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ATP 1 VOL 2:2008
Allied Maritime Tactical Signal And Maneuvering Book


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Publisher:    NATO Standardization Agreemens



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Published:   01 Oct 2008  
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Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 - GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
CHAPTER 2 - SINGLE FLAGS AND PENNANTS
CHAPTER 3 - EMERGENCY
CHAPTER 4 - FORM
CHAPTER 5 - STATION
CHAPTER 6 - TURN
CHAPTER 7 - CORPEN
CHAPTER 8 - SPEED
CHAPTER 9 - SCREEN
CHAPTER 10 - ANTIAIR WARFARE
CHAPTER 11 - ADMINISTRATION
CHAPTER 12 - AMPHIBIOUS
CHAPTER 13 - ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE
CHAPTER 14 - AIRCRAFT
CHAPTER 15 - GOVERNING GROUPS
CHAPTER 16 - COMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER 17 - COMMAND
CHAPTER 18 - ENTRY AND DEPARTURE
CHAPTER 19 - ENEMY
CHAPTER 20 - ELECTRONIC WARFARE
CHAPTER 21 - EXERCISES
CHAPTER 22 - GUNNERY AND MISSILES
CHAPTER 23 - HARASSMENT
CHAPTER 24 - INTERDICTION AND EMBARGO OPERATIONS
CHAPTER 25 - METEOROLOGY
CHAPTER 26 - MINE WARFARE
CHAPTER 27 - NAVIGATION
CHAPTER 28 - N.B.C.
CHAPTER 29 - RADAR
CHAPTER 30 - READINESS
CHAPTER 31 - REPLENISHMENT/TRANSFER
CHAPTER 32 - ANTISURFACE WARFARE
CHAPTER 33 - TACTICAL
CHAPTER 34 - SUPPLEMENTARY TABLES
CHAPTER 35 - STANDARD POSITION INDICATORS
INDEX

Abstract

Assists the dissemination of orders and information pertinent to Allied maritime operations. It contains maneuvering signals, standard operational signals, the more common administrative signals, and basic maneuvering instructions. The book is designed for communication between naval units of all types. It can be used with any method of signaling.

History

2008 [01/10/2008]

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