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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/20/2020 12:32:44 AM   
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Would it be possible to create a "new" sensor that would have exactly the same name and stats as the current Mk.1 Eyeball but be able to be added to any entry like those other sensors? Or along the same vein of thought, create a clone of the "mobile vehicle" category (maybe call it "Manned Structure" or something) that you could apply onto the affected structures so that they'd be able to automatically be given the current Mk.1 Eyeball?

And to add onto that my entry for today will be the #617 Guard Post (of which is also missing the Mk.1 Eyeball and Generic Binoculars sensors despite being a literal guard post.)

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/20/2020 10:35:33 PM   
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quote:

Would it be possible to create a "new" sensor that would have exactly the same name and stats as the current Mk.1 Eyeball

Hmmm.I'll check.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/22/2020 10:26:30 AM   
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The F-15CX (4791) and F-15EX (4771) should have an AN/APG-82 instead of the AN/APG-63(V)3.

https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/defense/2019-06-19/f-15ex-eagle-renaissance

https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/aviation/a22563768/super-eagle-f-15x/

Could the AIM-260 JATM be added to these platforms too as they will replace the AIM-120?

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/22/2020 10:35:29 AM   
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The US F-35A (4876) is missing the AIM-260 JATM and AARGM-ER/SiAW (Stand in Attack Weapon).

https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/27022/air-force-to-turn-navy-air-defense-busting-missile-into-high-speed-critical-strike-weapon

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/22/2020 11:34:03 AM   
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All combat variants of the American and South Korean F-16 and all variants of the South Korean KF-16 are missing the capability to equip unguided rocket loadouts in the form of the #1929 HYDRA Rocket. All these variants of the F-16 are capable of equipping either: a maximum of eight LAU-68 rocket pods, with a capability of seven rockets per pod for a total of 56 rockets; or, a maximum of four of the LAU-61 rocket pods, with a capacity of 19 rockets per pod for a total of 57 rockets. They can also equip between two-six of the LAU-68/LAU-131/A pods for a maximum capability of only 42 rockets, but this configuration frees up two additional hardpoints on the wings that can be used for other ordinance.

Additionally, loadouts consisting of the x6 LAU-131/A pods (for a total of 42 APWKS) and x2 LAU-131/A pods (for a total of 14 APWKS) are also missing.

So in short the following loadouts need to be added to the aircraft indicated in the end parenthesis (note the aircraft in these parenthesis only denote the variants I mentioned above):

x2 AAM's specific to the database entry + x42 #1929 70mm HYDRA Rocket + Assorted remaining ordinance/sensor pods/fuel tanks specific to each database entry (All mentioned F-16/KF-16's)

x2 AAM's specific to the database entry + x38 #1929 70mm HYDRA Rocket + Assorted remaining ordinance/sensor pods/fuel tanks specific to each database entry (All mentioned F-16/KF-16's)

x4 LRAAM's (or x2 SRAAM's + x2 LRAAM's) specific to the database entry + x42 #1929 70mm HYDRA Rocket + assorted remaining sensors specific to each database entry (All mentioned F-16's/KF-16's)

x4 LRAAM's (or x2 SRAAM's + x2 LRAAM's) specific to the database entry + x38 #1929 70mm HYDRA Rocket + assorted remaining sensors specific to each database entry (All mentioned F-16's/KF-16's)

x2 AAM's specific to the database entry + x56 #1929 70mm HYDRA Rocket + assorted remaining sensors specific to each database entry (All mentioned F-16's/KF-16's)

x2 AAM's specific to the database entry + x57 #1929 70mm HYDRA Rocket + assorted remaining sensors specific to each database entry (All mentioned F-16's/KF-16's)

A clone of loadout #26309, but with only x42 #3540 APKWS (#4690 and #1047 F-16's)

A clone of loadout #26309, but with only x14 #3540 APKWS (#4690 and #1047 F-16's)

F-16 with only four of the LAU-131/A rocket pods loaded, with room for two more (one under each one of that wing's pylon.)


F-16 with only two x7 LAU-131/A pods (right side pod obscured by fuel tank.)


Sources: SIPRI Arms Transfer Database, https://www.militaryfactory.com/aircraft/detail.asp?aircraft_id=1071 , https://www.arnolddefense.com/product/lau-131-a-2/, https://www.gd-ots.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Hydra-70.pdf (Launcher manufacturer), http://www.ordtech-industries.com/2products/Launcher_Rocket275/BROCHURE_LAU-61_LAU-3_ORDTECH.pdf (Launcher manufacturer), https://www.gd-ots.com/missiles-and-rockets/hydra-70-rocket-systems/hydra-70/ (Weapon manufacturer), https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/munitions/hydra-70.htm , and https://fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/equip/lau-hydra-7.htm

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/22/2020 1:23:04 PM   
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quote:

Would it be possible to create a "new" sensor that would have exactly the same name and stats as the current Mk.1 Eyeball

Ok, came up with a possible solution. Creating new building type facilities with an "eyeball" sensor feature would involve making new entries for every non-mobile unit in the database. Not going to do that.

However,based on your request there is a new "sensor" in the database called "Generic Eyeball with Binoculars". This sensor is air, surface and land capable has a 360 degree field of observation and a range of 25 miles. Considering surface coverage I think 25 is more reasonable than the 50 miles for the Mk.1 eyeball.

The sensor allows for IFF (identification friend or foe), class classification and continuous visual tracking.
To add it to a facility like a building select the "sensor" option on the "Unit Status" panel. Add the bottom of the popup screen is the option to "Add Sensor" where you can add the new "Generic Eyeball with Binoculars".

Unfortunately this new feature will not appear in the next DB3K release but will appear in the following update.

Hope you can use this.



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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/22/2020 2:14:20 PM   
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Ok, came up with a possible solution. Creating new building type facilities with an "eyeball" sensor feature would involve making new entries for every non-mobile unit in the database. Not going to do that.

However,based on your request there is a new "sensor" in the database called "Generic Eyeball with Binoculars". This sensor is air, surface and land capable has a 360 degree field of observation and a range of 25 miles. Considering surface coverage I think 25 is more reasonable than the 50 miles for the Mk.1 eyeball.

The sensor allows for IFF (identification friend or foe), class classification and continuous visual tracking.
To add it to a facility like a building select the "sensor" option on the "Unit Status" panel. Add the bottom of the popup screen is the option to "Add Sensor" where you can add the new "Generic Eyeball with Binoculars".

Unfortunately this new feature will not appear in the next DB3K release but will appear in the following update.

Hope you can use this.


Stilesw: That is probably a better choice. IMHO, just because every facility has people with eyeballs, doesn't mean that they have the training, motivation and communications facilities to timely and accurately report what they are seeing to the appropriate command element. By making this an optional sensor, you can create such facilities as a WWII era Observation Corps site, while not having every church, power plant, and tunnel giving timely reports of a B-52 heading to the NW at 50,000 feet

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/22/2020 5:47:03 PM   
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quote:

The F-15CX (4791) and F-15EX (4771) should have an AN/APG-82 instead of the AN/APG-63(V)3.
https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/defense/2019-06-19/f-15ex-eagle-renaissance
https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/aviation/a22563768/super-eagle-f-15x/
Could the AIM-260 JATM be added to these platforms too as they will replace the AIM-120?

Will,

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/23/2020 12:06:26 AM   
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Thanks for the work on making a tenable solution, but just to be clear is this going to only be an optional sensor that one must always add manually to a unit or will it also be added to the default sensor listing for database entries where they're erroneously missing some form of human based vision (but don't get the Mk.1 Eyeball by default due to them not being a mobile unit, such as manned observation structures, human operated sensors, or entire population centers?)

I only ask because it'd save a lot of work for scenario designers to not have to: first identify structures erroneously missing a pair of eyes, and then go through and add said sensor to every affected unit in every scenario rather than it just being corrected automatically by using the latest database. Especially since the edge cases of a unit in a scenario making sense to NOT have a pair of eyes is very slim and easily implementable by simply removing the sensor, compared to the very large number of scenarios that benefit from the added realism of manned structures also being able to use their personnel's visual organs.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/23/2020 5:22:59 AM   
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The Japanese #345 F-15J and #3384 F-15DJ are missing the "Helmet-Mounted-Sight" property. As apart of receiving the AAM-5 missile, a HMD was included in their upgrades package to facilitate off-boresight shots with the missile.

F-15J pilot with HMD




Sources: https://www.mod.go.jp/e/publ/w_paper/pdf/2009/24Part2_Chapter2_Sec4.pdf , https://thaimilitaryandasianregion.wordpress.com/2017/02/05/mitsubishi-f-15j-japan/ , and https://weaponsystems.net/system/217-Mitsubishi+AAM-5

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/23/2020 1:58:09 PM   
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quote:

but just to be clear is this going to only be an optional sensor that one must always add manually to a unit

Yes, completely optional not a default. The scenario designer will have to add it to a facility just as any facility could be modified to have any new sensor. Assigning this sensor as the default to units in the database would involve creating many alternate units [i.e. "Building(Small) - Generic" would have to have a "Building(Small with Observer) - Generic" clone]. This would result in a lot of unnecessary entries when it makes more sense to leave the default as "no eyeball" and up to the designer to add the sensor if he or she wishes.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/23/2020 4:30:02 PM   
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Great database update, thanks!!

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/23/2020 5:48:29 PM   
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Complete listing of DB3K items can be found here: http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/fb.asp?m=4754318

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/23/2020 7:06:10 PM   
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Much obliged ref DB3K 481 additions.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/23/2020 8:30:45 PM   
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Added Sukhoi S-70 UCAV with AA and AS (navel & land) loadouts.

Just checked its specs.

Its RCS is 45833 times greater than RCS of X-47B. Really?!
Engine: 2x AL-41FM1 Turbofan. Seriously, 2x?!

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/23/2020 11:02:35 PM   
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Thank you so much for db update today.

Found one error will looking. Facility 3237 Talash seems to have SA-2 Site mounts, sensors and magazines.

Hope know I appreciate big effort you make every update and no expect perfection. You give alot so no worries on this.

Thank!

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/23/2020 11:56:25 PM   
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OK, that's understandable under that context however when I said "by default" I meant only adding the sensor onto the entries for the affected units I mentioned, not to literally make it the new Mk.1 Eyeball. Those units I mentioned have other sensors/weapons that require a trained human to operate (such as a spotlight or weapon) or require a human manning the structure to fulfill it's purpose (eg. a watch tower or guard post.)

For example, here's an entry that both: relies on a human to fulfill its purpose and has a human operated sensor and weapon (yet no eyes to operate said equipment.)


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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/24/2020 9:52:35 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Dimitris

IIRC the designation was re-used for the Kh-50 tactical cruise missile, which has supposedly entered LRIP.

If you have updated / more precise information please share it on the DB3K thread. Thanks!

https://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=4754250#

TBH, i never met such an info about Kh-50 re-designation in to Kh-65.


Kh-65 is just an old conventional derivative of Kh-55.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/24/2020 8:07:00 PM   
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Thank you for adding the #3186 Gabriel V for the Finnish Hamina-class FAC. There seems however to be some wrong info on both the loadout (which seems to be a direct copy of the Israeli Sa'ar 72).

The loadout should, according to open sources, be:

Sensors/EW
1 x Kongsberg ST2400 VDS
1 x CEROS 200 Tracker (9LV CMS Mk.4), like on the RCN Halifax-class #1898
1 x TRS-3D Baseline D

-4 x Gabriel V (which also should have 200+ NM range, not 28 NM, even if there is not very much open source info about that)
-BAe Bofors 40 mm Mk 4 with 3P-ammo
-2 x Tp451 (#1595), to be upgraded to the SAAB Lightweight Torpedo (Tp 47) by 2023
-8 x Umkhonto Mk.2 (#2770)
-SAAB Trackfire RWS with 40 mm HK GMG
-2 x 12,7/50 MG
-2 x MASS


Not allowed to post links, but add world wide web at the start:
navalnews. com/naval-news/2019/12/finnish-navy-lifts-veil-on-its-future-anti-ship-missile-the-gabriel-v/
baesystems. com/en/product/40mk4-naval-gun
kongsberg. com/maritime/about-us/news-and-media/news-archive/2018/finnish-defence-forces-choose-kongsberg-naval-sonars-for-sq2000-mid-life/

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/24/2020 8:54:35 PM   
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I took the liberty of attaching a link ref Gabriel V.
The fact it won in competitions against big hitters like the NSM and RBS-15 Mk3 both of which are 200km class weapons with land attack potential is a good indicator that Gabriel V is in the same ballpark.
Cheers for considering
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https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2019/12/finnish-navy-lifts-veil-on-its-future-anti-ship-missile-the-gabriel-vquote]
ORIGINAL: Anzu

Thank you for adding the #3186 Gabriel V for the Finnish Hamina-class FAC. There seems however to be some wrong info on both the loadout (which seems to be a direct copy of the Israeli Sa'ar 72).

The loadout should, according to open sources, be:

Sensors/EW
1 x Kongsberg ST2400 VDS
1 x CEROS 200 Tracker (9LV CMS Mk.4), like on the RCN Halifax-class #1898
1 x TRS-3D Baseline D

-4 x Gabriel V (which also should have 200+ NM (More likely 200km?)range, not 28 NM, even if there is not very much open source info about that)
https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2019/12/finnish-navy-lifts-veil-on-its-future-anti-ship-missile-the-gabriel-v
-BAe Bofors 40 mm Mk 4 with 3P-ammo
-2 x Tp451 (#1595), to be upgraded to the SAAB Lightweight Torpedo (Tp 47) by 2023
-8 x Umkhonto Mk.2 (#2770)
-SAAB Trackfire RWS with 40 mm HK GMG
-2 x 12,7/50 MG
-2 x MASS


Not allowed to post links, but add world wide web at the start:
navalnews. com/naval-news/2019/12/finnish-navy-lifts-veil-on-its-future-anti-ship-missile-the-gabriel-v/
baesystems. com/en/product/40mk4-naval-gun
kongsberg. com/maritime/about-us/news-and-media/news-archive/2018/finnish-defence-forces-choose-kongsberg-naval-sonars-for-sq2000-mid-life/
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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/24/2020 11:57:53 PM   
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The SM-6 ERAM Blk 1A The surface attack capable version is no longer available with any loadout in the database,

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/25/2020 12:25:53 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Tookatee

The Japanese #345 F-15J, #3384 F-15DJ, #3378 F-2B, and #346 F-2A are missing the "Helmet-Mounted-Sight" property. As apart of receiving the AAM-5 missile, an HMD was included in their upgrades package to facilitate off-boresight shots with the missile.

F-15J pilot with HMD




Sources: https://www.mod.go.jp/e/publ/w_paper/pdf/2009/24Part2_Chapter2_Sec4.pdf , https://thaimilitaryandasianregion.wordpress.com/2017/02/05/mitsubishi-f-15j-japan/ , and https://weaponsystems.net/system/217-Mitsubishi+AAM-5


no reference reports that F-2A/B have HMD. They don't even have AAM-5 for Fighter Squadrons, but only for test units.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/25/2020 6:10:56 AM   
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If that is the case then that simply exposes another error in the database as the #3378 F-2B and #346 F-2A have AAM-5 loadouts, thank you for pointing that out.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/25/2020 8:30:31 AM   
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It may have been added in yesterday's update, but if not, please can you add the now in-service Sky Sabre system? (Land Ceptor)

#BlatantWikiCopyIncoming

Land
On the land domain, CAMM is known as Land Ceptor by the British Army and the whole land-based air defence system is known as Sky Sabre.[25] This application has over three-times the range of its predecessor Rapier, it is able to intercept the most challenging targets in all-weather conditions[26]

Current Operators
United Kingdom
Royal Navy - Sea Ceptor was officially declared "In Service" with the Royal Navy in May 2018, and is currently equipped on some of Britain's Type 23 fleet, including HMS Argyll.

Future operators
Brazil
Brazilian Navy - CAMM selected to equip new Tamandaré class frigates.[18]
Brazilian Marine Corps: AV-MMA, a CAMM variant, will equip an anti-aircraft version of the Astros II MLRS.[31]
Chile
Chilean Navy - Selected to replace Sea Wolf on the current Type 23 frigates [32]
Italy
Italian Army - CAMM-ER selected to replace Skyguard (Aspide missiles) batteries with PCMI/X-TAR 3D
Italian Air Force - CAMM-ER selected to replace SPADA (Aspide missiles) batteries with MAADS/Kronos LND
Italian Navy - CAMM-ER to replace Aster 15 missiles.
New Zealand
Royal New Zealand Navy - Selected for ANZAC frigate upgrade.[16]

United Kingdom
British Army - Sky Sabre selected to replace Rapier.[33]
Royal Navy - Sea Ceptor selected to replace Sea Wolf on the current Type 23 frigates and fitted to the Type 26 frigates entering service from 2026.[34][35]


https://des.mod.uk/british-army-land-ceptor-firings/

https://www.mbda-systems.com/press-releases/final-configuration-british-army-land-ceptor-unveiled/

https://www.mbda-systems.com/product/camm/


Note the ER variant below. Not sure of the service state of this / perhaps it's a hypothetical version. As I'm sure it will end up being standard if it offers greater range


https://www.mbda-systems.com/product/camm-er/

Thanks Chaps :-)

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/25/2020 2:08:26 PM   
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Is it possible to add the Indian Astra missile as a future weapon? Both the current and Mk2 version please.

It currently has a range of 80–110 km (50–68 mi) and has been tested on the Su-30MKI

It has midcourse guidance and RF seeker based terminal guidance which allows the missile to destroy targets with greater accuracy.

The Mk2 version will have an estimated range of 160km.

Sadly won't let me post links. I can provide if required

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/25/2020 5:55:10 PM   
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Hellos

Please adds Mig-21MF Bangladesh (1973-1990) whenever you feel like.

Tweet with pictures (2 Good)

https://twitter.com/StefanKnippsch3/status/1219750504173133829

Sipri data say 14 second hand Mig-21MF delivered from USSR in 1973. Got AA-2 Missile as well (probablies standard MIG-21 loadouts).

Out of service by 1990 when replaced by F-7's.

http://www.mig-21.de/english/inservice.htm#bangladesh

Thank you Waynes!

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 1/25/2020 6:09:53 PM   
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Turkish ASELPOD in service

Ok look like ASELAN build ASELPOD to replace US imaging pods on F-16's and F-4. Pakistan buy too for JF-17.

Aselan page Aselpod

https://www.aselsan.com.tr/en/capabilities/electro-optic-systems/air-platforms/aselpod-advanced-targeting-pod-electrooptical-reconnaissance-surveillance-and-targeting-system

Aselan data sheet

https://aselsan.com.tr/ASELPOD_Advanced_Targeting_Pod_3281.pdf

Movie with IOC

http://www.f-16.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=28342

https://www.janes.com/article/81080/precision-targeting-es18d5

https://sadfor.savtera.org/index.php?topic=1185.0

Pakistans data

https://quwa.org/2016/06/23/aselsan-selling-16-aselpod-targeting-pods-pakistan/

Picture on JF-17

https://twitter.com/RupprechtDeino/status/1219310791771533317

Thank!

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 1/25/2020 6:27:28 PM   
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Pohang Export

Ok South Korea Export Po-hang corvettes all over place after retires

Add BRP Conrado Yap (PS-39)Phillipine Navy. Ex PCC-762 Chunju #141 in DB IOC 2019

https://www.janes.com/article/90598/philippine-navy-welcomes-po-hang-class-corvette-home

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

Add HQ-18, HQ-20 Vietnam IOC 2019 Ex. PCC-761 and PCC-765 #141 in DB.

At least HQ-20 now have 2 quad mount SS-N-25 missiles installed.

https://defense-studies.blogspot.com/2019/11/vietnam-successfully-integrated-kh-35.html

https://i.redd.it/nkgiqd9xusw31.jpg

Egyptian Navy got one too. ENS Shbab Misr 2018. #141 in DB. Hull number is 1000

https://navaltoday.com/2017/10/26/egyptian-navy-receives-pohang-class-corvette-as-gift-from-south-korea/
https://www.indiannavy.nic.in/content/visit-egyptian-navy-ship-kochi

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Hi. Just to add to this. Here is picture of Vietnamese HQ-20. Note 2 Quad SS-N-25 Odd they like red decks still.

https://twitter.com/AnnQuann/status/1221138728002809856

https://twitter.com/AnnQuann/status/1220390939656515584

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 1/25/2020 6:40:06 PM   
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Vietnamese Navy Kilo Update (#518)

Look like Kilo use Test-71 Torpedo vs. 53-65 currently in loadout

https://twitter.com/AnnQuann/status/1218958353587568640

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 1/25/2020 6:50:32 PM   
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Some more updates to the Finnish OOB (I still do not have link posting rights, but if needed, ask and I will direct you to the info):

1. The Finnish NH90 Helicopters (aircraft 2354) use the 7.62 mm M134D Minigun (weapon 1807) as a door gun. The shooter also has got night vision goggles.


2. Since a few years back the three Finnish Learjet 35A/S (aircraft 2168) are equipped for maritime surveillance, with:
-1 x Galileo Seaspray 5000E AESA 360 degree maritime surveillance radar. Also purchased for Australian CL-604 Challenger
-2 x Vinten 95 oblique photography cameras
-1 x Vertical survey camera
-Radar Warning and ECM/ELINT equipment
-Vertical IR scanner

In addition the picture in the current database is of a Royal Danish Air force F-16.


3. Would it be possible to add the air craft of the Finnish Border Guards to the database? In war time they are subordinated to the military and also in peace time exercise with the Army and Navy.

The equpment consist of:

2 x Dornier 228 (used ingame by Thailand as aircraft 2131, but with slightly different equipment)
-Galileo Seaspray 5000E AESA 360 degree maritime surveillance radar. Also purchased for Australian CL-604 Challenger
-Star Safire III (sensor 4958) EO/IR with laser illuminator
-SLAR
-IR/UV Scanner
-Sat
-Video camera

4 x Augusta Bell 412 (more or less the same setup as the Indonesian #4094)
-Generic weather radar
-FLIR
-Night vision goggles

5 x Super Puma H215 (the same air frame as Swedish Navy #4523)
-Generic surface search radar updated 2016
-FLIR
-Night vision goggles

4 x Agusta Westland AW119 Ke Koala (which does not seem to be included in the database at all)
-Night vision goggles

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