There a variety of Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programs managed by the AFSAC that support the development and execution of cases worldwide.



WWRS is a tri-service program designed to transfer fully serviceable materiel from one Foreign Military Sales (FMS) country to another.  The program also supports the U.S. Air Force, Navy, and Army, as well as the Defense Logistics Agency, in locating hard to find parts.

Often referred to as the “eBay of FMS,” WWRS, managed by the Air Force Security Assistance and Cooperation (AFSAC) Directorate, allows FMS Partner Nations to recoup funds from excess FMS/DCS acquired inventory.  If a country has excess supply of serviceable spare parts or equipment for an FMS/DCS acquired weapon system, they can sell it anonymously to another country or USG organization using the WWRS program.

How WWRS Works:
  • Step 1: The selling Partner Nation submits a letter of request to the AFSAC Country Team to sell excess equipment using a Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA).  The LOA is offered to the Partner Nation for signature.
  • Step 2:  The WWRS Team lists inventory for sale on its website once the LOA is signed and funded by the Partner Nation.
  • Step 3:  The buying Partner Nation submits an online order for the required materiel using a blanket order spares or equipment LOA. (USG orgs fund order with MIPR).
  • Step 4:  The selling Partner Nation ships materiel to be inspected for quality assurance and country confidentiality before shipping to buying Partner Nation.
  • Step 5:  Once shipment to buying Partner Nation occurs, the WWRS Team collects payment from buying Partner Nation on behalf of selling Partner Nation using a special billing process with DFAS.



AFSAC provides an automated interface that allows for tailored replacement and development of ad hoc FMS data reports and queries. Using Tableau, the AFSAC Analytics team provides Data Visualization and Analytics (DVA) support, leveraging automated interfaces to allow for near real-time refresh of data flows with data extracted from systems including Defense Security Assistance Management System (DSAMS), Case Management Control System (CMCS), Security Assistance Management Information Systems (SAMIS), and Enterprise Case Portal (ECP), enabling near real-time understanding of FMS processes and providing actionable decision information for users.


Supplementing the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), the Parts Repair Ordering System (PROS) managed by the Air Force Security Assistance and Cooperation (AFSAC) Directorate allows USAF Partner Nations to procure non-standard parts and services they require to operate weapon systems of U.S. origin.

How PROS Works:
  • Step 1:  The USAF Partner Nation submits a request for non-standard parts and services into the Security Assistance Management Information System (SAMIS).
  • Step 2:  The AFSAC Directorate and its contractor partner S&K Aerospace process the order.
  • Step 3:  Overseen by the AFSAC Directorate, S&K Aerospace works with the USAF Partner Nation to fulfill the non-standard requisition.