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In Joint Strike Fighter-program (JSF), the F-35 is the most effective multirole fighter to ensure the sovereignty of the Norwegian homeland – particularly in the High North. Our 5th generation ...

In Joint Strike Fighter-program (JSF), the F-35 is the most effective multirole fighter to ensure the sovereignty of the Norwegian homeland – particularly in the High North. Our 5th generation technology allows the Future Combat Aircraft to achieve all multirole requirements defined in the Request for Binding Information. It can be easily integrated into the existing F-16 force structure and will act as a force multiplier, increasing the operational utility of existing forces.
In New Product Development QFD is used for user evaluation and technical solution evaluation.



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    Applied QFD: F-35 Product Development Approach  2012 Applied QFD: F-35 Product Development Approach 2012 Document Transcript

    • Request for Binding Information Response to theROYAL NORWEGIAN MINISTRY OF DEFENCE Programme 7600 Future Combat Aircraft Executive Summary – Part One DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
    • F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Today – Security Tomorrow Right System for Efficient, Affordable OperationsF-35 Value Whether providing national sovereign defence, supporting regional operations, or participating in a NATO expeditionary role, the F-35 can perform a wideOnly Solution To Meet Emerging Threats in range of missions with greater efficiencies and a higher degree of survivabilitythe High North Region Tomorrow. . . . 2-3 than legacy fighters. Long-range persistence, unprecedented situational awareness, interoperability with allied forces, large inventory of internal and Mrs. Anne-Grete Strøm-ErichsenMeeting National and International external stores, and designed-in affordability and reliability keep the FCA Minister of DefenceCommitments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 viable and affordable well into the 21st century. Our use of a Performance- The Royal Norwegian Ministry of Defence Based Logistics (PBL) approach and other innovative sustainment systems P.O. Box 8126 Dep. N-0032Strengthening the Foundation for enables life-cycle cost approximately 20% less than legacy aircraft. OsloGlobal Security Today for Multinational Dear Mrs. Strøm-Erichsen:Cooperation Tomorrow . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Lockheed Martin is pleased to submit this response to the Norwegian Defence ProcurementQuantum Increase in Capability Compared Division. The revolutionary F-35 5th generation fighter integrates advanced all-aspect stealth intoto 4th Generation Fighter Systems: a supersonic, highly agile aircraft with advanced sensor and net-enabled fusion capability andAll Aspect Stealth, Radar, Integrated The Right Solution To Meet National and dramatically improved supportability and sustainability. The result is an affordable fighter with unprecedented surveillance, combat effectiveness, and survivability.Avionics, and Sensor Fusion forHighest Multimission Success . . . . . . . 8-9 International Commitments As the first fighter in history specifically designed to be a key node in a vast network of As a unique symbol of Norway’s national sovereignty and national interests, the communications capabilities, the F-35 gives decision-makers greater latitude and response timeAffordability Designed-in Today 5th generation F-35 plays a vital role in regional maritime operations enforcing to make critical decisions. Its tremendous processing power, powerful sensors, and true domestic and international law, contributing substantially to peaceful operations information fusion make the F-35 an indispensable tool for future homeland defence and joint/To Provide Real Life-Cycle Cost coalition operations scenarios. within the Norwegian Economic Zone. It provides the capability of delivering aSavings Tomorrow. . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 measured response ranging from carrying out full combat operations to surveillance (and fallout intelligence collection capabilities). Through its high degree of The F-35 is the most effective multirole fighter to ensure the sovereignty of the NorwegianIndustrial Participation Opportunities To homeland – particularly in the High North. Our 5th generation technology allows the Future interoperability with legacy and future systems, the F-35 easily participates withSecure Norway’s Defence Industrial others in the security of neighboring nations and governments. The continued Combat Aircraft to achieve all multirole requirements defined in the Request for Binding Information. It can be easily integrated into the existing F-16 force structure and will act as aBase Tomorrow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 RNoAF participation in the multinational JSF program further extends and stabilizes force multiplier, increasing the operational utility of existing forces. strategic cooperation with allies operating common technologies.Multinational Common Solution . . . Affordability throughout its service life remains the bedrock of the F-35 program. Rapid day-to-Adaptable To Meet Norway’s Unique day maintenance response times are provided through a modern global supply-chain managementRequirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 infrastructure. The result: streamlined sustainment with substantial cost savings and greatly improved system availability and flexibility. Anticipated production of more than 3,173 aircraftLow Risk,5th Generation Transformational across all three variants offers greater opportunity to expand global partnerships industrially, politically, and militarily. To date, the JSF Team has identified approximately $4.8 billion inFCA for Norway. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 F-35 LIGHTNING II TEAM Industrial Participation opportunities that will directly benefit Norway’s defence industry and LOCKHEED MARTIN • NORTHROP GRUMMAN • BAE SYSTEMS • PRATT & WHITNEY • GE ROLLS-ROYCE FIGHTER ENGINE TEAM provide spinoff opportunities to benefit other industrial activities. The Right Industrial Plan We firmly believe our F-35 RBI response demonstrates the revolutionary capability of our newest 5th generation fighter and its transformational support system. I personally commit the resources This $4.8B world-class industrial plan significantly exceeds the value of and executive focus of the entire Lockheed Martin team to ensure success. traditional offset without the use of multipliers. The plan involves most of the world’s top aerospace companies, spans the complete life cycle of the aircraft, Sincerely, and includes the production and sustainment of 3,173 aircraft. It includes 45 opportunities that enhance the competitiveness of Norwegian industry, contribute to the knowledge and technology base, and creates the potential for spinoffs to other sectors – upgrading key industrial skills and contributing Ralph D. Heath to domestic growth for decades to come. Our plan is about industrial Executive Vice President, Lockheed Martin Corporation relationships that work, are meaningful, produce results, build companies, President, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company and draw industries and nations together to produce, maintain, and sustain a transformational aircraft fleet well into the 21st century. Survivable – Supportable – Inte roperable – Affordable – Combat Efficient – Multirole 1
    • Meets National Defence Requirements Only Solution With Persistence, Sensors, and Communications Necessary To Develop, Maintain, and Share a Unrivaled System 5th Generation Block Improvements Common Operational Picture Over the Critical High North Region Efficiency Fighters Advanced Sustainment Net-Enabled Ops Integrated Sensor Fusion EOTS and Radar Situational Awareness Only Aircraft With Superior Range, Fighter Performance Surveillance Features Coverage • Configurable Panoramic Cockpit Persistence, Sensors, and Advanced Capability 4th Generation Fighter All Aspect Stealth • AN/APG-81 AESA Radar With SAR and GMTI Modes Display (PCD) Cannot Bridge the Gap • EOTS Integrated Tracking FLIR With Laser Designation • Advanced HMD With Cueing and Communications To Guarantee • Ability To Deliver Legacy or Advanced PGMs State-of-the-Art Tracking Surveillance and Defence of the 4th Generation Block Improvements • Fully Capable Day/Night and All-Weather Operations • Digital Battlefield Sensor Fusion Awareness Capability High North Areas Fighters LO Treatments • Advanced Cooperative Tactics • Full Information Fusion and EW Countermeasures • Mission Flexibility To Adjust Track and/or Re-Assign Near Real-Time Operations Picture Target for Quick Reaction Against Time Critical Targets (TCTs) Notional Area Searched Extensive Unrefueled Loitering Time Multimode Sensors Precision Weapons by Radar and EOTS High Agility Time Transformational Capability Full Day/Night/All- • Maritime Surveillance Electronic Weather Intercept • Protection of Natural Resources Quantum Leap in Capability Over Previous Fighters Surveillance Coverage • AN/APG-81 AESA Radar Link-16 Coverage • EOTS • Air Interdiction The synergy that results from combining all-aspect very low observability, • HMD Cueing • Net-Enabled for Participation speed, maneuverability, persistence and range, sensor fusion, improved • Long-Range Intercept With Surveillance Mission in Expeditionary Missions sustainability, and lean deployment in a single fighter represents a quantum Weapons Load Advanced Weapons leap in capability, survivability, and maintainability over all previous fighters. • AIM-120 (2) • GBU-12 (2) First and Only Coalition Fighter Designed The F-35 will deliver game-changing capability for the RNoAF. Technologies • Internal Gun • Countermeasures inherent in this 5th generation fighter restore the asymmetric advantage. for Net-Centric Warfare • EOTS Transformational Operational Capability for the 21st Century The resulting radius is 728 n.mi Leverages Unrivaled Situational (or total distance of 1,456 n.mi) The range of altitudes during the cruise Awareness From True Multisensor Fusion The key feature of 5th generation fighters is Very Low Observable (VLO) stealth. is 5,000 ft to 25,000 ft and Net-Enabled Capability VLO stealth requires internal weapons and sensor carriage. Unlike legacy fighters, weapons may be carried internally to greatly reduce observability and drag for Designed-In Environmental Soundness increased range and persistence, leading to longer loiter time without detection – ideal for surveillance in the High North area. The F-35 has a radius of 673 Valuable Instrument of Norway’s Foreign and Domestic Policy Basing and Mission Flexibility, nautical miles on internal fuel alone and 728 nautical miles using external tanks. As a symbol of Norway’s national sovereignty and national F-35 contributes substantially to peaceful ops within the Growth Potential, Performance, and When stealth is not required or in low-threat situations, additional weapons and interest, the F-35 is uniquely capable of performing a vital Northern Economic Zone (NEZ), and provides numerous fuel of up to 18,000 pounds can be carried on 11 external hardpoints for even role in Norway’s maritime operations. Additionally, the options for Norwegian participation in coalition operations. Mission Effectiveness Not Available greater range and combat efficiencies. in Legacy Fighters Integrates Advanced Sensors, LPI Environmental Considerations F-35 F-35 Lockheed Martin is committed to producing the most environmentally sound Communication Systems, Sensor Fusion, Need C4ISR Capability C4ISR for Stealth F-35 system possible while meeting stringent performance requirements. and Advanced Propulsion on an Need The table below is but one testament to our results to date. 4th All-Aspect VLO Platform To Deliver Gen Green Production, 4th 21st Century Capabilities Green Operations, Green Support Gen Hydrazine None Class I/II ODC None Halon None VOC Emissions VOC-Exempt Solvents Lead and Lead Compounds Solder Only Support Equipment Emissions 25–50% Lower Than F-16 Coordinate Coordinate Fly Across Immobilize Cause “Shot “Shot Cause Observe Observe Other Observe Observe Other Fly Across Immobilize Significant Destroy Engine Air Emissions 50% Less CO, 82% Less VOC Than F-16 Undetected Detected Facts By Engines Significant Destroy Undetected Detected Facts By Bow” Engines Damage Bow” Damage Beryllium Only in Highly Loaded Busing To Detect To Detect Production Numerous Awards Range of Real-Time Responses Range of Real-Time Responses Chromium Primer None The Only Solution To M eet Emerging Threats in High North Region Tomorrow2 3
    • Meeting Both National and International Commitments National Commitments and Homeland Defence Data Sharing Among Operational Flexibility and Interoperability Unprecedented • Surveillance and Control of Norway’s Airspace F-35s Increases Flexibility The F-35 also has extensive interoperability with legacy Interoperability To • Support of Norway’s Maritime Operations Once targets are detected, located, and identified, and systems, weapons, and other defence networks within NATO, international coalitions, and other participant Meet Norwegian • Protect Natural Resources assignments are made within flights, the onboard Electro-Optical Targeting System (EOTS) and Active countries. The F-35 can communicate with 108 OPFACS. This provides the Norwegian national leadership and Requirements and • Regional Influence, Power Projection • Homeland Defence Barents Sea Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar continue to update and refine threat information. This data is shared combat commanders operational freedom and flexibility not possible with earlier generation aircraft and traditional Alliance Obligations among F-35s by an intraflight data link (IFDL) and fused by each aircraft computer together with data from Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) assets. off-board sources. The resulting data fusion (i.e., a near Whether providing national sovereign defence of the homeland, Net-Enabled for Interoperability With complete picture of area of interest) is displayed to each protecting valuable natural resources, supporting regional operations, Legacy Assets and Alliances Link-16 pilot via the large Multifunction Display (MFD). This same or a NATO expeditionary role, the F-35 performs a wide range of information can be shared with other Norwegian agencies Link-16 missions with greater combat effectiveness and efficiency, and with a Integrated Into Global Supply Chain and allies who have the same Common Operational Picture IFDL VHF Bodø (COP) needs. higher degree of survivability than legacy fighters. Integrated Common Operational Picture (COP) Among Army, Air Force, and Coast Guard International Commitments GPS Satellite Capability To Share Precise Targeting Link-16 and Alliances and Threat Information With Network • Support NATO Northern European Command Coast Guard SATCOM (Growth Capability) Participants Real Time Station • Maintain Ability To Support NATO and UN Peacekeeping Operations Throughout Common Basing and Training Provides the World Greater Flexibility and Reduces Cost Norwegian Sea Army Tactical Data Command Center Strengthens Key Military Alliances Links (Link-16) • NATO IFDL • Nordic Balance Agreement Between Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland Employing Weapons Operational and Strategic • European Union Over Long Distances Effectively Effectiveness Through Precision Coalition Air Ops Link-16 • UN Peacekeeping (EU) Operations Weapon Employment and CTOL Profile: (2) JSM (2) AIM-120 Tactical Point Exceptional Combat Radius Expands Global Partnerships Opt M/Alt Cruise Ingress/Egress • 30K f/0.9M Deploy JSM • Political • Military Egress at 25K ft • Industrial Combat at 20K ft Operational Freedom and Flexibility for Norwegian National Leadership 390 n.mi 150 n.mi Combat Radio Net (VMF) Mission Radius – n.mi Better Internal Fuel = 18,448 lb 610 Factory JSM Employment 760 Stren gthening Homeland Security and Cooperative Support4 5
    • Transformational Capability Viable and Relevant Unmatched 5th Generation Technology . . . Designed and Integrated Into the Most Unrivaled Multirole for 21st Century . . . To Match 21st Century Threats Technologically Advanced Multirole Fighter Fighter Effectiveness Not a Compromise Advanced Avionics and Information Fusion Provide Unmatched Mission Effectiveness Meeting JSF Key Performance Parameter Solution Limited Combat Radius Day/Night Capable Active Electronically Scanned Radar – Advanced by 20th Century All-Weather Situational Awareness 590 n.mi 610 n.mi Good EOTS Technology Radar CTOL (Config 5) EO DAS Dominant Missions Builds Upon Positive Experience Air Defence System Air-to-Air With EPAF Countries on the Lockheed Martin F-16 Program Sea Surface Search and Electro-Optical Targeting System (EOTS) – Long- Survivability Ship Target Track Range Day/Night Detection and Precision Locator Better Better 40 Years of Advanced Technology Relative Relative Loss Survivability Exchange Rate Available to Norway Now • Persistent 5th Generation Stealth VLO Ensures 4 4 • Survivable Unobserved Surveillance in Highly • Interoperable 1 1 Defended Areas 4th Generation F-35 4th Generation F-35 • Affordable • Responsive • Adaptable F-35 Dominant Targets Sensors: EO DAS EOTS Radar Radar • Lethal Ground SAR SEAD/DEAD • Sustainable Moving Target Identification and Ground Moving Better More Than a Platform – a Global Target Track Relative Security Cooperation Program That Capability >6 Target All Provides Flexibility for the Future Class: Classes Moving Relocatable Emitting • Airmen Increasing Range • Training 1 • Aircraft 4th Generation F-35 • Airmen Relationships Improved Combat Efficiency Advanced Electronic Warfare System (EWS) • Weapons The F-35 uses its VLO, long-range and loitering capability, advanced sensors, F-35 Dominant Targets • Doctrine, Tactics, C 4ISR interoperable Low Probability of Intercept (LPI) communications suite, and and Electro-Optical Distributed Aperture Fixed Targets Mobile Targets advanced Electronic Support Measures (ESM) to survey and identify potential System (EO/DAS) – 360-Degree Multispectral 9 Expands Global Partnerships • Political threats well before they are aware of its presence. The F-35 can see more areas Situational Awareness Better 8 Better and achieve deeper track depth than most of today’s traditional Intelligence, Relative Relative • Military Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) assets. This capability sharply Kills Kills • Industrial contrasts the limitations of legacy fighters that are easily detected long before reaching the optimum surveillance point or have limited range to perform the mission effectively. 1 1 4th Generation F-35 4th Generation F-35 Stren gthening Foundation for Global Security Cooperation6 7
    • Quantum Increase in Capability Compared to Last Century’s Fighter Systems Edge on Detection 5th Generation Stealth Key to Reduced Thermal Composite Emissions – Structure Multirole Combat Reducing Design Effectiveness Curved Diverterless Inlets, “Buried” Engine Features and Treatments Operates in Threat Environment Not Survivable by Legacy Fighters Very Low Radar Cross Section When Radar Absorbing Radar Return Is Deflected Away Fully Configured for Combat Material (RAM) From the Aircraft Due To Its Shape Can Surveil More Area Longer and and Aligned Edges See Deeper Track Depth Than Many Energy Absorption Low Observable Traditional ISR Assets Seams, RAM Seals Large Capacity Total Situational Awareness Internal Fuel Tanks Higher Effectiveness and Probability of Mission Success Embedded Antennas Highly Supportable – 86% Component Removal Accomplished Without Restoration JSM Carried Internally Total Force Enabler – Interoperable, Radar Energy Is Absorbed and Lethal, Supportable, Affordable, Combat-Configured Aircraft Dissipated by Special Coatings and Flexible . . . Efficient Aircraft Shaping and Applied Over the Aircraft Skin Designed for the 21st Century Edge Alignment IR Reduction • All-Aspect VLO • Fighter Performance • Integrated Sensor Fusion Low-Emission • Net-Enabled Ops Radar and Avionics Typical • Advanced Sustainment F-35 4th Generation Aircraft • Block Improvements Catalyst for Technological Advancements and Industrial Spinoffs Overwhelming Multirole Efficiency and Survivability Legacy Aircraft Cannot Be Effectively Retrofitted All-aspect VLO design concept integrates radar, infrared, and visual signature With 5th Generation Capabilities reduction into a low observable, high-performance design. The F-35 provides Advanced stealth is designed-in from the beginning and includes features such as F-35 Engine Nozzles Employ the RNoAF the most effective counter to a broad range of threat systems internal weapons, internal sensors, engine intake design, and outer mold line features. and tremendously increases RNoAF combat options in mission planning. Low Observable (LO) treatments added after a fighter is designed will never provide Specially Designed Shaping, Ceramic All-aspect VLO provides for longer undetected surveillance missions. the level of survivability designed into 5th generation aircraft, leaving pilots and Shielding, and Other Coatings To sovereign nations vulnerable. Effectively Reduce IR Emissions They Can’t Respond to What Can’t Be Seen8 9
    • Affordability Designed-in From the Start Transformational Design Objectives F-35 Sustainability Approach Operational Benefits – Supportable, Affordable Autonomic Logistics System Supply Chain Management Autonomic Logistics Reliability and Availability Meets Key Performance Parameters Exceeds All JSF Key Performance In-Depth Air Vehicle • Single Worldwide Supply Chain Information System (ALIS) •  eliability 2x Over Advanced R Mission Reliability 4th Generation Aircraft Parameters Prognostics and • Single Common Global Spares Pool • Integrated Information for Support Systems, Training Services, •  nscheduled Maintenance U 93% 97.1% Good Designed-in Supportability Reduces Health Monitoring and Mission Support Services Man-Hours per Flight Hour (MMH/FH) 5x Less Manpower and Cost Sortie Generation Rate • 62% Less Manpower for 3 3.64 Good RNoAF-Deployed Scenario • 10–20% Increase in Aircraft Availability Logistics Footprint – C-17 Loads • No Scheduled Depot Level Maintenance • 2x Reliability Lean Support 6.22 Good Infrastructure 8 Optimized Spares and Support Equipment Reduce Life-Cycle Cost (LCC) Designed From the Ground Up for Maintainability . . . • 50% Fewer Spares Operational Maintainability • 60% Less Support Equipment Unscheduled Maintenance Man-Hours per Flight Hour (MMH/FH) 14 Enhanced Mobility • 73% Less Logistics Footprint (Volume) Affordable VLO 12 12.2 Good 10 • 43% Fewer Pallets for Supportability 30-Day Deployment 8 • 47% Less Logistics Footprint (Weight) 6 Better Pilot and Maintainer Training 4 5.9 at Lower Cost 2 4.5 • 30% Reduction in Training System LCC Compared to Legacy Highly Integrated 0 2.3 • Task Preview/Mission Rehearsal Logistics Information Typical Two-Engine F-16A/B Blk 10/15 F-16C/D Blk 50/52 F-35 CTOL (Predicted*) Available Any Time, Anywhere Fighter • 90% Software Reuse – Device System . . . Results in 2x Improvement in Maintainability *CDR Concurrency With Aircraft Business Approach Optimizes Better 1.0 Performance and Affordability – Training Prognostics and Maintenance Total Performance-Based Logistics (PBL), Efficient Integrated Health Management (PHM) Ownership Cost 0.8 Proven To Increase Reliability • ntegrated Training Center I •  lobal Supply Chain G and Reduce LCC Training Design Provides Comprehensive Training •  Smart” Aircraft Design “ Ensures Readiness Environment Continuously Monitors •  esigned for Two-Level D •  eployed/On-Demand Training D F-35 Health Maintenance Fully Integrated With Mission •  educes Unscheduled R •  verall Maintainability O Legacy JSF F-35 Support System Maintenance Events Increased by 2x Over Legacy Providing Real Life-Cycle Cost Savings10 11
    • Unprecedented Industrial Participation Opportunities Actively Influencing the Design Today $4.8B World-Class Industrial Plan Industrial Opportunities • Joint Strike Missile (JSM) Integration This plan began with Icy Runway Operations Study Exist Well Beyond • Armor-Piercing Explosive (APEX) SDD and continues through production, sustainment, Lockheed Martin Industrial Plan Spans 30+ Years and Began in SDD Ammunition Opportunity the Norway F-35 and follow-on development Traditional Offset • Icy Runway Operations Capability for the 30+ year life of the Duration Procurement JSF Industrial Plan JSM Integration and Certification Study JSF program. We began • Product Life-Cycle Support (PLCS) Interface Industrial Plan Value ($B) External engaging Norwegian With Autonomic Logistics Information industry six years ago, SDD Program Phase Leveraging U.S. Government’s Largest System (ALIS) well in advance of Norway F-35 Multinational Production and Upgrades Multinational Cooperative Defence making a production Traditional Plan • Membership in Requirements Working Block 4/5 JSM Program To Secure Norway’s Industrial Group, Autonomic Logistics procurement decision. RNoAF Pilot and Maintenance Training Base for the 21st Century Internal Lockheed Martin has a Advisory Group, and Operational RNoAF Base long history of industrial Activation Advisory Group Norwegian Industries Already cooperation in Norway, and RNoAF Participating in JSF SDD Program Six • Continued Involvement in Simulation we look forward to working A/C Delivery Events and Exercises Such as Agile Endeavor with Norwegian industry Years Prior to Norwegian Production over the life of the Continuous Support – PBL Contract and on All Three Variants . . . JSF program. Well-Positioned for Production Contracts Embraces Critical Norwegian Industrial Economies of Scale and Global Reach Reduce Risk Joint Marketing of JSM Norway’s Composites Center of Excellence Participation Projects and Cutting-Edge 3,500 Lockheed Martin and Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace The JSF team funded efforts to establish a Composites Strategic Projects As a natural successor to MNFP and EPAF programs, the JSF has an even larger European military, industrial, and logistical footprint of Norway have entered into a joint marketing Center of Excellence for LRIP 3. We provided risk • Joint Strike Missile (JSM) 3,000 and is much larger in scope and global in reach, with even agreement to market the Joint Strike Missile (JSM). reduction studies and technical consultants to ensure • APEX Ammunition larger economies of scale across longer time frames. A conservative market assessment shows a market this technology is properly developed and used in the • Composites Center of Excellence 2,500 As a result, it provides a quantum leap in potential of approximately 790 missiles. The JSM can production of F-35 components. This represents a • PLCS Interfaces With ALIS performance – while Participants be carried both internally and externally on the F-35. significant expansion of the current composites technology Cum Aircraft 2,000 opening world markets for at Kongsberg and forms the basis for a much larger Joint Marketing Agreement With KDA To Norwegian industries. production volume as the F-35 enters full-rate production Market Norwegian JSM Worldwide 1,500 with planned quantities of 3,100+ aircraft. Technical Assistance and Risk Reduction 1,000 U.S. Efforts in Work To Establish Norwegian 500 Composites Center of Excellence 0 F-35 PBL Model Uses Civilian Industry 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 2021 2023 2025 2027 2029 2031 2033 2035 Personnel and Strengthens Civilian- Military Partnership Global Industrial Relationships Producing Long Term Industrial Cooperation Meaningful Results While Drawing Industrial participation between Norway and the joint government-industry Industries and Nations Together team means a partnership that continues through design, development, and sustainment throughout its life cycle. Enhancing the competitiveness of Enabling Integration of Norwegian- Norwegian industry, its knowledge and technology base, and creating the Developed Technologies Tomorrow potential for spinoffs to other sectors are key tenets of our plan. The JSF Team IP is valued at approximately $4.8B. This represents approximately $1.0B improvement from our 2006 IP Plan and does not include Propulsion IP. Securing Norway’s Defence Industrial Base Tomorrow12 13
    • Multinational Common Solution F-35 Spiral Development Approach Beyond 2012 CY09 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Increasing The weapon system in our offering is based on the contracted F-35 System LRIP I LRIP II Block 3 LRIP III DT&E LRIP IV LRIP V OT&E LRIP VI LRIP VII FRP Operational Development and Demonstration (SDD) Block 3 Conventional Takeoff and Landing (CTOL) configuration, plus anticipated Block 4/5 upgrades and any Block 4 DT&E OT&E RNoAF IOC Capabilities Before Norwegian Future Combat Aircraft (FCA) requirements. Regular upgrades through a formal Block upgrade program are planned. The Government of Block 5 DT&E OT&E Block 6 DT&E OT&E FCA IOC Norway has identified 2014 for acquisition with deliveries starting in 2016. As currently assessed, Norway can expect to have Block 4 capability in Block 7 DT&E OT&E Unparalleled Insight Into Current JSF their early production aircraft and Block 5 capability in the later production aircraft. Retrofit of new Block capabilities in earlier Block aircraft is a key Program and Opportunities To Influence tenet of our spiral plan. Notional Block 4/5 Notional Block 6/7 Future Upgrades for the Common F-35 Fleet – Inverse SAR Assign Candidate – JSM Solutions to Each Block Access To Common Technologies, Basics – Joint Precision and Landing System Technical Solutions Weapon System Tactics and Employment QFD Evaluation (JPALS) Concepts, Supportability Infrastructure, Align Technology Maturity With User Needs and Training Synergies Through Strategic User QFD Evaluation Defensive Alliances JSF Capabilities Vision Air-to-Surface Diminished Manufacturing Source (DMS) Risk Mitigated by Norway Involvement Technology Pull Advanced Capabilities at Lower Risk Weapon System Deliveries Air-to-Air In anticipation of an FCA Program Parliament go-ahead in 2010 and an F-35 and Cost Without Sacrificing Time To contract award in 2012, the first F-35 deliveries to the RNoAF start in 2016. Stop Development and Restart a The subsequent aircraft delivery rate is two (2) aircraft every other month Production Program Interoperability/ until the desired delivery is fulfilled. Initial Operating Capability (IOC) is ISR/CNI achieved mid-year 2018; Full Operational Capability (FOC) in 2020. Continuous Assessment of New Technologies for Addressing New and 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 AutoLog/GS Emerging Threats or Opportunities Initial Operating Capability (RNoAF) Development DT&E and OT&E RNoAF Training and Training Equipment Unique Continued Access to a Strategic Defence and Norwegian Demonstration Initial Operating Capability (USAF) FCA FOC Alliance With Common Technologies Requirements Product Capability Upgrade and Synergies Continued Participation in Continued Involvement in Simulation RNoAF Production CPR 12A/C 12A/C JSF Product Development Planning Agile Endeavor Type Events and Exercises Aircraft Deliveries 12A/C Future capabilities are maintained and nurtured with Simulation Events 12A/C a critical eye toward sustaining the four foundational • Early Evaluation of Pilot and Maintenance Training design pillars of affordability, lethality, survivability, Aircraft Capabilities Initial Support Equipment and supportability. Norway and other country-specific Integrated improvements are evaluated along with other candidates • Realistic Environment Logistics Initial Pilot and Maintenance Training for potential incorporation and integration into the common for Operational Support Initial Spares and Support configuration. Candidate technologies shown above are part Performance Assessments Base Activation of the draft Development Roadmap and only represent a • Insight on How Capabilities Continuous Support (PBL) small segment of those under evaluation for future Blocks. Meet Partner-Specific Warfighting Needs Adaptable To Meet Norway’s Unique Requirements14 15
    • Low Risk Choice for Norway’s FCA 5th Generation Fighter Delivers Unmatched Combat Efficiencies Right Weapon To Counter 21st Century Threats System, Right Industrial Solution and Right Industrial Plan Net-Enabled Architecture Supports 5th Generation Fighter and Support Systems – Strengthening Homeland National and International Commitments Security and Cooperative Support Leveraging 40-Plus Years of Advanced Technology Innovative ALGS System and Economies Transforming the RNoAF Into a of Scale Leverage Large U.S. DoD and 5th Generation Air Force Participant Investments and Ensure JSF Advanced Technologies for Low Life-Cycle Cost Unmatched Multirole Capability With Lowest Ownership Cost Platform Viability and Relevance Beyond Mid-21st Century Affordable Recapitalization Worldwide – at Legacy Aircraft Cost Flexibility To Handle Known and Emerging Threats Cooperative Avionics Test Bed (CATB) Flying Today and Reducing Avionics and Sensor Risk Well Ahead of FCA IOC The Lockheed Martin JSF Team, Pratt & Whitney, GE Rolls-Royce Fighter Engine Team, and the U.S. Government – Proven Partners for Norway Positions Norway for Access to Leveraging Large Economies of Mature JSF Program Plus Extensive Large Worldwide Markets Scale To Keep the F-35 Affordable Lockheed Martin International Experience The F-35 – Flying Today and in Lowers Program Risk Low-Rate Production In Production and Flying Today 5th Generation Transformational FCA for Norway16
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