military characteristics


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military characteristics

[′mil·i‚ter·ē ‚kar·ik·tə′ris·tiks]
(ordnance)
Those characteristics of equipment found desirable or necessary to the performance of a military mission, either combat or noncombat.
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Sound military characteristics must be written to guide development toward end products that will be of maximum military utility.
In 1945, the military characteristics were revised--attaching to an oxygen supply was eliminated.
One of the doctrine's distinguishing characteristics is that military forces take on police functions, while police forces take on military characteristics.
At first Margadant describes French towns of various sizes, tabulating them according to their administrative, judicial economic, and military characteristics.
Armies were now maintained on a permanent rather than a seasonal basis; armed forces were integrated more closely into society, which itself began to adopt some military characteristics such as a concern for order and regulated obedience.
It will now be able to perform in a cellular manner for mobility and data rates, but still retains required military characteristics such as resistance to jamming, encryption, and the absence of a single point of failure for the network.
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