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RE: Myanmar Navy. - 3/11/2017 10:04:46 AM   
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Yeah, the same depth limitations of Los Angeles-class was showed in two other transcendent books:
https://www.amazon.com/Cold-War-Submarines-Construction-1945-2001/dp/1574885308
https://www.amazon.com/U-S-Submarines-Since-1945-Illustrated/dp/1557502609

(in my personal DB in Harpoon HCE/HUCE Los Angeles and derivatives for years are limited to intermediate depth, no more deep depth).

Adjusted. Thanks

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RE: Myanmar Navy. - 3/12/2017 3:59:36 PM   
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http://www.eastpendulum.com/df-26-le-missile-balistique-antinavire-a-tres-longue-portee-se-devoile-enfin

Henri.K about the DF-26, whose warhead/RV has been revealed recently.



And yeah, even though people might cry "Copy of the Pershing-II!!!1" now, there really isnt any better design to achieve the mission requirements eg. the angle-of-attack at Mach 8 and beyond than the sphere-biconic-with-flaps configuaration, as Henri points out with the Chinese research paper that was recently disclosed.




surprisingly good google translate, pointing out the requirements for the RV and its capability of reaching up to Mach 11 at terminal stage (and Mach 14 immediately after boost phase):

quote:


So why this "physical resemblance"?

Have the engineers of the two Chinese missile groups, CASC and CASIC, "copied" again as the media try to repeat it - for lack of technical arguments and probably to remain "politically correct" and to please the Public hearings - or are there many special reasons because the physical laws are expressed in the same way for everyone living under the same sky?

The research paper " Design for aerodynamic configuration of a hypersonic axisymmetric maneuverable reentry vehicle ", written by the chief engineer of the DF-26 program, ZHU Guang Sheng (朱广生), which belongs to the CALT Institute, Be given some explanation on the choice of this technical configuration.

ZHU first outlined the needs of its study for a maneuverable atmospheric reentry vehicle, which must perform large mid- and high-altitude maneuvers, rapid low-level trajectory changes, and controllable adjustments in position and speed during Of the terminal approach phase.

For this, the machine must have the following characteristics:

Relatively large lift and high aerodynamic fineness
A small margin of static stability
Effective control of aerodynamic control surfaces
A sufficient internal working volume
Low load torque
A controllable descent speed

A ballistic missile with an optimum trajectory of 4,000 km reaches a speed of more than 5 km / s after its propelled phase, and nearly 3.8 km / s, a little more than Mach 11 at the apogee Of its course. The lift of such a hypersonic gear, at the time of its atmospheric re-entry, comes mainly from its body, and the aerodynamic fineness of its form. The control surfaces only serve to control. Thus, the aerodynamic shape of the atmospheric re-entry head must meet the needs of a large normal force and low axial force.

In order for the various sensors of the head to operate optimally, in particular in the case of an ASBM which combines the information coming from multiple sensors in order to be able to locate, identify and acquire its target, it requires that the descent speed be controllable. And the best way to regulate this velocity is by conical motion, that is, the velocity vector of the head rotates about its symmetrical axis.

And the form that meet all these criteria for such a head is precisely biconical. But the precise dimensions of this bi-cone so that the flight is optimum vary according to the speed of the craft, the mass, the barycentre and a set of parameters.


So, Henri.K and the research paper is implying that the DF-26 ASBM is a faster missile than the DF-21D ASBM is, due to the longer range and more propellant that can be used to increase speed of up to 5km/s (Mach 14) during boost-phase. Terminal velocity after reentry would be 3.8km/s (Mach 11), which would be expected for an IRBM, actually.

Also, he estimates that the range is 4000km and there are at least 4 Brigades deployed today.




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RE: Myanmar Navy. - 3/12/2017 5:44:52 PM   
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The bicone design shouldn't be so secretive or difficult to make, but why it takes too long for China to reveal it?

But the US have precised the ABM test. The test RV based on Pershing-2 will be (and now it is) the direct counterpart of Chinese MaRV, that will not make China have much of advantages.

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RE: Myanmar Navy. - 3/12/2017 8:35:07 PM   
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Be happy that they disclosed it at all. That's not usual for China.

And the shape itself isnt everything, but, as Henri has shown, the carrying missile as well, which determines the speed, altitude and trajectory of the RV.
And if image analysis is to be believed, one could make out maneuvering thruster ports on the surface of the DF-26 RV (small black holes not existing on the other RVs depicted).


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RE: Myanmar Navy. - 3/13/2017 1:49:12 AM   
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Please consider the following...thanks!

Class: OPV 190 Mk II
Service: Senegal Navy
Service Dates: 2016-present
Pennants: Fouladou
Displacement: approx. 500 tons
Length: 58 m.
Beam: 9.4 m.
Depth: 2.3 m.
Propulsion: two MTU 16V4000 diesel engines
Speed: 24 knots
Range: 5500 nm at 12 knots
Radar: generic short range surface search
Endurance: three weeks
Complement: 30 + (24 passengers)
Armament: 1 x 30mm. cannon; 2 x 12.7mm machine guns
Aircraft carried:
Boats carried: 2 7-m. RHIBs

http://en.meretmarine.com/ocea-delivers-all-aluminium-opv/159941


Class: OPV 45
Service: Senegal Navy
Service Dates: 2015-present
Pennants: Kedougou
Displacement: approx. 275 tons
Length: 45.8 m.
Beam: 8.4 m.
Depth: 2.0 m.
Propulsion: 2x Cummins KTA 50 M2; 2x 1900hp
Speed: 20 knots
Range: 2000 nm at 12 knots
Radar: generic short range surface search
Endurance: one week
Complement: 17 (+8 passengers)
Armament: 1 x 20mm. cannon; 2 x 12.7mm machine guns
Boats carried: 2 7-m. RHIBs

http://www.defenceweb.co.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=38663:senegal-takes-delivery-of-new-offshore-patrol-vessel&catid=51:Sea&Itemid=106

http://www.camarc.com/download/i/mark_dl/u/4012384253/4622099103/45m%20OPV%20Patrol%20Boat.pdf

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RE: Myanmar Navy. - 3/20/2017 2:29:52 PM   
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The USMC KC-130J's (db #1510, #3104, #4299) don't have their removable fuselage fuel tanks modeled. All of their missions, including Ferry and Tanker missions, use the same 29300kg fuel amount that approximates a KC-130's baseline fuel capacity without the fuselage tanks. The correct figure with the fuselage tanks modeled should be ~38,000kg.

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DB Requests - 3/22/2017 8:34:30 PM   
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This is another high-end civilian drone that might end up in the hands of rebels, terrorists, etc. These things could really be a threat because they could fly for hours, spot ships 20 or 30 miles offshore that would normally not be visible to people, and then fly back home. Thanks for considering this one.

Penguin C UAS

http://www.uavfactory.com/product/74
http://www.unmannedsystemstechnology.com/technical-article/dossier-the-penguin-c-uav/

Service: Civilian
Service Dates: 2012-present
Unit Cost: $16,400 and up (http://elitedaily.com/envision/these-are-the-high-tech-drones-that-you-can-actually-buy/ says $50,000)

Specifications

Wingspan 3.3 m/ 10.8 ft
MTOW 22.5 kg / 49.6lbs.
Endurance 20 hours
Range 100 km/ 60 miles
Cruise speed 19-22 m/s / 37-43 knots
Max level speed 32 m/s / 62.2 knots
Ceiling 4500 m / 15 000 ft MSL
Takeoff Pneumatic Catapult, fully autonomous <-- I guess this means the required runway length would be 0?
Maximum takeoff altitude 3000m /10 000 ft AMSL
Recovery
Parachute recovery, airbag <-- see above for comment on required runway length
Operational temperature -25° C to +50° C
Anti- icing measures Heated Pitot- static tube.
Flight in icing conditions is not approved.
Environmental protection < 5 millimeters/hour rain. Pitot with drain.
PROPULSION SYSTEM
VALUE
Engine Type 28 cc, fuel injected
Temperature control system Automatically controlled via mechanical flap
Fuel type 98 Octane, oil mix
Generator system 100W onboard generator system
PAYLOAD SPECIFICATIONS VALUE
Payload type Day/night gyro stabilized Epsilon range of payloads
Advanced features Target Tracking, Electronic Stabilization, Moving Target Indicator
Mounting Motorized retract with anti-vibration damping
DATA LINK SPECIFICATION VALUE
Frequency 2.304-2.364 GHz, 2.405-2.470 GHz, 5.00-5.800 GHz
Link Rate Up to 12 Mbps
Encryption 128 bit AES / 256 bit AES
FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM VALUE
Autopilot type Piccolo, Cloud Cap Technology
GROUND CONTROL STATION VALUE
Type Portable, Dual touchscreen displays
GROUND DATA TERMINAL
VALUE
Type Tracking high gain directional antenna
CATAPULT SYSTEM VALUE
Type Portable pneumatic, 6000 J launch energy
Packed Size 1313 x 704 x 543 mm



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RE: DB Requests - 3/23/2017 8:08:47 AM   
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Rafale with Sniper pod:

https://twitter.com/DefensAero/status/844640613316411395

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RE: DB Requests - 3/27/2017 11:48:11 PM   
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quote:


Not sure if these go here, but I noticed the game is missing these: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Generation_Patrol_Vessel


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RE: DB Requests - 3/30/2017 12:44:30 PM   
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The Emory S. Land-class submarine tender is missing from the database.

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RE: DB Requests - 4/1/2017 6:10:35 PM   
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#1767 - 272 Gen. K. Pulaski [Perry] - 2000
#2414 - 272 Gen. K. Pulaski [Perry] - 2008

I was playing with the "You BREXIT, You Fix it!" LIVE scenario and was pleased to see the OH Perry ships the US sold (gave?) to Poland. Love the Perry class and miss them. Hope to see them continue springing up in smaller navies around the world to serve for 20-30 more years!

I noticed after reviewing the most current DB3000 Build 461 that the Pulaski entries don't include the following weapons on platform:

Mk15 Pkalanx Blk 0
SM1-MR Blk VIB
RGM-84D Harpoon IC

I said, OK, maybe the US removed these weapons prior to transfer to Poland, but after researching on the internet and reviewing post-transfer pictures of the 272 and 273 new hull numbers it appears they both were transferred and operate with all weapons intact.

Here's what is likely a reputable link that confirms that:

http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/poland-to-extend-improve-its-ffg-7-frigates-07020/

You can do a google search and find dozens of post-transfer pictures and you can clearly see the iconic Mk15 Phalanx dome and Mk13 launcher is present on both 272 and 273 hulls. As a matter of fact, just check the pictures included with the community picture pack!





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RE: DB Requests - 4/2/2017 12:06:13 AM   
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Has there been any interest in putting Tacit Blue into the game as a hypothetical aircraft? It would be a JSTARs LPI radar mated to a subsonic highly stealthy aircraft.

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RE: DB Requests - 4/2/2017 8:26:23 PM   
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EASR radar has 2 variants. The 3 face variant for CVNs that is is DB.

And a 1 face rotating variant intended for amphibs including LHA-8 Bougainville which is expected to be delivered in 2024. I'm sure it will also have SEWIP 3 but assume will otherwise be similar to LHA-6. Can these be added?

Thanks

http://www.raytheon.com/capabilities/products/easr/
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Bougainville_(LHA-8)



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RE: DB Requests - 4/2/2017 8:38:14 PM   
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Any chance F/A-18 Super Hornet block 3 (advanced super hornet) can be added? Also growler variant? Maybe as hypothetical for now?

Conformal fuel tanks with 3500lb fuel
50% reduced frontal rcs
Enclosed weapons bay
Internal IRST
Enhanced engines with increased thrust and fuel efficiency

https://www.dodbuzz.com/2017/02/17/trump-order-fa-18xt-super-hornets/
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_F/A-18E/F_Super_Hornet#Advanced_Super_Hornet
https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.businessinsider.com/f-35c-vs-fa-18-advanced-super-hornet-carrier-aircraft-2017-2
http://www.defenseone.com/business/2017/03/boeing-launches-info-war-navys-f-35/136614/

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RE: DB Requests - 4/4/2017 10:39:40 AM   
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Missing weapons aboard some swedish ships

ELMA (anti submarine mortar system)
https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elma_(antiub%C3%A5tsgranatkastare)
http://militarhistoria.ifokus.se/articles/5094de0dd4ebea3bd0066d75-elma-antiubatsgranat

Should be present on:

Tapper-class (4 launchers on the foredeck)
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/01/Tapper_Class_ships.jpg/1280px-Tapper_Class_ships.jpg

Göteborg-class (4 launchers above the 57mm canon)
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/ae/HMS_G%C3%A4vle.JPG/1280px-HMS_G%C3%A4vle.JPG

Landsort-class (4 launchers beside the 40mm canon)
https://www.google.se/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwj137ypyYrTAhVEdCwKHU75B2EQjRwIBw&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.soldf.com%2Flandsort.html&psig=AFQjCNGrrkTgTyNGJp4ETMI0zixkFUHbew&ust=1491387386239840

Hugin-class (4 launchers in front of the 40mm canon)
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/ea/HuginP151.jpg

Swedish navy is uppgrading Tapper-class, could this be added to the DB?
http://www.naval-technology.com/news/newskongsberg-sonar-systems-selected-for-swedish-navys-patrol-boats-4620136
http://dpower.se/svenska-marinen-bestaller-10-stycken-33-kw-kohler-elverk/

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RE: DB Requests - 4/4/2017 10:53:32 AM   
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Sweden orders new ship/land attack missiles

RB 15 Mk3+ for the navy and RB 15F-ER for the Air Force, deliveries after 2020, can you model this in some way and add to the DB or do you need more info?

JAS 39E/F should be able to carry 2-4 of these missiles in different loadouts.

http://www.fmv.se/sv/Nyheter-och-press/Nyheter-fran-FMV/FMV-bestaller-ny-forsvarsmaktsgemensam-sjomalsrobot/
http://saabgroup.com/Media/news-press/news/2017-03/saab-receives-order-for-next-generation-anti-ship-missile/
http://www.upi.com/Defense-News/2017/03/31/Saab-to-deliver-major-upgrade-for-Swedish-anti-ship-missile-system/5021490980650/

Thanks for your hard work :)

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RE: DB Requests - 4/4/2017 11:02:31 AM   
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Missing ship, Swedish Navy

HMS Trossö, command/support ship

https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Tross%C3%B6_(A264)
http://militarhistoria.ifokus.se/u2/99cdfa8e35ddc99860fdd115d539eb1d/660/sam-1479.jpg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzUAJsJKDKY

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RE: DB Requests - 4/4/2017 11:11:08 AM   
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2 new submarine, Swedish Navy

A26, deliveries from 2022

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A26_submarine
http://saab.com/naval/Submarines-and-Warships/submarines/A26/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySKrW_-WEiA
http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/kockums-a26-submarine/
http://saabgroup.com/Media/news-press/news/2015-09/first-steel-cut-for-saab-kockums-a26-submarine/
http://www.deagel.com/Conventional-Attack-Submarines/Type-A26_a000438001.aspx

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RE: DB Requests - 4/4/2017 11:18:36 AM   
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New torpedo for Swedish navy

Torped 47, in service from 2022-

Can this be added to swedish ships, subs and helos in the DB?

https://www.fmv.se/sv/Nyheter-och-press/Nyheter-fran-FMV/FMV-bestaller-utveckling-och-produktion-av-nytt-latt-torpedsystem/
http://www.fmv.se/sv/Nyheter-och-press/Nyheter-fran-FMV/Konsten-att-kunna-sanka-ubatar-i-Ostersjon/
http://www.corren.se/nyheter/ny-torped-tillverkas-i-linkoping-och-testas-i-vattern-om4146162.aspx




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RE: DB Requests - 4/4/2017 8:16:28 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: miller7219

#1767 - 272 Gen. K. Pulaski [Perry] - 2000
#2414 - 272 Gen. K. Pulaski [Perry] - 2008

I was playing with the "You BREXIT, You Fix it!" LIVE scenario and was pleased to see the OH Perry ships the US sold (gave?) to Poland. Love the Perry class and miss them. Hope to see them continue springing up in smaller navies around the world to serve for 20-30 more years!

I noticed after reviewing the most current DB3000 Build 461 that the Pulaski entries don't include the following weapons on platform:

Mk15 Pkalanx Blk 0
SM1-MR Blk VIB
RGM-84D Harpoon IC

I said, OK, maybe the US removed these weapons prior to transfer to Poland, but after researching on the internet and reviewing post-transfer pictures of the 272 and 273 new hull numbers it appears they both were transferred and operate with all weapons intact.

Here's what is likely a reputable link that confirms that:

http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/poland-to-extend-improve-its-ffg-7-frigates-07020/

You can do a google search and find dozens of post-transfer pictures and you can clearly see the iconic Mk15 Phalanx dome and Mk13 launcher is present on both 272 and 273 hulls. As a matter of fact, just check the pictures included with the community picture pack!



Both Mk13 and Mk15 on Pulaski are broken and didn't work when she was transferred from USN to Poland. The ship is in dock since early 2015 and its doubtful if it will be possible to even partially restore weapons system functionality. So far refit is over a year behind schedule and still new problems are discovered.

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RE: DB Requests - 4/5/2017 2:10:16 AM   
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Any chance the HH-3E could be added to the DB? The helicopter was the backbone for USAF and USCG SOF and SAR operations from Vietnam until the late 1990s when it was replaced by HH-60s.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sikorsky_S-61R

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RE: DB Requests - 4/5/2017 10:39:11 AM   
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Previously I posted:
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Latest close shot confirms earlier assertion: The Type 051B Luhai-class DDG MLU has switched out its previous YJ-83 AShM battery to a different one. PLA watchers say that these are YJ-12 AShM containers.





Correction; this seems to be a close shot of the Type 052B Luyang-I class DDG, which is also undergoing refit now. That mast in the middle is from another 052B in the background.

Well, this indicates that the two Luyang-Is are getting a major firepower upgrade as well... Up to 16x YJ-12


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RE: Myanmar Navy. - 4/5/2017 7:18:31 PM   
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In the DLC 'Brexit' scenario, the LC39 Albatros in Estonia and Lithuania opens up the DB entry for the Equatorial Guinea Albatros.
Also, there is not a LC39 Albatros entry for Estonia. Only Lithuanian is the DB (along with others, of course).

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RE: DB Requests - 4/6/2017 1:40:52 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Hongjian

Correction; this seems to be a close shot of the Type 052B Luyang-I class DDG, which is also undergoing refit now. That mast in the middle is from another 052B in the background.

Well, this indicates that the two Luyang-Is are getting a major firepower upgrade as well... Up to 16x YJ-12



The news I saw is not just 052B, but 051B as well.

http://www.china.com/act/military/11132797/20170406/30391704.html (Simplified Chinese)

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RE: DB Requests - 4/6/2017 11:23:59 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Dysta

quote:

ORIGINAL: Hongjian

Correction; this seems to be a close shot of the Type 052B Luyang-I class DDG, which is also undergoing refit now. That mast in the middle is from another 052B in the background.

Well, this indicates that the two Luyang-Is are getting a major firepower upgrade as well... Up to 16x YJ-12



The news I saw is not just 052B, but 051B as well.

http://www.china.com/act/military/11132797/20170406/30391704.html (Simplified Chinese)


Yes, there are some indications that the missile to replace the YJ-83,YJ-62 (and the Moskit) on earlier destroyers will actually be the YJ-12A.

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RE: DB Requests - 4/8/2017 6:06:36 PM   
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Sea Hunter (ACTUV) is to have the Raytheon Modular Scalable Sonar System. The ACTUV in the DB currently has the Type 2081 [CAPTAS Mk 4 towed body).

The Modular Scalable Sonar System is a medium frequency sonar system that performs active and passive search and tracking, incoming torpedo warning, and small-object avoidance. For the Sea Hunter it is hull mounted. I couldn't find detailed technical specs of the Modular Scalable Sonar system. It may be similar and an evolution of the SQS-60/61 sonars.


http://www.naval-technology.com/news/newsraytheon-delivers-modular-scalable-sonar-system-for-darpas-actuv-programme-4732269
http://investor.raytheon.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=84193&p=irol-newsArticle&id=2113674



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DB request South Africa - 4/9/2017 1:52:33 AM   
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please consider adding these aircraft types and missile system to the South African OOB

Mirage IIIRZ recon aicraft
performance spec on the link below

http://www.saafmuseum.org/exhib/aircraft-on-display/fighters/293-mirage-iiirz-838

Piaggio P.166 Albatross Maritime patrol aircraft

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piaggio_P.166

Hilda SAM
It was a ground based Seacat. Also know as Tigercat
Type: Surface to air close range tactical guided
Guidance: Command link with optical or radar/TV tracking
Warhead HE
Dimensions 1.48 m long x 19 cm diamter
Launch weight 63 Kg

Each Hilda system consisted of a trailer mounted Director and Launcher towed by diesel Land Rovers. The Launcher loaded three missiles at a go. A five-man complement, a generator and spare missiles were issued to each complement. The launcher and director was deployed by setting up the jacks and were connected to each other via cable link. The operator would launch a missile and guide it along a line of site to an approaching enemy aircraft by a joystick, issuing a radio command. The Hilda missile was small and subsonic, powered by a two-stage rocket motor and steered by four swept wings and stabilised by four tail fins. (wikipedia)




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M48A5T2. They still have 700+ in service.

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It will be launch on April 23rd.

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_001A_aircraft_carrier

It will be launch on April 23rd.

Not just me, but many enthusiasts doubt it'll be the day. The rumored "Launch Day Envelopes and Stamps" are reported as unofficial fabrications:



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