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Mirage F1 CT [Prototype] (France) The Mirage F1CT is a CAS variant of the Mirage F1 200. It will be a 1988 French prototype, same specifications as the Mirage F1 200 from which it retains the Magic A2A missiles, but with the Mirage 2000's ECM ... and carrying six 450kg Belouga cluster bombs.
F-4F (W. Germany) The F-4F will be a W-German CAT C air superiority fighter, armed with gun & 4 Sidewinders, and "parent" to the F-4F ICE.
Modification for W-Germany The introduction of this plane as BDR's main 1975's fighter aircraft will allow another change to occur: the F-104G will be re-rolled in its more traditional role, that is ... Witwenmacher!
Su-22M4P [SEAD] (Poland) As has been guessed (from the start), Poland's new unit will be a Su-22M4P, armed with four Kh-25MP anti-radiation missiles for SEAD missions. Since USSR didn't export its SEAD missiles to its "comrade brothers" before 1984, it won't be a Cat C SEAD as some expected. Yet, through some tweakings in the patch coming alongside the DLC, WP as a whole shall finally get a '75 SEAD plane ...
CF-18 (Canada) CF-18 isn't actually a variant of the CF-188, but an alternate name for the same plane. They are therefore the very same plane, but with different loadouts: the new CF-18 will be armed with 4x AIM-9M Sidewinder & 2 AIM-7M Sparrow, and of course retains the gun. As you can see on those screenshots, it has inherited the CF-188's white livery, and it is the latter, left untouched as a multirole aircraft, which will have its livery changed to a more greyish one.
Mi-24K (USRR) The ATGM guidance system has been removed to give room to top notch optics and cameras, hence in game terms giving this 10 HP armored chopper "Exceptional" optics, but armed "only" with the Hinds' Yak-B gatling gun and four S-8 80mm rocket pods.
Centurion Mk.5/2-DK (Denmark) As someone said before, our present model ingame was actually already that of a Mk.5/2-DK. Hence the "new unit" is actually the "Centurion 105mm"'s model, while the later get a reskin. The Centurion Mk.5/2-DK, a 1985 variant, featured improved FCS, better ammo, and (slightly) better mobility.
Challenger 1 Mk.2 (UK) The Challenger 1 Mk.2 variant was similar to the original one, but for the addition of the TOGS (Thermal Observation & Gunnery System) allowing much improved accuracy. Being fielded in 1987, it is therefore a prototype, and fitted with better ammo than its ancestor.
SMAW (USA) SMAW would be American Tank Hunter team, like the Canadian MAW, E-German Panzerjäger & CSSR Pancerov(...), and not an ATGM team (from the stats a Super Dragon, you should be thankful of that ;) ). Yet, being a 1984+ unit, only available in CatA decks, it shall prove more efficient than the laters. Also, being a USMC-only weapon, in thematic decks SMAW will only be available to Marine decks.
RBS 90 [Prototype] (Sweden) The Swedish RBS 90 is a 1990 prototype upgrade of the RBS 70, with more range and a faster missile, which can be fired from the same launcher.
LHV (Norway) They are a militia unit to back up with numbers their regular brother-in-arms ...
Strela-3 (Czechoslovakia) CSSR actually fielded that weapon system within the timeframe (1984), so this omission is fixed.
Fla-SFL 23/4M (E-Germany) The Fla-SFL 23/4M is the E-German designation for the Soviet Biryusa, to which variant the NVA upgraded its Shilka fleet in the late 70's.