Electronic NATO Ammunition DataBase

eNADB

The electronic NATO Ammunition DataBase is a powerful ammunition-dedicated search tool, containing extensive information about ammunition, covering more than 435,000 items held in the NATO inventories.

  • Ammunition Interchangeability, Technical and Logistics Data on all types of ammunition used in NATO countries.
  • Publications Library - collection of NATO ammunition publications (English & French versions); some national ammunition publications are also included. The library can be searched for words or text strings.
  • Cross-references between Ammunition Data entries and Publications.

The eNADB is available to authorized Government organizations and commercial entities on an annual subscription basis.

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If you wish to subscribe to the electronic NATO Ammunition Data Base (eNADB), simply fill in this form and submit it on-line.

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Subscription Terms & Conditions

Those wishing to subscribe to the electronic NATO Ammunition Data Base (eNADB) are invited to pay a subscription fee in advance for one year's subscription. Discounts are available for multiple subscriptions as follows:

eNADB Price Schedule Unit Price
1 License 1400 €
Subscription Set (2 Licenses) 2500 €
3 to 10 Additional Licenses 1000 €/each
11 and+Additional Licenses 500 €/each

Those subscribing to the eNADB accept the following general conditions:

Agreement: The eNADB access (Login User ID and Password) will be supplied to the authorized subscriber for a period of one year, with tacit renewal.

Users of eNADB acknowledge that NATO and its data providers expressly disclaim the accuracy of any data and shall not be liable for any errors, omissions, other defects, delays or interruptions in such data, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon. Neither NATO nor its data providers will be liable for any damages relating to the use of the information provided herein.

By logging in to the eNADB you accept:

  • Not to copy or disseminate the data or software contained in the eNADB in whole or in part by any means for use outside the authorized subscriber's organization, without obtaining prior written consent from the NSPA General Services Programme.
  • That the interchangeability data is not to be used for interchanging ammunition during training or exercises as specified in AOP-6 unless participating nations agree to do so.

NSPA reserves the right to refuse requests for subscriptions from any organization or individual.

Duration of Subscription: A subscription lasts one year and is renewed automatically (tacit renewal) on payment of the following year's subscription fee. To avoid delays, subscription fees should be paid at least two months in advance. Subscription renewal notices will be sent to all users some four months before the expiry of their on-going subscription.

Upon confirmation of payment, NSPA provides the subscriber of eNADB online application with a login USER ID and PASSWORD.

NSPA maintains an updated address list for this purpose. It is therefore in the interest of the subscriber to notify us immediately of any change in address.

Please use the subscription form. For inter-bank and SWIFT transfers, it is advisable to fax NSPA a copy of the payment voucher together with a printed copy of your subscription form.

Point of contact for subscription matters:

NATO Support Agency (NSPA)
General and Cooperative Services Programme (LB) - eNADB
L-8302 CAPELLEN
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Tel.: +(352) 3063-6261
Fax: +(352) 3063-6660
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Can my organization subscribe to the eNADB?

A1. In most cases – Yes. The eNADB has been produced to meet the needs of NATO's armed forces and those who support them. Use of the eNADB is not restricted to NATO countries. All NATO Government organizational elements, NATO member country contractors, and suppliers as well as non-NATO Government organizations, suppliers and contractors are eligible to subscribe to the eNADB. Although there are practically no limitations, requests for subscription will be screened and may be rejected.

Q2. Can my organization pay for its eNADB subscription with a credit card?

A2. Yes. Simply authorize NSPA (in writing) to debit your credit card account (VISA card, Euro/MasterCard) giving the card number and expiry date. You can also print the subscription form fill it in and return it by fax +352 3063 6660/mail to

Q3. What does the eNADB provide?

A3. The eNADB is a powerful ammunition dedicated search tool with technical and logistics information on all ammunition (including guided missiles in service in the armed forces of all NATO countries) used by NATO and non-NATO nations.

Users are able to search on NATO Stock Number, item name, ammunition model number, manufacturer, weapon, user nation and other similar criteria.

The eNADB provides a list of all ammunition types which meet all selected criteria. Users are then able to obtain full technical details on each of these items. Information can be printed or exported for use in another software application. Similarly, Allied Publications are indexed by publication number, title, custodian, publication date, and sponsoring group. These documents can be viewed, printed or electronically searched for specific text.

The information is updated regularly throughout the year, on a permanent basis with data from the records of the National Codification Bureaux and the NATO committees, working groups, agencies and member nations.

The detail for each item depends on the amount of information contained in national codification records, which varies from country to country. The information for each item is presented in basic, technical and interchangeability screens. The Interchangeability information is derived from Allied Ordnance Publication 6 (AOP 6). This is one of more than 470 ammunition related publications included in the document library. Where appropriate, there are links between the ammunition data and related publications. Ammunition publications include NATO Standardization Agreements (STANAGs), Allied Publications (APs) and selected national publications that are of interest to a wider audience.

eNADB is a 24/7 internet access secure web database, hosted and maintained by NSPA.

Q4. Is Help provided for the use of the eNADB?

A4. Yes. In the right top corner of the database you will find the Help Files tab

While using the eNADB application, if needed, click on the button Help Files to have more information about the program and its features.
The eNADB Help Files provides a wealth of information on how to use the eNADB. We know it is unusual for people to refer to a user manual except in an extreme emergency, but we really do recommend that you take a little time to discover the many possibilities for using the eNADB. The Tutorial provides a series of useful exercises that can be printed for reference. They will help you learn how to find information that might otherwise remain hidden forever.

Q5. Are there pictures or images of the ammunition in the eNADB?

A5. Yes, many items in the eNADB have an image as part of the supplementary information offered in Allied Publications. The codification information has been linked to the precise pages which contain this supplementary data.

Q6. Can you make Wild Card Searches?

A6. Use the asterix (*) symbol to widen your search. For example, if you are looking for ammunition with the M107 model number, "M107" in the Ammo Model Number field gives 25 results, whereas typing "M107*" produces 29 hits, including ammunition model number M107B2, M107C1 and M1070. Also, if you are looking for ammunition with a particular UN number, type "UN*" in the browse list of Ammo Tech/Log Info field, it gives you the list with all the different UN numbers available in the database.

Q7. Can you make Item Name Code (INC) Searches?

A7. Searching for items by name can be confused by language differences. For instance, a cartridge can also be a cartouche, cartucho, cartucce, patrone, patron, patroon or fysek. To search for all Cartridge, 7.62 millimeter, blank in the data base, look up a single entry and note the related Item Name Code –INC. Then make the query in the INC search field with the obtained INC (19826). A search using this INC will find 208 entries, despite the language differences.

Also, you can refine your search. In the Item Name Code Browse list, select "Item name" search in the drop down menu and type for example "grenade*", and click on the search button. A result list will give you all the entries with the corresponding Item Name Code.

Q8. Can you make Document Searches?

A8. It is worth spending a little time to become familiar with the document library to discover the wealth of information it contains. There are some gems, such as AOP-8, the NATO Fuze Catalogue, which contains diagrams and technical descriptions of hundreds of fuzes.

Q9. What is the duration of the subscription?

A9. A subscription lasts one year and is renewed automatically (tacit renewal) on payment of the following year's subscription fee. To avoid delays in delivery, subscription fees should be paid at least two months in advance. Subscription renewal notices will be sent to all users some four months before the expiry of their on-going subscription.

Q10. What minimum configuration do I need to run the eNADB?

A10. The following minimum hardware / software configuration is recommended:

  • Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
  • High-speed internet access (min. 1Mb/sec)
  • Intel® Pentium® IV processor
  • 2GB of RAM (4GB recommended)
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 or higher / Mozilla Firefox 4.0 or higher
  • Javascript enabled browser
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.0 or higher
  • Minimum screen resolution required 1024x768


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WHAT'S NEW

The NATO ammunition secure web-based database, hosted and maintained by NSPA. Technical and logistics information on ammunition used by NATO and non-NATO nations. Data updated regularly throughout the year. 24/7 internet access. User interface in English and French.

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