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New Command Public Build B562

First new patch in almost two months! Fixes air to air refueling and has performance increases too!

v1.04 (Build 562) (08/28/2014)

Patch notes for B562...

This is a recommended update for all existing players.

Fixed:
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- 0006849: F/A-18F Cannot Refuel each other with Buddy store
- 0007998: Aircraft refueling logic (SH-to-SH buddy)
- 0007811: [553] Wooden Leg Refueling Issues
- 0007901: Weird behaviour during in flight refueling
- 0006980: [501] KA-6D tanker problem
- 0003147: Countering “overbooking” in air refuelling
- 0007602: [536] Units forget the RTB order after going defensive
- 0006618: [486] Refueling Issues
- 0006847: Refueling Case: Multiple Refueling Aircraft on station with Refueling ROE set to on = Crashed aircraft
- 0007988: Aircraft refuses to refuel from nearest tanker
- 0006772: Serious tanker doctrine issues – set scen/mission/group/unit default to false
- 0008067: [Build 556] Exception Error
- 0006454: [483] Support mission, 1 time loop and refueling logic
- 0008069: Refueling: E-3 crashes as it can’t seem to link up with KC-135E
- 0003072: Aircraft assigned to the same mission should go to the same tanker
- 0004974: Aircraft running out of fuel and crashing. Not refueling
- 0005517: When Group Refueling ROE is set, individuals aren’t inheriting it when the group breaks up to RTB
- 0005253: Tankers RTB too late
- 0008072: [557] Sub trying to attack sonobouy
- 0008087: [Build 553] Refueling Sentry keeps hooking up
- 0008086: [558 Refueling] Most Vipers want to keep refueling than return to patrol zone
- 0007974: Need to add color depth check at startup
- 0007880: Crash when using zones
- 0007910: Freezes during tutorial after activation of No-Nav Zone
- 0008088: Tanking fix broke 3rd rule
- 0008058: Dipping Passive Sonar (Build 554)
- 0008091: [560] Units in ferry missions stay with the tankers instead of follow the mission

This update is defined by two significant improvements.

1) Speed. Major portions of the core execution pipeline have been re-architected to optimize performance and scalability. The boost is most noticeable on “heavy” scenarios (not just in terms of number of units but also activity, e.g. numerous concurrent pathfinding processes, everybody jamming and scanning everybody etc.). Stability is also improved.

2) Air Refueling fixes. You asked for smarter and more dependable refueling AI & mechanics, and we listened.
The list of tweaks & improvements is too long to list here, but three major changes stand out:
a) Crews are now context-aware in their logic of picking the most suitable tanker. Depending on what the aircraft is supposed to be doing (enroute to mission, returning, free-roaming, on patrol, on support circuit etc.) the optimal choice is often significantly different.
b) Tankers are now smart enough to avoid overbooking (and thus getting completely drained). They now reject refuelling requests that they estimate they will not be able to service.
c) Aircraft returning from a mission (e.g. strikers on the RTB leg) will opt to bypass available tankers and head straight for their home bases if possible. This lightens the load on available tanker assets and eliminates the need to manually change the “use refuel” doctrine mid-mission. If they do need to refuel on the return leg they do as before.

You can download the update HERE or HERE . You must first have Command v1.04 installed before applying this update.


JabbR Chatroom Troubles

Hey guys,

Our sometimes-reliable JabbR chatroom is having difficulties today.

I’ve set up a backup chatroom at freenode.

Details for IRC users who don’t want to use a web client: irc.freenode.net #baloogan

Command Imports Highlight

One important feature of Command is the ability to import preset arrangements of units and facilities. For example here is a map of static Ukrainian Air Defense sites! Zoom in and click on their markers, its pretty cool!

Plus a map of static Ukrainian air defence radars

I also have a my Ukraine map indexRussian map index as well as my index of all maps. Of special interest might be the Russian Western Military District air defence as well.

I’ve been asked a few times about EMCON, specifically how it ties into modern naval tactics.

Almost never turn your radars on your ships. They will turn their radars/jammers on automatically if they think they are under attack.

Your aircraft are your eyes (radars) and ears (ELINT).

If you don’t have any cool aircraft use a sacrificial scout ship, and take it out of your formation (go into unit mode with 9 on the keypad, press D to detach them from the formation) have this ship take a different course, at a different speed. Turn on its radars, and ideally it should have powerful jammers too.

An LCS is a good candidate for a sacrifice scout. Can make 45 kts, relatively good radar.

Not only do you give away your position if you turn on your radars, but you also give away your fleet’s composition, the different ships in your fleet can now be identified. All it takes is 2 hostile helos a bit away from each other to triangulate your location if you turn on your radar.

Don’t ‘blink’ your radars either. As the USN you want helos to provide surface search radar and hawkeyes to do air search. A large part of Command is managing your ship’s emissions.

One important exception is if you are expecting a ballistic missile attack you should turn your ballistic missile defense ships space search radars on. Nothing else can even spot a ballistic missile at altitude.

Modern naval warfare is a game of smoke and mirrors.

Aircraft in Air to Air warfare should automatically beam missiles, if they have the doctrine to evade defensively enabled. Stealth is really hard to employ currently; its not just the technology but its a whole doctrine of needing standoff jammers and needing to attack when visibility is low: on nights with bad weather. If you fly a B2 at 12kft over north korea at noon on a clear day you will be spotted.

 

I’ve also been asked “Is there anything I can do about the enemy jamming my missiles and radars? I’m having a ton of trouble in the Duelists scenario because when my 24 Sea Eagles go in for a target, they’re all jammed!”

Sea Eagles have the capability to home on jammer. That means if they can’t find a target with their radar they will seek on a jammer, usually the strongest one from its perspective. Then as it closes the radar eventually gets close enough to see the ship and it then locks on and engages.

There is nothing you can really do about jammers, aside from destroying them. Any modern naval surface engagement with modern platforms engaging modern platforms will involve extensive jamming.

Airborne jammers are really quite effective in this regard, you can jam ASM but the ASM can’t hit your aircraft jammers. Should fly your jammers low to exploit this.
Also manage your jammers, if you spot a long range ASM strike you can arrange your formation tactically to steer anti ship missiles away from high value targets.

If the jamming is preventing you from achieving a solid solution for an ASM strike you can exploit other sensor technologies than radar to develop a solution. Localize with radar, track with passive sonar, and if you are really desperate send someone in to take a look by air, or get a sub to periscope depth to get a visual identification on important high value targets you want to sink.

Increase your ‘baseline’, try to always triangulate targets by having two aircraft with RWR or ELINT sensors fly on very different tracks, even if you can’t ever directly ‘see’ your targets having two RWR sensors far away from each other will allow your staff to develop a shooting solution based on the two bearings provided by the RWR.

Another option is to time your attack for a optical/IR satellite overpass. Optical sats can’t really spot ships out in the middle of the sea without any support, but if they have a general idea of the location of the ship they can pinpoint that sucker. Radar sats are just as susceptible to jamming as earthbound radars.

 

Russia, the world is watching.

Russia put SA-11′s in rebel hands and triple digit Europeans died in an attack as a result. Step up EU. 

Netherlands: 173

Malaysia: 44 (including 15 crew and two infants)

Australia: 27

Indonesia: 12 (including one infant)

United Kingdom: 9

Germany: 4

Belgium: 4

Philippines: 3

Canada: 1

New Zealand: 1

Unconfirmed nationalities: 20

Command V1.04

Command v1.04 just released!  

Grab the patch here!

The Manual Addendum pages cover all the changes/additions since v1.0

And finally the Mega-Mega-FAQ is really worth reading.

 

v1.04 (Build 554) (07/09/2014)

Patch notes for B554...

Grab the patch here.

GENERAL GAME IMPROVEMENTS
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* Significant performance increase, particularly in heavy jamming situations.

USER INTERFACE IMPROVEMENTS
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* Turning off “BMNG” from the map-view options enables wireframe-only map, emulating the H3 map style. (The relief layer can still be overlayed as usual)

* Added “Quick Jump” top-level menu which lists all saved quick-jump slots. Clicking any of the slots jumps the camera to the specified location & altitude (ie. same as using 1…10 keys).

* Added double-click functionality:
- Plotting course (F3): double-click when placing the last waypoint when plotting a course to exit Plot Course mode.
- Using Distance/Bearing tool (Ctrl + D): double-click to exit Distance/Bearing tool.

* Added Ctrl + Mouse Click & Drag functionality:
- Create new Waypoint: Press and hold Ctrl key, select and drag existing waypoint.
- Create new Reference Point: Press and hold Ctrl key, select and drag existing reference point

* Numerous GUI updates & improvements

* The weapon page on the DB viewer now lists the guidance details for the displayed weapon.

* Most hotkeys now have a menu item. Three new menu categories added (‘View’, ‘Contact’ and ‘Quick Jump’).

* New window displaying all hotkeys: From the main menu, “Help” -> “Hotkeys”

* New hotkeys, including:
V – Switch unit/group view, for laptops without a numeric keypad
Ctrl+V – Toggle God’s Eye view
F11 – open Mission Editor
Ctrl+F11 – create new mission
Ctrl+F9 – unit/group Doctrine + EMCON
Ctrl+R – rename Reference Point (not sharing ‘R’ hotkey with Rename Unit)
Ctrl+Del – delete selected ref point(s)
Ctrl+Ins – add ref point
B – return to base
Ctrl+M – clear message log
A – Toggle Hold Fire for selected units (no AI attacks)
Ctrl+A – Toggle Hold Fire for all units on current side (no AI attacks)
I – Toggle Ignore plotted path when attacking for selected unit
Ctrl + I – Toggle Ignore plotted path when attacking for all units on current side
E – Drop Target(s)
Ctrl + E – Disengage (Drop all targets)
L – Hold Position for selected unit(s)
Ctrl + L – Hold Position for all units
Alt+S – Toggle sides (switch sides) in scenario editor
P – Drop contact(s)

* Ability to configure ghosted unit visibilty for groups. Go to ‘Map Settings’ -> ‘Show ghosted group members for…’ and select the desired setting. Default is None.

* Ability to configure plotted course visibility. Go to ‘Map Settings’ -> ‘Plotted Courses’ and select desired setting. Default is All.

* When the player attempts to load a scenario for which the corresponding DB is missing, the game informs him of this and aborts the load. (Fixes the silent error of this predicament).

* On the unit status window, the assigned mission description (if applicable) is now a hyperlink. Clicking it brings up the mission editor window and selects this mission. This streamlines the process of quickly checking up the mission details of the selected unit/group.

* Significant UI/map modification: Detected non-friendly unit groups (airbases, installations, naval bases, mobile groups etc.) are shown as group entities while in Group view.

As an example, this is a view of Kien An airbase in “Down Town” under v1.03 (both group- and unit-view): http://i.imgur.com/YoMqnEk.png

And this is the same base as presented in group-view under v1.04: http://i.imgur.com/VE1iVRt.png

The (detected) member units of the group appear as before (ie. individual contacts) in unit-view.

When selecting for attack etc., any orders given affect the member units of the group and not the group entity itself. So for example if the player selects an enemy airbase as the target for manual weapon allocation, the target list of allocation window lists all the detected facilities of said airbase.

SIMULATION IMPROVEMENTS
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* There are now 11 pre-defined cloud cover profiles. The mouse pointer has been updated with more information on the clouds so that the player can adjust operations accordingly. Some profiles have two layers of clouds which opens the door for some interesting scenarios. It is now possible to operate underneath clouds, over clouds, inside clouds, and visibility through cloud layers depends on cloud density. The profiles are:
- Thick fog 0-2k ft, solid cloud cover 7-36k ft
- Thin fog 0-2k ft, solid cloud cover 7-36k ft
- Solid middle clouds 7-16k ft, moderate high clouds 30-36k ft
- Moderate middle clouds 7-16k ft, light high clouds 27-30k ft
- Moderate high clouds 25-28k ft
- Moderate middle clouds 7-16k ft
- Moderate low clouds 2-7k ft
- Light high clouds 20-23k ft
- Light middle clouds 10-16k ft
- Light low clouds 5-7k ft
- Clear sky

* Offboard sonar sensors (e.g. towed arrays & VDS) not only have their powerplant own-noise modifiers halved, but also get a further reduction as per the existing thermal layer and deep sound channel modifiers on sound propagation. This makes these sensors even more potent, especially when they hang on the other side of the thermal layer than their carrier platforms.

AI & MISSION EDITOR IMPROVEMENTS
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* Significant addition to patrol missions: Prosecution Area.

Prosecution Areas (PAs) serve two purposes:

1) They act much like a forbidden zone in that contacts appearing within them are marked for interception, but they also _restrict_ the extent at which interceptions will happen. So if you want your fighters to e.g. be triggered only by bandits within 200nm of a protected HVU instead of “waking up” to contacts thousands of miles away, PAs are the solution.

2) They act as a “leash” for assets on a patrol; they effectively determine the extent to which the patrol assets can give chase to receding targets. If the bandit moves out of the PA, the defender is forbidden to follow (though it can still engage with weapons if feasible). This solves the problem of patrol assets over-extending themselves during interception, quite often falling victims to feints/traps.

PAs are supported in the UI by modifications to the Mission Editor UI, and are populated by reference points in the same way as existing patrol areas. They are empty by default, and in this case the AI behavior is the same as before (intercept bandits far away etc.), to facilitate existing scenarios.

Units that are assigned to a patrol with a prosecution area will target & engage only contacts that are within this area (or their patrol area). If they are not on patrol or their patrol does not have a prosecution area, the existing AI rules apply.
This makes it possible to create SAM ambushes (shoot at far less than max range), divide areas of responsibility for multiple patrol forces etc.

* Added sprint-and-drift behavior for units that are part of a surface or sub group (the most common case requiring this behavior). This behavior is enabled by going in the formation editor, selecting the desired unit, and ticking the checkbox “Sprint and Drift” on the formation editor toolbar.

WEAPONS MODELING IMPROVEMENTS
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* The AI in ships & surfaced submarines can now engage incoming SAMs in ASM mode. (Player-issued attacks on SAMs are still deliberately ignored).

* The AI can now fire heavyweight torpedoes out to 8nm instead of 6nm. (This, BTW, proved in repeated tests to be the practical upper limit against targets who are reasonably alerted and attempt to evade. Any longer than that and more than often the target will outrun the weapon. This holds even for super-heavy torpedoes like the Type 65 series.)

* Significant improvements to ABM/ASAT intercept logic:
- Units with ABMs/ASATs target & begin tracking ballistic & orbital targets at much larger distances (to compensate for the very fast closure speed). This allows taking shots at the maximum intercept range.
- Additional pre-fire checks for mandatory datalinks. If a mandatory datalink connection cannot be established, the firing sequence is aborted rather than launching the weapon “blind”. (This is critical for ABMs but also benefits other weapon types with mandatory datalinks).

SCENARIO & DATA IMPROVEMENTS
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* Includes updated versions of official scenarios.

* Includes the updated versions of the DB3000 & CWDB databases.

1980-2015+ database (DB3000) additions
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Aircraft

A/F-117X Sea Hawk [1994 proposed A/F-X cancellation compensation] — United States (Navy), 1999, 40-75x Planned
A-29B Super Tucano [EMB-314] — Indonesia (Air Force), 2013, 16x
A-7D Corsair II [FLIR] — United States (Air National Guard), 1989, LANA Upgr
A-7K Corsair II [TA-7D, FLIR] — United States (Air Force), 1989, LANA Upgr
AH-64E Apache [Guardian] — Taiwan (Army), 2014, 30x
Avro RJ100 [Mod BAe 146-300] — Bahrain (Air Force), 2002, 3x, VIP
Avro RJ100 [Mod BAe 146-300] — Commercial (Commercial), 1989
Avro RJ70 [Mod BAe 146-100] — Commercial (Commercial), 1994
Avro RJ85 [Mod BAe 146-200] — Bahrain (Air Force), 1997, 1x + 1x VIP
Avro RJ85 [Mod BAe 146-200] — Commercial (Commercial), 1983
BAe 146-100 — Commercial (Commercial), 1983
BAe 146-100 Statesman CC.2 — United Kingdom (Royal Air Force), 1986
BAe 146-200 — Commercial (Commercial), 1984
BAe 146-300 — Commercial (Commercial), 1989
Boeing 747-CMCA [Cruise Missile Carrier Aircraft] — United States (Air Force), 1986
Boeing 747-CMCA [Cruise Missile Carrier Aircraft] — United States (Air Force), 1988
Boeing 757-200 — Commercial (Commercial), 1983
Boeing 757-200M — New Zealand (Air Force), 2004
Boeing 757-200PF — Commercial (Commercial), 1988
Boeing 757-200SF — Commercial (Commercial), 2002
Boeing 757-300 — Commercial (Commercial), 1999
C-101BB-02 Aviojet [T-36 Halcon] — Chile (Air Force), 1986, 12x, Aviojet, Toqui
C-101BB-03 Aviojet — Honduras (Air Force), 1988, 4x, Aviojet
C-101CC-02 Aviojet [A-36 Halcon II] — Chile (Air Force), 1988, 23x, Aviojet, Toqui II
C-101CC-04 Aviojet — Jordan (Air Force), 1988, 16x, Aviojet
C-130H Hercules — Morocco (Air Force), 1976, 12x
C-130H Hercules — New Zealand (Air Force), 1966
C-212-200 Aviocar — Venezuela (Navy), 1982, 2x + 2x, 2x losses by 1991
C-212-400 Aviocar — Venezuela (Navy), 1999, 3x
C-212PM Patrullero [Maritime Patroller] — Venezuela (Navy), 1986, 4x, 1x lost
C-212PM Patrullero [Maritime Patroller] — Venezuela (Navy), 2001, 3x
C-26A Metro III [SA227-AC] — Venezuela (Air Force), 1986, 1x
EC.725 Caracal [CH-36, Super Cougar] — Brazil (Navy), 2016, 16x (8x ASM-capable)
EC-130H [Baseline 1] Compass Call — United States (Air Force), 2011
F/A-18A Hornet — Australia (Air Force), 2012
F-117X Sea Hawk [1993 Carrier-Borne LO Concept] — United States (Navy), 1999, 255x Planned
F-15C Eagle [Baz-2000] — Israel (Air Force), 2009, AIM-120C-7
F-15D Eagle [Baz-2000] — Israel (Air Force), 2009, AIM-120C-7
F-15K Eagle — South Korea (Air Force), 2010
F-16C Blk 52 Falcon — Egypt (Air Force), 2015, 16x
F-16D Blk 52 Falcon — Egypt (Air Force), 2015, 4x
F-16I Falcon [Sufa] — Israel (Air Force), 2009, AIM-120C-7
F-16IQ Blk 52 Falcon — Iraq (Air Force), 2015
F-19A Ghostrider [Frisbee] — United States (Air Force), 1986, F-117
Hawk 129 LIFT — Bahrain (Air Force), 2007, 6x
Hkp-16 Blackhawk [UH-60M] — United States (Army), 2012, 15x
Il-78M Midas — China (Air Force), 2015, Il-76 Mod
JAS 39C Gripen — Sweden (Air Force), 2018, Batch 3, SDB
JAS 39D Gripen — Sweden (Air Force), 2018, Batch 3, SDB
JZ-8F Finback B — China (Air Force), 2007, PLAAF, IFR, Few
JZ-8F Finback B — China (Air Force), 2007, PLANAF, IFR, Few
KC-130H Hercules — Morocco (Air Force), 1983, 2x
KC-46A Pegasus — United States (Air Force), 2016, KC-767A
MC-130E Combat Talon I — United States (Air Force), 2003, BLU-82/B + GBU-43/B
MC-130H Combat Talon II — United States (Air Force), 2003, GBU-43/B
MH-47G Chinook — United States (Army), 2006, SpecOps
MH-60M Velcro Hawk — United States (Army), 2011
MH-60S Knighthawk — United States (Navy), 2015
Mi-35M Hind — Indonesia (Army), 2004, 8x
Mi-35M Hind — Iraq (Army), 2014
MiG-23BN Flogger H — Iraq (Air Force), 1976
MiG-29 Fulcrum A — Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Air Force), 1991-2002, 22x
Mirage F.1CR — France (Air Force), 2013-2013
MQ-9B Reaper UAV — United Kingdom (Royal Air Force), 2015
MQ-9B Reaper UAV — United States (Air Force), 2008
MV-22B Osprey — United States (Marine Corps), 2010
P-3K2 Orion — New Zealand (Navy), 2012
P-8A Poseidon [LSRS] — United States (Navy), 2014, Ex-MMA, Boeing 737-800
Q-5I Fantan — China (Air Force), 1997, PLAAF
Q-5IA Fantan — China (Air Force), 1997, PLAAF
RC-130H Hercules [EC-130H] — Morocco (Air Force), 1986, 2x, SLAR Pod
SA.341F2 Gazelle Canon — France (Army), 1973
SA.341F2 Gazelle Canon — France (Army), 1999
SA226-TC Metro II — Civilian (Civilian), 1975
SA226-TC Metro IIA — Civilian (Civilian), 1981
SA227-AC Metro III — Civilian (Civilian)
SA227-DC Metro 23 — Civilian (Civilian), Ex-Metro IV
SH-2G(NZ) Seasprite — New Zealand (Navy), 2015, 5x
Su-34 Fullback — Russia [1992-] (Air Force), 2015, Su-27IB
T.67M-260 Firefly — Bahrain (Air Force), 2003, 3x
T.67M-260 Firefly — Jordan (Air Force), 2003, 17x
T.67M-260 Firefly — United Kingdom (Royal Air Force), 1996-2010, 22x
Tu-154M Careless [Type I ELINT] — China (Air Force), 1997-1999
Tu-154M Careless [Type II ELINT / SLAR] — China (Air Force), 1999, 4x
UH-1H Huey — New Zealand (Air Force), 1971, Bell 205A-1
Y-8ELINT Cub [High New 8] — China (Navy), 2014, PLANAF, 2x
Y-8F-200W Cub — Venezuela (Air Force), 2013, 8x
Y-8T Cub [High New 3] — China (Navy), 2007, PLAAF, 3x, ACP
Y-8XZ Cub [High New 7] — China (Navy), 2006, PLAAF, 1x, PsyOps
Y-9 Cub — China (Air Force), 2013, PLAAF, Y-8 Replacement
Y-9 Cub [High New 10, KJ-500 Rotodome] — China (Air Force), 2016, PLAAF
Z-18 Super Frelon — China (Navy), 2014, PLANAF, Carrier-based transport
Z-18FQ Super Frelon — China (Navy), 2016, PLANAF, Carrier-based ASW

Ships

1 Uruguay [Mod Commandant Riviere] — Uruguay (Navy), 2009, 2x
111 Ras Al Gehis [Pr.266M Natya] — Libya (Navy), 1981, 12x
112 Ibn Al Hadrani [Pr.773 Polnocny C] — Libya (Navy), 1978-1999, 4x
132 Ibn Ouf — Libya (Navy), 1976, 2x
205 Al Katum [Pr.205ER Osa II] — Libya (Navy), 1977, 12x
211 Dat Assawari [Vosper Mk7] — Libya (Navy), 1981-1984
211 Dat Assawari [Vosper Mk7] — Libya (Navy), 1985-1992
621 [MDK Tsaplya , Pr.1206.1 Murena] — South Korea (Navy), 2007, 3x
A 110 Orangeleaf [Leaf class] — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1979-2016, 4x, Bayleaf, Oakleaf, Brambleleaf
A 136 Tidespring [MARS Tide class] — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 2016, 4x
A 201 Orion — Sweden (Navy), 1985
A 265 Visborg — Sweden (Navy), 1999-2010, Flagship, Ex-M 03 Visborg
A 625 Alize — France (Navy), 2006
A 759 Dupuy de Lome — France (Navy), 2006
A 900 Mercuur — Netherlands (Navy), 1988
ADV Ocean Shield [Ocean Protector, Skandi Bergen OSV] — Australia (Navy), 2013
Al Burdi [Damen Stan Patrol 1605] — Libya (Navy), 2013, 4x
AO 195 Westralia [Leaf class] — Australia (Navy), 1990-2006, Ex-A 79 Appleleaf
AOE 425 Masyu — Japan (Navy), 2005
BG 31 Bukovina [Stenka Pr.205P Tarantul] — Ukraine [1992-] (Border Guard), 1992, 13x, 6x in service by 2013
Bohai Jinzhu [1300P/1800LM RoPax] — China (Navy), 2010, 6x, MPS Dual purpose
C-151 LCT — Turkey (Navy), 2012, 8x
CVN 68 Nimitz — United States (Navy), 2017
CVN 69 Dwight D. Eisenhower [Nimitz Class] — United States (Navy), 2017
CVN 70 Carl Vinson [Nimitz Class] — United States (Navy), 2017
CVN 71 Theodore Roosevelt [Nimitz Class] — United States (Navy), 2017
CVN 72 Abraham Lincoln [Nimitz Class] — United States (Navy), 2017
CVN 73 George Washington [Nimitz Class] — United States (Navy), 2017
CVN 74 John C. Stennis [Nimitz Class] — United States (Navy), 2017
CVN 75 Harry S Truman [Nimitz Class] — United States (Navy), 2017
CVN 76 Ronald Reagan [Nimitz Class] — United States (Navy), 2017
CVN 77 George Bush [Nimitz Class] — United States (Navy), 2017
F 01 Dat Assawari [Vosper Mk7] — Libya (Navy), 1973-1980
F 333 Bartolomeu Diaz [Karel Doorman] — Portugal (Navy), 2008, 2x, Joao Belo replacement
F 501 Lieutenant Colonel Errahmani [Descubierta] — Morocco (Navy), 1983, 1x
F 76 Jamaran [Moudge Class] — Iran (Navy), 2014, Ghader
F 77 Te Kaha [Anzac] — New Zealand (Navy), 2011
F 77 Te Kaha [Anzac] — New Zealand (Navy), 2015
FFG 01 Adelaide [Perry] — Australia (Navy), 2015
FFG 05 Melbourne [Adelaide Class, Perry] — Australia (Navy), 2015
FFH 150 Anzac — Australia (Navy), 2015
Generic Light CATOBAR Carrier — None (None), 25k tons, 2 cats, 2 elev, needs sensors, weapons and mags
Generic Medium CATOBAR Carrier — None (None), 40k tons, 2 cats, 3 elev, needs sensors, weapons and mags
HQ 11 Dinh Tien Hoang [SKR Gepard 3.9, Pr.1166.1E] — Vietnam [1975-] (Navy), 2011
HQ 261 [Svetlyak, Pr.1041.2] — Vietnam [1975-] (Navy), 2003
Large Life Raft [10m] — Civilian (Civilian)
LCS 1 Freedom — United States (Navy), 2017
LCS 2 Independence — United States (Navy), 2017
LHD 1 Wasp — United States (Navy), 2017
LHD 2 Essex [Wasp] — United States (Navy), 2017
LHD 8 Makin Island [Improved Wasp] — United States (Navy), 2017, Hybrid-Drive
Life Raft [5m] — Civilian (Civilian)
LPD 17 San Antonio — United States (Navy), 2017
LSD 41 Whidbey Island — United States (Navy), 2017
LSD 49 Harpers Ferry — United States (Navy), 2017
M 73 Koster [Upgraded Landsort Class] — Sweden (Navy), 2009, SeaFox Inspection ROV
MT Gorya [Pr.12660 Rubin] — Russia [1992-] (Navy), 1992, 1x + 1x
MT Gorya [Pr.12660 Rubin] — Soviet Union [-1991] (Naval Fleet [V-MF]), 1989-1991, 1x
N 125 Osman Gasi — Turkey (Navy), 2012, 4x LCVP. Upgraded
Nampo — North Korea (Navy), 2014, SS-N-25, New Design
P 1013 Azmat — Pakistan (Navy), 2013, 2x
P 18 Armatolos [Osprey 55 Class] — Morocco (Navy), 1990, 2x
P 224 Sina [Kaman Mod, La Combattante II] — Iran (Navy), 2014, Ghader
P 264 Archer [P.2000 Class] — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1985, 16x
P 284 Scimitar [Greyfox Class] — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1988, 2x
P 308 El Lahiq [Osprey 55 Class] — Morocco (Navy), 1988, 4x
P 313-1 Shahid Mehdavi [Thondor Type 021 Houdong] — Iran (Navy), 2014, Ex-Fath
P 318 Rais Bargach [OPV-64 Class] — Morocco (Navy), 1996, 5x
P 318 Rais Bargach [OPV-64 Class] — Morocco (Navy), 2000, 5x
P 341 Bir Anzaran [OPV-70 Class] — Morocco (Navy), 2012, 3x
P 44 Valle del Cauca [Reliance Class] — Colombia (Navy), 2003, Ex-WMEC Durable
P 520 Diana [Standard Vessel MkII] — Denmark (Navy), 2008, 1x RHIB
P 621 Samudura [Reliance Class] — Sri Lanka (Navy), 2004, Ex-WMEC Courageous
P 676 Flamant [OPV-54 Class] — France (Navy), 1997, 3x
P55 Wellington [Project Protector] — New Zealand (Navy), 2010, 2x
PC 1 Cyclone — United States (Navy), 2014, Griffin
PC 21 Guaiqueri [Avante 2200 Combatant] — Venezuela (Navy), 2011, 4x
PS 701 Fateh [Saettia Mk4/Modified Ubaldo Diciotti Class] — Iraq (Navy), 2009, 4x
RB-M 45601 [USCG Response Boat - Medium] — United States (Coast Guard), 2008, 57x planned
Sin Hung — North Korea (Navy), 1970, 63x
Sinpo — North Korea (Navy), 1970, 18x
T91 Los Frailes [Damen Stan Lander 5612] — Venezuela (Navy), 2012
T-AGM 23 Observation Island — United States (Navy), 1982-2014, Cobra Judy
T-AGM 25 Howard O. Lorenzen — United States (Navy), 2015, Cobra King
T-AK 323 TSgt. John. A Chapman — United States (Navy), 2005, 1x, Ex-Merlin
T-AK 4269 Capt. Steven L Bennett — United States (Navy), 1997, 1x Ex-TNT Express
T-AKR 10 Cape Island [C7-S-95A, Mercury] — United States (Navy), 1980, 4x
T-AKR 9960 Cape Race [Saudi Riyadh Class] — United States (Navy), 1993, 3x
Type XXX [851 Dongdiao] — China (Navy), 2001
Type XXX Bohai Emerald Bead [Commercial/Military RO/RO] — Commercial (Commercial), 2013
U 120 Skadovsk [Zhuk Pr.1400M Grif] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 1997, 1x Navy, 19x Border Guards
U 130 Hetman Sahaydachniy [Krivak III Pr.1135.5 Nerei] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 1993
U 205 Lutsk [Grisha V Pr.1124ME Albatros] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 1994, 2x,
U 206 Vinnitsya [Grisha II Pr.1124P Albatros] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 1994, 2x, 1x unit retired 2005
U 207 Uzgorod [Pauk I Pr.1241.2 Molniya-2] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 1996, 2x Navy + 3x Border Guard
U 310 Zhovti Vodi [Natya I Pr.266M] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 1997, 2x
U 330 Melitopol [Sonya Pr.1265] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 1996, 2x
U 401 Kirovograd [Polnocny C Pr.773] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 2002
U 402 Konstyantyn Olshanskyy [Ropucha I Pr.775] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 1997
U 420 Donetsk [Pomornik Pr.1232.2 Zubr] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 1993, 4x, 1x remaining by 2006
U 762 Rivne [Alligator Pr.1171 Tapir] — Ukraine [1992-] (Navy), 1997-2006
VTR Academician Pashin [Pr.23130] — Russia [1992-] (Navy), 2017
WMEC 39 Alex Haley — United States (Coast Guard), 2000, 1x,Ex-ATS 1 Edenton
WMEC 615 Reliance — United States (Coast Guard), 1979-1988
WMEC 615 Reliance — United States (Coast Guard), 1989

Submarines

MS-29 Yono — North Korea (Navy), 2008, 10x
PLARK-949AM Oscar III [Antey] — Russia [1992-] (Navy), 2018
S 102 Valiant — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1983
S 160 Tridente [Type 209PN] — Portugal (Navy), 2010, Mod Type 214
S 160 Tridente [Type 209PN] — Portugal (Navy), 2014, Mod Type 214, Sub-Harpoon
S 361 Cerbe [Type 214TN] — Turkey (Navy), 2016
S 46 Churchill — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1983
S 71 Chakra [PLARK-670 Charlie I] — India (Navy), 1988-1991, K-43, Leased
S 71 Chakra II [PLA-971M Akula II] — India (Navy), 2012, K-152 Nerpa, No 650mm TTs
SSGN 726 Ohio — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 21 Seawolf — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 23 Jimmy Carter [Seawolf Class] — United States (Navy), 2016, SpecOps
SSN 688 Los Angeles [Flight I, DDS] — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 688 Los Angeles [Flight I] — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1982
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1985
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1987
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1989
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1990
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1991
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1994
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1996
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1999
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 2003
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 2005
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 2008
SSN 700 Dallas [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1984
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1985
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1987
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1989
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1990
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1991
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1994
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1996
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 1999
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 2003
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 2005
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 2008
SSN 716 Salt Lake City [Los Angeles Class, Flight I] — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 719 Providence [Los Angeles Class, Flight II, VLS] — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 751 San Juan [Improved Los Angeles Class] — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 771 Columbia [Improved Los Angeles Class] — United States (Navy), 1996
SSN 771 Columbia [Improved Los Angeles Class] — United States (Navy), 1999
SSN 771 Columbia [Improved Los Angeles Class] — United States (Navy), 2003
SSN 771 Columbia [Improved Los Angeles Class] — United States (Navy), 2005
SSN 771 Columbia [Improved Los Angeles Class] — United States (Navy), 2008
SSN 771 Columbia [Improved Los Angeles Class] — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 774 Virginia [Flight I] — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 778 New Hampshire [Virginia Class, Flight II] — United States (Navy), 2009
SSN 778 New Hampshire [Virginia Class, Flight II] — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 784 North Dakota [Virginia Class, Flight III] — United States (Navy), 2014
SSN 784 North Dakota [Virginia Class, Flight III] — United States (Navy), 2016
SSN 792 <Yet-to-be-named> [Virginia Class, Flight IV] — United States (Navy), 2022
SSN 802 <Yet-to-be-named> [Virginia Class, Flight V, VPM] — United States (Navy), 2027
Unarmed Midget Submarine — Civilian (Civilian), 2000, Narco-Submarine

Satellites

COSMO-SkyMed — Italy (None), 2007, Photographical, 619-619km
Geoeye 1 — Civilian (Civilian), 2009, Photographical, 679-694km
Pleiades 1/1B — France (None), 2012, Photographical, 703-706km
SAR-Lupe — Germany [FRG/Reunified] (None), 2007, Photographical, 469-477km
TERRA SAR X / TANDEM X — Civilian (Civilian), 2001, Radar, 514-516km
Worldview 1 — Civilian (Civilian), 2008, Photographical, 496-502km
Worldview 2 — Civilian (Civilian), 2010, Photographical, 772-774km

Facilities

AAA Plt/2 (20mm/85 Hovet M163A2 x 2) — Israel (Army), 1983-2005
AAA Plt/2 (20mm/85 Vulcan M163A1 x 2) — Morocco (Army), 1977, 2x pr Plt, 3x Plt + 2x MPQ-49, 14x Bty
AAA Plt/2 (20mm/85 Vulcan M167 Towed x 2) — Morocco (Army), 1977, 2x pr Plt, 3x Plt + 2x MPQ-49, 5x Bty
AAA Plt/2 (30mm M-1992 SPAAG x 2) — North Korea (Army), 1992, 2x pr Plt
AAA Plt/3 (23mm ZU-23-2 + SA-24 Grouse [ZOM-1-4] x 2) — Venezuela (Army), 2011, 3x pr Plt
AAA Plt/3 (23mm ZU-23-2 x 2) — Morocco (Army), 3x pr Plt
AAA Sec (25mm Type 87 x 2) — China (Army), 1989
Armored Plt (AMX-10RC x 3) — France (Army), 1981
Armored Plt (AMX-13/90 Light Tank x 3) — France (Army), 1970-1990
Armored Plt (CM-11 Brave Tiger MBT x 5) — Taiwan (Army), 1995
Armored Plt (ERC-90 F4 SAGAIE x 3) — France (Army), 1982
Armored Plt (K1 88 MBT x 4) — South Korea (Army), 1987
Armored Plt (K1A1 MBT x 4) — South Korea (Army), 1991
Armored Plt (M48A5 Patton MBT x 5) — Taiwan (Army), 1980
Armored Plt (M60A3TTS MBT x 5) — Taiwan (Army), 1995
Armored Plt (Scorpion 90 Light Tank x 3) — Generic (Army), 1988
Armored Plt (Type 10 Hitomaru MBT x 4) — Japan (Army), 2013
Armored Plt (ZTD-05 Amphibious Tank x 4) — China (Marines), 2010
Armored Plt (ZTL-09 AGS x 4) — China (Army), 2010
Armored Sec (FV101 Scorpion Light Tank x 2) — United Kingdom (Royal Army), 1973-1995
Arty Bty (122mm/36 Raad 1 Self-Propelled Howitzer x 6) — Iran (Army), 2003
Arty Bty (155mm/39 M109A6 Paladin Self-Propelled Howitzer x 6) — United States (Army), 2007
Arty Bty (155mm/39 M109A6 Paladin Self-Propelled Howitzer x 6) — United States (Army), 2013
Arty Bty (155mm/39 M777 Towed Howitzer x 6) — United States (Marine Corps), 2009
Arty Bty (155mm/39 M777 Towed Howitzer x 6) — United States (Marine Corps), 2013
Arty Bty (155mm/52 K-9 Thunder Self-Propelled Howitzer x 6) — South Korea (Army), 1991
Arty Bty (170mm M-1978 Koksan Self-Propelled Howitzer x 6) — North Korea (Army), 1978
Arty Bty (170mm M-1989 Koksan Self-Propelled Howitzer x 6) — North Korea (Army), 1989
Arty Bty (Fajr-3 MLRS x 6) — Iran (Army), 1997, Exported
Arty Bty (RT-2000 AMLRS) — Taiwan (Army), 2011, Thunderbolt-2000
Arty Bty (Sejil-60 MLRS x 6) — Iraq (Army), 1985
Arty Bty (SS-60 Astros II MLRS x 6) — Brazil (Army), 1985
Arty Bty (Type 89 MLRS x 6) — China (Army), 1995
Arty Bty/3 (155mm/52 FH-77BW L52 Archer Howitzer) — Sweden (Army), 2015, 3x pr Bty
Building (Embassy) — Generic (Generic)Building (Large Government Building) — Generic (Generic)
Building (Place of Worship) — Generic (Generic), Church, Mosque, Temple, Synagogue, Gurdwara, etc.
Building (Very Large Leadership Compound) — Generic (Generic)
Inf Coy (Generic) — Generic (Army)
Inf Plt (Generic) — Generic (Army)
Mech Inf Plt (BMR-600 APC x 4) — Spain (Army), 1978
Mech Inf Plt (Boragh APC x 3) — Iran (Army), 2000
Mech Inf Plt (Casspir APC x 4) — South Africa (Army), 1991
Mech Inf Plt (EE-11 Urutu APC x 4) — Brazil (Army), 1980, Widely Exported
Mech Inf Plt (Fahd 240 APC x 3) — Egypt (Army), 1986, Widely Exported
Mech Inf Plt (FV432 IFV x 4) — United Kingdom (Royal Army), 1962
Mech Inf Plt (FV510 Desert Warrior IFV x 4) — Kuwait (Army), 1995
Mech Inf Plt (FV510 Warrior IFV x 4) — United Kingdom (Royal Army), 1988
Mech Inf Plt (K200A1 KIFV APC x 4) — South Korea (Army), 1986
Mech Inf Plt (ZBL-09 Snow Leopard [HJ-73C] IFV x 4) — China (Army), 2010
Motor Rifle Plt (BTR-82A APC x 3) — Russia [1992-] (Army), 2010
Radar (59N6 Protivnik-GE) — Russia [1992-] (Army), 2000
Radar (AN/MPQ-49 FAAR) — Egypt (Army), 1989, Delivered 1993? Trackstar radar?
Radar (AN/MPQ-49 FAAR) — Morocco (Army), 1977
Radar (AN/TPQ-36A [NASAMS]) — United States (Army), 2005, On loan
Radar (AN/TPS-80 G/ATOR) — United States (Marine Corps), 2017
Radar (Back Net [P-80]) — Syria (Air Force)
Radar (Bar Lock A [P-37]) — Syria (Air Force)
Radar (Bill Board B [9S15M Obzor]) — Venezuela (Army), 2014, SA-23
Radar (China JY-11B) — Venezuela (Air Force), 2011, 3x
Radar (China JY-27 Wide Mat) — Syria (Air Force), 2007, 2x, Misidentified as JY-11B
Radar (China JYL-1) — Syria (Air Force), 1x, Misidentified as YLC-2V, Kafr Buhum
Radar (China Type 120 [JY-29/LSS-1 Mod]) — China (Air Force), 2010, HQ-9 / HQ-12 Low-Alt Aquisition
Radar (China Type 120 [JY-29/LSS-1 Mod]) — Syria (Air Force), 4x, Stand-alone Surveillance
Radar (Dog Ear [9S80]) — Syria (Army), SA-13
Radar (Flat Face B [P-19, Kasta 2E Upgrade]) — Syria (Army)
Radar (High Screen B [9S19M2 Imbir]) — Venezuela (Army), 2014, SA-23
Radar (JLENS Aerostat [VHF-Band]) — United States (Air Force), 2014, Paired with X-Band Aerostat
Radar (JLENS Aerostat [X-Band]) — United States (Air Force), 2014, Paired with VHF-Band Aerostat
Radar (JY-29 [LSS-1]) — China (Air Force)
Radar (Tall King A [P-14]) — Syria (Air Force)
Radar (Tin Shield B [5N59S/36D6]) — Syria (Air Force)
Radar (YLC-20 ELINT [Tamara/Vera Copy]) — China (Air Force), 2001, Emitter Location System
SAM Bn (SA-23 Gladiator [S-300VM / Antey-2500]) — Venezuela (Army), 2014, 4x Bn + High Screen B + Bill Board B
SAM Bn (SA-3c Goa [S-125M Pechora-2M]) — Syria (Air Force), 2011
SAM Bn (SA-3c Goa [S-125M Pechora-2M]) — Venezuela (Air Force), 2012
SAM Bty (I-HAWK [HAWK-XXI, HEOS]) — Morocco (Army), 2011, 8x Bty, Ex-Netherlands
SAM Bty (Patriot [PAC-2 GEM+, PAC-3]) — Germany [FRG/Reunified] (Army), 2008
SAM Bty (Patriot [PAC-2 GEM+, PAC-3]) — Kuwait (Army), 2011, 6x Bty
SAM Bty (Patriot [PAC-2 GEM+, PAC-3]) — Netherlands (Army), 2008
SAM Bty (Patriot [PAC-2 GEM+, PAC-3]) — UAE (Army), 2011
SAM Bty (Patriot [PAC-2]) — Taiwan (Army), 2013, 8x Lnchr
SAM Plt (NASAMS) — United States (Air Force), 2005, 3x + AN/TPQ-36A + NTAS, 6x Bty
SAM Plt (SA-13 Gopher [9K35 Strela-10]) — Syria (Army), 2x Plt + Dog Ear pr Bty
SAM Plt (SA-17 Grizzly [9K317M Buk-M3]) — Russia [1992-] (Army), 2018, 3x Plt + Snow Drift + Chair Back B pr Bn, 4x Bn pr Regt
SAM Plt/2 (Chaparral x 2) — Egypt (Army), 1989, 2x pr Plt, 3x Plt + 2x MPQ-49 pr Bty
SAM Plt/2 (Chaparral x 2) — Morocco (Army), 1977, 2x pr Plt, 3x Plt + 2x MPQ-49 pr Bty
SAM Plt/2 (Chaparral x 2) — Morocco (Army), 2009, 2x pr Plt, 3x Plt + 2x MPQ-49 pr Bty
SAM Plt/2 (NASAMS II) — United States (Air Force), 2010, 2x + 1x MSP-500 pr Plt, 3x pr Bty
SAM Sec (Machbet x 2) — Israel (Army), 1998, 2x pr Plt, +1 EL/M-2106
SAM Sec (Misagh-1 MANPADS) — Iran (Army), 2000, QW-1 Variant
SAM Sec (Misagh-2 MANPADS) — Iran (Army), 2007
SAM Sec (SA-7b Grail [9K32M Strela-2M] MANPADS x 3) — Morocco (Army)
Sensor (MSP-500 [NASAMS II]) — United States (Air Force), 2010
Sensor (NTAS FLIR/LR [NASAMS]) — United States (Air Force), 2005
SSM Bn (Ghader) — Iran (Navy), 2013
SSM Plt (AT-14 Spriggan [9N133 Kornet]) — Russia [1992-] (Army), 1995, 3x
SSM Plt (FGM-148 Javelin) — United States (Army), 1996, 3x, ATGM
SSM Plt (SSC-6 Switchblade [3K60 Bal-E]) — Russia [1992-] (Navy), 2009
SSM Plt (SSC-6 Switchblade [3K60 Bal-E]) — Venezuela (Navy), 2012, 2x Bn, 2x Plt pr Bn
SSM Plt (Toofan 2) — Iran (Army), 2000
Structure (Stadium) — Generic (Generic)
Structure (Walled Village) — Generic (Generic)
Vehicle (ASLAV-25 x 1) — Australia (Army), 1996
Vehicle (ASLAV-PC x 1) — Australia (Army), 2005
Vehicle (M1114GR [9M133 Kornet ATGM] x1) — Greece (Army), 2014
Vehicle (Tank, Armoured Vehicle Launched Bridge x 1) — Generic (Generic)
Vehicle (Truck, Gaz Tigr x 1) — Generic (Generic), 2004
Vehicle (Truck, VBL x 1) — France (Army), 1990
Vehicles (Pontoon Bridge Carriers x 4) — Generic (Generic), Bridging Unit

Weapons

155mm/39 M982 Excalibur Ia-1 — 2007
155mm/39 M982 Excalibur Ia-2 Base Bleed — 2013
155mm/39 M982A1 Excalibur Ib Base Bleed — 2016
155mm/52 Bofors BONUS [2x Sensor Fuzed Munitions]
155mm/52 M982 Excalibur Ia-1 — 2007
155mm/52 M982 Excalibur Ia-2 Base Bleed — 2013
155mm/52 M982A1 Excalibur Ib Base Bleed — 2016
20mm M621 Burst [20 rnds]
30mm DEFA 554 Burst [25 rnds] — Aircraft
7.62mm GAU-17 MG Burst [50 rnds]
AN/AAR-49 Navigation Pod [FLIR] — A-7D/K
AN/ALE-55 FOTD — 2013
Ariel Mk2 FOTRD
AT-14 Spriggan [9M133 Kornet] — 1995
BOZ-102EC Chaff/Flare + MAWS Pod — 2012, Enhanced Capability
Brite Cloud Active Expendable Decoy — Aircraft
China Type 200-4 [Durandal Copy] — 1997
China Type 200A LGB [Durandal Copy] — 2012
DF-25 [Conventional, CSS-5 Mod-3]
FGM-148 Javelin — 1996
MIM-23P I-HAWK — I-HAWK XXI
Toofan 2 — 2000, BGM-71C Copy
RGM-109I Tomahawk Blk IV MMT [Multi-Mission] — 2015, ASuW Capable
UGM-109I Tomahawk Blk IV MMT [Multi-Mission] — 2015, TT, ASuW Capable
UGM-109I Tomahawk Blk IV MMT [Multi-Mission] — 2015, VLS, ASuW Capable

Sensor

AN/ASG-21 — B-52H
AN/ASG-15 — B-52G
AN/SPQ-XX Cobra King [S-Band] — 2014
AN/SPQ-XX Cobra King [X-Band] — 2014
AN/SPS-77(V)1 [Sea Giraffe AMB 3D]
AN/TPS-80 G/ATOR
ASIP — U-2S, RQ-4
ASIP-1C — MQ-1
ASIP-2C — MQ-9
BRITE Star II [IR/EO/Laser] — Designator
BRITE Star II [IR/EO/Laser] — Rangefinder Only
China Type 120 [JY-29/LSS-1 Mod] — HQ-9 / HQ-12 Low-Alt Aquisition, LLQ120
Flat Face B [P-19, Kasta 2E Upgrade] — 1RL134, Danube
Generic Tail Gun Optical Sight — Anti-Air
JY-29 [LSS-1 Mod]
MD-5 — B-52B
OLS-35 [IRST]
OLS-35 [Laser Rangefinder]
Skyward-G — Gripen-NG
WBR-2000 ES — LCS 1 Freedom
YLC-20 [Tamara/Vera Copy]

1950-1979 database (CWDB) additions
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Aircraft

A-26C Invader — Rebels (Air Force), 1950
A-26C Invader — United States (Civilian), 1950, CIA
A-26C Invader — United States (Civilian), 1957, Air America
A-4A (A4D-1) Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1956
A-4B (A4D-2) Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1956-1962
A-4B Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1965
A-4B Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1966-1975
A-4C (A4D-2N) Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1960-1962
A-4C Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1965
A-4C Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1966-1968
A-4C Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1968-1975
A-4E (A4D-5) Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1961-1962, 5x Hardpoints
A-4E Skyhawk — Indonesia (Air Force), 1979, Ex Israeli
A-4E Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1966
A-4E Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1967-1975
A-4E Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1975
A-4F Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1975
A-4F Skyhawk — United States (Marine Corps), 1975
A-6A Intruder — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1967
A-6A Intruder — United States (Marine Corps), 1967-1972
A-6A Intruder — United States (Marine Corps), 1972-1975
A-6B Intruder Wild Weasel — United States (Marine Corps), 1968
A-6C Intruder — United States (Marine Corps), 1970
A-6C Intruder — United States (Marine Corps), 1972
A-6E Intruder — United States (Marine Corps), 1972
A-7A Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1968
A-7A Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1972
A-7A Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1975
A-7B Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1969
A-7B Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1972
A-7B Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1975
A-7C Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1970
A-7C Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1972
A-7C Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1975
A-7E Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1970
A-7E Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1972
A-7E Corsair II — United States (Marine Corps), 1975
AD-3N Skyraider — United States (Marine Corps), 1950
AD-3Q Skyraider — United States (Marine Corps), 1950
AD-4Q Skyraider — United States (Marine Corps), 1958-1962, EA-1F
AD-4W Skyraider — United States (Marine Corps), 1951, EA-1E
AD-5Q Skyraider — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1970, EA-1F
AD-5W Skyraider — United States (Marine Corps), 1950-1962, EA-1E
AD-5W Skyraider — United States (Marine Corps), 1953-1962, EA-1E
AM-1 Mauler — United States (Marine Corps), 1948-1953
Auster AOP Mk.3 — Australia (Air Force), 1950
Auster AOP Mk.3 — Australia (Army), 1950
Auster AOP Mk.3 — Indonesia (Air Force)
Auster AOP Mk.3 — Netherlands (Air Force)
B-25D Mitchell — Rebels (Air Force)
B-25D Mitchell — United States (Civilian), 1950, CIA
B-25J-20 Mitchell — Rebels (Air Force)
B-25J-20 Mitchell — United States (Civilian), 1950, CIA
B-35 — United States (Air Force), 1950, [YB-35]
B-49 — United States (Air Force), 1950, [YB-49]
Bell 47 Sioux — United States (Civilian), Air America
Buccaneer S.2B — United Kingdom (Royal Air Force), 1973, BL.755
Buccaneer S.2C — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1973, BL.755
Buccaneer S.2D — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1973, BL.755
C-119B Flying Boxcar — United States (Civilian), Air America
C-123B Provider — United States (Civilian), Air America
C-130A Hercules — United States (Civilian), Air America
C-130E Hercules — United States (Civilian), Air America
C-130H Hercules — Morocco (Air Force), 1976, 12x
C-130H Hercules — New Zealand (Air Force), 1966
C-47 Dakota — United States (Civilian), 1958, Air America
CH-47A Chinook — Australia (Army), 1974
DC-4 — United States (Civilian), Air America
DC-6B — United States (Civilian), 1958, Air America
DHC-2 Beaver — United States (Civilian), Air America
DHC-4 Caribou — Malaysia (Air Force), 1965, 0
DHC-4 Caribou — United States (Civilian), 1965, Air America
F-100A Super Sabre — United States (Air National Guard), 1955-1967
F-100C Super Sabre — United States (Air National Guard), 1955-1964
F-100F Super Sabre — United States (Air National Guard), 1966
F-104G Starfighter [CF-104C] — Canada (Air Force), 1966
F2H-1 Banshee — United States (Marine Corps), 1949-1959
F2H-2 Banshee — United States (Marine Corps), 1949-1959
F2H-2N Banshee — United States (Marine Corps), 1952-1959
F2H-2P Banshee — United States (Marine Corps), 1949-1961
F2H-3 Banshee — United States (Marine Corps), 1954-1961
F2H-4 Banshee — United States (Marine Corps), 1955-1961
F-3B (F3H-2) Demon — United States (Marine Corps), 1957-1962
F-3C (F3H-2M) Demon — United States (Marine Corps), 1955-1962
F-4B Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1962-1966
F-4B Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1966-1969
F-4B Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1969-1972
F-4B Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1972
F4F-3 Wildcat — United States (Marine Corps), 1940-1945
F4F-4 Wildcat — United States (Marine Corps), 1940-1945
F-4J Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1967-1969
F-4J Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1969-1972
F-4J Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1972-1974
F-4J Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1974
F-4N Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1974-1982
F-4S Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1972
F-4S Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1974
F-4S Phantom II — United States (Marine Corps), 1978-1986
F4U-4 Corsair — United States (Marine Corps), 1944
F4U-4B Corsair — United States (Marine Corps), 1944
F4U-5N Corsair — United States (Marine Corps), 1946
F4U-5P Corsair — United States (Marine Corps), 1948
F-51D Mustang — Rebels (Air Force)
F-51D Mustang — United States (Civilian), 1950, CIA
F-6A (F4D-1) Skyray — United States (Marine Corps), 1956-1964
F6F-5 Hellcat — United States (Marine Corps), 1944
F6F-5N Hellcat — United States (Marine Corps), 1944
F7F-1 Tigercat — United States (Marine Corps), 1944-1954
F7F-2N Tigercat — United States (Marine Corps), 1950-1954
F7U-3 Cutlass — United States (Marine Corps), 1951-1959
F7U-3M Cutlass — United States (Marine Corps), 1956-1959
F-84B Thunderjet — United States (Air National Guard), 1954-1971
F-8A (F8U-1) Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1957-1962
F-8B (F8U-1E) Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1957-1962
F-8B Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1964, F8U-1E
F-8C (F8U-2) Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1959-1962
F-8C Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1966, F8U-2
F-8D (F8U-2N) Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1959-1962
F-8D Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1966, F8U-2N
F-8E (F8U-2NE) Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1962-1962
F-8E Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1970, F8U-2NE
F8F-1 Bearcat — United States (Marine Corps), 1946-1955
F8F-1B Bearcat — United States (Marine Corps), 1946-1955
F8F-2N Bearcat — United States (Marine Corps), 1949-1955
F8F-2P Bearcat — United States (Marine Corps), 1949-1955
F-8H Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1968-1970
F-8H Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1970-1972
F-8H Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1972-1976
F-8J Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1968-1970
F-8J Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1970-1972
F-8J Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1972-1976
F9F-2B Panther — United States (Marine Corps), 1950-1958
F9F-2P Panther — United States (Marine Corps), 1950-1958
F9F-6 Cougar — United States (Marine Corps), 1953-1960
F-9J (F9F-8) Cougar — United States (Marine Corps), 1956-1962
F-9J Cougar — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1966, F9F-8
FJ-1 Fury — United States (Marine Corps), 1947-1954
FJ-2 Fury — United States (Marine Corps), 1952-1957
FJ-3 Fury — United States (Marine Corps), 1953-1960
FJ-3M Fury — United States (Marine Corps), 1957-1962
FJ-4 (F-1E) Fury — United States (Marine Corps), 1955-1962
FJ-4 Fury — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1964, F-1E
FJ-4B (AF-1E) Fury — United States (Marine Corps), 1956-1962
Hunter FGA.9 — Rhodesia (Air Force), 1962
KA-3B Skywarrior — United States (Marine Corps)
KA-6D Intruder — United States (Marine Corps), 1971-1994
KC-135A Stratotanker — United States (Air National Guard), 1966
KD-50 Superfortress — United States (Air National Guard), 1950-1954
MF-3B Demon — United States (Marine Corps), 1955-1962
P-47D Thunderbolt — United States (Air National Guard), 1947-1950
PBY-5 Catalina — United States (Civilian), 1953-1975, Air America
Pioneer CC.Mk.1 — Malaysia (Air Force)
QH-50C DASH — Japan (Navy), 1962-1967
QH-50D DASH — Japan (Navy), 1967
RA-3B (A3D-2P) Skywarrior — United States (Marine Corps), 1958-1962
RA-3B Skywarrior — United States (Marine Corps), 1963
RA-5C Vigilante — United States (Marine Corps), 1964-1979
RF-8A (F8U-1P) Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1957-1965
RF-8G Crusader — United States (Marine Corps), 1967-1986
RF-9F (F9F-6P) Cougar — United States (Marine Corps), 1953-1960
RF-9J (F9F-8P) Cougar — United States (Marine Corps), 1953-1962
RF-9J (F9F-8P) Cougar — United States (Marine Corps), 1963-1966
SA 313B Alouette II — Rhodesia (Army), 1971
SA.341F2 Gazelle Canon — France (Army), 1973
SA226-TC Metro II — Civilian (Civilian), 1975
SB2C-5 Helldiver — United States (Marine Corps), 1942-1950
Twin Pioneer CC.Mk.2 — Malaysia (Air Force)
UH-1H Huey — New Zealand (Air Force), 1971, Bell 205A-1

Ships

112 Ibn Al Hadrani [Pr.773 Polnocny C] — Libya (Navy), 1978-1999, 4x
132 Ibn Ouf — Libya (Navy), 1976, 2x
205 Al Katum [Pr.205ER Osa II] — Libya (Navy), 1977, 12x
A 110 Orangeleaf [Leaf class] — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1979-2016, 4x, Bayleaf, Oakleaf, Brambleleaf
A 705 Multatuli — Indonesia (Navy), 1961, Submarine Tender
A 903 Sambu — Indonesia (Navy), 1959, Fleet Oiler
A 904 Bunju — Indonesia (Navy), 1959, Fleet Oiler
A 921 Halmahera — Indonesia (Navy), 1957, Attack Personnel Transport Ship
A 922 Morotai — Indonesia (Navy), 1957, Attack Personnel Transport Ship
A 924 Nusa Telu — Indonesia (Navy), 1961, Attack Cargo Ship
A 925 Banggai — Indonesia (Navy), 1961, Attack Cargo Ship
A Thamrin — Indonesia (Navy), 1962, Submarine Tender
AK Liberty Class — Generic (Navy), 1942
BB Queen Elizabeth — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1945-1948, Reserve
BB Valiant — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1945-1948, Reserve
BB Warspite — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1945-1946, Reserve
C 606 Chateaurenault — France (Navy), 1948-1952
C 607 Guichen — France (Navy), 1948-1952
Chaho Class — North Korea (Navy), 1974, MTB
Commercial Supply Vessel [6,000t DWT] — Indonesia (Commercial), 1962, Converted to LCVP Transport
D 43 HMS Matapan — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1973-1978, Sonar Trials Ship
DD 825 Carpenter FRAM 1C — United States (Navy), 1964-1967, (1 Turret Version)
DD 825 Carpenter FRAM 1C — United States (Navy), 1967-1972, (1 Turret Version)
DD 825 Carpenter FRAM 1C — United States (Navy), 1972-1980, (1 Turret Version)
F 01 Dat Assawari [Vosper Mk7] — Libya (Navy), 1973-1980
F 24 Rahmat [Yarrow M Class] — Malaysia (Navy), 1972, Seacat
F Chevreuil Class — France (Navy), 1940
L 860 Telukkaturai Class — Indonesia (Navy), 1958
Large Life Raft [10m] — Civilian (Civilian)
LCI 467 Amahai — Indonesia (Navy), 1950
LCVP — Netherlands (Navy), Local Conversion to Gunboat
Life Raft [5m] — Civilian (Civilian)
M 1101 Conniston [Ton Class] — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1954, Sweeper
P 255 Banteng Class — Indonesia (Navy), 1949
P 310 Kraljevica Class — Indonesia (Navy), 1958
PP 01 HDML — Indonesia (Navy), 1950
R 02 Malta Class — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1957-1961
R 02 Malta Class — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1963-1967, GWS.21 Seacat
R 02 Malta Class — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1967-1973, GWS.22 Seacat
R 02 Malta Class — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1974-1978, GWS.24 Seacat
R 02 Malta Class — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1979, GWS.50 Seawolf
RVNS Ly Thuong Kiet — South Vietnam [-1975] (Navy), 1971-1975
RVNS Ngo Quyen — South Vietnam [-1975] (Navy), 1971-1975
RVNS Pham Ngu Lao — South Vietnam [-1975] (Navy), 1972-1975
RVNS Tran Binh Trong — South Vietnam [-1975] (Navy), 1971-1975
RVNS Trần Khánh Dý — South Vietnam [-1975] (Navy), 1971-1975
RVNS Tran Quang Khai — South Vietnam [-1975] (Navy), 1971-1975
RVNS Tran Quoc Toan — South Vietnam [-1975] (Navy), 1971-1975
Sinpo — North Korea (Navy), 1970, 18x
VT Uda [Pr.577] — Indonesia (Navy), 1963, Oiler
WMEC 615 Reliance — United States (Coast Guard), 1979-1988

Submarines

O 21 Class — Netherlands (Navy), 1950-1959, 59
O 21 Class — Netherlands (Navy), 1945-1950
British S class — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1948-1969
T Class — United Kingdom (Royal Navy), 1950-1955

Facilities

AAA Bty (100mm KS-19 x 4, Fire Can FCR) — Indonesia (Army)
AAA Bty (85mm M1939 x 4) — Indonesia (Army)
AAA Plt/2 (20mm/85 Vulcan M163A1 x 2) — Morocco (Army), 1977, 2x pr Plt, 3x Plt + 2x MPQ-49, 14x Bty
AAA Plt/2 (20mm/85 Vulcan M167 Towed x 2) — Morocco (Army), 1977, 2x pr Plt, 3x Plt + 2x MPQ-49, 5x Bty
AAA Sec (12.7mm/50 Quad M55 x 2 Towed) — Generic (Army), 2x pr Bty
AAA Sec (40mm/70 Bofors SCR-517B x 2) — Netherlands (Army), 1971
AAA Sec (40mm/70 Bofors x 2) — Netherlands (Army), 1946
AAA Sec (40mm/70 Bofors x 2, FCE7 FCR) — United Kingdom (Royal Air Force), 1946
AAA Sec (40mm/70 Bofors x 2, FCE7 FCR) — United Kingdom (Royal Army), 1946-1982
Armed Police Sec — Generic (Civilian)
Armored Plt (AMX-13/90 Light Tank x 3) — France (Army), 1970-1990
Armored Plt (T-80 MBT x 3) — Soviet Union [-1991] (Red Army), 1979-1991
Armored Plt (T-80 MBT x 4) — Soviet Union [-1991] (Red Army), 1979-1991
Armored Sec (FV101 Scorpion Light Tank x 2) — United Kingdom (Royal Army), 1973-1995
Arty Bty (122mm D-74 Howitzer x 6) — Indonesia (Army), 1955
Arty Bty (152mm/48 2A36 Giatsint-B Towed Howitzer x 6) — Soviet Union [-1991] (Red Army), 1977-1991
Arty Bty (152mm/48 2A37 2S5 Giatsint-S Self-Propelled Howitzer x 6) — Soviet Union [-1991] (Red Army), 1977-1991
Arty Bty (155mm/39 M198 Towed Howitzer x 6) — United States (Army), 1979
Arty Bty (170mm M-1978 Koksan Self-Propelled Howitzer x 6) — North Korea (Army), 1978
Bunker (105mm) — Netherlands (Army)
CIA Agent — United States (Civilian)
Fire Base — United States (Army), Vietnam War (105mm Bty + M42A1 40mm Twin)
Fire Base — United States (Army), Vietnam War (155mm Bty + M42A1 40mm Twin)
Fire Base — United States (Marine Corps), Vietnam War (105mm Bty + M42A1 40mm Twin)
Fire Base — United States (Marine Corps), Vietnam War (155mm Bty + M42A1 40mm Twin)
Inf Plt (Australian SAS) — Australia (Army)
Inf Plt (British Army Gurkha’s) — United Kingdom (Royal Army)
Inf Plt (Marines) — Indonesia (Navy)
Inf Plt (Paratroopers) — Indonesia (Army)
Inf Plt (Rebels) — Indonesia (Army)
Inf Sec (SAS Recon) — Australia (Army) Inf Sec (SAS) — Australia (Army)
Mech Inf Plt (BMR-600 APC x 4) — Spain (Army), 1978
Mech Inf Plt (FV432 IFV x 4) — United Kingdom (Royal Army), 1962
Pill Box (7.62mm) — Generic (Generic)
Radar (AN/MPQ-49 FAAR) — Morocco (Army), 1977
Radar (Big Mesh [P-30]) — Indonesia (Air Force), 1961
Radar (Flat Face A [P-15]) — Soviet Union [-1991] (Air Defence Troops [PVO])
Radar (Flat Face A [P-15]) — Soviet Union [-1991] (Red Army)
Radar (HF-200 HF) — Indonesia (Air Force), 1962
Radar (PS-47/F) — Sweden (Air Force), 1965-1993, 9x
Radar (Token) — Soviet Union [-1991] (Air Defence Troops [PVO]), EW/GCI
Radar (Token) — Soviet Union [-1991] (Red Army), EW/GCI
Radar Nysa [A] — Indonesia (Air Force), 1961
Radar Nysa [B] — Indonesia (Air Force), 1961
Rail Bridge (150 Tons) — Generic (Generic)
Rail Bridge (60 Tons) — Generic (Generic)
SAM Plt/2 (Chaparral x 2) — Morocco (Army), 1977, 2x pr Plt, 3x Plt + 2x MPQ-49 pr Bty
SSM Bn (SS-21a Scarab [9K79 Tochka] TEL) — Soviet Union [-1991] (Red Army), 1978-1991, Conventional
SSM Bn (SS-21a Scarab [9K79 Tochka] TEL) — Soviet Union [-1991] (Red Army), 1978-1991, Nuclear
Vehicle (Tank, Armoured Vehicle Launched Bridge x 1) — Generic (Generic)
Vehicles (Pontoon Bridge Carriers x 4) — Generic (Generic), Bridging Unit

Weapons

20mm M621 Burst [20 rnds]
AN.602 hydrogen bomb — -Tsar Bomba
MBU-600 ASW Mortar Salvo [24 rnds]
MIM-14B Nike Hercules [W-31 Mod 0 20 kt]
Mk18 Mod 2 — 1944-60
Mk24 FIDO Torpedo — 1942-1948
Mk27 Mod 4 — 1946-1960
Mk28 — 1944-60
Mk34 Mod 1 Torpedo — 1948-1958
RBU-1 ASW Rocket Salvo [2 rnds]
Si 270/533 Straight-Runner

Sensors

AN/ASG-15 — B-52G
AN/ASG-21 — B-52H
AN/MPQ-4A
Generic Tail Gun Optical Sight — Anti-Air
MD-5 — B-52B
Type 271P — 1943
Type 272 — 1941
Type IV Early Warning

Fixed/Added:
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- 0003536: Fuel window does not close when A/C lands
- 0003909: “Manual” Checkbox on foreign contacts
- 0005194: Manual Speed checkbox sometimes remains in unit status dialog when you go to an enemy contact
- 0005001: EOIR Sensors Classifying Submarines
- 0004738: Time on Date/Time bar should say Zulu, not GMT?
- 0004702: SA-7 rear-aspect issue: missile will rarely fire
- 0006621: Goa in surface mode is running out of energy when fired on surface contact
- 0006596: Can hidden sonobouys not be selectable?
- 0006232: Submarine SAMs vs MPAs
- 0006163: Sub cannot shot SA-7 at Nimrod
- 0006088: Submarines on the surface can not be engaged by guns
- 0005748: Group display cut-off bug
- 0005534: SAM against ships always run out of energy before hitting
- 0005224: Plot Function Requests (double-click to end plotting)
- 0007404: Some serious UI (?) bug – when you select AI unit first..
- 0006750: Cloud deck altitude
- 0006639: Visibility issue- Weather penalties a bit harsh
- 0007419: SAMs can not engage SAMs in surface mode
- 0007416: Lock up-Freeze
- 0006545: Issue with Sosus not detecting stuff
- 0002893: Depth Charges and RBU’s- Should we use a CEP model with them?
- 0006752: Tough to get a sub to fire MANPAD at a plane
- 0006861: Waypoints: double click to stop entering waypoints
- 0007409: Lost two planes at takeoff
- 0001195: All keyboard shortcuts should be available by mouse somewhere in the screen
- 0001902: Copy, delete, move unit items should be included into the sceneditor’s menu
- 0005161: Unit status does not update when loading a new scenario
- 0004862: Deleted waypoints do not update Plot until pressing Play
- 0004742: Hotkeys should be displayed in the menu bar
- 0006340: Hold Position Setting not saved
- 0006786: When missiles see missiles.
- 0005240: Menu item for ‘track current unit’
- 0006324: Hold Position is not saved
- 0005507: UI is not updated when deleting a waypoint
- 0007456: Switch Unit/Group view on computers without numeric keypad (‘V’ hotkey?)
- 0007426: EC.665 Tiger helicopters can’t fire Hellfire IIs
- 0007406: Add GBU-43/B MOAB and BLU-82 Daisy Cutter loadout to US MC-130′s
- 0007430: Minor visual UI bug. Hiding/revealing unit attributes causes icon to disappear
- 0007170: MH-60S Gunship 2000 Loadouts
- 0007216: Add database validation check: Ships with elevators need to be Aviation Ship
- 0007464: SS-N-19 goes autonomous too quickly when target information ages
- 0007458: CG 11 Chicago 24 Aircraft Spots?
- 0007463: Australian Hornet upgrades (HUG2.x)
- 0003420: NORINCO-200 anti-runway bomb
- 0002754: Vietnamese Navy Ship Updates (Gepards, BPS Rename, Tarantul V, Svetlak)
- 0002932: YLC-20 land-based ELINT
- 0002888: Add USNS Howard O. Lorenzen.(T-AGM-25)
- 0003735: Add Bohai Emerald Bead 2012
- 0003607: Add Venezuelan SA-3
- 0004476: Add AN/TPS-80 G/ATOR
- 0004320: ASIP SIGINT sensor for U-2S, Global Hawk, Reaper
- 0004264: Type 200-4 “Sino-Durandal” and Type 200A anti-runway bombs
- 0005130: Add KC-46A
- 0005792: Tomahawk Block IV MMT
- 0005642: Option for turning on/off Group View under Map Settings
- 0006057: Soviet SAM updates
- 0005703: Syrian Radars
- 0006064: KJ-500 AWACS
- 0006265: JY-29/LSS-1 radar
- 0006356: RT-2000 MLRS (Taiwan)
- 0006072: Add ability to enable/disable showing ghosted group members when group is selected
- 0006199: Syrian air defence updates
- 0006230: Chinese C4I/ISR/EW aircraft checklist
- 0006494: Need to Implement Argon ST WBR-2000 ESM suite
- 0006833: Gepard3.9, Project 11661E(Vietnam)
- 0007140: DongDiao-class AGI
- 0007012: Gripen-NG new details – various adjustments needed
- 0007128: Pictures and details on Chinese AGI’s (Dongdiao class AGI )
- 0006989: Update MH-47G/MH-60M
- 0007157: Add US KC-46 Pegasus
- 0007209: Z-18 family
- 0007343: CV-22A decoy system and guns
- 0007262: P-8A LSRS/AAS variant
- 0007340: Virginia-class Blk V SSGN
- 0007339: Virginia-class Blk III SSN
- 0007266: Add 59N6E Protivnik GE 3D Surveillance Radar
- 0007386: Minor text fix for Japanese Eagles
- 0007377: Add SDB & GBU-49 to Swedish Gripens
- 0007366: SM-3 Block 1B deployed
- 0007344: MV-22B Update
- 0007400: B-52 Guns
- 0007397: Add Durandal loadout to Pakistani A-5 Fantans
- 0007432: Various New Zealand corrections and additions
- 0007427: USNS Howard O. Lorenzen (T-AGM 25)
- 0007423: Mike’s China Database Adds
- 0007445: B-52 tail gun corrections
- 0007447: Italian Tornado ECR MLU
- 0007434: Phoenix vs. Backfire
- 0007472: SOSUS Still an issue
- 0007495: Repeatable Captured Program crash
- 0007375: Decoys can’t be shot down
- 0007497: weapons have a PH of 0% against MALD
- 0006488: Jamming issue – AAM are fired blind and are wasted
- 0007042: Jamming issue – SAM firing with insufficient reflection against stealth target w/OECM
- 0006128: Air combat modelling: AIM-7P launched in heavy jamming environment and go blind, self destructing after 5 sec
- 0007486: Problem with imports (2 Large parking spaces don’t equal 1 very large)
- 0001573: Weapon ranges and numbers display for a task force/group
- 0007451: Must enable vs-missile modifiers for unguided weapons too
- 0007431: Command Crashes if dialog closed in middle of load autosave workflow
- 0007470: MIssion Editor Dialog: Loadout title and availabe weapons
- 0005726: Sprint and drift
- 0001959: Add quick key refcard HTML file as CHM to the sim
- 0003489: There’s no way to make relative reference points no longer relative to a unit.
- 0006539: Graphic glitch in Doctrine setting
- 0005454: ‘Hold Fire’ as side-wide option
- 0003622: Use of attack/sensor/logistics buttons/hotkeys after selecting multiple units including hostiles
- 0003837: New date and time not displayed until clock is started.
- 0003857: Weapon Alloc dialog does not always show all weapons
- 0004835: Should not be able to assign allied units to own missions
- 0004757: God View hotkey
- 0004743: No hotkeys for adding, moving and deleting ref points?
- 0004417: Rename function Gui inconsistency-reference points and units
- 0004083: Data area of Message Log Options box does not expand when box expanded.
- 0005332: * (keypad) key, to cycle display for databolcks, doesn’t work if game is paused.
- 0005312: Mission Editor Hotkey
- 0005281: Clear Message Log hotkey
- 0004864: Land units should not give the option to plot etc.
- 0005093: Rename waypoint should be Ctrl + R rather than just R
- 0005347: Feature request: Quick access, in-game shortcut list
- 0005350: User would like to set multiple aircraft’s homebase value in a couple clicks rather than just one
- 0005377: Camera altitude is not updated until a object is clicked
- 0005506: ‘Add’ & ‘Delete Reference Point’ hotkey
- 0005550: Right Side Information Dialog Issue
- 0005663: Ability to only show plotted course for selected unit
- 0005636: Hot Key List in Help Menu
- 0005586: Accidently giving sensor commands to a contact
- 0005584: Unit on patrrol mission trying to intercept unit outside its range
- 0005581: Move No-nav and exclusion zones to different drop down
- 0005565: On reload, group (leader) lacks tickmark (hold fire etc)
- 0006560: Clear log hot key
- 0006464: Mission Eidtor Refresh- Old info still in there at launch
- 0006462: Delete should only delete selected Reference Point. Not the last one you clicked
- 0006117: MPA aircraft assigned to ASW missions are dropping 1 sonobouy
- 0005918: Add links to DB viewer weapons entry from Weapons Dialog and Ship Forms
- 0005689: Looks like we have a 60 day maximum for scenarios
- 0006585: Helicopters are not dropping sonobuoys
- 0006740: Friendly side has access to other’s navpoint sensor/alt orders
- 0006741: Access to friendly ships’ dialogs
- 0007007: Do not highlight or unhighlight refpoints then drag-moving
- 0006900: Limit CAP investigation radius
- 0006743: You can move ships friendly to you’s waypoints around.
- 0006742: Allied Ship speed change
- 0007460: Remove relativity from selected Ref Point(s)
- 0007050: EA-6Bs forget jammer settings on load
- 0007457: Stuff not saving to file
- 0007449: Assorted UI issues
- 0007436: Display remaining distance in Unit Status fuel pane
- 0007461: Scenario Briefing – expand the multi-line textbox as the window expands
- 0007387: Quick shortcut key to cycle through sides (maybe s key)
- 0006705: If you select all units (multiple sides) and try and import then Command crashes
- 0007132: Command Process not terminating when application is closed
- 0007503: Raven 21 Repeatable Crash
- 0007511: Crash when opening edit menu
- 0007516: Red X crash
- 0007518: Bug if attempting copy or move on deleted unit
- 0007523: Infinite Loop When Aircraft Destroyed
- 0007514: Cannot use edit aircraft function with groups- options greyed on on drop down
- 0007288: Out of memory bug
- 0006853: No Pulse mode and recording with time compression doesn’t work
- 0007477: “Unit X Destroyed” message and popup kept firing
- 0005433: User able to manipulate friendly unit’s plot path
- 0005539: Aircraft Group Altitude Differentiation
- 0005779: Map declutter suggestions (view enemy installations as single installations)
- 0006843: Take off altitude initially very high then on next launch very low 24 meters
- 0007292: Support Mission: 2nd Launch Alt issue
- 0007442: ESM OTH capabilities
- 0007512: Add keyboard hotkeys in addition to numpad hotkeys
- 0007473: Make callsigns/unit names visible in unit status dialog
- 0007455: Add hotkeys
- 0007546: Visual ID’ing (by class only!) surfaced submarines
- 0007545: Enemy weapon range ring weirdness
- 0007543: AI’s use of carrier catapults and elevators during recovery cycles
- 0007539: Ship can’t visually identify surfaced subs
- 0007525: All catapults in use at landing
- 0007522: Some target types give strange suitable weapons (TGPs, ECM fuel tanks etc) – Editor Cleanup
- 0007548: Minor UI issue when renaming unit/ref points
- 0007549: Lock up on Impact
- 0007517: Error Message when opening mission editor
- 0007534: Error Message when opening mission editor
- 0007552: Repeatable Crash when selecting a unit, switching side and clicking Editor from the Command Menu
- 0007559: Exception Changjian Strike
- 0002311: Add South Korea Thaplya (Project 1206.1 Murena E) Hovercraft 2007
- 0006228: Add LT-2000 (Thunderbolt 2000) MRLS System (Taiwan)
- 0006578: Land based Rocket systems should be able to target ships
- 0006632: Add Reliance Class US Coast Guard Cutters
- 0006180: Saettia MK4, Diciotti Class Patrol Vessel
- 0007541: Vivid Sentry instant crash-repeatable
- 0007532: Add DPRK/Iraqi 170mm Koksans
- 0007553: Vietnamese Gepard’s are armed differently than Russian models
- 0007556: Error Message
- 0007558: Nixie launch issues
- 0007561: Multiselect no longer works
- 0007562: Repeatable Crash
- 0007538: Repeatable Crash in my Scenario
- 0007564: Manually plotted aircraft aren’t rtb’ing with a enough fuel to get back
- 0007557: P-3 and SH-60 do not take off for patrol mission (can launch manually though)
- 0007560: Bug visibility target
- 0007565: Cannot seem to change loadout on landed aircraft. Status stuck at readying
- 0007580: No response to manually entered speed
- 0007571: Bug just before missile engagement
- 0007570: Contradictory ready information in Air Ops dialog
- 0007569: Error message pop up
- 0007582: BOL launch not working for group leader
- 0006392: Baloogan’s Black Background- Perhaps add as an option?
- 0006579: Black background layer for Command
- 0007591: Unable to save imports
- 0007540: Trouble Deploying SDV
- 0007510: Improve submarine damage modelling
- 0007496: Inactive patrol mission still causes unit with plotted course to plot patrol course
- 0007493: Units assigned to Patrol Mission with 2 reference points are ping ponging back and forth
- 0006660: Strange Mk 48 Mod 1 DLZ Case
- 0006405: Building firing resolution: Maria y Victoria Torpedo Problem(s)
- 0007595: Units in a 2-RP patrol don´t asume patrolling status
- 0007310: Message log reverts to the main Window
- 0004961: Can’t pause the game if the message window is currently active/selected
- 0005346: Display Group/Unit mode in lower left corner
- 0006138: After using the Add Edit sides dialog the matrix menu is the active window
- 0007078: Wrong window is coming into the foreground
- 0007058: Closing the mission-editor-window
- 0006876: AI mission logic sends unarmed planes on mission
- 0006684: Game randomly + frequently switches to background
- 0007596: Error on missile right click
- 0007555: Aircraft Mission Status is Rapidly Changing
- 0007598: Crash Bug when re-targeting weapons after launch
- 0007179: adding multiple units in a row, unit list disappears if no name typed
- 0007314: Main Window Loosing Focus
- 0007485: Wingmen in groups using the Autoplanner continously switch between Tasked and Unassigned statuses
- 0007478: Message log gains focus -> no more keyboard inputs
- 0007606: Planes will load reserve ready and continue to fly missions
- 0007392: Carrier capable flag not in use pre-413 dbs
- 0007578: Player ordering manual attack on contact group: attack dialog should show all components
- 0007334: Group has new leader and new stations every load
- 0007515: Group lead changes not surviving save game
- 0007601: Mission Editor Dialog: Show current ready status of aircraft
- 0006409: Must improve ABM intercept guidance logic (missiles fired at impossible [off-angle] targets)
- 0006941: Need to improve ABM guidance algorithms
- 0006875: Arrow ABM intercepts going awry + Patriots going zig-zag
- 0007610: ES-3601 Picking up everything
- 0007616: If you open the speed and alt dialog and then switch to a different unit the dialog doesn’t update to match type
- 0007612: Open dialogs should not block hotkey input
- 0007722: Group/Unit View and the Mission Planner
- 0007745: Ability to set ‘Hold Position’ for all own-side units
- 0007744: Kite Screech and Vorenzh arcs
- 0007738: Feet and Meters Being displayed in Message Log
- 0005174: Platform display scrolling issue
- 0007730: If you select a land grouping (air base etc) in the mission editor the individual components aren’t displayed as targets in ME
- 0007717: Message Log: Deleting itself-truncating
- 0007736: Message Log frequent clearing
- 0007754: If no side is created hitting hotkeys crashes the game
- 0007761: Low 1% Pk with Phalanx Block IB
- 0007757: Launching the database viewer crashes the game.
- 0007765: Disengage (Ctrl+E) is not working for groups
- 0007767: Crash
- 0006979: Air independent propulsion bugs
- 0007770: AI should plot around known mines if on a mission
- 0006439: Torpedo homing depth
- 0007769: Launch as Group Crash
- 0007763: Torp attacks pretty weird
- 0007762: Unit status display on right of UI doesn’t always work
- 0007773: Grouped mobile units are instantly visible. Is autodetect on?
- 0007776: Command App not closing running the background
- 0002814: JLENS
- 0002891: M982 Excalibur guided 155mm round
- 0004490: Submarine torpedo firing arcs off
- 0003631: US Excalibur Artillery Rounds
- 0003146: INS Chakra (Akula II)
- 0003596: SAR-Lupe satellite
- 0006503: Add Portugeuse Navy
- 0006509: Valiant / Churchill class Harpoon capability
- 0006895: Mk46 and Mk48 max depths
- 0005429: European Satellite Updates
- 0007395: Academician Pashin (project 23130) Tanker
- 0007529: New North Korean ASW helo Frigates (maybe)
- 0007368: Generic Depth Charge range
- 0007659: DB3k Update: US National Guard A-7D Low Altitude Night Attack Upgrade 1989
- 0007689: A-50U Updates
- 0007683: Damaged Airbase reporting that it is overfilled when it actually isn’t
- 0007700: AL/ALQ-99 H pods in 1989 Issue
- 0007708: Seal Loadout for C-2A Greyhound
- 0007713: Add Swedish HMS Orion
- 0007714: Add Archer Artillery System
- 0007715: Add updated landsort minehunter (Sweden)
- 0007716: Add Swedish HKP 16 (Blackhawk)
- 0007740: RAF F-35B needs VTOL capability in db
- 0007733: Clemenceau needs more parking space
- 0007732: Update F-16I
- 0007729: Add A900 Mercuur class submarine support vessel
- 0007728: Add HDMS Diana (P520) Denmark
- 0007746: Remove level cruise flag & cruise alt from all torpedoes
- 0007760: Gulfstream G-IV
- 0007766: Loadout 2534 has 0 mine sonars Adjust to 1
- 0007759: Typo in aircraft #2871 CF-104C
- 0007775: Sort Edit aircraft dialog by year
- 0001085: Turkish rocket & SSM platforms
- 0001921: Taiwan Surface Navy Updates
- 0003581: Fajr-3 rocket
- 0003207: RAAD ATGM
- 0003598: Mine info
- 0004383: Check Yaogan 6 SAR satellite and make sure it works
- 0004607: TOW, AT-2, AT-5, AT-13, AT-14, Javelin ATGMs as add-on weapons for ground units
- 0005825: Mark Gellis Land Structure Requests
- 0005910: Venezuela database requests
- 0006367: Add Uruguayan Joao Belo Frigate
- 0007213: F-117 Hypothetical
- 0007677: Missing OECM pods for H-6G (3299)
- 0007032: Helipad bases/facilities need ammo dumps
- 0007743: Shaddock B can’t engage surface ships
- 0007734: Spanish submarines need default torpedo loadout set
- 0007680: Venezuelan platform requests
- 0007796: Interceptors chasing satellites
- FIXED: Aircraft were launching unguided stores once they took off
- FIXED: Clear Crash Save Raven 21
- FIXED: Command not terminating properly
- FIXED: Clear Crash Save Shamal
- FIXED: Editor crash
- FIXED: RUR-5A issue