Figure 9-4.--Funding chain of command.
· Liquid and breathing oxygen consumed during
Flight Operations Funds
flight by the pilot and aircraft systems.
Flight operation funds, also known as OPTAR
funds, are for buying supplies and services not used in
· Fo r m s a n d p u b l i c a t i o n s ( C o g 1 I ) a n d
direct support of maintenance. OPTAR is the amount
of money required by a unit to perform its mission.
reproductions thereof. The OPTAR is not used
Appendix 2 of NAVSO P-3013-2 lists the fund codes
used for buying specific items. You should be familiar
squadrons, or forms and pubs in direct support of
with this list to order supplies. The following
paragraphs list some of the expense-type transactions
· Special-purpose, identifying clothing used by
that are proper charges to the OPTAR:
squadron personnel in the readiness, launch, and
· Aviation fuels consumed in flight operations.
recovery of aircraft.
· Initial and replacement issues of authorized
Aviation Operation Maintenance Funds
items listed in NAVAIR Allowance List 0035QH
series. It does not include items used by
The aviation operation maintenance (AOM) fund
is for buying supplies and services in direct support of
maintenance. The following paragraphs list some of
· Consumable office supplies for squadrons.
the items charged from the AOM. Refer to appendix 2
of NAVSO P-3013-2 for a complete list of items
· Aerial film, recording tape, and chart paper used
chargeable to AOM.
· Paints, wiping rags, towel service, cleaning
· Flight deck and safety shoes used by squadron
agents, and cutting compounds used in
personnel in the readiness, launch, and recovery
preventive maintenance and corrosion control of
· Unit identification marks for initial issue to
· Consumable repair parts, miscellaneous
newly reported squadron personnel.
material, and Navy stock account parts. These