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MIL STD

(MILitary STandarD) A detailed technical specification for a product that is purchased by a U.S. military agency.
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Alion will provide rapid design, engineering, fabrication and testing of ISR components and systems that have met Technology Readiness Level 6 maturity, a Department of Defense standard of how ready a technology is for testing or use.
MIL-STD-882E: Department of Defense Standard Practice-System Safety.
For example, Cerakote[TM] manufactures two brown coatings engineered to meet the specifications set forth by the Australian Defense Force as outlined in the Australian Defense Standard DEF(AUST) 87462.
ExaGrid's Secure Erase is fully compliant with Department of Defense standard (DoD 5220-22-M) and National Institute of Standards and Technology standard (NIST SP800-88).
Among the various types of coatings used to benchmark were a pair of proprietary materials: DCA, a modified silicone conformal coating and HPA, a transparent acrylic conformal coating, which between them have military, defense standard and UL approvals.
Built and tested to the MIL-STD-810F United States Department of Defense standard, the ML910 Rugged Notebook offers an Intel(R) Core(TM) Duo 1.
The modem is the new Department of Defense standard for high-speed satellite communications at fixed sites, on Navy ships, and for the future Wideband Global System (formerly Wideband Gapfiller).
And we're going to move to--for instance, we're moving to defense standard programs for personnel, human resources, for finance.
The systems included the Defense Standard System (DSS) at DDNV, the Logistics Customer Asset Visibility (LCAV) system at MPC and Relational Supply (R-Supply) on board the USS Nassau.
Developing a Department of Defense standard is a key now, he said.
It is this high level of cooperation between bases and local communities that has made the program not only a success but a Department of Defense standard.
Department of Defense standard for electronic records management systems.

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