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Document ID:   MIL-STD-188       Scroll down to access document images
Spec/Std Sheet:  203
Sub/Part:  1

Overview
Title:  Interoperability and Performance Standards for Tactical Digital Information Link (Tadil) A
Scope:  The purpose of this document is to establish technical standards and design objectives (DOs) that are necessary to ensure interoperability and to promote commonality for communications equipment and subsystems used in TADIL A (see APPENDIX C).
Status:  Active Document Date:  04-APR-2013      
  Next Review Due:  03-APR-2018
TCSS Doc Category:   Military Standard -Interface Standard  

Responsibilities
Lead Standardization Activity:  DC1  Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)  
  Preparing Activity: DC1  Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)
Coordination:  Full  
Army Custodian:  CR   US Army Communications Electronics Command  
Navy Custodian:  EC   Naval Information Warfare Systems Command  
Air Force Custodian:  93   Air Combat Command  
Other Custodian:  DC1   Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)  

Changes to military standards or handbooks issued after August 1, 2003 are incorporated in the modified document.
Revision History Click on column headings for a description of column content.
MediaDocument Part DescriptionDist StmtDocument DatePagesSize
Document ImageRevision A Notice 1 - ValidationA04-APR-201312.0 KB
Document ImageRevision A A08-JAN-19881006705.8 KB

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