DA FORM 2765-1 PDF

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What is Class IV? > U.S. Air Forces Central Command > Display

Customer Service will validate the item is or is not available in Air Force supply channels. Every time Air Force units shop at the Class IV they must use a base identifying code that tells the Army who is buying their material.

The Army inputs that code 22765-1 their system, which generates an audit trail that leads to the Defense Accounting System. The assistance and cooperation of everyone is needed to ensure the ELRS continues to acquire the necessary materials from the Army to complete projects on Kandahar Airfield.


What is Class IV?

Home News Features Display. What is Class IV? By Senior Master Sgt. Once approved, it is the unit’s responsibility to determine what is available to them at the Class IV and if the item is on hand.

Figure Form ,Request for Issue of Turn-in

What is Class IV and why does one need to care about it? What does this mean?

Air Force units are not authorized to backorder items at the Class IV. Units must understand that anytime the base identifier code is used to obtain items from another service, they the unit are obligating funds from the Air Force stock fund.

Once the customer provides the documentation, supply personnel will ensure the money has been expensed in the supply system. There are actually ten classes of materials used by all services, but this article focuses on Class IV. The above mentioned procedures must be followed to properly obtain materials and to ensure the Army receives the appropriate reimbursements.


In order to begin this process, commanders must appoint personnel in writing and provide that letter to the st Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron Customer Support Section and the Class IV. This informs ELRS that these personnel are authorized to purchase items on behalf foorm the unit.

In some instances, a unit’s designated “supply” person may be one in the same, but the letter must also stipulate Class IV.

This process is extremely important. The customer will purchase assets from the Army supply point as either they have it or they don’t.

Skip to main content Press Enter. Class IV items are construction 7265-1 building materials that may be used day in and day out to improve current accommodations or organizations, such as what civil engineers may use for their major construction projects.