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A United States defense standard, often called a military standard, "MIL-STD", "MIL-SPEC", or (informally) "MilSpecs", is used to help achieve standardization objectives by the . Department of Defense. Standardization is beneficial in achieving interoperability, ensuring products meet certain requirements, commonality, reliability, total cost of ownership, compatibility with logistics systems, and similar defense-related objectives.
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This first military standard acceptance is the last step prior to the aircraft acceptance of MSN7, the first serial aircraft, by the French Defence Procurement Agency DGA and its subsequent delivery to the French Air Force in the coming days. The common basis for military certification was approved on 19 July following a recommendation by representatives of the seven launch nations known as the Certification and Qualification Committee (CQC).
International Global World Defence army military security industry news. This has included improved tactical vehicles for the New Zealand Special Operations Forces, and the introduction of the MARS-L rifle as the standard individual weapon of the New Zealand Defence Force. Jul. 3. French Defense Minister Florence Parly to receive first VBMR Griffon armored vehicle. On July 4, Mrs Florence Parly, French minister of Defense, will visit the French armored vehicles manufacturer Nexter in its Satory plant for the official reception of the first 6x6 multi-role armored vehicle designated VBMR Griffon.
Czech deputy defence minister Martin Bartak today signed a contract on the supply of 107 Pandur II armoured personnel carriers (APC) from the Austrian firm Steyr to the Czech military with representatives of the General Dynamics group, of which Steyr is part. The first 17 Pandurs are ready and they should be supplied in mid-2009. The Czech military wanted a total of 72 APCs in the standard version, 11 in commander's version, 16 Pandurs in two forms of the reconnaissance version and four in modifications for health care and engineering purposes. Czech Defence Industry Association president Jiri Hynek told CTK today that Czechs companies would gain some 4000 jobs thanks to the completion of APCs.
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