military specification


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military specification

[′mil·i‚ter·ē ‚spes·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(ordnance)
A procurement specification promulgated by the military agencies and used for the procurement of military supplies and equipment.
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Military specifications are viewed by DESC as the least preferred method to procure fuels.
We knew that we had a much wider pool of suppliers in the commercial jet[fuel] market than we had in the military specification fuel market.
Powered by a military specification energy cell, the unit uses Satellite GPS, Cellular and Internet technology to report the status of its container to PC-based customer tracking centers.
Army's specification tactical injector will be used by contractors to provide military specification JP-8 fuel.
The QPL for the new military specification can be viewed at: http://www.
Led by Lockheed Martin, the AOA program aims to move Aegis from a custom, military specification system to an open architecture through integration of commercial computing technology, allowing the Navy to install software and other technology upgrades faster and cheaper throughout the life of the Aegis fleet.
By combining the characteristics of new X-Band satellites and our heritage of designing to military specification requirements and maximizing highly reliable COTS technology, we have achieved that goal.
William Perry emphasizing commercial practices and products while simultaneously departing from the traditional military specification system.
Parametric searching allows the engineer to locate devices by characteristics like connection type, capacitance, working voltage, temperature range, and military specification or style.
RFID Expediter provides custom encoded military specification RFID labels for customers to apply to cases and pallets shipped to DoD depots.
This is achieved by housing a state of the art GSM/satellite electronics module and military specification energy pack inside the RoadBOSS(TM) GTS.

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