STANAG Test Laboratory

STANAG Test Laboratory

A NATO STANDardization Agreement (STANAG) defines the processes, procedures, terms and conditions for common military or technical procedures or equipment between the member states of the alliance. Each NATO state approves a STANAG and implements it within its own army. Its aim is to provide joint operational and administrative procedures and logistics, so one member state's army can use the stores and support of another member's army. STANAG also provides the basis for technical interoperability between NATO and the wide range of communication and information systems (CIS) required for Allied operations. Allied Data Broadcast 5524 (ADatP-34) under STANAG 34 maintains a catalog of NATO Interoperability Standards and Profiles, relevant information and communication technology standards.

STANAG standards are published by NATO's Standardization office in Brussels, NATO's two official languages, English and French.

Among the hundreds of standardization agreements (available total only under 1300) are calibrations of small arms ammunition, map markers, communication procedures and classification of bridges, and our laboratory provides measurement, testing and certification services for EUROLAB STANAG standards.

The STANAG (Standardization Agreement) is a declaration setting the standards of NATO member countries in the military field. All military equipment produced by NATO member countries must also comply with these standards. Other countries help countries that need to modernize their army to achieve standards. This happens with technology / information transfer rather than directly delivering the material. STANAG is prepared in two languages: English and French. The central agency setting the NATO Standards is in Brussels. An example of STANAG is the STANAG magazine standard, which determines the projectile dimensions of the weapons of STANAG. Many such standards have been introduced and are called STANAG's. Some of the NATO standards we have made are as follows;
STANAG 1008 (Edition 9, 24 August 2004): Characteristics of Naval Electrical Power Systems on North Atlantic Treaty Battleships Navies
STANAG 1022 (Edition 6): War Charts, Amphibious Charts and War / Landing Charts
STANAG 1034 (Edition 17, 24 May 2005): Allied Navy Fire Support (ATP-4 (E))
STANAG 1040 (Edition 23, 16 DEC 2004): Maritime Cooperation and Shipping Guidance (NCAGS) (ATP-2 (B) Volume 1)
STANAG 1041 (Edition 16, 29 March 2001): Anti-Submarine Missing Steering (ATP-3 (B))
STANAG 1052 (Edition 32, 12 July 2006): Allied Submarine and Anti-Submarine Exercise Guide (AXP-01 (D))
STANAG 1059 (Edition 8, 19 February 2004): List of NATO country codes | National Distinguishing Letters to be Used by NATO Armed Forces
STANAG 1063 (Edition 18): Allied Marine Communication Exercises (AXP-3 (C) MXP-3 (C))
STANAG 2014 (Edition 7): Operation Plans, Alert Orders and Administrative / Logistics Orders
STANAG 2019 APP-6 Military Symbols for Land Based Systems
STANAG 2022 Intelligence Reports
STANAG 2828 Pallets and containers (used for military purposes)
STANAG 2033 Inquiry of Prisoners of War (PW)
STANAG 2041 (Operation 4): Operation Orders, Tables and Graphics for Land Operations
STANAG 2044 (Edition 5): Procedures for Fighting Prisoners of War
STANAG 2083 Radiological Hazards
STANAG 2084: Using and Reporting Captured Enemy Equipment and Documentation
STANAG 2097 (Edition 6): Nomenclature and Classification of Equipment
STANAG 2116 - this STANAG compares, among other things, NATO official rankings, including NATO ranks and insignia.
STANAG 2138 (Edition 4, May 1996): Troop Trial Principles and Procedures - Combat Clothing and Personal Equipment
STANAG 2143 (Edition 4): Explosive Ammunition Discovery / Liquidation of Explosive Law
STANAG 2149 (Edition 3): Request for Intelligence
STANAG 2175 (Edition 3): Classification and Determination of Flat Wagons Suitable for Carrying Military Equipment

STANAG 2310 7.62 × 51 NATO is considered the standard infantry rifle cartridge in the 1950, up to the 1980.
STANAG 2324 US MIL-STD-1913 adopt "Picatinny Rail System" as NATO standard optical and electronic sight mounting and standard accessory rail
STANAG 2345 (Edition 34, 13 February 2003): Assessment and control of personnel exposure to radio frequency fields - 3 kHz - 300 GHz
STANAG 2389: Minimum Standards for Trained Explosive Disposal Personnel
STANAG 2404 (Draft): Joint Anti-Armor Operations
STANAG 2832 (Restricted 2): Restrictions for Railway Transport of Military Equipment to European Railways
STANAG 2834 (Edition 2): Technical Information Center for Explosive Ammunition Disposal (EODTIC)
STANAG 2866 Medical Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Personnel
STANAG 2868 (Edition 4): Land Forces Tactical Doctrine (ATP-35 (A))
STANAG 2873 Medical Support Operations in NBC Environment
STANAG 2889 (Edition 3): Marking and Roads of Hazardous Areas
STANAG 2920 Adoption of standards for ballistic protection levels and tests
STANAG 2961 NATO Land Forces Supply Classes
STANAG 2999: The Use of Helicopters in Ground Operations (ATP-1)
STANAG 3277 (Edition 6): Air Reconnaissance Request / Mission Form
STANAG 3497 (Edition 1): Aircrew's Aeromedical Training in Aircrew NBC Equipment and Procedures
STANAG 3596 Aerial Discovery Request Request and Target Reporting Guide
STANAG 3680 AAP-6 NATO Glossary and Definitions
STANAG 3700 (Edition 4): NATO Tactical Air Doctrine (ATP-33 (B))
STANAG 3736 (Edition 8): Attack Air Support Operations (ATP-27 (B))
STANAG 3805 (Doctrine and Procedures for Airspace Control in Time of Crisis and War) (ATP-4 (A))
STANAG 3838 MIL-STD-1553, mechanical, electrical and functional features of the serial bus
STANAG 3880 (Edition 2): Counter Air Operations (ATP-42 (B))
STANAG 4107 (Edition 7, August 2006): Reciprocal Acceptance of Government Quality Assurance and Use of Allied Quality Assurance Publications
STANAG 4172 Adoption of the 5.56 x 45mm NATO tour as the standard chamber of the entire NATO assault rifle
STANAG 4179 M16 Rifle | The adoption of the M16-style magazine as the standard 5.56 NATO magazine interface. Regardless of the design, all magazines and bins must be compatible with the magazine to be compatible.
STANAG 4184 (Edition 3, 27 November 1998): Microwave Landing System (MLS)
STANAG 4232 Digital Interoperability Between SHAN Tactical Satellite Communication Terminals
Digital interoperability between STANAG 4233 EHF Tactical Satellite Communication Terminals
STANAG 4406 Adoption of a military message standard based on the civilian X.400 standard
STANAG 4420 Representation of Symbols and Colors for NATO Maritime Units
STANAG 4545 (Edition 1, Change 1, 14 April 2000): NATO Secondary Image 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 Precise Approach and Landing
STANAG 4569 Protection Levels for Logistics and Protector of Light Armored Vehicles [1]
STANAG 4575 (Edition 2, 8 March 2005): NATO Advanced Storage Interface (NADSI)
STANAG 4579 Identifying the Standard Identity Friend or Enemy of the Friend or Enemy Navy that can be recognized and processed among all NATO countries
STANAG 4586 Standard Interface of Unmanned Control System (UCS) for NATO Unmanned Aerial Vehicle | UAV Interoperability
STANAG 4607 (Edition 1, 11 March 2005): NATO Land Movement Target Indicator Format (GMTIF)
STANAG 4609 (Edition 1, 23 March 2005): NATO Standard for Digital Motion Images
STANAG 5066 Elective Repeat ARQ adoption of a profile for HF Data Communications that supports error checking, HF E-Mail and IP-over-HF processing
STANAG 6004 Meaconing, Intrusion, Jamming and Interference Report
STANAG 6010 EW in the Battle of Land (ATP-51)
STANAG 7023 (Edition 3, 16 September 2004): NATO Primary Image Format (NPIF)
STANAG 7024 (Edition 2, 2 August 2001): Video Air Discovery 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 standards to be published
STANAG 4179 USGI M16 is a type of detachable firearm magazine recommended for standardization based on rifle magazine.
STANAG 4181 USGI M16 uses a stripper clip and guide tool to load recommended journals for standardization based on rifle stripper clips and guide kits.