MILSTDMilitary Standard
MILSTDMake It Like it Says in The Drawing :-)
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Friendly and enemy obstacles are assigned obstacle numbers based on the obstacle-naming convention in Field Manual (FM) 90-7, Combined Arms Obstacle Integration, and hazard locations will be displayed on tactical map backgrounds using color schemes and symbology shown in FM 101-5-1, Operational Terms and Graphics, and Military Standard (MILSTD) 2525B, Common Warfighting Symbology.
At first, this may seem like a frivolous and unnecessary capability, but any soldier who has ever tried to find a military standard (MilStd 25-25b (3)) symbol for a cocaine lab, car bombing, or mass protest demonstration will immediately recognize the need for better information presentation tools.
It's qualified to MILSTD 810E for heart-stopping shock loads of 40 Gs and random vibration of nearly 6 Grms.
Agency approvals include UL, FM, FDA, CSA, AGA, TUV, VDE, MILSTD. DIN and JIS calibration curves.
All Chaff and Flares offered must comply to STANAG 4687 or MILSTD 810 or equivalent standard;
The Su-30MKI has two MilStd 1553B data buses, however, so it is not difficult to integrate a variety of existing targeting pods with the aircraft.
This is a KeyMod handguard, with a continuous MILSTD 1913 T-marked rail along the top and KeyMod attachment points along the length of the handguard at the 3, 6 and 9 o'clock positions.
Steyr Mannlicher of Austria modified its Aug bullpup rifle, originally equipped with a 1.5x scope, into the Aug A2 version, where the optical sight can be removed allowing the quick attachment of a MILSTD 1913 rail.
It ,was connected to the MilStd 1553B databus, enabling it to be slaved to the radar, which can direct the FLIR towards a detected naval object.
Panther ERD/ short message serivce/ Panther P multiple access Panther H intelligent frequency hooper Panther P short message service/multiple simultaneous access Panther V short message service/multiple simultaneous access Syncal 2000 ALE to MilStd 181 General Notes:
McNally, USAF, stated: "On June 29, 1994, Perry issued a directive that outlined a preference for performance and commercial specifications over MILSPECs and MILSTDs."