3.1.17 GFB. Government Furnished Baseline.
3.1.18 GIDEP. Government/Industry Data Exchange Program. GIDEP may be
contacted at: GIDEP Operations Center, Corona, CA 91720-5000.
3.1.19 GPIB. General purpose interface bus.
3.1.20 Greenwater loading. Mechanical loading due to wave slap.
3.1.21 LAN. Local area network.
3.1.22 Leakage current. All currents, including capacitively coupled
currents, that conduct between exposed conductive surfaces of a unit and ground
or to other exposed surfaces of the unit.
3.1.23 MCCR. Mission critical computer resources. Computer resources acquired
for use as integral parts of weapons; command and control; communications;
intelligence; and other tactical or strategic systems aboard ships, aircraft,
and shore facilities and their support systems. The term also includes all
computer resources associated with specific program developmental test and
evaluation, operational test and evaluation, and post-deployment software
support including weapon system trainer devices, automatic test equipment,
land-based test sites, and system integration and test environments. (Tactical
Digital Standard (TADSTAND) A, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
3.1.24 Militarized. Those items which are specified and manufactured to
military specifications and shall withstand all environmental conditions which
may be encountered during wartime service.
3.1.25 Minimal acceptance. The least strict performance criteria which shall
be met for equipment to be used in the application area for which the
requirement is specified. Minimal acceptance is typically applied to COTS
equipment for light duty (non-mission critical) applications.
3.1.26 Mission critical. Equipment that contributes significantly to the
platform's safety, maneuverability and continued combat capability. To be
considered "mission critical", the equipment shall be specifically identified as
such by the platform sponsor.
3.1.27 Modified COTS. COTS equipment that has been customized to meet
functional requirements. Within this document, all references to COTS equipment
performance shall be construed to include modified COTS items unless otherwise
indicated. Ruggedized is COTS or modified COTS equipment that is modified to
meet specified service requirements.
3.1.28 Modularizing. The ability to
remove and replace all components supporting a common function in a single
3.1.29 MTBF. MTBF shall be defined as mean time between failure.
3.1.30 MTTR. MTTR shall be defined as mean time to repair.
3.1.31 MTTF. MTTF shall be defined as mean time to failure.
3.1.32 NDI. Nondevelopmental item. NDI equipment can be COTS, ruggedized or
militarized. NDI shall be defined as any of the following:
(a). Item of
supply that is available in the commercial marketplace.
(b). Previously developed item of supply that is in use by a department or
agency of the United States, a state or local Government, or a foreign
Government with which the United States has a mutual defense cooperation
(c). Item described above that requires only minor modification to meet the
procuring agency's requirements.
(d). Item currently being produced that does not meet the above requirements
solely because it is not yet in use, or not yet available in the commercial
marketplace (section 907 of the Defense Acquisition Improvement Act of
3.1.33 NPT. National Pipe Threads.
184.108.40.206 NTDS. Navy Technical Data Systems.
220.127.116.11 NWSCC. Naval Weapons Support Center Crane.