AIR FORCE - AF 91-38
|Publication Date:||1 September 1997|
General . Ignition under controlled conditions causes combustion of fuels for their intended purpose. It is the unexpected and unwanted ignition of fuels that causes accidental fires and explosions with resultant property damage, injury, and (or) loss of life. Rigid precautions will be taken to prevent the ignition of flammable vapors. Possible sources of ignition at US Air Force work and storage areas include open flames such as matches and cigarette lighters, cutting and welding sparks, static electricity, and lightning. Support equipment being operated in any fuels area will meet the requirements of AMAN 24-306, Manual for The Wheeled Vehicle Driver, and TO 00-20B-5, USAF Motor Vehicle and Vehicular Equipment Inspection.