NATO Handbook (2006)
The NATO Handbook was published by the NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division under the authority of the Secretary General as a reference book on the Alliance and on Alliance policies.
This handbook has not been updated for more than ten years; It is shown here for historical purposes; For an updated content, please refer to the NATO Encyclopedia, mentioned above.
Published by the Office of the Legal Adviser, Allied Command Transformation Staff Element Europe (Mons) with the active support and help of the Office of the Legal Adviser, Headquarters Allied Commander Transformation (HQ SACT, Norfolk, USA) and the Office of the Legal Adviser, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE, Mons, Belgium), this NATO Legal Deskbook is a revised, updated and re-structured version of the 2008 Edition.The Deskbook intends to reflect as closely as possible the policies and practice of NATO in legal matters, however, the Deskbook is not a formally approved NATO document and therefore shall not be deemed as reflection of the official opinion or position of NATO.
NATO Lessons Learned Handbook (February 2016)
This handbook, published by the Joint Analysis & Lessons Learned Centre (3rd ed.) uses NATO's approach to Lessons Learned as the underlying model but has been written to be relevant to any organization.
The purpose of this handbook is to guide and assist you in fulfilling your role in supporting their organization and NATO to effectively learn from experience.
NATO Logistics Handbook (November 2012)
The NATO Logistics Handbook is published under the auspices of the Logistics
Committee (LC) and aims to introduce logisticians at every level to some of
NATO’s basic principles, policies, concepts and the organisations which they will
encounter in the course of their work.
NATO Operations Assessment Handbook (July 2015)
This handbook defines and describes operations assessment principles, procedures and techniques in NATO, within the construct of operations planning, and should be used in conjunction with the Comprehensive Operations Planning Directive (COPD).