STANAG


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STANAG

The NATO term derived from "standardization agreement." See also NATO standardization agreement.
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Rolc will then speak about the Czech testing of the system in keeping STANAG 4686 as well as the challenges and findings from the evaluation.
STANAG 2541: Audit Principles and Risk Assessment of Food Processors and Suppliers Associated with Military Deployment.
A STANAG lower receiver for it will cost $372 more.
3) NATO STANAG 2989, Transfer of Barriers, 31 January 1985.
The practical importance of NATO STANAG development is well illustrated by the fielding of rapidly deployable outbreak investigation teams (RDOITs), as prescribed in STANAG 2529 (AMedP-74, Rapidly Deployable Outbreak Investigation Team [RDOIT] for Suspected Use of Biological Warfare Agents).
The Supply Panel assessed NATO supply STANAGs and interoperability and had the opportunity to exchange information and discuss issues.
For ballistic protection and artillery burst protection, the Aravis features the Safepro crew citadel with spall liner and modular applique armour, which provides ballistic protection exceeding STANAG 4569 level 4.
HiPer-texao glass fibre delivers these benefits in ballistic applications that meet the following standards: FB4, STANAG 4569 Level 2 and STANAG 4569 Level 4.
which manufacturers the Shadow and Hunter unmanned systems, modified its ground control station software to comply with a NATO standard agreement for interoperability between drones that is known as STANAG 4586.
While details on the armor protection is not available for obvious reasons, the cab--developed by LMT for Mercedes-Benz--meets NATO's STANAG 4569 Level 1, 2, and 3 for multi-shot protection and STANAG 4569 Level 3b for mine protection.
A similar process was used for Battle Force E-mail, an HF point-to-point communication system, published as STANAG 5066.
Compliant to FAA and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards, it easily out-performs STANAG Type A and B specifications for portable light systems that are based upon battery-powered low intensity lights, needing no external power source or cabling.