What is a nato code?
NATO code. (nā'tō kōd) A one- to three-letter designation assigned by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to some chemical compounds (including chemical warfare agents) considered to be of significance on the battlefield.
What countries are nato?
Those nations include:
- Belgium, Bulgaria
- Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic
- Germany, Greece
- Iceland, Italy
- Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg
What are the 28 nations of nato?
NATO members. Currently, NATO membership stands at 28 nations. The 12 original members from 1949 are Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Who are the current members of nato?
Current members of NATO include: Albania. Belgium. Bulgaria. Canada. Croatia. Czech Republic. Denmark.