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Hi

Look like Spice 2000 Integrated on Israeli Barak. See photo below. Likely same for F-16I and F-15I. Will see if I can find pictures of those.

https://twitter.com/AbdNav2K1/status/11 ... 2169723906

Odd Another. This time Spice 2000 on F-15D Akef

https://twitter.com/AbdNav2K1/status/10 ... 4079852544

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Look like F-16 A/B Netz had lots of guided loadouts.

2 GBU-15, 2 Sidewinder B and 2 Tanks

https://twitter.com/AbdNav2K1/status/10 ... 0743754753

2 GBU-10, Pave Penny and 2 Tanks

https://twitter.com/AbdNav2K1/status/10 ... 5406455809

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Sufa GBU-10 Loadout. Probably since come to service.

https://twitter.com/AbdNav2K1/status/10 ... 7628338176

2 GBU-10, 2 Python IV, 2 Amraam C, 2 Lantern and 2 Tank.

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The F-15X Should have an AN/APG-82(V)1 instead of the AN/APG-63(V)3.

Sources: https://www.militaryaerospace.com/artic ... ckpit.html

http://aviationweek.com/combat-aircraft ... ils-emerge

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ASM-3 range should be 400 km now. Also could you add a load out for the F-2 fighters with an ASM-3 carried, along with 6 tube/VLS truck launched version that replaces the Type 12, and a ship launched version in a 4 missile box launcher?

http://aviationweek.com/awindefense/jap ... ip-missile
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There are no information for ship launched ASM-3, but it might be in the plan. There is information for super-sonic CM but it is different development. Also ASM-3ER for extend range to 400km is still in development, current ASM-3 has around 200km range. And because of PLAN's Navy power got stronger,the budget for production of ASM-3 is cancelled. The program for ASM-3ER will start 2020. So we don't have to worry adding ASM-3 to DB for next few years.
https://www.yomiuri.co.jp/politics/20190317-OYT1T50060/ (Japanese reference)
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South African Radar Updates


Update Entry #2673
System availability should be 1981 - 2006, title currently doesn't reflect this

Update Entry #2674
System life extension and modernisation, available from 2006 to present
- Decrease/improve OODA cycle to reflect the integration of a new processor suite, technical monitor workstations, custom-written software, servers and a converged TCP/IP network
- Update Abilities to reflect the integration of late 1990's technology

Delete Entry #994
Entry is a duplicate, fully covered by #2673 and #2674

Delete Entry #2677
South Africa has never operated Marconi S649 radars.

Add new Entry
Radar (S239 [Type 13] Height Finder) - South Africa - 1964-1971
- paired with Marconi S247 L and S-Band, back-to-back, long-range search radar until 1971 when the S.239 radars were replaced by either HF200 or S244/269 height finders.
- 800kW 10cm height finder
- Accuracy of +/- 500ft at 50nm
- Parabolic reflector nods to cover a vertical angle between -1deg and +25deg ten times per minute
- Transmits on a fixed freq in the 2.960-3.040 Mc/s band

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Radar (S247) (South Africa - 1964-1980)
- 2MW, Marconi S247 L and S-Band, back-to-back, long-range search radar
- paired with S239 (pedestal mounted Type 13 height finder), see CWDB entry #1917 for tech. The S239 height finders were replaced by either HF200 or S244/269 height finders in 1971.





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RE: Requests for DB3000 entries

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ORIGINAL: KC45

There are no information for ship launched ASM-3, but it might be in the plan. There is information for super-sonic CM but it is different development. Also ASM-3ER for extend range to 400km is still in development, current ASM-3 has around 200km range. And because of PLAN's Navy power got stronger,the budget for production of ASM-3 is cancelled. The program for ASM-3ER will start 2020. So we don't have to worry adding ASM-3 to DB for next few years.
https://www.yomiuri.co.jp/politics/20190317-OYT1T50060/ (Japanese reference)

It is fine to have a near future system like ASM-3ER in the game now. Is it going to take more than 5 years to extend the range of the ASM-3? It seems obvious that they would also field land and ship launched versions of ASM-3ER.
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Kasta 2E (#2248) has the same radar generation as the older P-19 it's supposed to replace.

A-7H has ALR-45/50 in 1976 (#2969), the ALR-66 in 1984 (#2267), then back to ALR-45/50 in 1990 (#1430), then finally the ALR-66 again from 2002 (#2067)
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Philippines additional entry (these are the recent acquisition of Armed Forces of the Philippines).
Be advised that ALL things listed here are only the ones which delivery is pending, delivered or contract has been signed and its being constructed. Efforts were made to ensure that no exaggerations nor unrealistic items were included on the list.

1. EL/M-2288 Radar - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

2. FA-50 updated Armaments
a. AIM-9L/i-1 Sidewinder - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)
b. JDAM (500 lbs, 1000 lbs and 2000 lbs) - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)
c. AGM-65 Maverick Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

3. Rafael SPYDER-MR - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

4. Hermes 450 - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

5. Embraer EMB-314 Super Tucano - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

6. S-70i/UH-60 Blackhawk Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

7. Cessna 208 Grand Caravan ISR - Source: h(can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

8. Pohang-class Corvette Flight III (BRP Conrado Yap PS-39) - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

9. Jose Rizal-class Frigate (K-FFX/Incheon-class Batch II) - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)
Specifications
General characteristics
Type: Frigate
Displacement: 2,600 tonnes (2,560 long tons; 2,870 short tons)
Length: 107 m (351 ft 1 in)
Beam: 13.8 m (45 ft 3 in)
Propulsion: Four (4) diesel engines in Combined Diesel and Diesel (CODAD) configuration
Speed:
Maximum: 25 knots (46.3 km/h; 28.8 mph)
Cruising: 15 kn (27.8 km/h; 17.3 mph)
Range: 4,500 nautical miles (8,330 km)
Boats & landing
craft carried: 2 × Rigid-hulled inflatable boat
Sensors and
processing systems:
Combat System:
Hanwha Group Hanwha Systems Naval Shield Baseline 2 ICMS [1]
Search radar:
Hensoldt TRS-3D Baseline D multi-mode phased array C-band radar[2]
Navigation radar:
Kelvin Hughes SharpEye I, E/F band radars [3]
Fire control radar:
Selex ES NA-25X fire control radar [2]
Electro-Optical Tracking System:
Safran PASEO NS (Naval System) [4]
Tactical Data Link:
Hanwha Group Hanwha Systems Link K,[2]
Air warfare Data Link 16 (planned),
Maritime Data Link 22 (planned)
Sonar: Harris Corporation Model 997 medium frequency active/passive ASW hull mounted sonar,[2]
Thales CAPTAS-2 Towed Array Sonar (planned)
Electronic warfare
& decoys:
ESM:Elbit Systems Elisra NS9300A[5]
Countermeasures :
Terma C-Guard, 2 x DL-6T launcher group with 6 x 130mm tubes[6]
Armament:
Guns:
1 x Oto Melara 76 mm Super Rapid Gun,
1 x ASELSAN SMASH 30mm Secondary Gun,[7]
4 x S&T Motiv 12.7mm K6 Heavy Machine Guns,
1 x Close-in weapon system (FFBNW)
Anti-air missile: 2 x Twin MBDA Simbad RC with Mistral missiles,
1 x single 8-cell Vertical Launching System (FFBNW)
Anti-surface missile: 2 x Twin LIGNex1 SSM-700K C-Star Anti Ship Missile
Torpedoes: 2 x triple torpedo launchers for LIGNex1 K745 Blue Shark torpedoes
Aircraft carried: 1 x Leonardo AW-159 Wildcat Anti-Submarine Helicopter
Aviation facilities: landing pad, hangar

10. AH-1F Cobra (ex-Jordanian Air Force) - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

11. T129 ATAK - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

12. Airbus C-295 - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

13. Multi-purpose Attack Craft based on Swedish CB-90 - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)
Variants
a. Armed with 50.cal
b. Armed with 50 cal, Mini Typhoon RCWS and Spike ER missile

14. AW-109E Power serving as a Light Armed Scout Helicopter (each for Air Force and Navy/Navalized variant) - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)
Armaments
a. 2x 50 cal
b. 6x Rockets

15. Boeing Insitu Scan Eagle UAV - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

16. AW-159 Wildcat Anti-Submarine Helicopter (armaments and sensors are heavily derived from South Korean Navy's Wildcats) - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

17. OV-10G++ Combat Dragon II (ex-USAF) - Source: (can't post it due to new membership, you may send me a PM)

18. AAV-7 (heavily derived from the K-AAV and AAV-7A1 of the South Korean Marines)

19. 155mm Elbit Systems Towed Howitzers

20. Hamilton-class/Gregorio del Pilar-class upgrade
Installed:
a. Sea Giraffe AMB Radar
b. Seaflir 230
c. Ultra Electronics Sonar and ESM (specifics unknown)
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Scenario Reds, Issue #3. Command is updated to v1.15.2. Scenario updated to DB 477.

DB Entry for SAM BN (HQ-12) Unit #1277 says for Missle Defence 1 Harpoon /SLAM.
However, the SAM can easily shoot down 2 HARM or 2 Fasthawk Missles. My guess is Missle Defence should be at least 6.

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Some request on French forces:

Weapons:
Mica-NG infrared
Mica-NG active radar


Those are new version of the Mica AAMs (DB ID 1872 and 1873)
Main changes are upgraded seekers (with an AESA for the radar), more propellant volume and a dual-pulse engine:

More specifically, the infrared seeker will use a matrix sensor providing greater sensitivity. Meanwhile the radio frequency seeker will use an AESA (Active Electronically Scanned Antenna), enabling smart detection strategies. The reduced volume of electronic components within MICA NG will allow it to carry a larger quantity of propellant, thereby significantly extending the range of the missile. Utilising a new double-pulse rocket motor will also provide additional energy to the missile at the end of its flight to improve manoeuvrability and the ability to intercept targets at long range.
manufacturer PR

IOC 2026, will be carried by Rafale, Mirage 200D and Mirage 200-5:
source

The main issue for DB addition is the range. Current MICAs are modelled with 45nm range. As a comparison, the AMRAAM went from 60nm to 75nm range in the DB from the -C7 do the -D, which apparently introduced a dual pulse engine. That's a 25% increase. So Mica-NG should have the same increase at least, giving a range of 55nm.
Also, Mica are CEC capable, this should be added in the DB, it's important with the recent air warfare changes. There was a test of a Mica radar version with designation from another platform, with the target behind the shooter:
source


Aircraft:
Mirage 2000D MLU
It is an upgrade of the Mirage 2000D (DB ID 3931), with the main changes being the addition of a podded canon, and the replacement of the Magic II AAM by Mica IR:
https://www.defense.gouv.fr/actualites/ ... age-2000-d
picture of a test flight:
https://ftp.evac-fr.net/ergo/images/2000D_RMV.JPG
IOC 2020, 55x:
source: budget documents

Armed Reaper UAV
The reaper UAV are represented as unarmed in the database (ID 3231). Starting from 2019 they will be armed:
source
Since France has ordered 6 block I and 6 block 5, I suggest to add the block 5 with an IOC of 2019 (basically clone the US block 5 DB ID 4536)

SDAM drone
A drone helo to be carried by the frigates: will carry a radar and an IR turret at the same time, 10hours of autonomy, 15kg fuel/hr, 4hr of maintenace every 50hr (so the ready time should be much shorter than a traditional helo), top speed 185km/h, max altitude 6000m. Will come as an addition to the existing helo since it can fit in the remaining space in the hangars due to its small size
IOC 2028
source
also here
also here

Ships
Air defense version of the FREMM (FREMM AAW)
Already exists in the DB as the 2022 version of the FREMM ASW (DB ID 2794). The ASW should be replaced by AAW to avoid confusion

Intermediate size frigate
5x, IOC 2025
Basically a FREMM ASW with the 16 MdCN removed, and the radar replaced by a fixed-plate Seafire AESA. The CAPTAS towed sonar is also replaced by a lighter version with the same performance called CAPTAS nano:
manufacturer PR
full specs at wikipedia, primary source


upgraded Lafayette frigates
3x, IOC 2021
An upgraded version of DB ID 2520, with an added bow sonar, and the Crotale SHORAD replaced by two SADRAL Mistral launchers. Will use block III exocest but that's already the case in the DB
The firing facilities of the 8 anti-ship missiles, now the Exocet MM40 Block2, will be modified for the implementation of Exocet Block3/Block3c. The Crotale system with its 8 missiles in battery and 16 in cargo hold will be landed and replaced by two Sadral with 6 Mistral missiles each. These systems will come from the former anti-submarine frigates Dupleix, Montcalm and Jean de Vienne, which were retired in 2014, 2017 and 2018. Upgraded, the Sadral will implement the latest version of the Mistral, with an improved self-director to increase anti-missile capability and also to address asymmetric threats, including surface targets such as fast boats. The renovated FLFs will also be equipped with the new KingKlip Mk2 hull sonar, which will give them an anti-submarine warfare capability that these vessels have hitherto lacked (only the Surcouf is equipped on an experimental basis with a BlueWatcher hull sonar since 2017).
source

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Weight of GBU-58 bomb is not 275 kg. It is based od Mk81 bomb (250lb) and should be much ligher and not same as GBU-12.
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DDG-124 is not a Flight III Arleigh Burke but a Flight IIA Technology Insertion. Flight III starts from DDG-125 (excluding DDG-127)
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Hellos

Please adds F-16C Baraks loadout Rockeye

https://twitter.com/Kobaz4/status/1113794442727653376

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Please add new Norwegian Tanker replenishment ship. A530 Maud (2019 IOC) It tide variant.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HNoMS_Maud

https://twitter.com/zwedennieuws/status ... 0236140544

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RE: Thread for DB3000 database problems, updates or issues

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A little bit more on potential entry requests for the Mexican Navy vessels I talked about on March 7th of this year.

For the Bronsteins sold to Mexico... To reiterate, they are the E-42/F202 ARM Hermengildo Galeana and ARM E-40/F-201 Nicolas Bravo.
AN/SPS-10 for Air Search Radars
AN/SPS-40 for Surface Search Radars
AN/SPG-35 Gun fire control radar
AN/SQS-26 bow-mounted sonar
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Please add JAGM Missile to platforms. Replace Maverick, Hellfires and TOW. Coming very soon. Probably importants update for CMANO.

https://www.janes.com/article/87776/us- ... production

Datas on missile

https://www.dau.mil/cop/ammo/DAU%20Spon ... 20Book.pdf
JAGM’s first increment incorporates a dual mode guidance section capable of Precision Point targeting using a Semi Active Laser (SAL)
sensor, Fire and Forget targeting using Millimeter Wave (MMW) radar, and a targeting capability that leverages both radar and laser targeting
capabilities for maximum operational flexibility. JAGM leverages the fielded and combat proven HELLFIRE II Romeo (AGM-114R) propulsion, warhead, and control sections. The JAGM system will be compatible with all Joint Rotary Wing and Unmanned Aerial Systems that are
compatible with the HELLFIRE II missile. JAGM Increment 1 will have an 8 km range, be 70 inches in length, and have a weight of 115 lbs.
JAGM Increment 2 adds increased range and terminal aim point targeting, as well as passive lock-on-after-launch capability. JAGM Increment
3 adds passive lock-on-before-launch targeting capability and increases to a 16km range.

https://asc.army.mil/web/portfolio-item/ms-jagm/

https://www.janes.com/article/81125/jagm-enters-lrip

Loadouts

Same as hellfires on the helicopter (AH-1Z, Apache, MH-60R)

https://newatlas.com/lockheed-martin-ja ... 8/#gallery

Army Grey Eagle UAV

https://breakingdefense.com/2016/06/jag ... rone-test/

Hornet

In 3's like Brimstone

https://newatlas.com/lockheed-martin-ja ... 8/#p152008

Will be added to Army MML launcher as well.


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Please add Indian Amphibious Class MK IV LCU class

https://proxy.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=http ... 18.jpg&f=1

https://www.janes.com/article/87630/ind ... -mk-iv-lcu
The Indian Navy has commissioned its sixth Mk IV landing craft utility (LCU).

The vessel (L 56), which was launched by India's state-owned shipyard Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) in March 2016, was commissioned on 30 March in a ceremony at Kolkata, the country's Ministry of Defence announced on the same day.

The LCU is part of an INR21 billion (USD303 million) contract signed between GRSE and the Indian government in September 2011. The first of class (L 51) was commissioned in March 2017, while a further four LCUs (L 52 to L 55) were inducted between August that year and December 2018.

The vessel has a standard displacement of 830 tonnes, an overall length of 62.8 m, an overall beam of 11 m, and a hull draught of 2.2 m. Powered by two MTU 16V 4000 M53 diesel engines with a power rating of 1,840 kW, and a twin fixed-pitch propeller propulsion system, the LCU can attain a maximum speed of 15 kt and a standard range of 1,500 n miles at 12 kt. It can accommodate 50 personnel, including five officers.

The LCU is armed with two 30 mm CRN-91 Sarath naval gun system turrets manufactured by Ordnance Factory Medak that are each complemented with a Bharat Electronics-built EON-51 electro-optic fire-control director. The vessel has a lift capacity for up to 160 fully equipped soldiers.

https://www.naval-technology.com/projec ... ility-lcu/
The Mark-IV Class LCU is powered by two MTU 16V 4000 M53 marine diesel engines coupled to a twin-propeller fixed-pitch propulsion system.
The propulsion system enables the LCU to attain a maximum speed of 15kt and a range of more than 1,500nmi.







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