STANAG


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STANAG

The NATO term derived from "standardization agreement." See also NATO standardization agreement.
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- Mounting kit for 45 o mounting on a STANAG 4694 rail and for the position center tube of a riflescope,
Within NATO, the Environmental Protection Working Group (EPWG), established by the Military Committee Joint Standardization Board in 1999, produced Standardization Agreement (STANAG) 7141, Joint NATO Doctrine for Environmental Protection During NATO-Led Military Activities, (5) It is the covering agreement to Allied Joint Environmental Protection Publication (AJEPP) 4, Joint NATO Doctrine for Environmental Protection During NATO-Led Military Activities.
The US policy, which is consistent with the NATO Food Protection Standardization Agreement (STANAG), requires Veterinary Service personnel to audit food processors to help ensure subsistence is safe and free of accidental and intentional contaminants.
The standard lower receiver is compatible with common STANAG AR magazines.
One of the Military Police Panel projects involves the revision of the NATO military police cornerstone document-- NATO Standardization Agreement (STANAG) 2296/Allied Joint Publication (AJP) 3.2.3.3, Allied Joint Doctrine for Military Police.
Due to the somewhat larger case diameter, standard STANAG 30-round 5.56mm magazines hold only 26 rounds of 6.5mm Grendel, but that same fatter, shorter case shape enables the use of long, aerodynamic bullets.
Military vehicles can be attached to the crane's STANAG eyelets using special adaptors, and an extensive range of accessories means that almost all German Army wheeled vehicles are compatible.
"The history of this particular Stanag set is that they took the American Military Standards MLL-STD 461 and they took the UK's Defence Standard 59-411 and they mashed it all up together," Dorey says.
America is home to many other companies, like PPG Aerospace, which produces transparent armour to both Stanag protection levels (usually 1 to 3) and US ATPD 2325P levels (1 to 3).
It is the only analyser on the market which meets the current NATO requirements for atmospheric monitoring equipment located in submarines with an escape capability (STANAG 1320).
One of the principal products of the CBRNMedWG and the BioMedAC is the standardization agreement (STANAG)--the mechanism by which NATO nations agree upon common standards as they apply to doctrine, tactics, procedures, or equipment.
Therefore, this study aims to specify personnel's views and their language proficiency levels in terms of NATO Stanag Level 3 objectives.