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JPR-8500 NASA Drawing Standard

JPR-8500 NASA Drawing Standard

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Howdy,

I am looking for information regarding what has been referred to as a NASA drawing standard called either "JPR-8500" or "JPR 8500" (no dash).

This standard has been mentioned in a couple of employment listings recently and I would like to find out more about it. If possible, I would actually like to acquire a copy of it to review.

I have researched a number of NASA web-sites that provide general public access to NASA handbooks and standards and have found nothing.  A basic Google search produces only the job listings that mention this standard.

If anyone knows what the actual title of this standard is or any other pertinent details about this standard that might help me do further research I would really appreciate the help.

Thanks.

Bob

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