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https://info.aiaa.org/Regions/NE/National_Capital/
Presentations/2015-02-19%20DoE_PA_F-35_Prgm_brief.ppt

F-35
19 Feb 2015
Gregg Costabile, SES
Director of Engineering, F-35 Lightning II
Program

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SLIDE #: 1

Overall Program Status
• F-35 Program baseline holding steady; Continued progress on all fronts
◦ Total weapon system view

• Affordability
◦ SDD – Cost reduction initiatives
◦ Production – Ramp Rate, Blueprint for Affordability, Block Buys
◦ O&S – $19B Reduction in O&S estimate, R&M program, Cost War Room, Aircraft Availability
Focus

• Schedule
◦ Service IOCs on track/Global Sustainment posture accelerating
◦ Software development/fielding not on critical path (margins)

• Technical performance
◦ Past risks improving (helmet, hook, fuel dump, lightning protection, software maturity)
◦ Current risks/issues being addressed (engine, structural cracks, ALIS, R&M, Mission Data
Files)

• Partnership strong and FMS customers growing
• Not the same program as in the past

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SLIDE #: 2

What Makes F-35 Different
• F-35 utilized an integrated systems approach to ensure long lasting
lethality and survivability advantages against current and future Air
to Air and Surface to Air threats
• Key elements of the F-35 systems of systems approach was the
integration of and synergies between:









Advanced Stealth
Fused Multi-Spectral Active and Passive Situational Awareness
Advanced Inter-operability
Multi-Ship Situational Awareness and Tactics / Mutual Support
Advanced Offensive and Defensive Electronic Attack
Advanced Countermeasures
Maneuverability with Combat Loads
Persistence

F-35 represents a system of system design solution to ensure operational
advantages over current and future threats for the US and it’s allies!
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SLIDE #: 3

F-35 Lightning II
CTOL

Interoperability

CV

STOVL

P&W F135
RR - Liftfan

3 Services

8 International
Partners

Global Sustainment

3 Foreign Military Sales

Team JSF

Domestic / International
Suppliers
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Autonomic
Logistics

3 Flight Test
Facilities

Integrated
Training

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SLIDE #: 4

F-35 Characteristics
• Key Attributes:






CTOL

Stealth
Integrated Avionics
Air-to-Ground (A/G) Munitions
Intraflight DL
Advanced Aircraft Survivability

• General Features:





Single seat
Speed: 700 kts or 1.6M (630/1.6M STOVL)
Ceiling: 50,000 ft+
Engine: PW F135

• Sensors







Fully integrated open architecture system
A/G – Air-to-Air (A/A) radar/Synthetic Aperture Radar
Electro Optical (EO) A/G Targeting system
A/A Infrared Search and Track (IRST) function
Electronic Support Measures (ESM)
Short range EO spherical coverage

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(AF)

Length: 51.4 ft
Wing Area: 460 ft2
Weight (Empty): 29,400 lb
Internal Fuel: 18,200 lb
Range: 600 + nm

STOVL
(BF)

Length: 51.1 ft
Wing Area: 460 ft2
Weight (Empty): 32,600 lb
Internal Fuel: 13,500 lb
Range: 450 + nm

CV
(CF)

Length: 51.4 ft
Wing Area: 668 ft2
Weight (Empty): 34,900 lb
Internal Fuel: 19,700 lb
Range: 600 + nm

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SLIDE #: 5

System Development and
Demonstration (SDD) Update
CY2012
Q1

Q2

Q3

CY2013
Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

CY2014
Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

CY2015
Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

CY2016
Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

CY2017
Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

CY2018
Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J JA S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D

LRIP 3
LRIP 3(17)

LRIP 4
LRIP 4(32)

LRIP 5
LRIP 5(32)

LRIP 6
LRIP 6(36)

LRIP 7
LRIP 7(35)

USMC IOC

2A DT&E

Block 2B

2B DT&E

Cert
2A DT&E

Cert

LRIP 8
LRIP 8(43)

LRIP 9
LRIP 9(57)

LRIP 10
LRIP 10(92)

USAF IOC

USN IOC

2B

2A

Cert
2B DT&E

2B

Cert
Spin Up

OT II F

Blk 2B Integrated Test
3i DT&E

Block 3i

Initial

3i

Cert

3i

3i DT&E

Final

Cert

Block 3F

Block 1A TR1
Block 1B TR1
Block 2A TR1
Block 2B TR1
Blk 3i TR2
Block 3F TR2
Fleet Release
OTRR

Cert

3F

3F DT&E

3F

Cert
OT IIG OTRR

Spin Up

OT II G

OT IIG OTRR

• Lightly shading are baseline
• Prominent bars are status

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3F DT&E

Blk 3 Integrated Test

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Spin Up

OT II G

SLIDE #: 6

F-35 Current Fleet Laydown
F-35A F-35B F-35C

Nellis AFB
5 A/C Total

Patuxent River NAS
9 A/C Total

Edwards AFB
20 A/C Total

Luke AFB
19 A/C Total
MCAS Beaufort
9 A/C Total

Eglin AFB
44 A/C Total

MCAS Yuma
18 A/C Total

• 90 Operational / Training Aircraft
• 34 Test Aircraft
Note: Does not include AA-1 at China Lake
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As of 28 Jan 15
SLIDE #: 7

F-35 Bed Down Through 2018

As of 17 Sep 2014

Total: 386

F-35A F-35B F-35C
United Kingdom (9)

RAF Marham

Norway (9)

Orland

FMS (39)

Australia (2)

Italy (7)

Williamtown

Amendola
Grottaglie

F-35 Global Deployment

*Source Data: Sustainment Beddown Break Down_091114
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SLIDE #: 8

Global Production System
Norway
Kitron

Casebank

Canada

Australia

Levett
Micreo LTD
Ben Machine Novatronics
Interfast
DY4
Aerostaff Cablex
TAE
Composites Atlantic
Dishon
Strite
Ferra
Amphenol
Metronor
Techni
BAE Australia
Avcorp
Hexagon
Centra
Nav-Aids
AIM Norway
ASCO Megellan-Bristol
Kongsberg
Quickstep
Marand
Heroux Devtek
GKN
Jotne EPM Technology
Honeywell
Woodward
A.W. Bell
Goodrich Services
Rosebank
UTAS (Burnsville)
GE Aviation
Denmark
MPC
NGC
LM MST
Rolls Royce
Chemring
BAE Systems Controls
Systematic Software Engineering
Amherst
UTAS (HS)
GE
General Dynamics
LM Owego
Trelleborg Sealing Solutions
Rockwell Collins
GPV
Rockwell
Essex
ITT Excelis
Terma
Moog,
United Kingdom
UTAS
Collins
LSI
BAE IEWS
Damco
GE Aviation
BAE SYSTEMS
VSI
Pratt & Whitney
Corena
Times Microwave
Honeywell
Goodrich
Danish Aerotech
ITT Excelis
LM Space Systems
L3 Comm
Rolls Royce
McCormick Selph
GE Aviation Systems
NG
Selex
LM Aero-Palmdale
GKN
LM ISS
Italy
NG ES
GKN
Selex Comms
Advanced Technologies
Martin Baker
NGAS
RDF Beaufort
S3 Log
Alenia

Marvin
Moog
Raytheon
Parker
Piaggio
Aerospace
NGIS
Rotodyne

Electtronica Aster

York

Mindready

Natech
Applica

Selex Galileo
Aerea
Moog - SBC
Oto Melara

Logic
Selex SI Vitrociset
Segundo Mona

Curtiss-Wright, Kidde
General Dynamics Marion

BAE
Raytheon
Eaton
Ball
Honeywell
LM M&FC
Boeing Honeywell
Honeywell/Cat
Harris
UTAS
LMMST
Alliance
ViaSat
RaytheonSanminaSCI
LM EIS
LM Aero-Ft Worth Systems
LM Pinellas
Fokker (TU)

Kale Aero
Aselsan

Havelsan

Turkey
TAI
Vestel

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ALP Aviation

Cobham

The Netherlands
Dutch Space

Aeronamic
DAP

PHM Consortium
Fokker - Elmo

Brookx
TNO NLR
Dutch Aero
Axxiflex
Eurocast
Thales Cryogenics
Fokker - Aerostructures
Thales Nederlands

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SLIDE
As of Feb
13 #: 9


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