VCO/VCNCO and the Vehicle Operator
Vehicle Operator only
Changing the Oil
Checking/Servicing the Oil
Cleaning the vehicle
Both B & C
Can be delayed indefinitely based on mission requirements
Can be performed by the units; there is no need to send vehicle to the shop
VCOs must ensure vehicles are delivered to maintenance as arranged with VM&A
Scheduled maintenance can be waived by the unit if the vehicle has low utilization
By using a locally devised ledger.
By using the appropriate AF Form 18XX
Not required since GSA doesn’t care
By sending the VCO/VCNCO an email once a week.
Cease operations and turn in as soon as possible
Within 2 hours
By the end of the shift
Within 24 hours
Vehicle Fleet Manager or Vehicle Maintenance Superintendent
Wing Safety Officer
Acting as liaison between their unit and the base vehicle management activity
Controlling unit vehicles
Jump starting unit vehicles
Defending vehicle requirements
Washing supplies and wax
Jacks and lug wrenches
Fire extinguishers & spare tires
All the above
Vehicle Operations Officer
Vehicle Fleet Manager
Until deemed to be of no further value
Once a month
Twice a week
Daily, if used, or at least weekly
Burned out headlight
Seat belt that won’t latch
Tire worn to the wear bar or below
All of the above
Cautiously operate the vehicle and notify GSA by phone of the problem.
Continue to use the vehicle only when absolutely necessary.
Use the vehicle only as a backup but refer the vehicle to maintenance within 48 hours.
Discontinue use and immediately refer the vehicle to an approved GSA maintenance facility for repair.
SF 91 and DD Form 518
Pictures of damages
Both A & B
Vehicle Management & Analysis
First of the month
15th of the month
End of the month
Tenth of the month
Vehicle Maintenance does not work on equipments because it is the unit’s responsibility to get repairs on their own equipments.
Unit turns in equipments to Vehicle Maintenance for any repairs.
Equipments do not need registration numbers.
Both A & B