In 1964, the group signed and ratified the Basic Standardization Agreement (BSA 64), which formalized the ABCA Standardization Program.
What does STANAG stand for?
STANAG stands for Standardization Agreement (NATO)
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Taiwan's industry executives pointed out the two sides' information-technology industries for the first time produced a standardization agreement after seven years of teamwork on examining industrial jargons and testing approaches used by each side.
Instruction will cover the structure and principles of the NATO standardization, standardization agreements, use of civil standards, and U.
ONLINE SPECS will also take you to links for other kinds of specifications and standards, including: * NATO and other International Standardization Agreements * Non-government standards * Other government agency standards, such as those published by the Department of Energy, the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The 1947 plan was replaced by several versions of the Tripartite Armies' Standardization Agreement until 1964.
Indeed, even seemingly standard interfaces, such as NATO Standardization Agreement 4206's (coversheeted as QSTAG 788) digital interface between switches, required special conversions to work.
It's true that the standardization agreement reached with West Germany opened the door for use of the turbine engine several years in the future, but that was at Rumsfeld's request.