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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/22/2017 7:06:04 PM   
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Can PL-15 loadouts be added to J-15?

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/22/2017 8:24:14 PM   
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Weapon #3340 KAB-500S GLONASS

in the DB ATM, only the Su-34 carries them. the Deagle and manufacturer pages for the things also says they're deployed on the Su-24M, Su-35, and Mig-35.

The Su-24M/35 probably has loadouts with them that're identical to the ones they have with TV/Laser guided KAB-500, 4 bombs short range, 2 long range. Dunno about the MIG. Deagle also claims they're fitted to the Backfire and the PAK TA.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/23/2017 12:04:55 AM   
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oh, this is interesting, supposedly MIG-29Ks went to Syria with GLONASS munitions mounted: https://www.rbth.com/defence/2016/09/14/russia-to-test-new-missiles-in-syria-later-this-year_629957

Anonymous Sources from a source that is horribly pro-Russian in the first place, but maybe 29Ks can use Kh-38s and some form of GLONASS guided bomb like the article says? I have no idea how the heck to go about verifying such things, though.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/24/2017 6:28:56 AM   
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Can we add a medium deck park to the Zumwalt Class? The flight deck seems big enough to hold a Seahawk with space to land another.


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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/24/2017 3:44:27 PM   
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Hi, could you please add the AN/FPS-30 for the US? Unfortunately it's only in the CWDB. Thanks!

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/24/2017 9:28:38 PM   
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Im was looking to create a Falklands War Sandbox, however I have come a cropper.

I set up a three aircraft dagger strike against Glamorgan/Arrow and Aclarity, went with the Standard Falklands loadout and noticed that the load out is Mk.82 LDGP bombs.

Heres where the issue begins, when using Mk.82 LDGP, minimum release height is 800ft AGL, my Daggers dutifully bunt up to 800ft and get swatted by the RN (As a brit not a disatisfying result), however unrealistic.

In an ideal world there would be either a button that allows you to ignore minimum realease heights in the WRA settings, or a specific weapon added to the Database something like a Mk.82 Falklands, with a release height of 50ft AGL but with a lower POH to take account of the lack of arming time , and then a new load out for the Argentine units.

I suspect to save time that perhaps an alternative could be added to the A4 and Dagger loadouts

It affects :

Dagger A (Nesher S Mod Mirage5)
ID #86

You could use the #14244 loadout as the template and amend the attack altitude to 200ft instead of the 400ft listed.

The change would be to swap out the Mk.82 LDGP bombs for the Mk.82 Snakeye (ID #1404)


And

A4Q Skyhawk (A4B)
ID #792

In this one there is two loadout changes , first the there needs to be a loadout for retarded Mk.82s , loadout ID #3092 could be used for performance with amendments made to the attack altitude, and the british 1000lb being dropped for two Mk.82 Snakeye (ID #1404).

The other loadout is one that allows low level attacks with heavier bombs, loadout ID#3092 is again a perfect fit, however swap the Mk.13 1000lb bomb for a Mk.18 1000lb retarded weapon (ID #1399 Mk.18 RET) and amend the attack altitude to 200ft.

You could add this to the FAA A4s as well but it seems a waste of time TBH, when the designer can add extra naval A4s to take account of the low level dimension.

I did look to see if I could use another A4 or Mirage Variant, the Mirages in the database have dont have any retarded bomb loadouts, and the only A4 is the USMC A4M with six Mk.82. Not exactly realistic.

Regards Butch

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/25/2017 9:47:46 AM   
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Polish patrol vessel ORP Ślązak

http://navaltoday.com/2016/01/20/polish-patrol-vessel-orp-slazak-starts-sea-trials/
http://defence-blog.com/news/polish-slazak-offshore-patrol-vessel-has-received-a-7662-super-rapid-rapid-fire-naval-gun.html
http://www.defence24.pl/237282,orp-slazak-launched
http://www.defence24.pl/169254,slazak-patrol-vessel-has-been-test-launched
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORP_%C5%9Al%C4%85zak_(2015)

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/25/2017 4:47:24 PM   
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US Navy Next Generation Jammer received the designation AN/ALQ-249

http://www.navair.navy.mil/index.cfm?fuseaction=home.PrintNewsStory&id=6542

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/25/2017 11:15:18 PM   
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#2293 DD 115 Akizuki
4x J/FCS-3 VSR -> 4x J/FCS-3A VSR
hull sonar is using OQQ-22,not OQS-102

#1748,#1838,#3046 DDG 177 Atago
should be using 96-cell Mk41 VLS (64-cell + 32-cell)
hull sonar is using AN/SQS-53C,not OQS-102
DDG-177 Atago don't have towed array sonar
DDG-178 Ashigara equiped with OQR-2 towed array sonar
Mk-34 GWS (with Mk-20 E-OSS) is added during 2017 upgrade
J/OPS-28C Radar is replaced by AN/SPQ-9B (2017 upgrade)

#1996,#136 F-4EJ Kai
#3375,#805 RF-4EJ Kai
They are using AN/ALQ-131,not AN/ALQ-119.
Japan only have 2 sets of AN/ALQ-119 for testing.

#1996,#136 F-4EJ Kai
F-4EJ Kai can use Mk82,not only GCS-1.
Also they have TER-9A Triple Ejector Rack,which mean RF-4EJ Kai can carry up to 6 Mk82 or 6 GCS-1.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/26/2017 12:08:03 AM   
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  • #217 - Tu-126 Moss -- Soviet Union [-1991] (Air Defence Troops [PVO]), 1965-1984
    - Height : 15.5 m
    - Empty Weight : 103000 kg
    - Max Weight : 171000 kg
    - Max Payload : 908 kg
    - Ceiling : 10700 m

    --------------------------------------------

  • #1846 - Shackleton AEW.2 -- United Kingdom (Royal Air Force), 1973-1991
    - Max Weight : : 45360 kg
    - Sensors/EW : please add 1 ARI 18144 ESM "Orange Harvest" (#5033 - Orange Harvest)
    - Comms/Datalinks : please add 1 UHF radio (AN/ARC-52)


    Source for both : "Beyond the Horizon, The History of Airborne Early Warning" (2014), Ian Shaw & Sérgio Santana, ISBN: 978-0-9854554-3-9.

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/26/2017 1:47:05 PM   
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    Soviet/Russian KAB series require changes in launch altitude and reliability and add Launch speed.

    KAB-500Kr (TV) proposed (old data DB3k v467) #640
  • launch altitude: 1,640 ft to 16,404 ft. (
  • Launch speed: 550 km/h to 1,100 km/h. (no data available).
  • reliability: 85%* (75%).
    Source

    *same reliablity than AGM-62B Walleye of 1972! #1664.

    KAB-500OD new in database
    Source

    KAB-500S #3340
  • launch altitude: 1,640 ft to 16,404 ft.
  • Launch speed: 550 km/h to 1,100 km/h. (no data available).
    Source

    KAB-1500Kr (TV) proposed (old data DB3k v467) #641
  • launch altitude: 3,280 ft to 26,246 ft. (
  • Launch speed: 550 km/h to 1,100 km/h. (no data available).
  • reliability: 85%* (75%).
    Source

    KAB-1500LG (Penetrator) #49
  • launch altitude: 3,280 ft to 26,246 ft. (
  • Launch speed: 550 km/h to 1,100 km/h. (no data available).
  • reliability: 85%* (75%).
    Source

    KAB-1500LG-F #639
  • launch altitude: 3,280 ft to 26,246 ft. (
  • Launch speed: 550 km/h to 1,100 km/h. (no data available).
  • reliability: 85%* (75%).
    Source

    KAB-1500LG-OD new in database
    Source

    quote:

    #831 L 51 Galicia [Enforcer] -- Spain (Navy) , 1998-0, -
    - Cargo_Type to #4000 Large Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 2488, Cargo_Area 1800, Cargo_Crew to 500
    #1402 L 52 Castilla's sister ship


    Superb job Jan, only one correction.
    Castilla and Galicia are sister ships but they haven't the same cargo capacity. Castilla is equipped to be used as a Command ship and as Hospital, for this reason can acommodate 200 troops less than Galicia but more in overall.

    L-51 Galicia #831
  • Troop Capacity: 615. (Dotación transporte in web source)
    Source

    L-52 Castilla #1402
  • Troop Capacity: 415. +352 in hospital.
    Source



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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/26/2017 2:41:23 PM   
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    Thank you Zaslon, I've amended my suggestions.

    As for the Russian bombs, here is what I would like to suggest :

    //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

    #49 - KAB-1500L-Pr LGB [Penetrator] -- -
    #639 - KAB-1500L-F LGB -- -
    #641 - KAB-1500Kr TV/EO -- -
    #3077 - KAB-1500Kr-Pr TV/EO [Penetrator] -- -
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 297 kts (550 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 777.5 kts (1440 km/h)
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 500 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 18000 m
    - RangeMax : 6.48 nm (12 km)
    - Comments : (#49 and #639) commissioned in 1989, (#641 and #3077) commissioned in 1996.

    LG variant and sub-variants, as Zaslon have linked, are using the same gyro-stabilized semi-active laser seeker than KAB-500LG, which was revealed in 2003.

    Note : KAB-250LG (izdeliye K047) is being evaluated since 2015 and is to be fitted in the PAK FA.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #640 - KAB-500Kr TV/EO -- -
    #1035 - KAB-500L LGB -- 1980
    #3340 - KAB-500S GLONASS -- 2015
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 297 kts (550 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 594 kts (1100 km/h)
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 550 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 5000 m
    - RangeMax : 4.86 nm (9 km)
    - Warhead : #664 - FAB-500M-62 [213kg Torpex]
    - Comments : #1035 entered in 1976 and was commissioned in 1979 (could be renamed "L-F", that is the most widespread version), #640 was commissioned in 1984 with upgraded seeker, Krym-02, introduced in 1992. #3340 was cleared on Su-34 in 2006.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #1502 - FAB-250M-62 GPB
    #1505 - FAB-250M-54 GPB
    #2068 - FAB-250M-46 GPB
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 270 kts (500 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 594 kts (1100 km/h)
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 500 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 12000 m

    #2065 - OFAB-250-270 Frag
    - Length : 1.46 m
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 270 kts (500 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 810 kts (1500 km/h)
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 500 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 12000 m

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #48 - FAB-500M-62 GPB
    #592 - FAB-500M-62T GPB -- Heat-Insulated
    - Length : 2.47 m
    - Weight : 457 kg
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 270 kts (500 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 1026 kts (1900 km/h) (#592 : 1350 kts or 2500 km/h )
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 570 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 12000 m

    #1578 - FAB-500M-54 GPB
    #2067 - FAB-500M-46 GP
    #3458 - FAB-500ShN-54 GPB -- Parabrake
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 270 kts (500 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 648 kts (1200 km/h) (#2067 : 540 kts)
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 570 m (#3458 : 150 m )
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 12000 m (#3458 : 500 m )

    #1578 - FAB-500M-54 GPB
    - Weight : 474 kg

    #3458 - FAB-500ShN-54 GPB -- Parabrake
    - Length : 1.8 m

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #1506 - FAB-1000M-62 GPB
    I cannot find details on that bomb.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #2376 - FAB-4000M-46 GPB
    I cannot confirm the existence of that bomb.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #2377 - FAB-5000M-46 GPB
    - Name: I do suggest "FAB5000M-54", I can't find a mod 46.
    - Length : 3.3 m
    - Span : 1.3 m
    - Diameter : 1 m
    - Weight : 5249 kg

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #2375 - FAB-9000M-54 GPB
    - Length : 5 m
    - Span : 1.5 m
    - Diameter : 1.2
    - Weight : 9413 kg

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #1026 - BetAB-500SP CB [12 x Anti-Runway Penetrator Bomblets]
    - Name : may be "BetAB-500ShP"
    - Span : 0.45 m
    - Diameter : 0.3 m
    - Weight : 380 kg
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 324 kts (600 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 540 kts (1000 km/h)
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 30 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 5000 m

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #664 - ODAB-500PM FAE
    #3459 - ODAB-500ShL FAE -- Parabrake
    - Name : (#3459) may be "ODAB-500ShP"
    - Length : 2.3 m
    - Span : 0.5 m
    - Diameter : 0.5
    - Weight : 520 kg
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 270 kts (500 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 648 kts (1200 km/h)
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 200 m (#3459 : 30 m )
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 1000 m
    Note: an almost identical version (525 kg), ODAB-500PMV, can be dropped by helicopters from higher than 220m and faster than 27 kts. V stands for Vertolotnaya, helicopter.

    #105 - ODAB-500 DAE [500kg FAE]
    - ExplosivesWeight is 193 kg AE filling (said to be equivalent to 1000 kg of TNT)

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #644 - OFAB-100-120 Frag
    - Weight : 123 kg
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 270 kts (500 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 810 kts (1500 km/h)
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 500 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 15000 m

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #3086 - PBK-500U SPBE-K [INS + GLONASS] -- 2012?
    - Length : 3.1 m
    - Weight : 540 kg
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 378 kts (700 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 594 kts (1100 km/h)
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 100 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 14000 m
    Note : evaluations would have been completed at the end of 2016.

    #1032 - PBK-500U SPBE-K (8 x SPBE-K) Anti-Tank
    - NumberOfWarheads : 15

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #562 - RBK-250-275 CB [150 x AO-1SCh Frag Bomblets] -- 1981
    #1027 - RBK-250-PTAB CB [30 x PTAB-2.5 Anti-Tank Bomblets]
    - Weight : (#1027) 248 kg

    #563 - RBK-250-AO CB [60 x AO-2.5RT Frag Bomblets]
    #2101 - RBK-250-ZAB [48 x ZAB-2.5M Incendiary]
    - Length : 1.5 m
    - Span : 0.41 m
    - Weight : (#563) 196 kg, (#2101) 174 kg


    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    #559 - RBK-500-Sh CB [565 x ShOAB-0.5 Anti-Tank Bomblets]
    #561 - RBK-500-AO CB [108 x AO-2.5RT Frag Bomblets]
    #842 - RBK-500-PTAB CB [268 x PTAB-1M Anti-Tank Bomblets]
    #843 - RBK-500-ZAB [117 x ZAB-2.5SM Incendiary]
    - Length : 1.9 m
    - Weight : (#559 ) 391 kg, (#561) 338 kg, (#842 & #843) 435 kg
    - LaunchSpeedMin : 270 kts (500 km/h)
    - LaunchSpeedMax : 648 kts (1200 km/h)
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 100 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 20000 m

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    Sources :
    "Russia's Air-launched Weapons: Russian-made Aircraft Ordnance Today" (2017), Piotr Butowski, ISBN: 978-0997309218.
    "Jane's Air-Launched Weapons" (2001), Duncan Lennox.
    "Soviet/Russian Aircraft Weapons: Since World War Two" (2004), Yefim Gordon, ISBN: 978-1857801880.
    Aerospace systems | Catalog Rosoboronexport



    #1674 - Laser Spot Tracker (LGB) -- Paveway II CCG, Fixed and Mobile
    #5340 - Laser Spot Tracker (LGB) -- Paveway II CCG, Fixed Only
    - Maximum Range : 8 nm (based on Laser Spot Tracker (LGB) #810, #2869, #4167, #5235)



    #1564 - BGL-1000 Arcole LGB -- 1993
    - Span : 0.9 m
    - Warhead : #694 - EU.4 1000kg GPB [550kg HE] -- -

    #1909 - BGL-400 LGB -- 1986, 1700 built
    - Span : 0.79 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMin : 550 m
    - LaunchAltitudeMax : 6000 m
    - RangeMax : 4.86 nm (9 km)
    - Warhead : #693 - EU.3 452 kg GPB [203kg HE]
    "Jane's Air-Launched Weapons" (2001), Duncan Lennox.


    NNNN

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/27/2017 5:35:23 PM   
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    #1927 - S-5K 57mm Rocket
    Not in Russian service anymore (even before 2014?), superseded by the S-8 family.

    #3260 - S-5Kor Ugroza Laser-Guided 57mm Rocket [HEAT]
    #3261 - S-8Kor Ugroza Laser-Guided 80mm Rocket [HEAT]
    #3262 - S-13Kor Ugroza Laser-Guided 122mm Rocket [Penetrator]
    May have not entered in production phase yet.

    #2192 - S-25L 266mm Rocket
    Commissioned in 1979, max range would be 3.8 nm (7 km).

    #2904 - S-25LD Laser-Guided 266mm Rocket
    Commissioned in 1984, max range would be 5.4 nm (10 km).

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    #1042 - AT-6 Spiral [9M114 Sturm-V] -- 1976
    - Name : [9M114 Kokon]

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    #1241 - AT-9 Spiral-2 [9M120 Ataka-V]
    - Range: max would be 3.2 nm, min would be 0.5 nm

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    #1058 - AT-16 Scallion [9K121 Vikhr] -- 1993
    - Range: max would be 5.4 nm, min would be 0.5 nm

    #11154 - SA-18 Grouse [9M39] -- 1984, 9K38 Igla
    Following its commissioning in 1983, an heli-borne version would have "soon" be developed and introduced to all Russian combat helicopters, as 9M39 Igla-V, in two or four pack under each wing.

    http://www.army-technology.com/uploads/project/mi8t/images/mi8t-7.jpg
    https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-P7WO4Z099fI/UHAiedPSDxI/AAAAAAAAMyE/zGioUJmqR2w/s800/P1100918.JPG
    http://www.vitalykuzmin.net/Military/MAKS-2009/i-MjT6qGK/A
    http://www.vitalykuzmin.net/Military/MAKS-2009/i-F2XCXFV/A
    http://www.vitalykuzmin.net/Military/MAKS-2009/i-w7GFzBC/A

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    Sources :
    "Russia's Air-launched Weapons: Russian-made Aircraft Ordnance Today" (2017), Piotr Butowski, ISBN: 978-0997309218.


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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/27/2017 11:39:35 PM   
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    Hey there,
    I'd like to request an update concerning Czechoslovak, Czech and Slovak Airforces. I feel these factions are neglected at best, which I feel is a shame, being strategically located in the very heart of Europe. In many hypothetical skirmishes in the region, these air forces would be one of the top players. I'd very much like to see this situation improve with future updates.
    Because I'm no expert on the technical side of things and my sole source is the internet, I am unable to include any information on the exact parameters of the individual aircraft, but I believe simple "reskins" of existing database entries would suffice (for the Fulcrums, Gripens and helicopters, at the very least).

    Czecholovak Air Force:
    -missing MiG-29A

    Czech Air Force:
    -missing MiG-29A
    -missing MiG-229UB
    -missing MiG-23ML
    -missing MiG-23MF
    -missing MiG-23BN
    -missing MiG-23U
    -missing MiG-21MF
    -missing MiG-21UM
    -missing JAS-39C
    -missing L-410FG
    -missing C-295M
    -missing L-410UVP
    -missing Mi-8/17/171
    -missing Mi-24/35
    -missing PZL W-3
    -missing L-39ZA
    -missing An-12BP
    -missing An-26
    -missing Su-22
    -missing Su-25
    -missing L-29
    -missing Mi-2
    -missing Sojka III UAV
    -missing RQ-11 Raven UAV
    -missing Elbit Skylark UAV
    -missing ScanEagle UAV
    -missing Wasp III UAV

    Slovak Air Force:
    -missing MiG-29A
    -missing L-410 Turbolet
    -missing Mi-2
    -missing Mi-17
    -missing UH-60
    -missing L-39
    -missing Elbit Skylark UAV
    -missing MiG-21
    -missing Su-22
    -missing Su-25
    -missing Tu-154
    -missing L29
    -missing An-24/26
    -missing Mi-24

    I believe a vast majority of these platform already exist within the database, therefore it shouldn't be a big problem to assign them to the desired airforces.
    I hope these units will make it into the database soon!
    Thanks for the effort, team!


    P.S. - I'm new here, so sorry if this is an unnecessary question - but might I ask why exactly is the database split into Cold War era and Modern era? Wouldn't it be more comfortable and practical to have them combined? Thanks!

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/28/2017 10:47:20 AM   
    Vici Supreme

     

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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Jan Masterson

    #1927 - S-5K 57mm Rocket
    Not in Russian service anymore (since 2016?), superseded by the S-8 family.

    I think the S-5 rocket probably even retired before 2014. For the past couple of years, the smallest rocket seen to equip Russian attack helicopters has been the S-8. For example, the S-5 was never offered for the Mi-17v5, Mi-28NE or Mi-35M.

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/28/2017 2:04:07 PM   
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    Su-27SM deployed to Syria an on first photo we see :



    R-77-1 missile on forward centerline pylon (and R-27ET under wing)

    So it seems Su-27SM can use R-77-1

    it would be nice to add ability to carry R-77-1 for Su-27SM in some AAW loadouts in database

    P.S. it seems R-77-1 + R-27ET + R-73 variation of loadouts is new standard in RuAF for AAW

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/28/2017 9:21:04 PM   
    Filitch


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    AFAIK, one of the goals of modernization (Su-27 -> Su-27SM) was the expansion of the set of available weapons. Including RVV-AE.

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/28/2017 9:28:00 PM   
    Filitch


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    Many pages ago I have asked about 6 Kh-31 for Su-34. I got answer, that one photo with this loadout is not enough to add this loadout to DB. Ok. This is scheme of loadouts of the Su-30 from the site of manufacturer
    http://www.knaapo.ru/media/rus/about/production/military/Su-30MK2_sheme_b.gif
    I see no problem that Su-34 can carry same Kh-31s as Su-30.

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/28/2017 9:58:44 PM   
    ColonelMolerat

     

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    I don't know whether this is an error or not, but the OLS-27 Rangefinder on the Vietnamese Su-27SK Flanker B has no max range listed (other rangefinders do).


    According to this link, it's got a range of 70km, if that's any help.

    https://defenseissues.net/2015/06/16/airborne-irst-properties-and-performance/

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/28/2017 10:29:23 PM   
    JanMasters0n


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    Thank you Supreme, I've edited my suggestion.



  • #312 - F 710 La Fayette -- France (Navy), 1996-0
  • #717 - F 710 La Fayette -- France (Navy), 2006
  • #2519 - F 710 La Fayette -- France (Navy), 2008
  • #2520 - F 710 La Fayette -- France (Navy), 2014
  • #1290 - 812 Al Riyadh [La Fayette] -- Saudi Arabia (Navy), 2003
  • #533 - 1202 Kang Ding [La Fayette, Kuang Hua II] -- Taiwan (Navy), 1997

    - Height : 40 m
    - Empty displacement: 2846 tons
    - Standard displacement: 3332 tons
    - Full displacement: 3710 tons
    - Crew: 172, (#1482) 71
    - Cargo_Type to #1000 Personnel, Cargo_Crew to 25
    - Sensors : please add #3903 - ABRG 2 [Jammer] -- MAIGRET on French frigates #312, #717, #2519, #2520
    - Mounts & Stores : (#2520) MM.40 Exocet are still #837 - MM.40 Exocet Blk II
    - AircraftFacility : pad is an #41 Pad with Haul-Down (1x Small Aircraft (Length 0-12m)) https://www.meretmarine.com/sites/default/files/styles/mem_1000/public/new_objets_drupal/20160727172657_2014MPAR_008_002_031.jpg?itok=nhGR4rLa
    - DockingFacility : 3x #29 Davit (1x Very Small Dock/Davit (0-11m Long))
    https://www.meretmarine.com/sites/default/files/styles/mem_846_article_content/public/new_objets_drupal/20160727172800_2014MTLN042_001_121.jpg
    - Properties : please 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). And #3002 Dual or Triple Stabilizers.
    Maybe #4007 Glass Reinforced Polyester (GRP) Construction (-20% DP Penalty) too? "part of its structure is in composite material "to reduce radar signature" and to "have some mass available for armor".


    ----------------------------------------------

  • #???? - F 710 La Fayette -- France (Navy), 2021

    Mid-Life Update, works will start in 2020 and will last for 8 months per ship. As for now, the 3 lastest ships of the class will be updated, the two earliest may too if the new FTI frigates (to be delivered from 2023) are delayed.

    - Sensors : please add #4219 - UMS 4132 Kingklip
    - Mounts & stores : please add "#1256 - CONTRALTO-V [SLAT] -- Torpedo Decoy, Ship", use #575 - MM.40 Exocet Blk III, replace the R.440N Crotale Naval NG by Sadral (Mistral) Sextuple (as on #2655 - D 614 Cassard but with #2768 - Mistral 2 and autonomous).

    Sources:
    - http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/equipements/batiments-de-combat/fregates/type-la-fayette/la-fayette-f-710
    - https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/la-renovation-des-fregates-du-type-la-fayette
    - http://www.air-cosmos.com/feu-vert-pour-la-renovation-des-fregates-la-fayette-94167
    - https://www.meretmarine.com/fr/content/la-fayette-il-y-20-ans-la-france-inventait-la-fregate-furtive
    - http://navalanalyses.blogspot.be/2014/09/formidable-class-frigates-of-republic.html
    "Country Profile : France's EW Program", Tom Withington, The Journal of Electronic Defense, June 2011.
    https://www.ixarm.com/IMG/rfi/palvespereira_12774576521_demande_d-information_dale.pdf



  • #999 R 97 Jeanne d Arc -- France (Navy) , 1984-0, -
  • #1391 R 97 Jeanne d Arc -- France (Navy) , 1977-0, -
  • #1392 R 97 Jeanne d Arc -- France (Navy) , 2000-2010, -
    - Height : 52 m
    - Crew : 503 (wartime crew, no cadets aboard instructors)
    - DisplacementEmpty 10575 tons, DisplacementStandard 11170 tons, DisplacementFull 13270 tons
    - Cargo_Type to #2000 Small Cargo, Cargo_Mass to 200, Cargo_Area to 648, Cargo_Crew to 700
    - Mounts : please replace the by 2x
    http://www.ffaa.net/ships/helicopter-carrier/jeanne-arc/images/jeanne-arc-0010.jpg
    - AircraftFacility : please replace the hangar by 1x #17 Hangar (8x Large Aircraft (Length 18.1-26m))(In wartime, more hangar space is made by removing the cadet's accommodation), reduce the pads to 3 large, and add 2x #15 Open Parking (1x Large Aircraft (Length 18.1-26m))http://www.netmarine.net/bat/ecole/jeanne/photo21.jpg
    - DockingFacility : please add 2x #33 Davit (2x Very Small Dock/Davit (0-11m Long))
    http://www.ffaa.net/ships/helicopter-carrier/jeanne-arc/images/jeanne-arc-0010.jpg
    - Properties : please 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).
    http://www.ffaa.net/ships/helicopter-carrier/jeanne-arc/images/jeanne-arc-0107.jpg
    http://www.ffaa.net/ships/helicopter-carrier/jeanne-arc/images/jeanne-arc-0064.jpg
    - Propulsion : from 2008, cruise speed was reduced to 20 knots to preserve the engines.

    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-batiments-de-surface/jeanne-d-arc-r-97
    http://navalanalyses.blogspot.be/2016/02/warships-of-past-jeanne-darc-helicopter.html
    http://www.netmarine.net/bat/ecole/jeanne/caracter.htm
    http://www.ffaa.net/ships/helicopter-carrier/jeanne-arc/caracteristiques.htm
    "Conway's all the world's fighting ships 1947-1995" (1996), ISBN: 978-1557501325.



  • #934 SA.321G Super Frelon -- France (Navy) , 1984-2010, 12x, SSBN Escort
  • #1974 SA.321G Super Frelon -- France (Navy) , 1975-0, 12x, SSBN Escort
  • #1630 SA.321Ga Super Frelon -- France (Army) , 1968-0, 5x, Transport

    - Crew : 4
    - WeightPayload : 5000 kg
    - Propulsion, Max Altitude : 10000 ft
    - Stores & Loadouts : afaik Cargo cannot be airdropped. To #934 and #1974, please add loadouts #6758, #14678, #6757, #9517 and #9519.
    Please add some generic Chaff & Flares launcher, it's supposed to be an Alkan, not much details.
    http://www.ffaa.net/helicopters/super-frelon/images/super-frelon-027.jpg
    - Sensors : (#1974) please change its radar to #884 - ORB 32 Heracles II.

    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/patrimoine/histoire/la-marine-d-hier/les-avions-et-helicopteres/super-frelon
    http://www.netmarine.net/aero/aeronefs/sfrelon/caracter.htm
    http://www.ffaa.net/helicopters/super-frelon/caracteristiques.htm
    http://www.jet-engine.net/miltsspec.html



  • #264 AS.565MA Panther S1 -- France (Navy) , 1996-2012, 15x, Floreal + Lafayette + Cassard, Ex-SA.365M Dauphin 2
  • #3887 AS.565MA Panther S2 -- France (Navy) , 2013-0, 15x, Floreal + Lafayette + Cassard, Ex-SA.365M Dauphin 2

    - Stores & Loadouts : please add #801 - Trooper and a 5 troops loadout. (to deploy commandos from light frigates eg.)

    http://www.defense.gouv.fr/marine/equipements/aeronefs/panther



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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/29/2017 6:26:52 PM   
    Jace11

     

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    I see numerous references to Mk16 CWIS in the database, mostly with respect to AN/VPS-2 and Phalanx associated systems. Also, many ships in the database have variants named "No CWIS" or "CWIS reinstalled".

    Are these all typos? Shouldn't it be CIWS (Close-In Weapons System). I'm a bit of a noob to the game so forgive me if I'm wrong...

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/30/2017 9:39:48 PM   
    ZeroAlpha

     

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    UnitID = #4013 Embraer KC-390


    DB Changes based on most recently published data

    Max Payload: 26,000kg

    Max Cruise Speed 470 KTAS

    Armour: Cockpit floor - .50cal, cockpit sides 7.62

    Sensors: Generic tactical radar (2010) (Modes - spotlight synthetic aperture, weather, air to air, navigation, air to ground, high res)
    Comms: Add Satcom generic, HF generic

    Defensive aides :Generic 2010 Radar Warning Receiver, Laser Warning Receiver, Missile Approach Warning, Chaff, Flares, DIRCM

    Aircraft Loadouts:

    SAR: 2,300NM radius, add Litening EO/IO Pod
    Tac airlift: 1,520nm radius w/23,000kg cargo, add Litening EO/IO Pod
    Tac airlift: 1,1420nm radios w/26,000kg cargo, add Litening EO/IO
    Tanker: 2x 912E pods (max offload 400 USG/m). Speed range 120KCAS to 300KCAS, alt 2,000ft to 32,000ft , additional cargo fuel 20,000kg(??)



    Source: Embraer KC-390 brochure sitting on my desk.

    < Message edited by ZeroAlpha -- 6/30/2017 9:40:10 PM >

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/30/2017 11:29:04 PM   
    Excroat3

     

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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Jace11

    I see numerous references to Mk16 CWIS in the database, mostly with respect to AN/VPS-2 and Phalanx associated systems. Also, many ships in the database have variants named "No CWIS" or "CWIS reinstalled".

    Are these all typos? Shouldn't it be CIWS (Close-In Weapons System). I'm a bit of a noob to the game so forgive me if I'm wrong...

    This might be because CIWS is pronounced "see-whiz" by many, so CWIS is the most logical way to type it out. I know I've made this mistake more than one time as well.

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 7/1/2017 1:21:48 PM   
    ColonelMolerat

     

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    The H-6G Badger [H-6M] 'OECM Pods' loadout equips the planes with 'KG-600 DECM' pods.

    ---

    The J-10A 'LT-2 LGB [500kg HE, Twin-Hardpoint, PL-12, PL-8B, Heavy' loadout equips the planes with PL-10 missiles.

    ---

    The JH-7A Flounder 'YJ-91 / AS-17 Krypton C [Kh-31p, ARM], Heavy' loadout doesn't include any YJ-91s.

    ---

    Similarly, the J-11BH Flanker B 'YJ-91/AS-17 Krypton C [Kh-31P, ARM], DECM Pods, Long-Range' doesn't include any YJ-91s. Am I misunderstanding something about the YJ-91s?

    --

    The J-11BH Flanker B 'A/A:PL-12, DECM Pods, Standard CAP' loadout doesn't include any DECM pods.

    ---

    I'm not sure whether these are deliberate, a typo, or the wrong equipment assigned, but it seemed confusing so I thought I'd mention them...

    I keep editing and adding to this list - there seem to be quite a few. I'm beginning to suspect I'm misunderstanding something. Is this list any use or am I wasting my time?

    < Message edited by ColonelMolerat -- 7/1/2017 2:03:59 PM >

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 7/1/2017 4:20:26 PM   
    mikmykWS

     

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    Thanks all. I've updated our DB wish list to this point.

    Mike

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 7/1/2017 6:30:53 PM   
    JamitovHymem

     

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    The VLS torpedo on the 054A should be changed to Yu-8


    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2697841.html
    http://english.chinamil.com.cn/view/2017-06/30/content_7659120_2.htm
    http://www.mod.gov.cn/photos/2017-06/30/content_4784174.htm

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 7/1/2017 9:01:03 PM   
    Dysta


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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: JamitovHymem

    The VLS torpedo on the 054A should be changed to Yu-8

    http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2697841.html
    http://english.chinamil.com.cn/view/2017-06/30/content_7659120_2.htm
    http://www.mod.gov.cn/photos/2017-06/30/content_4784174.htm


    #2869 - CY-3 (Yu-7) -> Yu-8

    I was thinking how many ASROCs should be enough for a frigate? Typically it's 8 per ship, and optimistically hunt 4 submarines at max.

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 7/2/2017 5:10:02 PM   
    Yvonmukluk

     

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    I have one or two suggestions, which I think might be useful for the ever-popular WWIII/Cold War gone hot scenario.

    Firstly, I noticed that the USS Lexington (CV-16) isn't in the DB3000. While obviously it was only a training carrier by 1980, it does have the distinction of being the longest-serving Essex-class carrier, serving up until 1991. Perhaps in a particularly desperate scenario, it could be used as a stopgap measure. Perhaps taking a cue from the British and flying Marine Corps Harriers as a makeshift air wing...

    Secondly, as hypotheticals, the two Audacious-class carriers, Eagle and Ark Royal could potentially be carried over from the CWDB. The Ark Royal, at least, was decommissioned in 1979, right at the cutoff point, so perhaps it could also but justified as being rushed back into service, should a need be identified. The Eagle would be harder to justify, but could be explained by a different policy when it comes to fixed-wing aviation.

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 7/2/2017 5:14:50 PM   
    Hongjian

     

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    One could also consider adding the Yu-11 torpdeo both as payload for the Yu-8 ASROC and replace the Yu-7s onboard the PLAN surface combattants, as well as ASW aircrafts/helos - after all, it is already in service since 2015, with video evidence existing:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yu-7_torpedo

    quote:

    Yu-11[edit]

    Yu-11 is the follow on of Yu-7 powered by the same Otto fuel II and developed by the same 705th Institute.[2] Development first begun in 2002 and the torpedo finally entered service more than a decade later in 2015,[3] with its existence revealed by CCTV-7 in the same year when the TV station ran a footage of Chinese naval war games in July 2015, showing a new light weight torpedo (LWT) launched from a surface warship.[2] The new Chinese LWT is obviously longer than its predecessor Yu-7 and many Chinese military enthusiasts have postulated that the extended section houses additional fuel to increase the speed and range, but some western analysts such as Jane's Information Group have also postulated that the extended section might house homing and data processing subsystems.[4]

    The most significant improvement of Yu-11 over its predecessor Yu-7 is in the propulsion system, with steam generated propels the torpedo in a closed Rankine cycle,[2] thus enabling Yu-11 to have greater operating depth, rumored to be over six hundred meters. The contra-rotating propellers of Yu-7 is replaced by a pump-jet,[2][4] making China the fourth nation in the world to master the technology of adopting pump-jet for torpedoes.[2] Another benefit of adopting pump-jet is the significant reduction of noise radiated by the torpedo, thus greatly increasing the difficulty to detect the approaching torpedo.[4] Specification:[2]

    Speed: 50 kt max
    Range: 11 km @50 kt, 30 km @26 kt
    Diameter: 324 mm

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    RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 7/3/2017 2:14:06 AM   
    Dysta


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    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Yvonmukluk

    I have one or two suggestions, which I think might be useful for the ever-popular WWIII/Cold War gone hot scenario.

    Firstly, I noticed that the USS Lexington (CV-16) isn't in the DB3000. While obviously it was only a training carrier by 1980, it does have the distinction of being the longest-serving Essex-class carrier, serving up until 1991. Perhaps in a particularly desperate scenario, it could be used as a stopgap measure. Perhaps taking a cue from the British and flying Marine Corps Harriers as a makeshift air wing...

    Secondly, as hypotheticals, the two Audacious-class carriers, Eagle and Ark Royal could potentially be carried over from the CWDB. The Ark Royal, at least, was decommissioned in 1979, right at the cutoff point, so perhaps it could also but justified as being rushed back into service, should a need be identified. The Eagle would be harder to justify, but could be explained by a different policy when it comes to fixed-wing aviation.

    These are before 80s, maybe you should ask that in CWDB thread?

    http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=3436158

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