AC/135 Home

  

Updated: 15-Sep-2017

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1. GENERAL
2. ORIGINS AND GOVERNANCE
3. COMMON RULES AND DATA STANDARDS
3.1. Item Identification
3.2. The NATO Stock Number
3.3. Categories of Item Data
3.4. Relationship between the NATO NCBs
3.5. NATO Stock Number Assignment and "User Registration"
4. INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS DATA EXCHANGE
4.1. Maintenance of Logistics Data Records
4.2. Cataloging Tools Maintenance
4.3. Benefits of the NCS
4.4. Operational Advantages
4.5. Economic Advantages
5. NCS SPONSORSHIP
5.1. Partners for Peace (PfP)
5.2. NATO AC/135's BASELOG Program
5.3. The Pacific Area Cataloging System (PACS)
5.4. Other Country Interest
5.5. NATO Codification Products
5.6. The NCS - A Cornerstone of Defense Logistics Cooperation
6. INFO


Issued by
Brenda Eddy and Steven Arnett, Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS), on behalf of the Group of National Directors on Codification (AC/135)