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RE: IFV Pandur II 8x8 (Czech variants) - 5/31/2016 8:33:58 PM   
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http://defense-update.com/20160522_gripen_e.html/2

Is it possible to add some new JAS 39E/F loadouts?
4 RB-15 anti ship missiles plus 2x IRIS-T, 2x Meteor & 1x external fuel tank
12 & 16 GBU-39 SDB plus 2x IRIS-T, 2x Meteor & 1x external fuel tank
6 GBU-12 and GBU-49 plus 2x IRIS-T & 1x external fuel tank

For reference se the article above side 2.

Maybe you can add a couple of hypotetical loadouts as well :)
2 Taurus KEPD-350 plus 2x IRIS-T, 2x Meteor & 1x external fuel tank
6 & 12 Brimstone plus 2x IRIS-T, 2x Meteor & 1x external fuel tank
2 & 4 RB-15F Mk3 plus 2x IRIS-T, 2x Meteor & 1x external fuel tank
8, 12 & 16 SDB II

Thanks in advance, you are doing a great job guys.

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RE: IFV Pandur II 8x8 (Czech variants) - 5/31/2016 11:28:27 PM   
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Remember some photos of Gripen E with 3xMeteor in belly mounts.

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RE: New USN frigate: FF 29 - 6/1/2016 2:42:46 PM   
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All LCSs after LCS-17 (commissioning in 2019) will receive a rotating version of the C-band TRS-4D AESA as well as SeaRAM to replace the current Mk.49 RAM launcher on all freedom-class ships after LCS-17.

Found this link in one of my text notes: http://northamerica.airbus-group.com/north-america/usa/Airbus-Defense-and-Space/TRS-4D/Overview.html

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RE: New USN frigate: FF 29 - 6/2/2016 2:54:43 AM   
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Requesting (for a scenario involving a conflict between Indonesia and Australia in 2021)...

Nagabanda-class submarine
Indonesia
Operational dates: 2017-
Pennants: KRI Nagabanda (403); KRI Trisula (404); KRI Nagaransang (405)

As far as I can tell, this is an improved Chang Bogo class. The Chang Bogo is already in the database (#224). The main changes seem to be improved sensors...

"DSME signed a contract with Indonesia on for the supply of three Improved Chang Bogo-class submarines. These submarines will be equipped with Atlas Electronic CSU 90 hull-mounted passive and active search-and-attack sonar and flank sonar arrays, Indra's Pegaso RESM system and Aries low-probability of intercept radar, L-3's MAPPS integrated platform management systems and Sagem's Sigma 40XP inertial navigation systems." --Wikipedia

Thanks for considering this one.

Sources
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chang_Bogo-class_submarine
http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/chang-bogo-class-submarine-south-korea-rokn/
http://www.aseanmildef.com/2016/03/south-korea-unveils-republic-of.html
http://www.mapps.l-3com.com/newsletters/MCN22.pdf
http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1371

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Incheon class frigate batch II launched - 6/2/2016 11:01:14 AM   
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It is batch II frigate and launched today. Ship name is Daegu(FFG-818), It will active in 2017

http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/year-2013-news/october-2013-navy-world-naval-forces-maritime-industry-technology-news/1310--dsme-unveiled-the-ffx-incheon-class-batch-ii-rok-navys-future-multipurpose-frigates-.html
http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/ffx-koreas-new-frigates-05239/
https://rhk111smilitaryandarmspage.wordpress.com/2014/07/27/new-frigate-bidding-candidate-modified-hdf-3000-class/comment-page-1/
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/rok/dw-3000.
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/rok/ffx-specs.htm
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incheon-class_frigate
http://themess.net/forum/military-discussion/151931-dsme-launches-the-lead-ship-of-daegu-class-ffx-ii-frigate

K-VLS SAAM

http://themess.net/forum/military-discussion/82259-lig-nex1-showcases-quadpack-vls-configuration-for-sea-bow-saam-interceptor
http://www.janes.com/article/55433/adex-2015-lig-nex1-says-k-saam-on-track-to-enter-rokn-service-by-2018



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Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/3/2016 2:45:26 AM   
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Another platform for the Indonesian navy...

(Not much is available for this one, but I tried to dig up what I could...maybe there is enough for a "first draft" version of the platform to be included?)

KRI 625 Klewang
Trimaran KCR Fast Missile Patrol Vessel (FMPV)
Indonesia
Service dates: Unclear...possibly 2017- ??? (the first vessel was delivered in 2012, but burned in a fire only about a month later!)
Pennants: None named besides the ill-fated first vessel in the class, but four ships to be delivered (including a replacement for the one that burned)

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Carbon composite construction (stealthy, low radar signature), trimaran wave piercing hull (very stable, I would guess)
Displacement: 219 tons
Length Over All: 63.0 meter
Length of Waterline: 61.0 meter
Beam Overall: 16.0 meter
Water Draft: 1.2 meter
Sprint Speed: 35 knots
Range: 2000+ nm @ 16kts
Fuel Capacity: 50,000 litres
Machinery
4 x MAN Marine Diesels
4 x MJP 550 waterjets
Ships Company: 23
Trainees/Others: 7
» Saab RBS15 Mk3 anti-ship missiles (unclear how many...maybe 4...one source says up to 8 C-705 missiles, but these are smaller than the RBS15)
» BAE Systems Bofors 40Mk4 40mm main gun
» Saab Sea Giraffe LT radar
» Saab CEROS 200 radar and optronic tracking system
» Saab 9LV Combat management system
1 x 11-m RHIB


"The vessel is powered by four MAN V12 diesel engines, driving multiple MJP 550 water jets, located on the three for maximum propulsive thrust and maneuverability. The vessel can develop a ‘sprinting’ maximum speed of 35 knots. Cruising speed is 16 knots and the stated operational range is over 2000 nautical miles....The Klewang is armed with concealed gun turret, missile launchers and small arms posts. Trimarans offer very stable weapons platforms, and can carry various Missile systems; including Type 705 (up to 8), RBS15, Penguin or Exocet, and 40-57mm Naval Guns, or a CIWC (Close In Weapon System). These can be mounted high on the superstructure, giving better range and firing arc. Sensors can also be installed high up without concerns for stability. This first ship will carry a turnkey system delivered by CSOC and CPMIEC China, including rapid fire CIWS, combat control and missile systems. The exact configuration of this system is still classified....Accommodation is provided for a complement of twenty nine (officers and crew) on three internal decks (including bridge and combat control centre), with facilities and equipment also provided for deployment of special forces troops, including an 11m high speed 50 knot RIB, also manufactured and supplied by North Sea Boats." --http://defense-update.com/20120906_kri-klewang-first-stealthy-trimaran-patrol-vessel-for-the-indonesian-navy.html

"The Fast Missile Patrol Vessel (FMPV) employs a modern “Wave Piercing” trimaran design. This allows the vessel to cut-through waves rather than rise up and over them, and the increased beam provides inherent stability. This combination of features reduces both pitching and rolling, creating a stable weapons platform, and enabling the vessel to comfortably and safely maintain higher average speeds in adverse conditions....The FMPV has “Stealth” design characteristics, and incorporate features that minimise detection by reducing Radar, Infra-Red, Acoustic and Magnetic signatures. Stealth properties are further improved as there are no reverse-angle bow overhangs to reflect radar signals, as seen on conventional hull forms. Weaponry, including missiles and naval guns, and the ships 11 m high-speed RHIB, are discreetly concealed or shaped to meld into the superstructure profile." -- http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/year-2012-news/august/581-north-sea-boats-to-launch-new-63m-stealth-fast-missile-patrol-vessel-for-indonesian-navy.html

Sources
http://defense-update.com/20120906_kri-klewang-first-stealthy-trimaran-patrol-vessel-for-the-indonesian-navy.html
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/indonesia/kcr-trimaran.htm
http://www.newshub.co.nz/world/kiwi-codesigned-ship-burns-in-indonesia-2012093013
http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/world-naval-forces/asian-navies-vessels-ships-equipment/indonesia/patrol-vessels/766-trimaran-fmpv-63m-fast-missile-patrol-vessel-stealth-composite-indonesia-indonesian-navy-tni-al-north-sea-boats-pt-lundin-kri-klewang-625-datasheet-pictures-photos-video-specifications.html

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/3/2016 2:48:08 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Mgellis

Another platform for the Indonesian navy...

(Not much is available for this one, but I tried to dig up what I could...maybe there is enough for a "first draft" version of the platform to be included?)

KRI 625 Klewang
Trimaran KCR Fast Missile Patrol Vessel (FMPV)
Indonesia
Service dates: Unclear...possibly 2017- ??? (the first vessel was delivered in 2012, but burned in a fire only about a month later!)
Pennants: None named besides the ill-fated first vessel in the class, but four ships to be delivered (including a replacement for the one that burned)

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Carbon composite construction (stealthy, low radar signature), trimaran wave piercing hull (very stable, I would guess)
Displacement: 219 tons
Length Over All: 63.0 meter
Length of Waterline: 61.0 meter
Beam Overall: 16.0 meter
Water Draft: 1.2 meter
Sprint Speed: 35 knots
Range: 2000+ nm @ 16kts
Fuel Capacity: 50,000 litres
Machinery
4 x MAN Marine Diesels
4 x MJP 550 waterjets
Ships Company: 23
Trainees/Others: 7
» Saab RBS15 Mk3 anti-ship missiles (or
» BAE Systems Bofors 40Mk4 40mm main gun
» Saab Sea Giraffe LT radar
» Saab CEROS 200 radar and optronic tracking system
» Saab 9LV Combat management system
1 x 11-m RHIB


"The vessel is powered by four MAN V12 diesel engines, driving multiple MJP 550 water jets, located on the three for maximum propulsive thrust and maneuverability. The vessel can develop a ‘sprinting’ maximum speed of 35 knots. Cruising speed is 16 knots and the stated operational range is over 2000 nautical miles....The Klewang is armed with concealed gun turret, missile launchers and small arms posts. Trimarans offer very stable weapons platforms, and can carry various Missile systems; including Type 705 (up to 8), RBS15, Penguin or Exocet, and 40-57mm Naval Guns, or a CIWC (Close In Weapon System). These can be mounted high on the superstructure, giving better range and firing arc. Sensors can also be installed high up without concerns for stability. This first ship will carry a turnkey system delivered by CSOC and CPMIEC China, including rapid fire CIWS, combat control and missile systems. The exact configuration of this system is still classified....Accommodation is provided for a complement of twenty nine (officers and crew) on three internal decks (including bridge and combat control centre), with facilities and equipment also provided for deployment of special forces troops, including an 11m high speed 50 knot RIB, also manufactured and supplied by North Sea Boats." --http://defense-update.com/20120906_kri-klewang-first-stealthy-trimaran-patrol-vessel-for-the-indonesian-navy.html

"The Fast Missile Patrol Vessel (FMPV) employs a modern “Wave Piercing” trimaran design. This allows the vessel to cut-through waves rather than rise up and over them, and the increased beam provides inherent stability. This combination of features reduces both pitching and rolling, creating a stable weapons platform, and enabling the vessel to comfortably and safely maintain higher average speeds in adverse conditions....The FMPV has “Stealth” design characteristics, and incorporate features that minimise detection by reducing Radar, Infra-Red, Acoustic and Magnetic signatures. Stealth properties are further improved as there are no reverse-angle bow overhangs to reflect radar signals, as seen on conventional hull forms. Weaponry, including missiles and naval guns, and the ships 11 m high-speed RHIB, are discreetly concealed or shaped to meld into the superstructure profile." -- http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/news/defence-news/year-2012-news/august/581-north-sea-boats-to-launch-new-63m-stealth-fast-missile-patrol-vessel-for-indonesian-navy.html

Sources
http://defense-update.com/20120906_kri-klewang-first-stealthy-trimaran-patrol-vessel-for-the-indonesian-navy.html
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/indonesia/kcr-trimaran.htm
http://www.newshub.co.nz/world/kiwi-codesigned-ship-burns-in-indonesia-2012093013
http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php/world-naval-forces/asian-navies-vessels-ships-equipment/indonesia/patrol-vessels/766-trimaran-fmpv-63m-fast-missile-patrol-vessel-stealth-composite-indonesia-indonesian-navy-tni-al-north-sea-boats-pt-lundin-kri-klewang-625-datasheet-pictures-photos-video-specifications.html


HI Mark. I think this ship burned in a fire a few years ago. This is why I never added it.

Can you verify that its still around?

Mike

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/3/2016 3:01:41 AM   
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HI Mark. I think this ship burned in a fire a few years ago. This is why I never added it.

Can you verify that its still around?

Mike


Yes, the original one burned in a fire, but apparently they were going to build four of them. After the fire, the order got put on hold, I guess. (Indonesia is not revealing much information. The nerve of some people!) This article, from 2014, says a new one was ordered, but I have no idea how reliable it is.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/3136580/posts

Just the idea of a flotilla of four stealthy missile boats, each with up to eight missiles, is pretty scary! That could really ruin someone's day.

If there isn't enough information to add it, that's okay; I'm roughing up a two-week scenario involving Australia and Indonesia in 2021, so I thought it would be good to include, but Indonesia has plenty of other missile boats. (By 2021, I could assume, if need be, that the trimaran gets canceled and they just build more of the other patrol/missile craft.)





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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/3/2016 4:45:59 AM   
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I wanted to propose it long ago, but the burned first boat made made me couldn't do it. Searching for more news about its latter production and such are nothing until now.

It might looks very advance, but the missile is very under-ranged because they are C-705 (as rumors suggested, they might looking for better alternatives, but none has found so far). The missile boat is suppose to be the Launch-n-Leave platform like an interceptor, and sneaking closer to the opponent fleet will be soon exposed as soon as they've fired.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/3/2016 11:46:57 AM   
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Fantastic PDFs on the SPY-6 and Arleigh Burke Flight III, if you need it:

http://www.janes360.com/images/assets/731/51731/US_Navy_DDG_51_Flight_III_guided_missile_destroyer.pdf
http://www.raytheonretirees.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/AMDR.pdf

The SPY-6 getting fitted to the Flight III (37 RMA version) will have twice the range of the SPY-1 and is described as having a 15 dB advantage over it in that configuration.

Current SPY-1 Range in the DB ---->175nm
Current SPY-6 Range in the DB----->250nm
New SPY-6 Range------------------->350nm

Gallium Nitride must be some pretty insane stuff.

IHS Janes 360:
http://www.janes360.com/images/assets/731/51731/US_Navy_DDG_51_Flight_III_guided_missile_destroyer.pdf
quote:

"We know what we need to do," said Capt Vandroff. "We need to get a SPY +15 dB radar onto a DDG 51
hull and deliver it to the fleet. Every other one of those requirements after that, some of them might be
nice but we might say, 'I'm not taking that stuff today. I'm going to do something else. I'm going to keep
the risk low.' So the only technology that's getting on [Flight III] is something that's already ripe and ready
right now."

quote:

Employing full digital beamforming, the AN/SPY-6(V) will have more than double the range of the SPY-1,
support efficient and precise search and tracking using multibeam operation, and provide robust BMD
detection and discrimination. Fundamental to this leap in performance is the use of Gallium Nitride (GaN)
semi-conductor technology.


Raytheon:
http://www.raytheon.com/news/feature/7_facts_about_amdr.html?WT.mc_id=twitter_socialmedia_rtn_saferworld&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=rtn_saferworld&linkId=24715563
quote:

AMDR provides greater detection ranges and better discrimination accuracy than the radar onboard today’s destroyers. In fact, the 37 RMA configuration (see cool fact #3) can see a target of half the size at twice the range.


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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/3/2016 12:38:06 PM   
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Current SPY-1 Range in the DB ---->175nm

Hold on! That sounds very familiar...

Current Type 346A Range in the DB -> 175nm
(from some Google searches that only mentioned 052D's 346A is comparable to SPY-1, which is only presumed they're the same performance in detection range)

So the ship-borne APAR is still just as good as PPAR in detection range, if just with hardened anti-jam capability based on the CMANO mechanics.

Then I look again from 346 APARs from 052C and Liaoning, wow, 25nm less. No wonder the air defense is a bit worse than land-based HQ-9 (180nm).

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/3/2016 1:00:18 PM   
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With the excellent new port mechanics i thought to myself that a "Single-unit Naval Base" including a magazine and air facilities (rotary only) would be neat.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/3/2016 2:30:47 PM   
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With the excellent new port mechanics i thought to myself that a "Single-unit Naval Base" including a magazine and air facilities (rotary only) would be neat.


Already on our list. Thanks!

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/3/2016 5:18:39 PM   
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Two more requests and then I promise I'll go away for a while.

First, it looks like Indonesia is going to purchase 8-10 Su-35Ss from Russia.

http://thediplomat.com/2016/02/confirmed-indonesia-will-buy-10-russian-s-35-fighter-jets/
http://thediplomat.com/2016/05/indonesia-and-russia-to-ink-deal-for-8-su-35-fighter-jets-in-may/

The Su-35S is already in the database (#2689 and #4232) but I do not know if the Indonesian versions will have any changes. I also am not sure when these aircraft would actually enter service. Operational dates: 2018- ????

(For scenario design, this is simply a convenience...the aircraft is already available, so one could just use the Russian ones...eventually, it would be more accurate if the export version can be included so that any differences between versions (different radar, etc.) can be taken into account. I suppose it also makes sense to get the platform in the database and then fix anything that has to be fixed as new data comes in.)

Second...and this is not needed for the scenario I am working on right now but would be nice to have eventually...

KAI KF-X

This is being jointly developed by Indonesia and South Korea, and both countries will operate them. Eventually.

Operational dates: 2025-

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KAI_KF-X
http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/kf-x-paper-pushing-or-peer-fighter-program-010647/
http://www.militaryfactory.com/aircraft/detail.asp?aircraft_id=1035

Not surprisingly, not much information is available, but perhaps a baseline version can be added to the database and then tweaked as more information becomes available?

Thanks for considering these.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/3/2016 5:40:52 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Mgellis

KAI KF-X

This is being jointly developed by Indonesia and South Korea, and both countries will operate them. Eventually.


Australia won't be happy to hear this, and will demands a supervision if SK really want to deliver stealth fighters to the most populated Muslim country in SE Asia region.

But I think selling KFX to Indonesia is aimed for fueling the arm race, to make ASEANs consider stealth fighters as well. It will be a devasting chain effect for clouding the sky with ninjas. If that's what Indonesia wants, then Australia should understands it might not be the bad thing entirely.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/4/2016 2:56:41 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Mgellis

quote:

ORIGINAL: mikmyk


HI Mark. I think this ship burned in a fire a few years ago. This is why I never added it.

Can you verify that its still around?

Mike


Yes, the original one burned in a fire, but apparently they were going to build four of them. After the fire, the order got put on hold, I guess. (Indonesia is not revealing much information. The nerve of some people!) This article, from 2014, says a new one was ordered, but I have no idea how reliable it is.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/3136580/posts

Just the idea of a flotilla of four stealthy missile boats, each with up to eight missiles, is pretty scary! That could really ruin someone's day.

If there isn't enough information to add it, that's okay; I'm roughing up a two-week scenario involving Australia and Indonesia in 2021, so I thought it would be good to include, but Indonesia has plenty of other missile boats. (By 2021, I could assume, if need be, that the trimaran gets canceled and they just build more of the other patrol/missile craft.)





According to local sources Indonesia are building another with a few differences that is due for commissioning this year, although local sources are often a little dubious and cannot be relied upon, but is the best data I have found. The gun is reportedly being replaced with a Saab Bofors 40mm Mk IV, the C-705 SSMs are replaced with a Saab RBS-15 Mk III missiles and the sensors are now a Giraffe LT and Ceros 200.

http://indonesiafeldgrau.blogspot.com.au/2016/02/the-second-kri-klewang-first-indonesian.html (In Bahasan Indonesian but google translate does a good job of translating it.)

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/4/2016 3:36:55 PM   
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Loadout error

#10165, as used by various Su-25´s is supposed to be a S-25O loadout, but uses the S-25B instead.






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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/4/2016 5:00:45 PM   
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Kazakhstan AF has been unveiled their purchased Wing Loong I UAV from China... wait, where's Kazakhstan in the database??

http://imp-navigator.livejournal.com/466683.html

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/4/2016 6:25:45 PM   
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How could we forget kazahkstan!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFP-MktgOKU

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/5/2016 3:41:46 AM   
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Hello Everyone

it looks the P-8A Poseidon #2705,3685,4427,4428 has AN/ALQ-240(V)1 ESM + AN/ALQ-213 EWMS + AN/AAQ-24 and AN/AAR-54

From
http://www.militaryaerospace.com/articles/2012/10/p8-poseidon-obsolescence.html
http://www.northropgrumman.com/Capabilities/P8ASensors/Pages/default.aspx
https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2012/10/04/495140/10007233/en/Northrop-Grumman-s-Electronic-Support-Measures-System-for-the-P-8A-Poseidon-Receives-Official-Nomenclature.html
https://firangionindia.wordpress.com/2012/10/05/esm-for-p-8a-poseidon-receives-official-nomenclature/
http://www.bga-aeroweb.com/Defense/P-8-Poseidon.html
http://www.militaryaerospace.com/articles/2015/01/two-color-detector.html
http://aviationweek.com/site-files/aviationweek.com/files/uploads/2015/07/asd_07_09_2015_dossier1.pdf

Thanks

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/6/2016 11:06:21 AM   
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Hi, All-
Britain's Sentry AEW.1 [E-3D] (units #97 and #587 in DB444) are missing the second form of refueling hookup (probe refueling) they are capable of:

"The E-3D is the only aircraft in the RAF’s inventory capable of air-to-air refueling by both the American ‘flying-boom’ system and the RAF’s ‘probe-and-drogue’ method."
http://www.raf.mod.uk/equipment/e3d-sentry.cfm

Though I couldn't find anything definitive, it seems this dual refueling method has been there since day one on the AEW.1 (i.e. it doesn't appear to be part of the 1998 update).

I was playing Gunner98's [excellent] Norther Fury when I noticed the Sentry couldn't refuel from the RAF's VC.10 tanker fleet (which uses the drogue system).

Thank you!

Fixed

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/6/2016 12:44:38 PM   
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South Korea is getting the Airbus A.330-200 MRTT opposed to the Airbus A.310-300 MRTT (DBID #4513) in the DB.

https://airbusdefenceandspace.com/newsroom/news-and-features/a330-mrtt-to-be-selected-by-the-republic-of-korea-as-its-future-air-to-air-refuelling-and-transport-aircraft-after-an-open-and-objective-competition/
http://www.janes.com/article/52630/south-korea-opts-for-airbus-in-tanker-transport-requirement

Fixed

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/7/2016 9:46:40 PM   
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Correction from my previous post on the LCS.

The TRS-4D and SeaRAM will get installed starting with LCS-17 and only be on Freedom-class variants following LCS-17 (e.g. LCS-19, LCS-21,LCS-23,etc..)

Sorry about that.

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues - 6/8/2016 3:54:09 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Dysta

Kazakhstan AF has been unveiled their purchased Wing Loong I UAV from China... wait, where's Kazakhstan in the database??

http://imp-navigator.livejournal.com/466683.html


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RE: New USN frigate: FF 29 - 6/8/2016 4:00:41 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Mgellis

Requesting (for a scenario involving a conflict between Indonesia and Australia in 2021)...

Nagabanda-class submarine
Indonesia
Operational dates: 2017-
Pennants: KRI Nagabanda (403); KRI Trisula (404); KRI Nagaransang (405)

As far as I can tell, this is an improved Chang Bogo class. The Chang Bogo is already in the database (#224). The main changes seem to be improved sensors...

"DSME signed a contract with Indonesia on for the supply of three Improved Chang Bogo-class submarines. These submarines will be equipped with Atlas Electronic CSU 90 hull-mounted passive and active search-and-attack sonar and flank sonar arrays, Indra's Pegaso RESM system and Aries low-probability of intercept radar, L-3's MAPPS integrated platform management systems and Sagem's Sigma 40XP inertial navigation systems." --Wikipedia

Thanks for considering this one.

Sources
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chang_Bogo-class_submarine
http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/chang-bogo-class-submarine-south-korea-rokn/
http://www.aseanmildef.com/2016/03/south-korea-unveils-republic-of.html
http://www.mapps.l-3com.com/newsletters/MCN22.pdf
http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1371


Anybody know what the weapons will be? Key detail that I didn't see.

Thanks!

Mike


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AN/ALE-70(V) - towed RF decoy for the F-35.

From: http://www.i2insights.com/library/defense_budget-documents/fy2017-defense_budget/3010F/3010F-76-A.pdf

DESCRIPTION:
The ALE-70 Towed Decoy is a countermeasures dispenser system designed to fit into the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) aircraft. The ALE-70 provides aircraft self-protection against radar guided missiles.
Funds procure all system components: decoys, canisters, and explosive cartridges to deploy the decoys.


From: http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Aircraft+self-protection+against+sophistication.-a0363687470
The Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 Presidential budget request, however, provides a deeper knowledge of F-35 EW suite, specifically the expandable countermeasures equipping the stealth aircraft. The description for air expandable countermeasures request by US Navy groups together "all unique countermeasures that provide self-protection for the JSF, specifically ALE-70, MJU-68, MJU-69 and CCU-168". While contracts for specifically tailored MJU-68/69 flares and CCU-168 impulse cartridge have already been assigned to BAE Systems for the F-35, the Department of Defence for the first time unveils the existence of the ALE-70 expandable countermeasure. According to collected data on the same system, the ALE-70 is reported to be an RF towed decoy. In the latter case, the FOTD is to be driven by a technique generator on board the F-35, which could imply the use of an RF jammer.


From: http://www.afcea.org/content/?q=taxonomy/term/1213

BAE Systems Electronic Solutions, Nashua, N.H., is being awarded a $47,352,248 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity delivery order contract for the manufacture of the transmitter countermeasures T-1687A/ALE-70 (V) in support of the Joint Strike Fighter program. The Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support, Mechanicsburg, Pa., is the contracting activity (N00104-14-D-K054)

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Only in the case you miss it (no time to try an approximative on-line translation today).
Korean Wikipedia entry on Improved Chang Bogo class (lot of details, no equivalent page in other languages):
https://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%EC%86%90%EC%9B%90%EC%9D%BC%EA%B8%89_%EC%9E%A0%EC%88%98%ED%95%A8
KSS-III project, post Chang Bogo class (lot of details, included projected VLS with SLBM!!!!!, the equivalent page in English is very limited):
https://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/KSS-III

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RE: New USN frigate: FF 29 - 6/8/2016 10:45:41 PM   
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Hi, All-
While a minority of airframes, some of the KC-10As have wing pods:

"Twenty KC-10s [which is 33% given 60 aircraft were made] were modified to add wing-mounted pods further enhancing their aerial refueling capabilities."
http://www.af.mil/AboutUs/FactSheets/Display/tabid/224/Article/104520/kc-10-extender.aspx

Finding photos of such equipped aircraft isn't easy, but I found two:
http://www.aviationspectator.com/image/photos/military-aircraft/tankers/kc-10-extender/kc-10-extender-205
and
"Elephant Walk"
http://www.jointbasemdl.af.mil/photos/mediagallery.asp?galleryID=1421&page=5

Thank you!

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RE: New USN frigate: FF 29 - 6/9/2016 5:49:52 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: mikmyk


quote:

ORIGINAL: Mgellis

Requesting (for a scenario involving a conflict between Indonesia and Australia in 2021)...

Nagabanda-class submarine
Indonesia
Operational dates: 2017-
Pennants: KRI Nagabanda (403); KRI Trisula (404); KRI Nagaransang (405)

As far as I can tell, this is an improved Chang Bogo class. The Chang Bogo is already in the database (#224). The main changes seem to be improved sensors...

"DSME signed a contract with Indonesia on for the supply of three Improved Chang Bogo-class submarines. These submarines will be equipped with Atlas Electronic CSU 90 hull-mounted passive and active search-and-attack sonar and flank sonar arrays, Indra's Pegaso RESM system and Aries low-probability of intercept radar, L-3's MAPPS integrated platform management systems and Sagem's Sigma 40XP inertial navigation systems." --Wikipedia

Thanks for considering this one.

Sources
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chang_Bogo-class_submarine
http://www.naval-technology.com/projects/chang-bogo-class-submarine-south-korea-rokn/
http://www.aseanmildef.com/2016/03/south-korea-unveils-republic-of.html
http://www.mapps.l-3com.com/newsletters/MCN22.pdf
http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1371


Anybody know what the weapons will be? Key detail that I didn't see.

Thanks!

Mike


I haven't found a definitive answer and sorry I can't be of more help, but PT IPTN (aka Indonesian Aerospace or PT. Dirgantara Indonesia) build the AEG SUT 533mm torpedo under license which is used on the Korean version of Chang Bogo, so it is probably safe to assume it will equip the Indonesian Improved Chang Bogos as they are prioritising the purchase of domestically produced military equipment.

Although there is talk of the Black Shark and Seahake torpedoes and various 533mm torpedo tube launched mines on the blogosphere, but appears to be speculation and wishful thinking by armchair admirals.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indonesian_Aerospace
http://www.indomiliter.com/aeg-sut-533mm-heavyweight-torpedo-dengan-pemandu-sonar-pasif-dan-aktif/
http://majalahmiliter.blogspot.com.au/2009/01/sut-torpedo-buatan-pt-dirgantara.html
(Please note the last two require translation and chrome does a better job than Google translate for some reason.)

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Ok thanks for looking!

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