07 DEC 1990
Playing cards, cribbage board, score pads.
Plastic glasses (2 sizes), plastic coffee cups.
Any other items specifically requested by VIP passengers.
Assorted cocktail mixes, quinine water, club soda, etc.
Specific serving pieces as required
(Example: Cheese knife.)
Sewing and shoe shine kits.
Liquor. Liquor will normally be carried on flights for the Secretary, Deputy
Secretary, Commandant, Vice Commandant, members of Congress, and Flag
officers to be served on a cash bar basis. Special authorization is required to carry
liquor for in-flight consumption on other flights and the request must be addressed
to the Vice Commandant. Costs are recovered according to the following schedule:
Mixed drinks (each)
Wine: Actual Cost for requested wine
Inflight service of alcoholic beverages will be at the discretion of the senior
passenger when authorized.
Payment of Surcharges/Meals. Assessments for the costs of meals (if procured), and
the surcharge, will be provided to the passenger coordinator of the traveling party
well in advance of mission completion whenever possible. The passenger
coordinator of the flight from the traveling party will then be responsible for the
collection of charges from the other members of the party in the form of cash or
checks made payable to "Treasurer, OMO, CGAS Washington." Normally the
passenger coordinator from the traveling party should provide payment for all
passenger charges to the aircrew prior to final departure from the aircraft, in either
cash or checks.
Aircraft Configurations. Aircraft configurations for the Gulfstream 2 (CG-01/Jet)
and the Gulfstream 1 (CG-02/Turboprop) are shown as enclosure (2) for the purpose
of assisting in planning seat assignments at the discretion of the senior passenger.