NATO code

NATO code

(nā'tō kōd)
A one- to three-letter designation assigned by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to some chemical compounds (including chemical warfare agents) considered to be of significance on the battlefield.
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It is in this to deliver on the demand of lubricants, NATO code O-253.
A: During a recent NATO fuels and lubricants working group meeting, a new NATO code was issued for Jet A with military additives: F-24.
Russia's Sukhoi showed its Su-35 fighter, the latest version of its family of multi-role jets known by its NATO code name of Flanker.
Additional tests demonstrated the Spider to EAC/Mobile Subscriber Equipment switching systems interoperable, but dialing between the Spider and EAC/ MSE networks required a 13-digit dialing sequence (3-digit NATO code, 3-digit area code and the seven-digit number).
All Allied code names given to Japanese aircraft during World War II are included, as are NATO code names for Cold War Soviet aircraft.
The Nato Code considers it vital to perform risk analyses to illuminate the uncertainties associated with the issues of interest to the sponsor; many a game participant (and sponsor) has drawn a misleading inference from the idiosyncratic outcome of a single game.
The Nato Code of Best Practice offers one approach to the problem, a scenario framework that subsumes three major categories--external factors (the political, military, and cultural situation), the capabilities of actors (friendly and adversary forces, noncombatants), and the environment (geography, terrain, and weather).
Three operators scan for aircraft taking off which they quickly identify as friend or foe by challenging them for a secret Nato code.
Contract notice: Supply of fuel, marine diesel with the nato code f-75 in companies tankers.
Contract award: supply of fuel for aviation turbine nato code f-34 in the amount of 318 800 kg in 2014, case no.
The conclusion of a framework agreement under which aviation fuel, JET A-1, NATO Code F-35 can be called.
46) North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, Standardization Agreement 2116, NATO CODES FOR GRADES OF MILITARY PERSONNEL (1992, ed.

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