What regulation covers Flipl?
Regulation (AR) 735-5
Army Regulation (AR) 735-5, Chapter 13, governs the FLIPL system. It can be found at www.apd.army.mil. RIGHTS IF YOU ARE FOUND LIABLE: If the financial liability officer (FLO) recommends that you pay for the loss or damage, the FLO must allow you to examine the entire FLIPL report and to submit a rebuttal statement.
What regulation covers maintenance?
|Pub/Form Number||AR 750-1|
|Pub/Form Title||ARMY MATERIEL MAINTENANCE POLICY|
|Unit Of Issue(s)||EBOOK PDF|
What is a 15 6 investigation?
A 15-6 Investigation is the Army’s primary tool for gathering information in a variety of situations. This type of investigation is commonly referred to as a “15-6” by Soldiers. The name comes from the regulation that governs how to conduct a 15-6 Investigation.
Are you flagged for a Flipl?
2-2a (noting that a flag is no longer required upon initiation of a FLIPL, though it may become necessary if Soldiers are recommended for financial liability during the investigation).
What Army regulation covers inventories?
The Army Regulation 740-26, Physical Inventory Control, is what governs Army inventories. Other pertinent regulations include AR 735-5, Policies and Procedures for Property Accountability; and AR 710-2, Supply Policy Below the National Level.
What Army regulation covers statement of charges?
AR 735-5, paragraph 12-2 allows a person to pay the actual loss to the Government when the person admits that he or she is financially liable.
Is regulation and maintenance same?
The content of the regulation is strongly aligned with the Hague Maintenance convention and the Hague Maintenance Protocol of 2007….Maintenance regulation.
|Journal reference||OJ L 7, 10 January 2009, pp 1–79|
|Date made||18 December 2008|
|Came into force||30 January 2009|
|Implementation date||18 June 2011|