. Aerial film, recording tape, and chart paper used
. Flight deck and safety shoes used by squadron
personnel in the readiness, launch, and recovery of
l Unit identification marks for initial issue to
newly reported squadron personnel.
l Liquid and breathing oxygen consumed during
flight by the pilot and aircraft systems.
. Nitrogen consumed in flight.
. Forms and publications (Cog 1I) and repro-
ductions thereof. The OPTAR is not used for initial
outfitting, newly commissioned squadrons, or forms
and pubs in direct support of maintenance.
l Special-purpose, identifying clothing used by
squadron personnel in the readiness, launch, and
recovery of aircraft.
Aviation Fleet Maintenance Funds
The aviation fleet maintenance (AFM) fund is for
buying supplies and services in direct support of
maintenance. The following texts lists some of the items
charged from the AFM. Refer to Appendix 2 of NAVSO
P-3013-2 for a complete list of items chargeable to
l Paints, wiping rags, towel service, cleaning
agents, and cutting compounds used in preventive
maintenance and corrosion control of aircraft.
l Consumable repair parts, miscellaneous
material, and Navy stock account parts. These are items
used in direct maintenance of aircraft, drones, targets,
component repair of AVDLR and related SE.
. Pre-expended, consumable maintenance
material meeting the requirements of NAVSUP P-485.
These are items used in maintenance of aircraft, aviation
components, and SE.
. Aviation fuel and lubricants used in test and
check of aircraft engines during build-up, change, or
maintenance at the intermediate level only.
. Allowance list items (NAVAIR 0035QH series).
Items strictly used for maintenance, such as imperme-
able aprons and explosive handlers coveralls. Also, it
include industrial face shields and goggles, gas welder
leather gloves, and nonprescription safety glasses.
. Fuel used in related support equipment (ship
l Test bench equipments. This is replacement of
components used in the test bench repair and rotatable
l Aircraft loose equipments. This is for mainte-
nance and replacement of aircraft loose equipments
included in aircraft inventory record.
. Consumable hand tools for maintenance of
aircraft, repair, and maintenance of equipment and
. Safety and flight deck shoes used in maintenance
. Decals used on aircraft.
. Repair and maintenance of flight clothing and
l Forms and publications (Cog 1I) used in support
of direct maintenance of aviation components or
l Special clothing authorized for use on unusually
dirty work while performing maintenance on aircraft.
l Cost incurred for IMRL repair.
l Oils, lubricants, and fuel additives consumed in
flight operations. It does not include those used in
aviation maintenance of drones, targets, component
repair, or related SE.
. Repairable NSA material used in direct
maintenance of aircraft, drones, targets, component
repair, or related SE. These are NSA items (not AVDLR)
that have MCC E, H, G, Q, or X assigned.
In addition to the above, the
AFM charges for IMA:
. Items consumed in the
preservation of repairable pacts.
following are proper
. Replacement for missing or unserviceable
general-purpose, electronic test equipment allowance
The ACC/TYCOM issues the operating budget
from the applicable Five Year Defense Plan (FYDP)
expense limitation. This is to finance the operations,
maintenance, administrative, and temporary additional