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NPFC - MIL-STD-2131

LAUNCHER, EJECTION, GUIDED MISSILE AIRCRAFT, GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA FOR

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 16 December 1991
Status: active
Page Count: 40
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The purpose of this document is to provide guidelines for establishing general criteria for the design, development, construction, maintenance and testing of an ejection launcher. This standard is applicable to all missile suspension systems. However, it is assumed that all new missile developments will employ a 14-inch or 30-inch missile suspension system as defined in MIL-A-8591. The launcher shall provide for the carriage, service and power ejection release of an airborne guided missile with either a nuclear or conventional warhead from tactical aircraft in flight.

intended Use:

The intended use of this standard is to provide guidelines for establishing criteria for the design, development, construction, maintenance, and testing of an ejection launcher.

Document History

August 23, 2019
Launcher, Ejection, Guided Missile, Aircraft, General Design Criteria for
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MIL-STD-2131
December 16, 1991
LAUNCHER, EJECTION, GUIDED MISSILE AIRCRAFT, GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA FOR
The purpose of this document is to provide guidelines for establishing general criteria for the design, development, construction, maintenance and testing of an ejection launcher. This standard is...
December 20, 1985
LAUNCHER, EJECTION, GUIDED MISSILE AIRCRAFT, GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA FOR
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April 4, 1983
LAUNCHER, EJECTION, GUIDED MISSILE AIRCRAFT, GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA FOR
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