A steering committee controls the complete NILE program. The Link 22 system is centered around its core component, the system network controller SNC. To ensure compatibility across Link 22 implementations, all participants must use this SNC software. Each implementing nation will acquire this software and will implement it in a hardware environment suitable for its own application. This Guidebook has been written in a manner that provides information for Link 22 operators, planners, managers, executives, developers, and testers.
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Ukrainian The ability to work together is more important than ever for the Alliance. States need to share a common set of standards, especially among military forces, to carry out multinational operations. Highlights To work together effectively and efficiently, NATO forces as well as partner forces need to share common set of standards. Interoperability The ability to act together coherently, effectively and efficiently to achieve Allied tactical, operational and strategic objectives.
Standardization NATO standardization is the development and implementation of concepts, doctrines and procedures to achieve and maintain the required levels of compatibility, interchangeability or commonality needed to achieve interoperability. Standardization affects the operational, procedural, material and administrative fields. This includes a common doctrine for planning a campaign, standard procedures for transferring supplies between ships at sea, and interoperable material such as fuel connections at airfields.
It permits NATO countries to work together, as well as with their partners, preventing duplication and promoting better use of economic resources. Standard A document, established by consensus and approved by a recognised body which provides, for common and repeated use, rules, guidelines or characteristics for activities or their results, aimed at the achievement of the optimum degree of order in a given context.
Its mission is to foster NATO standardization with the goal of enhancing the operational effectiveness of Alliance military forces. Achievements and products Alliance operations cannot be effective or efficient without common standards. Standardization contributions to the NDPP enhance the interoperability of those forces and capabilities.
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Standardization Agreements (STANAGs)