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U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Operators Identification  Card,  OF-346

 
  
 
U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Operator’s Identification  Card,  OF-346 The  OF-346  is  the  license  required  for  automotive motor  vehicles  and  material-handling  equipment. Possession  of  a  valid  state  operator’s  license  is  not required  for  the  issuance  of  an  OF-346  to  military personnel on active duty. However, an OF-346 and a valid  state  driver’s  license  are  required  to  operate government-owned or rented vehicles or equipment off   base   in   Alaska,   Massachusetts,   Nebraska, Missouri,  New  Hampshire,  New  Jersey,  New  York, Connecticut,  Vermont,  and  the  District  of  Columbia. A  properly  completed  and  valid  OF-346  must have  the  following  entries: 1. Card number: A two-part sequential number that is the actual license number. The first part of the number is the activity number or unit designation of the original license issuing activity. The second part of the number is the appropriate sequential number in order  of  issue.  Example:  NMCB-3  license  number 88  becomes  3-88;  a  31ST  NCR  license  number becomes  31-88.  This  number  is  indicated  on  the operator’s  record,  NAVFAC  11240/10,  or  NAVFAC 11260/3, Construction Equipment Operator License Record (fig. 1-36). The license examiner maintains a chronological record of all licenses issued. 2. Restrictions: Physical limitations and restric- tions.  Typical  notations  are  glasses,  daytime,  hearing aid, or learner. 3. Types of vehicle or equipment: A description of  equipment  the  operator  is  qualified  to  operate. Each  separate  item  does  not  have  to  be  listed;  use notations like trucks through 1 1/4 tons, tractor and trailer through 10 tons, and so forth. 4.  Capacity:  See  Item  3. 5. Qualifying official: Signature of examiner. 6. Other records: This section is used for a type of license that requires specific notation. Examples are as follows: ambulance, fire truck, ammunition and explosive  ordnance  vehicles,  and  avgas  refuelers, This entry can also be used as a continuation for Items 3 and 4. The  OF-346  is  valid  for  3  years  and  may  be renewed   for   additional   periods   of   3   years   each. Remember, the OF-346 expires on the birth date of the  operator. Construction Equipment Operator License, NAVFAC 11260/2 The  NAVFAC  11260/2  is  the  proper  license  for operating  construction  equipment.  A  complete  and valid  NAVFAC  11260/2  must  have  the  following entries: 1. Card number: A two-part sequential number that is the actual license number. The first part of the number is the activity number or unit designation of the original license issuing activity. The second part of the number is the appropriate sequential number in order of issue, for example: NMCB-3 license number 88  becomes  3-88;  a  31ST  NCR  license  number becomes  31-88.  This  number  is  indicated  on  the operator’s  record,  NAVFAC  11240/10  or  NAVFAC 11260/3, Construction Equipment Operator License Record (fig, 1-36). The license examiner maintains a chronological record of all licenses issued. 2.   Date   issued: Abbreviated   entries   of   the issuing date, month, and year. 3.  Date  expired: Abbreviated  entries  of  the expiration  date,  month,  and  year.  The  NAVFAC 11260/2 is valid for 2 years and may be renewed for additional  periods  of  2  years  each.  The  license expires on the birth date of the operator in odd or even years, consistent with the operator’s year of birth. For example,  if  the  birth  date  is  20  June  1960,  the expiration dates are 20 June 1994 and 20 June 1996. The license expires on the birth date of the operator in odd  or  even  years,  consistent  with  the  operator’s  year of  birth.  For  example:  If  the  birth  date  is  20  June 1960, the expiration dates are 20 June 1994, 20 June 1996, and so forth. 4.  Name  of  operator:    The operator’s name, as contained  in  official  personnel  records. 5.  Equipment  type: Description  of  the  basic units  the  operator  is  qualified  to  operate.  Typical notations  are  front-end  loader,  dozer,  grader,  or excavator. 6.  Size  and  capacity:  Make  and  model  of equipment  written  as  the  equipment  type.  Typical notations  are  JD670,  D8  CAT,  D7  CAT,  Bantam, Gradall, 515 Dresser, and so forth. 7.  Attachment:  Description  of  the  attachment the  operator  is  qualified  to  operate.  Typical  notations are backhoe, forks, bucket, blade, winch, ripper, or all attachments. This entry can also be used to denote gas-  or  diesel-powered  equipment. 1-45


   


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