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All of the wiki organizational layouts are based on the below four-part AAB Standard Library Data Entry Layout.
AAB Standard Library Data Entry Layout
A basic quality level AAB Library Data articles includes the following features:
- 1. Synopsis Blurb
- 2. Description (Specifications) 2-POINT HEADER
- 2a. Descriptive specifications blurb. See Specifications.
- 3. History & Background (Dossier) 2-POINT HEADER
- 3a. Dossier blurb. See Dossier.
- 4. See also (Optional)
- 4a. Optional Referral Tree menu. See Referral Tree.
- 5. References & Contributors (Sources) 2-POINT HEADER
NOTES: This article format has been adopted throughout the wiki and written into previous storyline, which suggested it. It is an expansion of previous ideas that were never previously carried out or fully realized in print. 
One of the many ideas that floated around various Traveller gaming and writing groups over many years was the idea of developing a standard AAB Library Data format. As electronic systems grew more advanced by the 1990s, discussion on BBS and various Internet chat groups (...what Classic Traveller later called the Datanet)... and even later on social media chat groups ...was this idea. This topic (article organization) came up several times over the years at TML. 
Traveller has always had a substantial percentage of its members authors, referees, players, etc.) with former military service (oddly mirroring the character creation processes of the LBBs). Many of them had experience with staff and intelligence work. The system here at the wiki was inspired by the real-world files of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the Military Intelligence, Section 5 (MI5), KGB, CIA, and the Mossad.