Q.M.C. Historical Studies ...

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Historical Section, Office of the Quartermaster General, 1962 - 202 pages
 

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Page 163 - Critical Defects. A critical defect is one that judgment and experience indicate could result in hazardous or unsafe conditions for individuals using or maintaining the product; or, for major end item units of product, such as ships, aircraft, or tanks, a defect that could prevent performance of their tactical function. (For a special provision relating to critical defects, see 10.3). 2.1.2. Major Defects.
Page 41 - Standard 4.1 acceptable quality level (AQL) — a nominal value expressed in terms of percent defective or defects per hundred units, whichever is applicable, specified for a given group of defects of a product.
Page 163 - A minor defect is a defect that is not likely to reduce materially the usability of the unit of product for its intended purpose, or is a departure from established standards having little bearing on the effective use or operation of the unit.
Page 179 - Defense, the Secretary of the Army, the Secretary of the Navy, and the Secretary of the Air Force...
Page 41 - Inspection by attributes is inspection wherein the unit of product is classified simply as defective or nondefective with respect to a given requirement or set of requirements. 1.4 Unit of product. The term "unit of product" is the entity of product inspected in order to determine its classification as defective or nondefective.
Page 67 - The definite, accurate, and complete statements of the technical requirements for an item, material, process, or service, and the procedure to be followed in determining compliance with these requirements.
Page 163 - is one that does not materially reduce the usability of the unit of product for its intended purpose, or is a departure from established standards having no significant bearing on the effective use or operation of the unit.
Page 140 - December 1921— 31 January ... 28 February 31 March ... 30 April ... 31 May 30 June 31 July 31 August ... 30 September 31 October ... 30 November 31 December No.
Page 101 - In the matter of arms, munitions, and equipment, the demands were so urgent and so tremendous, not only for the Army but also for the Navy and the...
Page 70 - The Defense Supply Management Agency was established within the Department of Defense by the Defense Cataloging and Standardization Act approved July I, 1 952 (66 Stat.

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