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We're trying to track down the appropriate military standard governing the
preparation of electronic files from which to reproduce decals--if such a
The current military standard governing conventional preparation of
separations and negatives for each overlaid color is MIL-P-38790,
"Decalcomanias and Other Markings." That one we have.
Savvy Search yielded a couple of interesting items on Decalcomanias, but
nothing military... and several searches of different word combinations failed
to produce a lead to the mil-std in question (if any).
I know it's a rather bizarre request, but it's a legitimate requirement on
a job we're working. Any help would be most appreciated.
Lockheed Martin Electronics and Missiles