Overview

Military Symbology Styles

The Military Symbology Styles give you access to the latest stylx files for use in ArcGIS and the associated Runtime SDKs. These files contain the data that the dictionary renderer uses to display military standard symbology in custom native applications using the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs. The stylx files include mil2525d and mil2525c_b2. The first stylx contains the symbol data for MIL-STD-2525D, whereas the second stylx contains the symbol data for MIL-STD-2525C and MIL-STD-2525B Change 2. If you want to use these styles to create and edit symbols in ArcGIS Pro, you can use Military Overlay or the Military Overlay Information Model. Note that these style files are released with the ArcGIS Pro, Enterprise, and the Runtime SDKs, but this download location may contain more recent updates.

Requirements

Working with the Military Symbology Styles requires specific technical experience and software. Minimum system requirements for the ArcGIS Platform can be found on the Support website.

The Military Symbology Styles are supported on ArcGIS Runtime.

Requirement Description
Experience
  • Developing Native Applications using the ArcGIS Runtime SDK. For platform compatibility, you can visit their documentation page.
  • Familiarity with military symbology standards.
Software
  • ArcGIS Runtime SDK
  • ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Enterprise (Optional)

What you get

The downloads for the Military Symbology Styles will include one or more of the following:

Item Description
mil2525d.stylx A stylx file that contains the MIL-STD-2525D symbol dictionary, for use with ArcGIS Pro 1.2+ and ArcGIS Runtime 100.0.
mil2525c_bc2.stylx A Stylx file that contains both the MIL-STD-2525C and MIL-STD-2525B Change 2 symbol dictionary, for use with ArcGIS Runtime 100.0. In addition, this file can be used with Military Overlay in ArcGIS Pro 1.2. and 1.4+. The default symbol standard used with this stylx file is MIL-STD-2525B Change 2.
mil2525c.stylx A Stylx file that contains the MIL-STD-2525C symbol dictionary, for use with ArcGIS Runtime at 10.2.x.

Support Matrix

Below is a chart that explains the product and version support for the Military Symbology Styles.

Software Version Styles

ArcGIS Runtime 10.2.x

mil2525c.stylx

ArcGIS Runtime 100.0

mil2525d.stylx, mil2525c_bc2.stylx

ArcGIS Pro 1.2

mil2525d.stylx, mil2525c_bc2.stylx

ArcGIS Pro 1.3

mil2525d.stylx

ArcGIS Pro 1.4

mil2525d.stylx, mil2525c_bc2.stylx

What's New

Below are updates made to the styles to fix issues logged. If you need support, please contact Esri Support Services. If you'd like to get help from other military and intelligence community members, post your question on GeoNet. If you have a specific issue you'd like us to address regarding a military standard symbol, please write us on GitHub.

Date Updates

June 2017

BUG-000103127 Update mil2525d.stylx so that Assault Crossing symbol (271300) renders correctly

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