|DDTC ITAR Exemption Codes
||DDTC ITAR EXEMPTION CODE DESCRIPTION
||22 CFR 123.4 (a) (1) Temporary import of U. S. - origin
defense items for servicing, inspection, testing, calibration,
repair, overhaul, reconditioning, or one-to-one replacement
of defective items.
||22 CFR 123.4 (a) (2) Temporary import of U.S. - origin
defense item to be enhanced, upgraded, or incorporated
into another item which the permanent export has been
authorized by Directorate of Defense Controls.
||22 CFR 123.4 (a) (3) Temporary import of U.S. - origin
defense items for demonstration or marketing.
||22 CFR 123.4 (a) (4) Temporary import of U.S. - origin
defense items which have been rejected for permanent import
||22 CFR 123.4 (a) (5) Temporary import of U.S. - origin
defense items approved for import under Foreign Military
||22 CFR 123.4 (b) Temporary import but not subsequent
export of item incorporated into another article.
||22 CFR 123.6 From the United States to foreign trade
zone or Customs bonded warehouse.
||22 CFR 123.9 (e) Re-export or retransfer of U.S. - origin
items incorporated into foreign defense article to a government
of a NATO country or the governments of Australia or Japan.
||22 CFR 123.11 (b) Vessel or aircraft does not enter
territorial waters or airspace if no defense articles
are carried as cargo.
||22 CFR 123.12 Shipments between U.S. possessions.
||22 CFR 123.13 Defense article on domestic air shipment
via foreign country.
||22 CFR 123.16 (b) (1) Defense articles in support of
||22 CFR 123.16 (b) (2) Components or spare parts less
||22 CFR 123.16 (b) (3) Packing cases for defense articles.
||22 CFR 123.16 (b) (4) Models and mock-ups.
||22 CFR 123.16 (b) (5) Temporary export for public exhibition,
trade show, air show or related event if that article
was previously licensed for public exhibition.
||22 CFR 123.16 (b) (9) Temporary export of unclassified
component, part, tool or test equipment to affiliate or
facility owned or controlled by the U.S. person.
||22 CFR 123.17 (a) Components and parts for Category
I (a) firearms not exceeding $100 wholesale.
||22 CFR 123.17 (b) Non-automatic Category I (a) firearms
manufactured in or before 1898 or replica.
||22 CFR 123.17 (c) Temporary export of no more than three
non-automatic Category I (a) firearms and no more than
||22 CFR 123.17 (d) Firearms for foreign persons brought
in under 27 CFR 178.115 (d).
||22 CFR 123.17 (e) Not more than 1,000 cartridges of
ammunition for non-automatic firearms for personal use.
||22 CFR 123.18 (a) (1) Non-automatic firearms for servicemen's
clubs for members of U.S. Armed Forces.
||22 CFR 123.18 (a) (2) Non-automatic firearms for personal
use by member of U.S. Armed Forces or civilian employee
of Department of Defense.
||22 CFR 123.18 (a) (3) Non-automatic firearms for personal
use by U.S. Government employees.
||22 CFR 123.18 (b) Not more than 1,000 cartridges of
ammunition for personal use by U.S. Government employees.
||22 CFR 123.19 Canadian and Mexican border shipments.
||22 CFR 124.2 (a) Training in basic operation and maintenance
of defense articles authorized for export to the same
||22 CFR 124.2 (b) Defense services performed by U.S.
persons drafted into military force of a foreign nation.
||22 CFR 124.2 (c) Maintenance training or performance
training to NATO countries, Australia, Japan, and Sweden.
||22 CFR 124.3 (a) Unclassified technical data within
scope of an approved manufacturing license or technical
||22 CFR 124.3 (b) Classified technical data in furtherance
of an approved manufacturing license or technical assistance
||22 CFR 125.2 (b) Technical data for foreign filing of
patent application not exceeding its domestic patent filing.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (1) Technical data pursuant to official
written request or directive of Department of Defense.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (2) Technical data in furtherance of
agreement approved under 22 CFR Part 124.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (3) Technical data in furtherance of
contract between exporter and U.S. Government agency that
does not disclose design, development, production, or
manufacture details of defense article.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (4) Copies of technical data previously
authorized for export to same recipient.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (5) Technical data regarding basic
operations, maintenance, and training to same recipient
of lawfully exported defense article.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (6) Technical data related to firearms
not in excess of .50 caliber and ammunition not in excess
of .50 caliber, not including design, development, production,
or manufacturing details.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (7) Technical data being returned to
original source of import.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (8) Technical data directly related
to classified information which has been previously authorized
for export to same recipient, not including design, development,
production, or manufacturing details.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (9) Technical data sent by U.S. corporation
to a U.S. person employed by that corporation overseas
or to a U.S. Government agency.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (10) Unclassified technical data in
U.S. by U.S. institution of higher learning to full-time
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (11) Exporter granted written exemption
from Directorate of Defense Trade Controls for technical
data pursuant to arrangement with Department of Defense,
Department of Energy, or NASA.
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (12) Technical data exempt under 22
||22 CFR 125.4 (b) (13) Technical data for public release
by cognizant U.S. Government agency or Directorate for
Freedom of Information and Security Review.
||22 CFR 125.4 (c) Defense services and unclassified technical
data to nationals of NATO countries, Australia, Japan,
and Sweden for responding to written request from Department
of Defense for quote or bid proposal.
||22 CFR 125.5 (a) Unclassified technical data during
classified plant visit authorized by Directorate of Defense
Trade Controls; approved government-to-government program;
or U.S. Government agency having classification jurisdiction
over classified defense article or classified technical
||22 CFR 125.5 (b) Classified technical data during plant
visit approved by appropriate U.S. Government agency.
||22 CFR 125.5 (c) Unclassified technical data during
plant visit approved by the Directorate of Defense Trade
||22 CFR 126.3 Exceptional or undue hardship.
||22 CFR 126.4 (a) Temporary import or temporary export
of defense article, technical data, or defense service
by or for agency of U.S. Government.
||22 CFR 126.4 (c) Temporary import, temporary export,
or permanent export of defense article, technical data,
or defense service for end-use by U.S. Government agency
in foreign country.
||22 CFR 126.5 (a) Temporary import and return to Canada
of unclassified defense articles originating from Canada.
||22 CFR 126.5 (b) Permanent or temporary export of certain
defense articles, related technical data, and defense
services for end-use in Canada.
||22 CFR 126.5 (c) Defense service or technical data to
||22 CFR 126.6 (a) Defense article or technical data sold,
leased, or loaned by Department of Defense to a foreign
country or international organization.
||22 CFR 126.6 (b) Foreign military aircraft or naval
||22 CFR 126.6 (c) Defense article, technical data, or
defense service sold, leased, or loaned by Department
of Defense under Foreign Military Sales Program.