U.S. closer to international optics standards with implementation of 1982 policy

About a year ago, we noted here that the U.S. would soon have de facto international optical standards. This eventuality is now one step further along thanks to the U.S. Army Material Command's efforts to implement a 1982 Office of Management and Budget (OMB) circular.

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U.S. closer to international optics standards with implementation of 1982 policy

About a year ago, we noted here that the U.S. would soon have de facto international optical standards. This eventuality is now one step further along thanks to the U.S. Army Material Command's efforts to implement a 1982 Office of Management and Budget (OMB) circular.

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