Air Force Hold Harmless Agreement

The form itself consists of three parts. Part I lists the provisions of the effective agreement and contains a release of liability and information on the payment of any receivables. Part II contains information about the user, either a company or an individual, and contains the names, addresses and signatures of the company representative or the person concerned. Joint use agreement. An agreement between the Air Force and a local government agency that builds a public airport on an air force airfield. By signing this document, an individual or company confirms the obligation to hold all U.S. authorities and personnel compensated for any debt resulting from the use of military airfields, equipment and related supplies. This includes all possible damage to a person or property, unless the damage is the result of the intentional misconduct of U.S. Army personnel. Official government affairs. Activities that support or meet the needs of U.S. federal authorities in or in the immediate vicinity of an air facility, including inappropriate funding agencies. For elected or appointed federal, regional and local authorities, official activity is an activity carried out as a public servant in the performance of his duties.

Airline project. An air carrier that, at the age of delivery, has an airline aviation certificate and provides regular service between two or more points throughout the year. DD forms 2402, civilian aircraft maintain a harmless agreement. A user-sponsored agreement that frees the U.S. government from any debt related to the use of Air Force airfields by civilian aircraft. Letter of credit authorized. A letter of agreement that qualified operators must submit to the Air Force to acquire air force fuel and aviation oil on a credit base in accordance with the provisions of AFM 67-1, Volume 1, Part 3, Chapter 1, Air Force Stock Fund and DPSC Assigned Item Procedures. Another convention. An agreement between the Air Force and a local government authority regarding the temporary use of an Air Force airstrip when a local civilian airport is not available, or to host a specific event or project. DD form 2401, civil landing clearance. A licence that, if confirmed by an Air Force receiving authority, authorizes the owner or operator of civilian aircraft to use Air Force airfields. User.

The person, company or other responsible entity operating civilian aircraft at DenAir Force airfields. Borrowed plane. U.S. government-owned aircraft are provided by another U.S. government agency. This does not apply to aircraft leased or loaned to non-governmental organizations. These aircraft are considered civilian aircraft for the purposes of this investigation. The Civil Aircraft Hold Harmless Agreement is part of a series of three forms required to obtain clearance to land at military airfields. It can be delivered digitally or by hand after printing and must be physically signed with blue ink before being sent to the corresponding branch of the U.S.

Army. Faxes or emails are not verified for approval. DD 2402 must be submitted at the same time as Form DD 2400 and Form DD 2401 to allow the applicant to obtain a civil landing clearance. Landing not allowed. A landing at an Air Force airfield by a civilian aircraft without prior authorization (DD form authorized 2401 and 24 hours before the announcement).