Talk:United States Munitions List

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Attention Needed[edit]

This document reads far more like something one would find in an officer's manual than in an encyclopedia. Wikipedia is not a directory, and I don't even really follow what the meaning or significance of the items on that list of links are anyway. Wikipedia is also not Wikisource - this is not the place for simply cutting and pasting legal documents; rather, secondary sources should be utilized to form a discussion of the origins, history, and significance of the USML. LordAmeth 23:23, 16 October 2007 (UTC)

Link Removed[edit]

I removed the link as it contains no valuable information and feels more like advertisement to me. (talk) 09:08, 25 May 2009 (UTC)

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