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MIL-M-36954C NOT 1

Mask, Surgical, Disposable (S/S By A-A-54372, A-A-54435, And A-A-51070)

Document Status: Cancelled. Information and documents presented here are works of the U.S. Government and are not subject to copyright protection in the U.S. The source of these documents is the U.S. Department of Defense


MIL-STD-3056

Chemical, Biological,áand Radiological System Contamination Survivability Design Criteria for

This standard provides Chemical, Biological, and Radiological contamination survivability (CBR CS) requirements and guidance to enable materiel developers to design military systems to be chemical, biological, and radiological (CBR) contamination survivable. References to guidance for infrastructure requirements are also included. Hereinafter, ôsystems" includes military systems and infrastructure.


A-A-51070A

Mask, Surgical

This Commercial Item Description covers a disposable, cupped, nonwoven fabric surgical mask.


MIL-STD-282(4)

Filter Units, Protective Clothing, Gas-Mask Components And Related Products: Performance-Test Methods (With Changes 1 Thru 4)

Information and documents presented here are works of the U.S. Government and are not subject to copyright protection in the U.S. The source of these documents is the U.S. Department of Defense


QPL-AMS2644-4

Inspection Material, Penetrant

Information and documents presented here are works of the U.S. Government and are not subject to copyright protection in the U.S. The source of these documents is the U.S. Department of Defense


A-A-54372A

Mask, Surgical (Pleated)

Information and documents presented here are works of the U.S. Government and are not subject to copyright protection in the U.S. The source of these documents is the U.S. Department of Defense


A-A-54435

Mask, Surgical (Non-Woven Fabric, Pouch)

Information and documents presented here are works of the U.S. Government and are not subject to copyright protection in the U.S. The source of these documents is the U.S. Department of Defense



DI-ADMN-81306

Program Protection Implementation Plan (PPIP)

This plan outlines and defines the contractor's implementation of the Government developed Program Protection Plan (PPP). The PPIP is the principle communications means for validation and approval by the DoD or Component Program Manager of the specific methods used by the contractor to (1) identify the means chosen to the PPP at contractor, sub-contractor, vendor controlled locations and (2) provide protection inputs to the system acquisition process. The principle purpose is to provide a method to ensure effective and efficient protection of essential program information, technologies and systems regardless of their location.


MIL-DTL-83133K

Turbine Fuel, Aviation, Kerosene Type, JP-8 (NATO F-34), NATO F-35, and JP-8+100 (NATO F-37)

This specification covers three grades of kerosene type aviation turbine fuel, JP-8 (NATO F-34), NATO F-35, and JP-8+100 (NATO F-37). Synthesized hydrocarbons from new sources require specific guidance that is outside the scope of MIL-DTL-83133. This guidance is found in ASTM D7566.


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