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In NATO+ a '''Standardization Agreement''' ('''STANAG''') defines processes, procedures, terms, and conditions for common military+ or technical procedures or equipment between the member countries of the alliance. Each NATO state ratifies a STANAG and implements it within their own military. The purpose is to provide common operational and administrative procedures and logistics+, so one member nation's military may use the stores and support of another member's military. STANAGs also form the basis for technical interoperability between a wide variety of communication and information (CIS) systems essential for NATO and Allied operations.

STANAGs are published in English+ and French+, the two official language+s of NATO, by the NATO Standardization Agency+ in Brussels+.

Among the hundreds of standardization agreements (current total is just short of 1300) are those for calibre+s of small arms ammunition+, map markings, communications procedures, and classification of bridges.

*'''STANAG 1008+''' (Edition 9, 24 August 2004): Characteristics of Shipboard Electrical Power Systems in Warships of the North Atlantic Treaty Navies
*'''STANAG 1022+''' (Edition 6): Combat Charts, Amphibious Charts and Combat/Landing Charts
*'''STANAG 1034+''' (Edition 17, 24 May 2005): Allied Naval Gunfire Support (ATP-4(E))
*'''STANAG 1040+''' (Edition 23, 16 December 2004): Naval Cooperation and Guidance for Shipping (NCAGS) (ATP-2(B) Vol. 1)
*'''STANAG 1041+''' (Edition 16, 29 March 2001): Anti-Submarine Evasive Steering (ATP-3(B))
*'''STANAG 1052+''' (Edition 32, 12 July 2006): Allied Submarine and Anti-Submarine Exercise Manual (AXP-01(D))
*'''STANAG 1059+''' (Edition 8, 19 February 2004): National Distinguishing Letters for Use by NATO Armed Forces+
*'''STANAG 1063+''' (Edition 18): Allied Naval Communications Exercises (AXP-3(C) MXP-3(C))
*'''STANAG 1236+''' (Edition 3, 2 November 2010): Glide Slope Indicators for Helicopter Operations from NATO Ships
*'''STANAG 1472+''' (Edition 1, 7 September 2011): NVD Compatible Flight Deck Status Displays on Single Ships
*'''STANAG 2003+''' (Edition 6): Patrol Reports
*'''STANAG 2014+''' (Edition 7): Operations Plans, Warning Orders, and Administrative/Logistics Orders
*'''STANAG 2019+''' (Edition 6, 24 May 2011): NATO Joint Military Symbology – APP-6+(C) (previously Military Symbols for Land Based Systems)
*'''STANAG 2021+''' Military Load Classification of Bridges, Rafts and Vehicles
*'''STANAG 2022+''' Intelligence Reports
*'''STANAG 2033+''' Interrogation of Prisoners of War (PW)
*'''STANAG 2041+''' (Edition 4): Operations Orders, Tables and Graphics for Road Movement
*'''STANAG 2044+''' (Edition 5): Procedures for Dealing with Prisoners of War
*'''STANAG 2083+''' Radiological Hazards
*'''STANAG 2084+''' (Edition 5): Handling and Reporting of Captured Enemy Equipment and Documents
*'''STANAG 2087+''' Medical Employment of Air Transport in the Forward Area
*'''STANAG 2097+''' (Edition 6): Nomenclature and Classification of Equipment
*'''STANAG 2116+''' - this STANAG covers, among other subjects, NATO official rank grade comparisons covering Ranks and Insignia of NATO+
*'''STANAG 2138+''' (Edition 4, May 1996): Troop trial Principles and Procedures - Combat Clothing and Personal Equipment
*'''STANAG 2143+''' (Edition 4): Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance/Explosive Ordnance Disposal
*'''STANAG 2149+''' (Edition 3): Intelligence Request
*'''STANAG 2154+''' Regulations for Military Motor Vehicle Movement by Road
*'''STANAG 2175+''' (Edition 3): Classification and Designation of Flat Wagons Suitable for Transporting Military Equipment
*'''STANAG 2310+''' 7.62x51mm NATO+ adopted in the 1950s as the standard infantry rifle cartridge (7.62mm) up until the 1980s"", US Army RDECOM, 25 May, 2011
*'''STANAG 2324+''' The adoption of the US MIL-STD-1913+ "Picatinny rail+" as the NATO standard optical and electronic sight mount and standard accessory rail
*'''STANAG 2345+''' (Edition 3, 13 February 2003): Evaluation and control of personnel exposure to radio frequency fields - 3 kHz to 300 GHz
*'''STANAG 2389+''' (Edition 1): Minimum Standards of Proficiency for Trained Explosive Ordnance Disposal Personnel
*'''STANAG 2404+''' (Draft): Joint Anti-Armor Operations
*'''STANAG 2525+''': Allied Joint Doctrine for Communications and Information Systems
*'''STANAG 2604+''' (Edition 3, 14 Aug 1992): Braking Systems Between Tractors, Draw Bar Trailer And Semi-trailer Equipment Combinations For Military Use
*'''STANAG 2805+''' Fording and Flotation Requirements for Combat and Support Ground Vehicles
*'''STANAG 2832+''' (Edition 2): Restrictions for the Transport of Military Equipment by Rail on European Railways
*'''STANAG 2834+''' (Edition 2): The Operation of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technical Information Center (EODTIC)
*'''STANAG 2866+''' Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Personnel
*'''STANAG 2868+''' (Edition 4): Land Force Tactical Doctrine (ATP-35(A))
*'''STANAG 2873+''' Medical Support Operations in an NBC Environment
*'''STANAG 2889+''' (Edition 3): Marking of Hazardous Areas and Routes Through Them
*'''STANAG 2895+''' Extreme Climatic Conditions and Derived Conditions for Use in Defining Design/Test Criteria for NATO Forces Materiel
*'''STANAG 2920+''' The adoption of standards for ballistic protection levels and testing
*'''STANAG 2931+''' Distinctive Markings and Camouflage of Medical Facilities and Evacuation PlatformsUS Army Field Manual 4-02.21. ''Division and Brigade Surgeon's Handbook.'' Appendix A, Guide for Geneva Conventions+ Compliance.
*'''STANAG 2937+''' Survival, Emergency, and Individual Combat Rations – nutritional values and packaging
*'''STANAG 2961+''' Classes of Supply of NATO Land Forces
*'''STANAG 2984+''' GRADUATED LEVELS OF CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR THREATS AND ASSOCIATED PROTECTIVE MEASURES
*'''STANAG 2999+''' (Edition 1): Use of Helicopters in Land Operations (ATP-49)
*'''STANAG 3117+''' Aircraft Marshalling Signals
*'''STANAG 3150+''' Uniform System of Supply Classification
*'''STANAG 3151+''' Uniform System of Item of Supply Identification
*'''STANAG 3277+''' (Edition 6): Air Reconnaissance Request/Task Form
*'''STANAG 3350+''': Analogue Video Standard for Aircraft System Applications
*'''STANAG 3377+''': Air Reconnaissance Intelligence Report Forms
*'''STANAG 3497+''' (Edition 1): Aeromedical Training of Aircrew in Aircrew NBC Equipment and Procedures
*'''STANAG 3596+''' Air Reconnaissance Requesting and Target Reporting Guide
*'''STANAG 3680+ AAP-6''' NATO Glossary of Terms and Definitions
*'''STANAG 3700+''' (Edition 4): NATO Tactical Air Doctrine (ATP-33(B))
*'''STANAG 3736+''' (Edition 8): Offensive Air Support Operations (ATP-27(B))
*'''STANAG 3805+''' (Edition 4): Doctrine and Procedures for Airspace Control in Time of Crisis and War (ATP-40(A))
*'''STANAG 3838+''' MIL-STD-1553+, mechanical, electrical and functional characteristics of a serial data bus
*'''STANAG 3880+''' (Edition 2): Counter Air Operations (ATP-42(B))
*'''STANAG 3910+''' Replaced by EN+ 3910 - 1Mbit/sec MIL-STD-1553B+ data bus augmented by a 20 Mbit/s, Optical or Electical, High Speed (HS) channel. Optical version implemented (as EFAbus) on the Eurofighter Typhoon+ (EF2000)) and electrical (as EN 3910) on Dassault Rafale+.
*'''STANAG 4007+''' (Edition 2, 31 May 1996): Electrical Connectors Between Prime Movers, Trailers And Towed Artillery
*'''STANAG 4082+''' (Edition 2, 28 May 1969): Adoption of a Standard Artillery Computer Meteorological Message (METCM)
*'''STANAG 4090+''' 9x19mm NATO+ adopted as standard small arms ammunition (9mm)
*'''STANAG 4101+''' (Edition 2, 21 Feb 2000): Towing Attachments
*'''STANAG 4107+''' (Edition 7, August 2006): Mutual Acceptance of Government Quality Assurance and Usage of the Allied Quality Assurance Publications
*'''STANAG 4140+''' (Edition 2, 28 May 2001): Adoption of a Standard Target Acquisition Meteorological Message (METTA)
*'''STANAG 4119+''' (Edition 2, 5 February 2007): Adoption of a Standard Cannon Artillery Firing Table Format)
*'''STANAG 4172+''' The adoption of the 5.56x45mm NATO+ round as the standard chambering of all NATO service rifles
*'''STANAG 4184+''' (Edition 3, 27 November 1998): Microwave Landing System (MLS)
*'''STANAG 4203+''' Technical standards for single channel HF radio equipment
*'''STANAG 4222+''' (Edition 1, 14 March 1990): Standard Specification for Digital Representation of Shipboard Data Parameters
*'''STANAG 4232+''' Digital Interoperability Between SHF Tactical Satellite Communications Terminals
*'''STANAG 4233+''' Digital interoperability between EHF Tactical Satellite Communications Terminals
*'''STANAG 4285+''' Characteristics of 1200/2400/3600 bit/s single tone MODEMs for HF radio links
*'''STANAG 4355+''' (Edition 3, 17 April 2009): Modified Point Mass Trajectory Model
*'''STANAG 4370+''' Environmental Testing Procedures
*'''STANAG 4381+''' (Edition 1, 8 July 1994): Blackout Lighting Systems For Tactical Land Vehicles
*'''STANAG 4383+''' 12.7x99mm NATO+ adopted as standard small arms ammunition (12.7mm)
*'''STANAG 4395+''' (Edition 2, 10 May 2001): Connector For Tactical Land Wheeled Vehicles With Anti Lock Braking Systems
*'''STANAG 4406+''' The adoption of a military message standard based around the civil X.400+ standard
*'''STANAG 4420+''' Display Symbology and Colors for NATO Maritime Units
*'''STANAG 4525+''' Explosives, Physical/Mechanical Properties, Thermomechanical Analysis for Determining the Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion (TMA)
*'''STANAG 4529+''' Characteristics of single tone MODEMs for HF radio links with 1240 Hz bandwidth
*'''STANAG 4545+''' (Edition 1, Amendment 1, 14 April 2000): NATO Secondary Imagery Format (NSIF)
*'''STANAG 4559+''' (Edition 1, 7 April 2003): NATO Standard Image Library Interface
*'''STANAG 4565+''' (Edition 1, 26 September 2003): Airborne Multi-Mode Receiver for Precision Approach and Landing
*'''STANAG 4569+''' Protection levels for Occupants of Logistic and Light Armoured Vehicles
*'''STANAG 4575+''' (Edition 2, 8 March 2005): NATO Advanced Data Storage Interface (NADSI)
*'''STANAG 4579+''' The adoption of standard Identification of Friend or Foe+ hardware that can be recognized and processed between all NATO nations
*'''STANAG 4586+''' Standard Interface of the Unmanned Control System (UCS) for NATO UAV+ interoperability
*'''STANAG 4607+''' (Edition 1, 11 March 2005): NATO Ground Moving Target Indicator+ Format (GMTIF)
*'''STANAG 4609+''' (Edition 1, 23 March 2005): NATO Digital Motion Imagery Standard
*'''STANAG 4626+''': Modular and Open Avionics Architectures - Part I - Architecture
*'''STANAG 4628+''' (Edition 1, 16 March 2011): Controller Area Network (Can) Protocols For Military Applications
*'''STANAG 4676+''': NATO intelligence surveillance reconnaissance tracking standard
*'''STANAG 4694+''': NATO Accessory Rail
*'''STANAG 5066+''': The adoption of a Profile for HF Data Communications, supporting Selective Repeat ARQ+ error control, HF E-Mail and IP-over-HF operation
*'''STANAG 5602+''': Standard Interface for Military Platform Link Evaluation (SIMPLE), a Tactical Data Link+ (TDL) protocol
*'''STANAG 6001+''' (Edition 4, 12 October 2010) Language Proficiency Levels
*'''STANAG 6004+''' Meaconing, Intrusion, Jamming, and Interference Report
*'''STANAG 6010+''' EW in the Land Battle (ATP-51)
*'''STANAG 6022+''' (Edition 2, 22 March 2010): Adoption of a Standard Gridded Data Meteorological Message (METGM)
*'''STANAG 7023+''' (Edition 3, 16 September 2004): NATO Primary Image Format (NPIF)
*'''STANAG 7024+''' (Edition 2, 2 August 2001): Imagery Air Reconnaissance Tape Recorder Standard
*'''STANAG 7074+''' Digital Geographic Exchange Standard+ (DIGEST),
*'''STANAG 7141+''' (Edition 4, 20 December 2006): Joint NATO Doctrine for environmental protection during NATO-led military activities

*'''STANAG 4179+''' A type of detachable firearm magazine proposed for standardization based on the USGI M16 rifle magazine."", NDIA Conference 2008
*'''STANAG 4181+''' A type of stripper clip and guide tool use to load magazines proposed for standardization based on the USGI M16 rifle stripper clips and guide tools.




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 Standardization Agreement+ In NATO a Standardization Agreement (STANAG) defines processes, procedures, terms, and conditions for common military or technical procedures or equipment between the member countries of the alliance.