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MIL-F-63281A (AR)
c.  The rocket impacts the target, but hits the ground before
the maximum acceptable range behind the target is reached.
The rocket hits the target supports.
d.
e.  The rocket passes through a hole in the target made by a
previous firing.
4.5.35.5 Acceptance criteria for operating mode tests.
Nominal Time Setting
Tarqet
Acceptance Criteria
Superquick
Natural
Function on impact.
Terrain
2Omsec
Bunker
Surface contact to
85 feet behind the
target.
Function at 25 to
200msec
Canopy
475 feet after first
target contact.
Function at 50 to
460msec
Canopy
1075 feet after
first target contact.
4.5.35.6 Rejection criteria. For scoring the ballistic test,
umbilical failures and improper charging signals shall not be
charged to any individual operating mode test of 4.5.35.5.
4.5.35.6.1 First article sample. If five (5) or more units
do not meet the requirements in any one of the operating mode
tests of 4.5.35.5, or four (4) or more units fail the charge
circuit continuity tests, or sixteen (16) or more units fail the
overall ballistic test (Table VI), the first article ballistic
sample shall be rejected.
4.5.35.6.2 Lot acceptance sample. If three (3) or more units
do not meet the requirements in any one of the operating mode
tests of 4.5.35.5, or two (2) or more units fail the charge
circuit continuity tests, or seven (7) or more units fail the
overall ballistic test (Table VII), the lot shall be rejected.
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