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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 10/8/2018 3:26:05 PM   
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ORIGINAL: JanMasters0n

  • #1734 - R 91 Charles De Gaulle -- France (Navy), 1999
  • #440 - R 91 Charles De Gaulle -- France (Navy), 2002
  • #469 - R 91 Charles De Gaulle -- France (Navy), 2008
  • #2787 - R 91 Charles De Gaulle -- France (Navy), 2017-0, Rafale-only
  • #2754 - R 91 Charles De Gaulle -- France (Navy), 2019

    Commissioned in May 2001.

    General Data
    Height : 66.5 m
    Full Displacement : 42600 tons
    Crew : 1950 (1850 + 100 HQ Staff)
    Troop capacity : 800

    Sensors/EW
    #1081 - ARBB 33 -- Group x2; one on each side of the island
    #2286 - ARBR 21 [DR 3000S2]
    #3903 - ABRG 2 [Jammer] -- MAIGRET

    Mounts
    The eight planned 20mm/90 Giat 20F2 were never fitted, there are 4 * 12.7mm/50 MG instead, two each side.
    In 2011, Sagaie CM were dismounted.
    In 2015, a pair of Minigun have been seen aboard, not sure since when.


    Magazines
    600 tons max, no details though

    Comms/Datalinks
    Syracuse x2, Syracuse III SATCOM since 2009

    Docking facilities
    1 x Very Small Dock/Davit (0-11m Long)
    2x Small Dock/Davit (LCVP, 11.1-17m Long)

    Properties
    Refuel to Port x 1 (Out)
    Refuel from Port x 1 (In)
    Replenish to Port x 1 (Out)
    Replenish from Port x 1 (In)

    Propulsion
    Max speed : 25 knots until 2008, then 27 knots. (In 2000, a propeller broke and smaller ones, from Foch CV, were used. In 2008, new ones, US built, larger, were installed.)

    Fuel
    Aviation Fuel 3500 t
    Diesel fuel 1000 t

    Sources:
    "Le porte-avions Charles de Gaulle, Tome II, la vie à bord et le fonctionnement" (2003), SPE Barthélémy.
    "Le porte-avions Charles de Gaulle, Tome III, son groupe aérien embarqué" (2005), SPE Barthélémy.
    "Flottes de combat 2016", Bernard Prézelin, ISBN 978-2737363740.
    "Jane's Fighting Ships 2010".
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/equipements/batiments-de-combat/porte-avions/charles-de-gaulle-r-91
    http://www.ffaa.net/ships/aircraft-carrier/charles-de-gaulle/caracteristiques.htm
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/lautoprotection-du-charles-de-gaulle-va-etre-amelioree

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  • #2754 - R 91 Charles De Gaulle -- France (Navy), 2019

    Sensors
    - the DRBJ-11B will be replaced by a #2238 - SMART-S Mk2 , like DDG Cassard class do have (not an #2612 - Herakles 3D)
    - the two #1969 - DRBN 34 [Decca 1229] will be replaced by a pair of Scanter 6000 (closest match in current DB seems to be #5652 - Scanter 6002)
    - DRBV 15 and DRBV 26 will both remain as is (they could be replaced in 2030)

    - "#2190 - DIBC-2A Vigy 105 -- Group, 1998, Tracker" is to be replaced by a "#5271 - EOMS-NG [CCD/IR/Rangefinder] -- Group, Sagem"
    - "#2623 - DIBV-2 VAMPIR-MB -- Group, 1996, Detector" will be replaced by 3 "#3408 - Artemis" with a 360° FoV

    Mounts
    - provision will be made to install autonomous "#3165 - 20mm Narwhal 20B [M693] Burst [20 rnds]" along existing, manual, HMG.



    Sources:
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/charles-de-gaulle-plus-quun-arret-technique-une-refonte-0
    https://www.terma.com/press/news-2014/new-generation-of-terma-radar-selected-for-charles-de-gaulle/
    https://www.safran-group.com/fr/media/20150206_safran-modernise-le-porte-avions-charles-de-gaulle
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/lautoprotection-du-charles-de-gaulle-va-etre-amelioree





  • This has already been requested but wanted to add another reference link

    https://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/focus-analysis/naval-technology/5119-in-details-french-navy-aircraft-carrier-charles-de-gaulle-mid-life-refit.html

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    RE: US Army / USMC Units - 10/11/2018 4:31:22 PM   
    TheOriginalOverlord

     

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    Could we get the USS Des Moines 1957 from CWDB put in here along with a "hypothetical" version with late 80s upgrades like this?

    Des Moines class late 80's upgrade...4 x CIWS (white) 4 x Mk141 quad (yellow) 2x quad ABL tomahawk (red) Figure in new radars and ECM same as the Iowas etc... an Iowa "lite" if you will



    Thanks!



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    Noticed "US" F-4D and Es (and also J/S models) in the 80s are still equipped with AIM9Js and AIM7E/Fs. Wouldn't the 80s loadouts have the 9L/Ms and 7Ms(Ps)?


    RAF FG.1s already have 9Ls etc..

    thanks for any update to those..



    bump...


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    RE: US Army / USMC Units - 10/11/2018 8:40:52 PM   
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    So no DB updates were included in v1.14.5, it appears. Looks like we're waiting until the next major campaign release, whatever/whenever that will be.

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    RE: US Army / USMC Units - 10/11/2018 10:43:25 PM   
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    There's some very neat stuff in the pipeline. We're not sitting on our hands

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    RE: US Army / USMC Units - 10/11/2018 10:48:47 PM   
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    ORIGINAL: apache85
    There's some very neat stuff in the pipeline. We're not sitting on our hands


    Sometimes I get frustrated with what IS NOT present in the game, and then I find little things.
    Presently, I am building a scenario for the Evacuation of Hungnam... and found someone added demo charges to the weapons database, and now I can make blowing up harbor facilities part of the victory conditions.
    There is a lot of neat stuff in the game; you just have to find it.

    Thank you!


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    RE: US Army / USMC Units - 10/11/2018 11:24:02 PM   
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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: apache85

    There's some very neat stuff in the pipeline. We're not sitting on our hands



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    RE: US Army / USMC Units - 10/12/2018 4:26:29 PM   
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    Jane's: H-6J in service, at least 4 deployed.

    Weapons: Up to six YJ-12 AShM on the wing-hardpoints, and two KG800 ECM pods on outer-wing hardpoints.

    https://www.janes.com/article/83736/china-s-planaf-acquires-new-variant-of-h-6-strategic-bomber

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    Air Platforms
    China’s PLANAF acquires new variant of H-6 strategic bomber
    Andrew Tate, London - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly

    11 October 2018

    A new variant of the Xian Aircraft Corporation (XAC) H-6 long-range, anti-ship cruise missile (ASCM)-carrying bomber appears to have entered service with the People’s Liberation Army Navy Air Force (PLANAF).

    Satellite imagery taken on 7 September shows that four of the aircraft were on the ground at the PLANAF air base at Guiping-Mengshu.

    Although the design of the H-6 is derived from the Soviet-era Tupolev Tu-16 ‘Badger’, which China started to licence-build in 1959, new airframes of the bomber continue to be built by XAC.

    The aircraft at Guiping-Mengshu are assessed to be a variant of the H-6K, which has been in service with the People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) since about 2011.



    More information:
    http://chinese-military-aviation.blogspot.com/p/attack-aircraft.html#H-6J
    https://thediplomat.com/2018/10/chinas-navy-deploys-new-h-6j-anti-ship-cruise-missile-carrying-bombers/

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    Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class Upgardes - 10/13/2018 1:10:43 AM   
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    Canada to acquire trio of MAISR King Air 350ER aircraft
    Date Posted: 05-Oct-2018
    Author: Martin Streetly, London
    Publication: Jane's Defence Weekly

    The US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) has announced US State Department approval for the sale of three extended-range King Air 350ER business turboprops for use in Canada’s Manned Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (MAISR) programme.

    The USAF/US Army MC-12W platform displays key elements of the generic King Air 300/350 ISR configuration, namely a dorsal SATCOM antenna radome, a ventral equipment ‘canoe’ fairing, an electro-optical imaging turret, and fore- and aft- threat warning heads. (USAF)

    Announced on 4 October, the procurement will see the three aircraft undergo ‘customer unique’ modifications to suit them for the role, with their mission fit being listed as including L-3 Wescam’s MX-15D electro-optic/infrared (EO/IR) imager, Northrop Grumman’s AN/AAR-47B(V)2 missile and laser warning system and the BAE Systems/Extant Aerospace AN/ALE-47 countermeasures dispenser system. Other onboard equipment will include L-3 Communications Systems - West’s Vortex transceiver, Raytheon’s AN/APX-119 IFF transponder, the Rockwell Collins AN/ARC-210 transceiver, the KGV-135A communications security module, the KIV-77 cryptographic appliqué, and the KG-250X network encryptor.
    With associated tool sets, ground support equipment, airframe and engine spares, training, and logistics added in, the MAISR aircraft will cost approximately USD300 million. In programmatic terms, the Canadian Government initiated a US Foreign Military Sales (FMS) process relating to its MAISR programme in April which evolved into a two-stage process: acquisition of the platforms and their mission systems, followed by the announcement in June of its intention to let a future MAISR “complete programme” support services contract/s. Here, the support element will be tendered and is intended to maintain MAISR for a period of 20 years. Again, the MAISR capability will be deployed in support of Canada’s special forces.

    Coming hard on the heels of Costa Rica’s acquisition of an ISR King Air 350 during August 2018, Canada’s MAISR programme confirms Textron Aviation’s King Air 300/350 series of business turboprops as being amongst the world’s top ‘go-to’ airframes for the intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) role. In this context, (and at the time of writing), Jane’s has identified no less than 47 such applications around the world that fulfill military and para-military ISR, and civil and military flight inspection roles, with user nations including Argentina, Colombia, France, Iraq, Kuwait, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

    Corner Brook to receive first Victoria-class fit of new modular mast
    Date Posted: 02-Oct-2018
    Author: Dr. Lee Willett, London
    Publication: Jane's Navy International

    Key Points
    • Corner Brook will receive the upgraded Lockheed Martin AN/BQQ-10 (V)7 sonar processing suite (being the second Victoria boat to receive this fit, behind Windsor ), and an upgrade to the Mk 48 Mod 7AT heavyweight torpedo.
    • The Royal Canadian Navy Victoria-class submarine HMCS Corner Brook is to be fitted with the L3 Calzoni Universal Modular Mast, acquired under the US Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programme
    • The system will provide extremely high-frequency satcom capability for the RCN’s submarines

    The Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) diesel-electric submarine (SSK) HMCS Corner Brook is to become the first Victoria-class boat to receive a new modular communications mast.
    The L3 Calzoni Universal Modular Mast (UMM) has been acquired via the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programme with the US Navy (USN). The new mast is being fitted while Corner Brook undergoes deep maintenance in an extended docking and work period (EDWP) at Victoria Shipyards in Esquimalt, British Columbia.

    Corner Brook will emerge from EDWP carrying two UMMs: one will be dedicated to an advanced extremely high-frequency protected military satcom (AEHF PMSC) capability, and the other will be available for additional mission fits. All four Victoria SSKs will receive the AEHF PMSC satcom mast fit; each boat will also be capable of operating an additional UMM, although only one submarine will carry the second UMM at any one time.
    According to RCN submarine force commander Captain Christopher Robinson, the UMM fit will provide a new capability for the RCN in delivering access to AEHF PMSC, providing high-speed, high data-rate, two-way communications. This will deliver “guaranteed capability [with] US highly protected, global, AEHF MILSATCOM”, Capt Robinson told Jane’s .

    The PMSC-capable UMM will operate using an OE-562 antenna providing two-way 256 kbps data rates. “This is a significant improvement to our current capabilities,” Capt Robinson added. The UMM is preconfigured for the payload, with the antenna attached once the mast is installed.

    An additional benefit of installing the UMM fit, said Capt Robinson, is that the mast is similar to those fitted to USN and other submarines. This means that “the engineering associated with payload integration of future capabilities is greatly simplified”, he added.

    Capt Robinson said the opportunity to introduce the AEHF PMSC capability determined the timing of Canada’s decision to introduce the UMM, with the mast being the enabling mechanism for the capability. Given the time needed both to develop the installation and engineering package and to conduct the fit, he added, Corner Brook’s current EDWP was selected as the first installation opportunity.
    Alongside the UMM fit, Corner Brook will receive the upgraded Lockheed Martin AN/BQQ-10 (V)7 sonar processing suite (being the second Victoria boat to receive this fit, behind Windsor ), and an upgrade to the Mk 48 Mod 7AT heavyweight torpedo. Corner Brook is scheduled to complete EDWP and return to operational service in 2020.

    Chicoutimi is next in line to receive the UMM fit. While Corner Brook is receiving its fit during an EDWP, Capt Robinson said that “ Chicoutimi is uniquely being considered for an install during an in-service materiel re-certification work period in the 2020–21 time period”. The boat will also receive the Mk 48 Mod 7AT torpedo and AN/BQQ-10 (V)7 sonar upgrades. Chicoutimi is scheduled to return to operational service in 2021.
    In terms of whether the RCN will consider modular fit opportunities for all mast constructs on the Victoria boats, Capt Robinson said, “While there is no current plan to change the lifting apparatus of all payloads and sensors, the matter will likely be considered by our engineering team as part of their ongoing sustainment of those systems.”

    Comment
    Chicoutimi recently completed a routine extended deployment to the Asia-Pacific region. The boat returned to service in 2015, having completed its first EDWP in 2014; it is scheduled for its second EDWP from 2026.

    An EDWP occurs after every nine years of operational service. In-service maintenance is conducted throughout this nine-year operational window, and can include a docking period at the halfway point. The combination of EDWP and in-service maintenance processes is designed to enable the RCN to upgrade capabilities on a regular basis as new technology options emerge, while also extending the life of the hulls and addressing system obsolescence. The RCN aims to operate the Victoria boats into the late 2030s.


    Victoria Capability upgrades

    With Victoria-class operations proceeding at a steady pace, the RCN is also continuing with a long-term programme of upgrading the boats’ capabilities.
    Noting that the boats were designed in the mid-1980s to operate around the GIUK gap, Capt Robinson said, “We’ve sort of taken them and made them a more general-purpose submarine,” with a focus on long-range patrol and assigning a full range of taskings to them. Noting also the boats’ age of more than 25 years, ongoing modernisation work – carried out during EDWPs and in-service maintenance – is designed to deal with emerging capabilities that have come to the fore in that time, said Capt Robinson. “The boats go through large updates to deal with obsolescence in the EDWPs, but minor obsolescence issues, you deal with that in-service and we change things as required,” he said.
    “The biggest new capability that really paid off was BQQ-10,” Capt Robinson added. “The increase in processing power that came with [it] has just been phenomenal …. [It’s] moved the Victoria class ahead in a really large step.” The system provides the full range of active and passive sonar capabilities required to meet today’s, and tomorrow’s, ASW requirements, he added.
    Rear Adm Baines told Jane’s that “ Windsor itself brings one of the best sonars in the world to the table. Submarines, as you know, are absolute force multipliers because of their stealthiness and their ability to operate undetected. So, Windsor is a force multiplier in that respect”.

    Fourth-in-class Victoria boat HMCS Corner Brook is currently undergoing its EDWP. On returning to service in 2020, it will be the first Victoria boat fitted with the new Universal Modular Mast, bringing Protected Military Satellite Communications access capability. (Royal Canadian Navy/Department of National Defence) future capability upgrades will cover a range of systems, including radars and communications, Capt Robinson added. “One that I’m most enthusiastically anticipating is that Corner Brook will come out with a Universal Modular Mast.” This fit will bring access to advanced extremely high-frequency (AEHF) PMSC. In the context of the persistence and stealth a submarine brings to the fight, Capt Robinson noted, “having that reliable, high-speed/[high data-rate], two-way communications is going to pretty useful.” The other three boats will receive this new mast fit in their next EDWPs, he added.

    In managing the obsolescence of legacy electronic equipment on board, Capt Robinson said there is very little electronic equipment left on board that is original. “The entire starboard side of the submarine, the control room, is all new work stations.”

    The Lockheed Martin Librascope Submarine Fire Control System (SFCS) CMS and the BQQ-10 sonar use a common console. The Lockheed Martin SFCS uses the TI-18 hardware standard – similar to the standard used by the BQQ-10 – but has been specifically adapted to support Canadian requirements, as well as the Mk 48 Mod 7AT torpedo.

    The boats’ electronic support measures (ESM) capability is being upgraded from the Sea Search II system currently fitted to all boats: further details on this upgrade are not currently available.
    For navigation equipment, all RCN ships and submarines are in the process of receiving the OSI Maritime Systems ECPINS Warship 6.2 electronic shipborne navigational system.
    All Victoria boats are fitted with the Type 1007 submarine navigation radar, although manufacturer Kelvin Hughes is supplying its SharpEye downmast system to replace the Type 1007. “Functionality tests have gone very well, and the systems will be installed over the next few years, as the upgrades won’t require major maintenance availabilities,” Capt Robinson said. The Type 1007 radar will be the last of the Victoria-class boats’ legacy systems to be changed out, he added.




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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/13/2018 7:30:21 AM   
    KC45


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    About the ASM-1C, Japanese Navy(JMSDF but I call it as Navy) has one of that. Right now, it has 35nm attavk range.
    Compare to ASM-1, it does make scence but ASM-1C made up with SSM-1B. They where planned as XSSM-1B and XSSM-1C at same time as familiy weapon.
    Japanese Navy decided to use ASM-1C because ASM-2 is just for F-4EJ and F-2A/B.
    So Can you guys change their Attack range to same as SSM-1B. 75~80nm?

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/14/2018 2:41:46 AM   
    apache85

     

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    About the ASM-1C, Japanese Navy(JMSDF but I call it as Navy) has one of that. Right now, it has 35nm attavk range.
    Compare to ASM-1, it does make scence but ASM-1C made up with SSM-1B. They where planned as XSSM-1B and XSSM-1C at same time as familiy weapon.
    Japanese Navy decided to use ASM-1C because ASM-2 is just for F-4EJ and F-2A/B.
    So Can you guys change their Attack range to same as SSM-1B. 75~80nm?

    Sure, I just need a technical or industry reference.

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/14/2018 2:45:25 AM   
    KC45


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    That is kind of problem, I have few, but they are only in Japanese.
    Still Japanese wiki said 150km so this is easy to see.

    And I still cannnot post URLs so sorry about that.

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/14/2018 6:21:20 AM   
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    While I can't post any URLs I will put picture of P-1 with AGM-65F.
    Two AGM-65F loadout.




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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/14/2018 6:57:19 AM   
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    I'll add one more pic for P-1 with Harpoon. AGM-84D,The white one.
    The red and yellow one is ASM-1C.




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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/14/2018 5:43:39 PM   
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    Can the MQ-8B be added to the database for Taiwan?

    https://www.upmedia.mg/news_info.php?SerialNo=49852
    http://alert5.com/2018/10/15/taiwan-cleared-to-buy-mq-8b/

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/16/2018 4:07:24 PM   
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    JMSDF two new-class ships and one ROK Navy frigate. Could you add they to the database?



    Asahi-class destroyer (Preceded by Akizuki-class), 2018

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asahi-class_destroyer


    Maya-class destroyer (Preceded by Atago-class), 2020

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya-class_destroyer


    Daegu-class frigate (Incheon-class Block 2), 2018

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daegu-class_frigate

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/17/2018 9:20:26 AM   
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    Someone pointed out that UK's F-35B has GAU-22 by default, and that's false. No F-35B has internal gun.

    Also requested GAU-22 Gunpod version for F-35B:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUcln7StaEw

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/17/2018 3:32:29 PM   
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    Can we get a hypothetical AT-6 Texan and A-29 Super Tucano for the USAF Light attacker program? They will acquire a good number of one of them soon.

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/17/2018 9:30:52 PM   
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    Can we get a hypothetical AT-6 Texan and A-29 Super Tucano for the USAF Light attacker program?


    AT-6 Texan? Those aircraft are over 70 years old! I doubt they would be even considered for that program!

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/18/2018 1:35:29 AM   
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    AT-6 light attack from T-6 TexanⅡ is the aircraft he wants to say, I belive.

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/18/2018 5:51:55 PM   
    orca

     

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    please add China PLANAF H-6J

    based on H-6K (same engine, sensors, properties, etc)

    proposed loadouts:

    6 YJ-12 and 2 wingtip ECM pods(maybe KG-800)
    6 YJ-100 and 2 wingtip ECM pods(maybe KG-800)
    6 YJ-83K and 2 wingtip ECM pods(maybe KG-800)
    same bomb and mine loadouts as H-6G

    range increased to be similar to various H-6K loadout ranges


    China’s Navy Deploys New H-6J Anti-Ship Cruise Missile-Carrying Bombers
    https://thediplomat.com/2018/10/chinas-navy-deploys-new-h-6j-anti-ship-cruise-missile-carrying-bombers/

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/19/2018 6:34:53 PM   
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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Scorpion86

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: LORDPrometheus
    Can we get a hypothetical AT-6 Texan and A-29 Super Tucano for the USAF Light attacker program?


    AT-6 Texan? Those aircraft are over 70 years old! I doubt they would be even considered for that program!


    quote:

    ORIGINAL: KC45
    AT-6 light attack from T-6 TexanⅡ is the aircraft he wants to say, I belive.


    You are absolutely correct I meant to say the AT-6 Wolverine which is a militarized Beechcraft T-6 which is a derivative of the AT-6 Texan. The T-6 first flew in 98'

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/19/2018 6:46:56 PM   
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    Also. Any chance of adding the Chinese Type 001A carrier? We may not have perfect information but it will be commissioned within a year and most relevant info is published.

    There is also the KJ-600, a derivative of the Y-7 that is meant to be a carrier AEW aircraft like the E-2. Apparently it is in service already but since you could never get it working on a Ski Jump carrier it must be shore based until the Type 002 carriers are built.


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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/19/2018 8:47:31 PM   
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    Please change the Type 051B DDG 167 Shenzhen MLU's AShM to YJ-12A supersonic anti ship missile. It has been confirmed just recently by an open day in Shenzhen:



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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/19/2018 11:19:41 PM   
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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Dysta

    Someone pointed out that UK's F-35B has GAU-22 by default, and that's false. No F-35B has internal gun.

    Also requested GAU-22 Gunpod version for F-35B:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUcln7StaEw


    As I recall the UK F-35B does not mount a gun. Weird factoid - UK Typhoons have cannon but they aren't 'enabled', ie loaded or even trained with.

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/20/2018 2:46:58 AM   
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    I hope this is the right place to point this out:

    In the DB3000, the AN/AWW-13 Datalink Pod description is wrong - it's for an AN/ALQ-220.


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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/20/2018 7:40:14 AM   
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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Primarchx
    As I recall the UK F-35B does not mount a gun.

    I don't know if the UK will stock inventory of gun pods, but UK F-35Bs will 100% be capable of mounting them if required / provided.

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    RE: Canada MAISR King Air Purchase and Victoria Class U... - 10/20/2018 7:01:41 PM   
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    Could please add Karakurt class corvette Russia. 7th ready launch soon

    https://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2018/october-2018-navy-naval-defense-news/6570-pella-shipyard-to-launch-seventh-project-22800-karakurt-class-corvette-burya.html

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karakurt-class_corvette

    https://www.naval-technology.com/projects/project-22800-karakurt-class-corvettes/

    Thank!




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    B-52 Loadouts - 10/20/2018 9:34:56 PM   
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    -AGM-142 HAVE NAP missiles
    "Of ACCs three bomber types, only the B-52 carries the AGM-142 missile. It is carried externally on the Heavy Stores Adapter Beams (HSAB) under each wing. Each HSAB can carry two missiles or one missile and a DLP. The DLP is normally carried on the aft station of the right HSAB. For single ship operations, the Buff carries three missiles and a DLP. For formation deliveries, total of four missiles can be carried by each aircraft with at least one aircraft in the formation carrying the DLP and serving as the missile controller for the whole flight."

    Source: ACC Bomber Triad: The B-52s, B-1s, and B-2s of Air Combat Command by Don Logan

    Therefore for each AGM-142 loadout on the aircraft, there needs to be a 3 missile w/1 DLP loadout, but also a 4 missile loadout, and the capability of the DLP to control multiple missiles simultaneously from multiple aircraft.

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    RE: B-52 Loadouts - 10/21/2018 9:23:06 AM   
    KC45


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    Tons of JMSDF weapons

    SH-60J/K has Chaff and Flare. AN/ALE-47


    JMSDF Akizuki-class has FAJ(Floating Acoustic Jammer) and MOD(MObile Decoy) and removed AN/SLQ-25 Nixie.
    Akizuki, Asahi,Izumo, Maya-class has this system. (you can see that on each Wiki page.
    The system is http://www.mod.go.jp/j/approach/hyouka/seisaku/results/24/jigo/sankou/01.pdf (sorry mostly Japanese but this is good picture.)
    https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Floating_Acoustic_Jammer_on_JDS_DD-116_Teruzuki_at_Harumi-pier,_Tokyo_(2013_Dec_1)_25.jpg (pic of FAJ/ beside SSM-1B)


    As you can see, submarines also have MOD for self defence.

    MOD is just beside 324mm HOS 303(Mk32).
    http://www.pcpulab.mydns.jp/main/images/mod.jpg


    https://www.reddit.com/r/WarshipPorn/comments/38dlaa/floating_acoustic_jammer_faj_launcher_on_the/ (raddit rink I found with English info)

    Japan replaced some Mk46 by Type-97 LWT(so from 1997/DBID:314) and then Type-12(GRX-5) LWT(from 2012/NOT SSM). They replaces some ship( witch have HOS-303),all Aircrafts(P-3C, SH-60J/K and P-1) LWT. But They still have capable of Mk46 after the replacement.
    Ships with HOS-303 are Hyuga-class, Akizuki-class and Asahi-class for now.
    So can you change that?
    Just for example of SH-60K using Type-97 or 12.
    (wiki of SH-60J/K)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitsubishi_H-60
    http://jmsdf.info/img/jmsdf_01165.jpg (SH-60K+Mk46)
    https://blogimg.goo.ne.jp/user_image/0c/4b/6bc126211f03ae8b5fbbd0fbe5724bfb.jpg (SH-60K+type79)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_97_Light_Weight_Torpedo_(G-RX4) (Wiki of Type-97, for reference of P-3C)It said Mk32 torpedo tubes but type-97 is for HOS-303
    https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/97%E5%BC%8F%E9%AD%9A%E9%9B%B7 (Japanese wiki, use google translate.)
    https://harpgamer.com/harpforum/topic/23387-requests-for-the-hcdb-official-db-of-hce-and-hcdb2/?page=65&tab=comments#comment-53772 (here is forum of other game, but has correct info.)



    Type-12 LWT is new Torpedo so No detail infomation even in Japanese.

    Type-07 VLA system replaces RUM-139 VLA.Warhead is Type-97(2007-2012) or Type-12(2012-) LWT.
    Akizuki, Asahi, Maya-class has Type-07, but Akizuki-class starts equip from DD-116 Teruzuki.
    Improved range and using Type-97 and Type-12 for deeper and more silent target.
    https://www.monch.com/mpg/ebooks/naval-forces/2017/01/index.html#p=51
    There not a lot of info, but you can find the name just above the "New Panch".



    For correct info of Akizuki-class: This might help. You can DL the pdf file.
    http://www.wrk.ru/forums/attachment.php?item=628057

    quotes from the pdf
    The VLS also houses vertically-launched ASROC (Anti-Submarine Rocket) missiles.
    The nominal outfit is sixteen missiles on the basis of one missile per cell. ASROC is a
    lightweight torpedo deployed by a solid-propellant rocket that is fired towards the sea
    area where a submarine detected by sonar is thought to be located. The torpedo
    separates from the rocket when the target area is reached, descending to the sea by
    means of a parachute. The torpedo operates as a homing weapon once it has been
    launched into the sea. The JMSDF originally used the US Navy’s ASROC system but –
    from Teruzuki (DD-116) onwards – has now standardised on an indigenous Type 07
    torpedo-projection rocket. Similarly, the weapon deployed by the ASROC system is the
    indigenous Type 97 torpedo.

    Underwater Weapons:
    The principal anti-submarine weapon deployed on the class is
    the Type 97 lightweight torpedo. In addition to being utilised in vertically-launched
    ASROC missiles, these can also be launched from triple HOS-303 mountings that are
    located in both sides of the superstructure just forward of the first funnel. It can also be
    deployed by an embarked sea control helicopter.
    The Type 97 weapon will soon be replaced by the new Type 12 torpedo, which was
    developed from the late 1990s onwards by the TRDI under the designation GRX-5.

    The new torpedo has been specifically designed to have an improved performance in littoral
    waters, where there is greater variability in areas such as temperature, water flow,
    salinity and seabed shape. It retains the propulsion system and warhead of its
    predecessor but incorporates a new sensor to deal more effectively with these
    conditions. The signal processing capabilities of the guidance system have also been
    improved.



    And here is new of Asahi-class info.
    http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2017/july-2017-navy-naval-forces-defense-industry-technology-maritime-security-global-news/5433-first-jmsdf-25dd-class-asahi-asw-destroyer-started-sea-trials.html

    For additional info for Asahi-class, that is specified for ASW mission. improved OQQ-24 sornar system and OQR-4 TACTAS. And equip FAJ and MOD for anti-torpedo system.

    Using COGLAG(COmbined Gas turbine eLectric And Gas turbine) Engine type
    https://navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2018/may-2018-navy-naval-defense-news/6194-ge-lm2500-marine-gas-turbines-power-japan-s-new-js-asahi-destroyer.html

    Asahi-class's OPY-1 radar is based on FCS-3A for Akizuki-class but removed LAD(local Air defence) function.



    Newest Soryu-class sub, Oryu now remove AIP and lead-acid batteries and put Lithium-ion ons. This makes faster and bigger capasity size of the battery.
    https://asia.nikkei.com/Economy/Trade-War/Japan-s-silent-submarines-extend-range-with-new-batteries



    ASM-1C, I finally found reference,
    http://www.mod.go.jp/j/approach/agenda/meeting/seisan/sonota/pdf/05/001.pdf (P14)
    http://web.archive.org/web/20130124150431/http://www.mod.go.jp/trdi/data/pdf/50th/TRDI50_07.pdf (P28)
    Picture underthere is from above two.
    You can see ASM-1C is same generation of SSM-1B.
    And By the book Technical Research and Development Institute(TRDI) published, in Japanese but the part is saying
    "なお、ASM-1C固有の機能である、ハープーンミサイルの最大射程以上の発射、"
    "Further, ASM-1C's specific function, launch from longer maximum range of Harpoon missile,"

    So ASM-1C's maximum range is 100nm, same as SSM-1B.
    This is it for now.




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    RE: B-52 Loadouts - 10/21/2018 9:28:33 AM   
    KC45


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    JASDF new and missing weapons

    F-2
    https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/products/sniper.html?_ga=2.53303840.961398402.1539748117-1571763391.1539748117
    We can find The site of Sniper XR at Lockheed Martin's over view. We can find F-2 has variants Sniper ATP.

    According to this infomation, Japan bought Sniper XR from 2015.
    because news of Sniper ATP at 2014
    https://news.lockheedmartin.com/2014-11-18-2014-Secretary-of-Defense-PBL-Award-Goes-to-Sniper-Advanced-Targeting-Pod-Team
    (No F-2)

    News of 2015
    https://news.lockheedmartin.com/2015-10-05-The-Netherlands-Chooses-Lockheed-Martins-Sniper-Advanced-Targeting-Pod-for-F-16-Fleet
    (Yes! F-2)

    and ASM-3 with AAM-4 and AAM-3/5 and 600 gal tank 2 of each of them.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/MilitaryPorn/comments/3ks2iy/mitsubishi_xf2a_test_aircraft_carrying/

    Japan signed Convention on Cluster Munitions,
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convention_on_Cluster_Munitions
    No longer using cluster bombs. For F-2 after 2009. So can you guys delete CBU's from load out from 2009?


    U-125A
    Aircraft for SAR mission.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawker_800

    UH-60J, Chaff and Flare
    http://photozou.jp/photo/photo_only/213633/239520913?size=1024#content

    UH-60J's AN/AAR-60(V) The pic below
    http://art33.photozou.jp/pub/633/213633/photo/239520934_624.v1539615628.jpg

    This is from his site.

    And AAR mission
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/70/JASDF_UH-60J_%28591%29_tankt_bij_in_de_lucht_boven_de_Japanse_Zee%2C_-5_juni_2014_a.jpg



    Info From Japanese Ministery of defence: Tons of useful information of Japanese Forces
    http://www.mod.go.jp/e/d_budget/
    F-15J Update(Page8)
    http://www.mod.go.jp/e/d_budget/pdf/300914.pdf
    F-35A and JSM(Joint strike missle) (Page9)
    http://www.mod.go.jp/e/d_budget/pdf/300329.pdf
    Additional installment of aerial refueling functions to transport aircraft(C-130) for UH-60J
    http://www.mod.go.jp/e/d_budget/pdf/300329.pdf

    And GBU-39SDB for F-35A You can find name of Japan.
    https://thedefensepost.com/2018/01/03/boeing-contract-6000-small-diameter-bombs/




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