What Is DA Form 759 Series?
The Department of the Army (DA) releases and accepts several types of documents as part of the process of recording and tracking the achievements of servicemembers in all kinds of military duties and activities. The DA 759 Forms are used for maintaining flight records and for developing data for the soldier’s permanent record. Flight records are permanent records kept for statistical and historical purposes for all Army aviators, flight surgeons, and unmanned aircraft system (UAS) operators.
The series includes four forms in total:
- DA Form 759, Individual Flight Record and Flight Crew Certificate-Army (Flight Hours).
- DA Form 759-1, Individual Flight Record and Flight Certificate-Army (Aircraft Closeout).
- DA Form 759-2, Individual Flight Records and Flight Certificate-Army (Flying Hours Work Sheet).
- DA Form 759-3, Individual Flight Records and Flight Certificate-Army (Flight Pay Work Sheet).
Individual Flight Record
All Individual Flight Record forms are generated by the Centralized Aviation Flight Records System (CAFRS) for each servicemember on flying status. The DA Form 759 Series has to be digitally signed by the ATP commander in CAFRS to be valid.
The DA 759, DA 759-1, and DA 759-2 serve as a record of an aviator’s hours spent flying. The forms are used for recording flight time by condition and flying duty and for each air vessel or flight simulator used. The DA Form 759-3 is another CAFRS-generated form that is used to keep a record of hours spent in the air in order to calculate flight pay. The form is used for flights performed by an RCM/NRCM and conditional ACIP recipients and is filed as a temporary or consolidation worksheet.
This form is used to close out flight records and is required for individuals on flight status. The form is generated by Centralized Aviation Flight Records System (CAFRS) for each soldier on flying status when closing records.
This Centralized Aviation Flight Records System (CAFRS)-generated form is used for keeping record of hours spent performing flights in order to calculate flight pay. The form is used as a temporary or consolidation worksheet for flights performed by an RCM/NRCM and conditional ACIP recipients and is not required for UAS operators.
This form is available for recording flight time by flying duty and condition for each aircraft or flight simulator during the closeout period.
This form serves as a record of an aviator's flight hours. It can be used as both a temporary worksheet or a consolidation worksheet for flights performed by an RCM/NRCM and ACIP recipients.