The STANAG standards are published by NATO to provide common military or technical procedures for NATO members.
Some are publicly available in NATO’s online library. They provide many of the standards used in Military Messaging Handling Systems (MMHS).
STANAG 4406 v2 is the Military Message Handling System (P772).
|STANAG 4406 Edition|
|Edition 2||STANAG 4406 Edition 2|
|Main Body||STANAG 4406 Military Message Handling System Main Body|
|Annex A||MMHS Extensions|
|Annex B||Interoperability of Secure MMHS|
|Annex C||Alpha Profiles Set|
|Annex D||ACP127 Gateway|
|Annex E||MMHS Tactical Protocol and Profile|
|Annex F||Guidelines for the use of Messaging Services|
|Annex G||Compatibility with PCT based MMHS Security|
|Annex H||NATO Security Labelling Guidance for MMHS|
|WP7||Electronic Naming of NATO Information|
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