military requirement


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military requirement

[′mil·i‚ter·ē ri′kwīr·mənt]
(ordnance)
The statement of a recognized and approved need for a new item, a weapons system, or an assemblage for military use.
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The Silicon Graphics(R) Onyx2(R) visualization systems used in the SBIRS mobile ground stations require modification to meet military requirements for form, fit and function.
It cuts development time and cost by taking commercially available products, and modifying them to meet military requirements.
Consider the close proximity of Cardiff International Airport, of RAF St Athan with its military requirements for air tests, of Bristol and the increased traffic of its Lulsgate airport.
Given a set of military requirements for routing in MANETs, NIST researchers developed criteria for evaluating MANETs.
The treaty, known as a Framework Agreement, will improve co-operation on security of supply, export procedures, handling of classified information, treatment of technical information, research and technology and harmonisation of military requirements.
US and European defense companies should have equal opportunities to meet the military requirements of all NATO member governments, Vance Coffman, chairman and CEO of Lockheed Martin Corp said at a recent industry symposium.
It also establishes a rational basis for allocating national resources, preventing constant crisis, determining military requirements, and justifying the use or nonuse of the military under particular circumstances.
Hingham, MA 02043 (617) 740-2020 Richard Mastromatteo, President Woodford Garrigus, Technical Service Equipment: Three #3 Banburies, two 84" mills, three 60" mills, 40" mill, two refiners, 10", 8", 6" and 4" extruders Mixing capabilities: Specialty polymers including fluoroelastomer, fluorosilicone and silicone; specification compounding to meet ASTM, SAE, and Military requirements to FKM & FVMQ & Special alloys of FKM offered Capacity: 7.
Here is how Thomas Dashiell, the environmental expert in the Office of the Secretary of Defense explained it: Before the military uses any weapon in a test situation, "we do a whole series of tests to ensure that they meet military requirements, and that they're not harmful from the occupational, safety, and health aspects.
This solution will clearly be a paradigm shift in available power for on board military requirements.
The panel will discuss future military requirements for mobility networks by international government, military and civil space sectors and the impact these requirements have on the business and technology plans of equipment manufacturers, service providers and satellite operators.
The impact condition represents a severe but survivable condition under both civilian and military requirements.

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