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Military Standard

Military Standard (MIL Standard) refers to hardware specs outlined by the United States Department of Defense. 

Standardization documents are developed and used for products, materials, and processes that have multiple applications to promote commonality and interoperability among the Military Departments and the Defense Agencies and between the United States and its allies, and to limit the variety of items in the military supply system. The Acquisition Streamlining and Standardization Information System (ASSIST) database identifies approved defense and federal standardization documents, adopted non-government standards (NGS), and U.S. ratified materiel International Standardization Agreements (ISAs). Standardization documents include:

  1. NGS developed under the consensus procedures of private sector standards organizations.
  2. Materiel ISAs developed within NATO and other multinational security bodies and ratified by the United States.
  3. Commercial item descriptions (CIDs) and federal specifications and standards developed in accordance with the consensus procedures of the Federal Standardization Manual.
  4. Defense specifications, standards, and handbooks developed in accordance with the consensus procedures established in the DSP Procedures, DOD Manual 4120.24.

MIL 1330 REV. E

MIL-STD-1330E, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STANDARD PRACTICE: PRECISION CLEANING AND TESTING OF SHIPBOARD OXYGEN, HELIUM, HELIUM-OXYGEN, NITROGEN, AND HYDROGEN SYSTEMS (16-May-2022). This standard provides the requirements for precision cleaning and testing of oxygen and oxygen-enriched systems and components. Gas systems that interface with oxygen are also included in this standard. Oxygen generating plants, their systems, and components fall within the scope of this document. Each activity will
implement the applicable requirements of this document through a locally prepared and approved procedure. Activities subject to additional quality assurance requirements such as those required in SS800-AG-MAN-010/P-9290 or SS521-AA-MAN-010 will obtain procedure approval from the applicable certifying activity.




This specification covers electrodeposited gold plating on metallic surfaces. It is superseded by MIL-DTL-45204D.


This specification covers .005 uncoated aluminum foil.