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 Official Parts Sheet Thread
Colosseum
Posted: Apr 6 2010, 08:02 PM


hey dudes


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Seeing as there are several parts (weapons, radars, etc) that seem to be constantly updated and misused, I'm making this thread.

Each post will contain ONE (1) part along with its CORRECT and UPDATED version. If possible, place INCORRECT versions in the post as well along with a "WRONG" or "INCORRECT" warning label next to them. Put a link to a Wikipedia article or something similar about the piece when you post. I will then update this thread post with a link to each part's post.

Anyone can post. Just follow the rules below.

Rules for Posting:

1. Follow my template.
2. Uncheck "Enable Signature?" in "Post Options" under your post. This will make the thread less cluttered.
3. Link a Wikipedia or NavWeaps article if possible.
4. In the "Notes:" section, make sure to list if any parts are not present in your sheet so someone else can add it.
5. Use the NavWeaps naming conventions when naming your post.
6. Do not use this thread for discussion. A discussion-only topic will be opened soon.

Template for Posting:
USE THIS PROPERLY OR I WILL DELETE YOUR POST.

Copy/paste this into your new post and fill it out when posting a new part. Things in brackets "{}" should be filled out.

CODE
[b]{System Name} {(Country of Origin})

[b]Drawing:[/b]
{IMG code of your parts sheet drawing, try to keep them small}

[b]Notes:[/b]
{Any notes you may have about this entry}

[b]References:[/b]
{Wikipedia or NavWeaps, etc links}


WEAPONS:
Gun Systems
1. 5"/38 (12.7 cm) Mark 12 (US)
2. Bofors 40 mm/60 (1.57") Model 1936 (Sweden)
2. 16''/50 (40.6 cm) Mark 7 (US)

Missile Systems

CIWS
1. Raytheon Phalanx 20mm CIWS (US)

Torpedoes
1. Mark 32 Surface Vessel Torpedo Tube (US)

Anti-Submarine Systems

ELECTRONICS:
Air Search Radars

Surface Search Radars

Fire Control Radars

SATCOM Devices

Electronic Warfare Devices
1. AN/SLQ-32 Electronic Warfare Device (US)
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Colosseum
Posted: Apr 6 2010, 08:07 PM


hey dudes


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5"/38 (12.7 cm) Mark 12

Drawing: CORRECT AS OF 6 APRIL 2010
(Posted Image)

Notes:
Drawing lacks Open Mount 5"/38 gun.

References:
Wikipedia
NavWeaps
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Colosseum
Posted: Apr 6 2010, 08:23 PM


hey dudes


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AN/SLQ-32 Electronic Warfare Suite (US)

Drawing: CORRECT AS OF APRIL 6 2010
(Posted Image)

Notes:
None

References:
Wikipedia
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Thiel
Posted: Apr 6 2010, 08:23 PM


Small Craft spammer.


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Bofors 40 mm/70 (1.57") Model 1948 (Sweden)

_____________

Bofors 40mm/L70 in Danish MTB mount
(Posted Image)

Notes:
None

References:
Naval History
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Colosseum
Posted: Apr 7 2010, 08:38 PM


hey dudes


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Raytheon Phalanx 20mm CIWS (Close In Weapons System) (US)

Drawing:
(Posted Image)

Notes:
None.

References:
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Colosseum
Posted: Apr 7 2010, 08:41 PM


hey dudes


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Mark 32 Surface Vessel Torpedo Tube (SVTT) (US)

Drawing:
(Posted Image)

Notes:
Do not use the incorrect version.

References:

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PolluxDeltaSeven
Posted: Apr 8 2010, 01:21 AM


Junior Member


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Exocet MM-40 Block III anti-ship missile

Drawing:

(Posted Image)

Notes:
The new variant of the Exocet, with turbofan engine and 180km range. It could be fired on both sea and land targets.
It will not replace the previous variants in French inventory but will be fitted in new build ships. On export market, it replaces the older variant of the Exocet for new-build ships and refit market.
It uses standard launchers of the previous variant.

References:
Wikipedia
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ALVAMA
Posted: Apr 25 2010, 08:50 AM


The Flying Dutchman


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SW (AUTO) twin 120mm L/50 M1950 gun (Air and Surface)


Drawing:

(Posted Image)


Notes:

Inservice: (oa) The Netherlands, Sweden, Colombia.

References:

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paul_541
Posted: May 15 2010, 05:27 PM


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16''/50 (40,6 cm) Mark 7

Drawings:
(Posted Image)
(Posted Image)
Notes:
WW2 turret are in 1945.

References:
www.navsource.org
www.wunderwaffe.narod.ru
www.wikipedia.org
www.flickr.com
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Colosseum
Posted: May 15 2010, 05:45 PM


hey dudes


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ONE SYSTEM PER POST

DO NOT PUT TWO IN ONE POST.
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