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Amc form 140 space- available travel request.
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AMC Form 140, Space-Available Travel Request , is an application completed by service members, retirees, and their close relatives to obtain permission to board Space-Available (also known as Space-A) flights to travel the United States and the world at a low price or for free. As long as you can show your eligibility in the request, you can get access to military flights that are on a mission. This kind of transportation is not available in connection with any commercial activity, and you cannot benefit from these flights for personal gain.
This form was released by the U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command on August 20, 2018 , with all previous editions obsolete. Download an AMC Form 140 fillable version through the link below .
Here is how you fill out a Space-Available Travel Request:
- Indicate your rank or grade, full name, and the number of the seats you require.
- State the type of travel. You can choose one of six categories - it depends on the nature of your leave. It is also possible to request a flight for your unaccompanied dependents.
- If your travel is overseas, confirm that your border clearance documents are current.
- Check the appropriate box to indicate your type of service.
- Write down the beginning and end dates of your leave if you are on active duty.
- Enter your countries of choice - you can sign up for up to five destinations.
- List dependents who will travel and record their types of passports.
Once the form is completed, you need to email it to the Air Mobility Command passenger terminal closest to you or the one at the location you wish to depart from. Additionally, you can ask the terminal representatives about the type of identification required for travel and baggage allowance.
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Project overseer will use the following evaluation indicators:
· Compliance with the timeline elaborated by the Steering Committee and generally reflected in Section 5 of the Project Proposal.
· The PO will gather information from economies through nominated experts and circulated questionnaires to perform initial research. Then, once the recommendations of the workshop are issued a comparative analysis with the current situation will be performed and further Action Plan will be developed by PO and GIT/IIEG members for economies to comply with recommendations. The Action Plan is to be adopted by GIT and IIEG and will be discussed during the upcoming meetings and checked against its implementation. Further action is to be proposed for higher levels (ECOTECH/TMM) through TPTWG mechanisms.
· The Project overseer will circulate a questionnaire to the Workshop participants to gather the feedback on the Workshop itself (topic, organization etc) and possible follow-up ideas to spread the outcomes of the Workshop to broader audience in APEC and non-APEC economies, to use the Workshop outcomes in upcoming and future projects.
· Number of Workshop participants (approx. 60 participants are planned)
· Number of ideas officially approved by the relevant government authorities with reference to workshop results.
· The PO will participate in the upcoming TPTWG36 meeting to discuss the project and include the wording on the mechanism of exchange of information and coordinating activities into the final report of IIEG. The issue of using advanced ATMS technologies will be raised at future TPTWG meetings as one of the best ways to enhance the global supply chain routes in the Asia-Pacific region. The PO will also share the results of the project with non-APEC economies that are also involved in the global supply chain and are major consumers (Europe, Middle East, CIS countries).
· Project results will be taken into account by Russia as one of the major supplier of space services.
The Project helps to contribute to the framework established in APEC fora and to the initiatives recently launched by the Russian Federation as APEC 2012 Host Economy. In particular, the project was announced to be in support of the “Development of Intelligent Supply Chains” initiative presented at SOM-1, CTI-1 and to TPTWG (intersessionally) and further discussed during the Friends of the Chair Meeting and SOM-2 in Kazan this June.
As soon as the project is finally approved project co-sponsors and other interested APEC-economies (with the help of TPTWG (incl. IIEG, GIT) members) will be invited to determine local institutions, agencies or experts to attend the Workshop and share their experience and studies results to contribute to the discussions and final documents of the Workshop. At the same time the Workshop Agenda will be elaborated to consider the largest range of experience on the Workshop issue.
Key experts working in the Russian Logistics and Transportation Centre in Sochi will be invited as speakers to share unique and up-to-date experience.
The project outcomes can contribute to costs reduction for infrastructure investment and removal of bottlenecks in supply chains. The importance of economic aspect of the project’s topic is in a direct way underlined by 2012 Meeting of APEC Ministers Responsible for Trade and its Statement^
“We instruct officials to advance the discussion on the technological enhancement of supply chains with a view to forming intelligent supply chains and making them greener, smarter, more efficient and visible. We support continued discussion by officials on enhancing supply chain visibility and better coordination through tracking technologies , developing early warning systems, and better control of transportation of bulky and dangerous goods or hazardous materials, and enhancing logistics sub-providers capacity”.
The project develops ideas from previous APEC projects, e.g. “Management of Security, Safety and Emerging Technology in Global Intermodal Transportation and Supply Chain Systems” and takes into account findings of the Policy Support Unit report “The Economic Impact of Enhanced Multimodal Connectivity in the APEC Region” (May, 2010).
The results of other relevant projects such as “Supply Chain Visibility” Workshop and "Transborder Control and Optimal Transborder Logistics” Workshop are to be considered as well. The key point will be developed in a practical manner - the number of international trade-related parties continue to increase, and work related to the global supply chain becomes even more complicated. So manufacturers, logistics operators and others need to be aware of the changes in real time, and modify their global sales, production, and logistics plans accordingly. The main driver in this process is broader usage of new technologies in transactions of intermodal transborder cargo movement.
The project is largely based on recommendations elaborated during the APEC Workshop “GNSS Application for Seamless Transport Supply Chain Connectivity in APEC”, Vladivostok, Russia, 2011. It aims at further development of the workshop key outcomes to study the necessity and feasibility of setting up dispatching centres on main freight routes in APEC economies, borderline areas, ports, etc. to promote a seamless supply chain; to define goals, objectives and a clear structure of dispatching centres.
The recommendations of the previous project directly mention the need to transfer the concept of dispatching centres into the concept of automated logistics and transportation centers equipped not only with GNSS-based, but also with ITS technologies. Lessons learned from the previous workshop showed that GNSS-based technologies are not sufficient enough for establishing seamless supply chains. The application of ITS along with GNSS-technologies tracking and monitoring technologies will greatly contribute to enhancing the effectiveness of transportation management and transport system in the Asia-Pacific region as a whole which is also noted by the previous workshop final document.
APEC is the best source to support the project, because APEC as an intergovernmental forum pays a lot of attention to the topic of transportation industry.
The issue of intensified implementation of innovations in all transportation and logistics areas including ITS and GNSS location-based guidance and navigation systems is widely discussed on different levels at APEC meetings. The project develops the ideas from previous APEC projects and will be useful for all APEC economies.
APEC serves as a perfect framework for expertise sharing as regards to exchange of best practices and technological solution within the Asia-Pacific, being the most rapidly developing region of the world.
The project will continue to make the appropriate effect even after termination of its financing from APEC budget by means of conditions arrangement for the “launching” of horizontal integration processes aiming at coordinated development of transport and logistics infrastructure in order to get a synergetic effect in the sphere of the world trade.
The development of the project will contribute to the harmonization of specifications for information exchange between all transport logistics chain participants which will stimulate the increase of efficiency and quality of transportation and terminal services.
Agreed forward-looking solutions (reflected in the elaborated recommendations) will be generated in respect of implementation of other projects aiming at development of transport and logistics infrastructure and information networks integration for the purpose of competitive growth on the world transportation services market as a result of the project development.
It is particularly important that the project largely builds on the results of the previous work and thus, ensures the sustainability of overall topic of discussion. Application of experience of the APEC Workshop “GNSS Application for Seamless Transport Supply Chain Connectivity in APEC”, held in Vladivostok, Russia in 2011 in the new project is to be seen as a sustainable development of innovative agenda in IIEG and GIT.
The sustainability will be ensured by the Russian delegation (incl. PO) to TPTWG via inclusion of the ATMS topic into upcoming TPTWG meetings. Possible new projects on this topic will be further discussed, based on the outcomes of the Project.
The results of the project will be published on the related web-site with links on APEC fora web-sites with open access. This will make the Project outputs available for interested authorities, stakeholders and beneficiaries to use in their work.
- This project will make possible the cooperation between the Russian Federation and APEC economies on issues of development of all transportation types, transport infrastructure, information and logistics technologies, as a result of which all concerned and beneficiary parties will receive information support;
- This project is targeted to synchronize the development of documents, technologies and specifications, used for information exchange in the sphere of transport and logistics service performance in the Russian Federation and APEC economies, due to the above actions all concerned and beneficiary parties will be able to reduce their time consumption and cut their costs;
- This project will lay the basis for efficient performance of the reliable information acquisition system in respect to the transportation and logistics performance and its monitoring, required by both concerned and beneficiary parties in order to make their justified forecasts and development programs;
- This project will predetermine all necessary conditions for attraction of potential investors for financing in the sphere of transport and logistics development on a long-term basis and for possibility for all concerned and beneficiary parties to agree their plans and act jointly in the field of transport infrastructure and information technologies development. ----------------------------
Upon the completion of the project the integration processes in the sphere of transport and logistics and practical creation of all mechanisms and information technologies supporting the process will be further implemented which will let the original information and logistics product for monitoring of transport and cargo flows enter the global markets (world, European, Asian, etc.), as well as the inner market of Russia. Successive implementation of the further steps will be specified within the project in detail.
Moreover, as stated in project objectives it seeks to establish a mechanism of experience sharing as regards to AMTS use and to bring this issue to the agenda of relevant TPTWG bodies.
The Project overseer is Mr. Alexander Bochkarev, Deputy Head of International Contractual Department of the Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos). Mr. Bochkarev has worked on APEC related issues in Roscosmos since 2009 and currently covers a portfolio of issues in APEC related to navigation, transportation, satellite technologies etc. He has relevant experience in international projects as project overseer. Prior to this he used to work for Aeroflot - Russian airlines company. Graduated from Moscow Aviation Institute.
Ms. Anna Prokopchik is an expert of International Legal Unit of International Contractual Department of the Federal Space Agency. Ms.Prokopchik has worked on APEC related issues in Roscosmos since 2010. Graduated from Moscow Pedagogical State University.
The project is to be implemented with major support and under supervision of the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, which will bring the required expertise in the field of transport and logistics and is a coordinating authority for Russian representation in TPTWG.
The project is also supported by the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation – the key governmental body responsible for APEC activities.
The cost-efficiency of the project is to be ensured through its compliance with the APEC Project Guidebook requirements.
Payments for the Workshop participants will be made for travel-eligible economies only and for 6 best experienced speakers. Per diem allowances are calculated within the limits of the UN Per Diem Rate.
The venue choice is made due to the close distance and possibility to organize the unique Technical tour to the Logistics and Transportation Centre that will significantly enhance the participants’ interest and involvement to the issue.
The Workshop time (October) has also been chosen intentionally – after the end of the high season in Sochi, so the accommodation and hosting costs are lower.
The Steering Committee will consist of mostly experienced representatives of governmental bodies, research institutes and executors that will ensure minimized budget and time spent for the project implementation.
No contracts will be signed with government employees, representatives of international organizations, or Roscosmos staff.
Short-term clerical workers should speak English fluently. They will help to organize final arrangements on the Workshop venue, register and assist participants during the Workshop.
Contractor’s staff will plan and prepare the Workshop, will form and disseminate up-to-date information about the project, supervise the researching process, communicate to the participants, sub-contractors (researchers), speakers, experts, hold the Workshop, prepare final documents and reports, incl. photo-report.
Technical tour guides are highly skilled technical specialists working for the Logistics Hub operator, ANO Transport Direction of the Olympic Games. They will be involved in the Technical tour to ensure the access to all of the LTC infrastructure facilities (the detailed plan of the tour is described in the Workplan), to provide the most up-to date technical information on the organizational and engineering solutions used to manage and coordinate the traffic and cargo, and the necessary legislative amendments put in place.
The Technical tour addresses the key objectives 1 and 2 of the project and will demonstrate efficiently functioning Logistics and Transportation Centre (combining the Logistics Hub, Railway station Vesyoloye, S eaport Port Sochi – Imereti , Olympic facilities), the on-line system for multimodal transportat ion and cargo flow management, that enhanced cargo flow in this region by 20% using existing infrastructure.
A waiver is sought for advance payment for project executors to cover the expenses of the preparation stages of the project implementation.
In accordance with APEC project Guidelines a waiver is sought for advance payment for the speakers and travel-eligible participants travel expenses and per diems. All funded participants and most of the speakers are from travel-eligible economies and have no possibility to attend the Workshop without the advanced payment.
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Moscow has always been and still remains the city of theatres. This magnificent capital attracts theatregoers from all over the world. Here are the theatres we like and truly recommend you to visit.
The Bolshoi Theatre
On 28 March 1776, Catherine II granted the prosecutor, Prince Pyotr Urusov, the privilege of maintaining theatre performances of all kinds, including masquerades, balls and other forms of entertainment. And that is where Moscow’s Bolshoi ( Big ) Theatre starts its history. The building of the Bolshoi Theatre, one of Moscow’s symbols, was opened on 20 October 1856, on Tsar Alexander II’s coronation day.
The Bolshoi Theatre is a symbol of Russia for all time. It was awarded this honor due to the major contribution it made to the history of the Russian performing arts. This history is on-going and today Bolshoi Theatre artists continue to contribute to it many bright pages.
Visit the theatre to watch the magnificent Russian operas and ballets. Make sure you are going to see the performance on Historic Stage.
One of the oldest Moscow theatres – the Maly (Small) Theatre – is situated on Teatralnaya Ploschad (Theatre Square) neighboring the famous Bolshoi (Big) Theatre. The history of the theatre dates back to 1756 when the theatre company was founded by Catherine the Great’s will. During the 19th Century the theatre has become a favorite stage for some of the Russian most noted playwrights, in particular Ostrovsky who premiered 40 of his 52 plays here.
If you want to enjoy classical Russian theatre, see plays written by Chekhov, Pushkin, Ostrovsky and Gogol the Maly is probably one of the best choices. The theatre follows Russian drama tradition and makes classical productions. So with a little prior knowledge of the general plot of the play will be able to follow the action quite well without the help of subtitles.
Moscow Art Theatre
The theatre was established by K. S. Stanislavsky and V. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko in 1898 under the name Moscow Art Theatre (MKhAT). This is the first theatre in Russia, who practiced the real reform and together with young actors created modern repertoire. Nevertheless, in today’s Theatre classic world literature is staged as well as the modern patriotic literature. It is loved by Muscovites and the capitals guests for traditions, wonderful cast and bold experiments.
Sovremennik Theatre was founded by a group of young Soviet actors during the «Khrushchev Thaw». Among the founders were Oleg Yefremov, Galina Volchek, Igor Kvasha, Liliya Tolmachyova, Yevgeniy Yevstigneyev and Oleg Tabakov, now famous Russian actors. The debut production was Victor Rozov’s play «Forever Alive».
Nowadays it is one of the most popular Moscow theatres, with interesting premiers and wide basic repertoire, involving masters of Moscow stage and talented beginning actors.
«Peter Fomenko’s Workshop» Theatre
This is a young and progressive theatre. The troupe consists of actors with innovative way of thinking and staging plays. They unite the passionate desire to experiments and classic Russian theatrical traditions. During 15 years of theatre’s existence there were created 36 plays which were rewarded with national and international theatrical awards.
Theatre of Nations
The fascinating building in pseudo-Russian style has been taken by theaters from 1885. Nowadays, Theatre of Nations, a unique structure that has no analogues in national theatre, is located there. Today Theatre of Nations is one of the most successful producer project with ambitious and realized art plans. The activities of the theater are in many ways exclusive. Thus, it introduces the Russian audiences to outstanding examples of European theater. The Theatre of Nations holds a variety of theatre programs, organizes national and international festivals, presents the best Russian and foreign productions of all genres and trends and produces its own performances. Lack of a constant troupe allows keeping star cast and genre flexibility — from drama and comedy to post-drama and ballet.
Recently renovated Gogol Centre is a theatre that seeks a constant dialogue with reality. Debates and conferences on the most current themes in the discussion club «Gogol+», world premieres of the movies that have never been released in Russia in the program «Gogol cinema», rare recordings of the great 20th and 21st centuries theatre performances in the public multimedia library, large music concerts and of course performances on several stages by the most remarkable Russian and foreign directors. All this makes it possible to explore the vast spheres of modern Art while remaining in the same space.
Praktika Theatre is a small theatre venue and company focused on new drama. it was opened in 2005 as a theatre in search of contemporary topics and stories, of the present-day language, a new style and a new generation of playwrights and productions.
Today this is probably the only theatre in Moscow, which sharply addresses political and social issues and is supported by distinguished directors from Russia and Europe. The name of the theatre – «Praktika» means that the theatre offers various practical workshops. Praktika offers yoga seminars, psychology and dance workshops. There is a cinema club which introduces Moscow to recent international film releases.
The Moscow International House of Music
This gorgeous music center, settled down at the banks of the Moskva River, organizes performances of national and foreign symphony orchestras, chamber ensembles, solo instrumentalists, opera singers, ballet dancers, theatre companies, jazz bands, variety and traditional ensembles.
It accommodates three concert halls placed on three different levels and having separate entrances. Each hall is executed in its own style and special array. The rows of seats ascend up in a form of an amphitheater providing a good view of the stage from every place of the auditorium. There is a summer terrace on the podium of MIPAC designed for different open-air promenade concerts and festive events. It has a common architectural space with the winter garden and the foyer of the Great Hall.
The Moscow Philharmonic
Created in 1922 on the initiative of Anatoly Lunacharsky, the Moscow Philharmonic was intended to display the vitality of art in the newly formed country, with the capability of making bold experiments and yet profoundly understanding the centuries-old traditions of worldwide musical culture. During its long history the Philharmonic experienced good times and bad.
Today the Moscow Philharmonic has become the country’s leading concert organization, operating both in an artistic capacity and as a producer. It acts as the principal organizer of large-scale international projects involving Russian ensembles. You can come here to enjoy best pieces of classical music performed by world famous musicians.
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