(b) Non-Department of Defense. Contract, charter, civilian and foreign government aircraft
identified in the public "CMA". (NOTE: "CMAL" is pronounced "CAMEL".)
b. The Air Force documents base credit issues of ground fuels by the issue of identaplates. Identaplate
are issued by base transportation for vehicles and by the FMO for nonvehicle (for example, lawn mower, weed
(1) AF Form 1252 or 1252A for vehicles.
(2) AF Form 1295 or 1295A for non-vehicles.
NOTE: AF Form 1252 and 1295A are used at automated service station.
NOTE: The identaplate remains with the equipment at all times.
Ground and Aviation Product Issues Documentation.
a. AF Form 1994: This Form is used for credit issues and defuels to DOD aircraft and equipment. Also
serves to record nonautomated issues of ground fuel or oil to DOD and base-supported non-DOD customers.
b. AF Form 1995: This Form is for both credit issues and defuels and record cash sales (in conjunction
with a Cash Collection Voucher) to non-DOD aircraft and equipment. For ground product transactions, it serves
to document all unautomated, nonbase-supported issues to non-DOD customers.
c. DD Form 1131: This Form documents cash sales of aviation products. The money collected goes to
the Base Accounting and Finance Office with copies of the DD Form 1131. The FMO keeps the original,
together with a validated copy from Accounting and Finance in the FMO files.
Daily Management of the Inventory.
Account reconcile and balance of inventory is done every morning at 0800. This involves the use of many
a. AF Form 791. Fuel issued to tanker aircraft are recorded on AF Form 1994 as a normal issue. Each
issue to another aircraft in-flight is recorded by the tanker boom operator on AF Form 791. The AF Form 791
after completion of the refueling mission goes to the home station FMO. The FMO processes "issues" to those
aircraft refueled in-flight and bills their parent organizations for the fuel received. The tanker organization then
gets credit for the issues.
b. AF Form 824. This form is prepared daily by the FCC controller. The Form reflects all fuel
servicing operations and events for a 24-hour period and is closed-out at 0800 each day. This Form is used to
cross-check information on issue documents (AF Forms 1994 and 1995).
c. Computer Paper Tape. Is the automated service stations transactions record. This record is processed
daily through the accounting section through the Fuels remote to the main Supply computer.
d. AF Form 1231. This is used to document receipts of a single grade of product over a 24-hour period.
The accountants verify all receipts and supporting shipping documents and record the totals for later use on the
AF Form 1237.