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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 6/29/2020 6:19:50 PM   
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Was just doing the Cargo tutorial and noted that the LCAC and LCM for that matter have a mass cargo capacity of .07tons the LCAC should be able to land M1 Abrams tanks that are on the mothership as well as the MLRS and howitzers however none of them load I believe because of the mass cargo value above I briefly looked at other landing craft and they all seem to have this issue.

Also can the LCAC-100 ship to shore connector be added 73 ton mass capacity. 300 mile range

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 6/30/2020 9:20:59 PM   
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Hello,

#1030 TMV-004 Caiman OECM Pod is listed as OECM in title, but is functionally DECM.


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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/2/2020 10:31:27 PM   
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I don't have a lot to go on with this but its been mentioned that the F-117A was deployed to the middle east in 2017 to participate in OIR, possibly armed with the GBU-39 SDB.
https://theaviationgeekclub.com/one-of-the-f-117s-secretly-deployed-to-the-middle-east-to-take-part-in-oir-made-emergency-landing-in-kuwait-scramble-magazine-says/

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/3/2020 2:34:46 PM   
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Hi,
I have one thing to report.
1, Based on the Sky Bow 3 missile manufacturer's description (The system is designed to engage different threats, including: aircrafts, cruise missiles, anti-radiation missiles, and short range tactical missiles.), I think the target altitude for the Sky Bow 3 missile is a mistake (from 30km ASL to 25km AGL ) .
And there is an upgrade program called "強弓專案", the purpose of this program is developing the Taiwan version of THAAD which could intercept targets above an altitude of 45 km, even to 70km.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/4/2020 1:48:44 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Fox13

I was going to add some resources but sadly, I'm not allowed to post links and attachment rn.


Posting Resources for Fox13:


okay here is the stuff about the DEWS:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqkTYP4yAr0&t=2s
https://www.baesystems.com/en-us/product/digital-electronic-warfare-system-dews
And you can find downloadable PDF File.


about the K30 Biho and its missiles, and M-SAM here is a lot of pictures can provide precise data about them

https://trishul5.rssing.com/chan-32517095/all_p1.html

and finally a resource about AN/ALR-56(v)
https://www.baesystems.com/en-us/download-en-us/20200428193032/1434554723415.pdf

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/4/2020 7:54:48 AM   
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Hi,

Is it possible to add "legion pod" for USAF's f-16 and f-15c?

Thanks in advance

https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/news/features/2017/irst-legacy.html
https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/products/legion-pod.html
https://news.lockheedmartin.com/2017-09-19-Lockheed-Martins-Legion-Pod-Wins-F-15C-IRST-Competition?_ga=2.183113062.1957583592.1593848121-1865488452.1593848121


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RE: 5 Sats with wrong broken orbits. - 7/4/2020 9:54:21 AM   
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The Orbits for the following seem wrong\broke, and result is an object that seems to circumnavigate the world every 1/2 second or otherwise jump\flash every second. Additionally TJS 4b doesn't exist as a sat it's a rocket booster in real life, suggest replacing it's entry with that tjs-5 not in DB v483 yet.
TJS 1
TJS 2
TJS 3
TJS 4a
TJS 4b
Gaofen 4

Applying the following manual TLE's corrects the issue(s), and puts them in their seemly correct geostationary orbits.
TJS - AKM while functional as is and Geo-stationary it's in the wrong place right now, nw of south america, the correct geo orbit TLE has been provided which puts it parked off Africa over the Indian ocean.

DataSatelliteOrbit Table.
ID: 142
componentnum\orbitindex: 1
Missionid: 2015-046A
MissionName: TJS-1
Correct TLE:
TJS-1
1 40892U 15046A 20185.88519191 -.00000166 00000-0 10000-3 0 9995
2 40892 0.0364 100.5982 0002059 282.2608 13.1221 1.00269422 17753

ID: 142
componentnum\orbitindex: 2
Missionid: 2017-001A
MissionName: TJS-2
Correct TLE:
TJS-2
1 41911U 17001A 20185.89766385 -.00000352 00000-0 00000-0 0 9994
2 41911 0.1495 96.8346 0007102 285.0331 331.1710 1.00272226 12927


ID: 142
componentnum\orbitindex: 3
Missionid: 2018-110C
MissionName: TJS-3 AKM
Correct TLE:
TJS-3 AKM
1 43917U 18110C 20185.90180894 .00000048 00000-0 00000-0 0 9992
2 43917 0.0638 254.3086 0002629 221.4548 190.3480 1.00267725 5556


ID: 142
componentnum\orbitindex: 4
Missionid: 2018-110A
MissionName: TJS-3
Correct TLE:
TJS-3
1 43874U 18110A 20185.88435807 -.00000006 00000-0 00000-0 0 9993
2 43874 0.1005 261.8248 0006024 267.8989 244.0085 1.00273055 5614


ID: 142
componentnum\orbitindex: 5
Missionid: " 2019-070A" (remove leading spaces)
MissionName: TJS-4B (this should read TJS-4, there is no B... 2019-070B is a rocket booster)
Correct TLE:
TJS-4
1 44637U 19070A 20185.90319779 -.00000178 00000-0 00000-0 0 9999
2 44637 0.0719 105.9927 0002282 332.9481 252.0196 1.00270723 2762

ID: 142
componentnum\orbitindex: 6
Missionid: 2019-070B (2019-070B is rocket booster so this really should not exist best solution.. change to TJS-5 aka 2020-002A)
MissionName: TJS-4B ( Change to TJS-5 )
Correct TLE:
TJS-5
1 44978U 20002A 20185.97180131 .00000034 00000-0 00000+0 0 9998
2 44978 0.6107 281.6521 0002044 227.0508 302.0602 1.00270158 1904


ID: 128
componentnum\orbitindex: 6
Missionid: 2015-083A
MissionName: Gaofen 4
Correct TLE:
GAOFEN 4
1 41194U 15083A 20185.23478118 -.00000342 00000-0 00000+0 0 9995
2 41194 0.0273 86.6413 0003982 80.6577 304.6012 1.00268641 16681

public TLE's obtained from celestrak http://celestrak.com/satcat/search.php
applied ingame during testing using unit:updateorbit() along with the properly formatted and escaped TLE.




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RE: LUCH\Olymp-K sat incorrect location - 7/4/2020 11:40:58 AM   
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Sat location update is needed on two more.

ID: 146
componentnum\orbitindex: 1
Missionid: 2014-058A
MissionName: Olymp-K (This should probably read LUCH (OLYMP) but whatever)
Correct TLE:
LUCH (OLYMP)
1 40258U 14058A 20185.73672064 -.00000020 00000-0 00000-0 0 9991
2 40258 0.0256 34.1425 0001060 92.1055 60.0976 1.00272426 21131

Presently in geo off the pacific side of S.America, Corrected location is Atlantic off the coast of central Africa.
ref: https://www.n2yo.com/satellite/?s=40258


ID: 28
componentnum\orbitindex: 1
Missionid: 38101 (norad# is used, most others use intl id, if wanted: 2012-012A)
MissionName: COSMOS 2479
Correct TLE:
COSMOS 2479
1 38101U 12012A 20185.76257670 -.00000263 +00000-0 +00000-0 0 9997
2 38101 003.8848 071.9271 0006502 276.0792 130.7534 01.00383801030278

Currently it's in geo over the south china sea area, this updates it to correct location, northern part of South America.
ref: https://www.n2yo.com/satellite/?s=38101

edit: added refs



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RE: LUCH\Olymp-K sat incorrect location - 7/4/2020 2:40:32 PM   
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Hellos

Please add Mexican Navy Amphibs when have times.

L 402 Manzanillo (ex US LST 602-Chelan County Class) IOC 1972-Current
Chelan County class in db as #1614 or #1242 so can copy

https://twitter.com/MikiAV8BHarrier/status/1278694144400130049/photo/2

Just looking it looks like South Korea (already in dbs), Thailand (already in dbs) Indonesia (LST-511 Teluk Bone 1970-2019 x4), Vietnam, Taiwan (LST-223 Chung Fu 1958-1997), Turkey (A-580 SANLAKTAR 1972 x2) and Phillipines (BRP Sierra Madre 1975-1999-Now a beached base, 2 now beached hulks-bases) use these ships too.

https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/ship/lst-542-unit.htm

BAL01 Montes Azules (2011-present, x2)
https://twitter.com/MikiAV8BHarrier/status/1278694144400130049/photo/3

Stats:
https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARM_Montez_Azules_(BAL-01)






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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/4/2020 3:20:59 PM   
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F-15C Eagle - 2018, AN/APG-70
Haven't checked F16 but the above entry has the -ARS-34 Legion Pod from DB477 onward?
Are you sure it's not already available?
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ORIGINAL: anlgzl

Hi,

Is it possible to add "legion pod" for USAF's f-16 and f-15c?

Thanks in advance

https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/news/features/2017/irst-legacy.html
https://www.lockheedmartin.com/en-us/products/legion-pod.html
https://news.lockheedmartin.com/2017-09-19-Lockheed-Martins-Legion-Pod-Wins-F-15C-IRST-Competition?_ga=2.183113062.1957583592.1593848121-1865488452.1593848121




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RE: LUCH\Olymp-K sat incorrect location - 7/4/2020 3:36:24 PM   
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Hello

Please add YLC-6M Radars to Egypt (2014), Bangladesh (2015) and Pakistan (x10 in 2005 per Sipri). China version exists in db as #2461 (YLC-6 is static version, and YLC-6M is mobile version). IOC 2011

http://www.ausairpower.net/APA-PLA-IADS-Radars.html#mozTocId672911

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YLC-6_Radar

Egypt system

https://twitter.com/mahmouedgamal44/status/1013077672967196673/photo/2

Bangladesh

https://www.thedailystar.net/city/president-inducts-air-defence-radar-coxs-bazar-unit-171097


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RE: LUCH\Olymp-K sat incorrect location - 7/4/2020 3:50:56 PM   
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Hello

Please add Egyptian Crotale 1983 1 battery. Like #1838

Sipri- Egypt buy 4 in 1982-83 and 250 missile

https://twitter.com/mahmouedgamal44/status/1013064665499340801/photo/1

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RE: LUCH\Olymp-K sat incorrect location - 7/4/2020 4:06:41 PM   
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Please add Rezonans-N systems

Russians use Rezonans-N, Algeria and Egypt use Rezonans-NE

Russia (2014)
https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/rezonans-ne-protivnik-ge-3d-radars-in-egypt.671090/
https://www.ausairpower.net/APA-Rus-Low-Band-Radars.html#mozTocId352162
https://www.russiadefence.net/t2547p475-russian-radar-systems
https://missilethreat.csis.org/russia-builds-arctic-missile-defense-radar/
https://www.ruaviation.com/news/2020/2/26/14745/?h
https://uawire.org/russia-deploys-third-rezonans-n-radar-to-monitor-arctic

Egypt (2020)
https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/egypt/adf.htm
Algeria (2019)
https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/algeria-operates-rezonans-ne-radar.551802/
https://www.weaponews.com/news/65355404-the-russian-complex-resonance-ne-in-egypt-covers-israel-radar-cap.html

Thank!


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RE: LUCH\Olymp-K sat incorrect location - 7/5/2020 12:58:08 AM   
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A little correction about Italian's MQ-9 Reaper UAVs, U.S. government approves Italy's request to arm its drones (in 2015)
so we can use AGM-114R2 Hellfire II missiles,GBU-12 and GBU-38 (in the db italian's MQ-9 reaper are signed as Unarmed).
Article title from Defence News:"Italy Wins US State Dept. OK To Arm Its Reapers"(cannot post link)

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RE: LUCH\Olymp-K sat incorrect location - 7/5/2020 2:24:28 AM   
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A correction about DEWS System, it's considered as Early 2000s Technology, and I don't think it's accurate information. Because the first time that DEWS system has been announced is in 2009 as EW Suit for the F-15SE ( Silent Eagle), but the program has been cancelled, but the first contract for the system was in 2012 for the benefit of the F-15SA, and then there was a series of flight test. I'm not sure but I think the flight tests of the fighter finished in 2015/2016.

To further information just search for " BAE Systems to Upgrade EW Capabilities On Saudi Fighter Jets "

Another point I just hope if you can check it, the EPAWSS has Offensive Jamming Capability, but DEWS is just Defensive system, according to the DB.

The bottom line is Boeing has used the United States Air Force document which calls " Eagle Passive/Active Warning Survivability System(EPAWSS) " they used it in drawing up their requirements for DEWS.

And I quote

" DEWS also meets or exceeds the requirements identified by the U.S. Air Force for a future EW system for its F-15s, says Ron Martinez, Boeing’s chief scientist for airborne electronic attack and EW development on the F-15 and F/A-18. Boeing used the Air Force’s capability
development document for the Eagle Passive and Active Warning and Survivability System in drawing up its requirements for DEWS "



Unfortunately, I can't add links.

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RE: LUCH\Olymp-K sat incorrect location - 7/5/2020 12:27:14 PM   
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DB v480
Weapon #2585 - SA-23b Giant [9M82M]

Max target speed is set at 6500kts, approx. 3,3 km/s. This is correct for the older 9M82 but the upgraded 9M82M was designed for interceptions of targets going at speeds up to 4,5 km/s, or 7800kts. Other sources quote a 4,7km/s treshold.



From Asia's new SAMs, by Carlo Kopp.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/6/2020 6:36:22 AM   
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Egyptian F-16's Block-52 can also be equipped with conformal fuel tanks.
#3721 - F-16DJ Blke 52 Falcon (Egypt -2015)
I have proof of only the F-16D but this will probably also account for the:
#3720 - F-16CJ Blk 52 Falcon )Egypt - 2015)
https://twitter.com/mahmouedgamal44/status/1013084783847632897/photo/4

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/7/2020 3:08:14 AM   
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#1529 - F.50 Maritime Enforce Mk 2 (Singapore - 1995)
^capable of carrying the AGM-84 Harpoon AsHM or A244/S torpedo.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/121_Squadron,_Republic_of_Singapore_Air_Force
https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/7188286


#2925 - F-15SG Eagle (Singapore - 2010)
^ AGM-154A-1 and AGM-154C JSOW glide bombs and AIM-120C-7 AAMs should be added to the load out or a newer version with these weapons created.
http://www.defense-aerospace.com/articles-view/release/3/68020/turkey-buys-jsow%3B-is-first-export-customer-%28apr-7%29.html
https://www.dsca.mil/major-arms-sales/singapore-aim-120c7-amraam-and-related-support

#1705 - F-16A Falcon [Peace Carvin I] (Singapore 2004)
^ also carried AGM-65D Maverick

#3433 - F-16B Flacon [Peace Carvin I] (Singapore 2004)
^also carried AGM-65D Maverick

All Singapore F-16 Block 52 variants should be able to carry the AGM-65D and AGM-65G version in addition / in place of the AGM-65B.

Also Singapore operates AS-332M Super Puma helicopters which seem to be missing from the DB.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/7/2020 7:01:53 AM   
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The Israeli Sa'ar 5 corvettes still have the EL/M-2258 Alpha radar in the database.
This is replaced by the EL/M-2248 M-STAR AESA radar.
Ship in database: #2497 - 501 Eilat [Saar 5] - 2014, Barak 8

Description
The MF-STAR (EL/M-2248) is a multi-function solid-state active phased array radar system for the new generation of naval platforms. The radar system delivers high quality situation picture and weapon support, under severe target/ environmental conditions in the current and future naval arena.

Incorporating advanced technology and robust system architecture, the MF-STAR employs multi-beam and pulse Doppler techniques as-well-as robust ECCM techniques to extract low RCS targets from complex clutter and jamming environments.

The MF-STAR antenna includes 4 active arrays in S-band frequency. The hardware architecture and technology ensure high system availability, low maintenance and low life cycle cost.

Automatic track initiation:
- Low flying attacking missile >25 km
- High flying fighter aircraft >250 km

Sources:
https://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/year-2014-news/september-2014-navy-naval-forces-maritime-industry-technology-security-global-news/2006-israeli-navy-saar-5-class-corvettes-fitted-with-iai-elm-2248-mf-star-multifunction-aesa-radar.html

https://defense-update.com/20170515_alpha-2.html

Difference between the older and newer variants:
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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/7/2020 7:13:03 AM   
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Israeli Sa'ar-6 corvettes are performing sea trials. Delivery 3rd quarter of 2020.
I cannot find the exact planned year to be operational, but expect in 2021-2022.

https://twitter.com/AuroraIntel/status/1276160802077265920
https://raport-online.com/korvete-klase-sa-ar-6/
https://www.navalanalyses.com/2019/08/infographics-43-future-surface.html

Could you add these three Corvettes please?
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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/7/2020 7:53:09 AM   
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#2498 - 340 Hetz [Saar 4.5. Nirit Upgrade] (Israel - 207)

The types of decoys named in this message is more expanded than now present in the database.
Unfortunately I have only one source. So decide for yourself to incorporate it or not.

Message:
The #IDF Sa'ar 4.5 class FACM are protected by 140 decoys of 6 different types that are launched from 3 different decoy launchers!
https://twitter.com/D__Mitch/status/854028473882562560/photo/1
[image][/image]

Now present is only one type (BT-4) of short range chaff, and flares & wizzard floating decoys.

Extra mentioned in article are:
medium (MRCR) & long-range (LRCR) chaff and acoustic decoys.

Lescut acousitc decoys:
http://www.ultra-3pi.com/images/pdf/lescut.pdf

BT-4 chaff is short range for 8-10GHz
https://books.google.nl/books?id=Y8kePYFK1L8C&pg=PA90&lpg=PA90&dq=navy+BT-4+decoy&source=bl&ots=hPIaxHvbt9&sig=ACfU3U3MvMGHH1CiAl0XXbCg2AGVi6O52Q&hl=en&sa=X&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=navy%20BT-4%20decoy&f=false

MIRCR decoys (Medium-Range Chaff Rocket) - no data on ranges
LRCR (Long-range Chaff Rocket) - no data on ranges

If 140 is the total amount of decoys, you have to use creative math to distribute all ?







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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/7/2020 11:35:40 AM   
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Once you start, you find more.. so I have an additional subject about the TALD decoys:

#1865 - ADM-141A TALD [Active RF]
#625 - ADM-141B TALD [chaff]
#881 - ADM-141C ITALD [Active RF]

In the database, only the USA is a user and especifically the US Navy.
The ADM-141B even has no default weapon carrier platforms?

To add a user platform:
#9 - S-3B Viking (United States - 1990) is also capable of launching ADM-141 TALD from its TER pylons during Desert Storm:
https://twitter.com/AncientSubHunt/status/954007508020064256
Photo included in the tweet.

The International Electronic Countermeasures Handbook (google books) on page 61 states the US and Israel as users.
http://www.deagel.com/Protection-Systems/ITALD_a001044002.aspx mentions the F-16I Soufa as platform.
The Israel's Defense Directory 2013 gives it the name ATALD on page 77.

The ITALS has been integrated with tactical aircraft from the Israel Air Force and the US Navy according to http://www.deagel.com/Protection-Systems/ITALD_a001044002.aspx

They even talk about a MSOV in the family.
Description: The MSOV is a standoff air-launched glider dispenser designed to counter SAM sites, airfields, etc. Its modular-warhead can dispense a wide range of submunitions such as anti-tank mines, dual-purpose bomblets, and anti-runaways penetrators. Once released, an INS/GPS guidance system leads the MSOV through its target. The MSOV has been certified for the F-4, F-15 and F-16 aircraft and is currently in service with the Air Force of Israel. The MSOV is the Israeli counterpart to Apache and JSOW glider dispensers.
http://www.deagel.com/Offensive-Weapons/MSOV_a001042001.aspx
https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=82921

IMI's Delilah, MSOV and ITALD (from right to left)






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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/7/2020 12:08:24 PM   
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#2904 - SSM Sec [LORA] (Israel-2008)

The Lora missile in the database has a range of 150Nm / 277 km.
These sources state 90-400 km / 48-216Nm.
The missile uses a jam-resistant GPS-based navigation system aided by an inertial navigation system, delivering hit accuracy less than 10 meters. The missile carries a blast-fragmentation warhead of > 200 kg of weight. (warhead in database is 500kg.)
Quote:
LoRA missiles were publically displayed in Azerbaijan in 2018, where it is operated under the Azeri Missile Troops. Although quoted there is a range of 300 km and accuracy of 20 m. (export specs??).

https://defense-update.com/20200602_lora-3.html
https://jamestown.org/program/azerbaijan-shows-off-polonez-lora-missiles-from-belarus-israel/




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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/7/2020 12:46:27 PM   
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Refuelling options:
#4731 - CH-53 Sea Stallion [Yasur 2000] (Israel-1998) and,
#4732 - CH-53 Sea Stallion [Yasur 2025] (Israel-2010) have refueling probes but are not capable of air-to-air refueling for example with a KC-130.

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I saw a picture of #4731 - CH-53C Sea Stallion [Yasur] (Israel-1969) (the oldest variant) without a refueling probe on:
http://aviadejavu.ru/Site/Arts/Art9022.htm So #4731 is fine.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/7/2020 1:30:23 PM   
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Sorry but after the coffee break, I found a picture with ranges for the decoys on https://www.navalanalyses.com/2017/04/saar-45-hetz-class-fast-attack-craft-of.html Hope it helps.
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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/7/2020 2:08:55 PM   
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I found some useful tech data about:
#2441 - ADM-160B MALD [Active RF] and #2442 - ADM-160C MALD-J [Stand-in OECM]

Especially page 7, 16 and 17 are useful. Please have a look at https://ndiastorage.blob.core.usgovcloudapi.net/ndia/2010/targets/Rutt.pdf

The MALD-J has a Early 1990s ELINT & 1980s Technology OECM. When delivererd between 2012 and 2013 could this tech level be on par with this timeframe?

Also a patform that is not yet in the database is the C-130. In 2011 the USAF performed air-drops.
MCALS has a steel, birdcage-like framework body that can hold as many as eight MALDs. MCALS is loaded on a standard cargo pallet, placed on a transport aircraft, and at a pre-determined altitude rapidly ejects the MALDs, which then initiate a standard wing deployment and engine ignition sequence.
https://raytheon.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=1827
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmG5Q4i5R3s

Other platforms are: In February 2013, Raytheon and General Atomics Aeronautical Systems partnered to integrate MALD into Predator B/MQ-9 Reaper Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA). https://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/miniature-air-launched-decoy-mald-flight-vehicle/

There is also a new variant, the MALD-N derived from the MALD-X program.
Description:
with the ability to accommodate different electronic warfare payloads that are more advanced than those found on MALD-J. What is planned to come out is a networked decoy that can use its adaptive electronic warfare payload to deliver electronic attacks on air defense nodes autonomously or at the direction of operators from a afar in a semi-autonomous fashion.

This advanced MALD derivative will also be able to be re-tasked in real time via an onboard data-link and will capable of low altitude penetration through enemy territory. The data-link is really key here. It totally changes the nature of the MALD mission from a pre-planned route flying decoy to a dynamic player that can be ordered to adapt to a changing electronic order of battle on the fly.
https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/23126/recent-mald-x-advanced-air-launched-decoy-test-is-a-much-bigger-deal-than-it-sounds-like
https://www.janes.com/defence-news/news-detail/953e413c-5add-4fe1-89fa-3ce48d4e282c

The MALD-N is to be carried by the F-35C, F/A-18E/F, F-16 and F-15.
https://www.globaldefensecorp.com/2020/03/12/raytheon-to-manufacture-mald-n-for-the-us-navy/

So now I will stop for a while , I stored this all up..but now it's gone

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/9/2020 2:24:38 AM   
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The weight of Shilka as cargo (dbid 329) is 3000t and consists of 21 crew members. Does that represent a whole unit or is it a mistake to be fixed?
The weight of "Train Car(dbid 2982)" and "Train Engine(dbid 2983)" should be around 100T, instead of 8T. Its area should be comparable of two trucks.

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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/9/2020 9:08:42 PM   
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Tomahawk Blk Va/Vb

https://news.usni.org/2020/01/22/entire-navy-tomahawk-missile-arsenal-will-upgrade-to-block-v

Va - Maritime Strike Tomahawk
Vb - JMEWS Warhead Land attack variant



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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/10/2020 10:36:24 AM   
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The proposed weaponry and design for the U.S. Navy’s Future Frigate


https://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/2020/july/8717-the-proposed-weaponry-and-design-for-the-u-s-navy-s-future-frigate.html


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RE: Stickied thread for minor database issues? - 7/10/2020 11:56:50 PM   
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Could we get an entry for the A-7F Corsair II hypothetical platform please?

See this article from the Drive: https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/34709/flight-tester-explains-how-ya-7f-strikefighter-was-really-a-jet-recycling-program

Doesn't give a lot of specifics but I think using DB 3028 (A-7K LANA) as the base, adding an after burning F100-220 engine, longer range and a few more modern weapons would do it.

Wiki here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vought_YA-7F

https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/threads/vought-ltv-a-7-corsair-ii-projects.11/
https://www.airplanesofthepast.com/a7-corsair.htm

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