USSOCOM and/or component manpower not solely dedicated to SOF MILCON efforts. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2497D Force Related Training

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the conduct of force-related training - including, but not limited to: NCO Academies, area schools performing SOF related training, and operating costs of aircraft and munitions used in Special Operations transition training.

Excludes JCS Coordinated and Directed Exercises, unit training, and field exercises. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2511D JCS Directed and Coordinated Exercises (Active Air Force)

Provides Active Air Force the funding for conduct of, or participation in, strategic mobility and major CINC directed exercises with which the JCS are primarily concerned and are designated JCS directed exercises. Provides funding for conduct of, or participation in, exercises involving forces of more than one unified or specified command or agency which are designated JCS coordinated exercises. Costs normally are related and measurable to the following: Airlift/Sealift of equipment and personnel, transportation of equipment, travel of personnel, expendable supplies (including POL), per diem allowances, and other exercise-related costs. Costs are net expense after consideration of normal or routine costs without the exercise.

Excludes routine exercises and maneuvers conducted by the individual unified commands or the services, and manpower and associated costs (see PE B2411D and PE B2412D). Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2541D Special Tactics Operations (Active Air Force)

Includes Active Air Force manpower authorization, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities, procurement funding and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to special tactics groups and squadrons and combat control squadrons and detachments. Also includes costs attributable to any necessary SOF para rescue.

Excludes activities in PE B2547D. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2547D SOF Operations (SOW/SOS) (Active Air Force)

Includes Active Air Force manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities, procurement funding and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to Special Operations Wings and Special Operations Squadrons. Includes all specialized and uniquely designated forces with the primary mission of performing special flight operations to include unconventional warfare and those applicable aspects of foreign internal defense and psychological operations.

Excludes activities included in PEC B2541D. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2585D SOF Aircrew Training, Air Force

Includes all SOF Air Force manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, flying hours, aircraft, and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the initial qualification and recurrence training of aircrews to SOF aircraft operations and SOF tactics.

Excludes initial flight training and qualification on both fixed and rotary wing aircraft, which remains an Air Force Service responsibility and is resourced in MFP 8. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2611D JCS Directed and Coordinated Exercises (Air National Guard)

Provides Air National Guard the funding for conduct of, or participation in, strategic mobility and major CINC directed exercises with which the JCS are primarily concern and which are designated JCS directed exercises. Provides funding for conduct of, or participation in, exercises involving forces of more than one unified or specified command or agency which are designated JCS coordinated exercises. Costs normally are related and measurable to the following: Airlift/Sealift of equipment and personnel, transportation of equipment, travel of personnel, expendable supplies (including POL), per diem allowances, and other exercise-related costs. Costs are net expense after consideration of normal or routine costs without the exercise.

Excludes routine exercises and maneuvers conducted by the individual unified commands or the services, and manpower and associated costs (see PE B2411D and PE B2412D). Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2612D Deployment Exercises (Air National Guard)

Includes Air National Guard manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to Deployment and Training exercises sponsored by CINCSOC, in support of other CINCs, and in support of the Services.

Excludes JCS directed and coordinated exercises, PE B2611D. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2647D SOF Operations (SOW/SOG) (Air National Guard)

Includes Air National Guard (ANG) manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to ANG Special Operations Wings and Special Operations Squadrons. Includes all specialized and uniquely designated forces with the primary mission of performing special flight operations to include unconventional warfare and those applicable aspects of foreign internal defense and psychological operations.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2711D JCS Directed and Coordinated Exercises (Air Force Reserve)

Provides Air Force Reserve the funding for conduct of or participation in, strategic mobility and major CINC directed exercises with which the JCS are primarily concerned and which are designated JCS directed exercises. Provides funding for conduct of, or participation in, exercises involving forces of more than one unified or specified command or agency which are designated JCS coordinated exercises. Costs normally are related and measurable to the following: Airlift/Sealift of equipment and personnel, transportation of equipment, travel of personnel, expendable supplies (including POL), per diem allowances, and other exercise-related costs. Costs are net expense after consideration of normal or routine costs without the exercise.

Excludes routine exercises and maneuvers conducted by the individual unified commands or the services, and manpower and associated costs (see PE B2411D and PE B2412D). Excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2712D Deployment Exercises (Air Force Reserve)

Includes Air Force Reserve manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to Deployment and Training exercises sponsored by CINCSOC, in support of other CINCs, and in support of the Services.

Excludes JCS directed and coordinated exercises, PE B2711D. Also excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2741D Special Tactics Operations (Air Force Reserve)

Includes Air Force Reserve (AFRES) manpower authorization, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to AFRES special tactics groups and squadrons and any combat control squadrons and detachments.

Excludes manpower and funding included in PEC B2747D. Also excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B2747D SOF Operations (SOW/SOS) (Air Force Reserve)

Includes Air Force Reserve (AFRES) manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to AFRES Special Operations Wings and Special Operations Squadrons. Includes all specialized and uniquely designated forces with the primary mission of performing special flight operations to include unconventional warfare and those applicable aspects of foreign internal defense and psychological operations.

Excludes manpower and funding in PEC B2741D. Also excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B3431D SOF Intelligence Activities

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations, unique and support equipment, ADP, necessary facilities and the associated cost specifically identified and measurable to support the Intelligence Activities of USSOCOM.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B3432D SOF C2 Activities

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the SOF Command and Control which includes Command Center operations, deployable command, control and communications assets, and automation support.

Excludes the Special Operations Contingency Communications Element (SOCCE) included in PE B3535D. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B3433D Extension of Intelligence Data (SOCRATES)

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the use of the SOCRATES system.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B3439D Intell Telecom and Defense Special Security System

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and associated costs specifically identified and measurable for the Special Intelligence Telecommunications (SPINTCOMM) network, other telecommunications used primarily to transmit special compartmented intelligence and collateral information, and certain sensitive and privacy information to and between intelligence organizations.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B3451D WWMCCS - ADP

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the following: All resources, except R&D, directly associated with ADP support of the World-Wide Military Command and Control System (WWMCCS) as defined in DOD Directive 5100.30. Includes WWMCCS ADP at HQ USSOCOM.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B3452D WWMCCS Information Systems (WIS)

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the following:

All resources, except R&D, directly associated with new ADP support for the World-Wide Military Command and Control System (WWMCCS) as defined in DOD Directive 5100.30. This new ADP support is defined under "Modernization of the WWMCCS Information System (WIS)". Includes USSOCOM HQ.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B3453D SOF Communications

Includes manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the following: nontactical telecommunications networks, services, leases, facility controls, and associated equipment which the Services operate, or have operational responsibility for, and are not identified as DCS in accordance with DOD Directive 5105.19. Includes those functions provided by the Services on a reimbursable basis and recorded by the Services under PEs 0303111A, 0303112F, and 0303113N.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B3454D Global Command & Control System (GCCS)

Includes RDT&E, Procurement, O&M, and Military Personnel costs directly associated with the evolution, growth, maturation, support, operation, and maintenance of the Global Command & Control System (GCCS), and related systems, and facilities. Includes those resources devoted to system engineering and planning, component and subsystem development, integration and testing, test and evaluation, production and production support, installation and training, operations and maintenance, as well as program management of GCCS, and related systems as approved by the Joint Staff.

B3535D Special Operations Contingency Communications Element (SOCCE)

Includes Active Air Force manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities, procurement funding, and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the AFSOC Command and Control System which includes Command Center operations, organic deployable command, control and communications assets, and automation support. Includes requirements of the Special Operations Contingency Communication Element (SOCCE) which provides C4S equipment and personnel in support of deployed AFSOC assets.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B5498D SOF Management Headquarters (USSOCOM)

Includes Headquarters USSOCOM manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to Headquarters USSOCOM.

Excludes WWMCCS ADP support to SOF activities, as well as resources identified under PEC B2493D. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B5598D SOF Management Headquarters (AFSOC)

Includes Active Air Force manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the AFSOC: Air Force Component Command Headquarters of Special Operations Forces.

Excludes WWMCCS ADP support to SOF activities, and PEC B9514D. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B6279D Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR)

Includes costs specifically identified and measurable for small business research and exploration.

B6401D Special Operations Technology Development

Includes civilian and military manpower authorizations and related costs as applicable, and RDT&E funds specifically identified and measurable for research and exploration of alternatives and concepts prior to development of specific SOF weapons and equipment systems. This PE is primarily RDT&E funded. Particular emphasis is placed on influencing other agency technology research to examine SOF issues and on demonstrating applied technology to provide improved SOF capabilities. Funding in the PE will be managed by the Director SOAC at HQ USSOCOM.

B6402D Special Operations Advanced Technology Development

Includes civilian and military manpower authorizations and related costs as applicable, and RDT&E funds specifically identified and measurable to provide for exploration of alternatives and concepts prior to development of specific Special Operations weapons systems and equipment. New technological developments are pursued which are not formally identified to specific operational requirements, but which may have application to the development and modification efforts for use on special operations air, maritime, and land-mobility systems, and all other special operations equipment and systems. This PE is primarily for RDT&E, but could include procurement, O&M, and in some cases, MILCON resources. It includes demonstration and validation of full scale engineering and may include concept exploration. Funding in the PE will be managed by the Director SOAC at HQ USSOCOM.

B6404D Special Operations Tactical Systems Development

Includes civilian and military manpower authorizations and related costs as applicable, and RDT&E funds specifically identified and measurable to provide for advanced engineering, and operational systems development efforts related to special operations tactical equipment. It includes concept exploration as well as demonstration and validation and full scale engineering. This PE is primarily for RDT&E, procurement, and O&M resources, but can include military construction funding for directly applicable projects. Programs and activities in this PE will transition to "other ongoing activities" upon reaching full operational capability (FOC) plus 1 year, or by agreement between Director SOAC and user(s).

B6405D Special Operations Intelligence Systems Development

Includes civilian and military manpower authorizations and related costs as applicable, and RDT&E funds specifically identified and measurable to provide for advanced engineering, and operational systems development efforts related to special operations intelligence equipment. This PE is primarily for RDT&E, procurement, O&M, and in some cases MILCON resources. It includes concept exploration as well as demonstration and validation and full scale engineering. Programs and activities in this PE will transition to "other ongoing activities" upon reaching full operational capability (FOC) plus 1 year, or by agreement between Director SOAC and user(s).

B6407D SOF Medical Technology Development

Includes civilian and military manpower authorizations and related costs as applicable, and RDT&E funds specifically identified and measurable for research and exploration of alternatives and concepts prior to development of specific SOF medical systems. This PE is primarily associated with RDT&E funding. Particular emphasis is placed on influencing other agency technology research to examine SOF medical issues and on demonstrating applied technology to provide improved SOF medical capabilities. Funding in the PE will be managed by the Director SOAC at HQ USSOCOM.

B6408D SOF Operational Enhancements

Includes manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to activities associated with developing and demonstrating technology for application to SOF requirements and acquiring special SOF equipment. Includes resources associated with DOD participation in programs such as NSC/State Department sponsored research and development programs. This PE may contain funds from any or all of the SOF appropriations and includes funding for rapid prototyping.

B6409D Other Force Programs

Includes manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to resources for new or improved operational mission capabilities, operational support requirements, acquiring a new or improved operational force capability, and/or other special operations activities assigned that are directly applicable to existing special operations force structure expansions. Includes acquisition of new or modified weapon and combat support systems. This PE may contain funds from any or all the SOF appropriations and includes funding for rapid prototyping.

B7417D Maintenance Support Activities (Depot Level)

Maintenance Support services include Centralized Programming and Planning Support, Technical and Engineering Services, Maintenance Engineering Planning and Services (including Maintenance Publications), and Engineering Data. These services facilitate support, and perpetuate the maintenance process but do not contribute directly to production operations.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B7418D Depot Maintenance Activities

Depot level maintenance (to include installation of modification/conversion kits) of weapons/support systems and commodity groups equipment associated with the SOF activities.

Includes Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component funds for reimbursement of the industrial funds of each Service for depot maintenance of SOF-unique or SOF-peculiar aircraft and equipment, for financing commercial depot maintenance contracts, and for inter-Service depot maintenance, and manpower, equipment facilities, and associates costs directly measurable to nonindustrial-funded, depot-level maintenance at Service facilities providing maintenance support of SOF-peculiar equipment. (Includes both the Service industrially-funded installations specified in PE 07020070 and the non-industrially funded facilities specified in PE 07022070).

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B7428D Ship Maintenance Activities (Depot Level)

Includes Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component funds for reimbursement for ship maintenance activities at both the industrially-funded Naval shipyards (PE 0702028N) and the manpower authorizations, and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to nonindustrial-funded ship maintenance activities at Navy ship repair facilities (PE 0702228N).

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B8485D SOF Air Crew Training

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the transition training of air crews to SOF aircraft operations and SOF tactics.

Excludes initial flight training and qualification on both fixed and rotary wing aircraft, which remains a Service responsibility and is resourced in MFP-8. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B8486D SOF Training Development/Training Devices

Includes all Headquarters USSOCOM and/or component manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to development of Special Operations Forces training technology and instructional systems. Includes costs of developing resident, nonresident training programs and materials by SOF proponents to meet the needs of the Services in support of SOF activities in the field. Includes initial procurement and development support of demonstrational or test instructional systems or subsystems, unless applicable specifically to a particular type of training, e.g., flight simulators for undergraduate pilot training of each military department such as Army PE 0804741A.

Excludes combat developments activities. Also excludes funding associated with PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B8583D USAF Special Operations School

Includes Active Air Force manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the USAF Special Operations School, which educates American and Allied personnel in geopolitical, psychological and military considerations of Joint Special Operations.

Includes administrative and logistical support of students attending training, operating costs of aircraft used in training, field maintenance, organizational maintenance, and permanent party student authorizations.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D. Also excludes aircraft procurement (investment) costs identified with mission PEs and indirect support aircraft accounted for in base operations PEs of the supporting installation.

B9414D SOF Public Affairs (Limitation) (HQ USSOCOM)

Includes HQ USSOCOM peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified an initiative of the Department of Defense to fulfill its obligation of informing the public within the bounds of security and in accordance with DoD Directive 5230.13 and the statement by the Secretary of Defense on Public Information Principles of March 4, 1969. All functions and activities which are performed primarily for the purpose of contributing to good relations between the Military Departments and Defense Agencies and all segments of the civilian, population at home and abroad to help foster mutual acceptance, respect and cooperation.

Included are the direct costs of personnel primarily engaged in, and products and services directed to, public affairs function both at the initiative of DoD and in response to media and public requests.

Excludes cost of internal information and attendant recruiting and retention programs and management costs, such as security review and administration, and Management Headquarters resources. Excludes PE B9491D.

B9461D Financial Operations

Includes costs associated with accounting and finance services provided by the Defense Finance and Accounting Centers.

B9476D Minor Construction (RPM)

Includes manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the following:

All construction costing less than the statutory maximum amount for a Minor Military Construction project as established by section 2805 of title 10 U.S.C. in support of costs incurred by USSOCOM and its components.

B9478D Maintenance and Repair (RPM)

Includes manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the following:

Maintenance and repair of real property, i.e., utilities, buildings, other facilities, pavements (roads, parking areas, runways, etc.), land, and grounds. Includes, but is not limited to, such things as repair of electrical circuitry, heating and air conditioning, water piping, and routine maintenance work such as caulking, painting, etc., in support of USSOCOM and its components.

B9491D Commander's Official Representation Funds (HQ USSOCOM)

Includes all HQ USSOCOM Operation and Maintenance costs associated with the expenditure of funds in support of officially sanctioned activities which promote the goals of CINCSOC and the DoD. Funding is used to maintain the standing and prestige of the United States by extending official courtesies to guests of the DoD. Guidance is provided in DoD Directive 7250.13.

B9492D Contingencies (Limitation)

Includes costs of emergency and extraordinary expenses arising in USSOCOM to be expended with the approval of the Secretary of Defense. Specifically includes only appropriations for contingencies.

B9496D Base Operations Support

This PE exists to track costs incurred by USSOCOM and its components when the host installation cannot/or will not provide required support. Includes any required reimbursement for peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the following:

Operation of utilities for all real property. Other engineering support, fire protection, custodial services, entomology services, refuse collection and disposal, snow removal and ice alleviation, rental of real property, other installation engineering services. Includes funding for reimbursement of Public Work Centers or host installations for engineering services of Program 11 activities and payments to GSA.

B9499D Other Headquarters Activities

Includes HQ USSOCOM manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the management support activities of the Headquarters which are not directly involved in establishing policy and monitoring the execution of that policy.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

B9514D SOF Public Affairs (Limitation) (Air Force)

Includes Active Air Force peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to Air Force Special Operations Forces (AFSOC) public information and community relations which are further defined as follows:

All functions and activities which are performed primarily for the purpose of providing official information about the Military Departments and Defense Agencies to the public and public media, such as press, radio and television, magazines and books, motion pictures, or other outlets. Public information products are generated in response to requests for information also at the initiative of the Department of Defense to fulfill its obligation of informing the public within the bounds of security and in accordance with DOD Directive 5230.13 and the statement by the Secretary of Defense on Public Information Principles of March 4, 1969.

All functions and activities which are performed primarily for the purpose of contributing to good relations between the Military Departments and Defense Agencies and all segments of the civilian population at home and abroad to help foster mutual acceptance, respect and corporation.

Included are the direct costs of personnel primarily engaged in, and products and services directed to, public affairs functions both at the initiative of DOD and in response to media and public requests.

Excludes cost of internal information and attendant recruiting and retention programs and management costs, such as security review and administration, and Management Headquarters resources. Excludes PE B9491D.

B9591D Commander's Official Representation Funds (Air Force)

Includes only operation and maintenance funding for all Active Air Force costs associated with the expenditure of funds in support of officially sanctioned activities which promote the goals of CINCSOC and the DOD. Funding is used to maintain the standing and prestige of the United States by extending official courtesies to guests of the DOD. Guidance is provided in DOD Directive 7250.13.

B9599D Other Headquarters Activities (Air Force)

Includes Active Air Force manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to the management support activities of the AFSOC Headquarters which are not directly involved in establishing policy and monitoring the execution of that policy.

Excludes PEs B6401D, B6402D, B6404D, B6405D, B6407D, B6408D and B6409D.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.6032 2P SECTION SIX SCHOOLS PROGRAM - AIR FORCE O&M

This appropriation provides funding authority from DoD to operate Section Six Schools.
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.6042 CB FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM

This appropriation provides funding for the Family Advocacy Program.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.6082 2S O&M DEFENSE AGENCIES TRANSITION ASSISTANCE

This appropriation is a suballocation of funds to the Air Force that provides funding for the Transition Assistance program.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760100.6092 2T O&M DEFENSE AGENCIES RELOCATION ASSISTANCE

This appropriation is a suballocation of funds to the Air Force that provides funding for the Relocation Assistance program.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
970/50103.1102 20 DoD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT, ACCOUNT, PART I (BRAC 88)
971/50103.1102
972/50103.1102
973/50103.1102

This account is authorized only for those recommendations of the 1988 Base Closure Commission not amended by the 1991 Base Closure Commission. Financing may come from appropriations, transfers in appropriation acts, and proceeds from the sale of assets made available from Base Realignments and Closures.

Program
100 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION

This program provides for construction necessary for deactivation of active installations as a result of Base Realignments and Closures.

Projects

110 Construction

120 Planning and Design

Program
200 MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING

This program provides for construction necessary for deactivation of active Air Force housing as a result of Base Realignment and Closures.

Projects

210 Construction

220 Planning and Design

230 Operations

231 Operations--Civilian Pay

240 Improvements

Program
300 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

This program provides for expenses necessary for the operation, maintenance, and administration required to deactivate active programs as a result of Base Realignment and Closures.

Projects

310 Civilian Severance Pay

311 Civilian Unemployment Compensation

320 Civilian PCS

330 Transportation of Things

340 Real Property Maintenance (RPM)

341 RPM--Civilian Pay

342 RPM--Travel

343 RPM--Communications

344 RPM--Utilities and Rents

345 RPM--Purchased Equipment Maintenance

346 RPM--Other Purchased Services

347 RPM--Supplies

348 RPM--Equipment

349 RPM--Minor Construction Projects

350 Program Management - Other

351 Civilian Pay

352 Travel

353 Communications

354 Utilities and Rents

355 Purchased Equipment Maintenance

356 Other Purchased Services

357 Supplies

358 Equipment

360 Program Management - Air Force Base Conversion Agency

361 PM--Civilian Pay

362 PM--Travel

363 PM--Communications

364 PM--Utilities and Rents

365 PM--Purchased Equipment Maintenance

366 PM--Other Purchased Service

367 PM--Supplies

368 PM--Equipment

369 Caretaker Costs

370 Environmental Analysis Process (EIA) (Not valid after FY96)

371 EIA--Civilian Personnel

372 EIA--Training & TDY

373 EIA--Supplies

374 EIA--Equipment

375 EIA--Contract Services--Closure Bases

376 EIA--Contract Services--Realignment Bases

Program
400 MILITARY PERSONNEL

This program provides for PCS moves of officers and enlisted members as a result of Base Realignment and Closures.

476 Officer - PCS Operational Move

486 Enlisted - PCS Operational Move

The fund codes for Nontemporary Storage should be the same as the project listing above.

Note 1. These projects equate to personnel PCS travel cost identifier "T" found in AFR 700-20, Air Force Data Dictionary, and found in DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-103, attachment 6, Travel Transactions At Base Level. Each of these regulations is being updated to specify that "T" moves involve no transoceanic travel.

Note 2. Subproject fields identifying the type of entitlement are not acceptable with this account.

Program
500 PROCUREMENT TYPE ITEMS

This program provides for procurement of items necessary to deactivate active installations as a result of Base Realignment and Closures.

Project
510 BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT

Program
600 ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE

This program provides for expenses necessary for Environmental Compliance (EC), funded from the Base Realignment and Closure appropriation for affected bases.

Project

610 EC-Overhead (ECOH)

611 EC-ECOH-Civilian Personnel

612 EC-ECOH-Training & TDY

613 EC-ECOH-Supplies

614 EC-ECOH-Equipment

620 EC-Air Quality

630 EC-Water and Waste Water

640 EC-Solid and Hazardous Waste

650 EC-Petroleum, Oil and Lubricants (POL) and Underground Storage Tanks (USTS)

660 EC-Asbestos, Radon and Polychlorinated Biphenyl's (PCBS)

670 EC-Natural, Historical and Cultural Resources

680 EC-Other

690 Environmental Impact Statements (EIS)/Environmental Baseline Surveys (EBS)

Program
700 INSTALLATION RESTORATION PROGRAM

This program provides for expenses necessary for installation restoration (IR), funded from the Base Realignment and Closure Appropriation for affected bases.

Projects

710 IR-Overhead

711 IR-Civilian Personnel

712 IR-Training & TDY

713 IR-Supplies

714 IR-Equipment

720 IR-Installation Restoration

721 IR-Preliminary Assessment/Site Inspection

722 IR-Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study

723 IR-Remedial Design

724 IR-Remedial Action

725 IR-Remedial Operations

726 IR-State Oversight Costs

Program
800 AIR FORCE RESERVE PERSONNEL EXPENSES

This program provides visibility into Air Force Reserve personnel costs that are driven by base closure.

Project
810 Pay

820 Travel and Allowances

NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC 88 Bases are:

AO CHANUTE AFB
BB GEORGE AFB
CA MATHER AFB
CL NORTON AFB
CQ PEASE AFB
HQ PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

Fund
Appropriation Code Description

976/70130.1853 CA DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM, REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

976/70130.1863 2E DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM (AF). RDT&E

976/70130.1873 2F DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM (AF), PROCUREMENT

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 HQ USAF 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 DBOF-T 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 Description
976/70131.0200 ZW REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE (AF)

This appropriation finances specific real property maintenance projects with the Air Force.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/70131.0201 ZX REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE (AFR)

This appropriation finances specific real property maintenance projects with the Air Force Reserves.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/70131.0202 ZY REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE (ANG)

This appropriation finances specific real property maintenance projects with the Air National Guard.
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/70131.5602 G6 REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE, SOF

This appropriation provides funding authority for minor construction or maintenance and repair within the Special Operation Forces program.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description

976/70131.6032 J1 REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, SECTION SIX SCHOOLS

This two-year appropriation provides funding authority for real property maintenance at the Section 6 schools.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X0132.1102 2Z MT. PINATUBO DISASTER RELIEF FUND, DISASTER RELIEF

This appropriation provides funding for disaster relief activities for the following activities.

PROJECT SUBPROJECT

P20 01 2V (1 Year) Claims
P20 02 2V (1 year) Relocation
Fund
Appropriation Code Description

975/70300.0200 5D PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE AGENCIES

This appropriation provides funding authority for procurement.
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/80300.1202 YU PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE AGENCIES-JCS

This appropriation provides funding authority from the Procurement, Defense Agencies appropriation in support of the Organization of the Joint Chief of Staff for CINC C2 Initiatives.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/80300.1402 2L AQCESS

This appropriation supports AQCESS at Air Force installations.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/80300.2002 2K PROCUREMENT

This appropriation is a suballocation to the Air Force to provide funding for Electronic Warfare Equipment and MILSTAR. Electronic Warfare Equipment funds will be issued to project P1006. Air Force MILSTAR funds will be issued to project P1007.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/80300.2902 2H CORPORATE INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

This appropriation is a suballocation to the Air Force to provide funding for the Corporate Information Management.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/80300.5602 G3 PROCUREMENT, U.S. SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

This appropriation is a suballocation from HQ USSOCOM to the Air Force and provides for the modification of Special Operations Forces (SOF) aircraft weapon systems and the procurement of investment items in support of SOF programs. Following the fund code, USSOCOM's coding mimics Air Force coding (except for BPACs and MPCs), i.e., USSOCOM will use the existing Air Force codes (OBANs, EEICs, RCCCs, DSNs, etc.) and field size to collect cost data.

The following are USSOCOM's Budget Program Activity Codes (BPACs) which are unique to USSOCOM and are similar to, but not identical to, AF's BPACs. USSOCOM uses the BPAC to equate to a specific P-1 line item, which was submitted in USSOCOM's budget submission and approved by the Congress. For a copy of USSOCOM's sub P-1 lines, reference USSOCOM's Material Program Code (MPC) listing (POC is: United States Special Operations Command, ATTN: HQ USSOCOM/SOJ8-CX, 7701 Tampa Point Blvd, MacDill AFB, FL 33621-5323, DSN 968-3073).

Budget Program Title

10**** AIRCRAFT WEAPON SYSTEM

The Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) will be completed by substituting the applicable Systems Management Code for the ****.

This program provides for fabricating and procuring complete USSOCOM aircraft (such as the AC-130U Gunship, MC-130H Combat Talon II, HH-53, MH-47, MH-60, etc.) including costs associated with:

(1) flyaway costs.
(2) advanced procurement.
(3) peculiar aerospace ground support equipment.
(4) training devices.
(5) technical data and handbooks procured with end item.
(6) product improvement aircraft structural integrity in accordance with this directive.
(7) predelivery fuel.
(8) other cost identifiable to: airframes, engines (and accessories), armament, avionics, CFE and GFE, ECO, interim contractor support, and flight testing and related expenses such as service reports and spares.

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.

11**** MODIFICATIONS

The Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) will be completed by substituting the applicable Systems Management Code for the ****.

This program provides for modification of USSOCOM aircraft to include the following:

(1) Modification of aircraft common and peculiar ground support equipment, simulator and training equipment (aircraft), technical data and handbooks, in-inventory components, depot plant investment equipment items, spares and other required components.

(2) Procurement of group A and group B modification kits, engineering data support equipment for depot and O & I level requirements, software, and fuel used for predelivery test of trial installations.

Program also funds for the concurrent replacement of equipment taken from stock; cost of updating changes to retrofit previously delivered aircraft and related equipment; installation of modification kits; and for certain engineering services to be reviewed on a case by case basis. Send request for reviews to HQ USSOCOM/SOJ8-C, MacDill AFB, Fl 33621.

114600 SOF TRAINING SYSTEMS

This program provides for the procurement of ground based trainers to support initial training. Included in this BPAC is the AC-130U Gunship Aircrew/Maintenance Training System (GA/MTS), the Air Refueling Part Task Training (ARPTT), and the Satellite SOFPREP Data Base Generation System (DBGS).

12SOFS AIRCRAFT SUPPORT

This program provides for the procurement of SOF peculiar ground and support equipment to include both initial, modification and/or replacement; procurement of flight simulators and other training devices; investment type replenishment spares; initial readiness spares packages (RSP) to support peacetime readiness training and wartime sustainability; Interim Contractor Support (ICS) costs; procurement and modification of group B hardware that is form, but not function to the aircraft; and establishment of depots to provide in-house support of SOF systems.

194192 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS

This program provides for procurement of other items for USSOCOM's compartmented programs.

81**** MUNITIONS & ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT

The Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) will be completed by substituting the applicable Systems Management Code for the ****.

This program provides for munitions and associated equipment for USSOCOM and its components. It procures such items as: ammunition (25mm/40mm/105mm) fuzes, government furnished material, quality assurance, acceptance testing, production engineering, production support such as quality assurance and interim transportation, and conventional ammunition working capital fund support.

823500 MARK V SPECIAL OPERATIONS CRAFT

This program provides for the procurement of the MARK V and associated support equipment.

8239DD SPECIAL WARFARE EQUIPMENT

This program provides for procurement of equipment for USSOCOM's Navy SEALS (i.e., high speed boats).

826410 MARITIME EQUIPMENT MODIFICATIONS

This program provides for the procurement of necessary equipment to enable the Naval Special Warfare Command to meet specific requirements for the execution of special Operations and fleet support missions as the Naval Component of the U.S. Special Operations Command.

83**** SOF COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT

The Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) will be completed by substituting the applicable Systems Management Code for the ****.

This program provides for procuring equipment for USSOCOM and its components such as: direct cytologic, electronics, telecommunications, spares and repair parts, and modifications of communications/electronic equipment. It includes equipment for USSOCOM programs such as: SOFNET, LAN, SOFTEC, SOFLAM, C3 improvements, SOTVS, SOHFRMS, SOPS, SORFMS, and SORAK.

832010 SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS

This program provides for the procurement of equipment to support intelligence requirements for USSOCOM, it's components and theater SOCs.

834000 PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS (PSYOPS)

This program provides for the procurement of equipment to support psychological warfare requirements for USSOCOM, it's components and theater SOCs. Equipment under this program includes; SOMS-A, SOMS-B, POAs and other items.

838010 RADIO FREQUENCY MOBILE ELECTRONIC TEST SET (RFMETS)

This program provides for the procurement of equipment to support a three part program to provide a SOF common mobile intermediate level tester for critical avionics of the AC-130U and MC-130H aircraft.

84**** MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT

The Budget Program Activity Code (BPAC) will be completed by substituting the applicable Systems Management Code for the ****.

This program provides for the procurement of miscellaneous equipment items that support USSOCOM and Component managed investment programs.

844620 SOFPARS

This program provides for the procurement of a family of hardware, software, peripherals, product testing, spares, contractor maintenance support, support equipment, horizontal interface to information processors, program management functional support, and external integration to include aircraft/weapons/electronics.

846550 DRUG INTERDICTION (COUNTER-DRUG)

This program provides for the procurement of equipment used to detect and monitor the transit of illegal drug into the United States.

847000 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS

This program provides for the procurement of aircraft initial spares and repair parts, and procurement of maritime equipment spare parts to support engineering improvements. This BPAC consolidates all SOF spares and repair parts funding into a single procurement line item.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description

976/80300.6032 2D SECTION SIX SCHOOLS PROGRAM - AF PROCUREMENT

This appropriation provides funding authority from DoD to operate Section Six Schools.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/80350.0201 YR 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.

R***** BUDGET PROGRAM
HQ USAF/REC specifies on the appropriate funding document the six-character budget program activity code (BPAC). Fund
Appropriation Code Description

976/80350.0202 YG 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.

N***** BUDGET PROGRAM

The National Guard Bureau (NGB/ACOB) specifies the six-character budget program activity code (BPAC) on the appropriate funding document . Use the following BPAC for the FY 1996 appropriations act line items (subject to change after passage of the FY 96 DOD appropriations Act):

NM**** MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT.

NC 130 H Aircraft (C-130 H)

NC F15 M F15 A/B MSIP

NC F16 H F16 Survivability Program

NC SPES C130 Modifications

NC 16 SP F15/16 Support Equipment

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X0360.1102 D5 DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES (SUBALLOCATED TO DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE)

This appropriation provides for:
(1) Loan guarantees for expansion of capacity;
(2) development of a technological process;
(3) production material;
(4) purchases of metals, minerals or other materials essential to the national defense. Currently, this suballocation provides for purchase commitments specified by the Defense Production Act.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/70400.0200 5E RDT&E, Defense Agencies

This appropriation provides funding authority for RDT&E.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/70400.1102 5K RDT&E DEFENSE AGENCIES

This appropriation is a suballocation to the Air Force to provide funding for certain OSD programs. Examples include Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS), Joint Tactical Information Defense System (JTIDS), Joint Advance System (JAS), and University Research Initiatives (URI).

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97*0400.1187 59 RDT&E, DEFENSE TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT ACTIVITY (DTESA)

This appropriation provides for salaries, travel, training, administrative expenses, contracts, and facility expenses.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/70400.25FF YL STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVES, RDT&E (SUBALLOCATION TO THE AIR FORCE)

This account provides a portion of the funds allocated by the Strategic Defense Initiatives Office (SDIO) to the Air Force. Washington Headquarters Services allocates funds for support of the Strategic Defense Initiatives Programs. The Program Element amounts represent an absolute restriction in this account.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/70400.5602 G4 RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, EVALUATION (RDT&E), U.S. SPECIAL
OPERATIONS COMMAND

This appropriation is a suballocation from HQ USSOCOM to the Air Force and provides for the research, development, test and evaluation of USSOCOM's RDT&E projects. Following the fund code, USSOCOM's coding mimics Air Force coding (except for Program Elements (PEs) and Budget Activity Program Codes (BPACs)), i.e., USSOCOM will use the existing Air Force codes (OBANs, EEICs, RCCCs, DSNs, etc.) and field size to collect cost data. The following are USSOCOM's PEs and BPACs which are unique to USSOCOM and are similar to, but not identical to, AF's codes. USSOCOM uses the PE to equate to a specific R-1 line item and the BPAC to equate to a specific RDT&E project submitted in USSOCOM's budget submission and approved by the Congress. POC is: United States Special Operations Command, ATTN: HQ USSOCOM/SOJ8-CX, 7701 Tampa Point Blvd, MacDill AFB, FL 33621-5323, DSN 968-3073.

PROGRAM
ELEMENT DESCRIPTION

B6279D Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR)

Includes costs specifically identified and measurable for small business research and exploration.

B6401D Special Operations Technology Development

Includes civilian and military manpower authorizations and related costs as applicable, and RDT&E funds specifically identified and measurable for research and exploration of alternatives and concepts prior to development of specific SOF weapons and equipment systems. This PE is primarily associated with RDT&E funding. Particular emphasis is placed on influencing other agency technology research to examine SOF issues and on demonstrating applied technology to provide improved SOF capabilities. Funding in the PE will be managed by the Director SOAC at HQ USSOCOM.

B6402D Special Operations Advanced Technology Development

Includes civilian and military manpower authorizations and related costs as applicable, and RDT&E funds specifically identified and measurable to provide for exploration of alternatives and concepts prior to development of specific Special Operations weapons systems and equipment. New technological developments are pursued which are not formally identified to specific operational requirements, but which may have application to the development and modification efforts for use on special operations air, maritime, and land-mobility systems, and all other special operations equipment and systems. This PE is primarily for RDT&E, but could include procurement, O&M, and in some cases, MILCON resources. It includes demonstration and validation of full scale engineering and may include concept exploration. Funding in the PE will be managed by the Director of SOAC at HQ USSOCOM.

B6404D Special Operations Tactical Systems Development

Includes civilian and military manpower authorizations and related costs as applicable, and RDT&E funds specifically identified and measurable to provide for advanced engineering, and operational systems development efforts related to special operations tactical equipment. It includes nonrecurring engineering for SOF aircraft modification programs and concept exploration as well as demonstration and validation and full scale engineering. This PE is primarily for RDT&E, procurement, and O&M resources, but can include military construction funding for directly applicable projects. Programs and activities in this PE will transition to "other ongoing activities" upon reaching full operational capability (FOC) plus 1 year, or by agreement between Director SOAC and user(s).

B6405D Special Operations Intelligence Systems Development

Includes civilian and military manpower authorizations and related costs as applicable, and RDT&E funds identified to provide for advanced engineering, and operational systems development efforts related to special operations intelligence
equipment. This PE is primarily for RDT&E, procurement, O&M, and in some cases MILCON resources. It includes concept exploration as well as demonstration and validation and full scale engineering. Programs and activities in this PE will transition to "other ongoing activities" upon reaching full operational capability (FOC) plus 1 year, or by agreement between Director SOAC and user(s).

B6407D SOF Medical Technology Development

Includes civilian and military manpower authorizations and related costs as applicable, and RDT&E funds specifically
identified and measurable for research and exploration of alternatives and concepts prior to development of specific SOF medical systems. This PE is primarily associated with RDT&E funding. Particular emphasis is placed on influencing other agency technology research to examine SOF medical issues and on demonstrating applied technology to provide improved SOF medical capabilities. Funding in the PE will be managed by the Director SOAC at HQ USSOCOM.

B6408D SOF Operational Enhancements

Includes manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to activities associated with developing and demonstrating technology for application to SOF requirements and acquiring special SOF equipment. Includes resources associated with DOD participation in programs such as NSC/State Department sponsored research and development programs. This PE may contain funds from any or all of the SOF appropriations and includes funding for rapid prototyping.

B6409D Other Force Programs

Includes manpower authorizations, peculiar and support equipment, necessary facilities and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to resources for new or improved operational mission capabilities, operational support requirements, acquiring a new or improved operational force capability, and/or other special operations activities assigned that are directly applicable to existing special operations force structure expansions. Includes acquisition of new or modified weapon and combat support systems. This PE may contain funds from any or all of the SOF appropriations and includes funding for rapid prototyping.

PROGRAM
ELEMENT PROJECT/BPAC DESCRIPTION

B6279D SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATIVE RESEARCH
60S050 SOF Technology Development

B6401D SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
61S100 SOF Technology Development

B6402D SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY
DEVELOPMENT
62P204 EOD-LIC
62P205 SO/LIC Studies
62S200 Special Operations Special Tech (SOST)

B6404D SPECIAL OPERATIONS TACTICAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
64DE14 Joint Special Operations Radio System (JASORS)
64D476 Psychological Operations (PSYOPS)
64D615 SOF Aviation
64F100 Aviation Systems Advanced Dev
64F200 CV-22 SOF Osprey
640416 SEAL Weapon Systems (FY92, FY93)
640417 Underwater Systems Advanced Dev
641684 SOF Surface Craft Advanced Dev
643284 SOF Aircraft Defensive Systems
643326 AC-130U
643642 Aircrew Training Systems (ATS)
64S350 SOF Planning and Rehearsal System (SOFPARS)
64S375 Weapons Systems Advanced Dev
64S600 Future SOF Aircraft
64S625 SOF Training Systems
64S650 Quiet Knight
64S675 Sustainment Engineering support
64S700 Communications Advanced Development
64S800 Munitions Advanced Development
64S900 Misc. Equipment Advanced Development

B6405D SPECIAL OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
65S400 SOF Intelligence R&D

B6407D SPECIAL OPERATIONS MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
67S275 SOF Medical Technology R&D

B6408D SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS

68S500A Operational Enhancements

B6409D NONE OTHER FORCE PROGRAMS

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/70450.1102 5P TEST & EVALUATION - NATO

This appropriation is a suballocation to the Air Force to provide funding for test and evaluation projects as approved by OSD.
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/00500.0200 84 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 Description
976/00500.1202 YW 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
976/00500.1402 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

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/00500.2502 YT MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVES OFFICE (SDIO)
(SUBALLOCATION TO THE AIR FORCE)

This account provides major construction funds to finance the SDIO construction project (facility modification and installation of a continuous wave laser at the Laser Hardened Materials Evaluation Laboratory at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.)

Program

610 Major Construction

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/00500.5602 G5 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, US SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

This appropriation is a suballocation from HQ USSOCOM to the Air Force and provides for planning and design, minor and major construction projects. Normally, USSOCOM will acquire all its minor and major construction projects from the Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) or the Navy Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFACENGCOM). Should funding be suballocated to the Air Force for construction projects, codes will be established on an individual basis. However, some planning and design may be obtained through Air Force channels. Applicable Program Element (PE) is: B2493D, SOF MILCON Planning and Design.

NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC-91 Bases are:

AH BERSTROM 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

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.11A2 HY DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91) FY 95 Only

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC-91 Bases are:

AH BERSTROM 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

Fund
Appropriation Code Description

97X0510.11B2 H7 DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91) FY96 Only

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.1632 5F DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93) FY 94

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

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
CF McGUIRE
BF LETTERKENNEY (TMM Move Cost Only)

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.16A2 HZ DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93) FY 95

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

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
CF McGUIRE
BF LETTERKENNEY (TMM Move Cost Only)

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.16B2 HD DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93) FY 96 Only

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.40B2 HP DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95) FY 96

This 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 Base Realignment and Closures.

Note: The BAANs for BRAC-95 Bases are:

PP Bergstrom
AV Eglin (EMTE)
BD Grand Forks
BJ Kelly (Depot only)
BY Malmstrom
CD McClellan
CG Ontario
HF Onizuka
PB REDCAP, NY
CS Reese
EF Roslyn
PD Hill (UTTR)
D3 Griffiss Redirect
E2 Lowry Redirect
F3 Homestead Redirect
G3 O'Hare Redircet
PM5 Pgm Mgmt

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760800.0200 78 SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY PROGRAM, DEFENSE (ALLOCATION TO
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE)

Funds allocated under this program are available only for the purchase from the Treasury of the excess foreign currencies necessary to liquidate obligations incurred in implementing approved undertakings.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97*0819.0200 YX HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This appropriation provides for transportation for humanitarian relief for refugees of Afghanistan and other designated countries.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/70828.1102 K6 ECONOMIC GROWTH PROGRAM

This appropriation is a suballocation to the Air Force to provide funding for the Defense Reinvestment for Economic Growth Program established in Title VIII of P.L. 102-396. This account is for the implementation of the Civilian Transition Initiatives program. The funds are to be used only for the resignation, early retirement, and retirement incentives to civilian employees in targeted occupations, grades, and locations throughout the DoD and are not to be used to pay for the costs of administering the program.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description

97*4930.0000 DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATIONS FUND (DBOF)

Officially established in FY 92, the DBOF is an expansion of the revolving fund concept to a larger number of Defense Support functions. DBOF 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.

SUPPLY MANAGEMENT BUSINESS AREA:

INVENTORY CONTROL POINT -- WHOLESALE

REPARABLE SUPPORT DIVISION (RSD)

Fund
Code:

.FC04 64

Accounts for purchase and depot-level repair of Air Force managed reparable weapon system components.

SYSTEMS SUPPORT DIVISION (SSD)

Fund
Code:

.FCOH 6H

This division procures nondepot reparable items through the Air Force depot system primarily in support of Air Force systems. Sales are also made to other customers such as other services and FMS. It procures both peacetime and wartime inventory. All items are price stabilized for each execution year.

COST OF OPERATIONS DIVISION (COD)

Fund
Code:

.FBOA 6A

Accounts for operating cost of supply depots, inventory control points, and retail supply activities, including related external support costs (e.g., comptroller, transportation, information processing center, etc.).

INVENTORY CONTROL POINT -- RETAIL

GENERAL SUPPORT DIVISION

Fund
Code:

.FCOC 6C

This division acquires and manages peacetime and wartime inventory from sources other than the Air Force depot system. USAF management data list identifies these items or item records by a budget code nine.

FUELS

Fund
Code:

.FC01 61

This division provides worldwide fuels support to the Air Force for both peacetime and war reserve requirements. Its categories are Aviation, Ground, and Missile Fuel.

MEDICAL-DENTAL

Fund
Code:

.FCOB 6B

This division provides the supplies and low cost equipment support necessary to maintain peacetime and wartime health care for the USAF.

ACADEMY CADET STORE

Fund

Code:
.FC03 63

This division manages, finances, and controls uniforms and uniform accessories procured for subsequent resale to cadets.

TROOP SUPPORT DIVISION

Fund

Code:
.FC0T 6T

This division provides worldwide subsistence support to the Air Force for both peacetime and war reserve requirements.

DEPOT MAINTENANCE BUSINESS AREA:

DEPOT MAINTENANCE

Fund

Code:
.FA20 6E

This program provides for:
(1) overhaul, conversion, progressive maintenance, modernization, interim rework, modification, and repair of aircraft, missiles, target drones, engines' accessories, components, and equipment;
(2) the manufacture of parts and assemblies required to support the above;
(3) the furnishing of other authorized services or products for the Department of Air Force and other agencies of the DoD.

TRANSPORTATION BUSINESS AREA:

DBOF-T

(A portion of this account is under USTRANSCOM - definition has not yet been determined at the time of printing)

Fund
Code:

.FD10 6G

The Air Mobility Command (AMC) provides support for service unique, strategic, and theater airlift requirements. AMC was removed from DBOF beginning FY 1995.
BASE SUPPORT BUSINESS AREA:

Fund
Code:
.FE20 67

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 DBOF beginning FY 1995.

INFORMATION SERVICES BUSINESS AREA:

Fund
Code:
.FF10

This division provides the development and operational sustainment of automated information and communications systems.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97*4965.2002 5N 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 reimbursable basis to respond to natural or manmade disasters.
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X5188.57 K1 REVENUE FROM TRANSFER OR DISPOSAL OF DOD REAL PROPERTY

This no-year appropriation deals with revenues collected in accordance with Public Law 101-510, Section 2805.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X5189.57 K2 REVENUE FROM LEASING OUT DOD ASSETS

This no-year appropriation deals with revenues collected in accordance with Public Law 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.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8097.02 MR DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - AIR FORCE PAYEES)

This account provides for the portion of the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-CL-DAO) for the pay of Air Force survivor benefit entitlements. Only DFAS-DE uses this account. Fiscal year indicators are in the appropriation symbol for DoD internal accounts and reports. An "X" will be shown in the appropriation symbol for reports and data submitted to external DoD report recipients.

Programs

910 Nondisability Retired List.

920 Temporary Disability Retired List.

930 Permanent Disability Retired List.

940 Survivor's Benefit.

950 Undistributed Balance.

960 Reimbursement of Bank Charges.

970 Court of Military Appeals--Retired Judges

NOTE: For 97X8097 use CY in place of X if it contains data for current year entitlement expenditures.

For 97X8097 use PY in place of X if it contains data for prior year entitlement expenditures from inception of the account, 1985, though one year prior to current year.

Although this is an X year account, program year accounting is required for the current fiscal year and one prior (which contains all prior years). Charge expenditures to the fiscal year in which entitlement was accrued or earned.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8097.A4 XN DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - NAVY PAYEES)

This account provides for the portion of the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-CL-DAO) for the pay of Navy survivor benefit entitlements. Only DFAS-DE uses this account. Fiscal year indicators will be reflected in the appropriation symbol for internal DoD accounts and reports. Show an "X" in the appropriation symbol for reports and data submitted to external DoD report recipients.

Programs

910 Nondisability Retired List.

920 Temporary Disability Retired List.

930 Permanent Disability Retired List.

940 Survivor's Benefit.

950 Undistributed Balance.

960 Reimbursement of Bank Charges.

NOTE: For 97X8097 use CY in place of X if it contains data for current year entitlement expenditures.

For 97X8097 use PY in place of X if it contains data for prior year entitlement expenditures from inception of the account, 1985, though one year prior to current year.

Although this is an X year account, program year accounting is required for the current fiscal year and one prior (which contains all prior years). Charge expenditures to the fiscal year in which entitlement was accrued or earned.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8097.A5 XM DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - MARINE CORPS PAYEES)

This account provides for the portion of the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-CL-DAO) for the pay of Marine Corps survivor benefit entitlements. Only DFAS-DE uses this account. Fiscal year indicators are in the appropriation symbol for internal DoD accounts and reports. An "X" will be reflected in the appropriation symbol for reports and data submitted to external DoD report recipients.

Programs

910 Nondisability Retired List.

920 Temporary Disability Retired List.

930 Permanent Disability Retired List.

940 Survivor's Benefit.

950 Undistributed Balance.

960 Reimbursement of Bank Charges.

NOTE: For 97X8097 use CY in place of X if it contains data for current year entitlement expenditures.

For 97X8097 use PY in place of X if it contains data for prior year entitlement expenditures from inception of the account, 1985, though one year prior to current year.

Although this is an X year account, program year accounting is required for the current fiscal year and one prior (which contains all prior years). Charge expenditures to the fiscal year in which entitlement was accrued or earned.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8097.A1 XA DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - ARMY PAYEES)

This account provides for the portion of the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-CL-DAO) for the pay of Marine Corps survivor benefit entitlements. Only DFAS-DE uses this account. Fiscal year indicators will be reflected in the appropriation symbol for internal DoD accounts and reports. An "X" will be reflected in the appropriation symbol for reports and data submitted to external DoD report recipients.

Programs

910 Nondisability Retired List.

920 Temporary Disability Retired List.

930 Permanent Disability Retired List.

940 Survivor's Benefit.

950 Undistributed Balance.

960 Reimbursement of Bank Charges.

NOTE: For 97X8097 use CY in place of X if it contains data for current year entitlement expenditures.

For 97X8097 use PY in place of X if it contains data for prior year entitlement expenditures from inception of the account, 1985, though one year prior to current year.

Although this is an X year account, program year accounting is required for the current fiscal year and one prior (which contains all prior years). Charge expenditures to the fiscal year in which entitlement was accrued or earned.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8335.10A1 K3 DOD VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE (VSI) FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - ARMY -BENEFICIARY
PAYEES)

The account provides for the portion of the DoD VSI Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-DAO-CL) for Army VSI beneficiary payments. Only DFAS-DE uses this account.

Programs
P10340 Officer

P11340 Enlisted

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8335.10A2 J7 DOD VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE (VSI) FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - AIR FORCE -
BENEFICIARY PAYEES)

The account provides for the portion of the DoD VSI Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-DAO-CL) for Air Force VSI beneficiary payments. Only DFAS-DE uses this account.

Programs
P51701 Officer

P53701 Enlisted

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8335.10A4 K4 DOD VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE (VSI) FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - NAVY - BENEFICIARY
PAYEES)

The account provides for the portion of the DoD VSI Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-DAO-CL) for Navy VSI beneficiary payments. Only DFAS-DE uses this account.

Programs
P22010 Officer

P22020 Enlisted

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8335.10A5 K5 DOD VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE (VSI) FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - MARINE CORPS -
BENEFICIARY PAYEES)

The account provides for the portion of the DoD VSI Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-DAO-CL) for Marine Corps VSI beneficiary payments. Only DFAS-DE uses this account.

Programs
P27010 Officer

P27020 Enlisted

HChapter 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 65-601, volume 1, and DFAS-DE (AFR177-16.)

3.2. Centrally Managed Operating Budget Authorities and Allotments:

DescriptionAppropriation OAC ADSN OPR

Approved by SAF/FM:

Aviation Fuels, AFRES 57*3740 62 380100 HQ USAF/RECA
Foreign Currency
Fluctuation, Defense 57*3400 34 380003 SAF/FMBOI
Foreign Currency
Fluctuation Construction,
Defense 57*3300 34 380003 SAF/FMBIC
57*7040 34 380003 SAF/FMBIC
57*7045 34 380003 SAF/FMBIC

MILPERS Appropriation,
AF 57*3500 48 503725 SAF/FMBOP
Subsistence-in-Kind
Program 57*3400 48 503725 SAF/FMBOP
First and Second Destination
Transportation, AFMC 57*3400 47 503000 HQ AFMC/FMBOT

Unapproved:

Defense Health Program
(AF) Foreign Currency
Fluctuations, Defense
TDY-to-Schools 57*3400 64 525002 HQ AETC/FMF

Discontinued:

Aviation Fuels, NGB 57*3840 41 380100 NGB/FMBO
First Destination
Transportation, AFMC 57*3080 47 503000 HQ AFMC/LGSH
First Destination
Transportation, AFMC 57*3600 47 595600 HQ AFMC/LGSH
Second Destination
Transportation, AFMC 57*3840 41 503000 HQ AFMC/FMBOT
Defense Health Program
(AF) Medical Care, AF 97*0130.1893 43 503700 HQ USAF/SGHC
Defense Health Program
FY 92 9720100.1502 43 503700 HQ USAF/SGHC

ROBERT F. HALE
The Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for
Financial Management and Comptroller

GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES, ABBREVIATIONS, ACRONYMS, AND TERMS

References
AFPD 65-6, Budget
AFI 21-110, Engineering and Technical Services
AFI 31-205, Corrections Program
AFI 34-501, Mortuary Affairs Program
AFI 36-2110, Assignments
AFI 36-2606, Reenlistment in the United States Air Force
AFI 36-2911, Desertion and Unauthorized Absence
AFI 51-601, Gifts to the Department of the Air Force
AFI 65-601, Volume 1, US Air Force Budget Guidance and Procedures
AFI 99-101, Developmental Test and Evaluation
AFCAT 36-2223, USAF Formal Schools
DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-101, General Accounting and Finance Systems at Base Level
DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-102, Commercial Transactions at Base Level
DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-103, Travel Transactions at Base Level
DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-16, Administrative Control of Appropriations

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.1102 2R DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91) FY 92-FY-94

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC-91 Bases are:

AH BERSTROM 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

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.11A2 HY DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91) FY 95 Only

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

NOTE: The BAANs for BRAC-91 Bases are:

AH BERSTROM 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

Fund
Appropriation Code Description

97X0510.11B2 H7 DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART II (BRAC 91) FY96 Only

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.1632 5F DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93) FY 94

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

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
CF McGUIRE
BF LETTERKENNEY (TMM Move Cost Only)

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.16A2 HZ DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93) FY 95

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

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
CF McGUIRE
BF LETTERKENNEY (TMM Move Cost Only)

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.16B2 HD DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART III (BRAC 93) FY 96 Only

This account 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 from Base Realignment and Closures.

Fund

Appropriation Code Description
97X0510.40B2 HP DOD BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT ACCOUNT, PART IV (BRAC 95) FY 96

This 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 Public Law 101-510). This appropriation uses the same Budget Programs 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 Base Realignment and Closures.

Note: The BAANs for BRAC-95 Bases are:

PP Bergstrom
AV Eglin (EMTE)
BD Grand Forks
BJ Kelly (Depot only)
BY Malmstrom
CD McClellan
CG Ontario
HF Onizuka
PB REDCAP, NY
CS Reese
EF Roslyn
PD Hill (UTTR)
D3 Griffiss Redirect
E2 Lowry Redirect
F3 Homestead Redirect
G3 O'Hare Redircet
PM5 Pgm Mgmt

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
9760800.0200 78 SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY PROGRAM, DEFENSE (ALLOCATION TO
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE)

Funds allocated under this program are available only for the purchase from the Treasury of the excess foreign currencies necessary to liquidate obligations incurred in implementing approved undertakings.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97*0819.0200 YX HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This appropriation provides for transportation for humanitarian relief for refugees of Afghanistan and other designated countries.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
976/70828.1102 K6 ECONOMIC GROWTH PROGRAM

This appropriation is a suballocation to the Air Force to provide funding for the Defense Reinvestment for Economic Growth Program established in Title VIII of P.L. 102-396. This account is for the implementation of the Civilian Transition Initiatives program. The funds are to be used only for the resignation, early retirement, and retirement incentives to civilian employees in targeted occupations, grades, and locations throughout the DoD and are not to be used to pay for the costs of administering the program.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description

97*4930.0000 DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATIONS FUND (DBOF)

Officially established in FY 92, the DBOF is an expansion of the revolving fund concept to a larger number of Defense Support functions. DBOF 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.

SUPPLY MANAGEMENT BUSINESS AREA:

INVENTORY CONTROL POINT -- WHOLESALE

REPARABLE SUPPORT DIVISION (RSD)

Fund
Code:

.FC04 64

Accounts for purchase and depot-level repair of Air Force managed reparable weapon system components.

SYSTEMS SUPPORT DIVISION (SSD)

Fund
Code:

.FCOH 6H

This division procures nondepot reparable items through the Air Force depot system primarily in support of Air Force systems. Sales are also made to other customers such as other services and FMS. It procures both peacetime and wartime inventory. All items are price stabilized for each execution year.

COST OF OPERATIONS DIVISION (COD)

Fund
Code:

.FBOA 6A

Accounts for operating cost of supply depots, inventory control points, and retail supply activities, including related external support costs (e.g., comptroller, transportation, information processing center, etc.).

INVENTORY CONTROL POINT -- RETAIL

GENERAL SUPPORT DIVISION

Fund
Code:

.FCOC 6C

This division acquires and manages peacetime and wartime inventory from sources other than the Air Force depot system. USAF management data list identifies these items or item records by a budget code nine.

FUELS

Fund
Code:

.FC01 61

This division provides worldwide fuels support to the Air Force for both peacetime and war reserve requirements. Its categories are Aviation, Ground, and Missile Fuel.

MEDICAL-DENTAL

Fund
Code:

.FCOB 6B

This division provides the supplies and low cost equipment support necessary to maintain peacetime and wartime health care for the USAF.

ACADEMY CADET STORE

Fund

Code:
.FC03 63

This division manages, finances, and controls uniforms and uniform accessories procured for subsequent resale to cadets.

TROOP SUPPORT DIVISION

Fund

Code:
.FC0T 6T

This division provides worldwide subsistence support to the Air Force for both peacetime and war reserve requirements.

DEPOT MAINTENANCE BUSINESS AREA:

DEPOT MAINTENANCE

Fund

Code:
.FA20 6E

This program provides for:
(1) overhaul, conversion, progressive maintenance, modernization, interim rework, modification, and repair of aircraft, missiles, target drones, engines' accessories, components, and equipment;
(2) the manufacture of parts and assemblies required to support the above;
(3) the furnishing of other authorized services or products for the Department of Air Force and other agencies of the DoD.

TRANSPORTATION BUSINESS AREA:

DBOF-T

(A portion of this account is under USTRANSCOM - definition has not yet been determined at the time of printing)

Fund
Code:

.FD10 6G

The Air Mobility Command (AMC) provides support for service unique, strategic, and theater airlift requirements. AMC was removed from DBOF beginning FY 1995.
BASE SUPPORT BUSINESS AREA:

Fund
Code:
.FE20 67

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 DBOF beginning FY 1995.

INFORMATION SERVICES BUSINESS AREA:

Fund
Code:
.FF10

This division provides the development and operational sustainment of automated information and communications systems.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97*4965.2002 5N 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 reimbursable basis to respond to natural or manmade disasters.
Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X5188.57 K1 REVENUE FROM TRANSFER OR DISPOSAL OF DOD REAL PROPERTY

This no-year appropriation deals with revenues collected in accordance with Public Law 101-510, Section 2805.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X5189.57 K2 REVENUE FROM LEASING OUT DOD ASSETS

This no-year appropriation deals with revenues collected in accordance with Public Law 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.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8097.02 MR DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - AIR FORCE PAYEES)

This account provides for the portion of the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-CL-DAO) for the pay of Air Force survivor benefit entitlements. Only DFAS-DE uses this account. Fiscal year indicators are in the appropriation symbol for DoD internal accounts and reports. An "X" will be shown in the appropriation symbol for reports and data submitted to external DoD report recipients.

Programs

910 Nondisability Retired List.

920 Temporary Disability Retired List.

930 Permanent Disability Retired List.

940 Survivor's Benefit.

950 Undistributed Balance.

960 Reimbursement of Bank Charges.

970 Court of Military Appeals--Retired Judges

NOTE: For 97X8097 use CY in place of X if it contains data for current year entitlement expenditures.

For 97X8097 use PY in place of X if it contains data for prior year entitlement expenditures from inception of the account, 1985, though one year prior to current year.

Although this is an X year account, program year accounting is required for the current fiscal year and one prior (which contains all prior years). Charge expenditures to the fiscal year in which entitlement was accrued or earned.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8097.A4 XN DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - NAVY PAYEES)

This account provides for the portion of the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-CL-DAO) for the pay of Navy survivor benefit entitlements. Only DFAS-DE uses this account. Fiscal year indicators will be reflected in the appropriation symbol for internal DoD accounts and reports. Show an "X" in the appropriation symbol for reports and data submitted to external DoD report recipients.

Programs

910 Nondisability Retired List.

920 Temporary Disability Retired List.

930 Permanent Disability Retired List.

940 Survivor's Benefit.

950 Undistributed Balance.

960 Reimbursement of Bank Charges.

NOTE: For 97X8097 use CY in place of X if it contains data for current year entitlement expenditures.

For 97X8097 use PY in place of X if it contains data for prior year entitlement expenditures from inception of the account, 1985, though one year prior to current year.

Although this is an X year account, program year accounting is required for the current fiscal year and one prior (which contains all prior years). Charge expenditures to the fiscal year in which entitlement was accrued or earned.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8097.A5 XM DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - MARINE CORPS PAYEES)

This account provides for the portion of the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-CL-DAO) for the pay of Marine Corps survivor benefit entitlements. Only DFAS-DE uses this account. Fiscal year indicators are in the appropriation symbol for internal DoD accounts and reports. An "X" will be reflected in the appropriation symbol for reports and data submitted to external DoD report recipients.

Programs

910 Nondisability Retired List.

920 Temporary Disability Retired List.

930 Permanent Disability Retired List.

940 Survivor's Benefit.

950 Undistributed Balance.

960 Reimbursement of Bank Charges.

NOTE: For 97X8097 use CY in place of X if it contains data for current year entitlement expenditures.

For 97X8097 use PY in place of X if it contains data for prior year entitlement expenditures from inception of the account, 1985, though one year prior to current year.

Although this is an X year account, program year accounting is required for the current fiscal year and one prior (which contains all prior years). Charge expenditures to the fiscal year in which entitlement was accrued or earned.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8097.A1 XA DOD MILITARY RETIREMENT TRUST FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - ARMY PAYEES)

This account provides for the portion of the DOD Military Retirement Trust Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-CL-DAO) for the pay of Marine Corps survivor benefit entitlements. Only DFAS-DE uses this account. Fiscal year indicators will be reflected in the appropriation symbol for internal DoD accounts and reports. An "X" will be reflected in the appropriation symbol for reports and data submitted to external DoD report recipients.

Programs

910 Nondisability Retired List.

920 Temporary Disability Retired List.

930 Permanent Disability Retired List.

940 Survivor's Benefit.

950 Undistributed Balance.

960 Reimbursement of Bank Charges.

NOTE: For 97X8097 use CY in place of X if it contains data for current year entitlement expenditures.

For 97X8097 use PY in place of X if it contains data for prior year entitlement expenditures from inception of the account, 1985, though one year prior to current year.

Although this is an X year account, program year accounting is required for the current fiscal year and one prior (which contains all prior years). Charge expenditures to the fiscal year in which entitlement was accrued or earned.

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8335.10A1 K3 DOD VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE (VSI) FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - ARMY -BENEFICIARY
PAYEES)

The account provides for the portion of the DoD VSI Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-DAO-CL) for Army VSI beneficiary payments. Only DFAS-DE uses this account.

Programs
P10340 Officer

P11340 Enlisted

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8335.10A2 J7 DOD VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE (VSI) FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - AIR FORCE -
BENEFICIARY PAYEES)

The account provides for the portion of the DoD VSI Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-DAO-CL) for Air Force VSI beneficiary payments. Only DFAS-DE uses this account.

Programs
P51701 Officer

P53701 Enlisted

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8335.10A4 K4 DOD VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE (VSI) FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - NAVY - BENEFICIARY
PAYEES)

The account provides for the portion of the DoD VSI Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-DAO-CL) for Navy VSI beneficiary payments. Only DFAS-DE uses this account.

Programs
P22010 Officer

P22020 Enlisted

Fund
Appropriation Code Description
97X8335.10A5 K5 DOD VOLUNTARY SEPARATION INCENTIVE (VSI) FUND (ALLOCATION TO DEFENSE
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE - DENVER CENTER - MARINE CORPS -
BENEFICIARY PAYEES)

The account provides for the portion of the DoD VSI Fund allocated to the Defense Finance and Accounting Service - Denver Center (DFAS-DE) by the trust fund investment manager (DFAS-DAO-CL) for Marine Corps VSI beneficiary payments. Only DFAS-DE uses this account.

Programs
P27010 Officer

P27020 Enlisted

HChapter 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 65-601, volume 1, and DFAS-DE (AFR177-16.)

3.2. Centrally Managed Operating Budget Authorities and Allotments:

DescriptionAppropriation OAC ADSN OPR

Approved by SAF/FM:

Aviation Fuels, AFRES 57*3740 62 380100 HQ USAF/RECA
Foreign Currency
Fluctuation, Defense 57*3400 34 380003 SAF/FMBOI
Foreign Currency
Fluctuation Construction,
Defense 57*3300 34 380003 SAF/FMBIC
57*7040 34 380003 SAF/FMBIC
57*7045 34 380003 SAF/FMBIC

MILPERS Appropriation,
AF 57*3500 48 503725 SAF/FMBOP
Subsistence-in-Kind
Program 57*3400 48 503725 SAF/FMBOP
First and Second Destination
Transportation, AFMC 57*3400 47 503000 HQ AFMC/FMBOT

Unapproved:

Defense Health Program
(AF) Foreign Currency
Fluctuations, Defense
TDY-to-Schools 57*3400 64 525002 HQ AETC/FMF

Discontinued:

Aviation Fuels, NGB 57*3840 41 380100 NGB/FMBO
First Destination
Transportation, AFMC 57*3080 47 503000 HQ AFMC/LGSH
First Destination
Transportation, AFMC 57*3600 47 595600 HQ AFMC/LGSH
Second Destination
Transportation, AFMC 57*3840 41 503000 HQ AFMC/FMBOT
Defense Health Program
(AF) Medical Care, AF 97*0130.1893 43 503700 HQ USAF/SGHC
Defense Health Program
FY 92 9720100.1502 43 503700 HQ USAF/SGHC

ROBERT F. HALE
The Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for
Financial Management and Comptroller

GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES, ABBREVIATIONS, ACRONYMS, AND TERMS

References
AFPD 65-6, Budget
AFI 21-110, Engineering and Technical Services
AFI 31-205, Corrections Program
AFI 34-501, Mortuary Affairs Program
AFI 36-2110, Assignments
AFI 36-2606, Reenlistment in the United States Air Force
AFI 36-2911, Desertion and Unauthorized Absence
AFI 51-601, Gifts to the Department of the Air Force
AFI 65-601, Volume 1, US Air Force Budget Guidance and Procedures
AFI 99-101, Developmental Test and Evaluation
AFCAT 36-2223, USAF Formal Schools
DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-101, General Accounting and Finance Systems at Base Level
DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-102, Commercial Transactions at Base Level
DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-103, Travel Transactions at Base Level
DFAS-DE (AFR) 177-16, Administrative Control of Appropriations

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 DBOF)
AFMC Air Force Materiel Command
AFPG Air Force Planning Guide
AFRES Air Force Reserve

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
CY Calendar Year

DAB Defense Acquisition Board
DBOF Defense Business Operations Fund
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

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
FY Fiscal Year
FYDP Future Years Defense Program

GAO General Accounting Office
G-R-H Gramm-Rudman-Hollings
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
NSD National Security Division

OASD(C) Office of Assistance Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)
OB Operating Budget
OBA Operating Budget Authority
OBL Operating Budget Ledger
OBRC Operating Budget Review Committee
O&M Operation and Maintenance Appropriation
OMB Office of Management and Budget
OPR Office of Primary Responsibility
O&S Operation and Support
OSD Office of the Secretary of Defense

PB President's Budget
PBD Program Budget Decision
PDM Program Decision Memorandum
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
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
SASC Senate Armed Services Committee
S. Con. Res. Senate Concurrent Resolution
SECAF Secretary of the Air Force
SECDEF Secretary of Defense
S. Res. Senate Resolution
S.J. Res. Senate Joint Resolution
SOF Special Operations Forces
SPA Strategy and Policy Assessment
SSD System Support Division

TOA Total Obligation Authority

USAFR United States Air Force Reserve

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 (USAFR)--Component of the US Air Force under the Total Force Policy which was adopted in 1973. The primary mission of the USAFR 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.

Allocation--A funding document issued by HQ USAF 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 Funds--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.

Defense Business Operations Fund (DBOF)--The DBOF, as implemented on October 1, 1991, 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. DBOF business areas sell goods and services to their customers, the majority of which are DoD operating forces. Within the Air Force, DBOF business areas include Transportation (excluding common user functions assigned to the US Transportation Command), Depot Maintenance, Base Support (Laundry and Dry Cleaning Services) and Supply Management. There are a number of Divisions within the business areas.

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.

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.

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 12-month period which begins I 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 business-like 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 Business Operations Fund.

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.

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 Budget Decision (PBD)--A Secretary of Defense or Deputy Secretary of Defense decision authorizing changes to a submitted budget estimate and the Future Years Defense Program.

Program Decision Memorandum (PDM)--A document which records Secretary of Defense or Deputy Secretary of Defense final decisions on Program Objective Memorandum (POM) proposals and approves Department of Defense component POMs, as modified by these decisions.

Program Element--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--A periodic submission to the Secretary of Defense from each military department and Defense agency which proposes total program requirements for the next 5 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.

Reclama--A request to duly constituted authority to reconsider its decision or its proposed action.

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 Business Operations Fund.
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 are available for use by the fund, without further action by the Congress. See Defense Business Operations Fund.

Total Obligational Authority--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.