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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 4/10/2019 2:20:21 PM   
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Could please add Indian Ship

LST-3011/LST-11 INS Magar (1945-1988) British LCU-3 Class

http://www.navypedia.org/ships/india/in_ls_magar.htm

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 4/11/2019 11:56:47 AM   
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No problems

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 4/15/2019 12:10:13 PM   
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Any idea when all these updates since build 476 will be included in an update? Near as I can tell 476 is from November and Siruis has added a ton to the DB.

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 4/16/2019 4:26:53 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: dpabrams

Any idea when all these updates since build 476 will be included in an update? Near as I can tell 476 is from November and Siruis has added a ton to the DB.

Thanks

Hi BuilD 477 is in test at the moment and will be released soon

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 4/26/2019 10:47:36 AM   
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Yak-25
radar "Sokol" (RP-6)
range Tu-16 - 25km, Yak-25 - 16km

Il-28
radar PSBN-M
http://hist.rloc.ru/lobanov/6_14_1.htm

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 5/1/2019 6:43:13 PM   
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Found an errata: The SS-7 silo is currently carrying by default a SS-9 missile, the diference in performance between the two is huge.

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 5/12/2019 10:58:00 AM   
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Sirius

I wondered if I could advance a request, I have been working on a scenario involving USN dive bombers in the pacific, and noted that in effect they are treated as level bombers. I wondered if a couple of new weapons could be added to the database? The MK-64 DB and Mk65-DB, DB for Dive Bomber, the release paramenters could be set between 3000-10000 feet, that forces the player to use them at historical heights. This could be added as a loadout for the the Dauntless and Perhaps Avengers ?

Kind Regards

Butch

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 5/15/2019 9:54:09 PM   
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I like such an effort - Pakistani C-130 "Bomber" in 1965 and 1971 war (like Argentina in 1982).
I don't know for sure (even whether this is a fact) what and how many bombs carried, but estimating from links,
18-22* 1,000lb (Mk83?) bombs are reasonable one.

links:
PAKISTAN AIR FORCE - A SYMBOL OF PRIDE FOR THE NATION: AIR WAR OF 1965 REVISITED - C-130 Bombing Operations
6 Squadron
THERE IS NO DESTINATION BEYOND MY REACH - 2
The Unusual History of Transport Bomber Planes – War Is Boring – Medium

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 5/16/2019 9:07:55 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Ancalagon451

Found an errata: The SS-7 silo is currently carrying by default a SS-9 missile, the diference in performance between the two is huge.

Ancalagon

Fixed

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/3/2019 8:06:34 PM   
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Paul,

Can you help clarify whether Ship_2597 / LCM (H) is supposed to be the ATC(H)?

Thanks

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/4/2019 2:54:33 PM   
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Is it possible that the following could be added?

US Navy

1) USS Benewah (APB-35) Brigade Command Ship 1967-71; Benewah class barracks ship; x4
2) USS Askari (ARL-30); Achelous Class Landing Craft Repair Ship; x5
3) USS St. Francis River (LSM(R)-525); LSM(R)-501 Class Landing Ship Medium (Rocket); x3
4) YRBM 20 (Yard Repair Berthing and Messing); at least 3 (YRBM-16/17/20)

US Aircraft

1) AH-56A Cheyenne US Army (Hypothetical):
2) OV-10A US Navy VAL-4 "Black Ponies" 1969-1972

South Vietnam Navy

1) RVNS Dong DA II (HQ-07); PCE-881 Class; ex-USS Crestview (PCE-895); x1
2) RVNS Ngoc Hoi (HQ-12); PCE(R)-848 Class; ex-USS Brattleboro (PCE(R)-852); x2
3) RVNS Le Trong Deim (HQ-226); ex-USS LSSL; x8
4) RVNS Phù Du (HQ-600); PGM-59 Class Motor Gunboat; ex-PGM-59; x12
5) RVNS Thai Binh (HQ 612); PGM-71 Class Motor Gunboat; ex-PGM-72; x8 (Hull #s HQ-612 to HQ-619 Inclusive)

Specifications are included in the text files within the attached zip file.

I have pics on all of these if you want/need to see them for any reason. :)

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/4/2019 10:59:45 PM   
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Dwight,

Logged for evaluation. Thanks for providing the detailed information.

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/9/2019 12:16:04 PM   
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Current SA-1 batteries have two B-200 "yo-yo" radars. That's incorrect since the B-200 made use of the two installed radar antenna arrays, working in tandem as 2D locator and heigh-finder. So please switch to only one B-200 radar per battery.

Ancalagon




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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/9/2019 1:39:12 PM   
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Found an error in the CAG-1 Boston Database

in the Performance details the fuel consumption is:

Creep - 44.55 kg/minute
Cruise - 49.5 kg/minute
Full - 94.04 kg/minute
Flank - 185.62 kg/minute

While for example the CA 134 Des Moines has:

Creep - 0.9 kg/minute
Cruise - 1 kg/minute
Full - 1.89 kg /minute
Flank - 3.75 kg/minute

They have roughly the same type of propulsion plant, both rated at 89.000 KW (source wikipedia)

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/10/2019 2:50:47 PM   
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Is it possible to put in the Yamato-class battleships?

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/10/2019 3:23:40 PM   
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Heli Mi-6
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mil_Mi-6

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/10/2019 5:17:13 PM   
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quote:

Is it possible to put in the Yamato-class battleships?


David,

Possible, yes. Likely in the near future, no. Time era is not the real focus of the CMANO simulation so priority needs to be given to other additions and changes. See http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/fb.asp?m=4644397 for some background on updates.

Thanks for the question though,

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/10/2019 5:27:10 PM   
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quote:

Heli Mi-6


VIF2NE,

Logged in for possible future inclusion.

Thanks,

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/17/2019 3:50:18 PM   
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Found an errata: SSM Bn (FROG-7A [Nuclear 20kT]) TEL -- Soviet Union[-1991](Red Army),1965 is armed with the conventional variant FROG-7b [9M21].

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/17/2019 5:38:14 PM   
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quote:

Current SA-1 batteries have two B-200 "yo-yo" radars. That's incorrect since the B-200 made use of the two installed radar antenna arrays, working in tandem as 2D locator and heigh-finder. So please switch to only one B-200 radar per battery.


Ancalagon451,

Logged.

-Wayne

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/18/2019 7:18:44 PM   
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quote:

Error in the CAG-1 Boston Database


Andrea,

Logged for update in database. Thanks.

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 6/21/2019 8:54:42 AM   
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Opps I accidentally posted this in the wrong thread.

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 7/8/2019 3:21:16 PM   
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An easy addition. I think. :

US Aircraft:

SH-3G Sea King -- United States (Navy), 1970, 105x cargo/utility conversions from SH-3A&D


Not really an important addition, but I think it's an easy one. I'm a pedant when it comes to setting up CAWs so I just had to post this .

Here's something to hang on to: https://www.helis.com/database/model/SH-3G-Sea-King/

Cheers

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 7/8/2019 11:19:25 PM   
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Lewis,

Request logged.

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 7/17/2019 1:33:15 PM   
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After much delay, I am now ready to make my requests regarding Soviet nuclear weapons. Since I made my requests for the Su-6 attacker and Tu-16 changes, I have now learned that the database request threads aren't for everything that existed or even every little detail that is incorrect as much as it is for major inaccuracies and requests things for scenarios. Thus in this post, all of the requests are in regards to scenarios I plan to make.

I will start with free fall bombs. I will list the bombs, their specifications/how they can be implemented, and then list the aircraft that need them. There are alot of fictional nuclear weapons so I suggest converting them into real ones. For example, the RU-57 nuclear bomb does not appear to have existed. However instead of removing it, it can be renamed as, for example, RDS-4, and the characteristics can be changed to that of the RDS-4 (the first Soviet tactical bomb), and as most of the aircraft with the fictional RU-57 also carried the RDS-4 in real life, those aircraft that carry the RU-57 won't have to have a new loadout added. Of course, a new weapon and loadout can be done instead as well, but I hope my idea is possible.

Missing free fall nuclear bombs-

RDS-1 [22kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

General Data

Type: Bomb

Length: 4 m

Span: 2 m

Diameter: -

Weight: 4600 kg

Burnout weight: -

Cruise Altitude: -

Climb Rate, S/L: -

Launch Altitude: 610 m AGL -20000 m AGL

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-land): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Land PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): 200 m

CEP, Land (nominal): 200 m

Properties

N/A

Warheads

Nuclear (22kt) (22kt)

Valid Targets

Surface Ships

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Target type, Number of weapons per salvo, Maximum number of shooters per salvo, Self-defence range

Surface Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Surfaced Submarine, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

RDS-2 [38kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

General Data

Type: Bomb

Length: 4 m

Span: 2 m

Diameter: -

Weight: 3100kg

Burnout weight: -

Cruise Altitude: -

Climb Rate, S/L: -

Launch Altitude: 610 m AGL -20000 m AGL

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-land): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Land PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): 200 m

CEP, Land (nominal): 200 m

Properties

N/A

Warheads

Nuclear (38kt) (38kt)

Valid Targets

Surface Ships

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Target type, Number of weapons per salvo, Maximum number of shooters per salvo, Self-defence range

Surface Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Surfaced Submarine, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

RDS-3 [42kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

General Data

Type: Bomb

Length: 4 m

Span: 2 m

Diameter: -

Weight: 5000 kg

Burnout weight: -

Cruise Altitude: -

Climb Rate, S/L: -

Launch Altitude: 610 m AGL -20000 m AGL

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-land): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Land PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): 200 m

CEP, Land (nominal): 200 m

Properties

N/A

Warheads

Nuclear (42kt) (42kt)

Valid Targets

Surface Ships

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Target type, Number of weapons per salvo, Maximum number of shooters per salvo, Self-defence range

Surface Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Surfaced Submarine, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

RDS-3I [62kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

General Data

Type: Bomb

Length: 4 m

Span: 2 m

Diameter: -

Weight: 5000 kg

Burnout weight: -

Cruise Altitude: -

Climb Rate, S/L: -

Launch Altitude: 610 m AGL -20000 m AGL

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-land): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Land PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): 200 m

CEP, Land (nominal): 200 m

Properties

N/A

Warheads

Nuclear (62kt) (62kt)

Valid Targets

Surface Ships

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Target type, Number of weapons per salvo, Maximum number of shooters per salvo, Self-defence range

Surface Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Surfaced Submarine, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

RDS-4 [5kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

General Data

Type: Bomb

Length: 4 m

Span: 1 m

Diameter: -

Weight: 3000 kg

Burnout weight: -

Cruise Altitude: -

Climb Rate, S/L: -

Launch Altitude: 610 m AGL -20000 m AGL

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-land): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Land PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): 200 m

CEP, Land (nominal): 200 m

Properties

N/A

Warheads

Nuclear (5kt) (5kt)

Valid Targets

Surface Ships

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Target type, Number of weapons per salvo, Maximum number of shooters per salvo, Self-defence range

Surface Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Surfaced Submarine, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

RDS-5 [5kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

Type: Bomb

Length: 4 m

Span: 1 m

Diameter: -

Weight: 3000 kg

Burnout weight: -

Cruise Altitude: -

Climb Rate, S/L: -

Launch Altitude: 610 m AGL -20000 m AGL

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-land): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Land PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): 200 m

CEP, Land (nominal): 200 m

Properties

N/A

Warheads

Nuclear (5kt) (5kt)

Valid Targets

Surface Ships

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Target type, Number of weapons per salvo, Maximum number of shooters per salvo, Self-defence range

Surface Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Surfaced Submarine, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

RDS-6S [400kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

General Data

Type: Bomb

Length: 5 m

Span: 2 m

Diameter: -

Weight: 5000 kg

Burnout weight: -

Cruise Altitude: -

Climb Rate, S/L: -

Launch Altitude: 610 m AGL -20000 m AGL

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-land): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Land PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): 200 m

CEP, Land (nominal): 200 m

Properties

N/A

Warheads

Nuclear (400kt) (400kt)

Valid Targets

Surface Ships

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Target type, Number of weapons per salvo, Maximum number of shooters per salvo, Self-defence range

Surface Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Surfaced Submarine, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

RDS-37 [2.9mt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

General Data

Type: Bomb

Length: 6 m

Span: 2 m

Diameter: -

Weight: 9000 kg

Burnout weight: -

Cruise Altitude: -

Climb Rate, S/L: -

Launch Altitude: 610 m AGL -20000 m AGL

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-land): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Land PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): 200 m

CEP, Land (nominal): 200 m

Properties

Is Retarded Munition

Warheads

Nuclear (2.9mt) (2.9mt)

Valid Targets

Surface Ships

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Target type, Number of weapons per salvo, Maximum number of shooters per salvo, Self-defence range

Surface Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Surfaced Submarine, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

RP-30 [200kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

General Data

Type: Bomb

Length: 4 m

Span: 2 m

Diameter: -

Weight: 5000 kg

Burnout weight: -

Cruise Altitude: -

Climb Rate, S/L: -

Launch Altitude: 610 m AGL -20000 m AGL

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-land): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Land PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): 200 m

CEP, Land (nominal): 200 m

Properties

Is Retarded Munition

Warheads

Nuclear (200kt) (200kt)

Valid Targets

Surface Ships

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Target type, Number of weapons per salvo, Maximum number of shooters per salvo, Self-defence range

Surface Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Surfaced Submarine, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

RP-32 [200kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

Type: Bomb

Length: 4 m

Span: 2 m

Diameter: -

Weight: 5000 kg

Burnout weight: -

Cruise Altitude: -

Climb Rate, S/L: -

Launch Altitude: 610 m AGL -20000 m AGL

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-land): 0.5 - 3 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Land PoH / Reliability: 99 %

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): 200 m

CEP, Land (nominal): 200 m

Properties

Is Retarded Munition

Warheads

DBID #15 Nuclear (200kT) (200kT)

Valid Targets

Surface Ships

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Target type, Number of weapons per salvo, Maximum number of shooters per salvo, Self-defence range

Surface Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Ship - Surfaced Submarine, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

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I suggest that the following "conversions" of fictional nuclear bombs currently in the database to the real nuclear bombs I have requested-

DBID #189 RU-57 Nuclear Bomb to RDS-4 [5kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

DBID #1500 RN-42 Strategic Bomb [200kT Nuclear] to RP-32 [200kt Nuclear] -- Soviet Union

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Loadouts with the missing bombs that aircraft need-

For the Tu-4A

1 x RDS-1

1 x RDS-2

1 x RDS-3

1 x RDS-4

1 x RDS-5

For the Tu-16A**

1 x RDS-1

1 x RDS-2

1 x RDS-3

1 x RDS-4

1 x RDS-5

1 x RDS-6S

1 x RP-30

1 x RP-32

For the Tu-95MA****

1 x RDS-1

1 x RDS-2

1 x RDS-3

1 x RDS-4

1 x RDS-5

1 x RDS-6S

1 x RDS-37

1 x RP-30

1 x RP-32

I will provide more information on these loadouts later, however providing the information will be part of a bigger process as one of the main factors (range) is determined by fuel load, which is very inaccurate (way too much) on the Tu-4s at the moment and also inaccurate (also too much but to a lesser degree) on the Tu-95M.

Also, in the case of the Tu-16A and Tu-95MA, these are aircraft not technically in the game and I need to make a full request for them.

Now for the early cruise missile carrying Tu-95s. There are quite a few inaccuracies with these aircraft, to the point that it would make more sense to do a separate series of requests for the early cruise missile carriers. I will request these changes later.

Next is ICBMs. First I will list changes/corrections, then new units.

Changes to DBID #1590 SS-6 Sapwood [R-7, 3.0mT Nuclear]-

Length should be changed to 31.07 m

Span should be changed to 11.2 m

Diameter should be changed to 11.2 m

Anti-land range should be increased to 4266 nm

Rename to SS-6 Sapwood [R-7, 3.0 mT Nuclear] -- 1959-1965, that is, change the comment after the name from 1959-1968 to 1959-1965

Changes to DBID #1591 SS-7 Saddler [R-16, 5.0mT Nuclear]-

Anti-land range should be increased to 5940 nm

Changes to DBID #1673 SSM Bn (SS-6 Sapwood) (Soviet Union [-1991] - 1959)-

Rename to SSM Bn (SS-6 Sapwood [R-7]) -- Soviet Union [-1991] (Strategic Rocket Forces), 1959-1965

Now for the new units-

SSM Bn (SS-6 Sapwood [R-7A]) -- Soviet Union [-1991] (Strategic Rocket Forces), 1960-1968

General Data

Category: Building (Surface)

Damage Points: 0

Length: 0 m

Width: 0 m

Area: 0 m

OODA Cycle: Detection: 15 seconds Observe, Orient, Decide, and Act (reaction time), Targeting 40 seconds (Novice Proficiency Level) 30 seconds (Cadet) 24 seconds (Regular) 20 seconds (Veteran) 16 seconds (Ace), Evasion: 2 seconds

Missile Defence: 3 Harpoon / SLAM / Maverick equivalents

General Armor: None

Mast Height: 0 m

Vehicle/Component Dispersal Radius: 80 m

Mounts / Stores / Weapons

Mounts (Guns/Launchers/Ejectors/etc.)-

Mount, Capacity, Launch Interval, Armor, Onboard Sensors, Weapons (per mount), Notes

4x SS-6 Sapwood [R-7A] TEL, 1, 15, None, N/A, 1x SS-6 Sapwood [R-7A, 5.0mt Nuclear], N/A

Signatures

Identical to DBID #1673 SSM Bn (SS-6 Sapwood) (Soviet Union [-1991] - 1959)

SS-6 Sapwood [R-7A, 5.0mt Nuclear] -- 1960-1968******

General Data

Type: Guided Weapon

Length: 31.07 m

Span: 11.2 m

Diameter: 11.2 m

Weight: 28000 kg

Burnout Weight: -

Guidance Type: Inertially Guided

Cruise Altitude: 563880 m AGL

Climb Rate, S/L: 1500 m/sec

Launch Altitude: -

Launch Speed: -

Target Altitude: -

Target Speed: -

Range (anti-air): -

Range (anti-surf): -

Range (anti-land): 350 - 4860 nm

Range (anti-sub): -

Air PoH: -

Surface PoH / Reliability: -

Land PoH / Reliability: 70%

Sub PoH: -

CEP, Surface (nominal): -

CEP, Land (nominal): 5000 m

Signatures

Identical to DBID #1590 SS-6 Sapwood [R-7, 3.0mT Nuclear]

Properties

Ballistic Missile (ICBM/IRBM/SRBM)

Weapon - INS Navigation

Warhead - Single Re-Entry Vehicle (RV)

Level Cruise Flight

Warheads

SS-6 Sapwood (R-7A) RV [5.0mt Nuclear] ()

Valid Targets

Land Structures (Hard)

Land Structures (Soft)

Mobile Units (Hard)

Mobile Units (Soft)

Runways

Weapon Release Authorization (WRA) [Default]

Land Contact - Unknown Type, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Land Structure - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Runway Facility - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Soft - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Mobile Target - Hardened - Unspecified, 1 rnd, 1 unit, Do not use weapon in self-defence

Propulsion

Engines, Type, Max Speed

ICBM RV/MRV/MIRV Re-Entry Phase, Rocket, 12000 kts

Performance Details

Identical to DBID #1590 SS-6 Sapwood [R-7, 3.0mT Nuclear]

Fuel

Fuel Type, Quantity

Rocket Fuel, 37 minutes

SSM Bn (SS-7 Saddler [R-16]) -- Soviet Union [-1991] (Strategic Rocket Forces), 1961-1974

General Data

Category: Building (Surface)

Damage Points: 0

Length: 0 m

Width: 0 m

Area: 0 m

OODA Cycle: Detection: 15 seconds Observe, Orient, Decide, and Act (reaction time), Targeting 40 seconds (Novice Proficiency Level) 30 seconds (Cadet) 24 seconds (Regular) 20 seconds (Veteran) 16 seconds (Ace), Evasion: 2 seconds

Missile Defence: 3 Harpoon / SLAM / Maverick equivalents

General Armor: None

Mast Height: 0 m

Vehicle/Component Dispersal Radius: 80 m

Mounts / Stores / Weapons

Mounts (Guns/Launchers/Ejectors/etc.)-

Mount, Capacity, Launch Interval, Armor, Onboard Sensors, Weapons (per mount), Notes

4x SS-7 Saddler [R-16] TEL, 1, 15, None, N/A, DBID #1591 SS-7 Saddler [R-16, 5.0mT Nuclear] x1, N/A

Signatures

Identical to DBID #1673 SSM Bn (SS-6 Sapwood) (Soviet Union [-1991] - 1959)

There are two more platforms I would like to request, the R-5M MRBM and the R-9A ICBM, but I need to find more information before making the request.

**- This aircraft (Tu-16A) is not technically in the game yet, I have to request it before being able to give more information about the nuclear bomb loadouts

****- This aircraft (Tu-95MA) is not technically in the game yet, I have to request it before being able to give more information about the nuclear bomb loadouts

******- This is the weapon that is supposed to be on the mounts for the SSM Bn (SS-6 Sapwood [R-7A]) -- Soviet Union [-1991] (Strategic Rocket Forces), 1960-1968

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 7/18/2019 2:32:56 AM   
FlyForLenin

 

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Whoops! I forgot to post the sources.

My sources are the following books-

The Kremlin's Nuclear Sword by Steven J. Zaloga

Tupolev Tu-4: The First Soviet Strategic Bomber by Yefim Gordon, Dmitriy Komissarov and Vladimir Rigmant

Tupolev Tu-16: Versatile Cold War Bomber by Yefim Gordon, Dmitriy Komissarov and Vladimir Rigmant

Famous Russian Aircraft: Tupolev Tu-95 & Tu-142 by Yefim Gordon and Dmitriy Komissarov

If needed I can send a folder with pictures of the pages with the information. There are quite a few though and I won't have time for at least a week after this post so there may be a delay.

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 7/19/2019 8:33:00 PM   
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quote:

After much delay, I am now ready to make my requests regarding Soviet nuclear weapons. Since I made my requests for the Su-6 attacker and Tu-16 changes, I have now learned that the database request threads aren't for everything that existed or even every little detail that is incorrect as much as it is for major inaccuracies and requests things for scenarios. Thus in this post, all of the requests are in regards to scenarios I plan to make.


Jo,

Noted for possible future inclusion.

-Wayne

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 7/22/2019 8:51:21 PM   
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Thanks on the to do list

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 8/26/2019 9:36:03 PM   
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Found an errata in the Yak-9 Frank fuel consumption table, as you can see in the image the burned fuel while at max power if by far the lowest of all. Giving it an endurance of as many as 8! hours at max speed.

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RE: Cold War Database 1946-1979 Platform Requests - 8/27/2019 1:24:34 AM   
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Could some more earlier Soviet carrier projects be added? Like Project 1153 and the Orel?

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