Technical Review and Analysis of MOD III Level of Repair Model.
ARMY MATERIEL READINESS SUPPORT ACTIVITY LEXINGTON KY
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This Technical Review and Analysis was conducted to evaluate the potential use of the MOD III LOR in satisfying any Logistic Support Analysis LSA tasks set forth in MIL-STD-1388-1A. The objectives of the analysis were to determine if the calculations used in the technique conform to regulations which govern areas such as life cycle cost, failure factors, etc. establish expertise within MRSA on the functional use of the model determine resources required to utilize the technique and define the potential areas of application. The MOD III LOR is a mathematical procedure that recommends the maintenance level at which components of avionics equipment should be repaired to minimize the expected life cycle logistics support costs for the item of equipment. The MOD III LOR simultaneously considers all significant components of an avionic item of equipment when calculating costs. The item of equipment is broken down into four hardware indenture levels. They consist of 1 the item of avionics equipment, 2 the Weapon Replaceable Assembly WRA, 3 the Shop Replaceable Assembly SRA, and 4 the sub-SRA.
- Economics and Cost Analysis
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment