DA Form 5904-r "Total Package Approach (Tpa) Check List (Lra)"

DA Form 5904-R or the "Total Package Approach (tpa) Check List (lra)" is a Department of the Army-issued form used by and within the United States Military.

The form - often incorrectly referred to as the DD form 5904-R - was last revised on August 1, 1990. Download an up-to-date fillable DA Form 5904-R down below in PDF-format or look it up on the Army Publishing Directorate website.

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TOTAL PACKAGE APPROACH CHECKLIST
For use of this form, see AR 12-8; the proponent agency is DCSLOG.
SECTION I
Security Assistance Organization
Country
Weapon System/Item
Security Assistance Organizations will complete this checklist with any request for a major weapon system or item and forward
it directly to U.S. Army Security Assistance Command (USASAC).
A. Answer the following questions with yes, no, or not applicable (NA), as appropriate:
1. Has the Total Package Approach concept and principles been explained to this purchaser along with their
ramifications of not accepting a total package offer? If yes, state how:
Which of the following are required?
15.
Training aids or devices
2. Contractor support
16.
Maintenance support arrangement
3. Training required
17.
Cooperative logistics supply support
arrangement (CLSSA)
a. Outside the continental United States (technical
assistance team/technical assistance field team/
18.
Blanket order case
(specify 1 or
mobile training team/field training services)
2 years)
(include customer training philosophy required)
19.
Specialized training requirements (i.e.,
b. Inside the continental United States
supply/maintenance)
4. Quality assurance team
20.
Engineering services required
5. Concurrent spare parts (1 year unless
21.
Maintenance allocation charts
otherwise specified)
22.
Test, measurement, and diagnostic
6. Communications/electronics equipment
equipment
(radios, accessory kits, etc.)
23.
Facilities to support the equipment
7. Petroleum, oil, or lubricants (list special
requirements)
24.
Cold weather adaptations
8. Calibration services or materiel
25.
Can the country's supply or storage system
support this weapon system?
9. Maintenance float
26.
Can the country's maintenance capability
(facilities, equipment, & personnel) support
10. Consolidated shipment
this weapon system?
11. Initial training ammunition
27.
Are there any special requirements (climatic
considerations, flotation equipment, paint,
12. Initial basic ammunition load
maps, etc.)? If so, list them.
13. War reserve ammunition
14. Publications case
B. Describe anticipated problems, or give any information and assistance that may be required in addition to the data
provided above. Use a separate page if necessary.
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TOTAL PACKAGE APPROACH CHECKLIST
For use of this form, see AR 12-8; the proponent agency is DCSLOG.
SECTION I
Security Assistance Organization
Country
Weapon System/Item
Security Assistance Organizations will complete this checklist with any request for a major weapon system or item and forward
it directly to U.S. Army Security Assistance Command (USASAC).
A. Answer the following questions with yes, no, or not applicable (NA), as appropriate:
1. Has the Total Package Approach concept and principles been explained to this purchaser along with their
ramifications of not accepting a total package offer? If yes, state how:
Which of the following are required?
15.
Training aids or devices
2. Contractor support
16.
Maintenance support arrangement
3. Training required
17.
Cooperative logistics supply support
arrangement (CLSSA)
a. Outside the continental United States (technical
assistance team/technical assistance field team/
18.
Blanket order case
(specify 1 or
mobile training team/field training services)
2 years)
(include customer training philosophy required)
19.
Specialized training requirements (i.e.,
b. Inside the continental United States
supply/maintenance)
4. Quality assurance team
20.
Engineering services required
5. Concurrent spare parts (1 year unless
21.
Maintenance allocation charts
otherwise specified)
22.
Test, measurement, and diagnostic
6. Communications/electronics equipment
equipment
(radios, accessory kits, etc.)
23.
Facilities to support the equipment
7. Petroleum, oil, or lubricants (list special
requirements)
24.
Cold weather adaptations
8. Calibration services or materiel
25.
Can the country's supply or storage system
support this weapon system?
9. Maintenance float
26.
Can the country's maintenance capability
(facilities, equipment, & personnel) support
10. Consolidated shipment
this weapon system?
11. Initial training ammunition
27.
Are there any special requirements (climatic
considerations, flotation equipment, paint,
12. Initial basic ammunition load
maps, etc.)? If so, list them.
13. War reserve ammunition
14. Publications case
B. Describe anticipated problems, or give any information and assistance that may be required in addition to the data
provided above. Use a separate page if necessary.
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C. Describe any special requirements mandated by the country's maintenance concepts/levels. Include organizational
structure, concept of employment, and purchaser's experience with similar equipment (foreign or U.S.). Use a separate
page if necessary.
D. Check the following as appropriate:
1. The purchasing country is capable of assimilating this major item/weapon system within its current
logistics infrastructure and capability, with no additional equipment, training, or services.
2. A predeployment materiel fielding assessment (survey) is not recommended.
3. The purchasing country will be capable of assimilating this major item/weapon system within its current
logistical infrastructure and capability after delivery of the equipment, training, or services requested.
4. An in-country survey is recommended.
5. Other comments.
E. Describe logistical improvements needed or desired. Use a separate page if necessary.
F. List communications available or required (AUTOVON, AUTODIN, dataphone, etc.).
SAO Desk Officer:
Office symbol:
AUTOVON/Commercial phone:
Date:
SECTION II
USASAC
Country
Weapon System/Item
Case Designator
A. An automated printout of customer assessment was requested on
(date)
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B. USASAC has reviewed the DA Form BBBB-R, Section I, and taken the following actions:
1. Advised U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) on
of requests for training and
training-related requirements.
(date)
2. Tasked the major subordinate command (MSC) to develop a Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) and provided a copy of
the completed DA Form BBBB-R, Section I, on
; advised MSC of special requirements and considerations as
follows: (list)
(date)
3. Notified the construction agent, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, of facility requirements on
.
(date)
4. Provided AMSAC-O a copy of DA Form BBBB-R, Section I, and advised of case requirements, for CLSSA, blanket order,
and International Logistics Communications System (ILCS) on
.
(date)
C. Based on information received to this time, an assessment survey is
is not
considered necessary.
D. Suspense date for receipt of LOA is
.
(date)
CPM
AUTOVON/Commercial Phone
Date
SECTION III
MSC
MSC's will complete DA Form BBBB-R, Section III, and furnish it, with an LOA, to Headquarters, USASAC, for all cases involving
major weapon systems and items subject to TPA considerations. This checklist is required for all initial introductions of major
weapon systems.
Country
Weapon System/Item
Case Designator
A. This case has been formulated in accordance with the TPA. The elements checked below are required and included
in this case:
Req.
Incl.
Req.
Incl.
1. Petroleum, oil, and lubricants.
9. Concurrent spare parts
(list,
indicating 1 or 2 years.)
2. Calibration services/test measurement
and diagnostic equipment.
3. Publications.
10. Common and special tools/tool sets/
test sets.
4. Quality assurance team.
11. Maintenance float.
5. Ancillary equipment.
12. Consolidated shipment.
6. Basic issue items.
13. Training aids/devices.
7. Communications/electronics equipment
(radios, accessory kits, etc.).
14. Training ammunition.
8. Power generators.
15. Basic ammunition load.
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Req.
Incl.
Req.
Incl.
16. War reserve ammunition.
21. Stockpile reliability and assessment.
17. Support cases.
(list)
22. Maintenance allocation charts.
23. Facilities.
24. Cold weather requirements.
18. Tech assistance (contractor).
25. Are training, services, or other items required
19. Specialized training cases.
that have not been offered? Explain.
20. Specialized software.
B. Respond to the following statements with yes, no, not applicable (NA), or other comment, as appropriate.
1. The purchaser's previous experience with similar foreign or U.S. equipment has been taken into consideration
during preparation of this case.
2. This LOA has been tailored to the tactical organization and concept of employment and operation of the foreign
unit being equipped.
3. This offer has been tailored to the logistics concepts, organization, and methods of operation of the foreign entity
being equipped.
4. Coordination with Security Assistance Training Field Activity (SATFA) has been accomplished to ensure
development of appropriate delivery schedules and training plans.
5. The purchaser's existing in-country maintenance capability and facilities are adequate to support this major
item/system.
6. Program management line has been developed and included in this case.
7. Replacement and modernization sales have been identified.
8. A repair and return case is required.
C. Describe anticipated problems or requirements for information or assistance in addition to the data provided above.
Use a separate page if required.
D. Describe any special requirements or unusual maintenance concepts/levels mandated by this system or item. Use a
separate page if required.
E. List any items for which diversion is required.
F. I certify that DA Form BBBB-R, Section I, from U. S. personnel in the customer country has been considered in
formulating this case.
Command Case Manager
Office Symbol
AUTOVON/Commercial Phone
Date
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