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RE: P-40 Long Track radar should be 3-D capable - 7/14/2018 7:38:28 PM   
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Yes, just about the P-40 initial post I did enter the other day Russian Wikipedia (with Google Translate!), and apparently has 3D capabilities but limited to some wide altitude bands:
https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/1%D0%A112

For me this is the explanation about probably only three wide exploration zones on height:
quote:

Во время работы станция 1С12 совершает непрерывный круговой обзор пространства. Всё пространство делится на три зоны, зоны просматриваются друг за другом по очереди. За один полный оборот антенны просматривается одна зона. Так же имеются режимы работы, при которых просматривается какая-то одна зона, или только нижние зоны. Для защиты от активных помех станция 1С12 может перестраивать рабочие частоты по заданному алгоритму. От пассивных помех используется двухчастотный когерентно-импульсный метод. При работе со станцией наведения 1С32 время развёртывания и свёртывания станции составляет 5 минут


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During operation, the 1S12 station performs a continuous circular survey of the space. The entire space is divided into three zones, the zones are scanned one by one in turn. For one full revolution of the antenna, one zone is visible. There are also modes of operation in which one zone is viewed, or only the lower zones. To protect against active interference, the 1C12 station can rebuild operating frequencies according to a given algorithm. The passive interference is a two-frequency coherent-pulse method. When working with the guidance station 1S32, the deployment and coagulation time of the station is 5 minutes


And also:
quote:

Модификации
1С12 — базовый вариант, предназначен для использования в составе ЗРК 2К11 «Круг»
П40 «Броня» — модифицированный вариант, отличается незначительным изменением приборного состава для использования с подвижным радиовысотомером 1РЛ19Б (ПРВ-9Б «Наклон-2Б»)


quote:

Variants:
- 1S12 - the base version, is intended for use as part of the ZKK 2K11 "Krug"
- P40 "Armor" - modified version, differs by a slight change in the instrument composition for use with the mobile radio altimeter 1RL19B (PRV-9B "Naklon-2B")


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RE: P-40 Long Track radar should be 3-D capable - 7/14/2018 7:41:17 PM   
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On other side, PRV-9 by photo as clearly the configuration of a full-size 3D radar and not an additament to P-40:
http://www.russianarms.ru/forum/index.php?topic=492.0

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RE: P-40 Long Track radar should be 3-D capable - 7/21/2018 5:10:58 PM   
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Uhh, the armament on the *Yavuz* is incorrect. She's listed in the DB as having 152mm Mark XVII/III secondaries, when she had 15cm SK L/45 MPL c/06s.

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RE: P-40 Long Track radar should be 3-D capable - 7/31/2018 11:21:34 AM   
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I see the Tornado aircraft came into service in 1979 Can it be incorporated into the database please (or is it a iffy date)

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MiG-15, MiG-17 and MiG-19 - 8/3/2018 10:41:31 AM   
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Could you please correct the following mistakes in the CWDB?

MiG-15bis B Fagot, MiG-15UTI Fagot, CS-102, LIM-1, LIM-3 and S-102
Average Climb Rate: 13m/s (instead of 23m/s)
Instantaneous Climb Rate, S/L: 39m/s (instead of 69m/s)
Max speed: 590kts (instead of 650kts)
This is because Klimov VK-1 engine had no afterburner

MiG-17 Fresco A, MiG-17F Fresco C, MiG-17PF Fresco D, MiG-17PM/PMU Fresco E, FT-5, J-5A, LIM-5 and S-105
Average Climb Rate: 23m/s (instead of 13m/s)
Instantaneous Climb Rate, S/L: 69m/s (instead of 39m/s)
This is because Klimov VK-1F engine had afterburner

MiG-19P Farmer B, MiG-19PM Farmer D, MiG-19S Farmer C, F-6A, J-6 and J-6A
Max speed: 770kts (instead of 700kts)
This is because these aircrafts had two RD-9B engines (instead of one)

Thank you.

(Sources: Squadron/Signal Publicatios-In Action, Airwar.ru, Ruslet.cz, Wikipedia)

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RE: MiG-15, MiG-17 and MiG-19 - 8/6/2018 10:18:42 AM   
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Sirius,

I wondered if I could request that in the CWDB the Falklands war mod version of the Nimrod be added. The reason I am looking for this is am working on a scenario that includes HMS Eagle in the Falklands. The problem is that the CWDB Nimrod variants dont include the ability to AAR, therefore I cant include them in the scenario.


Kind Regards

Butch

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RE: MiG-15, MiG-17 and MiG-19 - 8/6/2018 8:17:27 PM   
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no problems

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RE: P-40 Long Track radar should be 3-D capable - 8/7/2018 8:30:48 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: SlabSheetrock

Uhh, the armament on the *Yavuz* is incorrect. She's listed in the DB as having 152mm Mark XVII/III secondaries, when she had 15cm SK L/45 MPL c/06s.

Fixed

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RE: MiG-15, MiG-17 and MiG-19 - 8/7/2018 8:31:31 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: butch4343

Sirius,

I wondered if I could request that in the CWDB the Falklands war mod version of the Nimrod be added. The reason I am looking for this is am working on a scenario that includes HMS Eagle in the Falklands. The problem is that the CWDB Nimrod variants dont include the ability to AAR, therefore I cant include them in the scenario.


Kind Regards

Butch

New Platform is Hypothetical in the Db


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French Crusader - 8/24/2018 4:36:58 PM   
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Problem with the French Crusader (Ithink) It Uses AN/APQ 104 When radar selected it does not show In the US Crusader with the AN/APQ 94 Radar shows

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RE: French Crusader - 8/24/2018 5:14:13 PM   
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Sorry again The CWBD was the latest one and I'm all up to date with the builds
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RE: French Crusader - 8/27/2018 4:27:21 PM   
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Could we have the US Navy's cancelled F-111B fighter added to the database? The last prototypes were production models and their specifications are available.

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RE: MiG-15, MiG-17 and MiG-19 - 9/6/2018 2:42:49 PM   
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Thanks Sirus

Am much obliged

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MXY-7 Cherry Blossom/Baka - 9/17/2018 9:14:55 AM   
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Sirus,


I wondered if I could request a couple additions to the database if possible?

I am working on a WW2 Pacific War series of scenarios, I am looking to add the venerable workhorse of the Japanese bomber fleet the G4 Betty, I was wondering what information would you require to add this, is it basically the information contained in a Database Viewer?

I wondered if I could push my luck a little further, and request two additional things along with it, I was wondering if the MXY-7 Ohka human Kamakazie could be added to the database as a load out for the Betty? IMHO it should be treated as a weapon, rather than an “aircraft” as it really doesnt have a lot of the attributes of an aircraft, and it had to follow a fairly direct flight path as it is effectively a glide weapon.

I would be more than happy Sirius to provide you with as much research as possible to assist you in adding these,

kind regards

Butch


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RE: MXY-7 Cherry Blossom/Baka - 9/17/2018 1:45:54 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: butch4343

Sirus,


I wondered if I could request a couple additions to the database if possible?

I am working on a WW2 Pacific War series of scenarios, I am looking to add the venerable workhorse of the Japanese bomber fleet the G4 Betty, I was wondering what information would you require to add this, is it basically the information contained in a Database Viewer?

I wondered if I could push my luck a little further, and request two additional things along with it, I was wondering if the MXY-7 Ohka human Kamakazie could be added to the database as a load out for the Betty? IMHO it should be treated as a weapon, rather than an “aircraft” as it really doesnt have a lot of the attributes of an aircraft, and it had to follow a fairly direct flight path as it is effectively a glide weapon.

I would be more than happy Sirius to provide you with as much research as possible to assist you in adding these,

kind regards

Butch


Noted and on the to do list


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More Requests - 9/25/2018 12:42:50 PM   
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Sirus

Thanks so much mate for including my requests I appreciate your efforts 

I find myself having to request more help from you, as I mentioned in regards to adding an AAR capable Nimrod, I am working on a what-if campaign involving HMS Eagle in the South Atlantic in 1978. I noticed that the CWDB lacks the retarded version of the UK’s 1000lb GP bomb, I know the modern database includes this as a “Mk18 1000lb Ret (RAF Retarded)” . I wondered if I could request that this be added to the CWDB? I understand that it would be a huge amount of work to add this to every possible aircraft loadout, so I wondered if you would add it to the Database , and then add it to specific aircraft at a later date?

In my case I would be looking for a loadout for the Royal Navy Buccaneer S2D Post 1976 Martel. I need this as everytime my Buccaneers pop up to the 800ft to drop their un-retarded Mk13s the argies have a field day with them unlike the BL-755 equipped Buccaneers that fly with them. I also note that the RN buccaneer S2A and B’s have a SNEB rocket loadout, however the later S2C and S2Ds don’t, I wonder if its possible could this be added to the later marks? The SNEB loadout is not vital to my scenario but it would be useful to the player.

Thank you for all your efforts and kind regards

Butch

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RE: More Requests - 9/26/2018 9:34:33 PM   
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Could we have a version of the Regulus I missile with its original W-5 nuclear warhead (40kt yield). The 2mt version currently in the database wasn't introduced until 1958 and only 20 were built. Source: David Strumpf, Regulus: America's First Nuclear Submarine Missile, page 171. (If it isn't too difficult, I also think a hypothetical version of Regulus I with a 3000# conventional warhead would make an interesting addition for some alternate history scenarios)

Also, would it be possible to have the Regulus II added?


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RE: More Requests - 9/27/2018 8:06:50 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: butch4343

Sirus

Thanks so much mate for including my requests I appreciate your efforts 

I find myself having to request more help from you, as I mentioned in regards to adding an AAR capable Nimrod, I am working on a what-if campaign involving HMS Eagle in the South Atlantic in 1978. I noticed that the CWDB lacks the retarded version of the UK’s 1000lb GP bomb, I know the modern database includes this as a “Mk18 1000lb Ret (RAF Retarded)” . I wondered if I could request that this be added to the CWDB? I understand that it would be a huge amount of work to add this to every possible aircraft loadout, so I wondered if you would add it to the Database , and then add it to specific aircraft at a later date?

In my case I would be looking for a loadout for the Royal Navy Buccaneer S2D Post 1976 Martel. I need this as everytime my Buccaneers pop up to the 800ft to drop their un-retarded Mk13s the argies have a field day with them unlike the BL-755 equipped Buccaneers that fly with them. I also note that the RN buccaneer S2A and B’s have a SNEB rocket loadout, however the later S2C and S2Ds don’t, I wonder if its possible could this be added to the later marks? The SNEB loadout is not vital to my scenario but it would be useful to the player.

Thank you for all your efforts and kind regards

Butch


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RE: More Requests - 9/27/2018 8:07:21 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: ARCNA442

Could we have a version of the Regulus I missile with its original W-5 nuclear warhead (40kt yield). The 2mt version currently in the database wasn't introduced until 1958 and only 20 were built. Source: David Strumpf, Regulus: America's First Nuclear Submarine Missile, page 171. (If it isn't too difficult, I also think a hypothetical version of Regulus I with a 3000# conventional warhead would make an interesting addition for some alternate history scenarios)

Also, would it be possible to have the Regulus II added?



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RE: More Requests - 11/17/2018 5:51:43 PM   
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Just wondering, are there any plans to add the WWII German navy to the database? The US, Soviets and Japanese navies of WWII are already pretty well represented. Is there a reason why the German's aren't here? Apologies if this has been answered in the past.

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RE: More Requests - 11/25/2018 11:55:13 AM   
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B-52 G ang H loadout during Vietnam in incorrect. We only carried 27, 750 pound bombs internally during Vietnam. The wing racks were not adopted until 1975, and after the last AGM-28 hound dog was retired.

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RE: P-40 Long Track radar should be 3-D capable - 12/1/2018 2:53:57 AM   
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Greetings! In this episode, I turn my attention to the venerable A-1 Skyraider, more precisely the EW variants!

Without further ado, my cerrections:

Sensors:

AN/APS-20F

- Radars of this series were capable of detecting surface ships, and so this radar should have the “Surface Search” tag.

Aircraft:

#2154, #544, #85 – AD-5N Skyraider

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APS-31C
---Radar bombsight: AN/APA-16
---RWR: AN/APR-9B, AN/APR-13
---Searchlight (70*10^6 candles)
---Sonobuoy receiver

- Weapons:
Max capacity: 8000 lbs.
Centerline:
---1 Torpedo OR
---1 Mk.54 depth charge OR
---1 100/250/500/1000/1600/2000 lbs. bomb OR
---1 500/1000/2000 lbs. mine OR
---1 150/300 USGal fuel tank OR
---1 Aero 2A sonobuoy dispenser (16 sonobuoys) OR
---1 AN/APT-16 jamming pod (S-band)
Inner wings:
---2 Torpedoes OR
---2 Mk.54 depth charges OR
---2 100/250/500/1000/1600/2000 lbs. bombs OR
---2 500/1000/2000 lbs. mines OR
---2 Tiny Tim rockets OR
---2 150/300 USGal fuel tanks OR
---2 Aero 2A sonobuoy dispensers (16 sonobuoys each) OR
---2 MX-900A chaff dispensers
Outer wings:
---12 HVAR rockets OR
---12 Mk.54 depth charges OR
---12 100/250 lbs. bombs OR
---6 500 lbs. bombs

Sources:
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/AD-5N_Skyraider_SAC_-_30_April_1956.pdf
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/A-1G_Skyraider_SAC_-_1_July_1967.pdf
https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a265494.pdf

#3163, #3157, #3156 – AD-4N Skyraider

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APS-31B
---RWR: AN/APR-9B
---Searchlight (70*10^6 candles)
---Sonobuoy receiver

- Weapons:
---Centerline: 1 pylon (max capacity 2000 lbs.)
---Inner wings: 2 pylons (max capacity 2000 lbs.)
---Outer wings: 12 pylons (max capacity 500 lbs.)
---Max total capacity: 6500 lbs. (ship)/9000 lbs. (shore)

- Known loadouts:
---1 AN/APT-16 jamming pod (S-band), 2 MX-900A chaff dispensers
---1 torpedo, 2 Aero 2A sonobuoy dispensers (16 sonobuoys each), 8 HVAR rockets

Sources:
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/AD-4N_Skyraider_SAC_-_1_November_1952.pdf
https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a265494.pdf

#3664, #3353, #301 – Douglas AD-5W Skyraider

- The only sensor equipment this aircraft carried was the AN/APS-20B radar.
- The radar should have 360º coverage.
- This aircraft carried no ordnance, only 2 150 or 300 USGal fuel tanks during patrols.
- Please remove the AN/APR-12 RWR and the AN/ALQ-31 DECM.

Sources:
http://www.avialogs.com/index.php/item/56183-an-01-40aleb-1-flight-handbook-ad-5w-aircraft.html
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/AD-5W_Skyraider_SAC_-_1_May_1952.pdf
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/AD-5W_Skyraider_SAC_-_1_February_1956.pdf

#3152, #3150 – Douglas AD-2Q Skyraider

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APS-4
---RWR: AN/APR-1
---CMD: MX/356A chaff dispenser

- Please remove the internal AN/ALQ-31 DECM and the pod.
- Please remove the AN/ALE-1 dispenser.

Sources:
http://www.avialogs.com/index.php/en/aircraft/usa/douglas/ad-skyraider/an-01-40ala-1-pilot-s-handbook-for-ad-2-2q-ad-3-3q-aircraft.html

#3155, #3351, #3149, #132 – Douglas AD-3W and AD-4W Skyraider

- The only sensor equipment this aircraft carried was the AN/APS-20 radar.
- The radar should have 360º coverage.
- Please remove the AN/APR-1 RWR.

#3349, #3154 – Douglas AD-3Q Skyraider

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APS-4
---RWR: AN/APR-9
---CMD: manual chaff dispenser (chute)

- Please remove the AN/ALQ-31 DECM pod.

Sources:
http://www.avialogs.com/index.php/en/aircraft/usa/douglas/ad-skyraider/an-01-40ala-1-pilot-s-handbook-for-ad-2-2q-ad-3-3q-aircraft.html

#3350, #90 – Douglas AD-4Q Skyraider

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APS-19A
---RWR: AN/APR-9

- Weapons:
Max capacity: 7000 lbs.
Centerline & inner wings:
---3 Mk.13B torpedoes OR
---3 Mk.54 depth charges OR
---3 500 or 2000 lbs. bombs OR
---3 1000 or 2000 lbs. mines
Outer wings:
---12 HVAR rockets OR
---12 100 or 250 lbs. bombs OR
---2 Tiny Tim rockets

- Please remove the AN/APR-13 RWR and the internal AN/ALQ-31 DECM and the pod.
- Please remove the AN/ALE-1 dispenser.

Sources:
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/AD-4Q_Skyraider_SAC_-_1_December_1949.pdf

#3352, #302 – Douglas AD-5Q Skyraider

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APS-31C
---Radar bombsight: AN/APA-16
---RWR: AN/APR-9B, AN/APR-13
---Searchlight (70*10^6 candles)
---Sonobuoy receiver

- Known loadouts:
---1 300 USGal fuel tank, 2 AN/ALT-2 jamming pods (X-band) and 1 MX-900A chaff dispenser
---2 300 USGal fuel tanks and 2 AN/ALT-2 jamming pods (X-band)

- Please remove the AN/ALE-1 dispenser.

Sources:
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/AD-5Q_Skyraider_SAC_-_30_April_1950.pdf
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/EA-1F_Skyraider_SAC_-_1_July_1967.pdf
https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a800170.pdf

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RE: P-40 Long Track radar should be 3-D capable - 12/2/2018 9:39:20 PM   
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Greetings once again! I've once again dug into my pile of Standard Aircraft Characteristics scans and came up with a few requests, now for the venerable A-7 Corsair. Please look into the A-7A, A-7D and A-7K documents, as they have some nifty little charts with the the types of weapons the aircraft can carry, how many and in which stations! Thanks once again, and off with the requests!

#480, #1355, #1356 – Vought A-7D Corsair II

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APQ-126(V)
---RWR: AN/APR-37 + AN/APR-36
---CMD: AN/ALE-40(V)11

- Engine:
---Designation: TF41-A-1
---Thrust: 14250 lbs. (military)/12950 lbs. (normal)
---Total fuel: 1425 USGal (total internal)

- Maximum weapon load: 19000 lbs. + 2 AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles
---2 Sidewinder rails
---4 3500lbs-capacity pylons
---2 2500lbs-capacity pylons

- Used ECM pods (2):
---AN/ALQ-71(V)2 or (V)3
---AN/ALQ-87
---AN/ALQ-101(V)1, (V)3, (V)4 or (V)6
---AN/ALQ-119(V)16 or (V)17
---AN/ALQ-131(V)

- Used flare dispensers (2):
---SUU-25C or -25E
---SUU-42

- For more information on possible loadouts, please consult the source document: the last pages have nifty charts with all compatible stores and maximum number per pylon.

- Uses boom refuelling instead of probe refuelling.

Sources:
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/A-7D_Corsair_II_SAC_-_December_1986.pdf

#666, #3336, #1348, #3337, #1349, #3338 – Vought A-7A Corsair II

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APQ-116
---RWR: AN/ALR-15

- Engine:
---Designation: TF30-P-6
---Thrust: 11350 lbs. (military)/9100 lbs. (normal)
---Total fuel: 1515 USGal (total internal)

- Maximum weapon load: 19000 lbs. + 2 AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles
---2 Sidewinder rails
---4 3500lbs-capacity pylons
---2 2500lbs-capacity pylons

- Used ECM pods (2):
---AN/ALQ-31A
---AN/ALQ-76
---AN/ALQ-81

- For more information on possible loadouts, please consult the source document: the last pages have nifty charts with all compatible stores and maximum number per pylon.

Sources:
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/A-7A_Crusader_II_SAC_-_1_July_1967.pdf

#1350, #3339, #1351, #3340, #1352, #3341 – Vought A-7B Corsair II

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APQ-116
---RWR: AN/APR-27 + AN/ALR-25 + AN/ALR-26
---Internal ECM: AN/ALQ-100
---CMD: AN/ALE-29A

- Engine:
---Designation: TF30-P-8
---Thrust: 12200 lbs. (military)/9600 lbs. (normal)
---Total fuel: 1500 USGal (total internal)

- Maximum weapon load: 19000 lbs. + 2 AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles
---2 Sidewinder rails
---4 3500lbs-capacity pylons
---2 2500lbs-capacity pylons

- Used ECM pods (2):
---AN/ALQ-81
---AN/ALQ-88

- For more information on possible loadouts, please consult the source document of the A-7A: the loadouts will be similar, and the last pages have nifty charts with all compatible stores and maximum number per pylon.

Sources:
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/A-7B_Corsair_II_SAC_-_January_1970.pdf

#1353, #3342, #3043, #3343, #1354, #3344 – Vought A-7C Corsair II

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APQ-126(V)
---RWR: AN/APR-27 + AN/APR-25(V)
---Internal ECM: AN/ALQ-100
---CMD: AN/ALE-29A

- Engine:
---Designation: TF30-P-8
---Thrust: 12200 lbs. (military)/9600 lbs. (normal)
---Total fuel: 1496 USGal (total internal)

- Maximum weapon load: 19000 lbs. + 2 AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles
---2 Sidewinder rails
---4 3500lbs-capacity pylons
---2 2500lbs-capacity pylons

- For more information on possible loadouts, please consult the source document of the A-7A: the loadouts will be similar, and the last pages have nifty charts with all compatible stores and maximum number per pylon.

Sources:
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/A-7C_Corsair_II_SAC_-_April_1972.pdf

#658, #3345, #1243, #3346, #1244, #3347 – Vought A-7E Corsair II

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APQ-126(V)
---RWR: AN/APR-27 + AN/APR-25(V)
---Internal ECM: AN/ALQ-100
---CMD: AN/ALE-29A

- Engine:
---Designation: TF41-A-2
---Thrust: 15000 lbs. (military)/12950 lbs. (normal)
---Total fuel: 1476 USGal (total internal)

- Maximum weapon load: 19000 lbs. + 2 AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles
---2 Sidewinder rails
---4 3500lbs-capacity pylons
---2 2500lbs-capacity pylons

- For more information on possible loadouts, please consult the source document of the A-7A: the loadouts will be similar, and the last pages have nifty charts with all compatible stores and maximum number per pylon.

Sources:
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/A-7E_Corsair_II_SAC_-_April_1972.pdf

#1357 – Vought A-7H Corsair II

- Identical to the A-7E except in the absence of an in-flight refuelling system.

- Avionics:
---Radar: AN/APQ-126(V)
---RWR: AN/APR-27 + AN/APR-25(V)
---Internal ECM: AN/ALQ-100
---CMD: AN/ALE-29A

- Engine:
---Designation: TF41-A-2
---Thrust: 15000 lbs. (military)/12950 lbs. (normal)
---Total fuel: 1476 USGal (total internal)

- Maximum weapon load: 19000 lbs. + 2 AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles
---2 Sidewinder rails
---4 3500lbs-capacity pylons
---2 2500lbs-capacity pylons

- For more information on possible loadouts, please consult the source document of the A-7A: the loadouts will be similar, and the last pages have nifty charts with all compatible stores and maximum number per pylon.

Sources:
http://www.alternatewars.com/SAC/A-7E_Corsair_II_SAC_-_April_1972.pdf
https://www.vought.org/products/html/a-7h.html

And as a bonus, a request for correction of a recon aircraft that has no recon cameras!

#2201, #2200 – RF-100A Super Sabre

- Recon equipment:
---3 left oblique/vertical/right oblique (60º from vertical) K-17 cameras
---2 vertical K-38 cameras with slightly tilted axis to provide partial overlap

Sources:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_F-100_Super_Sabre
http://www.spyflight.co.uk/f100.htm

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 12/20/2018 7:14:51 AM   
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The 1979 Boeing Flying Aircraft Carrier

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 12/23/2018 2:48:56 PM   
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A pair of erratas:

All Sea Hawk FB and FGA variants have the same strike range (250nm) for short range (4 bombs) and long range (2 bombs & 2 Drop tanks) RAF 500lb bombs loadouts.

All AS-1 Kennel loadouts have 6hr rearming time. This seems odd when any other bomber loadout, be it of guided missiles or plain unguided bombs have a 20hr rearming time.

Ancalagon

EDIT: Found more 6hr arming time loadouts for strategic bombers in the DB, so the second point above becomes moot, still there seems to be no discernible criteria for the 6/20hr alocation so perhaps those times should be re-checked against sources

Also found another errata, al variants of M-4/3M Bison have listed strike ranges in excess on 3000nm. This must be wrong since any Bear variant (with succeded the Bison as the main VVS bomber due to it's longer range) plus far modern bombers like B-1B, B-2A or Tu-160 have strike ranges between 2000-3000nm

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 1/12/2019 7:37:20 PM   
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Hi Sirius

All B-36 variants have about three times the fuel consumption at cruise power compared with military power.
This seems a bit odd

Thanks

Søren

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 1/30/2019 1:28:03 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Schr75

Hi Sirius

All B-36 variants have about three times the fuel consumption at cruise power compared with military power.
This seems a bit odd

Thanks

Søren


All the EC-121 variants have similar performance details.

Take an EC-121D for example, at 36000-45000 ft:
-Loiter speed takes 18.75 kg/minute
-Cruise speed takes 23.44 kg/minute
-Military speed takes 8.47 kg/minute

It is indeed a bit odd.
This is from CWDB build 476.

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RE: P-40 Long Track radar should be 3-D capable - 2/1/2019 2:15:25 AM   
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#235 P-2H (P2V-7) Neptune (US-1957) HAS A RANGE OF OVER 5000 nm!

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 2/1/2019 4:14:24 AM   
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#3802 - EC-135H "Silk Purse" (United States - 1870)
I think it should be 1970


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RE: RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 2/1/2019 8:21:23 PM   
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