Multinational Publications Electronic Library


Multinational Publications Electronic Library

The Multinational Publications Electronic Library (MPEL) is a series of unclassified, maritime operational and procedural publications that provide nations with common doctrine, techniques, training, procedures and information for planning and conducting operations and exercises with and between nontraditional partners.

The MPEL CD-ROM is distributed by the Navy Warfare Development Command to non-NATO coalition partners. These publications are available through a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) sponsor to all nations. The NATO Standardization Agency (NSA) is the agency within NATO that administers the Multinational Publication (MP) program.

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