We correct errors arising from two incorrect equations in our original manuscript.

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  1. G. D. Goodno, C. C. Shih, and J. E. Rothenberg, “Perturbative analysis of coherent combining efficiency with mismatched lasers,” Opt. Express 18(24), 25403–25414 (2010).
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Fig. 1 Co-alignment and uniformity tolerances for spatially and spectrally Gaussian beams with 1% allowance for combining loss for each effect. The BC is assumed to be lossless and uniform (ηsplit = 1 and Dn = N -1/2). RMS parameter variation refers to beam-to-beam mismatch. Fractional parameters and values are relative to the array average FWHM parameter, colored black in each sketch.