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Economic Development

Council
30 September 2008
Major General Charles R. Davis, USAF
Program Executive Officer, F-35 Lightning II Program

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VISION
DELIVER AND SUSTAIN
THE MOST ADVANCED, AFFORDABLE STRIKE FIGHTER AIRCRAFT TO
PROTECT FUTURE GENERATIONS WORLDWIDE.

MISSION STATEMENT
BE THE MODEL ACQUISITION PROGRAM FOR JOINT SERVICE AND
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION.
DELIVER TO OUR WAR FIGHTERS AN AFFORDABLE AND EFFECTIVE
NEXT GENERATION STRIKE FIGHTER WEAPON SYSTEM AND SUSTAIN
IT WORLDWIDE.

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What Is F-35?

The next generation “family” of strike fighters


• F-16/F/A-18C “like” aero performance

• Stealth Signature and Countermeasures

• Advanced avionics, data links and


adverse weather precision targeting

• Increased range with internal fuel


and weapons

• Highly supportable, state of the art


prognostics and health management

Lethal Survivable Supportable Affordable

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JSF SDD Scope
P&W F135
Interoperability
CTOL GE/RR F136
CV STOVL

3 Services

8 International
Partners

Global Sustainment
2 Security Cooperation
Domestic / International
Participants
Suppliers

Team JSF

Autonomic 3 Flight Test Integrated


Logistics Facilities Training
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Leveraging Economies of Commonality
Total Ownership Cost Reduction
Production Airframe System Development and
70-90% Common Demonstration Common
or Cousin Parts Task/ Design
Key to
Cost Savings
Commonality
Common Core Key to SDD
Propulsion Affordability Costs
System

Avionics System CTOL STOVL CV Total JSF


~100% Common
Three Stand Alone Programs

Operations & Support


Joint ALGS Key to Reduced
Training Delivering
and O&S Savings Total
Support Ownership
Costs
PBL Contract
Integrated
R&M Design

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Requirements: Service Needs

• USAF: 1763 CTOL


– Multi-role (primary air-to-ground) fighter to replace the F-16 and A-10 and to
complement the F/A-22
• DoN: 680 CV/STOVL
– USN - Multi-role, stealthy strike fighter to complement the F/A-18E/F
– USMC - Multi-role, short takeoff, vertical landing strike fighter to replace the
AV-8B and F/A-18C/D
– DoN CV/STOVL mix TBD
• UK (RN and RAF): 138
– Supersonic STOVL replacement for the Sea Harrier and GR-7
• International (Italy, Netherlands, Australia, Norway, Denmark,
Canada, Turkey): 592 CTOL/STOVL
• Requirements Document
– JORD signed 13 March 00
• JROC Validated 11 April 00
• JROC Revalidated 18 October 01
– Annual JROC program review 13 Dec 04 and 16 Mar 06

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JSF Enables True Joint/Coalition
Operations
Domestic and UK International
Denmark
F-35
F-16 Norway
Joint F-16
Netherlands
USAF Strike
Italy
Fighter
A-10 Turkey
Australia
F/A-18
Canada
F/A-18 USN

Australia F-111
F/A-18
USMC
AMX
AV-8B

Sea Harrier Italy Harrier


RN/RAF
Harrier GR7

Tornado

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Global Production System
The Netherlands Norway Canada
Dutch Space
PHM Consortium Howmet Ben Marine
Aeronamic Kitron
Fokker - Elmo ASCO DY4 Mindready
DAP Applica
TNO NLR SP Aerospace FTG Dishon Cyclone
Sun Electric Techni Metronor Megellan-Bristol Honeywell Eng Sys
Brookx Hexagon
Dutch Aero Corena DRS Technologies
Axxiflex Kongsberg Herou Devtek
Flextronics
Eurocast Fokker - Aerostructures Avcorp
Thales Cryogenics Thales Nederlands DNV EPM Technology CMC Electronics
Magellan-Chicopee

Denmark United Kingdom


Systematic Software Engineering BAE SYSTEMS
Smiths
Terma Aerospace Goodrich
GPV
Maersk Logistics Microfiltrex Hamble Structures
IFAD
Corena
HiQ Wise GKN
Helmut
Danish Aerotech Integrated Sys.
Bruel & Kjaer Martin Baker
Beaufort

Samputensilli Italy Australia


Aermacchi
Cusinetti
Alenia Broens
Mecear Levett
York Datamat Micro LTD Aerostaff
Turkey Cablex
Galileo Marconi Sirio Panel
Piaggio Kalekalip Varley Metaltech Ferra Engr.
Aerea
Umbra Milsoft Ayesas Adecel Lovitt
Moog - SBC BAE Australia
UoP GKN Marand
Oto Meleraia Havelsan TAI Aselsan
Logic GPC
Marconi Selenia Hawker de Havilland
Magnaghi Mikes ALP Aviation Goodrich Services
Segundo Mona Production Parts
Vestel Gate Elektronik
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F-35 Lightning II Description
• Key Attributes: CTOL Length: 51.4 ft
– Stealth Wing Area: 460 ft2
– Integrated Avionics Weight (Empty): 29,036 lbs
– A/G Munitions Internal Fuel: 18,840 lbs
– LPI Intraflight DL Range: 626 nm
– Adv A/C Survability
• General Features
– Single seat
– Speed: 750 kts or 1.6M Length: 51.1 ft
– Ceiling: 50,000 ft+ STOVL Wing Area: 460 ft2
– Engine: PW F135; GE F136 Weight (Empty): 32,161lbs
• Sensors Internal Fuel: 14,003 lbs
– Fully integrated open architecture system Range: 499 nm
– A/G – A/A radar/SAR
– Electro Optical A/G Targeting system
– A/A IRST
– Electronic Support Measures (ESM) Length: 51.4 ft
– Short range EO spherical coverage CV Wing Area: 668 ft2
Weight (Empty): 32,072 lbs
Internal Fuel: 20,085 lbs
Range: 642 nm

LETHAL SURVIVABLE SUPPORTABLE


LETHAL SURVIVABLE SUPPORTABLE INTEROPERABLE
INTEROPERABLE
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JSF Family Of Aircraft
One Program -- Three Variants
Meeting Service and International Needs
Larger Wing and
Conventional Carrier Variant
Horizontal Tail Area
Take-Off and (CV)
Landing
(CTOL) Probe and Drogue
Refueling (Basket)

In-Flight Refueling
Door (Boom)
Strengthened
Internal Landing Gear
25mm 4-Barrel and Tailhook
Gattling Gun Centerline
Wingfold and Gun Pod
Ailerons Added with 25mm Gun
Short Take-Off and
Vertical Landing
(STOVL) 3-Bearing
Probe and Drogue Swivel Nozzle All variants
§ 450-600 nm Range
Refueling (Basket) § 1.6 Max Mach (Limit)
§ Stealthy
§ Same Weapons
Lift Fan § Similar Avionics
§ Similar Flight Envelope
§ Same Basic Engines
Roll Posts
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Fighter Aircraft Generations

5th Gen -- Integration of All-Aspect Stealth, Advanced Sensors and Weapons

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Advanced Stealth Must Be Designed-In

Internal Fuel Tanks Curved Diverterless Inlets, Reduced Signature


“Buried” Engine Axi-Symmetric Nozzle
Fixed Array Radar
Engine Inlets Composite Structure

Full Line-of-Sight Blockage


Aligned Edges
Radar Absorbing
Embedded Antennas Material (RAM)
Reduced Signature Nozzles
Internal Stores Carriage
Large Capacity
Internal Fuel Tanks
Low Observable
Seams, RAM Seals
Weapons Carried
Low-Emission Internally
Radar and Avionics Embedded
Aircraft Shaping Antennas
and Edge Alignment

Fundamental 5TH Design Features Can Not Be Retrofitted

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Advanced Stealth Provides Survivability,
Lethality and Mission Success
Survivable Theater Access . . . . . . With Increased Lethality
Advanced 4th Gen Air-to-Ground
5TH Gen
Air-to-Air

Legacy

Advanced 4th Gen TACAIR


5TH Gen TACAIR
Engaged / Shot by
Reduced Force
Ground Defenses
Requirements
Surprise Lost
Surprise Maintained
Mission Effectiveness 5TH Gen
Access Assured
Degraded / Lost
Survivable
Access Denied
Lethal
Stealth Shrinks Air-to-Air Detection Capability
Lethal SAM Shots

Reduced O&S Cost

Baseline 15% • F-35 A-A Loss Exchange Ratio


95%
Reduction
Reduction (LER) Is 4x Over Advanced 4th
1st to 3rd Some 4th 5TH Generation Generation Fighters
Generation Generation Fighters – All
Fighters – Fighters – LO Aspect Stealth • First Look, First Shot, First Kill
Conventional Enhancements

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F-22 and F-35 - The World’s Only 5th Gen Fighters
5th Generation Fighters Uniquely Integrate

Added Capabilities Added Capabilities


Unique to the F-22 Unique to the F-35
· Stealth
· Fighter
· Sustained Supersonic Ops
Performance
· Targeting Flexibility
· High Altitude Cruise · Internal · Persistence/Range
· Extreme Agility Payload · Basing Options
Combat Configuration

Military Power
· Information Subsonic Mission Radius – Service Profiles

Fusion and F-35A


60
Situational
F-16C
50 Awareness
40 F-35B
Alt (K ft)

· Sustainable
F-22
30 AV-8B
· Deployable
F-15 20
F-35C
10 · Net-Enabled
Operations F/A-18C
SL
Mach .4 .8 1.2 1.6 2.0 n.mi 200 400 600 800
USAF
Combat Configuration– Legacy Has External Fuel Tanks

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Non-Technical Data

CTOL & CV Weapons Carriage Requirements


CTOL Internal Gun

Store Fully Certified During SDD

EXTERNAL WEAPONS EXTERNAL WEAPONS


INTERNAL

GBU-32 JDAM 1,000-lb GBU-10 Paveway II 2,000-lb LGB (MK-84 Warhead)


426 -Gallon Wing Tank
(MK-83/BLU-110 Warhead)

GBU-12 Paveway II 500-lb LGB GBU-24A/B Paveway III 2,000-lb LGB (MK-84 / BLU-109 Warhead)
Stormshadow (MK-82 Warhead)
GBU-38 JDAM 500-lb
(MK-82 Warhead)
GBU-16 Paveway II 1,000-lb LGB (MK-83 Warhead)
GBU-31 JDAM 2,000-lb
AGM-158 JASSM (MK-84 Warhead)
MK-83 BLU-110 LDGP 1,000-lb LDGP
MXU-648/CNU-88 Baggage Pod
AGM-154A/C JSOW Glide Bomb
MK-83 BSU-85 HDGP
AGM-154A/C JSOW Glide Bomb
CBU-103/105 WCMD GBU-38 JDAM 500-lb
(MK-82 Warhead) MK-84 2,000-lb LD/HDGP
AIM-120B/C AMRAAM

Brimstone/Joint
GBU-31 JDAM 2,000-lb Common Missile GBU-31 JDAM 2,000-lb MK-84 BSU-50 Ballute 2,000-lb HDGP
(MK-84 Warhead) (BLU-109 Warhead)
AIM-9X Sidewinder
GBU-32 JDAM 1,000-lb AIM-120C AMRAAM AIM-132 ASRAAM GBU-12 Paveway II 500-lb LGB
(MK-83/BLU-110 Warhead) BDU-57/58/60 (MK-82 Warhead)
Laser-Guided Training Round
Weapons Currently Under Development
GBU-31 JDAM 2,000-lb MK-82 500-lb LD & HD
(BLU-109 Warhead)
CBU-99/100 Rockeye II
UK 500# PGB Phase I SDB Cluster Munition CBU-103/105 WCMD
Missionized Gun
Brimstone/Joint
Common Missile MK-76/MK-58/BDU-48 AIM-132 ASRAAM
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Meeting Key Performance Parameters
240-4.7 CTOL 240-4.4; STOVL 240-4.3; CV 240-4.5
Combat Radius Mission Reliability
CTOL CTOL
CV CV
STOVL STOVL USMC
STOVL UK
CV Recovery CTOL 240-4.4; STOVL 240-4.3; CV 240-4.5
Sortie Generation Rate
Vpamin
CTOL
240-4.7 CV
STOVL Performance
STO Distance STOVL USMC
Flat Deck STOVL UK
(HHH Fuel)
Ski Jump 240-4.4; 240-4.5
(HMMH Fuel) Logistics Footprint—C-17 Loads
VLBB CTOL
STOVL USMC
240-4 240-4.4; 240-4.3; 240-4.5
Interoperability Logistics Footprint—Volume
Net Ready Criteria CV
240-4.7
RF Signature STOVL USMC
STOVL UK
• CTOL 240-4.4; STOVL 240-4.3; Threshold Requirement
CV 240-4.5 unless noted CE Performance Logistics Footprint—Weight
• Contract Engine Deck Exceeds ORD Objective
• Projected IOC Weight Empty Meets Rqmt/Exceeds Tripwire CV
based on WSR 209 CE Meets Rqmt/In Tripwire Band
• Data as of 2-26-08 STOVL USMC
Does Not Meet Requirement

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. STOVL


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F-35 Capability Evolution
2014
Full Warfighting Capability
2012
Initial Warfighting Capability
2010
Basic Training

Link to Rating Scale


USMC USAF IOC
IOC
2008 2010 2012 2014
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JSF Top-Level SDD Program Schedule

FY 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

CY 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Qtr 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3

AS CDR 1 IOC USMC


AS
Air System PDR
AS CDR 2 IOC USAF
Program Events
AS CDR 3 IOC USN

CTOL FF Blk 1 DT&E


Blk 2
Blk 2 DT&E OT&E
First Flights STOVL FF Blk 3 DT&E
Blk 3
IOT&E
&
CTOL (Opt) DT Complete
Test Completion
CV FF OT Complete

DAB Program
Reviews (DPRs)
LRIP 1 Long Lead Full Funding

LRIP 2 LL FF
LRIP 3 LL FF

LRIP 4 LL FF
LRIP 5 LL FF

Production LRIP 6 LL FF
LRIP 7 LL FF
LRIP 8 LL FF
Multiyear Procurement (MYP)
Contract 1 LL / EOQ MYP

As of 17 Sept 08
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JSF Acquisition Timeline
1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2065
USMC
ASTOVL USAF
USN
IOC Dates
MRF
JSF
ATA JAST
CDP
NATF
AX JSF SDD Derivatives and Enhancements
System Development and Demonstration

10/01
F-35 PRECURSOR PROGRAMS: Award LRIP 1-7 Low Rate Initial Production
2027 2033
Advanced Short Takeoff Vertical Landing
Multi-Role Fighter
Advanced Tactical Aircraft
Full Rate Production
Naval Advanced Tactical Fighter
Advanced Attack
Joint Advanced Strike Technology Sustainment
Concept Definition Phase

F-35 Passing Through The Eye Of The Needle


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BF-1 Flight Test Results to Date


Accomplishments
• Envelope expansion
– 30,000 feet, .6 Mach, 17 degrees AoA
• Systems integration/risk reduction items
discovered:
– Electric system maturation
– Landing gear loads above 200 kts
– Fuel system performance/anomalies
– Cabin pressure software anomaly
– IPP bleed and burn exhaust temperatures
– Nacelle vent fan anomaly
• Capabilities proven
Objectives – Engine and afterburner transients in flight
• STOVL envelope expansion – Landing gear extension/retraction below 200 kts
• First of variant systems integration – STOVL door system proven in flight
• Initial LHD ship operations – Cabin pressure ops
– Touch and go landings
Status – Formation flying UA and PA
• 16 Flts to date; – Max AB take off
• Completing airworthiness below 30k ft • Reliability and maintainability
– 6 Code One aircraft out of 11 flts
• Commencing STOVL door opening – One “two sorties on same day” 18 July
and aerial refueling flying qualities • Turned aircraft in 90 minutes
testing
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AA-1 Flight Test Results to Date


Accomplishments
• 38,000 feet, .97 Mach, 22 degrees AoA
• Risk reduction items discovered:
– Electrical System
– Flight Controls
– Environmental Systems
– Escape System
• Capabilities proven
– Air refueling door open handling
qualities
– Engine and afterburner transients
Objectives – Landing gear extension/retraction
• Risk reduction/confirmation – Speedbrake design
• Basic envelope expansion – Power / Thermal Management System
• Systems integration / reliability – Fire Protection System
• Reliability and maintainability
Status
– 37 Code I aircraft out of 46 flts
• 52 flts to date
– Ten times flew back-to-back days
• EAFB deployment week of 29 Sep 08
– Three “two sorties on same day”
• Turned aircraft in 60 minutes last
time
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SDD Tasks to Complete

Test

Labs CATB F-35


40,000 Hours 2124 Hours 8949 Hours
524 Flights 4986 Flights

Verify

460 JCS Contract Specification Requirements


1554 Verification Objectives (VO)
3116 Success Criteria (SC)
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2008/2009 Milestones
Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
AF-1 BF-2 1st BF-4 1st BF-3 1st
Flight AF-2 1st CF-1 1st CF-2 1st
Power On Flight Flight Flight Flight Flight

AA-1
Launch AF-1 AJ-1 AF-1 1st CJ-1
BF-2 to EAFB Rollout AF-2 CF-3 1st
Rollout Rollout Delivered Flight Delivered
to Test to Test Flight

BF-3 ALIS AG-1


1.0.2 Delivered AF-3 AF-3 1st
Rollout CF-1 Flight
Delivery to Test Rollout
Rollout AF-4
BF-5 Rollout
Rollout
Maintenance BF-5 1st
BF-4 Training CG-1 Flight
Rollout CDR Delivered CF-2
to Test Rollout BH-1
Delivered
to Test

CATB 1st
Integrated CF-3
Flt Rollout

As of 9 Sept 08
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DRAFT Update

F-35 Production Profile

BLK 0.5 BLK 1 BLK 2 BLK 3


LRIP 1LRIP 2LRIP 3LRIP 4LRIP 5LRIP 6LRIP 7LRIP 8 MY 1 MY 2 MY 3 MY 4
Buy Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 2034
Deliv ery Year 2010 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 2034 2035 2036 TOTAL
USAF - CTOL 2 6 8 12 24 42 48 60 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 41 1763
DoN - CV 4 6 15 17 20 19
50 50 50 50 50 50 50 38 25 25 9 680
DoN - STOVL 6 8 14 13 25 25 30 31
UK - STOVL 2 1 0 6 1 8 11 12 13 12 12 7 2 1 1 12 13 13 11 138
IT - S TOV L 4 3 3 3 3 14 14 12 1 57
IT - CTOL 2 3 11 11 11 11 12 12 1 74
AS - CTOL 4 8 15 15 15 15 15 13 100
CA - CTOL 16 16 16 16 16 80
DK - CTOL 8 8 8 8 8 8 48
NL - CTOL 1 1 6 10 10 12 12 12 12 9 85
NO - CTOL 8 12 12 12 4 48
TR - CTOL 10 10 10 12 12 10 10 10 10 6 100
TOTAL 2 12 19 32 47 118 132 199 230 231 230 219 181 159 150 143 120 117 118 102 91 80 80 80 80 80 80 41 3173

• Reflects PB09 QTY Profile with Adjusted Navy/Marine Breakout


FY 14/15 - As of 18 Sept 08

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USAF Force Structure
PMAI

1600
F-15 A/B
1400 F-117
F-22 F-X
1200

1000 F-35
F-16 ROLLUP
800

600

400 F-15 E
F-15 C/D
200
A/OA-10
0
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

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F-35 Global Coalition Basing
Operational Locations: 52 Bases, 9 Ships, 156 Squadrons
Aircraft

USAF 1763
DoN 680
BAE Partners 682
Total 3125

NGC
LM

Prime Contractors
OEMs
FET
Pratt & Whitney
BAE
Northrop Grumman
Lockheed Martin
Depots / FRCs
F-16 Locations
F/A-18 Locations
AV-8B Locations

F-35 Requires Global Supply Chain Solution


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Eglin F-35 Beddown Timeline
CY2006 CY2007 CY2008 CY2009 CY2010 CY2011
EIS 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q

EIS ROD RFT


MILCON Design 15%, 35%, 65%, 95% …. Build OPS/AMUs, ATC etc. Outfit

# 1318, #1309 Sim/Supply/ Ready for Training


Add/Alter – O&M Plan & Design
#1344, #1404 Hangars Mar 2011 (Fly & Mx)

1st CTOL Arrival – Mar 2010


1st STOVL Arrival – Oct 2010
1st CV Arrival – Jan 2012

ACC 33 FW
30 Sep 09
Standup AETC 33 FW
1 Oct 09

Personnel
JSF Prg Ofc Site Activation Initial Cadre & Commanders
AETC Program Integration Office
USN & USMC Fleet Integration Team Instructors

OT&E, Ops 1 Students

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Eglin Operations Scope and Context

2016 2006

Aircraft 159 (113 JSF) 108 (54 F-15s)

Student output (2016)


186 / FY
• Pilots
1,950 / FY
• Mx
Total Air Traffic Control Ops
415,200 206,900
(at all three airfields)

33 FW ATC Ops / yr at
121,300 29,206
Eglin Main only

33 FW Sorties / day (year) 123 (30,000) 40 (8,300)

1st F-35 – Mar 10 Last F-15C


33 FW Timing
113th – Jun 15 Departs Sep 09

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2010 Significant Events

• Delivered 14 Aircraft To ITC 4000

3500 Cumulative Training


• Facilities construction nearing 3000

2500

completion 2000

1500 38 Pilots
• US EW Reprogramming Facility up and 1000

500 326 Maintainers


running—serves all three services 0
2008 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

120000

100000
Flight Hours (Cum)
80000

60000

40000

20000
2,611 Flt Test Hrs
505 LRIP Hrs
0
2008 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

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Eglin Reprogramming Center
JSF Reprogramming Facility
Reports
Tracks
Integrated Core Processing
Images OwnShip Sensors – Onboard Fusion
Image
Multi- Georegistration Processing BDI/BDA
Spectral Sensor Sensor
Stimulator Subsystem Trackers
Image
Radar Radar ATC/ATR Geolocation
Prep
EW EW
Fusion
CNI

Intel Orgs
CNI Server
EOTS EOTS
Correlation Assignment Update
DAS DAS
Tier 1
(onboard) System Tr ack File

VS
Simulated

Validation &
Models

CATB
Threat
Environment FIRE
CM CONTROL EXT. DATA PHM MISSION PVI

F-35 Controller COMM. COLLECTION


& STORES

Mission Data Link to


Government
Facilities
AFEWES
CM Response
CM
Dispenser
SMS
HMD Verification
Suppliers Files
CM Stimulator
Payload
Simulator
Weapon
Simulators
LMT-D-2 0-14

(e.g., Threat
Threat Data Production Data)
Intel
Intel Support Support Theater
Requirements Data
Sensor/Alg Sets
Engineering Theater
Data
Operations Reports Sets
F-35
LM Team Development
Air
System Mission
E- 1 – Threa t
Products Mission Planning
(Data & Data Files
Capabilities) Mission
JCS Appendix E-1
*(~80 threats today)
Debrief Sensor
Recordings
F-35 Operations
*(7 theatres; > 5,000 threats
F-35 Development Post-SDD)

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2012 Events

• Flight Testing at Three Sites 4000

3500 Cumulative Training


• Training Export Certification 3000

2500

and Accreditation approved 2000 159 Pilots


1500

• Achieved ITC Full Capacity 1000

500 1,590 Maintainers


• Partner Reprogramming Lab 0
2008 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Underway
– All US and International 120000

Reprogramming activities 100000


Flight Hours (Cum)

will be at Eglin 80000

60000
16,930 LRIP Hrs
40000

6,980 Flt Test Hrs


20000

0
2008 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

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2014 Events

• Trained 375 Pilots and 3421 4000

Cumulative Training
Maintainers 3500

3000

• Delivered 236 Production


2500

2000
375 Pilots

Aircraft 1500

1000

500 3,421 Maintainers


• Completed DT&E Verification 0
2008 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

• Accomplished NDP
Compliance Certification and 120000

Accreditation 100000
Flight Hours (Cum)
80000

60000
95,939 LRIP Hrs
40000

20000

0
2008 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

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Eglin Eglin
F-35 Deliveries
Aircraft Beddown (All (Latest
Variants) Plan)
120
113

100 USN 15

80
Oct 2014: CTOL CV
# Aircraft

squadrons reach CTOL


60 capacity
USAF 78 STOVL
Jun 2014:
STOVL squadron
40 reaches capacity

20
USMC 20

0
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Fiscal Year
Training Squadrons & Ramp Space reach capacity in June 2015
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Pilot Throughput
(Academic Training Facility)
Numbers are based on 2008 bed down
Fiscal Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
USAF 4 6 15 29 46 71 89 99
USMC 2 16 19 29 46 49 56 69
USN 8 11 18 21 28 31
UK 3 2 0 9 10 10 16
NETHERLANDS 2 3 2 7 9 9 9
ITALY 1 2 2 3 5 9 10
AUSTRALIA 3 12 9 6 Train in Australia
TURKEY 4 5 5 Train in Turkey

NORWAY 4 10
CANADA 6 10
DENMARK 8 10
TOTAL 6 28 49 77 145 179 230 264

Pilot training capacity reaches max capability of 186 in late 2015


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Maintainer Annual Throughput
(Academic Training Facility)

Fiscal Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
USAF
71 65 116 216 341 486 630 823
(CC, Av, Wpn)
USMC 55 164 187 208 371 394 535 604
USN 53 81 237 321 409 456
UK 26 21 13 85 Train in UK

NETHERLANDS 12 12 0 77 Train in Netherlands

ITALY 71 72 168 214


AUSTRALIA 48 98 Train in Australia

TURKEY 45 Train in Turkey

NORWAY TBD
CANADA TBD
DENMARK 192 192
TOTAL 126 267 389 566 1325 1273 1934 2298

Academic Facility can support maintenance training until fall 2016


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Eglin AFB Population FY07-FY16
40000 * 132 Internationals Arrive FY10-FY16
Totals (Net Growth =7767) 36113
35000 34891
33447

30000 28292
25211
25000
Family
Family Members
Members
20000

15000
Active
Active Duty
Duty Military
Military
10000
DoD
DoD Civilians
Civilians
5000
CME
CME Contractors
Contractors
0
FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16
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AIMPOINT 2014: Global Ops
CY 2008 2010 2012 2014
Aircraft (SDD+LRIP) 2 24 77 242
Flight Hours (SDD+LRIP) 190 3,100 23,300 91,300
Aircraft Shore Sites 2 4 6 12
Site Activation Underway 13 20 25 17
Pilots Trained 8 (ITF) 8 94 340
Maintainers Trained 234 (ITF) 144 1,478 3,309
ITC/PTC 1 1 4?
Pilot Training Devices 2 15 26
Mx Training Devices 9 13
DSOR Decisions 5 9 27 43
Sub-System Capability 13 (of 48) 30 (of 48)
Field Support Eng 3 10 24 65
Service Bulletins 87 262 437
Global Spares Value (TY$M)230 1,055 2,380 4,673
PBAs/PPRs 2 6 8 12
OEM PBL Suppliers 5 12 19

PBL
TRANSITION
IBC
SITE TRAINING EXPANSION ALGS OPERATIONS
ACTIVATION EXECUTION

Sustainment ... Globally Supported And Delivered


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