MIL-STD Defense Standard A document that establishes uniform engineering and technical requirements for military-unique or substantially modified commercial processes, procedures, practices, and methods. There are five types of defense standards: interface standards, design criteria standards, manufacturing process standards, standard practices, and test method standards. MIL-PRF Performance Specification A performance specification states requirements in terms of the required results with criteria for verifying compliance but without stating the methods for achieving the required results. A performance specification defines the functional requirements for the item, the environment in which it must operate, and interface and interchangeability characteristics. MIL-DTL Detail Specification A specification that states design requirements, such as materials to be used, how a requirement is to be achieved, or how an item is to be fabricated or constructed.
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Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. This military standard is approved for use by all departments and agencies of the Department of Defense DOD.
Beneficial comments recommendations, additions, deletions and any pertinent data which may be of use in improving this document should be addressed to: a. Telephone: b. Comments may be submitted using the self-addressed Standardization Document Improvement Proposals DD Form appearing at the of this document, or by letter, 5.
This standard is based on the joint efforts of the military services and the Federal Aviation Administration with assistance from private industry. However, LSA documentation must be tailored to each acquisition program and life cycle phase. An application guidance appendix appendix D is included herein to provide guidance on tailoring of LSAR data requirements to meet individual program objectives in a cost-effective manner.
The general requirements of this standard also require completion of LSAR data selection sheets DD Form to identify specific data for each program in order to prevent indiscriminate blanket applications of the data requirements. This standard is directed toward improving the cost effectiveness of the generation, maintenance, acquisition, and use of the technical data required to support an ILS program. This is accomplished through the following: a.
Consolidation of logistics oriented technical information for the various engineering disciplines and ILS elements into one file to reduce redundancy, facilitate timely usage, and enhance consistency between elements and disciplines. Maximum use of industry developed integrated data systems tied to engineering, manufacturing, and product support databases as sources of LSA documentation.
The relational design of LSAR data is intended to facilitate such integration and to encourage independent development of useful ad hoc queries which promote use of the data in the design process. Application of standard. Content of appendices. LSA data documentation process. LSAR data selection sheets. LSAR data. Manual LSAR data.
Manual LSAR report generation. Automated LSAR data.. Requiring authority data tables. Cross functional requirement. Operations and maintenance requirements. Performing activity data tables..
Reliability, availability, maintainability; Failure modes, effects and criticality analysis; maintainability analysis. Task analysis and personnel and support requirements. Support equipment and training material requirements. Unit under test requirements and justification.
Facilities considerations. Personnel skill considerations. Packaging and provisioning requirement. Transportability engineering analysis..
LCN assignment and structure. Intended use. Consideration of data requirements. Subject term key word listing. Suppression data. Changes from previous issue. Functional LSAR relational table listing and table relationships. LSAR relational tables. LSAR data table to report matrix. General report selection criteria. LSA, Maintenance Summary. LSA, Facility Requirement. LSA, Maintenance Plan. LSA, Provisioning Requirements. LSA, Bill of Materials. LSA, Transportability Summary.
Traditional LCN assignments. Functional and physical LCN assignments: a new perspective. Classical LCN assignment method. Modified classical assignment method. Sequential assignment method.
How to use this appendix. LSA process. Pre-concept and concept exploration CE phase. Demonstration and validation phase.
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