When there is time, I hope that Finnish coast guard aircraft and navy units get some more love:
And hopefully new Jurmo-class landing craft Wiki-link can be found (can't post links)
and older Jehu-class landing craft
The most important aircraft missing is coastal guar Dornier patrol craft
Do-228 Dornier (coast guard)
Passengers: max 4
Max take-off weight: 6 575 kg
Speed: 360 km/h
Range: 1 250 km
Kit: MSS 6000 surveillance kit (360 surface radar, SLAR, IR/UV sensor, high resolution camera, radio-direction finder)
System is pretty much state-of-the-art and based on Swedish design.
"The MSS 5000 and 6000 systems have been installed for coast guard organisations on several different aircraft types and in countries around the world, e.g. in Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Poland, Portugal, Greece, USA and Canada. The system uses state-of-the art technology and is designed to be an integral part of todays multi-faceted maritime surveillance mission. Facts The MSS 6000 for the Finnish Border Guard is a fully integrated system including SLAR (Side-Looking Airborne Radar), IR/UV (Infrared/ Ultraviolet) scanner, still and video cameras, AIS (Automatic Identification System), and a high-speed satellite data link. Existing FLIR and search radar will also be partially integrated. Information from the sensors will be displayed in real time and is tightly integrated with a tactical map. The map image has a large number of operator selectable overlays for back- ground information to support the mission. The map gives an up-to-date situation overview by providing the operator with time stamped information such as a plot of the flight track, continuously updated AIS information, observation and target notes, notes on location of captured images from cameras as well as geocorrected overlays from SLAR and IR/UV. All information from the mission is saved and can be compiled in mission reports and sent via the satellite data link to a command center and/or to cooperating units. "