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Q: What do I do with a WEX fuel receipt after I have fueled the vehicle?

A: After you have fueled the vehicle you will need to add a sortie to the NC MISC mission in WMIRS. Once you have completed all the documentation in the sortie you will upload the documented fuel receipt to the sortie. 


Q: When should I use a WEX Card?

A The WEX Card should only be used when the Unit will be covering the cost of the fuel. WEX cards should not be used for vehicle maintenance. The Vehicle Fuel Guide explains the use of the WEX Fuel Card.


Q: When should I use the EFS Mastercard?

A The EFS Mastercard belongs to NHQ. This card is used for all vehicle maintenance. This card is also used on Air Force reimburseable missions. This includes but is not limited to actual SAR missions, Disaster Relief missions, SAR Training missions. All training missions must have a F98G request submitted and approved with a tracking number.


Q: Who is responsbile for the maintenance of a vehicle? 

A: The unit in which the vehcile is assigned is responsbile for all preventative maintenance of the vehicle. Maintenance under $500 dollars can be approved by the Wing Transportation Officer.


Q: What is a CAPF109? 

A: A CAPF109 is the mission document for all ground sorties. This document is located both on paper on the CAP Members sight or in the sortie. The CAPF109 is is required to be complete for all ground sorties. You can complete this in WMIRS by clicking thebriefing or debriefing option at the bottom of the screen with in the sorite.

Once you have completed the sorite you will complete the debriefing section.  When completing this document there should not be any areas left blank. If something in the CAPF109 does not apply then place "N/A" in the applicable section.


Q: Is mileage required in the debriefing section?


A: Yes mileage is required to properly complete the sorite. The mileage should be the starting and ending odometer readings for the vehilce. This should not be how many total miles you drove.


Q: What are the policies and procedures for using the NHQ Fuel Card?


A: The NHQ Fuel Card Program will explain all of the requirements for using the EFS Fuel Card.

Some key points to remember are,

a.     Driver ID = Vehicle Pin Number (First 4 of vehicle ID)                                             

                                                 i.     32001 = 3200

                                                 ii.    32015 = 3201

b.     Odometer = CAP Member ID Number (this is the member ID of the member fueling the vehicle)

c.     Billing Zip = 36112