Definition of universal polar stereographic grid

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universal polar stereographic grid

'universal polar stereographic grid' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A military grid prescribed for joint use in operations in limited areas and used for operations requiring precise position reporting. It covers areas between the 80 degree parallels and the poles'.

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