|1. Maintenance Plan -
includes documentation of the Support Equipment (SE) concept as a result
of the level of repair analysis, organic repair/contractor support and the
the diagnostics concept.
Identifies test and fault isolation capabilities desired of
automatic, semiautomatic and manual test equipment at all maintenance
levels, expressed in terms of realistic and
probabilities affordable and confidence
1.3 Identifies the SE associated with
the most economical level of repair probabilities (usually determined
in the level of repair
analysis) unless over-ridden because of non-economic
1.4 Identifies manpower, training and
maintenance task requirements.
required technical documentation to support the
1.6 Identifies the level of
maintenance at which the various SE
is required (e.g., organizational, intermediate and
depot level maintenance).
1.7 Types and quantity
of SE for each location has been established.
Calibration requirements are specified.
Support Equipment Requirements Document is submitted by
the contractor to justify SE requirements and initiate follow-on
|2. Design - should
implement the same practices and procedures used in the design of the
weapon system. Sound design practices of SE ensures that reliable,
maintainable, low risk, supportable and mature designs are released.
documentation of the test/diagnostics
2.2 Includes test measurement and
calibration requirements and associated technical
2.3 Includes test fixtures and/or
interfaces to connect the system to the
2.4 Includes procedures to perform
the required diagnostics.
maintenance tasks supported by the SE.
environmental and physical constraints, such as size, weight,
power, temperatures, interfaces, etc. have been factored into SE
Analyses to identify the optimum mix of automatic and manual
fault detection and isolation equipment at each applicable
level has been conducted.
|3. Test Validation/Verification
Plan - validates that the SE will perform to the weapon systems
interface and performance requirements.
||3.1 Identifies physical/functional
characteristics of the unit being tested.
Identifies interface requirements.
Identifies detailed test information.
Identifies assembly drawings.
Identifies test flow charts and diagrams.
Identifies calibration and measurement requirements and
Provisioning Requirements - are addressed to assure that SE can
be supported by the supply system and can be reprocured as necessary (also
see supply support provisioning requirements).
||4.1 Provisioning documentation
identifies tools and test equipment by task
function and maintenance
Category codes (e.g., source, maintenance and recoverability codes)
4.3 Provisioning documentation
- Manufacturers part numbers.
- Estimated prices.
- Recommended SE quantities.