MIL-STD-454 › Standard General Requirements for Electronic Equipment (Superseded by MIL-HDBK-454)
Standard General Requirements for Electronic Equipment (Superseded by MIL-HDBK-454)
This standard covers the common requirements to be used in military specifications for electronic equipment.
This standard was the technical baseline for the design and construction of electronic equipment for the Department of Defense for many years. Back in the day when I first took over Document Center, Silicon Valley still supported a lot of government contract work so this was one of our big sellers! In 1995, the document was cancelled and the contents were renumbered MIL-HDBK-454. The handbook remains alive as a guidance document only, and can not be referenced as a requirement in any government contract.
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REV N CANCELLATION 4
May 4, 1995