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A Primer for DoD Reliability, Maintainability, Safety, and Logistics Standards

Report Number: PRIM-92
Author: Fuqua, Norman B.
Corporate Author: Reliability Analysis Center
Date of Publication: 1991-10
Pages: 516
Contract: F30602-91-C-0002
AD Number: ADA259870

This publication provides brief resumes of the most pertinent military specifications, standards and handbooks dealing with reliability, maintainability, safety and logistics (R, M, S and L). It is addressed to program managers and other individuals who need to get a good quick overview of the most important applicable military documents in the field. It provides the user with a single reference guide to the applicability and use of the most pertinent R, M, S, and L documents, thereby avoiding the separate ordering and review of each document to determine its application to his program. This feature should be especially helpful in proposal writing effort by relatively new companies in the field, or companies who may be familiar with government contracting procedures.

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