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2014-01891-F Final Letter

2014-01891-F Final Letter

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Number of Pages:2

Date Created:March 19, 2014

Date Uploaded to the Library:April 29, 2014

Tags:Honolulu, president, Obama, request, records, Supreme Court, James, EPA, CIA


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DOD_ReflexBlue-RGB AMC/A6X 
203 West Losey St., 3600 
Scott AFB 62225 
 
Mr. Justin McCarthy 
Judicial Watch 
425 Third St., SW, Suite 800 
Washington 20024 
 
Dear Mr. McCarthy 
 
     The letter response your January 2014 Freedom Information Act (FOIA) request for any and all records concerning mission taskings for President Obamas December 2013-January 2014 trip Honolulu; all records concerning transportation costs for President Obamas December 2013-January 2014 trip Honolulu; and any and all passenger manifests (DD-2131) for President Obamas December 2013-January 2014 trip Honolulu.  Attached are all reasonably segregable portions the requested records.   
 
     Concerning Item your request, search for responsive records was conducted and Air Force mission tasking records were located.   
 
     Concerning Item your request, included are the AFTO Forms 781 for President Obamas December 2013 January 2014 flights Honolulu, Hawaii.  The FY14 cost per flying hour (CPFH) $210,877.00 per hour.  Please note that the CPFH includes fuel, flight consumables, depot level repairables, aircraft overhaul, and engine overhaul. 
 
     Concerning Item your request, must provide no records response for the manifests (DD Form 2131) you requested. accordance with Air Mobility Command Instruction (AMCI) 24-101, the Air Force does not maintain copies passenger manifests after the active mission leg complete. 
 
     The FOIA permits the government withhold information personnel files, medical files, and similar files.  The term similar files has been interpreted broadly include information that applies particular individual.  The Supreme Court noted, When disclosure information which applies particular individual sought from Government records, courts must determine whether release the information would constitute clearly unwarranted invasion that persons privacy.  (See United States Washington Post Co., 456 U.S. 595, 602 (1982).  There must balancing between the public interest releasing the information  
and the private interest not releasing the information. this case, since there public interest, any privacy interest must protected.  Authority the Freedom Information Act, Title United States Code, Section 552(b)(6). you consider our decision adverse nature, you may appeal this decision writing the Secretary the Air Force, through AMC/A6XX (FOIA), 203 Losey St., Room  
3600, Scott AFB 62225-5223, within calendar days from the date this letter.  Include your reasons for reconsideration and attach copy this letter. 
 
     There are assessable fees associated with this case.  For questions, please contact Ms. Denise Rodgers (618) 229-5573 e-mail amca6.foia@us.af.mil. 
 
 Sincerely 
 
 
 
 
 JAMES CLARK, Colonel, USAF 
 Division Chief, Capabilities Portfolio Mngmt 
 
Attachment: 
Releasable Portions Requested Record



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