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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 9/28/2014 9:49:14 PM   
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Here you get various North Korean multi-unit builds of:

Active Nuclear Plants (all)
Inactive/Unfinished Nuclear Plants (all but one missing but already working on it)
Missile Launch Sites (all)
Underground Facilities (only one, more to come soon)

Hope this helps!

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 12/29/2014 8:30:29 PM   
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Belgium's and Netherlands' 2014 active airbases as single units.

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 12/30/2014 11:54:54 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Jan Masterson

Belgium's and Netherlands' 2014 active airbases as single units.


Can't download the file.

Everytime I hit the download button my computer crashes.

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 12/31/2014 12:18:42 AM   
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Wow, that's new. Tried the other attachments (from the other post)?

Alternatively try that url: http://warfiles.org/2014_BENL_SingleUnitAB.zip (1.88 Kb)

I take no responsibility if your computer explode, your house burn or a meteor hit your car though.

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 12/31/2014 11:58:07 AM   
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Yes, only this file seems to have something evil in it. Haven't seen this happening before. Maybe some computer expert of the community will see this and knows what's going on here. I doubt this has anything to do with the file itself (unless you packed something in there). Since then, I think I better keep away from the download!

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 1/15/2015 8:19:59 AM   
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Heya,

here are the Russian Early Warning Radars as for January 2015 based on the following sources:
- Early warning - Russian strategic nuclear forces http://russianforces.org/sprn/
- Podvig, Pavel (2002). "History and the Current Status of the Russian Early-Warning System". (PDF)





The file have been scanned by www.metascan-online.com and my local AV solution, however please note that I take no responsibility if your computer shut down by itself, explode, your house burn or for whatever extraordinary happen to you.

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 1/17/2015 12:05:38 AM   
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Heya,

a selection of circa 2015 active French airbases, Armée de l'Air, Marine Nationale and Aviation Légère de l'Armée de Terre as single units.




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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 1/30/2015 12:11:32 AM   
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ORIGINAL: mx1

Polish Air Force - facilities

This pack contains:

- all Polish Air Force bases (modeled as individual facilities, not single units) which are operational (as of 2014) and have combat units stationed except for Krakow-Balice AFB (8th Transport Airbase) which is actually part of Cracow International Airport and Warszawa-Okecie AFB (1st Transport Airbase) which is part of Warsaw International Airport.
- six NATO long range radar sites (NATO backbone) operated by Air Force. As the current DB (403) does not contain NUR-12M/TRD-1222 all radars are modeled as RAT-31DL but name of site indicates correct radar type.
- peace time locations of all Air Force radar sites. The current database does not contain required sensor types (NUR-31, NUR-41 and TRS-15), so they are all modeled as NUR-12 (TRD-1211) radars (I used unit RM-100 and replaced radar sensor).

Notes:
1. All objects placed at precise locations as indicated by Google/Bing satelite maps (I did not used overlays for radar sites, so they are placed with 1" of arc precision).
2. All airbases in this file have a long history and have been build before or during 2nd World War, so the locations and most facilities are valid from early 1950s. The only exception is Minsk Mazowiecki AFB which has been opened in 1957.
3. krt in the radar site name stands for "Kompania Radiotechniczna" (Radiotechnical Company). Each krt operates more than one radar unit - in the file just one radar is modeled.
4. I plan to update the package with correct types of radars as soon as they are included in database.
5. KMZ file containing all radar sites can be found at: drive.google.com/file/d/0B_vdeIgZhq1cVjF5Uk9MMUFkZ00/edit?usp=sharing
6. Overlays for airbases can be downloaded (300MB zip) from: docs.google.com/uc?id=0B_vdeIgZhq1cSXRpaTZ4MG1PVG8&export=download
7. Polish Navy operates its own network of radars - they are not included yet.
8. Air Force SAM sites will be included in future.
9. Source information can be found at: infowsparcie.net/wria/o_autorze/wrt.html



mx1,
Did you update the Polish EW...the following was added
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W-3T Sokol -- Poland (Navy), 1987, 2x
W-3T Sokol -- Poland (Army), 1987, 4x, Mi-2 inspired
W-3RM/WARM Anakonda -- Poland (Navy), 1990, 8x
W-3W/WA Sokol -- Poland (Army), 1990, 34x
PZL M28B Bryza 1RM bis [An-28 Copy] -- Poland (Navy), 1995, 7x
SSM Bty (Naval Strike Missile (NSM)) -- Poland (Navy), 2013, 2x + 1x NUR-15 Odra-C FCR
Radar (NUR-11) -- Poland (Air Force), 1994
Radar (NUR-12 [TRD-1211]) -- Poland (Air Force), 1996, Mobile
Radar (NUR-12M [TRD-1222]) -- Poland (Air Force), 2008, Backbone, Fixed
Radar (NUR-12ME [TRD-1235]) -- Poland (Air Force), 2008, Mobile, Upgraded NUR-12
Radar (NUR-15 Odra [TRS-15]) -- Poland (Air Force), 2008, Mobile Medium-Range 3D Surveillance
Radar (NUR-15 Odra-C [TRS-15C]) -- Poland (Navy), 2011, 2x, NSM Fire Control
Radar (NUR-15 Odra-M [TRS-15M]) -- Poland (Air Force), 2016, Mobile Medium-Range 3D Surveillance, TRS-19 Export Designation
Radar (NUR-21) -- Poland (Army), 1988, Mobile Tactical Radar
Radar (NUR-22 Izabela) -- Poland (Army), 1996, MR Air Search, NUR-21 replacement
Radar (NUR-26A) -- Poland (Army), 1996, MR Air Search, NUR-21 replacement
Radar (NUR-31) -- Poland (Air Force), 1978, Assoc w NUR-41 HF
Radar (NUR-41 HF) -- Poland (Air Force), 1978, Assoc w NUR-31 2D


looking forward to it

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 2/1/2015 9:55:01 PM   
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As requested - Polish AFB & radar site version 3 using latest database.

This pack contains:
- all Polish Air Force bases (modeled as individual facilities, not single units) which are operational (as of 2015) and have combat units stationed except for Krakow-Balice AFB (8 Transport Airbase) which is actually part of Cracow International Airport and Warszawa-Okecie AFB (1 Transport Airbase) which is part of Warsaw International Airport.
- six NATO long range radar sites (NATO backbone).
- peace time locations of Air Force radar sites.
- four joint Border Guards (Straz Graniczna)/Navy observation posts

Notes:
1. All objects placed at precise locations as indicated by Google/Bing satelite maps (I did not used overlays for radar sites, so they are placed with one second of arc precision). Observation post #26 has been moved around 700 m west as the real coordinates taken from Google Earth seems to be in the sea in CMANO map.
2. To get proper sensors on observation posts you need to apply SBR script included in zip, otherwise they'll be just generic surface search radars.
3. All airbases in this file have a long history and have been build before or during 2nd World War, so the locations and most facilities are valid from early 1950s. The only exception is Minsk Mazowiecki AFB which has been opened in 1957.

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 2/8/2015 11:42:07 PM   
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Italian ORBAT, from Italian White Paper & Scramble. Squadrons included.

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 2/9/2015 12:58:55 AM   
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Great work mx1 and renders!




Here are the French Army bases as in 2015



As for the OOB: http://wiki.baloogancampaign.com/index.php/France_Army_OOB_2015

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 2/16/2015 9:36:26 PM   
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Here are 13 facilities(1145 total units), associated with the DPRK's NBC and missile programs(R&D, production, storage, etc.)

3 April Factory
8 February Factory
Academy of Science Campus
Aoji-ri Chemical Complex
Ch'ongjin Chemical Fiber Complex
Hagap Underground Suspected Nuclear Facility
Hamhung University of Chemical Engineering
KEDO LWR
Kim Il-sung University
Kum Song Tractor Factory
Namhung Youth Chemical Complex
No-Dong Launch Facility
Yongbyon Nuclear Research Center

sources: http://www.nti.org/country-profiles/north-korea/, http://38north.org/, http://nkleadershipwatch.wordpress.com/, http://fas.org/nuke/guide/dprk/, wikimapia, among others

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 2/16/2015 9:46:29 PM   
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German EW timeframes:
1995-10/2011
11/2011-6/2013
7/2013
8/2013-11/2013
12/2013-1/2014
2/2014-6/2014
7/2014-12/2014
2015

German Airbases:
Buchel
Laage
Neuburg
Nordholz Naval AB
Norvenich
Schleswig-Jagel
Wittmundhafen

US-German Airbases:
Ramstein
Spangdahlem

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 2/20/2015 6:38:36 PM   
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Updated version of the already existing but incomplete Venezuelan Capitan Manuel Rios Guarico AB.

sources: http://www.bing.com/maps/, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pw-uBis0YU

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 3/10/2015 3:24:21 AM   
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I've seen a few Baltic scenarios lately and realized we didn't have installation files for anything in Estonia. Boredom led me to fire up Google Earth tonight and this is the end product. I tried to get everything close to where I could see on the imagery. Gas tanks and ammo pads at the civil airfields are notional of course but included in case scenario designers wish to use them as auxiliary or diversionary fields.

Included:
Amari
Kardla
Kuressaare
Tallinn
Tartu
EW Radar sites at Kellavere, Muhu, and Oteppa

Any errors please let me know. Hope this helps at least one person...

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 3/10/2015 10:55:57 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: ThunderCBR

I've seen a few Baltic scenarios lately and realized we didn't have installation files for anything in Estonia. Boredom led me to fire up Google Earth tonight and this is the end product. I tried to get everything close to where I could see on the imagery. Gas tanks and ammo pads at the civil airfields are notional of course but included in case scenario designers wish to use them as auxiliary or diversionary fields.

Included:
Amari
Kardla
Kuressaare
Tallinn
Tartu
EW Radar sites at Kellavere, Muhu, and Oteppa

Any errors please let me know. Hope this helps at least one person...


I looked into Estonian EW a few weeks ago, this article has several types and general locations, hope this helps
from http://www.janes.com/article/48391/estonia-completes-air-surveillance-programme
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...The country inherited a single P-37 'Bar Lock' military air surveillance radar at Tallinn Airport on independence from the Soviet Union, but no other form of military radar capability. Improving its airspace-monitoring capabilities has been a key goal of the nation since its independence, which it has now fully achieved.

Although Estonia has for a few years had an electronic surveillance system deployed close to its eastern border monitoring Russian activities, the GM400 at Tõikamäe provides its first radar-based air surveillance capability in the region.

Together with a Lockheed Martin AN/TPS-77 radar installed at Kellavere, and an ASR8 radar at Amari Air Base, the new GM400 radars provide complete military air surveillance coverage of Estonian airspace.

With an operational range of at least 470 km, the two GM403 radars each provide coverage of all of Estonia, with the radar installed at Tõikamäe also covering all of Latvia, most of Lithuania, and parts of northern Belarus and western Russia.

Meanwhile, the GM403 radar at Muhu provides coverage over the majority of the Baltic Sea and the entirety of the Gulf of Finland. The country also possesses two Saab Giraffe-AMB C-band air surveillance/targeting radars based with the Estonian Defence Forces' air defence unit at Tapa in northeast Estonia...

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 3/10/2015 11:06:44 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Rudd

I looked into Estonian EW a few weeks ago, this article has several types and general locations, hope this helps
from http://www.janes.com/article/48391/estonia-completes-air-surveillance-programme
quote:

...The country inherited a single P-37 'Bar Lock' military air surveillance radar at Tallinn Airport on independence from the Soviet Union, but no other form of military radar capability. Improving its airspace-monitoring capabilities has been a key goal of the nation since its independence, which it has now fully achieved.

Although Estonia has for a few years had an electronic surveillance system deployed close to its eastern border monitoring Russian activities, the GM400 at Tõikamäe provides its first radar-based air surveillance capability in the region.

Together with a Lockheed Martin AN/TPS-77 radar installed at Kellavere, and an ASR8 radar at Amari Air Base, the new GM400 radars provide complete military air surveillance coverage of Estonian airspace.

With an operational range of at least 470 km, the two GM403 radars each provide coverage of all of Estonia, with the radar installed at Tõikamäe also covering all of Latvia, most of Lithuania, and parts of northern Belarus and western Russia.

Meanwhile, the GM403 radar at Muhu provides coverage over the majority of the Baltic Sea and the entirety of the Gulf of Finland. The country also possesses two Saab Giraffe-AMB C-band air surveillance/targeting radars based with the Estonian Defence Forces' air defence unit at Tapa in northeast Estonia...



Thanks for the link and it does clear up one thing but opens two others. My research last said the P-37's at Tallinn, of which there were two inherited, have been decommissioned and placed in museums. Additionally, the Kellavere was an FPS-117 with a few others nothing a TPS-77 in a semi-permanent installation like noted in your link. Missed the ASR8 at Amari though. Trying to find it on imagery to pinpoint the location.


EDIT: Found the signature of the ASR-8 at Amari... how in the world did I miss that last night?? Thanks!!

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 5/26/2015 3:45:09 AM   
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Attached is a scenario which is basically blank except for my attempt to create Spratly islands reclaimed by china. I tried saving these and then importing. But it doesn't seem to work, maybe because they are located over water. I created them as I described on a previous post by making them in land and them moving them to their locations.

These are very novice guesses of what I imagine these will could look like in a few years if they become militarized. I wouldn't mind and in fact would like if others would comment on how I could improve these such as adding islands or adjusting the number/types of facilities at these islands. These are for anyone to use/share/edit as they please and if there are changes could you post back to me? I have some SSM, SAM, AAA, and radars. Many of the radars are generic. Would be happy to have others suggest any changes to these as well.



Hope this can be of help to someone to make a south china sea scenario. I will try to make one as well but no promises if/when it's completed.

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 6/2/2015 3:37:22 PM   
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ORIGINAL: orca

Attached is a scenario which is basically blank except for my attempt to create Spratly islands reclaimed by china. I tried saving these and then importing. But it doesn't seem to work, maybe because they are located over water. I created them as I described on a previous post by making them in land and them moving them to their locations.

These are very novice guesses of what I imagine these will could look like in a few years if they become militarized. I wouldn't mind and in fact would like if others would comment on how I could improve these such as adding islands or adjusting the number/types of facilities at these islands. These are for anyone to use/share/edit as they please and if there are changes could you post back to me? I have some SSM, SAM, AAA, and radars. Many of the radars are generic. Would be happy to have others suggest any changes to these as well.



Hope this can be of help to someone to make a south china sea scenario. I will try to make one as well but no promises if/when it's completed.


Do you mind if anyone else takes this as a base and expands on it?

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB: Get them here - 6/9/2015 1:28:24 AM   
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Here are the current Mexican Airbases. They are single-unit airfields currently. However, I am working on mapping them. Let me know if you can't download them.

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB: Get them here - 6/13/2015 11:31:29 PM   
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Hey everyone. Here is an .INST file with all the world's capitals.

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 6/13/2015 11:46:04 PM   
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They are for everyone. Feel free to use them.

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Cold War Continued - 8/7/2015 7:48:58 AM   
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Hi Folks

I am posting here for the first time, I am intrested intensley in the cold war period, I got wondering about what would the 1990s/2000s look like if it had continued. I have created a few groups of units in case anyone is intrested in using them.

I have started with the airfields of NATO in europe. I intend to do every country as per the 1989 NATO Orbat.

I have made one error though I have saved them all in one inst file , so unfortunately if you want 1 airfield you have to load them all

I have done these in the main as indvidual units and not the pre-made airfields, I have tried as best I can to make them accurate, I have included runways, runway grade taxiways , access points, HAS shelters, tarmac areas, hangars, ammo bunkers and fuel tanks, the essentials of any hardened Airfield.

There are a couple of the airfields Pezing for example, it was a transport airfield but with a HAS complex for REFORGER squadrons, on that I cheated a little and used a pre made airfield and added the HAS Complex.

Enjoy and if anyone should have similar files , then give me a shout and we can either avoid duplication or work together to cover the full ORBAT

Included are:

Belgian AF airfields
Canadian CFB airfields
An Updated DDR fixed SAM Defences, replacing the SA2/3 sites with SA10 / SA12 systems
Danish AF Airfields
FRG Luftwaffe Airfields (Bundesmarine Airfields to come)
NATO AEW Airfield
RAF Germany Airfields
USAFE (European Central Front Airfields) ONLY PARTIALY DONE

I will update this as I go, but it takes a while lol



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RE: Cold War Continued - 9/3/2015 8:35:12 AM   
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Another wee update folks

I have completed the vast majority of NATO airfields and radars, I am missing some RAF stations , Spanish AFB and Dutch Airfields and Radars.

As for Neutrals, I am missing Finland and Yugoslav fixed radar sites.

The Warsaw Pact is a bit less complete I only have soviet GDR airfields in at present.

Well over 95% of these airfields are proper airfields NOT single airfields. I also have the overlay tiles for many if this is any help

Feedback welcome.

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RE: Cold War Continued - 9/3/2015 9:20:38 AM   
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Part 2 Neutral Facilties and the Few I have from the Warsaw Pact Side

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RE: Cold War Continued - 9/3/2015 2:25:37 PM   
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Maybe some of this helps:
http://wiki.baloogancampaign.com/index.php/Import?Location=imports%2F%2Fcomsubpac

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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 10/23/2015 6:04:24 PM   
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Hello all

Here are the main French Guyana installations. This encompassses the French/European Space Port, the Guyana Space Center of Kourou, and all its components (adminsitrative, tracking, control, launch, protection, trials production and storage facilities) as well as the Félix Eboué Airport which host the Military Airbase Cayenne-Rochambeau BA 367 and the surveillance radars (old and new, you can delete one or another as you see fit to match your scenario timeline). I couldn't include the space tracking and monitoring radars since they aren't in the database, but they are displayed as TV mast buidlings/space tracking antennas. I didn't include the Mistral local air defenses neither.



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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 10/23/2015 8:29:49 PM   
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I've also done the Martinque and the Guadeloupe main airports, the Martinique one have a small Airbase attached to it.




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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 10/30/2015 2:08:08 PM   
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Improved inst file for Japan SAMs, listed all missile sites according to Japan MoD, OOB were taken from Wiki and cross checked with MOD material. Direction of radar was not adjusted.

The EW radar inst file (Japan EW 2013)was good except it didn't include the 14th MD battery of US 94th MD command, its an extra TPX-2 radar at the site of 35th AC&W SQ JASDF. So i did not make a new one.


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RE: Import/Export Facilities DB - 2/7/2016 12:47:22 AM   
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Did anyone ever settle on a file-name standard for these? I've got the PVO 1st Air Army (ie, The Moscow SAM Rings) done for 1968 and 1975, before I upload I wanted to make sure there's no specific naming convention.

I'm working through the whole PVO based on this site: http://www.ww2.dk/new/newindex.htm
It's going to take a while....

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