Course NameLength
Certified MIL-STD-461G Engineer2 days
DO-160G Training | Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment2 days
Life Cycle Environmental Profile (LCEP) Training | MIL-STD-810H Task 402 Training2 days
MIL STD 461F Training | Updated with MIL-STD-461G3 days
MIL STD 750 and 883 Training3 days
MIL-DTL-901E Training2 days
MIL-I-46058C Training2 days
MIL-PRF-19500 Training | MIL PRF 19500 Training2 days
MIL-PRF-31032 Training2 days
MIL-PRF-50884D Training2 days
MIL-PRF-55110 Training2 days
MIL-STD-1130 Training2 days
MIL-STD-120 Training2 days
MIL-STD-1275 Training2 days
MIL-STD-1399-300 Training | Interface Standard For Shipboard Systems2 days
MIL-STD-1472H Training, Department Of Defense Design Criteria Standard- Human Engineering2 days
MIL-STD-1576 Training | Electroexplosive Subsystem Safety Requirements And Test Methods For Space Systems2 days
MIL-STD-167 Training2 days
MIL-STD-188-125 Training | HEMP Protection For Ground-Based C41 Facilities Performing Critical Missions2 days
MIL-STD-202 Training2 days
MIL-STD-2105 Training2 days
MIL-STD-248 Training2 days
MIL-STD-461G - Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Testing2 days
MIL-STD-461G Training2 days
MIL-STD-464 Training | RF Environmental Effects On Systems2 days
MIL-STD-516 Training2 days
MIL-STD-704 Training | Aircraft Electrical Power Characteristics2 days
MIL-STD-767 Training2 days
MIL-STD-810 Training1 day
MIL-STD-810G Training3 days
MIL-STD-810H Training | Military Standard 810H Testing Training3 days
MIL-STD-883 Training2 days
Military EMI/EMC Training3 days
Offensive MIL-1553 Exploitation Training2 days
Overview of ECSS-E-ST-10C, Space Engineering- Systems Engineering General Requirements2 days
Overview of MIL-HDBK-5J: Metallic Materials And Elements For Aerospace Vehicle Structures2 days
Overview of MIL-STD-464C - Electromagnetic Environmental Effects, Requirements For Systems2 days
Overview of Reliability Prediction Procedures For Mechanical Equipment2 days
Performance and EMC Testing Training for Military & Aerospace3 days



Foundations of Military Leadership Development Training

The Military Standard (MIL-STD) or Defense Standard was established after WWII to provide uniform requirements and ensure interoperability for the military and its secondary industries, explicitly focusing on engineering and technical requirements, processes, procedures, practices, and methods.

Defense standards resulted from the need for proper performance, maintenance, and repairs.

Military contractors, educational institutions, and other governmental agencies & organizations in the United States must often purchase products that meet standardization objectives set by the U.S. Department of Defense known as the United States Military Test Specifications.

MIL-STDs are maintained by Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC), which is a field activity of the Defense Logistics Agency, whose purpose is to provide logistics and contract management support to the US armed forces.

The DoD develops and procures an incredible amount of material and engineering services through private contractors. MIL-STDs set and communicate standards on how things are to be designed, built, and tested in a controlled, known, and acceptable manner so that all who bid on contracts know exactly what is expected of them, so that they can be successful and competitive.

MIL-STDs are often applicable to industrial and commercial use-cases in which equipment is subject to harsh environmental conditions.

The DoD’s Defense Standardization Program notes that standardization documents also promote commonality and interoperability among military departments and US allies, and limit the different types of equipment in the supply system.

In addition to the MIL-STD designation, some specialized MIL-STDs have been replaced by commercial standards such as IPC standards for PCB design and manufacturing and many other fields of engineering and manufacturing.

MIL-STD-Training Courses by Tonex

Tonex offers nine cutting edge MIL-STD Training courses that are perfect for:

  • Test engineers
  • Test technicians and operators
  • MIL-STD hardware and software design engineers
  • The source or troubleshoot MIL-STD equipment team personnel
  • Interpreting MIL-STD data team personnel
  • Systems engineers
  • QA engineers
  • Aircraft personnel
  • Avionic systems engineers

These hard to come by classes cover MIL-STD regulations as well as standards for environmental conditions and test procedures for airborne equipment and military electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC/EMI) training.

For example, Military EMI/EMC Training is a 3-day comprehensive course that overs the basic math and the physics of EMI/EMC and the fundamentals of instrumentation, instruments, test setups and real measurements.

MIL-PRF-19500 Training is a very popular 2-day course that covers specifications that establishes the general performance requirements for semiconductor devices. Participants learn how the product assurance is provided by effective screening, conformance inspection, and process controls to mitigate risk.

Additionally, attendees learn about MIL-PRF-19500 and how it is applied to discrete components such as MOSFETs and Schottkys.

Why Choose Tonex?

For nearly three decades Tonex has been working with agencies, organizations, companies and individuals on learning about contemporary technology topics and advanced business training.

Our instructors are well-known for their expertise as well as their real world experience.

We also are happy to tailor courses to meet the specific needs of your company, organization or agency.

For more information, questions, comments, contact us.