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NATO Military Symbols for Land Based Systems

NATO Military Symbols for Land Based Systems

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Published by Michiel Groenewegen
NATO Military Symbols for Land Based Systems was the NATO standard for military map marking symbols. It was published as Allied Procedural Publication 6A (APP-6A). The symbols are designed to enhance NATO’s joint interoperability by providing a standard set of common symbols. APP-6A constitutes a single system of joint military symbology for land based formations and units, which can be displayed for either automated map display systems or for manual map marking. It covers all of the joint services and can be used by them.
NATO Military Symbols for Land Based Systems was the NATO standard for military map marking symbols. It was published as Allied Procedural Publication 6A (APP-6A). The symbols are designed to enhance NATO’s joint interoperability by providing a standard set of common symbols. APP-6A constitutes a single system of joint military symbology for land based formations and units, which can be displayed for either automated map display systems or for manual map marking. It covers all of the joint services and can be used by them.

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Published by: Michiel Groenewegen on Feb 25, 2013
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Commented APP-6A - Military symbols forland based systems
NATO’s current military symbology standard 
D.U. Thibault DRDC Valcartier 
Defence R&D Canada – Valcartier
Technical NoteDRDC Valcartier TN 2005-222September 2005
 
 
Defence R&D Canada – Valcartier 
Technical NoteDRDC Valcartier TN 2005-222September 2005
Commented APP-6A - Military symbols for land based systems
NATO's current military symbology standard 
D. U. ThibaultDRDC Valcartier 

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