Reference document

Org
NATO Study (expected)
Pubnum
APP-11 Ed E Ver 1
Date
Version
Title
NATO Message Catalogue

Applicability

APP-11(D)(1) introduces 54 new messages and deprecates nine messages. Significant new information exchange capability have been included

  • Maritime – a number of new maritime OPTASKs and Maritime Interdiction Operation (MIO) messages are included as well as significant changes to the OPTASK LINK
  • Air – Eight new air messages have been added to support the NATO ACCS and TBM programmes as well as significant updates to the Air Tasking Order and OPTASK LINK.
  • Land – new messages supporting reporting at the tactical level, such as the MEDEVAC 9 liner and the IEDREP 10 liner.
  • Joint – An overhaul of the CBRN message set to reflect the changes to ATP 45(E)(1). The Friendly Force Information message (STANAG 5527 ed1) that replaces the unratified NFFI schema and a suite of logistics tracking messages (STANAG 2185, 2291) to support the LOGFS programme.

It is anticipated that many nations will move to APP-11(D)(1) and it is likely to become the underlying standard for many NATO systems. It is planed to publish a new version of APP-11(D) in early 2017 and 2018; these will include new operational requirements that are required before the next edition in 2019.

Responsible Party

Name
Information Exchange Requirements Harmonization Working Group

Status

URI
https://nso.nato.int/

History

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added 2019-12-12 12-025 13.0
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