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Finnian Aeronautical Design Bureau (WIP but open for now)

Postby Finnian Bastada » Thu Dec 10, 2015 5:24 pm

Finnian Aeronautical Design Bureau is proud to announce that finally the latest in Finnian Aircraft are available to the world market. From our top of the line F/A-24's to our passenger liners.
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Military Aircraft

Postby Finnian Bastada » Thu Dec 10, 2015 5:24 pm

Fighter Aircraft
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Type: Air Supremacy Fighter with minor strike capabilities
Length:23.8m
Wingspan:17m
Height:7.05m
Propulsion:2 x Finnian Electric F136 producing 40,000 kgf; 35,000 kgf without afterburner (with 3D thrust vectoring)
Total Net Thrust:80,000 kgf; 70,000 kgf without afterburner
Empty Weight:23,500 kg
Maximum Take-Off Weight: 58,750 kg
Minimum Fuel Weight: 14,687 kg
Maximum Fuel Weight: 20,562 kg
Number of Pylon(s): 4 internal bays with 8 pylons for increased stealth, and additional 6 external hard points (use of external hard points significantly reduces stealth characteristics) for a total of 14 hard points
Normal Payload: 12,000 kg
Maximum Payload: 26,000 kg
Normal Combat Weight: 50,062 kg
Thrust-to-Weight Ratio: 1.5:1
Combat Range: 3,000km
Ferry Range: 6,200 km
Maximum Altitude: 22,000 m
Cruising Speed: 1,300 km/h
Supercruising Speed:1,963 km/h
Maximum Speed: 2,710 km/h
Crew (List): 1 (except for D and E variants)
Price:$150 million

History:
Beginning in 1998 it was realized that the Armed Republic of Finnian Bastada must begin domestic production of military hardware. In most cases this was accomplished by acquiring domestic production rights to a wide range of military systems but in regards to aircraft it was discovered that the current offering would not meet the needs of the Finnian Air Force with that in mind the Finnian Air Force moved forward on several projects including the F/A-24 Laoch Aingeal, A-12 strike aircraft, A-19 ground support aircraft, and the F-28 multi-role fighter project.

Overview:
The F/A-24 has a blended wing body fuselage and incorporates all-moving horizontal and vertical stabilizers; the vertical stabilizers toe inwards to serve as the aircraft's airbrake. The aircraft incorporates thrust vectoring and has adjustable leading edge vortex controllers (LEVCONs) designed to control vortices generated by the leading edge root extensions, and can provide trim and improve high angle of attack behaviour, including a quick stall recovery if the thrust vectoring system fails. The advanced flight control system and thrust vectoring nozzles make the aircraft departure resistant and highly maneuverable in both pitch and yaw, enabling the aircraft to perform very high angles of attack maneuvers such as the Pugachev's Cobra and the Bell maneuver, along with doing flat rotations with little altitude loss. The aircraft's high cruising speed and normal operating altitude is also expected to give it a significant kinematic advantage over prior generations of aircraft.
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The F/A-24 makes extensive use of composites, comprising 25% of the structural weight and almost 70% of the outer surface. Weapons are housed in two tandem main weapons bays between the engine nacelles and smaller bulged, triangular-section bays near the wing root. Internal weapons carriage eliminates drag from external stores and enables higher performance compared to external carriage. Advanced engines and aerodynamics enable the F/A-24 to supercruise, sustained supersonic flight without using afterburners. Combined with a high fuel load, the F/A-24 has a supersonic range of over 1,500 km, more than twice that of the previous finnian fighter aircraft. In the F/A-24s design, FADB addressed what it considered to be the F-22's limitations, such as its inability to use thrust vectoring to induce roll and yaw moments and a lack of space for weapons bays between the engines, and complications for stall recovery if thrust vectoring fails.


Propulsion/Engine:
The F/A-24 is powered by 2 Finnian Electric F136 producing 40,000 kgf; 35,000 kgf without afterburner. Using 3-D thrust vectoring to facilitate flight modes such as maneuverability each engine can independently vector its thrust upwards, downward or side to side. Vectoring one engine up with the other one down can produce a twisting force increasing maneuverability years ahead of 4th and 5th generation fighters.

Electronics/Avionics:
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The main avionics systems are the LG321 multifunctional integrated radio electronic system (MIRES) and the 101Cannon hawkeye electro-optical system. The LG321 consists of the N036 radar system and FEL402 electronic countermeasures system. the N036 consists of the main nose-mounted N036-1-01 X band active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, or active phased array radar, with 1,552 T/R modules and two side-looking N036B-1-01 X-band AESA radars with 358 T/R modules embedded in the cheeks of the forward fuselage for increased angular coverage. The suite also has two N036L-1-01 L band transceivers on the wing's leading edge extensions that are not only used to handle the N036 (Reaper) friend-or-foe identification system but also for electronic warfare purposes. Computer processing of the X- and L-band signals by the N036UVS computer and processor enable the system’s information to be significantly enhanced.

The radar will reduce pilot load and make use of a new data link to share information between aircraft. The F/A-24 will have secure communication links to share data with all other friendly aircraft in the area, as well as airborne and ground-based control points. The FEL402 electronic countermeasures (ECM) suite made by the Finnian Electric uses both its own arrays and that of the N036 radar system. One of its arrays is mounted in the dorsal sting between the two engines enabling both detection and ECM towards the rear.

Helmet-Mounted Display System
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Rather than maneuvering with thrust vectoring, or canards to line up the target directly ahead of the aircraft, like previous generation of fighters, the F/A-24 does not need to point at the target to hit it. It uses combined radio frequency and infra red (SAIRST) "situational awareness" to continually track all nearby aircraft, the pilot's helmet-mounted display system (HMDS) for displaying and selecting targets, and High Off-Boresight (HOBS) weapons. The helmet system replaces the display suite-mounted head-up display used in earlier fighters. Because of this, FADB claims that "maneuvering is irrelevant" even though the F/A-24 is the most maneuverable aircraft available. The F/A-24's systems provide the edge in the "observe, orient, decide, and act" OODA loop; Stealth and advanced sensors aid in observation, automated target tracking helps in orientation, sensor fusion simplifies decision making, and the aircraft's controls allow action against targets without having to look away from them.

Weapons/Armament:
Main Gun-Guns: 1× 35mm M63A2 Vulcan cannon in right LEVCON root
Hard points-Various air-air, air-ground, anti-shipping ordnance, and various other equipment pods or external fuel pods can be fit on one of 8 internal hard points or 6 external hardpoints (optional)

Variants
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F-24A- The First Variant of the Laoch Aingeal is an air-supremacy aircraft pure and simple
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F/A-24B- Added a ground targeting ability enabling the Laoch Aingeal to target some ground targets
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F/A-24C- Navielized B variant designed for the Finnian and Madoxen Navies
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F/A-24D- Training version or strike aircraft
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F/A-24E- Electronic Warfare aircraft

its important to note that many of the F/A-24 images are works of bagera 3005's on deviant art his drawings are all inspiring and should definetly be looked into


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Type: Multi-role Fighter Aircraft
Length:18.92 m
Wingspan:13.56 m
Height:5.08 m
Propulsion:2 × Finnian Electric F137 pitch thrust vectoring turbofans
Empty Weight:19,700 kg
Normal Weight:29,410 kg
Maximum Take-Off Weight:(38,000 kg)
Combat Range: 410 nmi (with 100 nmi in supercruise) (470 mi, 760 km)
Ferry Range: 2,000 mi (1,740 nmi, 3,220 km)
Operational Ceiling/Altitude: 65,000 ft (20,000 m)
Supercruising Speed: Mach 1.82 (1,220 mph, 1,960 km/h)
Maximum Speed: Mach 2.25 (1,500 mph, 2,410 km/h)
Number of pylon(s): 4 internal bays with 6 pylons plus up to 4 external pylons
Crew (List): 1
Price: $95 million-$105 million NSD

History
The F/A-28 Project was born out of a need of a dedicated multi-role fighter aircraft as well as a cost effective alternative to the F-24 series for Finnian Allies. The F/A-28 replaced F-16's, F-18's, and Harrier jump jets as well as beating out the CSA's JSF program for many NPA nations. the Gray Falcon comes in three variants a normal multi-role fighter aircraft, a V/STOL multi-role Aircraft, and a Carrier based naval multi-role fighter.

Overview:
The F/A-28 is a Canard winged stealthy multi-role fighter capable of fulfilling many missions at an affordable cost, the airframe is comprised of 45% composites (mainly carbine fiber) with the remaining being Titanium or aluminum alloys. The F/A-28 like her big sister the F-24 carries her main armaments in internal weapon bays this reduces her radar cross section allowing her to approach enemies with a lower chance of detection by radar increasing the likelihood of a successful mission and reducing the risk of loss to expensive aircraft and flight crews. Among the three variants the biggest difference is the lifting fans on the B variant, the lift fan is connected by a drive line to the turbine engines when engaged doors over and under the lift fans open and the rear nozzles are aimed down to produce 90 percent of the lift micro nozzles in the wings provide stability and the remaining 10% lift.

Propulsion/Engine:
the F/A-28 is powered by 2 Finnian Electric F137 pitch thrust vectoring turbofans capable of vectoring thrust up and down but not in 3 dimensions like the F-24. Each engine is capable of producing 26,000 lb and 35,000 lb each with afterburners engaged

Electronics/Avionics:
Key avionics include BAE Systems EI&S AN/ALR-94 radar warning receiver (RWR), Finnian Electric AN/AAR-56 infrared and ultraviolet Missile Launch Detector (MLD) and LG AN/APG-77 active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar. The MLD features six sensors to provide full spherical infrared coverage. The RWR is a passive radar detector with more than 30 antennas are blended into the wings and fuselage for all-round coverage. A former F-28 program head at FADB, described it as "the most technically complex piece of equipment on the aircraft." The range of the RWR (250+ nmi) exceeds the radar's, and can cue radar emissions to be confined to a narrow beam (down to 2° by 2° in azimuth and elevation) to increase stealth. Depending on the detected threat, the defensive systems can prompt the pilot to release countermeasures such as flares or chaff. According to experts had said the ALR-94 can be used as a passive detection system capable of searching targets and providing enough information for a radar lock on.

Helmet-Mounted Display System
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Rather than maneuvering with thrust vectoring, or canards to line up the target directly ahead of the aircraft, like previous generation of fighters, the F/A-28 does not need to point at the target to hit it. It uses combined radio frequency and infra red (SAIRST) "situational awareness" to continually track all nearby aircraft, the pilot's helmet-mounted display system (HMDS) for displaying and selecting targets, and High Off-Boresight (HOBS) weapons. The helmet system replaces the display suite-mounted head-up display used in earlier fighters. Because of this, FADB claims that "maneuvering is irrelevant". The F/A-28's systems provide the edge in the "observe, orient, decide, and act" OODA loop; Stealth and advanced sensors aid in observation, automated target tracking helps in orientation, sensor fusion simplifies decision making, and the aircraft's controls allow action against targets without having to look away from them.

Weapons/Armament:
Main Gun-Guns: 1× 35mm M63A2 Vulcan cannon in left canard root
Hard points-Various air-air, air-ground, anti-shipping ordnance, and various other equipment pods or external fuel pods can be fit on one of 6 internal hard points in 4 bays or 4 external hardpoints (optional)

Variants
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F/A-28A- Multi-role Fighter Aircraft
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F/A-28B- Multi-role V/STOL Fighter Aircraft
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F/A-28C- Navalized Multi-role Fighter Aircraft

its important to note that many of the F/A-28 images are works of bagera 3005's on deviant art his drawings are all inspiring and should definitely be looked into


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Type: Budget Air Defense Fighter and Aggressor Trainer Aircraft
Length: 42 ft
Wingspan: 33 ft 4 in
Height: 12 ft 4 in
Propulsion: One (1) Finnian Electric F414 Turbofan delivering 26,600 lbs with Afterburner and 16,232 lbs at Military Power
Combat Range: 550 nm
Ferry Range: 1,821 nm (with 2 external fuel tanks)
Maximum Altitude: 55,000 ft
Maximum Speed: 2.27 Mach
Armament: Fixed: One Nose mounted General Dynamics six barrel M61A2 20mm gatling cannon with 1,000 rds
Expendable: Eight external wing hardpoints for carriage of up to 12,000 lbs of external stores
Crew: 1 pilot
Price:26 million NSD


Ground Attack Aircraft
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Type: Strike Aircraft
Length: 11.5 m (37 ft 10 in )
Wingspan: 21.4 m (70 ft 3 in) unfolded, 11.0 m (36 ft 3 in )folded
Height: 3.4 m (11 ft 3 in)
Propulsion: 2× Hart & Hunter HH220 , 65,000 lbf
non-afterburning turbofans
Empty Weight: 17,700 kg (39,000 lb)
Normal Weight: 36,300 kg (80,000 lb)
Combat Range: 900 miles (1448 nmi, 4096 km)
Ferry Range: 2000 miles
Maximum Altitude:65,000 ft (20,000 m)
Cruising Speed: 500 knots (580 mph, 930 km/h)
Maximum Speed: mach 1.2
number of pylon(s): all weapon stores are kept internal inside 2 bays, number of weapons depends on weapons carried
Crew (List): 2 for all variants except for E/A-12B which has 4 crew
Price: 103 million NSD (E/A-12B 107 million NSD)

History
The A-12 program came about after many international war-games proved again and again that non-stealth strike aircraft had a 78% greater risk of destruction prior to completing a strike mission thus, the Finnian Airforce and Finnian Navy in order to complete their assigned missions demanded a stealth strike aircraft to go along with the new F-24's and F/A-28's. The A-12 program much like the A-19 program where after thoughts to the sexier fighter aircraft but have since proven their worth several times. The A-12C's of the Finnian Navy where responsible for destruction of the Empire of the Rising Suns fleet in the closing months of the Second Pacific War.

Overview
The A-12 incorporates a flying wing design, weapons bays, and S-curve engine inlets amongst other Stealth features to create a stealthy aircraft capable of penetrating the best Anti-Aircraft network with a minimum risk to crew and aircraft. The A and C variants are 2 man aircraft with a pilot and weapons officer while the E/A-12B variant carries a 4 man crew to conduct electronic warfare support for strike missions or anti-air suppression missions in preparation for later strike missions.

Avionics
The Avionics package of the A-12 includes a Westinghouse AN/APQ-183 Multimode Radar for targeting both ground and Air targets, Kaiser Multifunction Display (MFD) screens (3), Finnian Electric IRSTS (Infrared Search and Track System), LG Datalink for reduction of detectable of electronic noise, AN/ALD-I I ESM (Electronic Surveillance Module) set, and a Integrated Electronic Warfare System on all models with the E/A-12B having more electronic warfare systems.

Helmet-Mounted Display System
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The A-12 aircraft incorporates the Helmet mounted display system developed for the F-24 and F/A-28 aircraft but instead of targeting aircraft will replace a heads up unit for targeting as well as incorporating night vision and FLIR cameras into a singular system increasing the pilots ability to accomplish their mission.

Weapons Systems
Hardpoints- The A-12 has three internal weapons bays 2 with 2 hardpoints and a centerline weapons bay with up to 4 hardpoints. (depending on ordnance carried a weapons load can range from 8 long range anti-ship or cruise missiles to 40 smaller bombs) the A-12 can be equipped with up to 2 drop tanks to extend range however it should be noted that use of drop tanks does diminish the stealth capabilities of the A-12

Variants
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A-12A- Stealth Strike Aircraft
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A-12B- Stealth Electronic Warfare Aircraft
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A-12C-Navalized version of the A-12A

its important to note that many of the A-12 images are works of bagera 3005's on deviant art his drawings are all inspiring and should definitely be looked into


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Type: Ground support and Strike Aircraft
Length: 21.26 m (69 ft 9 in)
Wingspan:12.88 m (42 ft 3 in)
Height:4.45 m (14 ft 7 in)
Propulsion: 2 × Finnian Electric F137 after-burning turbofans, 76.18 kN (17,125 lbf) thrust each dry, 179.9 kN (27,500 or 40,450 lbf) with afterburner
Empty Weight: 17,000 kg (37,479 lb)
Maximum Take-Off Weight: 36,287 kg (80,000 lb)
Combat Range:5,500 km (3,418 mi; 2,970 nmi)
Maximum Altitude:20,000 m (65,617 ft)
Maximum Speed:Mach 1.2 (915 mph, 1,470 km/h)
number of pylons:8 internal (4, 2 pylon bays), an additional 6 external pylons can be added however it should be noted external pylons dramatically reduce stealth characteristics
Crew:1
Price: 93 million NSD

History
Following success of the latest Finnian designed aircraft, the Finnian Military took an in depth look as to which mission capabilities need an updated platform, the one that continued to surface was close air support of ground units, a job ably performed by the nearly 40 year old A-10 studies showed that while the A-10 is a very capable aircraft it was becoming a sitting duck and would soon be unable to perform her duties in a major conflict with an enemy whos anti-air capabilities where beyond that of a minor warlord. Some studies suggested the vaunted A-10's could continue to remain viable with heavy support from other next-gen aircraft but this was not enough the Army and Marine Corps demanded that a replacement be found for front-line ground support capable of surviving a modern battle space full of Anti-Air units and Fighter aircraft. With this in mind the A-19 program was born three requirements where key; Survival in the battle space, Incorporated Stealth Features, and inclusion of the vaunted 30 mm GAU-8A Avenger rotary cannon that is its primary armament of the A-10. With these in mind the A-19 grew into a supremely capable replacement for the A-10.

Overview
The A-19 is a canard wing stealth aircraft similar in design to the F/A-28, the A-19 takes advantage of composite materials including carbon fiber and Kevlar both for strengthening and lighting of the Air-frame. The air-frame makes use of Titanium Alloys where composites would not have been practical. The A-19 borrowed the Titanium bath tub design of the A-10 to increase pilot survivability.
The A-19 is armed with a updated GAU-8A2 Avenger rotary cannon and carries up to 1,500 rounds of 30mm ammunition, for many missions the A-19 carries her weapons in internal weapons bays. To reduce cost and get the A-19 in to service quicker the Avionics package was borrowed from the A-12 program with some mission specific modifications

Avionics
The Avionics package of the A-19 includes a Westinghouse AN/APQ-183 Multimode Radar for targeting both ground and Air targets, Kaiser Multifunction Display (MFD) screens (3), Finnian Electric IRSTS (Infrared Search and Track System), LG Datalink for reduction of detectable of electronic noise, AN/ALD-I I ESM (Electronic Surveillance Module) set, and a Integrated Electronic Warfare System.

Helmet-Mounted Display System
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The A-19 aircraft incorporates the Helmet mounted display system developed for the F-24 and F/A-28 aircraft but instead of targeting aircraft will replace a heads up unit for targeting as well as incorporating night vision and FLIR cameras into a singular system increasing the pilots ability to accomplish their mission.

Weapons Systems
Main Gun-The Finnian Electric GAU-8/A2 Avenger is a 30 mm hydraulically driven seven-barrel Gatling-type cannon. Designed specifically for the anti-tank role, the Avenger delivers very powerful rounds at a high rate of fire. The GAU-8/A is also used in the Goalkeeper CIWS ship weapon system, which provides defense against short-range threats such as highly maneuverable missiles, aircraft and fast maneuvering surface vessels.
Ordnance-The A-19 has 4 internal weapons bays capable of carrying a wide variety of weapons 6 additional external hard points can be mounted for additional ordnance however doing so will reduce stealth characteristics of the A-19

its important to note that many of the A-19 images are works of bagera 3005's on deviant art his drawings are all inspiring and should definitely be looked into


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Type: Close Air Support (CAS), Maneuver Air Support (MAS) and COunter-INsurgency (COIN) Aircraft
Length: 38 ft 6 in
Wingspan: 53 ft 0 in
Height: 12 ft 11 in
Propulsion: One (1) Pratt & Whitney PW150 Turboprop 6,000 s/hp driving a 10ft diameter, Contra-Rotating 8/6 Blade Scimitar Propeller
Combat Range: 870 nm
Ferry Range: 3,803 nm with external fuel tanks
Maximum Altitude: 45,000 ft
Maximum Speed: 470 mph
Maximum Loiter Time with internal fuel at Sea Level: >13 Hrs
Armament: 1 Four Barrel GAU-13/A 30mm Gatling Cannon with 1,000 rds, 8 external hardpoints
Crew:1 pilot
Price: $22 million NSD


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Type: Close Air Support (CAS), Anti-Armor (AA) and Maritime Strike (MS) All Weather Attack Aircraft
Length: 38 ft 6 in
Wingspan: 53 ft 0 in
Height: 12 ft 11 in
Propulsion: One (1) Finnian Electric Aircraft Engines Non-Afterburning F414DE Turbofan Delivering 14,756 lb st
Combat Range: 677 nm
Ferry Range: 4,229 nm with external tanks
Maximum Altitude: 55,000 ft
Maximum Speed: 700 mph
Armament: 1 Four Barrel GAU-13/A 30mm Gatling Cannon with 1,000 rds, 8 external hardpoints
Crew: 1 pilot
Price: $27 Million NSD


Strategic Bomber Aircraft
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Type: Strategic Bomber (supersonic)
Crew:4 (aircraft commander, copilot, offensive systems officer and defensive systems officer)
Length: 146 ft (44.5 m)
Wingspan: Extended: 137 ft (41.8 m),Swept: 79 ft (24.1 m)
Height:34 ft (10.4 m)
Wing area:1,950 ft² (181.2 m²)
Empty weight:192,000 lb (87,100 kg)
Loaded weight:326,000 lb (148,000 kg)
Max takeoff weight: 477,000 lb (216,400 kg)
Powerplant: 4× Finnian General F101-GE-102 augmented turbofans, Dry thrust: 14,600 lbf (64.9 kN) each, Thrust with afterburner: 30,780 lbf (136.92 kN) each
Maximum speed: At altitude: Mach 1.25 (830 mph, 1,330 km/h), At low level: Mach 0.92 (700 mph, 1,130 km/h)
Range:6,478 nmi (7,456 mi, 11,998 km)
Combat radius:2,993 nmi (3,445 mi, 5,543 km)
Service ceiling:60,000 ft (18,000 m)
Hardpoints: six external hardpoints for 59,000 lb (27,000 kg) of ordnance and 3 internal bomb bays for 75,000 lb (34,000 kg) of ordnance.
-Bombs:
-84× Mk-82 AIR inflatable retarder general purpose bombs
-81× Mk-82 low drag general purpose bombs
-84× Mk-62 Quickstrike sea mines
-24× Mk-65 naval mines
-30× CBU-87/89/CBU-97 Cluster Bomb Units (CBU)
-30× CBU-103/104/105 Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser
-24× GBU-31 JDAM GPS guided bombs
-15× GBU-38 JDAM GPS guided bombs (Mk-82 general purpose warhead)
-24× Mk-84 general purpose bombs
-12× AGM-154 Joint Standoff Weapon
-96× or 144× GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb GPS guided bombs
-24× AGM-158 JASSM
-24× B61 thermonuclear variable-yield gravity bombs
-24x B83 nuclear bomb

Avionics
-1× AN/APQ-164 forward-looking offensive passive phased-array radar
-1× AN/ALQ-161 radar warning and defensive jamming equipment
-1× AN/ASQ-184 defensive management system
-1× Lockheed Martin Sniper XR targeting pod (optional)

History
The Finnian Air-force continued to Develop the B-1 program inherited from the US airforce following the Finnian War of Independence realizing that in order to continue as a world power and be able to defend the nation from nuclear forces. The B-1 and B-2 are both 1/3rd of the Finnian Nuclear Triad.

Overview
The B-1 has a blended wing body configuration, with variable-sweep wing, four turbofan engines, triangular fin control surfaces and cruciform tail. The wings can sweep from 15 degrees to 67.5 degrees (full forward to full sweep). Forward-swept wing settings are used for takeoff, landings and high-altitude maximum cruise. Aft-swept wing settings are used in high subsonic and supersonic flight. The B-1's variable-sweep wings and thrust-to-weight ratio provide it with better takeoff performance, allowing it to use more runways than previous bombers. The length of the aircraft presented a flexing problem due to air turbulence at low altitude. To alleviate this, Rockwell included small triangular fin control surfaces or vanes near the nose on the B-1. The B-1's Structural Mode Control System rotates the vanes automatically to counteract turbulence and smooth out the ride.

Avionics
The B-1's main computer is the IBM AP-101, which is also used on the Space Shuttle orbiter and the B-52 bomber.[78] The computer is programmed with the JOVIAL programming language. The Lancer's offensive avionics include the Westinghouse AN/APQ-164 forward-looking offensive passive electronically scanned array radar set with electronic beam steering (and a fixed antenna pointed downward for reduced radar observability), synthetic aperture radar, ground moving target indication (GMTI), and terrain-following radar modes, Doppler navigation , radar altimeter, and an inertial navigation suite. The B-1B Block D upgrade added a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver beginning in 1995.
The B-1's defensive electronics include the Eaton AN/ALQ-161A radar warning and defensive jamming equipment, which has three sets of antennas; one at the front base of each wing and the third rear-facing in the tail radome. Also in the tail radome is the AN/ALQ-153 Missile Approach Warning (Pulse-Doppler radar). The ALQ-161 is linked to a total of eight AN/ALE-49 flare dispensers located on top behind the canopy, which are handled by the AN/ASQ-184 avionics management system. Each AN/ALE-49 dispenser has a capacity of 12 MJU-23A/B flares. The MJU-23A/B flare is one of the world's largest infrared countermeasure flares at a weight of over 3.3 pounds (1.5 kg). The B-1 has also been equipped to carry the ALE-50 Towed Decoy System.

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Type: Stealth Strategic Bomber
Crew:2
Length: 69 ft (21.0 m)
Wingspan: 172 ft (52.4 m)
Height: 17 ft (5.18 m)
Wing area: 5,140 ft² (478 >m²)
Empty weight: 158,000 lb (71,700 kg)
Loaded weight: 336,500 lb (152,200 kg)
Max takeoff weight: 376,000 lb (170,600 kg)
Powerplant: 4× General Electric F118-GE-100 non-afterburning turbofans, 17,300 lbf (77 kN) each
Maximum speed: Mach 0.95 (525 knots, 604 mph, 972 km/h)
Cruise speed: Mach 0.85 (470 knots, 541 mph, 870 km/h)
Range: 6,000 nmi (11,100 km (6,900 mi))
Service ceiling: 50,000 ft (15,200 m)
Armament: 2 internal bays for 50,000 lb (23,000 kg) of ordnance.
-Bombs
-80× 500 lb class bombs (Mk-82) mounted on Bomb Rack Assembly (BRA)
-36× 750 lb CBU class bombs on BRA
-16× 2000 lb class weapons (Mk-84, JDAM-84, JDAM-102) mounted on Rotary Launcher Assembly (RLA)
-16× B61 or B83 nuclear weapons on RLA

History
Much like the B-1B The Finnian Airforce continued the Research started by the US airforce into stealth aircraft, realizing that in todays world the Finnian State must maintain an nuclear force, the B-2 is the second half of the Airborne nuclear Triad of the Armed Republic of Finnian Bastada.

Overview
The B-2 Spirit was developed to take over the Finnian Airforces vital penetration missions, able to travel deep into enemy territory to deploy their ordnance, which could include nuclear weapons. The B-2 is a flying wing aircraft, meaning it has no fuselage or tail. The blending of low-observable technologies with high aerodynamic efficiency and large payload gives the B-2 significant advantages over previous bombers. Low observability provides a greater freedom of action at high altitudes, thus increasing both range and field of view for onboard sensors. The Finnian Air Force reports its range as approximately 6,000 nautical miles (6,900 mi; 11,000 km). At cruising altitude the B-2 refuels every six hours, taking on up to 50 short tons (45 t) of fuel at a time.

Due to the aircraft's complex flight characteristics and design requirements to maintain very-low visibility to multiple means of detection, both the development and construction of the B-2 required pioneering use of computer-aided design and manufacturing technologies.The B-2 bears a resemblance to earlier Northrop aircraft: the YB-35 and YB-49 were both flying wing bombers that had been canceled in development in the early 1950s, allegedly for political reasons. The resemblance goes as far as B-2 and YB-49 having the same wingspan.
Each aircraft has a crew of two, a pilot in the left seat and mission commander in the right, and has provisions for a third crew member if needed. For comparison, the B-1B has a crew of four and the B-52 has a crew of five. The B-2 is highly automated and, unlike most two-seat aircraft, one crew member can sleep in a camp bed, use a toilet, or prepare a hot meal while the other monitors the aircraft; extensive sleep cycle and fatigue research was conducted to improve crew performance on long sorties.

Helicopters and Tilt-Rotors
Attack/Scout
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Type: Attack Helicopter
Crew: 2 (pilot, and co-pilot/gunner)
Length: 58.17 ft (17.73 m) (with both rotors turning)
Rotor diameter: 48 ft 0 in (14.63 m)
Height: 12.7 ft (3.87 m)
Empty weight: 11,387 lb (5,165 kg)
Loaded weight: 17,650 lb (8,000 kg)
Max. takeoff weight: 23,000 lb (10,433 kg)
Powerplant: 2 × Finnian General T700-GE-701C turboshafts, 1,890 shp (1,409 kW)] each
Fuselage length: 49 ft 5 in (15.06 m)
Rotor systems: 4 blade main rotor, 4 blade tail rotor in non-orthogonal alignment
Never exceed speed: 197 knots (227 mph, 365 km/h)
Maximum speed: 158 knots (182 mph, 293 km/h)
Cruise speed: 143 knots (165 mph, 265 km/h)
Range: 257 nmi (295 mi, 476 km) with Longbow radar mast
Combat radius: 260 nmi (300 mi, 480 km)
Ferry range: 1,024 nmi (1,180 mi, 1,900 km)
Service ceiling: 21,000 ft (6,400 m) minimum loaded
Rate of climb: 2,500 ft/min (12.7 m/s)
Power/mass: 0.18 hp/lb (0.31 kW/kg)
Armament:
Guns-1× 30 mm (1.18 in) M230 Chain Gun with 1,200 rounds as part of the Area Weapon Subsystem
Hardpoints- Four pylon stations on the stub wings. also have a station on each wingtip for an AIM-92 Stinger twin missile pack.
Rockets: Hydra 70 70 mm, CRV7 70 mm, and APKWS 70 mm air-to-ground rockets
Missiles: Typically AGM-114 Hellfire variants
Price:$55 million NSD
Overview-The AH-64 Apache has a four-blade main rotor and a four-blade tail rotor. The crew sits in tandem, with the pilot sitting behind and above the co-pilot/gunner. Both crew members are capable of flying the aircraft and performing methods of weapon engagements independently. The AH-64 is powered by two Finnian Electric T700 turboshaft engines with high-mounted exhausts on either side of the fuselage. Various models of engines have been used on the Apache; those in Welsh service use engines from Rolls-Royce. In 2004, Finnian Electric Aviation began producing more powerful T700-FE-701D engines, rated at 2,000 shp (1,500 kW) for AH-64Ds.[46]

The crew compartment has shielding between the cockpits, such that at least one crew member can survive hits. The compartment and the rotor blades are designed to sustain a hit from 23 mm (0.91 in) rounds. The airframe includes some 2,500 lb (1,100 kg) of protection and has a self-sealing fuel system to protect against ballistic projectiles. The aircraft was designed to meet the crashworthiness requirements of MIL-STD-1290, which specifies minimum requirement for crash impact energy attenuation to minimize crew injuries and fatalities. This was achieved through incorporation of increased structural strength, crashworthy landing gear, seats and fuel system.

On a standard day where temperatures are 59 °F (15 °C), the AH-64 has a vertical rate of climb of 1,775 feet per minute (541 m/min), and a service ceiling of 21,000 feet (6,400 m). However, on a hot day where temperatures are 70 °F (21 °C), its vertical rate of climb is reduced to 1,595 fpm (486 m/min), and service ceiling is reduced to 19,400 feet (5,900 m) due to less dense air.

Avionics and Targeting-One of the revolutionary features of the Apache was its helmet mounted display, the Integrated Helmet and Display Sighting System (IHADSS); among its capabilities, either the pilot or gunner can slave the helicopter's 30 mm automatic M230 Chain Gun to their helmet, making the gun track head movements to point where they look. The M230E1 can be alternatively fixed to a locked forward firing position, or controlled via the Target Acquisition and Designation System (TADS). On more modern AH-64s, the TADS/PNVS has been replaced by Lockheed Martin's Arrowhead (MTADS) targeting system.

Finnian Army engagement training is performed under the Aerial Weapons Scoring System Integration with Longbow Apache Tactical Engagement Simulation System (AWSS-LBA TESS), using live 30 mm and rocket ammunition as well as simulated Hellfire missiles. The Smart Onboard Data Interface Module (SMODIM) transmits Apache data to an AWSS ground station for gunnery evaluation. The AH-64's standard of performance for aerial gunnery is to achieve at least 1 hit for every 30 shots fired at a wheeled vehicle at a range of 800–1,200 m (870–1,310 yd).

The AH-64 was designed to perform in front-line environments, and to operate at night or day and during adverse weather conditions. Various sensors and onboard avionics allows the Apache to perform in these conditions; such systems include the Target Acquisition and Designation System, Pilot Night Vision System (TADS/PNVS), passive infrared countermeasures, GPS, and the IHADSS. Longbow-equipped Apaches can locate up to 256 targets simultaneously within 50 km (31 mi). In August 2012, 24 Finnian Army AH-64Ds were equipped with the Ground Fire Acquisition System (GFAS), which detects and targets ground-based weapons fire sources in all-light conditions and with a 120° Visual field. The GFAS consists of two sensor pods working with the AH-64's other sensors, and a thermographic camera that precisely locates muzzle flashes.

In 2014, it was announced that new targeting and surveillance sensors were under development to provide high-resolution color imagery to crews, replacing older low definition black-and-white imaging systems. Lockheed received the first contract in January 2016, upgrading the Arrowhead turret to provide higher-resolution color imaging with longer ranges and a wider field of view. In 2014, the Finnian Army was adapting its Apaches for increased maritime performance as part of the MoD's rebalance to the Pacific. Additional avionics and sensor improvements includes an extended-range radar capable of detecting small ships in littoral environments, software adaptions to handle maritime targets, and adding Link 16 data-links for better communications with friendly assets.

Armaments and configurations-The AH-64 is adaptable to numerous different roles within its context as Close Combat Attack (CCA). In addition to the 30 mm M230E1 Chain Gun, the Apache carries a range of external stores and weapons on its stub-wing pylons, typically a mixture of AGM-114 Hellfire anti-tank missiles, and Hydra 70 general-purpose unguided 70 mm (2.756 in) rockets. One 18-aircraft Apache battalion equipped with Hellfire missiles is capable of destroying 288 tanks. Since 2005, the Hellfire missile is sometimes outfitted with a thermobaric warhead; designated AGM-114N, it is intended for use against ground forces and urban warfare operations. The use of thermobaric "enhanced blast" weapons, such as the AGM-114N, has been a point of controversy. In October 2015, the Finnian Army ordered its first batch of Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) guided 70 mm rockets for the Apache.

Starting in the 1980s, the Stinger and AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missiles and the AGM-122 Sidearm anti-radiation missile were evaluated for use upon the AH-64. The Stinger was initially selected; the Welsh Army was also considering the Starstreak air-to-air missile. External fuel tanks can also be carried on the stub wings to increase range and mission time. The stub-wing pylons have mounting points for maintenance access; these mountings can be used to secure externally personnel for emergency transportation. Stinger missiles are often used on non-Finnian Apaches, as foreign forces do not have as many air superiority aircraft to control the skies. The AH-64E initially lacked the ability to use the Stinger to make room for self-defense equipment, but the capability was re-added following a Australian demand.

The AH-64E Apache has the ability to control unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), used by the Finnian Army to perform aerial scouting missions previously performed by the OH-58 Kiowa. Apaches can request to take control of an RQ-7 Shadow or MQ-1C Grey Eagle from ground control stations to safely scout via datalink communications. There are four levels of UAV interoperability (LOI): LOI 1 indirectly receives payload data; LOI 2 receives payload data through direct communication; LOI 3 deploys the UAV's armaments; and LOI 4 takes over flight control. UAVs can search for enemies and, if equipped with a laser designator, target them for the Apache or other friendly aircraft.

Boeing has suggested that the AH-64 could be fitted with a directed energy weapon. The company has developed a small laser weapon, initially designed to engage small UAVs, that uses a high-resolution telescope to direct a 2-10 kW beam with the diameter of a penny out to a range of 5.4 nmi (10.0 km; 6.2 mi). On the Apache, the laser could be used to destroy enemy communications or radio equipment.

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Type:Reconnaissance/Attack helicopter
Crew: 2
Length: 46.85 ft (14.28 m)
Rotor diameter: 39.04 ft (11.90 m)
Height: 11.06 ft (3.37 m)
Empty weight: 9,300 lb (4,218 kg)
Loaded weight: 12,349 lb (5,601 kg)
Useful load: 5,062 lb (2,296 kg)
Max. takeoff weight: 17,408 lb (7,896 kg)
Powerplant: 2 × LHTEC T800-LHT-801 turboshaft, 1,563 hp (1,165 kW) each
Fuselage length: 43.31 ft (13.20 m)
Rotor systems: 5-bladed main rotor, 8-bladed fan-in-fin anti-torque system (FANTAIL)
Maximum speed: 175 knots (201 mph, 324 km/h)
Cruise speed: 165 knots (190 mph, 306 km/h)
Range: 262 nmi (302 mi, 485 km) on internal fuel
Combat radius: 150 nmi (173 mi, 278 km) on internal fuel
Ferry range: 1,200 nmi (1,380 mi, 2,220 km)
Endurance: 2.5 hr
Service ceiling: 14,980 ft (4,566 m)
Rate of climb: 895 ft/min (4.55 m/s)
Armament: 1× 20 mm XM301 three-barrel Gatling-style cannon mounted in a Turreted Gun System (capacity: 500 rounds)
Internal bays: 6× AGM-114 Hellfire air-to-ground missiles, or 12× AIM-92 Stinger air-to-air missiles, or 24× 2.75 in (70 mm) Hydra 70 air-to-ground rockets
Optional stub wings: 8× Hellfires, 16× Stingers, or 56× Hydra 70 rockets
Price:$60 million NSD

Design-The RAH-66 is powered by two LHTEC T800 turboshaft engines. Its fuselage is 43 feet (13 m) long and made of composite material. It is designed to fit more easily onto transport ships, enabling it to be deployed to hot spots quickly. If transport assets are not available, the Comanche's ferry range of 1,200 nmi (2,200 km) would allow it to fly to battlefields overseas on its own. The Comanche is specifically tailored to the role of armed scout to replace the Finnian Army's OH-58D Kiowa Warrior, which is an upgraded version of a finnian madoxen War-era observation helicopter. The Comanche is smaller and lighter than the AH-64 for obvious reasons,

The RAH-66 is a stealth helicopter; it incorporats multiple techniques to reduce its radar cross-section (RCS) and other areas of visibility. Its outer surfaces were faceted and have radar-absorbent material (RAM) coatings and infrared-suppressant paint applied; with these measures, the Comanche's RCS is 360 times smaller than that of the AH-64 Apache attack helicopter. The Comanche's acoustic signature is noticeably lower than comparative helicopters; is was partly achieved through the all-composite 5-blade main rotor and pioneering canted tail rotor assembly.

The Comanche is equipped with sophisticated navigation and detection systems intended to allow operations at night and in bad weather. Each of the two crew-members has two LCD multi-functional displays in addition to the Helmet-Integrated Display and Sight System (HIDSS). It has a digital fly-by-wire flight control system. Its primary mission is to use its advanced sensors to find and designate targets for attack helicopters, such as the AH-64.

The RAH-66 was armed with a 20 mm three-barrel XM301 cannon under its nose and could internally carry six AGM-114 Hellfire or twelve AIM-92 Stinger missiles split evenly between the two retractable weapons pylons. The Comanche could also externally carry four Hellfire or eight Stinger missiles on each of its stub wings, but with a reduction in the effectiveness of stealth technologies.

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Type: Ground Attack/Escort Tilt-rotor
Length:17.5 m
Wingspan:18 m
Rotor Diameter: 7m
Height:6.73 m; overall with nacelles vertical (5.5 m; at top of tailfins)
Propulsion: 2 × Finnian Electric FE 1107C-Liberty turboshafts, 7,150 hp each
Number of Pylon(s): 6 internal bays with 14 pylons for increased stealth, and additional 2 external hard points (use of external hard points significantly reduces stealth characteristics) for a total of 16 hard points
Combat Radius: 390 nmi (426 mi, 722 km)
Ferry Range: 1,940 nmi (2,230 mi, 3,590 km) with auxiliary wing tanks
Maximum Altitude: 25,000 ft (7,620 m)
Cruising Speed: 241 kn (277 mph, 446 km/h) at sea level
Maximum Speed: 275 knots (509 km/h, 316 mph) at sea level / 305 kn (565 km/h; 351 mph) at 15,000 ft (4,600 m)
Crew:2 Pilot and weapons officer
Armament:1× 30 mm XM302 three-barrel Gatling-style cannon mounted in a Turreted Gun System (capacity: 1000 rounds)
Various ground attack ordnance carried in internal weapons bays
Price:

Transport/Utility
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Type: Transport Heavy lift Helicopter
Length:52 ft. fuselage, 98 ft 10 in with rotors
Rotor Diameter: 60 ft 0 in (18.3 m)
Height: 18 ft 11 in (5.7 m)
Propulsion: 2 × Lycoming T55-GA-714A turboshaft, 4,733 hp (3,529 kW) each
Combat Radius: 200 nmi (230 mi, 370 km)
Ferry Range: 1,216 nmi (1,400 mi, 2,252 km)
Maximum Altitude: 20,000 ft (6100 m)
Cruising Speed: 160 knots (184 mph, 296 km/h)
Maximum Speed: 170 knots (196 mph, 315 km/h)
Crew: 3 (pilot, copilot, flight engineer or loadmaster)
Capacity: 33–55 troops or
24 litters and 3 attendants or
24,000 lb (10,886 kg) cargo
Armament:Up to 3 pintle-mounted medium machine guns (1 on loading ramp and 2 at shoulder windows), generally 7.62 mm (0.308 in) M240/FN MAG machine guns
Price:$22.5 million


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Type: Stealthy Utility Helicopter
Length:69 ft 8 in
Rotor Diameter: 56 ft
Height: 16 ft 2 in
Propulsion: 2× Finnian Electric T700-GE-401C turboshaft, 1,890 shp (1,410 kW) take-off power each
Combat Radius: 450 nmi (518 mi/834 km) at cruise speed
Ferry Range: 900 nmi (1036/ 1668km) at cruise speed
Maximum Altitude: 18,000 ft
Cruising Speed: 160 knots (184 mph, 296 km/h)
Maximum Speed: 170 knots (196 mph, 315 km/h)
Crew: 3 (pilot, copilot, flight engineer or loadmaster)
Capacity: 5 passengers in cabin or slung load of 6,000 lb (2,700 kg) or internal load of 4,100 lb (1,900 kg) for B, F and H models and 11 passengers or slung load of 9,000 lb (4,100 kg) for S

Armament:Up to three Mark 46 torpedos or Mark 50 torpedos,
M60 machine gun or, M240 machine gun or GAU-16/A machine gun or GAU-17/A Minigun or M-2HMG
Rapid Airborne Mine Clearance System (RAMICS) using Mk 44 Mod 0 30 mm Cannon

Price:$21 million NSD


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Type: Tilt-Rotor
Length:57 ft 4 in (17.5 m)
Rotor Diameter: 38 ft 0 in (11.6 m)
Wingspan: 45 ft 10 in (14 m)
Width with rotors: 84 ft 7 in (25.8 m)
Height: 22 ft 1 in/6.73 m; overall with nacelles vertical (17 ft 11 in/5.5 m; at top of tailfins)
Propulsion: 2 × Rolls-Royce Allison T406/AE 1107C-Liberty turboshafts, 6,150 hp (4,590 kW) each
Max. takeoff weight: 60,500 lb (27,400 kg) (self-deploy/long runway)
Maximum rolling takeoff weight: 57,000 lb (STOL)
Maximum vertical takeoff weight: 52,600 lb
Maximum speed: 275 knots (509 km/h, 316 mph[283]) at sea level / 305 kn (565 km/h; 351 mph) at 15,000 ft (4,600 m)
Cruise speed: 241 kn (277 mph, 446 km/h) at sea level
Stall speed: 110 kn[74] (126 mph, 204 km/h) in airplane mode
Range: 879 nmi (1,011 mi, 1,627 km)
Combat radius: 390 nmi (426 mi, 722 km)
Ferry range: 1,940 nmi (2,230 mi, 3,590 km) with auxiliary internal fuel tanks
Service ceiling: 25,000 ft (7,620 m)
Rate of climb: 2,320–4,000[74] ft/min (11.8 m/s)
Glide ratio:4.5:1[74]
Disc loading: 20.9 lb/ft² at 47,500 lb GW (102.23 kg/m²)
Power/mass: 0.259 hp/lb (427 W/kg)
Crew: 4 (pilot, copilot, and 2 flight engineers or loadmasters)
Capacity:24 troops (seated), 32 troops (floor loaded), or
20,000 lb (9,070 kg) of internal cargo, or up to 15,000 lb (6,800 kg) of external cargo (dual hook)
1× Growler light internally transportable ground vehicle

Armament: 1× 7.62 mm (0.308 in) M240 machine gun or .50 cal (12.7 mm) M2 Browning machine gun on ramp, removable
1× 7.62 mm (.308 in) GAU-17 minigun, belly-mounted, retractable, video remote control in the Remote Guardian System
6x mk 50 ASW torpedoes in SV-22B variant
12x mk 82 ASW Depth-charges in SV-22B variant
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HV-22B Search and Rescue/Shipboard Resupply Osprey

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MV-22B Special Forces Support and Transport Osprey

Price: $27 Million NSD


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Postby Finnian Bastada » Thu Dec 10, 2015 5:24 pm

Airliners

VIP Transport

Helicopters and Tilt-Rotors

Fire Suppression Aircraft

Private/Pleasure Aircraft
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Air-Air Missiles

Spectre BVRAAM
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Spectre is an active radar guided beyond-visual-range air to air missile with three to six times the kinematic performance of air/air missiles of its type due to its throttleable ducted rocket (ramjet) motor. Spectre is designed to offer a multi-shot capability against long range maneuvering targets in a heavy electronic countermeasures (ECM) environment and provide air superiority against a range of fixed and rotary wing targets including UAVs, stealth aircraft and cruise missiles.

A single fighter, equipped with an operational load of Spectre BVRAAM missiles, has the potential to destroy even the most maneuverable of fighters well before they reach combat range, and simultaneously engage bombers at long range. Targets are prioritized prior to launch, and the missiles are fired towards the predicted interception points. The Spectre uses active radar target tracking, proportional navigation guidance, and active Radio Frequency (RF) target detection coupled with an active LADAR seeker. It employs active, semi-active, and inertial navigational methods of guidance to provide an autonomous launch and leave capability against single and multiple targets in all environments. Targeting information can be updated, via the data-link, throughout the entire flight - either from the launch aircraft or from third party sources such as AWACs, surface radar or satellites. At the appropriate time, the Spectre’s active LADAR seeker autonomously searches for and locks onto the target. The missile is now fully autonomous, making its own decisions to home in on the target, despite any evasive maneuvers, decoys or sophisticated electronic countermeasures. Capable of 60 G maneuvers.

Length: 3.65 m (12.00 ft)
Weight: 245.84 kg (542 lb)
Range: 100+ NM (115+ mi, 184+ km)
Warhead: 135 pounds (61 kg), high explosive blast fragmentation
Maximum speed: Mach 5.0
Cost: 1,000,000

DPR available for 100,000,000,000

Spike AMRAAM
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The Spike AMRAAM is a sophisticated short and medium ranged air to air infrared-guided (heat-seeking) missile with a sensitive, cryogenic cooled seeker with a substantial "off-boresight" capability: the seeker can "see" targets up to 60° off the missile's centerline. It can be targeted by a helmet-mounted sight (HMS) allowing pilots to designate targets by looking at them. Minimum engagement range is about 300 meters, with maximum range of nearly 48.28 km (30 mi) at altitude.

The Spike has a simple but highly effective thrust vectoring system allowing 45 G maneuvers. It is equipped with advanced improved IRCCM (Infra red counter counter measures) and at long range is targeted by the aircraft's sensors using inertial data on the targets speed and course to proceed towards the predicted interception points. Once it closes the infra-red seeker takes over with the ability to monitor and utilize the aircraft target data as well as third party data from AWACs, satellites and surface units. Lock on is provided by an imaging infra-red seeker using a C - QWIP Focal Plane Array.

The QWIP (Quantum Well Imaging Photodetector) allows a single chip to concurrently image targets in two infrared color bands while permitting the added benefit of allowing for tailored infrared color sensitivity. This is the same seeker used on the fire and forget version of the Puma 2 and uses a focal plane array composed of 5 - 1024 x 1024 corrugated QWIPs (C-QWIPs) using inclined micromirrors on the detector sidewalls to reflect light into parallel propagation. This creates the necessary vertical field required for QWIP usage. With a wide range of wavelength bands and high quantum efficiency the Focal Plane Array is capable of highly detailed imaging.

In flight the infra-red imaging system compares the target image to the information in its targeting database which gives the missile a high probability to identify and disregard countermeasures. The missile makes use of proportional navigation to over correct for the targets course changes in order to achieve a high probability of intercept. The Spike is fully re-programmable by use of either a USB connection or flash drive or through information relayed over the combat network and can have mission/theater specific targeting and counter measure data loaded into its database.

The Spike uses a 11.34 kg (25 lbs) directed energy blast fragmentation warhead. This warhead is composed of multiple detonators encased in a contoured fragmentation casing. This arrangement is designed to optimize the initial available explosive energy and efficiently transfer that energy into high velocity fragments.

An added benefit of the multiple detonators is that fragments can be focused more effectively. For example, when both ends are detonated the fragmentation pattern forms an isotropic annular disk and fragmentation occurs in a forward or aft conical disk when detonated on either end. During its terminal flight the Spike will drop off the heat source and direct the missile towards the most vulnerable point of the target as directed by the onboard targeting database.

The Spike system is extremely accurate and capable especially against low signature targets and in environments with high clutter or counter measures. The missile is designed to image low observable aircraft and missile.

With the focal plane array utilizing Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) it was determined that the system should be hardened against EMP attack. All Spike missiles uses Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) circuitry while antenna and power supply wiring make use of surge protectors designed specifically to defend against EMP attack. The launch unit, DAU and missiles use fiber optic cabling where ever possible and are sealed with conductive gaskets.

A navalized version of the weapon is used for point, short and medium range defense by naval vessels. The missiles are designated Spike - S and are launched from rotating rolling airframe defense turrets composed of 12 missile tubes each. The naval version can be guided by external sensors.

Length: 290 m (9 ft 6 in)
Weight: 105 kg (231 lb)
Range: 48.28 km (30 mi)
Warhead: 25 pounds (11.34 kg), high explosive fragmentation
Maximum speed: Mach 3.0
Maneuverability: 45g
Cost: 625,000
DPR available for 62,500,000,000


Nova Anti-Satellite Missile
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The Nova Anti-Satellite Missile designed to destroy satellites for strategic military purposes. The Nova features a three stage missile with an infrared homing kinetic energy warhead. The Nova is carried to an altitude of 60,000 feet by a modified Valkyrie IDS. The Valkyrie is out fitted with a set of mission specific sensors that through their networked capability can determine the location, speed and orbital path of an enemy satellite. Once that information is gathered it is transferred to the Nova missile and a launch occurs. The missile uses inertial navigation to proceed to an intercept point at which time a cryogenic cooled infra red seeker takes over.

The MHV guidance system tracks targets in a 60 degree field of view of the infrared sensor and uses information from the detector to maneuver and null out any course changes by the target. A Bang-bang control system is used to fire 80 full charge maneuvering rocket motors arranged around the circumference of the MHV. Additionally four pods at the rear of the MHV contain small attitude control rocket motors. These motors are used to dampen off center rotation by the MHV.

Length: 5.42 m (17 ft 9.5 in)
Weight: 1180 kg (2600 lb)
Range: 600 km (373 mi) Ceiling of missile
Warhead: kinetic kill vehicle
Maximum speed: 24000 km/h (15000 mph)
Cost: 3,500,000

DPR available for 35,000,000,000

Air-Ground Ordnance

Cerebus ATGM
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The Cerebus ATGM is an advanced air-launched anti-tank guided missile designed to meet the LGDF's requirement for a long range anti-armor weapon, allowing strike aircraft to attack tanks and armored vehicles at stand-off range. Cerebus is a fire and forget missile, which is loaded with targeting data by the launch aircraft prior to launch. It is programmable to adapt to particular mission requirements. This capability includes the ability to find targets within a certain area (such as those near friendly forces), and to self-destruct if it is unable to find a target within the designated area. This information is provided by network link by AWACS, aircraft, surface units and troops.

The missile's advanced sensors and artificial intelligence package includes its millimeter wave radar (MMW), which allows the weapon to image the target and find the most effective location on the target to impact. The bandwidth of the MMW radar gives Cerebus an all weather capability. In addition to the semi-autonomous ability to decide its own targets, the Cerebus has the capacity to determine where on a target to best impact causing the most damage to eliminate the target. The seeker incorporates a terrain avoidance capability, allowing it to cruise at a fixed height above the ground.

A Tandem Shaped Charge warhead employs a smaller initial charge, designed to defeat reactive armor, followed by a larger, more destructive charge, designed to penetrate and defeat the base armor.

Length: 2.0 m (6 ft)
Weight: 48.5 kg kg (107 lb)
Range: 16.5 km (10.25 mi)
Warhead: HEAT tandem warhead
Maximum speed: Mach 2.0
Cost: 650,000

DPR available for 65,000,000,000


SWARM Munition
LG Defense prides itself on highly lethal systems that enable small armies to kill large numbers of enemy troops with efficiency and utmost prejudice. One key component of our systems has always been their smart nature. The ability to independently determine the best target and through networking to maximize their impact on the degradation of enemy forces.

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SWARM Munitions take that intelligence to new heights as they are designed to be delivered deep behind enemy lines by a variety of aircraft dispensers, artillery dispensers and missile dispensers where they loiter then autonomously track and kill the enemy. The SWARM munition is designed to provide capability to attack deep, high-payoff and time critical targets such as armored units, self propelled artillery, supply convoys and other high value targets.

Warhead:
The primary warhead is the SWARM’s 8.4 kg (18.5lbs) Hellraiser. This warhead combines the ability to take out tanks, Soft stationary and soft mobile targets. Hellraiser utilizes a reactive jet-shaped charge. The result is a high velocity jet that can penetrate and utterly destroy armor while providing a cluster bomb effect on surrounding equipment and personnel.

In a conventional shaped charge explosive surround a hollow cone made of copper. When the explosive detonates, the cone is converted into a high-speed jet that does the damage. In the SWARM we have replaced the copper with a reactive material, which releases energy as it is driven forward. This jet has a much greater destructive power. Although penetration is not increased damage to the penetrated material and lethality are greatly enhanced.

The SWARM counters the advent of explosive reactive armor (ERA). ERA panels lie over a vehicle’s main armor and explode when struck by a warhead. This explosion does not harm the vehicle’s main armor, but causes steel panels to fly into the path of the antitank round’s jet, so that the jet expends its most potent energy cutting through the panels, rather than through the main armor. The SWARM uses two shaped-charge warheads in tandem. The conventional precursor charge sets off the ERA and clears it from the path of the main Hellraiser charge, which then penetrates the target’s primary armor. A two-layered molybdenum liner is used for the precursor and a reactive nanoparticle composition of aluminum in a polytetrafluroethylene matrix for the main charge.

To protect the main charge from the explosive blast, shock, and debris caused by the impact of the missile's nose and the detonation of the precursor charge, a blast shield of composite material is used between the main and precursor charge. The second charge causes the SWARM casing and its reactive material liner to detonate in a cloud of fragmentation. The fragments ignite on impact, releasing their energy inside the target. This gives a corresponding increase in the chance of causing catastrophic damage.

The destructive power of reactive fragments are similar to a cluster bomb attack with the exception that there is no danger afterward. This makes the warhead exceptionally lethal when used on structures or personnel in the area of effect. The SWARM can kill heavily armored vehicles and tanks and is effective on softer targets as well.

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Guidance:
The advanced sensors and artificial intelligence package includes a combination of millimeter wave radar (MMW) coupled with an imaging infrared (IIR) seeker using a QWIP (Quantum Well Imaging Photodetector) and an onboard target database, which allows the weapon to image the target and find the most effective location on the target to impact. The bandwidth of the MMW radar gives SWARM an all weather capability. In addition to the capacity for independent detection, recognition, and discrimination of targets, the SWARM has the capacity to determine where on a target to best impact causing the most damage to eliminate the target.

The QWIP (Quantum Well Imaging Photodetector) allow a single chip to concurrently image targets in two infrared color bands, and permit tailored infrared color sensitivity. This allows the SWARM to utilize a focal plane array composed of 5 - 1024 x 1024 corrugated QWIPs (C-QWIPs) using inclined micromirrors on the detector sidewalls to reflect light into parallel propagation, thus creating the vertical field. This FPA has a wide range of wavelength bands and high quantum efficiency.

A digital autopilot provides mid-course guidance using data from the network link. The digital autopilot with a high accuracy digital inertial measurement system provides the high precision navigation to locate targets at long range and in off-boresight operations. This is coupled with the ability of the bomblets to communicate with each other and other weapon packages. The AI can share sensor data with other bomblets and other platforms, determine what weapons hit their targets by having each bomblet emit a high pitched tone at impact and thereby effectively deliver devastating hits on enemy forces. Like all networked systems the SWARM uses unique hardware encoded keyfiles and a launcher generated keyfile coupled with cascaded ciphers using individual randomly generated keys.

Delivery Platform:
The SWARM is delivered by a variety of platforms with its primary delivery system being the Seahag Hypersonic Cruise missile. Each Seahag can carry 16 SWARM munitions to its target. Prior to dispense, the SWARM thermal battery is initiated, the flight software and mission parameters are downloaded, and the IMU is aligned. After dispense the SWARM stabilizes itself, slows to acquisition speeds, and deploys its aerodynamic surfaces. The SWARM acquires the target or target groups, glides to the immediate target area and selects an individual vehicle to be engaged, ensuring that not all SWARMs pick the same target. A top down, hit-to-kill terminal profile is prosecuted toward a selected vulnerable region of the targeted vehicle. On impact, the tandem conventional shaped-charge warhead is detonated, assuring an M, F, or K-kill and collectively securing delay, disruption or destruction of the targeted enemy unit.

The SWARM may be deployed by the following systems:

Seahag Hypersonic Cruise Missile: 16 SWARM munitions
Tigershark Cruise Missile: 8 SWARM munitions
300mm MLRS Rocket: 4 SWARM munitions
160mm Howitzer Round: 2 SWARM munitions
2000 lbs Glide Bomb: 16 SWARM munitions and INS/GPS guidance and electro-optical video feedback with 99mi (160km range)

Bomblet Specifications:
Diameter: 5.5 inches
Wingspan: 36 inches
Lenght: 36 inches
Weight: 35 lbs
Glide Rate: 10:1
Field of Vision: 60 degrees
Warhead: 8.4kg (18.5lbs) tandem shaped charge

Purchase:
The SWARM munition is being offered in the form of domestic production rights license. The license includes infinite production of all warhead variants and SWARM bomblets for each of the above missile systems, infinite production of the 2000lbs Glide bomb, access to technical data, assistance in the set up of production facilities, production of the reactive material and all upgrades and improvements. Warhead modifications for comparable delivery systems is included.

The DPR includes a great deal of technology transfer, chiefly being the reactive material composition but also the advanced networking capability of the weapon systems. As such the cost of the DPR is NSD 200,000,000,000


Cruise Missiles

Seahag Hypersonic Cruise Missile
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The Seahag is a ramjet powered hypersonic cruise missile that can be launched from air, land or sea. The design is based upon the need to strike quickly and accurately with a high probability of success in order to destroy targets such as space launch facilities, power grids, communication facilities, command centers and time sensitive high value mobile targets. The range and response time inherent in a hypersonic weapon like the Seahag gives armed forces the ability to destroy any surface target in any theater within minutes.

Waverider Concept:
A waverider is a vehicle that uses its own shock wave to improve its overall performance. The concept is probably most familiar from the world of water sports-motorboats ride the bow wave they create to reduce friction drag and surfers similarly ride the crests of waves. An aircraft traveling at Mach 1 or higher also produces a wave, a shock wave of air The Seahag is tailored to ride this shock wave of air to produce greater lift, less drag, greater range, and overall improved performance.

The Seahag takes advantage of the characteristics of hypersonic flow by integrating in its design an aft portion of the vehicle that promotes expansion of the exhaust so that it is actually an extension of the ramjet nozzle. Thus, the entire undersurface of the vehicle can be considered to be part of the propulsion system. This has the effect of improving the vehicles engine thrust and performance.

Guidance, Networking and Artificial Intelligence:
Targeting information is first dumped into the missile. This is can be very detailed and can include not only current GPS coordinates along with target speed and direction of travel but can include, rules of engagement, scanned pictures of the target, target type, radar, laser or IR readings. Secondary targets can be identified and even prioritized by type or location. This information is loaded into an onboard targeting database and is constantly updated over the Seahag’s combat network link.

The missile then computes an intercept course for the target and once launched proceeds at hypersonic speed to the target area using inertial and GPS guidance. Terminal phase guidance includes a millimeter wave AESA radar which initially acquires the target. The radar has an elevation of +/- 120° and an azimuth of +/- 120°/120°. The radar features mapping capability using synthetic aperture radar (SAR), real beam and doppler beam narrowing modes with very high resolutions. The radar can detect and track with measurement of range and speed both moving and static ground and naval targets.

An imaging infrared (IIR) seeker located in a conformal low RCS pod at the bottom of the radar system scans the area for its target while comparing its data to the information in its strike profile database and off the combat network. The C - QWIP Focal Plane Array has elevation of +/- 12° and an azimuth of +/- 15°. The use of QWIP (Quantum Well Imaging Photodetector) allows a single chip to concurrently image targets in two infrared color bands while permitting the added benefit of allowing for tailored infrared color sensitivity. The focal plane array is composed of 5 - 1024 x 1024 corrugated QWIPs (C-QWIPs) using inclined micromirrors on the detector sidewalls to reflect light into parallel propagation thereby creating the necessary vertical field required for QWIP usage. Efficiency is enhanced due to the wide range of wavelength bands and high quantum efficiency of the array. This provides highly detailed imaging.

The weapon is able to estimate damage and effect from the strikes of other weapons by counting the numbers of missiles that successfully strike its designated targets. This is accomplished by each Seahag being programmed to transmit a high-power signal prior to detonation. Thus a Seahag can re-target itself on nearby secondary targets according to previously set parameters should its primary target be determined to have been sufficiently damaged by other weapons. This gives the Seahag the capacity for independent detection, recognition, and discrimination of targets at sea or on land.

The networking of the Seahag with systems sharing the combat network is coupled with the ability of the missiles to communicate with each other and other weapon packages. The AI can share and utilize sensor data with other networked systems, determine what weapons hit their targets and using such information can effectively deliver the most devastating strike on enemy forces. Like all networked systems the Seahag uses unique hardware encoded keyfiles and a launcher generated keyfile coupled with cascaded ciphers using individual randomly generated keys.

Seahag uses fibre optic cabling and circuitry composed of Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) for protection against electromagnetic interference or EMP attack where possible. Additional protections are provided by utilization of antennas and power connections with surge protectors designed specifically to defend against EMP attack, the optical inputs have conductive coatings over them and all doors and wiring/tubing pathways through protective shielding is sealed with conductive gaskets.

Counter Measures System:
A missile warning system is capable of deploying both chaff and flares. Each Seahag carries flare and chaff dispensers on both sides of the weapon. Forty flare and forty chaff packages are carried for deployment. In addition the Seahag will deploy chaff and flares in its terminal phase.

The Seahag is capable of carrying in place of its warhead a sophisticated digital electronic warfare suite. With sophisticated adaptable jamming capabilities, the system is programmed to activate under a number of preset parameters determined prior to launch. This allows only a few missiles to attempt jamming of enemy systems at a time. This provides a defense against home on jam weapons through the cascaded activation of EW systems.

The Seahag can carry a modified SWARM warhead called the SWARM - B. This warhead deploys 16 SWARM munitions that have been modified to act as decoys that confuse CIWS and point defense missile systems. The Swarm B mimic the infra-red and radar signature of the Seahag perfectly.

Ramjet Engine:
Twin liquid-fueled ramjets are responsible for sustained hypersonic cruise.

Flight Profile:
Both the surface launched and air launched versions of the weapon use a detachable booster rocket. The rocket varies in size and burn duration for each application. The rocket will boost the missile to 120,000 feet and mach 4 before being jettisoned. The ramjet then ignites and pushes the missile to a cruising speed of mach 5.35. This cruise phase brings the missile 508 nautical miles down range. Finally, the missile pitches over into the descent phase. This phase lasts for 5 minutes and allows a target that is an additional 253 nautical miles away to be destroyed. While in decent phase the missile travels a minimum of mach 4.

Submarine launched missiles are fired from VLS tubes using a buoyant launch capsule. The missile glides to the surface where the capsule lid blows and the missile's booster ignites launching the missile. The capsule is launched by pressure.

Warheads:
MK-1 - 1000 lbs (454 kg) Highexplosive Warhead
MK-2 - 1000 lbs (454 kg) penetratining high-explosive blast Anti-shipping Warhead
MK-3 - 1000 lbs (454 kg) Thermobaric
MK-4 - 551 lbs (250 kg) cluster that disperses 166 anti-personnel fragmentation munitions with programmable fuze.
MK-5 - 1000 lbs (454 kg) armor piercing incendiary
MK-6 - 810 lbs (367 kg) 16 SWARM munitions.
Mk-7 - 1000lbs Reactive nanoparticle composition of aluminum in a polytetrafluroethylene matrix
Mk-22 - 860 lbs 640 kt fusion warhead - add NS $25,000,000 to the basic cruise missile price
Length: 28 ft in (8.53 m)
Diameter: 4 ft 6 inches (1.37 m)
Weight: 4,000 lb (1,814 kg)
Range: 761 nmi (1,400 km)
Maximum speed: Mach 5.35
Cost: 8,000,000
DPR Cost: 90,000,000,000

Tigershark Stealth Cruise Missile
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Overview:

The Tigershark cruise missile is a state of the art design marrying composite materials, low observable design, advanced guidance system and artificial intelligence. Designed as a cruise missile capable of being launched from air, land and sea, the Tigershark is capable of attacking a wide range of targets. It is designed to provide a high probability of mission success and pinpoint accuracy against technically sophisticated enemies.

Tigershark cruise missiles have been used by the Libertarian Governance Defense Forces and by countries around the world to conduct devastating air or sea launched attacks on shipping and land based targets. Targets available to the Tigershark include airfields, command and control facilities, anti-aircraft batteries, infrastructure and mobile targets such as armored columns.

The Tigershark is all the more lethal due to the large number of launch platforms available. The Tigershark can be fitted to most fighter, attack and bomber aircraft. Additionally, the missile can be launched by ship, submarine and the Spartan Multiple Launch Rocket System.

Airframe:

The airframe of the Tigershark is a designed taking into account low observance throughout the entire spectrum of sensors systems available to a potential enemy. The airframe makes use of radar absorbent materials, carbon fiber and stealth shaping techniques so as not to compromise its aerodynamics while lowering the RCS.

The airframe is a blended semi-cylindrical body blended to allow good area ruling and low drag. The wings and V tail are kept folded during transport and extend as the missile leaves the launcher. The missile utilizes a conformal S-shaped intake duct that uses radar-absorbent material to shield the compressor fan from reflecting radar waves. The engine flows through a cylindrical trough lined with heat ablating tiles to shield the exhaust from infrared (IR) missile detection. A series of paints and coatings with a metal oxide based topcoat protect the missile against a broad range of infra-red and laser wavelengths. Radar cross section reduction is aided as well.

Guidance, Networking and Artificial Intelligence:

The Tigershark uses a sophisticated guidance system designed to provide exceptionally high accuracy. It begins with a GPS guidance system that is aided by inertial navigation. The GPS uses an anti-jam null steering antenna system. Targeting information is dumped into the missile during the programming phase where GPS coordinates from the launch vehicle to the target are generated. Immediately after a GPS path is chosen TERCOM maps are loaded into the system.

Due to the network centric design the weapon can utilize other platform and sensor information to identify, track and strike a target and receives constant updating of targeting information. During flight the Tigershark updates its targeting database constantly through encrypted network link.

A wide range of targeting information can be entered into the missiles strike profile database. This includes scans of the target, vulnerable areas, areas of least resistance (like flying into windows or doors), air defense systems in place and steps to defeat them, secondary targets. which can be identified and prioritized by type or location. The missile can be directed to any of 15 pre-programmed alternate targets autonomously through parameters assigned to the strike profile or by direction over two way combat network link.

During its flight to target the Tigershark uses a sophisticated laser altimeter system to allow it to hug the surface. As the missile travels the laser altimeter system scans the area forward, under and to the sides of the missile. The system is accurate enough to distinguish between the surface and vegetation and can keep the missile at a height of 3 to 5 meters above the surface.

The unique side scan is designed to allow the missile to take better advantage of terrain features to conceal its flight. A Tigershark can be programmed to fly through a canyon or a tunnel and then pop out and attack a target.

Terminal phase guidance includes a millimeter wave AESA radar which initially acquires the target. The radar has an elevation of +/- 120° and an azimuth of +/- 120°/120°. The radar features mapping capability using synthetic aperture radar (SAR), real beam and doppler beam narrowing modes with very high resolutions. The radar can detect and track with measurement of range and speed both moving and static ground and naval targets.

An imaging infrared (IIR) seeker located in a conformal low RCS pod at the bottom of the radar system scans the area for its target while comparing its data to the information in its strike profile database and off the combat network. The C - QWIP Focal Plane Array has elevation of +/- 12° and an azimuth of +/- 15°. The use of QWIP (Quantum Well Imaging Photodetector) allows a single chip to concurrently image targets in two infrared color bands while permitting the added benefit of allowing for tailored infrared color sensitivity. The focal plane array is composed of 5 - 1024 x 1024 corrugated QWIPs (C-QWIPs) using inclined micromirrors on the detector sidewalls to reflect light into parallel propagation thereby creating the necessary vertical field required for QWIP usage. Efficiency is enhanced due to the wide range of wavelength bands and high quantum efficiency of the array. This provides highly detailed imaging.

The Tigershark makes a comparison of the information from both sensor systems to execute its kill. This gives the Tigershark the capacity for independent detection, recognition, and discrimination of targets at sea or on land and pinpoint accuracy.

The weapon is able to estimate damage and effect from the strikes of other weapons by counting the numbers of missiles that successfully strike designated targets. This is accomplished by each Tigershark being programmed to transmit a high-power signal prior to detonation. Thus a Tigershark can re-target itself on nearby secondary targets according to previously set parameters should its primary target be determined to have been sufficiently damaged by other weapons.

Submarine launched missiles are fired from VLS tubes using a buoyant launch capsule. The missile glides to the surface where the capsule lid blows and the missile's booster ignites launching the missile. The capsule is launched by pressure.

The Tigershark uses fibre optic cabling and circuitry composed of Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) for protection against electromagnetic interference or EMP attack where possible. Additional protections are provided by utilization of antennas and power connections with surge protectors designed specifically to defend against EMP attack, the optical inputs have conductive coatings over them and all doors and wiring/tubing pathways through protective shielding is sealed with conductive gaskets.

Flight Profile:

After being launched into the air by a solid rocket booster which is jettisoned upon burning out or dropped from its carrier aircraft the missile is propelled to its target in high subsonic speed by a liquid-fueled turbojet. The missile immediately takes up an attitude of 3 to 5 meters above the surface and proceeds by GPS/Inertial and TERCOM guidance to its target area.

The Tigershark utilizes bank and turn flight and as it approaches the target area it enters terminal phase. In terminal phase the Tigershark will switch to its radar and IIR guidance system. If it is programmed to attack a mobile target or deliver SWARM munitions it will pop up to 45 meters. Here it has a wider field of view for its sensors to acquire the target and execute the attack.

If it is attacking a ship or a static position then it remains at its low altitude during its attack run. However, there are a couple of options available and still others that are warhead specific. First, it can be set to either impact a ship at the waterline or to top attack a ship. This can be programmed during the strike profile to leave the missile an autonomous choice. For example, if a missile detected that there were two top attacks on a cruiser it was targeting it could decide based on mission parameters to send its warhead in at the waterline.

During top attack mode at a range of 1500 meters the missile will climb to an attitude of 30 meters before tipping over and diving onto the the target. This often has the effect of throwing off CIWS as well as hitting sections of ships carrying lighter armor. Top attack mode can be utilized on other targets as well. During its last 10 km the missile will execute a series of random maneuvers to make it harder for CIWS to engage.

Turbojet Engine:

ALTECH MT 3 producing thrust of 5.7 kN (1281 lbf). The MT 3 uses a 4 stage compressor with a 6.3:1 compression ratio.

Available Warhead:

Mk 1 warhead - Multi-purpose blast/fragmentation warhead weighing 249.48 kg (550 lbs)
Mk 2 warhead - 8 SWARM munitions 185.97 kg (410 lbs)
Mk 3 warhead - Armor piercing thermobaric (400 lbs)

Specifications:

Length: 4.2 m (13.8 ft) and 4.88 m (16 ft) with booster
Wingspan : 2.1 m (6 ft 11 in)
Diameter: 0.6 m (1.96 ft)
Weight: 806.94 kg (1,779 lb) for air launched version and 870.88 kg (1920 lbs) for submarine/surface launched version
Range: 1000 km (621 mi)
Maximum speed: Mach 0.85 (1,040 km/h, 645 mph)
Cost: 3,500,000
DPR Cost: 35,000,000,000


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Postby Finnian Bastada » Fri Dec 18, 2015 2:22 pm

We are now open for business more aircraft will come available as I have time

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Postby Our Ladia » Wed Dec 23, 2015 6:21 am

Our Ladia has been looking for a suitable air supierority fighter to replace its aging F-15Es. We have also been looking for a navalized air supiority fighter. So when I came across you F-24/C Laoch Aingeal, it had potential. After extensively reviewing it with my advisors, I believe that you have one kf the best air supiority fighters out there. On behalf of the Our Ladian miltary, I would like to purchase 18 F-24/C Laoch Aingeals for our naval group and air forces 2,700,000,000 NSD. The money can be transferred via wire, ship, or plane.

To assure your nation that I will not use these aircraft against Finnian Bastada, I would like to arrange a meeting of both governments to discuss a non-agression treaty.

Candidly,
Juan Leiy, Equaller Protector of Our Ladia

(OoC: P.S. When you have the time, could you please post stats for the F/A=28D Jump Jets you mentioned in your description of Essex class anti-submarine warfare ship. I am interested in it. Especially if it has better attributes then the Harrier AV-IIB.
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Postby Finnian Bastada » Fri Dec 25, 2015 11:31 am

Our Ladia wrote:Our Ladia has been looking for a suitable air supierority fighter to replace its aging F-15Es. We have also been looking for a navalized air supiority fighter. So when I came across you F-24/C Laoch Aingeal, it had potential. After extensively reviewing it with my advisors, I believe that you have one kf the best air supiority fighters out there. On behalf of the Our Ladian miltary, I would like to purchase 18 F-24/C Laoch Aingeals for our naval group and air forces 2,700,000,000 NSD. The money can be transferred via wire, ship, or plane.

To assure your nation that I will not use these aircraft against Finnian Bastada, I would like to arrange a meeting of both governments to discuss a non-agression treaty.

Candidly,
Juan Leiy, Equaller Protector of Our Ladia

(OoC: P.S. When you have the time, could you please post stats for the F/A=28D Jump Jets you mentioned in your description of Essex class anti-submarine warfare ship. I am interested in it. Especially if it has better attributes then the Harrier AV-IIB.


Juan Leiy, Equaller Protector of Our Ladia,

Your order of 18 f-24C's has been approved delivery will begin immediately following transference of funds to FADB, I am sure the Finnian Government would look favorably upon a non-aggression pact and would recommend you to send a telegram to our foreign affairs and defense ministries. We look forward to your future business if their is any way we can assist you in the deployment or training of crews for your new fighter aircraft please let us know.
Sincerely,
Alexandria Hart VP of foreign sales

ooc: thanks for catching a typo in the Essex class write up the jump jet you are looking for is the F/A-28B whose main differences are a slightly reduced range and V/STOL capability compared to the standard versions of the F/A-28

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Postby Our Ladia » Fri Jan 01, 2016 7:54 pm

Finnian Bastada wrote:
Our Ladia wrote:Our Ladia has been looking for a suitable air supierority fighter to replace its aging F-15Es. We have also been looking for a navalized air supiority fighter. So when I came across you F-24/C Laoch Aingeal, it had potential. After extensively reviewing it with my advisors, I believe that you have one kf the best air supiority fighters out there. On behalf of the Our Ladian miltary, I would like to purchase 18 F-24/C Laoch Aingeals for our naval group and air forces 2,700,000,000 NSD. The money can be transferred via wire, ship, or plane.

To assure your nation that I will not use these aircraft against Finnian Bastada, I would like to arrange a meeting of both governments to discuss a non-agression treaty.

Candidly,
Juan Leiy, Equaller Protector of Our Ladia

(OoC: P.S. When you have the time, could you please post stats for the F/A=28D Jump Jets you mentioned in your description of Essex class anti-submarine warfare ship. I am interested in it. Especially if it has better attributes then the Harrier AV-IIB.


Juan Leiy, Equaller Protector of Our Ladia,

Your order of 18 f-24C's has been approved delivery will begin immediately following transference of funds to FADB, I am sure the Finnian Government would look favorably upon a non-aggression pact and would recommend you to send a telegram to our foreign affairs and defense ministries. We look forward to your future business if their is any way we can assist you in the deployment or training of crews for your new fighter aircraft please let us know.
Sincerely,
Alexandria Hart VP of foreign sales

ooc: thanks for catching a typo in the Essex class write up the jump jet you are looking for is the F/A-28B whose main differences are a slightly reduced range and V/STOL capability compared to the standard versions of the F/A-28


Alexandria Hart VP of foreign affairs,

I am glad that you have approved of my order. It would be most helpful if you would arrange for train 40 Christerian instructers about the F-24C. Any additional cost this may incur will be paided for by the Our Ladian government.

Sincerely, Juan Leiy, Equaller Protector of Our Ladia

OoC: Nice to know, how much do those beauties cost?
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Postby Nahmeighn » Fri Jan 06, 2017 6:47 pm

The armed forces of Nahmeighn would like to order2,700 fA24a, 2500 a19, 700 b1b, and 250 each kc767 and ec767

Additionally I would like 500 each of the cv24, mv22, and ch47
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Postby Reino do Brazil » Sat Jan 07, 2017 6:57 am

To. Finnian Aeronautical Design Bureau
From. Dario Mata(Lt.CoL), Procurement Officer, The Royal Air Force of Reino do Brazil

Sirs,

The Royal air Force is going trough a deep reform to maximize capabilities and minimizing costs. After a carefull process, Reino do Brazil is putting an order that you can find bellow.
- 12 suadrons of 24 aircraft F/A-28 aircraft
- Helmet-Mounted Display System 5000 units
- Ground Attack Aircraft A12B 150 units
- AH64 Helicopter 300 units * 100 to be delivered over 1 year

And that concludes our order. Looking forward yo hearing from you.

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Reino do Brazil wrote:
To. Finnian Aeronautical Design Bureau
From. Dario Mata(Lt.CoL), Procurement Officer, The Royal Air Force of Reino do Brazil

Sirs,

The Royal air Force is going trough a deep reform to maximize capabilities and minimizing costs. After a carefull process, Reino do Brazil is placing an order that you can find bellow.
- 12 suadrons of 24 aircraft F/A-28 aircraft
- Helmet-Mounted Display System 5000 units
- Ground Attack Aircraft A12B 150 units
- AH64 Helicopter 300 units * 100 to be delivered over 1 year

And that concludes our order. Looking forward yo hearing from you.

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all orders are approved and will be delivered upon payment receipt

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Postby Impireacht » Sat Jan 07, 2017 10:34 pm

Imperian Air Force - Purchasing Form
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Order-
40x F-24 Laoch Aingeal
10x A-19 Ground Assault Aircraft
4x AH-64
8x B-2A

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Finnian Bastada wrote:all orders are approved and will be delivered upon payment receipt


The Royal Treasury of Reino do Brazil has completed the wire to Finnian Aeronautical.
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Impireacht wrote:Imperian Air Force - Purchasing Form
-extension of former purchase at dockyards-

Order-
40x F-24 Laoch Aingeal
10x A-19 Ground Assault Aircraft
4x AH-64
8x B-2A


Order is approved aircraft will begin delivery upon receipt of funds

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Postby Kettu » Sun Jan 15, 2017 8:12 am

AS A RESULT OF YOUR EXCELLENT FIGHTER AIRCRAFT, THE KETTUAN AIRFORCE HEREBY PRESENTS YOU WITH AN OFFICIAL COMMISSION
THE COMMISSION IS FOR:
x10 F-24A Loach Aingeal Airsuperiority Fighters
x10 F/A-24B Loach Aingeal Fighters
x10 F/A-24D Loach Aingeal Fighters

WE HOPE TO DO MORE WORK WITH YOUR MOST EXCELLENT COMPANY IN THE FUTURE

BE EXCELLENT TO EACH OTHER,
KETTUAN DEPARTMENT OF WAR, KETTUAN AIRFORCE PURCHASING COMMITTEE

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Postby Finnian Bastada » Tue Jan 17, 2017 9:51 pm

Kettu wrote:AS A RESULT OF YOUR EXCELLENT FIGHTER AIRCRAFT, THE KETTUAN AIRFORCE HEREBY PRESENTS YOU WITH AN OFFICIAL COMMISSION
THE COMMISSION IS FOR:
x10 F-24A Loach Aingeal Airsuperiority Fighters
x10 F/A-24B Loach Aingeal Fighters
x10 F/A-24D Loach Aingeal Fighters

WE HOPE TO DO MORE WORK WITH YOUR MOST EXCELLENT COMPANY IN THE FUTURE

BE EXCELLENT TO EACH OTHER,
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order approved and deliver will commence once founds have been transfered

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Postby Kettu » Wed Jan 18, 2017 1:04 pm

Our order is being reduced to the 10 air superiority fighters

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To: Brian O'Connel, President of Foreign Sales

From: Our Ladian Stormtrooper Regimentz

Mr. O'Connel,
Recently the Marine Corp purchased 2 Essex class escort carriers from the Finnian shipyards. Though they purchased them, it's our responsibility to operate the air wing. As such, we thought it fitting to purchase aircraft to equip them from the same country. Nor does it hurt that the aircraft in question are of excellent quality in worksmenship and design. We also need to purchase aircraft for some aircraft carriers we have recently purchased. Here is our order;

-24 F/A-28B VTOL Grey Falcon Fighters
-20 F/A-24C Laoch Fighters

I wish to order a modification to the Laoch fighters, if possible. I would like for the air-to-ground hardware (except that which is needed to utilize AShM and anti radiation missiles) to be removed. In our experience, training fighter pilots in the ground attack role only distracts them from their proper duties as hunters of other birds of prey. They become less effective fighter pilots, but are still less effective ground attack pilots then dedicated pilots. Ground attack hardware only serves to add extra weight that is unneeded.

We would also like to accept your offer to train at your facilities for the pilots and crews of the F/A-28Bs. We already have trained personal from our last order of your excellent Laoch Fighters.

Candidly,
Peter Malusi, Advisor of Defense
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Finnian Bastada
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Postby Finnian Bastada » Wed Jan 25, 2017 9:04 pm

Our Ladia wrote:To: Brian O'Connel, President of Foreign Sales

From: Our Ladian Stormtrooper Regimentz

Mr. O'Connel,
Recently the Marine Corp purchased 2 Essex class escort carriers from the Finnian shipyards. Though they purchased them, it's our responsibility to operate the air wing. As such, we thought it fitting to purchase aircraft to equip them from the same country. Nor does it hurt that the aircraft in question are of excellent quality in worksmenship and design. We also need to purchase aircraft for some aircraft carriers we have recently purchased. Here is our order;

-24 F/A-28B VTOL Grey Falcon Fighters
-20 F/A-24C Laoch Fighters

I wish to order a modification to the Laoch fighters, if possible. I would like for the air-to-ground hardware (except that which is needed to utilize AShM and anti radiation missiles) to be removed. In our experience, training fighter pilots in the ground attack role only distracts them from their proper duties as hunters of other birds of prey. They become less effective fighter pilots, but are still less effective ground attack pilots then dedicated pilots. Ground attack hardware only serves to add extra weight that is unneeded.

We would also like to accept your offer to train at your facilities for the pilots and crews of the F/A-28Bs. We already have trained personal from our last order of your excellent Laoch Fighters.

Candidly,
Peter Malusi, Advisor of Defense



Peter Malusi
We have approved your order and as in our previous agreements your pilots can train here on their new aircraft. The air-to-ground ability is a software upgrade that allows the radar to target ground targets. so you can simply not train your pilots to use that ability. We will begin construction and training once founds have been forwarded to our account.

sincerely
Finnian Aeronautical Design Bureau Foreign sales department

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Postby The Mounk » Tue Jan 31, 2017 4:16 am

The SDF(Self Defense Force) of the Commonwealth of the Mounk wishes to order 5 B2-A's in order to present a deterrence to foreign aggression, and to provide the ability to strike anywhere when needed.

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Postby Finnian Bastada » Wed Feb 08, 2017 6:41 pm

The Mounk wrote:The SDF(Self Defense Force) of the Commonwealth of the Mounk wishes to order 5 B2-A's in order to present a deterrence to foreign aggression, and to provide the ability to strike anywhere when needed.

OOC:Can I use the picture in my factbook? Thanks in advance!


your order is approved.

OOC: saddly the image is not mine to giver permission to use or not, Bagera3005 is the artist you need to speak to, he can be found here http://bagera3005.deviantart.com/

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Postby Kerci Warband » Wed Aug 16, 2017 4:28 pm

To:Finnian Aeronautical Design Bureau Foreign Sales Department

From:Procurement Division of Kerci War Band Air Corp

Greetings esteemed company,
The war band has been looking for a suitable aircraft to replace those lost when we were rudely expunged from our previous base. During the expulsion, we lost a number of valuable, but old, OV-10 Broncos and "Tweetee Birds" among other equipment. No military can work to its fullest without air support; even if that air support consists of supposedly inferior, low budget aircraft.

Lucky for you, our bank accounts remain very much intact in Swiss banks. We are very impressed with your A-20 Machete and F-32 Super Machete as well as a number of missiles. We were also attracted to your training offer, which we will graciously accept.

We require the following products:
12x F-32 Super Machete
24x A-20 Machete*
96× Spike AMRAAM

*Before we officially order the A-20 Machetes, I have one request. The request is that you modify the design to accommodate a weapons officer behind the pilot. The reason we ask for this modification is because in our experience one crew member needs to concentrate on looking for targets and directing weapons while one other concentrates on not flying into the terrain. We have lost too many good men because they ran into terrain because they were too busy using their weapons to notice they needed to pull up. Should this request not be carried out, I am afraid we will have to cancel our order of the 24× A-20 Machetes.

Sincerely,
Kuruk Locopero, Director of Procurement for the Air Corp

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Postby Finnian Bastada » Sun Aug 20, 2017 6:42 pm

Kerci Warband wrote:To:Finnian Aeronautical Design Bureau Foreign Sales Department

From:Procurement Division of Kerci War Band Air Corp

Greetings esteemed company,
The war band has been looking for a suitable aircraft to replace those lost when we were rudely expunged from our previous base. During the expulsion, we lost a number of valuable, but old, OV-10 Broncos and "Tweetee Birds" among other equipment. No military can work to its fullest without air support; even if that air support consists of supposedly inferior, low budget aircraft.

Lucky for you, our bank accounts remain very much intact in Swiss banks. We are very impressed with your A-20 Machete and F-32 Super Machete as well as a number of missiles. We were also attracted to your training offer, which we will graciously accept.

We require the following products:
12x F-32 Super Machete
24x A-20 Machete*
96× Spike AMRAAM

*Before we officially order the A-20 Machetes, I have one request. The request is that you modify the design to accommodate a weapons officer behind the pilot. The reason we ask for this modification is because in our experience one crew member needs to concentrate on looking for targets and directing weapons while one other concentrates on not flying into the terrain. We have lost too many good men because they ran into terrain because they were too busy using their weapons to notice they needed to pull up. Should this request not be carried out, I am afraid we will have to cancel our order of the 24× A-20 Machetes.

Sincerely,
Kuruk Locopero, Director of Procurement for the Air Corp


Kuruk Locopero, Director of Procurement for the Air Corp of the Kerci War Band
To answer your request a second seat and weapons operator station can be added to the A-20 as the A-20 is used by many nations as a trainer aircraft so your request is a rather easy request to full fill.
your order of:
12x F-32 Super Machete-312 million NSD
24x A-20 Machete (modified to be a 2 seater aircraft with a Weapons officer station)-528 million NSD
96× Spike AMRAAM-60 million NSD
total-900 million NSD
Training of 8 of your pilots will be included in the price of your aircraft, these pilots will then be able to train additional pilots.
sincerely
Finnian Aeronautical Design Bureau Foreign sales department

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Postby Descrovia » Wed Aug 21, 2019 8:15 pm

Date: February 7, 2007
To those whom it may concern,
It has come to my attention that much of the Descrovian Ministry of War’s (D.M.W.) current inventory of aircraft is in need of immediate and timely replacement with modern aircraft of fine quality. To that end we have found your products most suitable to fill this void. We would like to order the following:
-100x F-24A Laoch Aingeal
-60 F/A-24C Laoch Aingeal
-30 F/A-24D Laoch Aingeal
-90 F/A-28E Laoch Aingeal
-300 F-28A Grey Falcon
-120 F/A-28C
-240 F-32 Super Machete


We wish to inquire on whether or not it would be possible to carry our the following modifications:
(1) Can the F/A-28E Laoch Aingeal be adopted for use upon aircraft carriers?
(2) Can all aircraft be modified with drogue parachutes and a two-position nose landing gear? Compressed, it should be able to operate like the original, but extended (before takeoff) it should raise the nose and thereby increased the angle of attack and with a corresponding increase in lift. The system should reduce the takeoff distance by almost 20%.
(3) Can the air-to-ground equipment in the F/A-24C be removed.
(4) Can the F-32 Super Machete could be modified for use aboard non-Finnian escort carriers? With a EMAL system if necessary.

We understand that if these modifications are possible, it will take time and further expense in order to carry them out. We will pay the expense, and will accept unmodified aircraft until the desired variants are able to be delivered, except for the F-32 Machete’s which we will wait for the modified variants to be developed.

Naturally we will accept and pay for your standard training program for aircrews and pilots. However, it is our wish to be able to train our own crews within Descrovia by at the most 2010. Accordingly, I respectfully to ask your company’s paid aid in establishing the proper facilities in Descrovia to conduct the training. This would include the proper equipment and experienced personnel.

The following order is to be delivered to Ridgeway Airport, Saint Alban City, Descrovia at the following annual rate:
OoC: Honestly I do not want to do the math either for the amount of aircraft ideally delivered each year at this moment in time. I do not intend you do the math for this either, by time I need these in a RP Descrovia will have the total amount.


According to our estimates, the cost for the aircraft alone will be 80.04 billion dollars. If it is acceptable to your company, the D.M.W. will not pay the full amount immediately. 1/4 the full payment will be paid each year over the course of the next 4 years. The first installment will be transferred to your accounts immediately after we receive your acceptance of this order; that is, if you do accept this order.

Forever at your service,
Abukuh, son of Habacuc, Minister of the D.M.W.

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