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Military Specifications

 

Military Specifications

Review our Security Document Hierarchy chart to see the hierarchical order of security documents and their authorizing entities.

MIL-DTL-29181C, Hasp, High Security, Shrouded, for High and Medium Security Padlock, 10 March 1998.
 
MIL-DTL-43607J, w/Amendment 1, Padlock, Key Operated, High Security, Shrouded Shackle, 29 July 2010.
 
MIL-DTL-24653A, Hasp, High Security, Shrouded, for Shipboard Doors and Hatches Using High and Medium Security Padlock, General Specification For, 28 July 2020.
 
MIL-DTL-24653/1A(SH), Hasp, High Security, Shrouded, For Shipboard Doors and Hatches Using High Security Padlock, Style 1 (for left-hand or right-hand hinged doors swinging out to open), 28 July 2020
 
MIL-DTL-24653/2A(SH), Hasp, High Security, Shrouded, For Shipboard Doors and Hatches Using High Security Padlock, Style 2 (for left-hand or right-hand hinged armored doors swinging out to open), 28 July 2020
 
MIL-DTL-24653/3A(SH), Hasp, High Security, Shrouded, For Shipboard Doors and Hatches Using High Security Padlock, Style 3 (for watertight hatches), 28 July 2020
 
MIL-DTL-24653/4A(SH), Hasp, High Security, Shrouded, For Shipboard Doors and Hatches Using High Security Padlock, Style 4 (for watertight scuttles), 28 July 2020
 
MIL-DTL-24653/5A(SH), Hasp, High Security, Shrouded, For Shipboard Doors and Hatches Using High Security Padlock, Style 5 (for left-hand or right-hand hinged quick acting watertight doors swinging in to open), 28 July 2020
 
MIL-DTL-24653/6A(SH), Hasp, High Security, Shrouded, For Shipboard Doors and Hatches Using High Security Padlock, Style 6 (for left-hand or right-hand hinged doors swinging in to open), 28 July 2020
 
MIL-H-43905, NOTICE 2, Notice of Cancellation, Hasps, High Security Padlocks, 22 May 2000.  This document cancels Military Specification MIL-H-43905C and refers to MIL-DTL-29181.
 
MIL-S-901D, Shock Tests, H.I. (High-Impact) Shipboard Machinery, Equipment, And Systems, Requirements For, 17 March 1989.
 
MIL-STD-167-1A, Department Of Defense Test Method Standard, Mechanical Vibrations Of Shipboard Equipment (Type I – Environmental And Type Ii – Internally Excited), 2 November 2005.
 

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