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The ED Partners team is asking for your help in collecting information on group composition and specific placement descriptions for various types of ground units. Highest priority today are SAM systems, SPA (self-propelled artillery) systems, various types of convoys. The information would be used to create unit templates for the mission editor.

 

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They should look ask their GRU friends. GRU surely knows ;)

Oh I forgot... GRU agents have no friends :D

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The ED Partners team is asking for your help in collecting information on group composition and specific placement descriptions for various types of ground units. Highest priority today are SAM systems, SPA (self-propelled artillery) systems, various types of convoys. The information would be used to create unit templates for the mission editor.

 

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Plese select unit ;)

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This could be a child game if compared with the contribution of others with tons more of knowledge but my two cts.

 

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SA-15 Gauntlet "TOR" battery structure:

 

4 missile launcher 9A331

1 command center 9S737MK*

2 missile transport truck (Ural-43203) 9T244**

1 transport truck (Ural-43203) 9T245

1 technical service truck (Ural-43203) 9W887

1 service part truck (Ural-43203) 9F339

1 camouflage system part truck (Ural-43203) 9F116

 

*http://img72.imageshack.us/img72/155/tor08jz8.jpg

**http://img72.imageshack.us/img72/6912/tor09ep2.jpg

 

 

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http://pilot.strizhi.info/2007/01/24/1975#more-1975

http://pilot.strizhi.info/2007/01/24/1958#more-1958

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Unit group templates

 

Can user create own "unit group templates" in the editor in a user-friendly manner? and then share them with others? If not - implement it please :))) This will allow users to contribute in this subject even after DCS release!

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Can user create own "unit group templates" in the editor in a user-friendly manner? and then share them with others? If not - implement it please :))) This will allow users to contribute in this subject even after DCS release!
Yes, but so far only for active ground unit groups. This feature will be made available for static objects as well, but before or after release I don't know.
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Yes, but so far only for active ground unit groups. This feature will be usable for static objects as well, but before or after release, I don't know.

 

Thank You! This is actually a very positive answer:thumbup:

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SA-11 Gadfly Buk-M1 structure:

 

Battery:

 

2 missile launcher 9M310M1

1 transport missile launcher 9A39 (9M310M1 without radar)

 

Unit:

 

6 missile launcher 9M310M1

3 transport missile launcher 9A39 (9M310M1 without radar)

1 command center 9S470

1 searching radar 9S18

4 technical service truck (Ural-43203)

1 service truck (Zil-131)

1 automatic survey truck (Zil-131) 9W95

9? missile transport truck (Kraz-255B)

 

 

Brigade:

 

4 Unit

1 Polana D4 command center

 

Some pics:

 

http://pilot.strizhi.info/2007/03/08/2984#more-2984

http://pilot.strizhi.info/2007/03/08/3003#more-3003

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USA Patriot structure:

 

Battery:

 

8 missile launcher M-901

1 radar AN/MPQ-53

1 command center ECS AN/MSQ-104

1 electrical power plant AN/MSQ-26 EPP

1 information and coordination center ICC

2 antena mast group

2 missile transport truck (8 missiles)

1 (a few?) decoy system

a few Stinger launcher, or Avenger

 

Brigade:

 

2 battery and:

 

1 logistic company

1 communiction company

 

German Patriot structure:

 

Battery:

 

8 missile launcher M-901

1 radar AN/MPQ-53

1 command center ECS AN/MSQ-104

1 electrical power plant SEA 2x150KW

3 camp electrical power plant SEA/SVA

1 antena mast group AMA (antennamastanlage)

1 communication truck (container) RiFuA

8 missile transport truck

2 transport truck

 

Brigade (Geschwader):

 

6 battery

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S-300P on the march:

 

  • 40V6M/M1/M2 mast assemblies for HF and TTR
  • ChMAP/5P85-1 semi-trailer with 4 missile tubes for S-300P
  • F-9 shelter unit for radar operators (S-300P/PM)
  • 5P85T trailer (towed by KRAZ-260 truck) with 4 missile tubes for S-300PM
  • 5P85SU TEL with 4 missile tubes and command post for S-300PMU
  • 5P85DU TEL with 4 missile tubes for S-300PMU
  • 1T12-2M site survey vehicle
  • 5T58 missile transport vehicle
  • 22T6 loading vehicle
  • Baikal-1 command vehicle
  • 30N6 mounted on MAZ-543M heavy truck for S-300PMU

I have more detailed S-300 Family details in my work *lol*

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Sa-8 Gecko "OSA" structure:

 

Battery:

 

4 missile launcher 9A33B

2 transport/loading missile vehicle 9T217B

2 automatic survey truck (Ural-43203) 9W242 and 9W914

1 technical service truck (Ural-43203) 9W210

1 camouflage system part truck (Ural-43203) 9F116

1 service part truck (Ural-43203) 9F372

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Great start, keep it up! If you also have information on unit positions, it would be very helpful to the template creators. For example, when creating S-300 and Patriot site templates, the team attempted to place all units in positions that are accurate relative to each other down to the meter!

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For example, when creating S-300 and Patriot site templates, the team attempted to place all units in positions that are accurate relative to each other down to the meter!

 

er... surely that wouldn't really matter that much as it just can't be that every SAM unit placement within SAM site would be exactly the same in every location down to meter, right? slight randomisation in individual unit distance and heading would be more realistic option I think, would others agree?

 

And you Kusch, with so many photos and details of things like that, you'd have to be some sort of double spy aye? :D

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And you Kusch, with so many photos and details of things like that, you'd have to be some sort of double spy aye? :D

 

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And you Kusch, with so many photos and details of things like that, you'd have to be some sort of double spy aye? :D

 

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Patriot battery in circle diameter 2 km. In center circle is ECS, EPU, AMG and radar. Missiles launcher in circle flange, max 1km away ECS (10 km remote launcher).

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er... surely that wouldn't really matter that much as it just can't be that every SAM unit placement within SAM site would be exactly the same in every location down to meter, right? slight randomisation in individual unit distance and heading would be more realistic option I think, would others agree?

 

Actually Russian and Chinese stationary SAM Sites are usually all unified in their design.

 

Mobile SAMs are different - off course.

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And you Kusch, with so many photos and details of things like that, you'd have to be some sort of double spy aye? :D

 

Hush guys! Otherwise Kusch will surely send his special purpose Einsatzgruppe platoon :P

 

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SA-6 Gainful 2K12 Kub structure

 

Battery

 

4 missile launcher 2P25

1 radar 1S91

1 command center in vehicle BRDM-2U, or BTR-60PU

2 transport/loading truck (Zil-131) 2T7M*

2 service truck 2W8 and 2W9

 

*http://pilot.strizhi.info/wp-content/uploads/2007/01/IMG_5505_sm.jpg

 

Brigade (5 battery)

 

20 missile launcher 2P25

5 radar 1S91

5 command center in vehicle BRDM-2U, or BTR-60PU

10 transport/loading truck (Zil-131) 2T7M*

1 radar P-40

1 radar PRW-9

1 radar container 9S417M

1 command center container 9S416

1 cable truck 9S441

12 ZU-23-2 on truck

few Strela-2/SA-7

5 service truck (EPP) 9W88M1

6 communictaion truck RWL-146

133 other truck and cars

 

Some pics:

http://pilot.strizhi.info/2007/01/03/1552#more-1552

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SAM

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Rapier SAM - Mk1 (Hittile), Mk2B (Missile)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapier_missile

 

800px-Rapier-Jernas.jpg

 

Arrow "Interceptor" SAM

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrow_missile

 

480px-Arrow_anti-ballistic_missile_launch.jpg

 

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T-155 Panter 155 mm towed howitzer

T-155 Firtina (Storm) 155 mm self-propelled howitzer

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SA-13 Gopher Strela-10 structure

 

Battery:

 

4 missile launcher

1 automatic survey truck (GAZ-66)

1 service truck (Zil-131) 9W915

1 EPP (power plant) 9I111

1 technical service truck ZIP 2A

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