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Discussion in 'Civ4 - World 2009 Mod' started by NikNaks, May 22, 2008.

  1. NikNaks

    NikNaks Deity

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    There we go. Done. There's just one error I found:

    - Foxtrot Class (USSR) (India\

    Was the slash meant to be a close bracket or did you not finish the entry?

    EDIT: Does anyone want to volunteer to amalgamate sheep's data with Joe's, overnight or tomorrow (i.e. adding the number of units in service)? If not, I'll do it on Thursday.
     
  2. sheep21

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    Naval Units Contd.

    Cruisers:
    - De Zeven Provinciën class cruiser (Netherlands) (Peru) - non buildable starting unit
    - Ticonderoga class Missile cruiser (US) (US) - non buildable starting unit
    - Jeanne d'Arc (R 97) helicopter cruiser (France) (France) - non buildable starting unit
    - Kirov class battlecruiser (USSR) (Russian Federation) - non buildable starting unit

    Destroyers:
    - Tyep 45 Destroyer (UK) (UK)
    - Type 42 Destroyer (UK) (UK\Argentina) - non buildable starting unit
    - MEKO 360 (Germany) (Argentina\Nigeria) - non buildable starting unit
    - Iroquois class destroyer (Canada) (Canada) - non buildable starting unit
    - Udaloy class destroyer (USSR) (Russia)
    - Kara class cruiser (USSR) (Russia) - comparable to a DD in strength - non buildable starting unit
    - Kashin class destroyer (USSR) (Russia) - non buildable starting unit
    - Sovremenny class destroyer (USSR\Russian Federation) (Russia\PRC)
    - Kolkata class destroyer (India) (India) - first ship enters service 2010
    - Delhi class destroyer (India) (India) - non buildable starting unit
    - Rajput class destroyer (Russia) (India) - non buildable starting unit
    - Type 051C destroyer (PRC) (PRC)
    - Type 052C destroyer (PRC) (PRC) - non buildable starting unit
    - Type 052B destroyer (PRC) (PRC) - non buildable starting unit
    - Type 051B destroyer (PRC) (PRC) - non buildable starting unit
    - Type 052 destroyer (PRC) (PRC) - non buildable starting unit
    - Type 051 destroyer (PRC) (PRC) - non buildable starting unit
    - Horizon class frigate (France\Italy) (France\Italy) - comparable size and power to DD -non buildable starting unit
    - Tourville class frigate (France) (France) - comparable size and power to DD -non buildable starting unit
    - Durand de la Penne class destroyer (Italy) (Italy) - non buildable starting unit
    - Gearing class destroyer (US) (Mexico) - non buildable starting unit
    - Edsall-class destroyer escort (US) (Mexico) - non buildable starting unit
    - Atago class destroyer (Japan) (Japan)
    - Takanami class destroyer (Japan) (Japan) - non buildable starting unit
    - Murasame class destroyer (Japan) (Japan) - non buildable starting unit
    - Kongō class destroyer (Japan) (Japan) - non buildable starting unit
    - Asagiri class destroyer (Japan) (Japan) - non buildable starting unit
    - Hatakaze class destroyer (Japan) (Japan) - non buildable starting unit
    - Hatsuyuki class destroyer (Japan) (Japan) - non buildable starting unit
    - Shirane class destroyer (Japan) (Japan) - non buildable starting unit
    - Gwanggaeto the Great class destroyer (South Korea) (South Korea) - non buildable starting unit
    - Chungmugong Yi Sun-sin class destroyer (South Korea) (South Korea)
    - King Sejong the Great class destroyer (South Korea) (South Korea) - first ship commisioned 2008
    - Arleigh Burke class destroyer (US) (US)
    - Zumwalt class destroyer (US) (US) -first and only 2 units laid down in 2008
    - Kidd class destroyer (US) (Taiwan) - non buildable starting unit
     
  3. sheep21

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    yes its meant to be a closed bracket

    oops, there is also one in Ukranian service.

    so it should read:
    -foxtrot class (USSR) (India\Ukraine)
     
  4. NikNaks

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    Ah, thanks. Say, do you want to amalgamate the data?
     
  5. sheep21

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    With what? or do you mean into one list?
     
  6. NikNaks

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    Well, if you see the first page, he's listed some of the classes with the number of units in operation. Can you merge those into your list? I don't have time to merge them myself right now.
     
  7. sheep21

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    yeah sure, but i dont have the ability to post it on the front page


    thanks for tidying up my lists and making them look pretty

    btw, added you on msn as jabber isnt working for me, hope you dont mind.
     
  8. NikNaks

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    That's absolutely fine. Oh, I think my MSN has changed. Replace the "93" with "_home" and that's my current one.
     
  9. sheep21

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    Naval Forces Contd.
    Key: - Class (Country of construction) (current operators) - in service as of 2008- notes
    Frigates:
    - Espora class frigate (Germany) (Argentina) - 6 - non buildable starting unit
    - Adelaide class frigate (US) (Aust) - 4 - non buildable starting unit
    - ANZAC class frigate (Aust\NZ) (Aust\NZ) - 8\2 - non buildable starting unit
    -Type 053 frigate (PRC) (PRC\Bangladesh\Thailand\Egypt) - 32\1\4\2 -non buildable starting unit
    - Type 053H3 frigate (PRC) (PRC) - 14 - non buildable starting unit
    - Type 054 frigate (PRC) (PRC) - 6 - non buildable starting unit
    - Type 23 frigate (UK) (UK\Chile) - 13\3 - non buildable start unit
    - Type 22 frigate (UK) (UK\Brazil\Chile\Romania) - 4\4\1\2 non buildable start unit
    - Type 41 frigate (UK) (Bangladesh) - 2 - non buildable start unit
    - Type 61 Frigate (UK) (Bangladesh) - 2 - non buildable start unit
    - Leander class frigate (UK\India under licence) (Ecuador\Pakistan\India) - 2\2\3 - non buildable start unit
    - DW 2000H Class Frigate (South Korea) (Bangladesh) - 1 - non buildable start unit
    - Wielingen class frigate (Belgium) (Bulgaria) - 3 -non buildable starting unit
    - Niteroi class frigate (UK) (Brazil) - 7 - non buildable starting unit
    - Garcia class frigate (US) (Brazil) - 4 - non buildable starting unit
    - Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate (US & under licence in Spain\Taiwan) (US\Turkey\Spain\Taiwan\Poland\Egypt\Bahrain) - 30\8+2 hulks\6\8\2\4\1 - non buildable start unit
    - Koni class frigate (USSR) (Algeria\Bulgaria Egypt) - 3\1\2 - non buildable start unit
    - Halifax class frigate (Canada) (Canada) - 12 - non buildable start unit
    - Karel Doorman class frigate (Netherlands) (Belgium\Chile\Netherlands\Portugal) - 2\2\2\2 - non buildable start unit
    - Jacob van Heemskerck class frigate (Netherlands) (Chile) - 2 - non buildable start unit
    - Almirante Padilla class frigate (Germany) (Thailand) - 4 - non buildable start unit
    - Thetis class ocean patrol vessel (Denmark) (Denmark) - 4 - non buildable start unit
    - Knox class frigate (US) (Turkey\Mexico\Thailand\Egypt\Taiwan - 12\4\2\2\8 - non buildable start unit
    - Floréal class frigate (France) (France\Morroco) - 6\2 - non buildable start unit
    - La Fayette class frigate (France\licence built in singapore) (France\Taiwan\Singapore\Saudi Arabia) - 5\6\6\3 -
    - Commandant Rivière class frigate (France) (Uruguay) - 3 - non buildable start unit
    - Georges Leygues class frigate (France) (France) - 7 - non buildable start unit
    - Cassard class frigate (France) (France) - 2 - non buildable start unit
    - Bremen class frigate (Germany) (Germany) - 8 - non buildable start unit
    - Brandenburg class frigate (Germany) (Germany) - 4 - non buildable start unit
    - Sachsen class frigate (Germany) (Germany) - 3 -
    - Kortenaer class frigate (Netherlands) (Greece\UAE) - 10\2 - non buildable start unit
    - Shivalik class frigate (India) (India) - 3 - first commisioned 2008
    - Talwar class frigate (Russia) (India) - 3 - 3 more ordered
    - Brahmaputra class frigate (India) (India) - 3 - non buildable start unit
    - Godavari class frigate (India) (India) - 3 - non buildable start unit
    - Tribal class frigate (UK) (Indonesia) - 3 - non buildable start unit
    - Van Speijk class frigate (Netherlands) (Indonesia) - 6 - non buildable start unit
    - Alvand class frigate (UK) (Iran) - 3 - non buildable start unit
    - Moudge class frigate (Iran) (Iran) - 4 - of which 1 is still building
    - Lupo class frigate (Italy) (Peru\Venezula\Italy) - 8\6\4 - non buildable start unit
    - Maestrale class frigate (Italy) (Italy) - 8 - non buildable starting unit
    - Yubari class destroyer escort (Japan) (Japan) - 2 - non buildable starting unit
    - Abukuma class destroyer escort (Japan) (Japan) - 6 - non buildable starting unit
    - Lekiu class frigate (UK) (Malaysia) - 2 - non buildable starting unit
    - Kasturi class frigate (Germany) (Malaysia) - 2 - non buildable start unit
    - Bronstein class frigate (US) (Mexico) - 2 - non buildable start unit
    - Descubierta class frigate (Spain) (Spain\Egypt\Morroco) - 5\2\1 - non buildable unit
    - De Zeven Provinciën class frigate (Netherlands) (Netherlands) - 4 - non buildable start unit
    - Fridtjof Nansen class frigate (Spain) (Norway) - 5 - full complement by 2010
    - Soho class frigate (North Korea) (North Korea) - 1 - possiby experimental
    - Najin class frigate (North Korea) (North Korea) - 2 - non buildable start unit
    - Type 21 frigate (UK) (Pakistan) - 6 - non buildable start unit
    - Cannon class destroyer escort (US) (Philippines) - 1 - non buildable start unit
    - Vasco da Gama class frigate (Germany) (Portugal) - 3 - non buildable start unit
    - Marasesti class frigate (Romania) (Romania) - 1 - non buildable start unit
    - Rear-Admiral Eustaţiu Sebastian class frigate (Romania) (Romania) - 2 - classed by NATO as corvettes - non buildable start unit
    - Admiral Petre Bărbuneanu class frigate (Romania) (Romania) - 2 - classed by NATO as corvettes - non buildable start unit
    - Riga class frigate (USSR) (Bulgaria) - 3 - non buildable start units
    - Petya class frigate (USSR) (Vietname\Syria) - 6\2 - non buildable start unit
    - Krivak class frigate (USSR) (Russia\Ukraine) - 16\1 - non buildable start unit
    - Neustrashimy class frigate (USSR\Russia) (Russia) - 2 - lates Russian Frigate
    - Ulsan class frigate (South Korea) (South Korea) - 9 - non buildable start unit
    - Álvaro de Bazán class frigate (Spain) (Spain) - 4 - 2 more building
    - Tartarstan/Gepard class frigate (Russia) (Russia\Vietnam) - 1\4 - Vietnamese ships on order

    . .. .. .. . me im done for the night!
     
  10. W.A

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    Royal Australian Air Force:
    Bomber F-111
    Electronic warfare Boeing 737 AEW&C
    Fighter F/A-18 Hornet
    Patrol AP-3C Orion
    Reconnaissance RF-111
    Trainer PC-9, Hawk 127, B300
    Transport C-130 Hercules, DHC-Caribou, C-17 Globemaster III, Boeing 737, Challenger 600

    Royal Australian Navy
    Anzac class Frigate- Anti-submarine and anti-aircraft with 1 SH-60 Seahawk

    Adelaide class Frigate- Anti-submarine and anti-aircraft frigate with 2 S-70B-2 Seahawk helicopters

    Armidale class Patrol boat- Coastal defence and fishery protection

    Collins class Submarine- Diesel-electric powered patrol submarines for deep ocean patrols

    Kanimbla class LP- troop & helicoper transport (Westland Sea King and UH-60 Black Hawk)

    Australian Army
    When the reorganisation is complete it is planned that the Army will be able to form battlegroups based around the following formations:

    * 1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, Light infantry Battalion
    * 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, Light infantry Battalion
    * 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, Light infantry Battalion
    * 5th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, Mechanised Infantry Battalion
    * 6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, Motorised infantry Battalion
    * 7th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, Mechanised Infantry Battalion
    * 8th/9th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, Motorised Infantry Battalion
    * 1st Armoured Regiment, Armoured Regiment
    * 2nd Cavalry Regiment, Formation Reconnaissance Regiment
    * 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment, Formation Reconnaissance Regiment
    * 1st Aviation Regiment, Attack helicopter Regiment

    By the end of this process in approximately 2015, 1 Brigade will be the army's major mechanised formation. In addition, 1st Division/DJHQ will be reduced to three brigades, with 11 Brigade, a wholly Army Reserve formation, being transferred to the 2nd Division. The armoured units of the Army Reserve in 2nd Division will be restructured, with four becoming pure light cavalry and the fifth being utilised in the armoured lift role.

    Battle Tank- M1A1 Abrams A.I.M.
     
  11. sheep21

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    NAVAL FORCES Contd.

    Key: Ship Class (Builders) (current operators) - No. in service as of 200 - notes

    CVN: Multi-purpose Aircraft Carrier (Nuclear-Propulsion) (12 Fighter sized Aircraft +4 helo + 2AWACS)
    - Gerald R. Ford class aircraft carrier (US) (US) - - 1 building, 3 planned, first in service 2015
    - Nimitz class aircraft carrier (US) (US) - 9 - 1 more currently building (in service 2009)
    - Enterprise Class Aircraft Carrier (US) (US) - 1 - non buildable starting unit
    - Charles de Gaulle Class Class Aircraft Carrier (France) (France) - 1 - 6 Fighter+2Helo+AWAC non buildable start unit

    CV: Multi-purpose Aircraft Carrier
    - Kitty Hawk class aircraft carrier (US) (US) - 1 - 12 Fighter+4Helo+2AWAC non buildable start unit
    - Queen Elizabeth class Aircraft Carrier (UK) (UK) - - 6fighter+2helo+1AWAC 2 ordered, in commision by 2014
    - Invincible class aircraft carrier (UK) (UK) - 2 - 4Fighter+2Helo one more of class in mothballs non buildable start unit
    Centaur class aircraft carrier (UK) (India) - 1 - 4Fighter+2Helo
    - Vikrant class aircraft carrier (India) (India) - - 6Fighter+2Helo first of two due to enter service 2012
    - Clemenceau class Aircraft Carrier (France) (Brazil) - 1 - 6Fighter+4Helo non buildable start unit
    - Kiev class aircraft carrier (USSR) (India) - - 4Fighter+2Helo (due in service 2012 after heavy rebuild)
    - - Cavour Class Aircraft Carrier (Italy) (Italy) - 1 - 4Fighter+2Helo due in service 2008
    - Giuseppe Garibaldi Class Aircraft Carrier (Italy) (Italy) - 1 - 2 Fighter+2Helo non buildable start unit
    - Admiral Kuznetsov class aircraft carrier (USSR) (Russia) - 1 - 4Fighter+4Helo non buildable start unit
    - Príncipe de Asturias class Aircraft Carrier (Spain) (Spain) - 1 - 4Fighter+2Helo non buildable start unit
    - Chakri Naruebet class aircraft Carrier (Spain) (Thailand) - 1 - 2Fighter+1Helo worlds smallest CV non buildable start unit
    - Hyūga class helicopter destroyer (Japan) (Japan) - 0 - 6Helo first entering service in 2009

    carriers done:D

    edit: Have not included Future French Carrier as its been suspended and looks like it may well be cancelled by the current goverment
     
  12. sheep21

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    NAVAL FORCES Cont.d
    Key:- Ship Class (Builders) (current operators) - No. in service as of 200 -
    - Equipment - Cargo Space - notes
    Amphibious assault ships:

    - Mistral class amphibious assault ship (France) (France) - 2 -
    -- 6 Helo+4Landing Craft - 8 Units
    - Dokdo class amphibious assault ship (Sth Korea) (Sth Korea) - 1 -
    -- 4 Helo+2Landing Craft - 6 Units - 2 more planned.
    - Juan Carlos Class amphibious assault ship (Spain) (Spain) - 1 -
    -- CV Mode: 4Fighter+2Helo
    -- AAS Mode: 4 Helo+4Landing Craft - 8 Units
    - Ocean Class amphibious assault ship (UK) (UK) - 1 -
    -- 6Helo+4Landing Craft - 8 Units - Infantry only & non buildable start unit
    -Wasp class amphibious assault ship (US) (US) - 7 -
    -- Upto 8 Air Units+3Landing Craft - 16 Units - 1 more in class due in 2009
    - Tarawa class amphibious assault ship (US) (US) - 3 -
    -- 8 Helo+ 3 Landing Craft - 16 Units - non buildable start unit


    next to come are Amhibious transport docks.
     
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    Key:- Ship Class (Builders) (current operators) - No. in service as of 2008 -
    - Equipment - Cargo Space - notes

    Amphibious transport dock A.K.A- landing platform dock\LPD:

    - Type 071 amphibious transport dock (PRC) (PRC) - 1 -
    -- 2 Helo+4LandingCraft - 6 Units -
    - Foudre class landing platform dock (France) (France) - 2 -
    -- 2Helo+4LandingCraft - 8 Units - non buildable starting unit
    - Austin class amphibious transport dock (US) (US\India) - 6\1 -
    -- 2 Helo+4Landing Craft - 8 Units - non buildable starting unit
    - San Giorgio class amphibious transport dock (Italy) (Italy) - 3 -
    -- 2Helo+4Landing Craft - 8 Units - non buildable starting unit
    - Ōsumi class LST (Japan) (Japan) - 3 -
    -- 2 Helo+2Landing Craft - 4 Units - non buildable starting unit
    - Rotterdam class amphibious transport dock (Netherlands\Spain) (Netherlands\Spain) - 1\2 -
    -- 3 Helo+3LandingCraft - 4 units - non buildable starting unit



    to be continued...
     
  14. Bahmo

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    It might be a good time to remind you that I still think that as opposed to actual coded unique units, we should use "National construction nodes," that is, collections of classical architecture placed in the city. That would not only be a good way to add flavor; it would also allow ccountries controlled by foreign powers to still have unique units. So for example, with a Chinese node in Shanghai, it would train Chinese units (just like a Budhist monastary enables Budhist missionaries), regardless of who controls the city at the time.
     
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    Ground Forces

    All vehicles in this section have the real world numbers in service listed. It is my belief that every 10 real world tanks should represent 1 civ 4 tank. So North Korea has 1600 T-55's, in game they have 160. I think thats a fair system?

    Main Battle Tanks

    Notes - Non buildable starting unit , easily destroyed by most tanks produced post 1980's and by all modern infantry.

    - AMX-30 - (France)
    -- Operators
    --- Bosnia - 52
    --- Cyprus - 102
    --- Qatar - 24
    --- Saudia Arabia - 290
    --- United Arab Emirates - 64
    --- Venzuela - 82

    Notes - Non buildable starting unit

    - Al-Zarrar - (USSR\Pakistan)
    -- Operators
    --- Pakistan - 320

    Notes - New tank on a T-55 Chasis

    - Al-Khalid tank (Pakistan)
    -- Operators
    --- Pakistan 350

    - Notes - Buildable unit, indigenous design based on chinese Type 90.

    - Ariete - (Italy)
    -- Operators
    --- Italy - 200

    Notes - Buildable unit.

    - Arjun MBT - (India)
    -- Operators
    --- India - 64
    Notes - Buildable Unit

    - Centurion MBT (UK)
    -- Operators
    --- Singapore - 60

    Notes - Non-Buildable starting unit

    - Ch'ŏnma-ho (North Korea)
    -- Operators
    --- North Korea - 700

    Notes: numbers arent known for sure due to NK's secrecy.

    - Challenger 1 (United Kingdom)
    -- Operators
    --- Jordan - 392

    Notes - Non-buildable starting unit

    - Challenger 2 (United Kingdom)
    -- Operators
    --- 38 - Oman
    --- 366 - United Kingdom

    Notes - Non-buildable starting unit

    - Chieftan (United Kingdom)
    -- Operators
    --- 100 - Iran

    Notes - Non-buildable starting unit.

    - K1 88-Tank (South Korea)
    -- Operators
    --- 1000 - South Korea

    Notes - None

    - K2 Black Panther (South Korea)
    -- Operators
    --- 0 - South Korea

    Notes - full scale production begins 2009

    - Leclerc (France)
    -- Operators
    --- 406 - France
    --- 388 - United Arab Emirates

    Notes - production ended 2008 so technically still buildable?

    - Leopard 1 (West Germany)
    -- Operators
    --- 132 - Belgium
    --- 368 - Brazil
    --- 66 - Canada
    --- 202 - Chile
    --- 502 - Greece
    --- 120 - Italy
    --- 43 - Lebanon
    --- 20 - Norway
    --- 394 - Turkey

    Notes - Non-buildable starting unit

    - Leopard 2 (Germany)
    -- Operators
    --- 114 - Austria
    --- 132 - Chile
    --- 214 - Canada
    --- 57 - Denmark
    --- 91 - Finland
    --- 408 - Germany
    --- 366 - Greece
    --- 110 - Netherlands
    --- 52 - Norway
    --- 128 - Poland
    --- 37 - Portugal
    --- 66 - Singapore
    --- 327 - Spain
    --- 122 - Sweden
    --- 380 - Switzerland
    --- 339 - Turkey

    Notes - various different sub-models of above tank.

    - M-84 (Yugoslavia)
    -- Operators
    --- 212 - Serbia
    --- 149 - Kuwait
    --- 16 - Bosnia and Herzegovina
    --- 80 - Croatia
    --- 54 - Slovenia

    Notes - Non-Buildable starting unit

    - M1 Abrams (United States of America)
    -- Operators
    --- 59 - Australia
    --- 1005 - Egypt
    --- 218 - Kuwait
    --- 388 - Saudi Arabia
    --- 5970 - United States of America

    Notes - still in production, US tanks upgraded to M1A2 standard.

    - M48 Patton (United States of America)
    -- Operators
    --- 80 - Iran
    --- 561 - Israel - Heavily upgraded
    --- 200 - Jordan
    --- 850 - South Korea
    --- 104 - Lebanon
    --- 235 - Northern Cyprus
    --- 345 - Pakistan
    --- 450 - Taiwan
    --- 150 - Thailand
    --- 2875 - Turkey
    --- 20 - Vietnam

    Notes - Non buildable starting unit.

    - Merkava Mark I & II(Israel)
    -- Operators
    --- 830 - Israel

    Notes - Non-buildable starting unit

    - Merkava Mark III & IV (Israel)
    -- Operators
    --- 970 - Israel

    Notes - Mark 4 buildable

    - P'okpoong-Ho (North Korea)
    -- Operators
    --- 250 - North Korea

    Notes - In production, details hazy due to North Korean secracey

    - PT-91 (Poland)
    -- Operators
    --- 233 - Poland
    --- 48 - Malaysia

    Notes - none


    - T-55\T-54 (USSR)
    -- Operators-
    --- Abkhazia - 55
    --- Afgahinistan - 600
    --- Albania - 375
    --- Algeria - 275
    --- Angola - 100
    --- Azerbaiijan - 123
    --- Bangladesh - 60
    --- Belarus - 29
    --- Bosnia and Herzegovina - 150
    --- Bulgaria - 160
    --- Cambodia - 100
    --- Central African Republic - 4
    --- Chad - 60
    --- Croatia -222
    --- Cuba - 1100
    --- Democratic Republic of Congo - 20
    --- Ecuador - 30
    --- Egypt - 650 - 260 Ramses II MBT's (massively upgraded version)
    --- Equatorial Guinea - 3
    --- Eritrea - 10
    --- Ethiopa - 250
    --- Georgia - 23
    --- Guinea - 8
    --- Hungary - 597
    --- India - 200
    --- Iran - 540
    --- Israel - 126
    --- Laos - 30
    --- Latvia - 3
    --- Lebanon - 205
    --- Libya - 460
    --- Mauritania - 35
    --- Mongolia - 350
    --- Montenegro - 62
    --- Nicaragua - 31
    --- Nigeria - 50
    --- North Korea - 1600
    --- Peru - 375
    --- Romania - 647
    --- Russia - 1010
    --- Rwanda - 12
    --- Somaliland - 85 - Breakaway from Somalia
    --- Sudan - 200
    --- Syria - 2150
    --- Togo - 2
    --- Uganda - 20
    --- Ukraine - 112
    --- Uruguay - 15
    --- Uzbekistan - 80
    --- Vietnam - 900
    --- Yemen - 700
    --- Zambia - 10
    --- Zimbabwae - 20



    - T-62 (USSR)
    -- Operators
    --- 170 - Afghanistan
    --- 300 - Algeria
    --- 50 - Angola
    --- 300 - Cuba
    --- 600 - Egypt
    --- 100 - Ethiopia
    --- 75 - Iran
    --- 70 - Israel
    --- 75 - Kazakhstan
    --- 170 - Libya
    --- 250 - Mongolia
    --- 800 - North Korea
    --- 2020 - Russia-
    --- 1000 - Syria
    --- 170 - Uzbekistan
    --- 80 - Vietnam
    --- 30 - Yemem

    Notes - Non-buildable starting unit

    - T-64 (USSR)
    -- Operators
    --- 2215 - Ukraine
    --- 4000 - Russia
    --- 100 - Uzbekistan

    Notes - Non buildable starting unit

    - T-72 (USSR\Russia)
    -- Operators
    --- unknown number captured from USSR - Afgahnista
    --- 500 -Algeria
    --- 22 - Angola
    --- 160 - Armenia
    --- 180 - Azerbaijan
    --- 1465 - Belarus
    --- 160 - Bulgaria - 300 Reserve
    --- 50 - Cuba
    --- 179 - Czech Republic
    --- 50 - Ethiopia
    --- 225 - Georgia
    --- 195 - Hungary
    --- 2010 - India
    --- 480 - Iran
    --- 77 - Iraq
    --- 650 - Kazakhstan
    --- 77 - Kenya
    --- 210 - Krgystan
    --- 150 - Libya
    --- 31 - Macedonia
    --- 200 - Morocco
    --- 139 - Burma
    --- 1 - North Korea
    --- 589 - Poland
    --- 35 - Romania
    --- 9944 - Russia - of which 7800 reserves
    --- 65 - Serbia
    --- 272 - Slovakia
    --- 1600 - Syria
    --- 44 - Tajikistan
    --- 702 - Turkmenistan
    --- 1302 - Ukraine
    --- 70 - Uzbekistan
    --- 150 - Vietnam
    --- 39 - Yemen

    Notes - Still in production, various diffrent models in service

    - T-80 (USSR\Russia\Ukraine)
    -- Operators
    --- 90 - Belarus
    --- 41 - Cyprus
    --- 285 - Pakistan
    --- 50 - People's Republic of China
    --- 5956 - Russia - of which 1456 are in reserve
    --- 33 - South Korea
    --- 271 - Ukraine

    Notes - Still in Production in Ukraine

    - T-84 (Ukraine)
    -- Operators
    --- 10 - Ukraine

    Notes - currently in production

    - T-90 (Russia)
    -- Operators
    --- 480 - Russia
    --- 410 - India - 1000 more to be manufactured in India

    Notes - currently in Production in Russia and India

    - TAM or Tanque Argentino Mediano (Argentina\Germany)
    -- Operators
    --- 200 - Argentina

    Notes - Non builable starting unit

    - TR-85 (Romania)
    -- Operators
    --- 315 - Romania

    Notes - Non buildable starting unit

    - Type 59 (People's Republic of China)
    -- Operators
    --- 100 - Agahnistan
    --- 264 - Bangladesh
    --- 200 - Cambodia
    --- 20 - Democratic Republic of Congo
    --- 220 - Iran
    --- 175 - North Korea
    --- 1200 - Pakistan
    --- 6000 - People's Republic of China
    --- 15 - Republic of Congo
    --- 80 - Sri Lanka
    --- 10 - Sudan
    --- 30 - Tanzania
    --- 158 - Thailand
    --- 350 - Vietnam
    --- 20 - Zambia
    --- 30 - Zimbabwae

    Notes - Non buildable starting unit

    - Type 69/79 (People's Republic of China)
    -- Operators
    --- 150 - Albania
    --- 88 - Bangladesh
    --- 200 - Iran
    --- 60 - Burma
    --- 250 - Pakistan
    --- 98 - Thailand
    --- 20 - Sri Lanka
    --- 10 - Zimbabwae

    Notes - Non buildable starting unit

    - Type 74 (Japan)
    -- Operators
    --- 700 - Japan

    Notes - Non Builable starting unit

    - Type 88 (People's Republic of China)
    -- Operators
    --- 500 - People's Republic of China
    --- 500 - Pakistan
    --- Sudan - Unknown number, most likely under 50

    Notes - Non Buildable starting unit

    - Type 90 (Japan)
    -- Operators
    --- 315 - Japan

    Notes - Currently in production (?)

    - Type 96 (People's Republic of China)
    -- Operators
    --- 2500 - People's Republic of China

    Notes - Currently in production

    - Type 99 (People's Republic of China)
    -- Operators
    --- 300 - People's Republic of China

    Notes - Currently in production

    - Vickers MBT (United Kingdom)
    -- Operators
    --- 73 - Kenya
    --- 1800 - India - License built under Vijayanta name

    Notes- Non buildable starting unit

    - Zulfiqar (Iran)
    -- Operators
    --- 100 - Iran

    Notes - Currently in production

    TANKS ARE NOW FINISHED! HUZZAH!

    Only took till quarter to 7 no the 30th November :p
     
  16. sheep21

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    quick bump to say all tanks are finished, next stop AFV...
     
  17. whitelaughter

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    Rather than multiple unique units, how about all 'modern' units (Jet Fighter, Stealth Bomber, Stealth destroyer, Gunship, Missile Cruiser, Modern Armor; maybe Mobile Artillery and Mobile SAM) get +1 Strength for every level of Future Tech you've currently got?
     
  18. sheep21

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    not all modern weapons are the same in quality or strength or quality, likewise the training in some armies is far superior (sp) to others. I.E I would garuntee a challenger II MBT would wipe the floor with any Russian Federation T-90 or T-72

    And tbh, whats the point in making a world 2008-9 mod thats mean to be accurate if you make every army on earth the same... one of the main attractions of the mod at this end.
     
  19. whitelaughter

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    Precisely. Currently, if the same unit is built by two different nations, the units are identical. With my proposal, the unit from the more technologically advanced nation would be deadlier.
     
  20. sheep21

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    I dont see why nations cant have Unique Units...

    whats the point in an accurate mod if the units are completely shot to hell. Another mod of having the UK with the default modern armour (which looks like an M1 instead of a challenger) is not what im putting the time in for.

    I was thinking that say, a Polish T-72 would be more highly upgraded than say a Pakistani one.
     

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