ARMY AR 95-20: CONTRACTOR'S FLIGHT AND GROUND OPERATIONS
DOD Adopted ANSI Approved Approved
APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE.
This instruction applies to contractor personnel whose duties include the operation or maintenance of any aircraft under any contract which incorporates by reference or includes this Instruction, and to all GFRs appointed pursuant to those contracts. This instruction has been coordinated with and concurred by the Military Services (hereafter referred to as the Services). References in this instruction to FAA certifications or requirements may be substituted with applicable host nation equivalent certifications or procedures. Recommendations for new policies or procedures should be submitted through channels to HQ DCMA, ATTN: DCMA-AO (the Office of Primary Interest (OPI) for this joint military Regulation/Instruction) for review.
This Instruction supersedes DCMA INST 8210.1/AFI 10-220/AR 95-20/NAVAIRINST 3710.1E, 13 November, 2002, and all previous versions. It establishes requirements for ground and flight operations involving all contracted work performed on aircraft where this Instruction is incorporated as a contract requirement, as well as procedures to be followed by Government Flight Representatives (GFRs). Chapter 7 establishes policy and procedures to be followed by GFRs and does not establish any additional contractor requirements. In accordance with DFARS requirements, DoD contracting activities shall include this Instruction and applicable supplements in all contracts involving Government aircraft for which the Government is assuming some of the risk of loss or damage. This Instruction describes the content of the contractor's aircraft ground and flight operations procedures (hereafter identified as Procedures) and approval for these Procedures. It provides for the delegation of authority for such approvals, regardless of Service affiliation.
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