Items requested that are in excess of authorized allowances.
Any request for classified items.
Overseas items requested by an activity based in the continental United
CONUS items requested by an overseas organization.
(7) Air traffic control (ATC) units must submit the number of ATC units supported or
operated and the total number of controllers assigned (military and civilian).
a. Basis of Issue. Authorized quantities of FLIPs and related publications are listed in
the Appendix. The basis of issue for special aeronautical information products and documents
is also in the Appendix.
(1) More than one number in a column of the chart indicates minimum and
maximum requirements. For instance, 1-4 indicates that the requirement is at least one, but
not more than four.
(2) Requirements may be cumulative. For instance, an aviation company's
requirement for en route area charts may be two. However, if three instrument flight
examiners (IFEs) are assigned to the company, the requirement will increase by three; that is,
one per IFE (page 14, Appendix, NOTE g).
b. Shelf Stock Criteria. ARNG and airfield or heliport operations may order shelf stock
quantities of FLIPs above the authorized quantities. Normally, shelf stock quantities will range
from 2 to 5 percent of the total operational requirement. Activities should exercise prudent
judgment and frequently analyze total requirements to ensure that shelf stock quantities are
valid and consistent with operational needs.
a. Submit requests for authorized publications provided by the US Army Aeronautical
Services Office (USAASO) to the appropriate US Army account manager by--