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The standard practice is the successor to the old MIL-M on the same topic. MIL-STD is an overview document, providing general requirements for marking electronic items for government contract work. It covers not only the information you need to use, but also the materials and processes to use for affixing marks.
Firstly, it shows the priority of data to be included with electronic items. If the mark is for an assembly or sub-assembly, you may need to include NSN National Stock Number or serial number information. And of course, the document helps you understand where to place the various markings required, labels, the size of the characters on the label, and so on. Changes occur throughout this new revision and are highlighted for the user by the use of black lines in the margins of the standard.
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New update for MIL-STD-13231, Marking Electronic Items