NATO Map Symbols

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Unit Allegiance Symbols

Filled Symbols

NATO standards allow for either filled or unfilled symbols. Here are a few examples of filled symbols:

NATO Map Symbol - Friendly Unit - Solid.svg NATO Map Symbol - Airborne Infantry.svg

NATO Map Symbol - Friendly Unit - Solid.svg NATO Map Symbol - Combat Engineer (Tracked).svg

NATO Map Symbol - Friendly Unit - Solid.svg NATO Map Symbol - Mechanized Infantry in Wheeled AIFV.svg

NATO Map Symbol - Friendly Unit - Solid.svg NATO Map Symbol - Special Operations Force (Aviation).svg

NATO Map Symbol - Enemy Unit - Solid.svg NATO Map Symbol - Airborne (Hostile).svg

NATO Map Symbol - Enemy Unit - Solid.svg NATO Map Symbol - Infantry (Hostile).svg

NATO Map Symbol - Enemy Unit - Solid.svg NATO Map Symbol - Mechanized Infantry (Hostile).svg

NATO Map Symbol - Enemy Unit - Solid.svg NATO Map Symbol - Rocket Artillery (Hostile).svg

Unit Size Indicators

Friendly Force Unit Symbols

Infantry Units

Armour, Cavalry and Reconnaissance Units

Artillery Units

Engineer Units

Air Defence and Anti-Tank Units

Aviation

Special Operations Force

Combat Support Units

Combat Service Support Units

Health Services Units

Mobility Indicators

Enemy Force Unit Symbols

Land Combat Units

Land Combat Support Units

Combat Service Support Units

Neutral or Unaligned Unit Symbols

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