188.8.131.52. Agreement to Install. When planning the installation of an arresting system at a joint-
use facility, the installation commander must first notify the airport manager/authority of the
need. If agreement is mutual, the installation commander submits the plan with sketches or
drawings to the Air Force Liaison Officer within the appropriate FAA regional office.
Disagreement between the responsible officials must be referred to the next higher level for
184.108.40.206. Disagreements. If a lease agreement is involved and does not allow placement of
additional structures on the leased premises, the issue will be elevated to the MAJCOM for
220.127.116.11. Operating Agency. When an arresting system is installed at a joint-use civil airfield
for the primary use of US military aircraft, the FAA acts for, and on behalf of, the DoD service
component in operating this equipment.
18.104.22.168. Third Party Claims. Third-party claims presented for damage, injury, or death
resulting from the FAA operation of the system for military aircraft or from DoD maintenance of
the system is the responsibility of the DoD and must be processed under the appropriate DoD
component's regulatory guidance.
22.214.171.124. DoD and FAA Agreements. Separate agreements between the DoD and the FAA are
not required concerning liability for damage arising from the intentional operation of the system
by FAA personnel for civil aircraft, because such claims are the responsibility of the FAA.
126.96.36.199. Operational Agreement. The MAJCOM is responsible to negotiate the operational
agreement with FAA for a joint-use civil airport; however, authority may be delegated to the
installation commander. The agreement will describe FAA functions and responsibilities
concerning the remote control operation of arresting systems by FAA air traffic controllers.
3.16.4. Military Rights Agreements for Non-CONUS Locations. These systems are installed under
the military rights agreement with the host government. If a separate agreement is specifically
required for installation of a system, the installation commander coordinates with the local US
diplomatic representative and negotiates the agreement with the host nation.