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  1. The Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB) is a weapon made by Boeing and the Saab Group, who modified Boeing's GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) with the addition of a rocket motor. Initial testing began in 2015. If supplied to Ukraine in 2023, this would mark the weapon's first export and use in combat. The weapon is launched from ground-based missile systems such as the M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System and M142 HIMARS. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_Launched_Small_Diameter_Bomb
  2. The Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB) is a weapon made by Boeing and the Saab Group, who modified Boeing's GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb (SDB) with the addition of a rocket motor. Initial testing began in 2015. If supplied to Ukraine in 2023, this would mark the weapon's first export and use in combat. The weapon is launched from ground-based missile systems such as the M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System and M142 HIMARS. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_Launched_Small_Diameter_Bomb View full record
  3. The other part of the issue is that the GE takes all ammo from one ship regardless of the ROF of the mount instead of doing to the next available mount/ship after the ROF was reached.
  4. Don Were you able to Ignore and keep playing the game?
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    Hwasong-12

    Mobile intermediate-range ballistic missile developed by North Korea. The Hwasong-12 was first revealed to the international community in a military parade on 14 April 2017 celebrating the Day of the Sun which is the birthday anniversary of North Korea's founding President, Kim Il-sung. North Korea tested Hwasong-12 on 30 January 2022. Initial estimates suggest the Hwasong-12 would have a maximum range of between 3,700 km (2,300 mi) with a 650 kg (1,430 lb) payload. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hwasong-12
  6. Mobile intermediate-range ballistic missile developed by North Korea. The Hwasong-12 was first revealed to the international community in a military parade on 14 April 2017 celebrating the Day of the Sun which is the birthday anniversary of North Korea's founding President, Kim Il-sung. North Korea tested Hwasong-12 on 30 January 2022. Initial estimates suggest the Hwasong-12 would have a maximum range of between 3,700 km (2,300 mi) with a 650 kg (1,430 lb) payload. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hwasong-12 View full record
  7. Attached are my 2 GE saved logs. It appears in the 2nd log file is when the patrols messages appear. ge.zip
  8. Attached is the last good saved game before air patrols became corrupt. Unit ID Test 1-39.0008.zip
  9. Tracked down the file just before the first air patrol in Guam becomes corrupt. It doesn't repeat every time, but the event does happen. Launch GE Locate Guam on the map. Run the GE for 1 second. While GE is doing what the GE does change time to 0 When you get the message below open the formation editor on Guam and look for a Fighter Drone patrol This is the first corrupted patrol. You will not be able to delete the patrol in the Formation Editor, but you can still split from the base at this time. If you have any questions please let me know. Unit ID Test 1-41.0001.zip
  10. This is a question for CV32. He is the one who makes the entries into HCDB2
  11. I haven't got that far yet. I was busy trying to save my way word air patrols!
  12. I was finally able to do an AC split from the GE. It appears that some patrols left their areas of patrol bu many miles.
  13. It appears that the air patrol crashing is back. I have had 2 ASW patrols crash, and I am unable to delete air patrols in my TG's Attached is a save game with the air patrols that were not able to be deleted in TG AEC Air Patrols Crashing.zip
  14. The KSS-III submarine, also classified as the Dosan Ahn Changho-class submarines - is a series of diesel-electric attack submarines currently being built for the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN), jointly by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI). The KSS-III is the final phase of the Korean Attack Submarine program, a three-phased program to build 27 attack submarines for the ROKN, between 1994–2029. The KSS-III initiative consists of the development of nine diesel-electric attack submarines, capable of firing submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM), to be built in three batches. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KSS-III_submarine
  15. The KSS-III submarine, also classified as the Dosan Ahn Changho-class submarines - is a series of diesel-electric attack submarines currently being built for the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN), jointly by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI). The KSS-III is the final phase of the Korean Attack Submarine program, a three-phased program to build 27 attack submarines for the ROKN, between 1994–2029. The KSS-III initiative consists of the development of nine diesel-electric attack submarines, capable of firing submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM), to be built in three batches. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KSS-III_submarine View full record
  16. In 2015 the Japanese defense budget allocated funds to study the construction of a new "compact-type hull destroyer with additional multi-functional capabilities" as well as a new radar system for the destroyer. In the same year Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) unveiled the frigate's first concept model (30FF) which they had been developing with their own funds. The new ship is set to replace the Asagiri-class destroyers and Abukuma-class destroyer escorts. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mogami-class_frigate
  17. In 2015 the Japanese defense budget allocated funds to study the construction of a new "compact-type hull destroyer with additional multi-functional capabilities" as well as a new radar system for the destroyer. In the same year Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) unveiled the frigate's first concept model (30FF) which they had been developing with their own funds. The new ship is set to replace the Asagiri-class destroyers and Abukuma-class destroyer escorts. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mogami-class_frigate View full record
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    Maya Class DDG

    The Maya class of guided missile destroyers (まや型護衛艦, Maya-gata Goeikan) in the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force is a modified version of the Atago class, with an updated Aegis Combat System and electric propulsion system. Maya was commissioned on March 19, 2020. Haguro was commissioned on March 19, 2021. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya-class_destroyer
  19. The Maya class of guided missile destroyers (まや型護衛艦, Maya-gata Goeikan) in the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force is a modified version of the Atago class, with an updated Aegis Combat System and electric propulsion system. Maya was commissioned on March 19, 2020. Haguro was commissioned on March 19, 2021. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya-class_destroyer View full record
  20. JS Taigei (SS-513) is the first boat of the Taigei-class attack submarine of Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force. The submarine was ordered from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in 2017 and laid down on 16 March 2018 at Kobe, Japan. Taigei was launched on 14 October 2020 and commissioned on 9 March 2022. The hull design of the Taigei class is said to not differ too much from the operational Sōryū class but will be 100 tons heavier than its predecessor. However, the Taigei-class submarines will be more advanced as they are equipped with newer equipment such as sonar systems, snorkel power generation system. The Taigei class will use lithium-ion batteries much like JS Ōryū and JS Tōryū of the Sōryū-class submarines.[2] The submarine will likely use the Type 18 torpedo, which project name as "G-RX6".[3][4] In addition, in response to the lifting of restrictions on the placement of female SDF personnel on submarines, the work of female SDF personnel is being supported by establishing partitions in the living quarters and securing bedrooms for women. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taigei-class_submarine View full record
  21. JS Taigei (SS-513) is the first boat of the Taigei-class attack submarine of Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force. The submarine was ordered from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in 2017 and laid down on 16 March 2018 at Kobe, Japan. Taigei was launched on 14 October 2020 and commissioned on 9 March 2022. The hull design of the Taigei class is said to not differ too much from the operational Sōryū class but will be 100 tons heavier than its predecessor. However, the Taigei-class submarines will be more advanced as they are equipped with newer equipment such as sonar systems, snorkel power generation system. The Taigei class will use lithium-ion batteries much like JS Ōryū and JS Tōryū of the Sōryū-class submarines.[2] The submarine will likely use the Type 18 torpedo, which project name as "G-RX6".[3][4] In addition, in response to the lifting of restrictions on the placement of female SDF personnel on submarines, the work of female SDF personnel is being supported by establishing partitions in the living quarters and securing bedrooms for women. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taigei-class_submarine
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