Aircraft deployed to an area duly designated by proper authorities within the DoD as a
Combat/Hazardous Duty Zone Aircraft exempted by this provision are subject to remedial actions as defined in
paragraph (4) below.
(e) Aircraft deployed to a remote exercise site or aboard an under way vessel, whether or not the vessel
(aircraft) is deployed in a Combat/Hazardous Duty Zone. This provision does not preclude the option of conducting an
evaluation aboard a vessel or at the remote site if the transportation is provided by the owning unit or if the evaluation
can be feasibly scheduled and completed coincidentally with a port call, provided that the port is not in a
Combat/Hazardous Duty Zone. Aircraft exempted by this provision are subject to remedial actions as defined in
Any aircraft exempted specifically by order of command authority equal to or greater than those
ARMY: Division Commanders
NAVY: Chief of Naval Operations (CNO)
AIR FORCE: MAJCOM Logistics Management Officer
Aircraft exempted by this provision are subject to remedial actions as defined in paragraph (4) unless relieved specifically
from this requirement by the appropriate command authority.
(3) EXEMPTION RECORDS: The affected service shall be responsible for maintaining records of all aircraft
exempted from the evaluation for any of the reasons defined herein, and shall transmit those records to the Trend
Analysis Database System Administrator for incorporation into the database, and to the JACE schedule administrator,
where applicable. The record must indicate the aircraft tail number; exemption rationale and authority; and the planned
remedial action to be taken.
(4) REMEDIAL ACTIONS: Aircraft exempted from the evaluation, as defined in paragraph 2., with the
exception of aircraft that have not yet reached the end of their IOP, shall be subject to the following remedial actions,
(a) Aircraft that have been damaged by crash or combat operations shall have the provisions of the
JACE satisfied coincidentally with damage assessment and repair estimate inspections. While no scoring data will be
generated or reported, indicators or conditions uncovered shall be included in the repair estimate, and decisions
regarding disposition shall be made by the affected service.