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MIL-STD-100G, dated 9 June 1997 is hereby canceled. Future requirements for engineering drawings should refer to the following American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) standards and Appendices, as applicable:

Commercial Drawings: ASME Y14.100
DoD Basic Practices: ASME Y14.100
Types of Engineering Drawings: ASME Y14.24
Revision of Engineering Drawings: ASME Y14.35M
Associated Lists: ASME Y14.34M

MIL-STD-100, Engineering Drawing Practices, 1 March 1965
MIL-STD-100A 1 October 1967
MIL-STD-100B 15 October 1975
DOD-STD-100C 22 December 1978
Notice 1; 30 April 1980
Notice 2; 28 November 1980
Notice 3; 1 March 1983
Notice 4; 4 May 1983
Notice 5; 18 August 1987
Notice 6 ; 15 March 1988
DOD-STD-00100D (AR), 3 April 1987 (used in lieu of DOD-STD-100C)
MIL-STD-100E 20 September 1991
Interim Notice 1(AR), 30 March 1992
Notice 2; 4 September 1992
Notice 3; 16 June 1995
MIL-STD-100F 9 September 1996
MIL-STD-100G 9 June 1997
Notice 1, Cancellation, 14 December 2001

Use the links at the top of the page to navigate terms related to MIL-STD-100.
The release dates for the standard don't mean much, but were added to give an indication of the last times the specification was updated before being cancelled.
Common Military Standards are listed on the MIL Specs page. Which provides the document number and title.

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