Property accountability is key to supporting the mission, ensuring your unit has all gear needed, and forecasting future needs – but it also comes with many regulatory requirements. Command Policy Memorandum 12-11, the Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPL) provides guidelines for determining liability for lost, damaged or destroyed property.
FLIPLs – and the associated time, paperwork, and costs – can be avoided through proper storage and management of gear, PPE, weapons, records, and more. Learn how you can securely store your gear and integrate better accountability practices into your storage by downloading our guide, Avoiding FLIPLs.
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