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#1006 broncepulido

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Posted 28 October 2017 - 04:35 PM

As curiosity, the first two Bangladeshi submarines, both Ming-type delivered in March 2017:

https://en.wikipedia...i/BNS_Nabajatra

https://en.wikipedia...ki/BNS_Joyjatra



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Posted 29 October 2017 - 03:22 AM

Chinese warship #3021 Luzhou Type 051C has Plane Capacity=2, should be Plane Capacity=0, as has not hangar (SS-N-20 launcher complex size precludes the installation of hangar in the aftercastle, showed in photos below). Also, probably Helipad should be "small" (The Chinese warships is a confuse matter because all are much alike between them!):

https://commons.wiki...N_115_fleet.jpg

https://commons.wiki...5)_20150817.jpg

https://commons.wiki...5)_20150911.jpg



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Posted 29 October 2017 - 07:02 AM

Chinese warship #3021 Luzhou Type 051C has Plane Capacity=2, should be Plane Capacity=0, as has not hangar (SS-N-20 launcher complex size precludes the installation of hangar in the aftercastle, showed in photos below). Also, probably Helipad should be "small" (The Chinese warships is a confuse matter because all are much alike between them!)


The presence of a hangar is not the sole determinant of whether a ship has the ability to land a helicopter (e.g. many replenishment vessels), although it is obviously germane to the ability to sustain aviation capability.

 

Meanwhile I think you meant SA-N-20 instead of SS-N-20.  ;)



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Posted 04 November 2017 - 03:53 AM

SPS-77 Sea Giraffe for Philippines Hamilton-class cutters (I don't put this in the News section because some issues with my mobile): https://www.update.p...axdefense/22186

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Posted 05 November 2017 - 04:05 AM

UK AFS #2191 Fort Rosalie-class has both 20mm/85 GAM-B01 pointing port side.



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Posted 06 November 2017 - 04:24 PM

Cuban warship (Soviet type) #206 P-4 Pr123K 80 has Speed=0, should be 50 knots.

 

http://russianships....project_123.htm



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Posted 09 November 2017 - 01:19 PM

Syria #11218 MIG-21MF Fishbed J 80 has a loadout (#57201 Intercept-2) with main armament 4xAIM-9P Sidewinder (#18760), shared with other two MiG-21MF (#11398 and #9723) both of Egypt and historically correct after Egypt changed sides in Cold War.

But I don't know about AIM-9 Sidewinder in Syrian service, think it should be a loadout almost identical but with 4xAA-2 Atoll D (R-13M)(#18532), as sugested from the text description (#2595), but I don't find no similar loadout in the DB.



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Posted 15 November 2017 - 11:07 AM

Syria #11218 MIG-21MF Fishbed J 80 has a loadout (#57201 Intercept-2) with main armament 4xAIM-9P Sidewinder (#18760), shared with other two MiG-21MF (#11398 and #9723) both of Egypt and historically correct after Egypt changed sides in Cold War. But I don't know about AIM-9 Sidewinder in Syrian service, think it should be a loadout almost identical but with 4xAA-2 Atoll D (R-13M)(#18532), as sugested from the text description (#2595), but I don't find no similar loadout in the DB.

 

Don't overthink it ... its an error.

 

Hoping to find time soon to get a new update available.



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Posted 14 December 2017 - 03:34 PM

Just reading this news report I did a view on LRASM in HCDB2 (Now only employed in HCBD2 in loadout #54617 FA-18E USN20, Standoff-3):

https://news.usni.or...rce-b-1b-bomber

 

Weapon #16448 AGM-158C LRASM apparently has not active radar terminal homing, I think the flags "Radar guided" and "Terminal guidance" should be replaced by "Anti-radar".

 

I also think it's probably the result of a strange redaction in the initial textual descriptions of this missile, just as I see now reflected in this personal note of me:

 

 

GPS, inertial, Imaging Infra Red (IIR)(95%?), anti-radar (RWR; ESM)((85?%), not active radar or emissions, but also active radar homing capable.

Probably took from a phrase similar to this one on Wikipedia:

 

 

An LRASM can find its own target autonomously by using its active radar homing to locate ships in an area, then using passive measures once on terminal approach. 

But the subjacent idea is LRASM locate enemy ships detecting the enemy ships radars, thanks at its ESM/Anti-Radar seeker, but no using LRASM any active radar homing radar.

 

But is clear now:

https://en.wikipedia.../AGM-158C_LRASM

 

 

To ensure survivability to and effectiveness against a target, the LRASM is equipped with a BAE Systems-designed seeker and guidance system, integrating jam-resistant GPS/INS, passive RF and threat warning receiver, an imaging infrared (IIR infrared homing) seeker with automatic scene/target matching recognition, a data-link, and passive Electronic Support Measure (ESM) and radar warning receiversensors.

 

 

 

Aside from short, low-power data-link transmissions, the LRASM does not emit signals, which combined with the low-RCS JASSM airframe and low IR signature reduces detectability. 


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Posted 15 December 2017 - 09:05 AM

Unfortunately for the sim, technology is outstripping the capability of the code. LRASM will be capable of going after a particular ship in a group.



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Posted 14 January 2018 - 04:08 AM

Future Spanish frigate F110-class, or at least a placeholder.

 

On the last news to be introduced in 2023.

 

Steel hull, probably composite superstructures.

 

Main radar will be probably Australian CEAFAR 2/CEAMOUNT/CEA-FAR (In part by commonality with a probably exportation of a new frigate design to Australia, SEA 5000 program):

http://www.ejercitos...ustralian-navy/

 

Description of CEAFAR/CEAMOUNT here:

CEAFAR: AESA search radar, S-Band, six faces, up to 4096 elements by face.

CEAMOUNT: AESA fire control radar (to guide ESSM and others), X-Band, four faces, 1024 elements by face.

http://www.theaustra...f8cc4af24a38676

 

SAM will be probably Sea Ceptor/CAMM:

http://www.infodefen...or-fragata.html

 

 

 

(I will update successively this post)



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Posted 14 January 2018 - 04:13 AM

The future class of submarines S-80 Isaac Peral will be introduced from September 2023 (Original intended year was 2013!).

The first two without AIP, the two later boats will be equipped with AIP from start. On the first ones AIP will be added later:

http://www.abc.es/es...48_noticia.html






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