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Document ID:   DI-PSSS-81872       Scroll down to access document images

Overview
Title:  Level of Repair Analysis (LORA) Report
Scope:  The purpose of the LORA report is to document the results of the LORA program. This report documents and supports the contractor’s conclusions, findings, and recommendations on the economic, noneconomic and operational impacts to the requiring authority concerning repair versus discard at failure; optimum repair levels; support equipment (which includes test program sets, built-in-test equipment, and test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment requirements); maintenance facility requirements; maintenance and supply support life cycle costs; spare parts provisioning; and specific design recommendations for each item undergoing the LORA.
Status:  Active DID Date:  01-NOV-2019      
  Next Review Due:  30-OCT-2024
PSSS Doc Category:   Data Item Description  

Responsibilities
DID Approval Authority:  AM  HQ US Army Materiel Command, (AMC), DepSO
  Preparing Activity: TM  LDAC, Logistics Data Analysis Center
Coordination:  Full  

Revision History Click on column headings for a description of column content.
MediaDocument Part DescriptionDist StmtDocument DatePagesSize
Document ImageRevision A Notice 1 - ValidationA01-NOV-201911.9 KB
Document ImageRevision A A22-JUL-2014324.0 KB
Document ImageBase Document A24-OCT-2012343.2 KB

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