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How to prepare defense-related scientific and technical reports; guidance for government, academia, and industry.

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How to prepare defense-related scientific and technical reports; guidance for government, academia, and industry.

Rice, Walter W.

John Wiley & Sons

2007

342 pages

$59.95

Hardcover

T11

Rice (applied physics laboratory, Johns Hopkins U.) provides a comprehensive guide to the exacting art and craft of preparing technical reports to the DoD, right down to the page formats and approved abbreviations. He covers the official standards, organization and design, including visuals, front matter such as the title page and authoring, notices, intelligence control markings, abstracts, logos, tables of contents, the body of the report including the executive summary, and back matter such as indices, appendices and bibliographies. The references are well-chosen and the appendices include an explanation of the workings of the Defense Technical Information Center.

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