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UFC 3-120-01 - AIR FORCE SIGN STANDARD Organization: UFC
Date: 2003-02-06
Description: This eliminates visual clutter and results in an efficient, cost effective and attractive system that enhances the quality of life and creates a unified professional appearance for all Air Force installations. The applicability of this document is limited to the United States Air Force.
NAVY - OPNAV 11012.4 - (N46) IMPLEMENTATION OF THE U.S. NAVY INSTALLATION APPEARANCE GUIDE (IAG) Organization: NAVY
Date: 2008-05-21
Description: This instruction applies to all Navy-controlled lands, shore facilities and installations, including Navy operations support centers, in the U.S. and abroad and to all Joint Base supported components and tenants including, but not limited to: Navy systems commands; Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED); commissaries and base exchanges; Marine Corps; Air Force; Army; Department of Defense Educational Agency; and Federal and non-federal organizations, hereinafter referred to collectively as "Navy Installations".
FORD WSS-M1J216-A - PAINT, AIR OR FORCED DRYING, FUEL TANKS ***TO BE USED WITH FORD WSS-M99P1111-A*** Organization: FORD
Date: 2012-06-25
Description: The material defined by this specification is an air drying or force drying paint. It is essentially for providing fuel tanks with improved cosmetic appearance, and enhancing the resistance performance of the substrate material.
DOC - 15 CFR PART 272 - MARKING OF TOY, LOOK-ALIKE AND IMITATION FIREARMS Organization: DOC
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: This part does not apply to: (a) Non-firing collector replica antique firearms, which look authentic and may be a scale model but are not intended as toys modelled on real firearms designed, manufactured, and produced prior to 1898; (b) Traditional B–B, paint-ball, or pellet-firing air guns that expel a projectile through the force of compressed air, compressed gas or mechanical spring action, or any combination thereof, as described in American Society for Testing and Materials standard F 589–85, Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Non-Powder Guns, June 28, 1985.
DOC - 15 CFR PART 1150 - MARKING OF TOY, LOOK-ALIKE AND IMITATION FIREARMS Organization: DOC
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: This part does not apply to: (a) Non-firing collector replica antique firearms, which look authentic and may be a scale model but are not intended as toys modelled on real firearms designed, manufactured, and produced prior to 1898; (b) Traditional B-B, paint-ball, or pellet-firing air guns that expel a projectile through the force of compressed air, compressed gas or mechanical spring action, or any combination thereof, as described in American Society for Testing and Materials standard F 589–85, Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Non-Powder Guns, June 28, 1985.
DOC - 15 CFR PART 272 - MARKING OF TOY, LOOK-ALIKE AND IMITATION FIREARMS Organization: DOC
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This part does not apply to: (a) Non-firing collector replica antique firearms, which look authentic and may be a scale model but are not intended as toys modelled on real firearms designed, manufactured, and produced prior to 1898; (b) Traditional B–B, paint-ball, or pellet-firing air guns that expel a projectile through the force of compressed air, compressed gas or mechanical spring action, or any combination thereof, as described in American Society for Testing and Materials standard F 589–85, Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Non-Powder Guns, June 28, 1985.
JSA - JIS L 1096 - TESTING METHODS FOR WOVEN AND KNITTED FABRICS Organization: JSA
Date: 2010-06-21
Description: NOTE 2 The International Standards corresponding to this Standard and the symbol of degree of correspondence are as follows: ISO 3071: 2005 Textiles-Determination of pH of aqueous extract ISO 3801: 1977 Textiles-Woven fabrics-Determination of mass per unit length and mass per unit area ISO 5084: 1996 Textiles-Determination of thickness of textiles and textile products ISO 7211-1: 1984 Textiles-Woven fabrics-Construction-Methods of analysis-Part 1: Methods for the presentation of a weave diagram and plans for drafting, denting and lifting ISO 7211-2: 1984 Textiles-Woven fabrics-Construction-Methods of analysis-Part 2: Determination of number of threads per unit length ISO 7211-3: 1984 Textiles-Woven fabrics-Construction-Methods of analysis-Part 3: Determination of crimp of yarn in fabric ISO 7211-4: 1984 Textiles-Woven fabrics-Construction-Methods of analysis-Part 4: Determination of twist in yarn removed from fabric ISO 7211-5: 1984 Textiles-Woven fabrics-Construction-Methods of analysis-Part 5: Determination of linear density of yarn removed from fabric ISO 7211-6: 1984 Textiles-Woven fabrics-Construction-Methods of analysis-Part 6: Determination of the mass of warp and weft per unit area of fabric ISO 7768: 2009 Textiles-Test method for assessing the smoothness appearance of fabrics after cleansing ISO 9237: 1995 Textiles-Determination of the permeability of fabrics to air ISO 13934-1: 1999 Textiles-Tensile properties of fabrics-Part 1: Determination of maximum force and elongation at maximum force using the strip method ISO 13934-2: 1999 Textiles-Tensile properties of fabrics-Part 2: Determination of maximum force using the grab method ISO 13936-1: 2004 Textiles-Determination of the slippage resistance of yarns at a seam in woven fabrics-Part 1: Fixed seam opening method ISO 13936-2: 2004 Textiles-Determination of the slippage resistance of yarns at a seam in woven fabrics-Part 2: Fixed load method ISO 13936-3: 2005 Textiles-Determination of the slippage resistance of yarns at a seam in woven fabrics-Part 3: Needle clamp method ISO 13937-1: 2000 Textiles-Tear properties of fabrics-Part 1: Determination of tear force using ballistic pendulum method (Elmendorf) ISO 13938-1: 1999 Textiles-Bursting properties of fabrics-Part 1: Hydraulic method for determination of bursting strength and bursting distension ISO 22198: 2006 Textiles-Fabrics-Determination of width and length (Overall evaluation: MOD) In addition, symbols which denote the degree of correspondence in the contents between the relevant International Standards and JIS are IDT (identical), MOD (modified), and NEQ (not equivalent) according to ISO/lEC Guide 21-1.
NAVY - NAVSEAI 4790.8 - (SER 04-402/107) SHIPS' MAINTENANCE AND MATERIAL MANAGEMENT (3-M) MANUAL Organization: NAVY
Date: 2013-03-14
Description: Ships , service craft and small boats manned by civilian crews are also exempted from this instruction unless approved by the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) as specified in reference (a) . b . In addition to the change in appearance of this maintenance manual , there are significant changes in content to comply with OPNAV policy concerning shipboard maintenance.
API PUBL 4261 - ALCOHOLS AND ETHERS A TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT OF THEIR APPLICATION AS FUELS AND FUEL COMPONENTS - THIRD EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2001-06-01
Description: The transportation fuels industry has been shaped by six important events since the issuing of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977: a) the increased use of alcohols as blending components, b) the appearance of marketplace concerns resulting from the misuse of alcohols as blending components, c) the implementation of federal environmental regulations covering the composition of motor fuels, d) the onset of federal regulations requiring the use of oxygenates, e) the use of several different ethers as fuel components, and f) the ban on MTBE in California by 2002.
DODD 6200.03 CE-02 - PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Organization: DODD
Date: 2013-10-02
Description: Implements Federal human quarantine regulation (parts 70 and 71 of Reference (h)) and supersedes those portions of Army Regulation 40-12/Secretary of the Navy Instruction 6210.2A/Air Force Regulation 161-4 (Reference (m)), relevant to human quarantine.
DOD - UFC 2-100-01 - INSTALLATION MASTER PLANNING Organization: DOD
Date: 2012-05-15
Description: The processes, products, tools, and strategies in this UFC apply to the preparation of master plans for all United States Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps permanent installations and reserve component locations in the United States, its territories, and overseas (see 10 USC 2801 (c)(4) for the definition of a military installation).
AA WATP23 - WELDING ALUMINUM: THEORY AND PRACTICE - FOURTH EDITION Organization: AA
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: Overhead highway signs, lighting poles and protective railings are common on our highways. Aluminum for these applications offers good appearance, durability, and ease of handling during assembly.

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