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INCIDENT BUSINESS COMMITTEE (IBC)
Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Incident Replacement Guidance, Memo 22-05
Currently, a fleet rate has not been established for agency-owned UAS therefore unlike manned aircraft a daily availability rate or applicable hourly flight rate for operations is not being assessed when a UAS is assigned to an incident. Most UAS and related support equipment are purchased and maintain at a local unit level, Due to the widespread incident use and the unique situation of a “use rate” not being assessed to the incident we have determined that an interim incident replacement process needed to be developed. Therefore, agency-owned UAS utilized on wildfire incidents should use the Property Loss or Damage Report (OF-289) process for consumable/replacement parts.
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Incident Business Committee (IBC)
Memo 22-05
National Wildfire Coordinating Group
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