MIL-STD-1656 1974 Edition, September 18, 1974
VALIDATION PLANS, NAVAL ORDNANCE OVERHAUL AND REPAIR ACTIVITIES, PREPARATION OF
Includes all amendments and changes through Interim Notice 1, July 13, 1999
Additional Comments: INACTIVE FOR NEW DESIGN AFTER 7/13/99
This standard defines the format and provides guidance for developing the content of a Validation Plan for validating the capability and capacity of in-house and contractor activities which are involved in the repair/overhaul of Naval Ordnance systems, equipments or integral repairable assemblies.
The purpose of this standard is to standardize the development of a Validation Plan which will provide for the:
(a) Definition of how the validation will be performed.
(b) Designation of who will perform the validation.
(c) Determination of milestones and responsibilities.
(d) Detail of what was done during the validation.
(e) Permanent record of the validation effort.
This standard is to be used for the development of a Validation Plan to validate the capability and capacity of an in-house or contractor activity to perform repair/overhaul of a specific Naval Ordnance system or equipment, or its specific integral repairable assemblies.
Planning documents, such as ILS plans, which indicate requirements for intermediate/depot level maintenance support of Ordnance systems or equipments shall cite this standard for development of Validation Plans to ensure capability and capacity are available when required.