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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/8/2017 12:26:02 PM   
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The japanese F-4EJ Phantom II KAI has regained the original air-to-ground capabilities of the F-4E over it's predecessor. Please add this.

Thank you


Any idea what the loadouts are. Pictures are great!

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/8/2017 12:26:41 PM   
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Database wish list updated to this point. Thank you!

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/8/2017 2:09:05 PM   
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Thanks for the reference:https://www.defense.gov/Portals/1/Documents/pubs/2017_China_Military_Power_Report.PDF?ver=2017-06-06-141328-770

I've included it in the unofficial DropBox CMANO reference library. Anyone who would like access to this library please PM me with your email address. Thanks.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/8/2017 7:11:57 PM   
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New list of designation fixes and lots of suggestions according to the general DB naming scheme. Strong emphasize on Chinese stuff due to the recent release of Chains of War and to make the search for Chinese ship names less time consuming.


Fixed-wing:

#2579 - MQ-1C Grey Eagle UAV --> MQ-1C Gray Eagle UAV
#605 - AMX [A-11 Ghibli] --> AMX Ghibli [A-11A]
#946 - AMX [A-11 Ghibli] --> AMX Ghibli [A-11A]
#1762 - AMX [A-11 Ghibli] --> AMX Ghibli [A-11A]
#947 - AMX [A-11 Ghibli] --> AMX Ghibli [A-11A]
#944 - Boeing 707 T/T --> Boeing 707 T/T [KC-707A]
#1957 - BR.1150 Atlantic 1 --> BR.1150 Atlantic 1 [P-1150A]
#274 - BR.1150 Atlantic 1 --> BR.1150 Atlantic 1 [P-1150A]
#2134 - BR.1150 Atlantic 1 --> BR.1150 Atlantic 1 [P-1150A]
#279 - BR.1150 Atlantic 1 --> BR.1150 Atlantic 1 [P-1150A]
#4415 - SF.260AM --> SF.260AM [T-260A]
#4416 - SF.260EA --> SF.260EA [T-260B]
#1960 - A-50 Mainring [KJ-2000] --> KJ-2000 Mainring [A-50]
#2476 - J-7EH Fishbed [MiG-21 Copy] (Still in service)
#708 - J-11 Flanker B [Su-27SK Copy] --> J-11 Flanker B [Su-27SK] or Su-27SK Flanker B (Looks like license built Su-27s with IOC of Russian delivered aircraft? IOC for license built Su-27SKs is 2002)
#4642 - J-11BS Flanker B [Su-27SK Copy] --> J-11BS Flanker C [Su-27UBK Copy]
#4447 - J-11BS Flanker B [Su-27UBK Copy] --> J-11BS Flanker C [Su-27UBK Copy]
#4448 - J-11BS Flanker B [Su-27UBK Copy] --> J-11BS Flanker C [Su-27UBK Copy]
#4449 - J-11BSH Flanker B [Su-27UBK Copy] --> J-11BSH Flanker C [Su-27UBK Copy]
#2853 - J-16 Flying Shark [Su-27UBK Copy] --> J-16 Flying Shark [Su-30MKK Copy]
#4225 - J-16 Flying Shark [Su-27UBK Copy] --> J-16 Flying Shark [Su-30MKK Copy]
#4632 - JD-16 Flying Shark [Su-27UBK Copy] --> JD-16 Flying Shark or JD-16 Flying Shark [Su-30MKK Copy]
#2484 - Y-8CA Cub [High New 1] --> Y-8CB Cub [GX1] (Y-8CA was the J-10 radar testbed.)
#2486 - Y-8G Cub [High New 3] --> Y-8G Cub [GX4] (Nine aircraft in service)
#2485 - Y-8JB Cub [High New 2] --> Y-8JB Cub [GX2] (Five aircraft in service)
#3301 - Y-8Q Cub [High New 6] --> Y-8Q Cub [GX6]
#3690 - Y-8T Cub [High New 4] --> Y-8T Cub [GX3]
#2487 - Y-8W Cub [High New 5, KJ-200 Balance Beam] --> KJ-200 Cub [GX5] (Eleven aircraft in service. Add Y-8W Balance Beam AEW as side note? Balance Beam refers to the radar rather than the aircraft itself.)
#3691 - Y-8XZ Cub [High New 7] --> Y-8XZ Cub [GX7] (Two aircraft in service)
#3683 - Y-9 Cub [High New 9, KJ-500 Rotodome] --> KJ-500 Cub [GX9] (Six aircraft in service (Four PLAAF, Two PLANAF). Add Y-9 Rotodome AEW as side note?)
#4204 - Y-9G Cub [High New 11] --> Y-9G Cub [GX11]
#3692 - Y-9JB Cub [High New 8] --> Y-9JB Cub [GX8] (Four aircraft in service although more probably to come)
#4203 - Y-9XZ Cub [High New 10] --> Y-9XZ Cub [GX10]
#2914 - Y8F-400 Cub [ZKD-03 Karakoram Eagle] --> Y-8F-400 Cub [ZDK-03 Karakoram Eagle]


Rotary-wing:

#4414 - Rooivalk Mk1 --> AH-2 Rooivalk Mk1
#580 - Bo-105M/VBH (Retired at the end of 2016)
#1963 - AB.212 ASW --> AB.212 ASW [Z.18]
#884 - AB.212 ASW --> AB.212 ASW [HA.18] (Identification letter changed from Z to HA/HS in 1978.)
#1963 - AB.212 ASW --> AB.212 ASW [HA.18]
#556 - AH-64D Apache [Longbow, Saraph] --> AH-64D Apache Longbow [Saraph]
#503 - AH-64D Apache [Longbow] --> AH-64D Apache Longbow
#1223 - AH-64D Apache [Longbow] --> AH-64D Apache Longbow
#441 - AH-64D Apache [Longbow] --> AH-64D Apache Longbow
#246 - AH-64D Apache [Longbow] --> AH-64D Apache Longbow
#2842 - AH-64DHA Apache [Longbow] --> AH-64DHA Apache Longbow
#2012 - AH-64DJP Apache [Longbow] --> AH-64DJP Apache Longbow
#2419 - AH-64E Apache [Longbow, Blk III] --> AH-64E Apache Guardian (Add Ex-AH-64D Blk III as side note? AH-64D Blk III was the designation used prior 2013: https://www.army.mil/article/94163/Team_Apache_announces_nickname_for_the_Apache_Echo_Model )
#3662 - AH-64E Apache [Longbow, Guardian] --> AH-64E Apache Guardian
#4088 - AH-64E Apache [Longbow] --> AH-64E Apache Guardian
#4434 - AH-64E Apache [Longbow] --> AH-64E Apache Guardian
#4593 - AH-64E Apache [Longbow] --> AH-64E Apache Guardian
#1485 - A-109EOA Agusta --> A-109EOA Agusta [MRH-109A]
#1063 - A-129 Mangusta --> A-129 Mangusta (From 2012 onwards, the aircraft is designated AH-129A in Italian service.)
#10604 - A-129CBT Mangusta --> A-129CBT Mangusta [A-129EES] (From 2012 onwards, designated: AH-129C)
#107 - AB.206A-1 Jet Ranger --> AB.206A1 Jet Ranger [RH-206A]
#1956 - AB.212 ASW --> AB.212 ASW [SH-212A]
#2021 - AB.212 ASW --> AB.212 ASW [SH-212A]
#702 - AB.212 ASW --> AB.212 ASW [SH-212A]
#709 - AB.212 ASW --> AB.212 ASW [SH-212A]
#2013 - AB.212 Colibri EW --> AB.212 Colibri EW [SH-212A]
#981 - AB.212AM Utility --> AB.212AM [UH-212]


Ship:

#2983 - RKR Marshal Ustinov [Pr.1164 Atlant] (Sea trails began last year. Will rejoin the fleet in 2017.)
#358 - BPK Kara Mod [Pr.1134B Berkut B] --> BPK Kara Mod [Pr.1134BF Berkut B]
#3018 - 508 Provider --> AOR 508 Provider
#396 - 509 Protecteur --> AOR 509 Protecteur
#1398 - 509 Protecteur --> AOR 509 Protecteur
#722 - 509 Protecteur --> AOR 509 Protecteur
#2677 - 509 Protecteur --> AOR 509 Protecteur
#1534 - 700 Kingston --> MM 700 Kingston
#2678 - 700 Kingston --> MM 700 Kingston
#2797 - HMCS Harry DeWolf --> AOPV 43 Harry DeWolf
#2566 - Type xxx Bohai Emerald Bead [Commercial/Military RO/RO] --> Bohai Emerald Bead [2300P/2500LM RoPax]
#705 - Type 051 Mod 1 Luda I [105 Jinan] --> Type 051 Luda I [105 Jinan] (Add Mod 1 as side note? Last unconverted Type 051 ships retired in September 2012.)
#62 - Type 051 Mod 1A Luda II [105 Jinan] --> Type 051 Luda II [105 Jinan] (Add Mod 1A as side note? Sole modified ship, Jinan, retired in November 2007.)
#534 - Type 051 Mod 2 Luda I [108 Xining] --> Type 051D Luda I [108 Xining] (Add Mod 2 as side note?)
#1831 - Type 051 Mod 2A Luda I [131 Hefei] --> Type 051Z Luda I [132 Hefei] (Add Mod 2A as side note? Operational within the PLAN till November 2012.)
#61 - Type 051 Mod 2B Luda I [109 Kaifeng] --> Type 051D Luda I Mod [109 Kaifeng] (Add Mod 2B as side note?)
#1830 - Type 051 Mod 4 Luda I [109 Kaifeng] --> Type 051DT Luda IV [109 Kaifeng] (Add Mod 4 as side note? MLU performed in 1999 already. 110 Dalian remains in active service.)
#1753 - Type 051G Mod 3 Luda III [165 Zhanjiang] --> Type 051G Luda III [165 Zhanjiang] (Add Mod 3 as side note?)
#708 - Type 051G Mod 3 Luda III [165 Zhanjiang] --> Type 051G Luda III [165 Zhanjiang] (Add Mod 3 as side note? Date of the entry should be later as both ships completed their MLU in 2003.)
#167 - Type 053H Jianghu I [509 Changde] --> Type 053H Jianghu I [516 Changsha] (First ship in class was 516 Changsha. Later renamed into Jiujiang.)
#1683 - Type 053H Jianghu I Mod [516 Jiujiang Fire-Support] --> Type 053H Jianghu I Mod [516 Jiujiang] (Sole ship decommissioned around May 2017.)
#64 - Type 053H1 Jianghu II [545 Linfen] --> Type 053H1 Jianghu II [533 Taizhou] (First ship in class was 533 Taizhou.)
#714 - Type 053H1 Jianghu II [545 Linfen] --> Type 053H1 Jianghu II [533 Taizhou]
#2171 - EPF 1 Spearhead [Ex-JHSV 1] --> T-EPF 1 Spearhead (Add Ex-JHSV as a side note?)
#2684 - ESB 1 Lewis B. Puller [Montford Point Mod, Ex-T-AFSB 1] --> ESB 3 Lewis B. Puller [Montford Point Mod] (Add Ex-T-AFSB 1 as a side note? Hull Classification Symbol was T-ESB until recently when the ship was recommissioned as a US Navy vessel.)
#2350 - ESD 1 Montford Point [Ex-T-MLP-1] --> T-ESD 1 Montford Point (Add Ex-T-MLP 1 as side note?)
#2369 - CVN 79 John F. Kennedy --> CVN 79 John F. Kennedy [Gerald R. Ford Class]
#2370 - CVN 80 Enterprise --> CVN 80 Enterprise [Gerald R. Ford Class]
#869 - D 553 Andrea Doria [Horizon] --> D 553 Andrea Doria [Orizzonte] (Add Horizon as side note?)
#1482 - 68 Formidable --> 68 Formidable [La Fayette]


Submarine:

#229 - S 347 Atilay [Type 209-1200] --> S 347 Atilay [Type 209-1200, Ay Class]
#234 - S 353 Preveze [Type 209-1400] --> S 353 Preveze [Type 209-1400, Preveze/Gür Class]
#230 - S 353 Preveze [Type 209-1400] --> S 353 Preveze [Type 209-1400, Preveze/Gür Class]
#569 - S 361 Cerbe [Type 214TN] --> S 361 Piri Reis [Type 214TN, Reis Class] (Correct hullnumber unknown as of now.)
#46 - S 351 Romeo Mod --> Type 033G Wuhan [PL-633 Romeo Mod] (Possibly a small note that this was a single unit SSG conversion?)
#268 - PLARB-667BDR Delta III [Kalmar] (Couple of subs still in active service.)


Facility:

#67 - AAA Sec (35mm Twin Gepard x 2) (First unit handed over on Dezember 16th, 1976)
#1401 - Radar (J/FPS-3 BMD Mod) --> Radar (J/FPS-3A) (Add J/FPS-3 BMD Mod as side note?)
#2027 - SAM Bn (SA-20b Gargoyle [S-300PMU-2]) --> SAM Bn (SA-20b Gargoyle [S-300PMU-2 Favorit])
#386 - SAM Bn (SA-20b Gargoyle [S-300PMU-2]) --> SAM Bn (SA-20b Gargoyle [S-300PMU-2 Favorit])
#3013 - SAM Bn (SA-20b Gargoyle [S-300PMU-2]) --> SAM Bn (SA-20b Gargoyle [S-300PMU-2 Favorit])
#234 - SAM Bn (SA-12 Gladiator [S-300V1 Antey-300]) --> SAM Bn (SA-12 Gladiator [S-300V1 Antey])
#501 - SAM Bn (SA-12 Gladiator [S-300V1 Antey-300]) --> SAM Bn (SA-12 Gladiator [S-300V1 Antey])
#404 - SAM Bn (SA-12 Gladiator [S-300V1 Antey-300]) --> SAM Bn (SA-12 Gladiator [S-300V1 Antey])
#38 - SAM Bn (SA-12 Gladiator/Giant [S-300V1 Antey-300]) --> SAM Bn (SA-12 Gladiator/Giant [S-300V1 Antey-300])
#2425 - SAM Bn (SA-23 Gladiator [S-300VM / Antey-2500]) --> SAM Bn (SA-23 Gladiator [S-300VM Antey-2500])
#2277 - SAM Bn (SA-23 Gladiator [S-300VM / Antey-2500]) --> SAM Bn (SA-23 Gladiator [S-300VM Antey-2500])
#1860 - SAM Bn (SA-23 Gladiator/Giant [S-300V4]) --> SAM Bn (SA-23 Gladiator/Giant [S-300V4 Antey-4000])
#543 - SAM Bn (SA-21a Growler [S-400 Triumph]) --> SAM Bn (SA-21a Growler [S-400 Triumf])
#1668 - SAM Bn (SA-21a Growler [S-400 Triumph]) --> SAM Bn (SA-21a Growler [S-400 Triumf])
#2442 - SAM Bn (SA-21a/b Growler [S-400 Triumph]) --> SAM Bn (SA-21a/b Growler [S-400E Triumf]) ( http://stat.mil.ru/files/Anti-ballistic/18_Korotchenko_eng.pdf )
#2029 - SAM Bn (SA-21a/b Growler [S-400 Triumph]) --> SAM Bn (SA-21a/b Growler [S-400 Triumf])
#1937 - SAM Bn (SA-21a/b Growler [S-400 Triumph]) --> SAM Bn (SA-21a/b Growler [S-400 Triumf])


Weapons:

#1899 - AA-10 Alamo C [R-27RE, LR SARH] --> AA-10 Alamo C [R-27ER, LR SARH] ( http://eng.ktrv.ru/production_eng/323/503/ )
#2048 - AA-10 Alamo C [R-27RE1, LR SARH] --> AA-10 Alamo C [R-27ER1, LR SARH] ( http://eng.ktrv.ru/production_eng/323/503/ )
#1101 - AA-10 Alamo D [R-27TE, LR IR] --> AA-10 Alamo D [R-27ET, LR IR] ( http://eng.ktrv.ru/production_eng/323/503/ )
#2049 - AA-10 Alamo D [R-27TE1, LR IR] --> AA-10 Alamo D [R-27ET1, LR IR] ( http://eng.ktrv.ru/production_eng/323/503/ )
#1310 - RIM-174A ERAM SM-6MR Blk I --> RIM-174A ERAM SM-6 Blk I
#1310 - RIM-174A-2 ERAM SM-6MR Blk IA [Dual I] --> RIM-174A ERAM SM-6 Dual I (SM-6 Block IA and the SM-6 Dual I are two different missiles. I intend to write a proper update for the SM-6 touching on this in more detail.)
#681 - Aster Blk 1 ABM --> Aster 30 Blk 1 (Add ABM as side note?)


This post concludes this sort of request for the forseeable future as the more severe typos have been covered in the previous posts. Thanks for spending the time and going after this kind of stuff!


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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/8/2017 7:38:51 PM   
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"Atlantic 1" could be shortened to "Atlantic" since "Atlantique 2" name only apply to the French platform, and was chosen by the French President of the Republic, François Mitterrand, to emphasize that it is a national program rather than a NATO program as was the Atlantic.

http://www.defense.gouv.fr/english/marine/a-la-une/l-atlantique-2-fete-ses-cinquante-ans

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/10/2017 4:56:17 AM   
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The USN is upgrading their Super Hornets to Block III. First are in service by 2019.

From: http://www.popularmechanics.com/military/aviation/a26833/us-navy-approves-boeings-f-1-8/
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The U.S. Navy has decided to fund Boeing's fighter division to upgrade the service's F/A-18E and F/A-18F Super Hornets to the "Block III" configuration. The most recent budget request from the U.S. Navy allocates $264.9 million over the next five years to upgrade the Super Hornet fleet with more advanced avionics and sensor capabilities, according to Aviation Week. The first Block III Super Hornets are slated to enter service in 2019.


It would get the ASG-34 IRST and CFTs with 3500 lbs of fuel, in addition to the already present APG-79 and ALQ-214

From: http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/defense/2017-04-05/boeing-pitches-super-hornet-block-iii-navy-league-event
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The networking system upgrade, matched with the already approved Lockheed Martin AN/ASG-34 long-range infrared search and track (IRST) sensor pod and evolutions of the Raytheon APG-79 active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar and Harris AN/ALQ-214 integrated defensive electronic countermeasures (IDECM) self-protection system, prepare the Super Hornet for the future threat environment, Boeing contends. As with the Advanced Super Hornet, the Block III Super Hornet would come with shoulder-mounted conformal fuel tanks containing 3,500 gallons of fuel, increasing the fighter’s range by about 120 nm and/or time on station by about 20 to 30 minutes depending on its mission payload, Gillian said.


Also receiving network upgrades and a slight RCS reduction because of the CFTs
From: http://www.popularmechanics.com/military/aviation/a26833/us-navy-approves-boeings-f-1-8/
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The new configuration will improve the heads-up display and computing capabilities of the Super Hornet, while also modestly upgrading the stealth and radar cross section. The multirole fighter will receive "advanced network architecture" in the form of a new computer called the Distributed Targeting Processor Network (DTPN). A large new display in the cockpit will help pilots monitor the additional information they receive. New Tactical Targeting Network Technology (TTNT) will also improve the Super Hornet's information pipeline so more data can be transmitted to and from the jet.


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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/10/2017 12:31:47 PM   
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#2853 - J-16 Flying Shark [Su-27UBK Copy] --> J-16 Flying Shark [Su-30MKK Copy]
#4225 - J-16 Flying Shark [Su-27UBK Copy] --> J-16 Flying Shark [Su-30MKK Copy]
#4632 - JD-16 Flying Shark [Su-27UBK Copy] --> JD-16 Flying Shark or JD-16 Flying Shark [Su-30MKK Copy]


Actually, the original is more correct. The J-16s are based on the UBK tandem trainer airframe and not the Su-30MKK. You can see that from the canted end of their vertical rudders that distinguishes them from the Su-30 line. The J-16s are basically tandem trainer Flankers with added IFR and multi-role radars capable of launching air-to-ground guided munitions.

If anything, the text in the bracket should be something about [Multirole-ized Su-27UBK copy with added IFR capability]

Ah yes, and they also added the additional wing-mounted hardpoint of the Su-30.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/10/2017 8:17:06 PM   
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New loadout for the F/A-18F. 10x GBU-32, 2 AIM-9, ATFLIR, Drop Tank, and presumably an AMRAAM on the cheek.

Let's see the Kuznetsov do this...





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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/10/2017 10:00:10 PM   
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I guess the above post needs to add 10xMk83 and 10xMk82 capability as well.

Although it is a F-18a-d, not a super hornet, this photo implies that F-18 can also do away with the center drop tank and have another dual-rack of bombs (looks like Mk82s to me, but 2x 1000 pounders would technically work). http://www.adf-gallery.com.au/gallery/albums/Hornet-A21-44/20060522raaf8160650_0053_lo.jpg

Reminds me of that 10xAMRAAM and 2xAIM-9 loadout photo - if it "can" be done, why not have it as a loadout?

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/10/2017 11:29:58 PM   
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DB request list updated to this point.

Thanks!

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/12/2017 1:09:58 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Hongjian

@Supreme 2.0
quote:

#2853 - J-16 Flying Shark [Su-27UBK Copy] --> J-16 Flying Shark [Su-30MKK Copy]
#4225 - J-16 Flying Shark [Su-27UBK Copy] --> J-16 Flying Shark [Su-30MKK Copy]
#4632 - JD-16 Flying Shark [Su-27UBK Copy] --> JD-16 Flying Shark or JD-16 Flying Shark [Su-30MKK Copy]


Actually, the original is more correct. The J-16s are based on the UBK tandem trainer airframe and not the Su-30MKK. You can see that from the canted end of their vertical rudders that distinguishes them from the Su-30 line. The J-16s are basically tandem trainer Flankers with added IFR and multi-role radars capable of launching air-to-ground guided munitions.

If anything, the text in the bracket should be something about [Multirole-ized Su-27UBK copy with added IFR capability]

Ah yes, and they also added the additional wing-mounted hardpoint of the Su-30.

I stand corrected then. I based my suggestion on this: https://sinodefence.com/2014/02/15/pla-flanker-fighter-family/#prettyPhoto

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/12/2017 1:52:34 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Supreme 2.0

I stand corrected then. I based my suggestion on this: https://sinodefence.com/2014/02/15/pla-flanker-fighter-family/#prettyPhoto

It's very easy to confuse J-16 as either Su-27 or Su-30 copy because it had both of their appearances in half, The canted tail tips from 27, and dual wheel front gear from 30. J-11BS has single front and not fully runs with WS-10 engines, but still can be confused as J-16 somehow.

I guess it's not totally copy all the features from Su-30 to reduce the tooling cost, and maximize the part interchangeability from J-11 family.

Remember what USAF General was 'scared' about? That wondermissile is mounted by J-16. See the iconic Su-27 tail tips.



Same as the J-16D, slightly blurry but you can't miss the SU-27 tail and SU-30 front gear:



And this is the older, single wheel front gear of Su-27UBK copy, J-11BS. It's by far the most likely used with WS-10 engines compare to single-seat J-11B:



More info:
http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/6108/shadowy-new-missile-appears-under-the-wing-of-chinese-j-16-fighter
http://www.popsci.com/china-builds-its-own-wild-weasel-to-suppress-air-defenses
https://chinadefencetoday.com/weapons/aircraft/shenyang-sino-flankers/ (I believe this is Hongjian's site, is it?)

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/13/2017 6:04:01 PM   
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[FIXED DB v468]

All "Type 214" subs in the game have a nonmagnetic hull property.

However, it contradicts wiki statement:

"The Type 214 submarine is derived from the Type 212, but as an export variant it lacks some of the classified technologies of its smaller predecessor, the most important of which is probably the non-magnetic steel hull, which makes the Type 212 submarine difficult to detect using a magnetic anomaly detector"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_214_submarine

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/13/2017 9:51:32 PM   
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So, i have a couple potential DB issues to go with the bug that was already fixed about AK-630s not firing properly:

1) Burst sizes in general might be too high for CIWS. FAS cites the Phalanx as doing bursts of 60 rounds, 100 rounds, or continious fire, not the 200 or 300 rounds currently cited for it. Similiarly, the Goalkeeper is credited with being able to track and prioritize 16 targets at once, but with its current DB stats can only fire once every 4 seconds, only up to five bursts, and even subsonic sea-skimmers will hit before it can fire more than 3 times, at best. Is it actually standard practice for CIWSs to spend so much time and 20% of the magazine firing at a single target?

2)Russian AK-630s are particularly badly treated, as they for whatever reason seem to have a ROF of 8 seconds in order to fire a big 400 round burst at a single missile, and they also only have 5 bursts stored in the turret. I can't imagine that standard usage for them calls for a single Harpoon or we might be approaching at sea level to receive 400 rounds over so long a time and thus leaving the entire rest of a salvo that might get past SAMs to approach unmolested. The twin-gatling version of the 630 takes this up to spending 800 rounds on a single target for 8 seconds, which seems somewhat absurd to me.

3)AK-630s, BTW, seem to be credited with being a fully automatic system along the same lines as Phalanx/Goalkeeper/The Rest. It seems like they should have the Operates Autonoumsly flag like other CIWSs.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/14/2017 6:06:02 AM   
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[FIXED DB v468]

I noticed that Fake Targets in both DBs have a maximum depth of 200m. Could this limit possibly be removed to allow them to be utilized to represent wrecks and so on?

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/15/2017 12:12:02 AM   
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  • #71 - Mirage 2000C -- France (Air Force), 1995
  • #1244 - Mirage 2000C -- France (Air Force), 1986
  • #1628 - Mirage 2000C -- France (Air Force), 1997
  • #2079 - Mirage 2000C -- France (Air Force), 1989

    - #1244 : change YearCommissioned to 1984, first operational unit was "EC 01/002 Cigognes" at BA102 Dijon in July 1984 (Experimental unit CEAM 330 received it in April 1983 at BA118 Mont-de-Marsan). "RDM, Super R.530F" could be added as a Comment for quick reference.
    - #2079 : change YearCommissioned to 1988, operated by "EC 01/005 Vendée" at BA102 Orange in July 1988. "RDI, Super R.530D" could be added as a Comment for quick reference.
    - #1628 : "Magic 2 Mk2" could be added as a Comment for quick reference.

    - AdA didn't use the 1700 liter DT, it did use the 2000 liter DT instead.

    "Mirage 2000, Collection Check List N° 2", Philippe Roman & Alain Crosnier, ISBN : 2-912749-07-7.
    "Mirage en mission : Du combat canon aux frappes spécialisées" (2009), Philippe Roman & Alain Crosnier, ISBN: 978-2726888575.
    Stores:
    - delete #1533 - 1700 liter Drop Tank
    - add #1531 - 2000 liter Drop Tank
    Loadouts:
    - Ferry loadout #2452, replace #1533 - 1700 liter Drop Tank by #1531 - 2000 liter Drop Tank.
    Properties:
    please add :
    - #6012 Night Navigation/Attack (Incl. Bomb, Rocket Delivery)
    - #7003 Bombsight - Advanced Computing
    Manuel Pilote Mirage 2000-c, Armée de l'Air.

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  • #1014 - Mirage 2000C [F-2000C] -- Brazil (Air Force), 2007-0, 10x
    Loadouts:
    - Ferry loadout #2269, add a second #1531 - 2000 liter Drop Tank.

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  • #71 - Mirage 2000C -- France (Air Force), 1995

    - "Deliberate Force, Mk82 Swing Role" could be added as a Comment for quick reference.

    In 1994 and 1995 over Bosnia, AdA's 2000C used a "Swing role" loadout with Mk82 bombs, allowing CAP aircrafts to be retasked in flight.


    "Mirage en mission : Du combat canon aux frappes spécialisées" (2009), Philippe Roman & Alain Crosnier, ISBN: 978-2726888575.

    Please create a Strike, Land/Naval loadout with :
    - 2* #1878 - R.550 Magic 2 Mk1 -- 1986
    - 2* #1814 - Mk82 500lb LDGP - 1954
    - 2* #1531 - 2000 liter Drop Tank

    I assume that such a loadout would still have been available later if need be, if you feel like so, please create a similar loadout with #242 - R.550 Magic 2 Mk2 -- 1997 instead of the #1878 - R.550 Magic 2 Mk1 -- 1986 and add it to #1628 - Mirage 2000C -- France (Air Force), 1997.

    --> It did, from "Air Actualités #695 October 2016", "Air to Ground capabilities have always been there" and is part of every pilots' training, however it's not their specialization.
    http://p.calameoassets.com/170104112729-bd92b7bdb5edf22186c1e9c4ceaaaca8/p43.jpg

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  • #???? - Mirage 2000C -- France (Air Force), 2015-0, Barkhane mod GBU

    Since summer 2015, in the waiting of Rafale deliveries and to supplement overstretched Mirage 2000D fleet (operating over both Sahel and Irak), the AdA is using its surviving 2000C, from squadron E02/005 "Île-de-France", in Strike/CAS role over the Sahel region. Paired with a 2000D, it carries 4 GBU or LDGP bombs. It also offers more options thanks to its gun, which the 2000D doesn't have.





    With modifications suggested above applied, please duplicate #1628 - Mirage 2000C -- France (Air Force), 1997, and :

    Sensors:
    - add #2241 - AN/AVS-9 Night Vision Goggles
    http://p.calameoassets.com/170104112729-bd92b7bdb5edf22186c1e9c4ceaaaca8/p44.jpg

    Stores:
    - add #1531 - 2000 liter Drop Tank

    Loadouts:
    Please create a "Strike, Land/Naval" loadout, that Requires Buddy Illumination, with :
    - 2* #242 - R.550 Magic 2 Mk2 -- 1997 (optional)
    - 2* #1906 - GBU-12D/B Paveway II LGB [Mk82]
    - 2* #1531 - 2000 liter Drop Tank

    ""Les Mirage 2000C renouent avec le continent africain", Air Actualités #695 October 2016.
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/actualites/operations/operation-barkhane-deux-mirage-2000c-integrent-la-force-barkhane-a-niamey
    "L'union fait la force", Emmanuel Huberdeau, Air & Cosmos #2489 February 2016.
    "Les chasseurs bleus en terre africaine" Lt Alexandra Lesur-Tambulé, Air Actualités #685 October 2015.
    http://www.ec25iledefrance.com:80/
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x32gtr8_operation-barkhane-deux-mirage-2000c-integrent-la-force-barkhane-a-niamey_news

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  • #3930 - Mirage 2000N K2 -- France (Air Force), 1989

    While operating within a coalition, AdA also uses Mk82 bombs. As over Bosnia for example, here in 1995 :


    Stores:
    - add #1814 - Mk82 500lb LDGP - 1954

    Loadouts:
    - please duplicate #19741 loadout and replace its #242 - R.550 Magic 2 Mk2 -- 1997 by #1878 - R.550 Magic 2 Mk1 -- 1986.

    I assume that Mk82 were also available in 1997, thus I do suggest that loadout #19741 is added to platform #3930 - Mirage 2000N K2 -- France (Air Force), 1989's loadouts and #1814 - Mk82 500lb LDGP - 1954 is added to its stores.

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  • #175 - Mirage 2000-5 -- Taiwan (Air Force), 1999

    It looks like Astac ESM pod is used on Taiwanese Mirage too.





    Stores:
    - add #1031 - ASTAC Pod [ESM]

    Loadouts:
    Please create an "Unarmed Recon" loadout with :
    - 2* #242 - R.550 Magic 2 Mk2 -- 1997 (optional)
    - 1* #1031 - ASTAC Pod [ESM]
    - 2* #1533 - 1700 liter Drop Tank

    Thank you.


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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/16/2017 1:21:29 PM   
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    Thank you all. Updated list to this point.

    Mike

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/16/2017 2:41:31 PM   
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    how is fuel consumption calculated in the game. use an in game ship and plane platform as an example. i have not seen this question asked yet. thanks for your time. please NO guesses or estimates.

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/16/2017 6:28:35 PM   
    ComDev

     

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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Owllord

    I noticed that Fake Targets in both DBs have a maximum depth of 200m. Could this limit possibly be removed to allow them to be utilized to represent wrecks and so on?


    Increased to 1000m in DB v468. Thanks!

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/16/2017 6:31:30 PM   
    ComDev

     

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    Fixed DB v468, thanks!


    quote:

    ORIGINAL: User2

    All "Type 214" subs in the game have a nonmagnetic hull property.

    However, it contradicts wiki statement:

    "The Type 214 submarine is derived from the Type 212, but as an export variant it lacks some of the classified technologies of its smaller predecessor, the most important of which is probably the non-magnetic steel hull, which makes the Type 212 submarine difficult to detect using a magnetic anomaly detector"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_214_submarine



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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/16/2017 6:51:20 PM   
    gosnold

     

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    A few updates on Rafale loadouts:
    * #4360 Rafale C and #4361 Rafale B (the Qatari Rafale) should have a Lockheed Martin Sniper pod (weapon #459) instead of the Talios LDP.
    * India should have 36 Rafale F3R (unknown split between single and dual seat), with a Rafael Litening pod (Litening 5, could be modelled by weapon #3028 Litening 4) instead of the Talios LDP, and Spice 250 glide bombs instead of the AASM missiles.
    * Spice 250 weapon should be added to the database. It's a glide bomb with a 54 nm range, an Imaging Infrared seeker + GPS/INS, a two-way datalink for retargeting. It can be 4-packed into a weapon station, giving a sample Rafale loadout of 2x4 Spice, 3 2000L external tanks, 1 LDP, 2 MICA EM and 2 MICA IR. You could also have short-range loadouts with 4x4 Spice 250.

    Source for the loadouts:
    http://www.ttu.fr/radar-rbe2aesa-production-soutenue/
    http://psk.blog.24heures.ch/tag/rafael+spice+250

    Source for the 36 Indian Rafale:
    https://www.dassault-aviation.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2016/09/CP_Dassault_Signature-Rafale_Inde.pdf

    Sources on Spice 250
    https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/spice-250-integration-to-boost-israeli-air-force-414503/
    http://airrecognition.com/index.php/focus-analysis-photo-report-aviation-defence-industry/aviation-defence-industry-technology/1424-rafaels-spice-250-precision-guided-glide-bomb-undergoing-adaptation-test-on-iafs-fighters.html
    http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/2013-06-17/rafael-unveils-new-spice-rack

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/17/2017 9:06:18 AM   
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    Polish F-16 jets are about to receive additional air-to-air armament, including the AMRAAM and Sidewinder missiles.

    http://www.defence24.com/513944,polish-f-16-jets-receive-new-air-to-air-armament

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/17/2017 9:39:25 PM   
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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Hydrolek

    Polish F-16 jets are about to receive additional air-to-air armament, including the AMRAAM and Sidewinder missiles.

    http://www.defence24.com/513944,polish-f-16-jets-receive-new-air-to-air-armament


    There have been more info regarding delivery dates in recent days:

    1. AIM-9X Block II - Raytheon Lot 17 awarded June 14th 2017, to be completed before March 2020:
    https://www.defense.gov/News/Contracts/Contract-View/Article/1214494/

    2. JAASM-ER - Lockheed Lot 15 awarded June 1st 2017, to be completed before August 2020:
    https://www.defense.gov/News/Contracts/Contract-View/Article/1200150/

    3. AIM-120 C7 - there is still no firm date of delivery

    however, given above, I suggest to add loadouts including three mentioned weapons with IOC 2019-2020

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/19/2017 12:34:33 PM   
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    #403 - Type 041 Yuan (2006) ---> (2008)

    The first AIP-installed submarine is used for 10 years since the recent official report in CCTV, so it should be commissioned around 2007, and combat effective in a year later (based on CMANO's +1 from commission year).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBV33iLe1Qg (Simplified Chinese, it's about a particular 039A crew with experience to operate and provide maintenance to the AIP system.)

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/19/2017 5:37:15 PM   
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  • #4013 - Embraer KC-390 -- Brazil (Air Force), 2018

    - Name : Only the commercial platforms have the long "Embraer", I would suggest to drop it for the KC-390. ("#2937 C-2" doesn't have Kawasaki in its name eg.)

    General Data :
    - Length : 35,91 m
    - Height : 11,84 m
    - Agility : I would suggest to set it on par with comparable aircrafts, to 1 (instead 0,5). I might be nitpicking here.


    Sensors :
    - its radar is a Selex Galileo Gabbiano T-20 Radar
    http://www.leonardocompany.com/en/-/gabbiano-brazil
    http://kc-390.com/performance-spec-certification.html

    "The KC-390 Self-Protection System combines a broad range of Detection & Declaration devices (Radar Warning, Laser Warning and Missile Approach Warning) to capable Countermeasures (Chaff and Flare and DIRCM); enhancing the aircraft security in threatening scenarios."
    - No specs for now though.
    http://kc-390.com/state-of-art.html

    Stores and Loadouts:
    - Its max cargo load is 26 tons, I thus suggest to add "#2646 Cargo [Air Drop, 25 tons]" (which weights 26000 Kg btw) to its stores and to add an adapted loadout (range is said to be 1140 nm).
    - Cargo 23 tons : Range is said to be 1520 nm.
    - It can airdrop cargo too : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzJrkofb0pk
    I thus suggest to add "#2620 Cargo [Air Drop, 10 tons]" to its stores and an adapted loadout.
    - It's also a Tanker :

    I thus suggest to add "#1891 Buddy Store" to its stores and loadout to put it in use, with a pair of Buddy stores.
    It carries 16 tons (estimated) of fuel in its cargo, which would be used in a refuel mission. I thus suggest to add, for example, "#2593 900 liter Ferry Tank" to its stores and add 15 of it to its Air Refueling loadout, and to its Ferry loadout.
    http://www.aereo.jor.br/2017/03/16/fotos-reabastecimento-aereo-com-o-kc-390/
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyYNUZV7u3Y
    http://www.cobham.com/mission-systems/air-to-air-refuelling/hose-and-drogue-systems/wing-air-refuelling-pods/kc-390-datasheet/docview/

    * It could carry a Rafael Litening II pod for SAR missions, I found no evidence it's actually operational though.

    Properties :
    - add #6003 Fly-by-Wire http://kc-390.com/state-of-art.html
    - add #8001 Probe Refuelling

    http://www.cobham.com/the-group/news/cobham-aar-products-aboard-embraer-kc-390/

    Propulsion :
    - Engines are V2531-E5, with a Thrust of and and SFC of .
    Loiter speed is 120 knots
    http://kc-390.com/media-center-brochures.html

    Fuel :
    23900 Kg (with a Ferry tank it becomes 37200 Kg). May need to adapt its SFC?

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/20/2017 3:24:27 AM   
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    MQ-1C Gray Eagle is mis-spelled. It's Gray, not Grey.

    http://www.ga-asi.com/gray-eagle

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/20/2017 4:20:46 AM   
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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: TXTBOOK

    MQ-1C Gray Eagle is mis-spelled. It's Gray, not Grey.

    http://www.ga-asi.com/gray-eagle

    Supreme 2.0 mentioned it before.

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/20/2017 7:38:47 AM   
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    Could the Sea Gripen/Gripen M be added as a hypothetical unit? Saab are officially looking into the concept with an eye to sell to India, Thailand (and Brazil, but it seems they're scrapping that carrier). It's apparently going to be a navalised version of the NG.

    Apologies for not posting a link, I'm not permitted to so just yet apparently. A quick google of Sea Gripen should provide several articles, however.

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/20/2017 8:20:20 PM   
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    #1033 - Typhoon FGR.4

    The Litening III Pod will be replaced with the Litening V pod as part of the P2E upgrade phase.

    Litening V now includes three cameras: Medium Wave IR (FLIR), Short Wave IR (SWIR) and a large aperture colour CCD to enable the system to detect targets at "very long ranges".

    Laser systems include a laser illuminator which extends observation range of the SWIR, as well as a Laser Range Finder / Target Designator.

    Software updates allow the three cameras to utilise sensor fusion, the addition of an Air-to-air targeting mode, together with visual geolocation and datalinks.

    Miniaturisation has freed up two "spaces" for "classified" equipment.

    It is speculated that the upgrade to the Litening V pod is the reason why the long range RAPTOR reconnaissance pod from the Tornado GR4 has not been modified/transferred to the Typhoon under Project Centurion.

    Sources/Further Reading:

    http://aviationweek.com/paris-air-show-2017/typhoon-readied-brimstone-trials

    http://aviationweek.com/paris-air-show-2015/rafael-unveiling-litening-5-reccelite-xr

    https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/rafael39s-litening-pod-to-gain-air-to-air-capability-408161/

    https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/litening-5-integration-to-keep-eurofighter-on-target-416972/

    http://aviationweek.com/shownews/new-look-typhoon-storms-farnborough

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/21/2017 5:00:09 AM   
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  • #369 - A-5C Fantan -- Bangladesh (Air Force), 1984-0, 100+, Export Q-5IA
  • #372 - A-5C Fantan -- Pakistan (Air Force), 1983-2010, Export Q-5IA
  • #4661 - A-5C Fantan -- Myanmar (Air Force), 1997, 24x, Export Q-5IA
    - Crew to 1

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  • #255 - Brevel KZO UAV -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy), 2006
    - Type from Recon to #8201 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)




  • #17 F 207 Bremen [Type F122] -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy) , 1997-0, -
  • #39 F 207 Bremen [Type F122] -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy) , 1982-0, -
  • #569 F 207 Bremen [Type F122] -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy) , 1994-0, -
  • #574 F 207 Bremen [Type F122] -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy) , 2001-0, -
  • #832 F 207 Bremen [Type F122] -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy) , 2006-2019, -
  • #1343 F 207 Bremen [Type F122] -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy) , 1985-0, -
  • #1601 F 207 Bremen [Type F122] -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy) , 2003-0, -
  • #1699 F 207 Bremen [Type F122] -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy) , 1991-0, Goalkeeper
    - Draft to 6.5m
    http://www.marine.de/portal/a/marine/start/waffenun/fregatten/bremen/

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  • #28 Q 42 Cabo San Antonio [Mod De Soto County] -- Argentina (Navy) , 1970-1996, 3x LCVP
    - Cargo_Type to #3000 Medium Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 1350, Cargo_Crew to 700
    http://www.histarmar.com.ar/Armada%20Argentina/Buques1900a1970/BuqDesembarco/CaboSanAntonioQ42.htm

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  • #50 L 3005 Sir Galahad -- United Kingdom (Royal Navy) , 1988-2006, Replaced Ship With Same Name Sunk 1982
  • #2427 G 29 Garcia d' Avila [Sir Galahad] -- Brazil (Navy) , 2008-0, ex Sir Galahad
  • #2428 G 25 Almirante Saboia [Sir Galahad] -- Brazil (Navy) , 2009-0, ex Sir Bedivere
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 340, Cargo_Crew to 402
    - type to #4017 LSL - Landing Ships Logistic
    - add #4003 Aluminum Superstructure Only (-20% DP Penalty)
    http://www.historicalrfa.org/rfa-sir-lancelot-ships-details
    http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/europe/rfa-sir-lancelot-specs.htm

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  • #58 L 9011 Foudre -- France (Navy) , 1998-2010, -
  • #1397 L 9011 Foudre -- France (Navy) , 1991-0, -
  • #2425 LSDH 91 Sargento Aldea [Foudre] -- Chile (Navy) , 2012-0, 2 x LCM-8
  • #2977 G 40 Bahia [Foudre] -- Brazil (Navy) , 2016-0, 2 x LCM-8, Ex Siroco

    - (#58,#1397) Name : [TCD 90] could be added to both, it's their project name.
    - (#58) YearCommissioned to 1997, YearDecommissioned to 2011. (#1397) YearCommissioned to 1990.
    - Crew : 218
    - Cargo_Mass to 1880, Cargo_Area 1732
    - (#58) Cargo_Crew : 470
    - Mounts : add #1068 - AN/SLQ-25 Nixie. The 30mm guns are directed by the Vigy 105, the Simbad are on local control only.
    - Comms : add #212 Commercial SATCOM (Inmarsat), 2x #306 Syracuse II SATCOM (Syracuse I for #1397).
    - AircraftFacility to 1x #27 Hangar (2x Large Aircraft (Length 18.1-26m)), 1x #43 Pad with Haul-Down (1x Large Aircraft (Length 18.1-26m)) and 4x #59 Pad with Haul-Down (1x Medium Aircraft (Length 12.1-18m))
    - DockingFacility : to 1x #7 Dock Well (2x Large Dock (LCU/LCAC, 25.1-45m Long)), add 1x #9 Davit (2x Small Dock/Davit (LCVP, 11.1-17m Long)) and 1x #33 Davit (2x Very Small Dock/Davit (0-11m Long))
    - Properties : add #3001 Passive or Single Stabilizers, #8005 Refuel to Starboard x 1 (Out), #8106 Refuel from Starboard x 1 (In), #9001 Replenish to Port x 1 (Out) and #9101 Replenish from Port x 1 (In).
    - Fuel : Aviation Fuel 146, Diesel 1320

    "TCD : Les Transports de Chalands de Débarquement" (2004), Jean Moulin & Patrick Maurand, ISBN : 978-2915379167.
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-batiments-de-surface/foudre-l-9011
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-batiments-de-surface/siroco-l-9012

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  • #283 A 1 Al Munassir -- Oman (Navy) , 1979-1987, -
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 550, Cargo_Crew to 188
    "Conway's all the world's fighting ships 1947-1995" (1996), ISBN: 978-1557501325.

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  • #311 A 8 Saba Al Bahr -- Oman (Navy) , 1982-0, Ex-C 8
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 100
    "Conway's all the world's fighting ships 1947-1995" (1996), ISBN: 978-1557501325.

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  • #324 A 2 Nasr Al Bahr -- Oman (Navy) , 1985-0, 2x LCVP
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 650, Cargo_Crew to 240
    "Conway's all the world's fighting ships 1947-1995" (1996), ISBN: 978-1557501325.

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  • #336 LCC 19 Blue Ridge -- United States (Navy) , 1987-0, -
  • #524 LCC 19 Blue Ridge -- United States (Navy) , 2000-0, -
  • #719 LCC 19 Blue Ridge -- United States (Navy) , 1992-0, -
  • #971 LCC 19 Blue Ridge -- United States (Navy) , 1976-0, -
  • #1251 LCC 19 Blue Ridge -- United States (Navy) , 1997-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #1000 Personnel, Cargo_Crew to 700
    - DockingFacility : 1x #16 Davit (3x Small Dock/Davit (LCVP, 11.1-17m Long)), 1x #9 Davit (2x Small Dock/Davit (LCVP, 11.1-17m Long))
    "Conway's all the world's fighting ships 1947-1995" (1996), ISBN: 978-1557501325.
    http://www.navypedia.org/naval_balance/usa.htm

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  • #376 L 20 Magar -- India (Navy) , 1988-0, -
    - Name : [Sir Lancelot mod] could be added, " 4x LCVP" could be added in Comments.
    - YearCommissioned : 1987
    - Cargo_Crew : 500
    http://www.bharat-rakshak.com/NAVY/Ships/Active/163-Magar-Class.html
    https://www.indiannavy.nic.in/content/austin-class-shardul-cass-magar-class

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  • #448 AGF 11 Coronado [Converted Austin Class] -- United States (Navy) , 1981-0, -
  • #504 AGF 11 Coronado [Converted Austin Class] -- United States (Navy) , 2000-2006, -
    - Type to #5008 AGF - Fleet Flagship
    - Cargo_Type to #1000 Personnel, Cargo_Crew to 470
    - DockingFacility : 1x #15 Davit (4x Small Dock/Davit (LCVP, 11.1-17m Long))
    http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/ship/agf-11-specs.htm
    http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/usa/aux_flt.htm#comm
    "Conway's all the world's fighting ships 1947-1995" (1996), ISBN: 978-1557501325.

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  • #491 M 350 Alta -- Norway (Navy) , 1997-0, -
  • #684 M 350 Alta -- Norway (Navy) , 2009-0, -
    - Draft to 2.5m
    https://forsvaret.no/en/facts/equipment/oksoy-class-and-alta-class

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  • #682 M 62 Europe [Hunt] -- Greece (Navy) , 2001-0, 2x PAP 104 Mk3
  • #1613 M 29 Brecon [Hunt] -- United Kingdom (Royal Navy) , 2005-0, 2x PAP 104 Mk3
  • #1916 M 29 Brecon [Hunt] -- United Kingdom (Royal Navy) , 1989-0, 2x PAP 104 Mk3
  • #2135 M 29 Brecon [Hunt] -- United Kingdom (Royal Navy) , 2003-0, Gulf War Mod, SeaFox Inspection ROV
  • #2136 M 29 Brecon [Hunt] -- United Kingdom (Royal Navy) , 2009-0, 2x SeaFox Inspection ROV
  • #3005 M 53 Skalvis [Hunt Class] -- Lithuania [1992-] (Navy) , 2012-0, 2x SeaFox Inspection ROV
    - Crew to 45
    http://www.hellas.org/military/navy/hunt.htm

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  • #748 LPD 4 Austin -- United States (Navy) , 1976-0, -
    - OODAEvasiveCycle to 2 (12 seconds looks to be a typo)

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  • #831 L 51 Galicia [Enforcer] -- Spain (Navy) , 1998-0, -
    - Crew 185
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 700, Cargo_Area 1010, Cargo_Crew to 615
    - please add #2001 Helo in-flight refuel capable (HIFR)
    http://www.armada.mde.es/ArmadaPortal/page/Portal/ArmadaEspannola/buques_superficie/prefLang_es/03_Buques_anfibios--01_buque-asalto-anfibio-galicia-l-51

  • #1402 - L 52 Castilla [Galicia Class] -- Spain (Navy), 2001-0
    - Cargo_Crew to 415
    - please add #2001 Helo in-flight refuel capable (HIFR)
    http://www.armada.mde.es/ArmadaPortal/page/Portal/ArmadaEspannola/buques_superficie/prefLang_es/03_Buques_anfibios--02_buque-asalto-anfibio-castilla-l-52
    https://archive.org/

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  • #837 T-AKR 310 Watson -- United States (Navy) , 1999-0, -
    - Crew to 30
    http://www.msc.navy.mil/inventory/ships.asp?ship=168

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  • #841 T-AKR 1001 Admiral William M. Callaghan -- United States (Navy) , 1968-1987, -
    - Crew to 25
    https://web.archive.org/web/20130520153632/http://www.msc.navy.mil/inventory/ships.asp?ship=22

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  • #889 530 Wu Yi -- Taiwan (Navy) , 1991-0, -
    - Type to #5025 AOR - Replenishment Oiler
    http://navy.mnd.gov.tw/AboutUs/Other_Info.aspx?ID=1&AID=30029

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  • #890 524 Yuen Feng -- Taiwan (Navy) , 1983-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #1000 Personnel, Cargo_Crew to 600
    http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/asiapac/taiwan.htm#6

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  • #966 M 5550 Lerici -- Italy (Navy) , 1991-0, 1x MIN Mk2 ROV, 1x Pluto ROV
    - Draft to 2.6m
    http://www.marina.difesa.it/uominimezzi/navi/Pagine/Cacciamine.aspx

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  • #972 AGF 3 La Salle [Converted Raleigh Class] -- United States (Navy) , 1973-0, -
  • #974 AGF 3 La Salle [Converted Raleigh Class] -- United States (Navy) , 2000-2005, -
  • #2325 AGF 3 La Salle [Converted Raleigh Class] -- United States (Navy) , 1983-0, Overhaul
    - Type to #5008 AGF - Fleet Flagship
    - Crew to 445
    - Cargo_Type to #1000 Personnel, Cargo_Crew to 138
    - AircraftFacility : 1x #40 Hangar (1x Large Aircraft (Length 18.1-26m))
    http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/ship/agf-3.htm
    http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/usa/aux_flt.htm#comm

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  • #1155 L 9021 Ouragan -- France (Navy) , 1993-0, -
  • #1156 L 9021 Ouragan -- France (Navy) , 1969-0, -
  • #1890 L 9021 Ouragan -- France (Navy) , 1998-2007, -
    - Name : [TCD 60] could be added.
    - (#1156) YearCommissioned to 1965
    - Height : 42 m
    - DisplacementStandard : 7300
    - DisplacementFull : 8500
    - (#1155,#1156) Crew : 240
    - Cargo_Area to 1584, Cargo_Crew to 340 (360 for #1890)
    - (#1156) Sensors : add 1x #2133 AN/SQS-17A
    - (#1156) Mounts : add 2 forward facing 120mm Mortar HE with 360 shells. No 30mm guns for #1155 and #1156. On #1890, the 30mm guns are directed by the Vigy 105, the Simbad are on local control only.
    - (#1156) Magazines : 6000 rounds 40mmm Bofors,
    - (#1155,#1890) Comms : add #212 Commercial SATCOM (Inmarsat), 2x #306 Syracuse II SATCOM.
    - AircraftFacility to 3x #43 Pad with Haul-Down (1x Large Aircraft (Length 18.1-26m)). No hangar.
    - DockingFacility : to 1x #7 Dock Well (2x Large Dock (LCU/LCAC, 25.1-45m Long)), add 1x #9 Davit (2x Small Dock/Davit (LCVP, 11.1-17m Long)) and 1x #33 Davit (2x Very Small Dock/Davit (0-11m Long))
    - Properties : add #8005 Refuel to Starboard x 1 (Out), #8106 Refuel from Starboard x 1 (In), #9001 Replenish to Port x 1 (Out) and #9101 Replenish from Port x 1 (In).
    - Fuel : 91.5 tons of Aviation fuel. Diesel 740 tons (819 tons for #1890).
    "TCD : Les Transports de Chalands de Débarquement" (2004), Jean Moulin & Patrick Maurand, ISBN : 978-2915379167.
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-batiments-de-surface/ouragan-l-9021
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-batiments-de-surface/orage-l-9022

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  • #1201 480 Delvar -- Iran (Navy) , 1979-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #3000 Medium Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 700
    http://www.navypedia.org/naval_balance/iran.htm

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  • #1269 A 1435 Westerwald [Type 760] -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy) , 1967-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 1080
    - Fuel 221 tons
    http://www.marine.de/portal/a/marine/start/waffenun/museumsh/versorger/westerwald/
    http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/europe/type-760a.htm

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  • #1291 DBM 241 Silba -- Yugoslavia [-1992] (Navy) , 1991-0, -
    - Height to 5.4m
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 460, Cargo_Crew to 300
    Note : secondary role as a minelayer, the ship can carry up to 152 mines. As of 2007, it seems to have been abandonned. Maybe transferred to Montenegro.
    Could then be duplicated to create
  • #???? DBM 81 Cetina -- Croatia (Navy) , 1993-0, -.
    http://www.paluba.info/smf/index.php/topic,3047.0.html
    http://www.osrh.hr/#rubData/HTML/HR/O NAMA_OLD/HRM/20160303_Uvježbavanje_prevoženja_borbenih_vozila_HKoV-a_morem/Uvježbavanje_prevoženja_borbenih_vozila_HKoV-a_morem_HR.htm
    http://www.osrh.hr/#rubData/HTML/HR/O NAMA/HRM/05_20150904_Flotila_HRM/Flotila_HRM_HR.htm

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  • #1302 L 153 Nafkratoussa [Casa Grande Class] -- Greece (Navy) , 1971-1999, Ex-LSD 21 Fort Mandan
    - DisplacementStandard : 4490
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 1450, Cargo_Crew to 332
    - Fuel 1770 tons
    http://www.navypedia.org/ships/greece/gr_ls_nafkratoussa.htm

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  • #1342 Type 0891A [82 Shichang] -- China (Navy) , 1997-0, Training
    - Draft to 10.6m
    http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/china/aux_flt.htm

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  • #1450 C-14 China-Cat [SSM] -- Iran (Navy) , 2003-0, Fast-Attack Catamaran
  • #2096 C-14 China-Cat [MLRS] -- Iran (Navy) , 2003-0, Fast-Attack Catamaran
    - Comments : not a "Catamaran", it's a mono-hull with stepped planning shape.
    - Length : 13.75 m (hence their designation Class 14)
    - Crew to 10
    - add #4002 All Aluminum Construction (-30% DP Penalty)
    https://www.usni.org/combat-fleets-2012-iranian-frigates-and-patrol-craft-0
    http://www.seaboats.net/ProductPDFs/410248-de86014021b4.pdf

    Note : Not sure why that class is widely characterized as "Catamaran". Could be because of its commercial nickname "China Cat", which actually is very literal, intended to underline it's small size.
    http://www.bestchinanews.com/Military/238.html

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  • #1492 L 760 Flunder [Type 520 Barbe] -- Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Navy) , 1966-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #3000 Medium Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 150
    Could be duplicated to create
  • #???? L 167 Ios [Type 520 Barbe] -- Greece (Navy) , 1992, -. 6 to 8 transferred in 1992, fate unknown.
    Note : secondary role as a minelayer, no details.
    http://www.hellas.org/military/navy/lcu520.htm
    http://www.marine.de/portal/a/marine/start/waffenun/hilfsfah/mehrzwec/
    http://www.navypedia.org/ships/germany/ger_ls_butt.htm

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  • #1618 NL 125 Osman Gasi -- Turkey (Navy) , 1995-0, 4x LCVP
  • #2554 NL 125 Osman Gasi -- Turkey (Navy) , 2012-0, 4x LCVP. Upgraded
    - Crew to 114
    Note : secondary role as a minelayer, hence NL designation (N for minelayer and L for Transport). The ship can carry up to 200 mines.
    https://www.dzkk.tsk.tr/icerik.php?dil=1&icerik_id=87&pltfrm=1
    http://navalanalyses.blogspot.be/2014/10/osman-gazi-class-landing-ship-minelayer.html

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  • #1619 NL 123 Sarucabey -- Turkey (Navy) , 1985-0, 2x LCVP
    - Crew to 105
    https://www.dzkk.tsk.tr/icerik.php?dil=1&icerik_id=86&pltfrm=1

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  • #1762 Strb 90H [Stridsbåt] -- Sweden (Navy) , 1993-0, -
  • #1763 Strb 90HS [Stridsbåt] -- Sweden (Navy) , 2000-0, -
  • #1764 KA 1 Trondernes [Stridsbåt, Strb 90N] -- Norway (Coastal Artillery) , 1997-0, CB-90N
    - Height : 3.8 m
    - DisplacementEmpty : 13.3 tons
    - DisplacementStandard : 15.3 tons
    - DisplacementFull : 20.5 tons
    - Crew : 3
    - Cargo_Type to #1000 Personnel, Cargo_Mass to 4.5, Cargo_Crew to 21
    - Fuel : 2 tons
    https://www.soldf.com/strb90h.html

  • #???? CB 90 HMN -- Mexico (Navy) , 2000
  • #???? CB 90 HEX -- Malaysia (Navy) , 2001
    - Mexican navy operates 62 CB90, Royal Malaysian Navy operates 12 (+ 5 older versions)
    http://www.dockstavarvet.se/references/mexico/
    http://www.dockstavarvet.se/references/malaysia/

  • #1765 Tpbs 200 [Transportbåt] -- Sweden (Navy) , 1962-2009, -
    - Cargo_Type to #1000 Personnel, Cargo_Mass to 4, Cargo_Crew to 40
    - Fuel : 2.5 tons
    https://www.soldf.com/tpbs200.html
    http://www.ka2muldiv.org/reportage/repotage200bat.pdf
    http://www.maringuiden.se/batguiden/;batID=32436&battypID=42

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  • #1807 P 51 Roisin -- Ireland (Navy) , 2000-0, -
  • #2638 P 61 Samuel Beckett -- Ireland (Navy) , 2014-0, 3x by 2016
    - Category from None to #2002 Surface Combatant

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  • #1826 Type 271-II Yupen -- China (Navy) , 1979-1995, Limited Production, NATO: Yulu?
    - Crew : 36
    - Cargo_Type to #2000 Small Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 100, Cargo_Crew to 300
  • #2242 Type 271-IID Yupen -- China (Navy) , 1982-1995, Main Production, 25x, NATO: Yulu?
    - Crew : 36
    - Cargo_Type to #2000 Small Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 100, Cargo_Crew to 300
    http://www.haijun360.com/news/ZXDLJ/2011/76/1176235426AH8H8EBC66G0FHE08IG7.html

  • #1827 Type 271-III Yupen -- China (Navy) , 1990-0, NATO: Yulu?
    - Name : Type 271-IIIA Yulü
    - DisplacementFull : 800
    - Crew : 56
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 150, Cargo_Crew to 200
    http://www.haijun360.com/news/ZXDLJ/2011/1118/111118212466C70A5GI1HDK3K3F1FE6.html
    http://www.navypedia.org/ships/china/ch_ls_271iiia.htm
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_271_landing_craft

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  • #2072 LCP -- United States (Navy) , 0-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #1000 Personnel, Cargo_Crew to 36
    http://www.ussrankin.org/lcpl.htm

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  • #2073 LCM Ondatra [P.1176 Akula] -- Soviet Union [-1991] (Naval Fleet [V-MF]) , 1979-1991, For Ivan Rogov
  • #2074 LCM Ondatra [P.1176 Akula] -- Russia [1992-] (Navy) , 1992-0, For Ivan Rogov
    - Crew to 4
    - DisplacementFull to 115
    - MaxSeaState to 4
    - Cargo_Mass to 50, Cargo_Area to 45
    - Engines are 2x 3D6 diesel
    - Max speed is 11 knots
    - Range is 1400 nm @ 10 knots
    http://roe.ru/eng/catalog/naval-systems/akula/

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  • #2077 LCU Mk.10 -- United Kingdom (Royal Navy) , 0-0, For Albion and Bay
  • #2080 LCU Mk.II (NL) -- Netherlands (Navy) , 2007-0, -
    - PhysicalSizeCode to #3004 Large Dock (LCU/LCAC, 25.1-45m Long)

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  • #2081 LCVP Mk.I (NL) -- Netherlands (Navy) , 1965-1995, 10x
    - Cargo_Type to #2000 Small Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 460, Cargo_Crew to 30

  • #2086 LCVP Mk.II (NL) -- Netherlands (Navy) , 1984-2011, 6x
    - Cargo_Type to #2000 Small Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 4.3, Cargo_Crew to 30

  • #2087 LCVP Mk.III (NL) -- Netherlands (Navy) , 1995-2011, 6x
    - Cargo_Type to #2000 Small Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 7, Cargo_Crew to 34

  • #2088 LCVP Mk.V (NL) -- Netherlands (Navy) , 1995-2011, 12x
    - YearCommissioned to 2011, no Decomm yet.
    - Crew of 3
    - DisplacementStandard 16 tons, DisplacementFull 24 tons
    - Cargo_Type to #2000 Small Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 8.2, Cargo_Crew to 35
    - add #4002 All Aluminum Construction (-30% DP Penalty)
    - Engines are 2 x Volvo Penta TAMD-72WJ diesels, Flank speed is 25 knots, Cruise speed is 16 knots. Endurance is 210 nm at 16 knots.
    Could be duplicated to create
  • #???? LCVP MK5 -- United Kingdom (Royal Navy) , 1996-, 23x
    https://www.defensie.nl/onderwerpen/materieel/inhoud/schepen/lcvp-landingsvaartuig-personeel
    https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/(NL)LCVP
    http://www.navypedia.org/ships/uk/brit_aws_lcvp5.htm
    http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/the-equipment/commando/landing-craft

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  • #2082 LCM -- France (Navy) , 0-0, -
    - Name : "EDA-S [CTM]", LCM designation could be kept in Comments if need be*.
    - YearCommissioned : 1965
    - Length : 24 m
    - Height : 9 m
    - DisplacementEmpty : 62 tons
    - DisplacementFull : 150 tons
    - Crew : 4
    - Cargo_Type to #3000 Medium Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 90, Cargo_Area to 70, Cargo_Crew to 200
    - Mounts and Weapons are 2 * 12.7mm/50 MG on a pin mount, one on each side with a 90° arc
    - Comms : two VHF radios, one secure.
    - Engines are 2 x Poyaud-Wärtsilä 520 NS (450 hp) diesels, Flank speed is 8.5 knots, Cruise speed is 8 knots. Endurance is 380 nm at 8 knots.
    * "Engins de Débarquement Amphibie Standard", Standard Amphibious Landing Vehicle. While the #2085 EDA-R is "Engins de Débarquement Amphibie Rapide", fast. Before 2012, EDA-S were designated as CTM, "Chalands de Transport de Matériel" or, literally, Equipment Transport Barge. 31 built.
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/equipements/batiments-de-combat/ctm/eda-s
    http://www.netmarine.net/f/bat/CTM/CTM.htm
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/marine-nationale-la-flottille-amphibie-70-ans

  • #???? CTM -- Senegal (Navy) , 2010
    - duplicate the modified #2082, 1 transferred in 2010.
    http://www.netmarine.net/f/bat/CTM/CTM02.htm
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/la-marine-senegalaise

  • #???? CTM -- Chile (Navy) , 2012
    - duplicate the modified #2082, 2 sold in 2011 for use with the #2425 LSDH 91 Sargento Aldea [Foudre].
    http://www.netmarine.net/f/bat/CTM/CTM19.htm
    http://www.netmarine.net/f/bat/CTM/CTM24.htm

  • #???? EDVM [CTM] -- Brazil (Navy) , 2016
    - duplicate the modified #2082, 2 sold in 2015 for use with the #2977 G 40 Bahia, renamed "Icaraí" and "Muriqui". "EDVM" stands for Embarcação de Desembarque de Viaturas e Materiais.
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/le-bahia-est-arrive-au-bresil
    https://www.defesaaereanaval.com.br/ndm-bahia-embarca-as-novas-edvm-e-edcg-2/

  • #???? CTM NG -- Egypt (Navy) , 2016
    - duplicate the modified #2082, for use with the #2977 Gamal Abel Nasser and Anwar as Sadate, two for each ship.
    - Length : 26.5 m
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 65, Cargo_Area to 228, Cargo_Crew to 180
    - Engines are 3 x diesels, Flank speed is 13.4 knots, Cruise speed is 12.3 knots. Endurance is 380 nm at 8 knots.
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/ctm-ng-le-nouveau-chaland-de-debarquement-de-dcns-0
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/dcns-livre-legypte-son-premier-bpc
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/legypte-rachete-les-ex-bpc-russes-et-leur-batellerie
    https://www.meretmarine.com/sites/default/files/styles/mem_1000/public/new_objets_drupal/20160508184050_ctm3.jpg?itok=oW1UxSSf
    https://www.meretmarine.com/sites/default/files/styles/mem_1000/public/new_objets_drupal/20160508184128_ctm2.jpg?itok=NSzAsjPm

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  • #2085 - L-Cat [EDA-R] -- France (Navy), 2012, Catamaran
  • #3045 - L-Cat [EDA-R] -- Egypt (Navy), 2018, X2, +4, Mistral
    - (#2085) YearDecommissioned to 2013
    - Height : 6.1m
    - DisplacementEmpty : 185
    - Crew : 6
    - Cargo_Mass to 80, Cargo_Area to 127, Cargo_Crew to 42
    - Properties : #4002 All Aluminum Construction (-30% DP Penalty), and #4012 Catamaran/Trimaran Multihull (-30% DP Penalty) too?
    - Propulsion : Flank speed is 30 knots
    - Fuel : 18.5 tons
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/equipements/batiments-de-combat/eda-r/eda-r
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/magazine/eda-r-le-nouveau-moyen-de-connecter-la-mer-et-la-terre/fiche-technique
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/magazine/eda-r-le-nouveau-moyen-de-connecter-la-mer-et-la-terre/l-eda-r-en-quelques-dates
    https://cnim.com/sites/default/files/media/Publications/brochures%20pdf/L-CAT-shiptoshore-web-ppp.pdf
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/le-premier-catamaran-de-debarquement-egyptien-rejoint-saint-nazaire
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/eda-r-la-marine-francaise-dresse-un-premier-bilan-positif

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  • #2106 L 9051 Sabre [EDIC 700] -- France (Navy) , 1988
  • #2853 21 Sour [EDIC Class] -- Lebanon (Navy) , 1986-0, -
    - (#2106) YearDecommissioned to 2011
    - Height : 15.45 m
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 210, Cargo_Area to 228, Cargo_Crew to 180
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-batiments-de-surface/sabre-l-9051
    http://flottille.amphibie.free.fr/batellerieedic.htm
    http://www.netmarine.net/f/bat/sabre/
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/djibouti-ledic-dague-retire-du-service-en-2010-ou-2011

  • #???? Gorée [EDIC 700] -- Senegal (Navy) , 2011
    - duplicate the modified #2106, 1 transferred in 2011.
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/ema/forces-prepositionnees/senegal/actualites/ffcv-cession-de-l-edic-sabre-a-la-marine-nationale-senegalaise
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-batiments-de-surface/sabre-l-9051
    http://www.netmarine.net/f/bat/sabre/

  • #???? La Dague [EDIC 700] -- Djibouti (Navy) , 2012
    - duplicate the modified #2106, 1 transferred in 2012.
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/ema/forces-prepositionnees/djibouti/actualites/ffdj-don-de-20-tonnes-de-carburant-de-navigation
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-batiments-de-surface/dague-l-9052
    http://www.netmarine.net/f/bat/dague/

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  • #2107 L 9062 Hallebarde [CDIC] -- France (Navy) , 1990-0, For use with Foudre Class
    - YearCommissioned : 1989
    - YearDecommissioned : 2015
    - Height : 15 m
    - Cargo_Area : 416
    - Mounts and Weapons : add 2 * 12.7mm/50, they are MG on a pin mount, one on each side with a 90° arc
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-batiments-de-surface/hallebarde-l-9062
    http://www.netmarine.net/f/bat/hallebar/caracter.htm

  • #???? CDIC -- Chile (Navy) , 2012
    - duplicate the modified #2107, 1 sold to Chile in 2011 for use with the #2425 LSDH 91 Sargento Aldea [Foudre].
    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-batiments-de-surface/rapiere-l-9061
    http://www.netmarine.net/f/bat/rapiere/index.htm
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/les-chiliens-prennent-en-main-lex-cdic-rapiere

  • #???? EDCG Marambaia [CDIC] -- Brazil (Navy) , 2016
    - duplicate the modified #2107, sold to Brazil in 2015 for use with the #2977 G 40 Bahia, renamed "Marambaia". "EDCG" stands for Embarcação de Desembarque de Carga Geral.
    https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/le-bahia-est-arrive-au-bresil
    https://www.defesaaereanaval.com.br/ndm-bahia-embarca-as-novas-edvm-e-edcg-2/

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  • #2152 EP-02 FCU -- Singapore (Navy) , 1994-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #2000 Small Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 18, Cargo_Crew to 30
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlco_JSBQCE
    http://soc.culture.singapore.narkive.com/7P4wKTyL/singapore-s-fast-craft-utility-and-lcm-8

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  • #2312 DKA Serna [Pr.1177.0] -- Russia [1992-] (Navy) , 1995-0, -
    - PhysicalSizeCode to #2005 Very Large Pier (45.1-200m)

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  • #2450 LSV 1 Gen. Frank S. Besson Jr. -- United States (Army) , 1988-0, 6x
    - Draft : 3.7 m
    - Crew : 31
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 2000, Cargo_Area to 976
    http://www.militaryfactory.com/ships/detail.asp?ship_id=USAV-GEN-Franksbessonjr-LSV1
    http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/ship/lsv-a.htm

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  • #2451 LC 550 Bacolod City [Besson] -- Philippines (Navy) , 1993-0, 2x
    - Draft : 3.7 m
    - Crew : 30
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 2280, Cargo_Area to 976, Cargo_Crew to 150
    http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/asiapac/philip.htm
    "Conway's all the world's fighting ships 1947-1995" (1996), ISBN: 978-1557501325.

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  • #2455 Protector USV [Typhoon, Armed] -- Singapore (Navy) , 2005-0, Unmanned
  • #2456 Protector USV [Typhoon, Armed] -- Israel (Navy) , 2009-0, Unmanned
    - Category from Civilian to #2002 Surface Combatant

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  • #2575 LSF 621 [MDK Tsaplya, Pr.1206.1 Murena] -- South Korea (Navy) , 2007-0, 3x
    - name [Pr.12061E - Murena-E]
    - YearCommissioned to 2006
    - Beam to 14.6 m
    - MaxSeaState to 4
    - PhysicalSizeCode to #2004 Large Pier (25.1-45m Long)
    - Cargo_Mass to 42
    - Engines are 2x MT-70K
    - There would be no AGS-30 Grenade Launcher on Export version. There would be 1000 rounds for the AK-306 30mm guns and there would be 10 to 24 mines.


  • #???? MDK Murena [Pr.12061, Tsaply] -- Soviet Union [-1991] (Naval Fleet [V-MF]) , 1985-1991
  • #???? MDK Murena [Pr.12061, Tsaply] -- Russia [1992-] (Navy) , 1992-2004
    - based on #2575, Tsaplya would be her NATO designation name. From late 1994 all ships would have been handed to the Coast Guard. Caspian Flotilla maye receive some in 2017.
    - Russian version would have 1x quad 9K310 "Igla-1" SAM system launcher. There would be 800 grenade launchers rounds.
    http://russianships.info/eng/warships/project_12061.htm
    http://roe.ru/eng/catalog/naval-systems/murena-e/
    http://www.oaoosk.ru/en/products/murena-e/
    http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2016/february-2016-navy-naval-forces-defense-industry-technology-maritime-security-global-news/3596-russian-navy-caspian-flotilla-to-receive-project-12061-murena-class-assault-hovercraft.html

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  • #2611 T 91 Los Frailes [Damen Stan Lander 5612] -- Venezuela (Navy) , 2012-0, -
    - DisplacementFull : 740
    - Cargo_Type to #3000 Medium Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 500, Cargo_Crew to 30
    http://products.damen.com/-/media/Products/Images/Clusters-groups/Naval/Stan-Lander/Stan-Lander-5612/Downloads/Product_Sheet_Damen_Stan_Lander_5612_12_2016.pdf
    http://www.fav-club.com/2014/04/14/buque-de-carga-damen-stan-lander-5612-clase-los-frailes/
    http://www.venezueladefensa.com/2014/12/buques-t91-y-t92-presta-apoyo-unidades.html

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  • #2704 B 04 Bahia San Blas -- Argentina (Navy) , 1979-0, -
    - DisplacementEmpty : 6800 tons
    - DisplacementStandard to 7838 tons
    - PhysicalSizeCode to #2005 Very Large Pier (45.1-200m)
    - Cargo_Type to #3000 Medium Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 6300, Cargo_Area to 976
    http://www.ara.mil.ar/pag.asp?idItem=300

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  • #2725 Ghannatha [Transport] -- UAE (Navy) , 2003-2012, 12x
  • #2726 P 301 Ghannatha II -- UAE (Navy) , 2014-0, 12x
  • #2727 Ghannatha [Mortar Conversion] -- UAE (Navy) , 2013-0, 6x
  • #2728 Ghannatha [Gun Conversion] -- UAE (Navy) , 2013-0, 6x
    - Cargo_Type to #1000 Personnel, Cargo_Crew to 42
    http://www.janes.com/article/49514/ghannatha-vessels-delivered-idx15d4

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  • #2743 HS 01 Leeuwin -- Australia (Navy) , 2000-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #1000 Personnel, Cargo_Crew to 470
    - DockingFacility : 1x #29 Davit (1x Very Small Dock/Davit (0-11m Long))
    http://www.navy.gov.au/hmas-leeuwin
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leeuwin-class_survey_vessel

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  • #2891 MT Modified Andizhan [Pr.964] -- Soviet Union [-1991] (Naval Fleet [V-MF]) , 1959-1991, -
  • #2892 MT Modified Andizhan [Pr.964] -- Russia [1992-] (Navy) , 1992-2005, -
    - Cargo_Type to #3000 Medium Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 3959
    http://russianships.info/eng/support/project_964.htm

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  • #2830 L 38 Galana -- Kenya (Navy) , 1994-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #3000 Medium Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 700, Cargo_Crew to 30
    http://www.navypedia.org/naval_balance/kenya.htm
    CargoCapacity

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  • #2898 A 535 Valkyrien -- Norway (Royal Navy) , 1995-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #3000 Medium Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 700
    https://forsvaret.no/en/facts/equipment/logistics-vessel-valkyrien

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  • #2903 L 4502 Reinoysund -- Norway (Royal Navy) , 1972-1998, -
    - DisplacementStandard : 560 tons
    - Crew : 10
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 220 (estimated), Cargo_Crew to 180
    "Conway's all the world's fighting ships 1947-1995" (1996), ISBN: 978-1557501325.

  • #2904 L 4506 Tjeldsund [Refitted Reinoysund-Class] -- Norway (Royal Navy) , 1998-0, Renamed
    - DisplacementStandard : 560 tons
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 300 (estimated), Cargo_Crew to 200
    http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/europe/norway.htm#amph

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  • #3065 Vydra [Pr.106] -- Soviet Union [-1991] (Naval Fleet [V-MF]) , 1967-1991, 15x
  • #3066 Vydra [Pr.106] -- Russia [1992-] (Navy) , 1992-1998, 15x
  • #3067 Vydra [Pr.106K] -- Bulgaria (Navy) , 1975-0, 10x
  • #3068 Vydra [Pr.106K] -- Egypt (Navy) , 1975-0, 10x
    - Length to 54.9
    http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/africa/egypt.htm

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  • #3071 C-107 LCU -- Turkey (Navy) , 1966-0, 12x
    - Cargo_Crew to 100 (1000 is a typo)
    https://turkishnavy.net/edic-type-lct-class/

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  • #3104 Sea Hunter [ACTUV] -- United States (Navy) , 2016-0, 1x, Unmanned Surface Vessel
  • #2699 Fleet Class CUSV [Empty Mission Module] -- United States (Navy) , 2008-0, Unmanned, LCS Based, Prototype
  • #2731 Fleet Class CUSV [MCM Mission Module] -- United States (Navy) , 2016-0, Unmanned, LCS Based
    - Crew to 0

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