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Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel" Pts 1 - 5 (& 6)

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From Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 1: Control and Management: Issue 3:

Revision

Part 4 of the standard has been amended to include the supplementary '02' chapters aligned to Part 6.
Part 6 issued.
The content of this part of the standard has been revised to include previously published material.

Defence Standard 00-35 was previously published as a complete document as Issue 2 and is now
issued in separate parts to facilitate easier reference, amendment and distribution.

Defence Standard 00-35 comprises six Parts with each Part being divided into Sections and Chapters.
The six Parts are:

Part 1 Control and Management

Part 2 Environmental Engineering Rationales

Part 3 Environmental Test Methods

Part 4 Natural Environments

Part 5 Induced Mechanical Environments

Part 6 Induced Climatic, Chemical and Biological Environments

From Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 1: Control and Management: Issue 4

REVISION NOTE
This standard is raised to Issue 4 to update its content.

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Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 1: Control and Management: Issue 3 DEF STAN 00-35 (Part 1)/3 1999-05-07 955.28 KB   DOWNLOAD!
Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 1: Control and Management: Issue 4 DEF STAN 00-35 (Part 1)/4 2006-09-18 839.47 KB   DOWNLOAD!
Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 2: Environmental Trials Programme Derivation and Assessment Methodologies: Issue 4 DEF STAN 00-35 (Part 2)/4 2006-09-18 1.3 MB   DOWNLOAD!
Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 3: Environmental Test Methods: Issue 3 DEF STAN 00-35 (Part 3)/3 1999-05-07 3.52 MB   DOWNLOAD!
Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 3: Environmental Test Methods: Issue 4 DEF STAN 00-35 (Part 3)/4 2006-09-18 4.71 MB   DOWNLOAD!
Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 4: Natural Environments: Issue 3 DEF STAN 00-35 (Part 4)/3 1999-05-07 6.07 MB   DOWNLOAD!
Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 4: Natural Environments: Issue 4 DEF STAN 00-35 (Part 4)/4 2006-09-18 5.81 MB   DOWNLOAD!
Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 5: Induced Mechanical Environments: Issue 4 DEF STAN 00-35 (Part 5)/4 2006-09-18 5.1 MB   DOWNLOAD!
Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 6: Induced Climatic, Chemical and Biological Environments: Issue 3 DEF STAN 00-35 (Part 6)/3 2000-04 1.32 MB   DOWNLOAD!
Def Stan 00-35: "Environmental Handbook for Defence Materiel": Part No: 6: Induced Climatic, Chemical and Biological Environments: Issue 4 DEF STAN 00-35 (Part 6)/4 2006-09-18 1.53 MB   DOWNLOAD!

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)

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From http://www.darpa.mil/about.html:

DARPA is the research and development office for the U.S. Department of Defense. DARPA’s mission is to maintain technological superiority of the U.S. military and prevent technological surprise from harming our national security. We also create technological surprise for our adversaries.

DARPA funds unique and innovative research through the private sector, academic and other non-profit organizations as well as government labs.

DARPA research runs the gamut from conducting scientific investigations in a laboratory, to building full-scale prototypes of military systems. We fund research in biology, medicine, computer science, chemistry, physics, engineering, mathematics, material sciences, social sciences, neuroscience, and more.

From Wikipedia: DARPA:

Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is an agency of the United States Department of Defense responsible for the development of new technology for use by the military. DARPA has been responsible for funding the development of many technologies which have had a major effect on the world, including computer networking, as well as NLS, which was both the first hypertext system, and an important precursor to the contemporary ubiquitous graphical user interface.

Its original name was simply Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), but it was renamed DARPA (for Defense) during March 1972, then renamed ARPA again during February 1993, and then renamed DARPA again during March 1996.

DARPA was established during 1958 (as ARPA) in response to the Soviet launching of Sputnik during 1957, with the mission of keeping U.S. military technology more sophisticated than that of the nation's potential enemies.

Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO)

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From Wikipedia: Defence Materiel Organisation:

The Defence Materiel Organisation ('DMO') is the Australian Government agency responsible for the acquisition, through-life support and disposal of equipment for the Australian Defence Force. The DMO is part of the Australian Department of Defence, and manages the acquisition and support of a diverse range of materiel (equipment), including aircraft, ships, vehicles, electronic systems, uniforms and rations.

DMO was formed in 2000 when the then Defence Acquisition Organisation merged with Support Command Australia, bringing together the Department of Defence's capital acquisition and logistics organisations into a single entity.

Royal Australian Navy (RAN)

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From Wikipedia: Royal Australian Navy:

The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is the naval branch of the Australian Defence Force. Following federation of the Australian Colonies in 1901, the former colonial navies merged to become the Commonwealth Naval Forces. From this early fleet, the Royal Australian Navy was officially established in 1913 to become the new navy of the Commonwealth of Australia.

The Royal Navy continued to support the RAN and provide additional blue-water defence capability in the Pacific up to the early years of World War II. Then, rapid wartime expansion saw the acquisition of large surface vessels and the building of many warships and patrol boats. In the decade following the war the RAN acquired a small number of aircraft carriers, the last of these paying off in 1982.

Australian Defence Force (ADF)

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From Wikipedia: Australian Defence Force:

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) is the military organisation responsible for the defence of Australia. It consists of the Royal Australian Navy, the Australian Army, the Royal Australian Air Force and a number of 'tri-service' units.

During the first decades of the 20th century, the Australian Government established three separate armed services. Each service had an independent chain of command. In 1976, the government made a strategic change and established the ADF to place the services under a single headquarters. Over time, the degree of integration has increased and tri-service headquarters, logistics and training institutions have supplanted many single-service establishments