(Copies of drawings, and packaging data sheets required by
suppliers in connection with specific procurement functions should
be obtained from the procuring activity or as directed by the
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, DEFENSE SUPPLY AGENCY
- Radioactive Commodities in the DoD
(Application for copies should be addressed to the Superintendent
of Documents, of Cocuments, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. )
2.2 Order of precedence. In the event of a conflict between
the text of this specification and the references cited herein
(except for associated detail specifications, specification sheets
or MS standards), the text of this specification shall take
precedence. Nothing in this specification, however, shall
supersede applicable laws and regulatins unless a specific
exemption has been obtained.
3.1 Hazardous material. This telescope contains tritium, a
radioactive material. A Nuclear Regulatory Commission License is
required for the manufacture of this item, and DSAM 4145.8 for
procurement and possession of radioactive material.
3.2 First article. When specified, a sample shall be
subjected to first article inspection (see 4.2 and 6.2).
3.3 Materials. Materials shall be in accordance with
drawings, material specifications, and general specifications
forming a part of this specification.
3.4 Fabrication. The telescope shall be manufactured in
accordance with Drawing 11741101, 12599167 or 12599209 as
3.5 General specifications. The contractor shall be
responsible responsibe for the compliance with the requirements of
specifications MIL-O-13830 and MIL-F-13926.
3.6.1 Storage temperature. The telescope shall show no
evidence of physical failure when thermally stabilized at ambient
temperatures of +160°F (+71°C) ± 5°F (±3 C) and -50° (46°C) +5°F
(±3 C) for a period of 4 hours + 15 minutes at each temperature.