MIL STD


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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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The coordination draft of MIL STD 499C (USAF) was released on March 24, 2005, with the intent that it be made available for use by all departments and agencies of the DoD.
Although it was never approved for DoD use, current members of the acquisition community have been exposed to concepts and artifacts from the coordination draft of MIL STD 499B, including the legacy systems engineering process model used by DAU in its courses today.
MIL STD 3001 and its related schemas like MIL-M-81210F and MIL-PRF-87268A have evolved over the past decade to help technical writers develop conventional documentation and Interactive Electronic Training Manuals (IETM) often geared towards military use, but are beginning to see adoption in the commercial sector as well.