Oct 22 president Kennedy imposed a naval and air quarantine tight on the shipment of offensive military equipment to cuba?
He imposed a naval blockade on Cuba which is more powerfull than a quarantine.
Although the main effort during both offensive and defensive operations is military to military contact the secondary effort is?
No, in reality the US Government is in control of the US Military, the government determines the total size of the military, its budget and salaries as well as a lot more like research and development. The heads of the various military branches have the responsibility of advising the commander in chief, concerning military issues, and proposes to the Secretary of Defense and to the US president miliary requirements and what types of military equipment…
Yes, military police officers do have military vehicles and military weapons. However what equipment they use depends on what environment they're working in. If working in a normal base environment they normally use equipment similar to that of civilian police forces. But if in a war environment they would have equipment suitable to there (ie: armoured vehicle, mounted machine guns, etc)
"Mil Std" is shorthand or tech speak for "Military Standard." Typically this is an industry term for military contractors or providers of military equipment that applies to material and equipment that meets the quality control requirements of the federal government and the US military. "IP51" is a nomenclature for some piece of equiment. What it is is difficult to say without more information or very specific knowledge of that equipment.
The SecDef is the head civilian of the US Department of Defense (note: that is not the same things as head of the military). The position is administrative and policy-oriented; it is NOT a military operational command position. That said, the SecDef is the second highest person in the military chain-of-command, superseded only by the President, and can give binding military orders, even though the SecDef office is a civilian, and not a military post…