MILSPEC

AcronymDefinition
MILSPECMilitary Specification
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"Now, achieving approval for QMaxx MilSpec CLP is the icing on the cake that proves our performance under the toughest conditions."
If the 2-stage trigger of the Bren is normal "milspec" in the Czech Republic, my hat's off to CZ.
AAMSI is a Boeing licensed structural parts manufacturer for the F-18 and CH-47 platforms while Milspec Services is a long-established supplier of logistical services and spares support to the Australian Defence sector.
A MilSpec firearm and its components must be evaluated and certified by the government for it to be Mil-Spec.
It features a MilSpec MIL-STD-1913 rail interface the full length of the 12 o'clock position with every other interface numbered T2 (Top 1) to T16 and T20 to T38.
Fuels: The Navy continues testing and certification of advanced alternative fuels to expand the available fuel sources that meet military fuel specifications (MILSPEC).
Torque is built to Military Standard 810G (MilSpec) to withstand dust, shock, vibration, solar radiation, humidity, blowing rain, low pressure, salt fog and extreme temperatures, along with IP67 standards for dust, sprayed water and full immersion up to one meter deep for up to 30 minutes.
Heysen said the most attractive feature Meshblox offers to the mining industry is the confidence its IP65 (NEMA 4) rated container provides along with its triple airlock clean-room and MilSpec cooling systems.
Other specifications include Intel HD 4000 graphics, up to 8GB of RAM, and milspec durability standards.
The task is more challenging due to many factors unique to the AFRICOM AOR, including a very limited commercial vendor base, fragile petroleum infrastructure, and only one location on the entire continent, which stores DoD military specification (MILSPEC) petroleum products.
The most common problem with PMS monitors is step 1b, "Presented the correct tools, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) parts (NSN), material (Military Specification (MILSPEC)) and test equipment (Calibrated)".
Airmen who deploy to war zones, for instance, are stuck with technology that originated in the "ancient milspec environment," Lord says.