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2012 NAVAIR Accomplishments (Low Res)

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Welcome to the NAVAIR 2012 Accomplishments brief. For more information visit us on the web www.navair.navy.mil

Welcome to the NAVAIR 2012 Accomplishments brief. For more information visit us on the web www.navair.navy.mil

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  • 1. Compiled and produced by the Strategic Leadership Support Team (AIR-7.1). Approved for public release; distribution unlimited
  • 2. FIELDED FIRST USMC KC-130J HARVEST HAWKWITH PRESSURIZED STANDOFF PRECISION GUIDEDMUNITIONS (SOPGM) LAUNCHER
  • 3. CONDUCTED THE FIRST X-47B DECK HANDLING TESTSABOARD USS HARRY S. TRUMAN (CVN 75)
  • 4. CONTINUED CH-53K DEVELOPMENTAND TEST ARTICLE PRODUCTION
  • 5. EARNED THIRD CARRIER LANDING CERTIFICATION FORTHE V-22 AFTER LANDING ABOARD USS NIMITZ (CVN 68)
  • 6. COMPLETED FIRST AERIAL WEAPONS RELEASEFROM ANY F-35 VARIANT (INERT 500-POUND GBU-12)
  • 7. DEPLOYED THE AH-1Z SUPER COBRA FORTHE FIRST TIME ABOARD USS MAKIN ISLAND (LHD-8)
  • 8. COMPLETED EIGHT CENTER BARREL REPLACEMENTSEXTENDING F/A-18 SERVICE LIFE BY 70 PERCENT(FRC SOUTHEAST)
  • 9. ROLLED OUT THE P-8A POSEIDON AIRCRAFTAT NAS JACKSONVILLE, FL
  • 10. PROVIDED THE ADVANCED PRECISION KILL WEAPONSYSTEM (APKWS) TO MARINES IN AFGHANISTAN
  • 11. BEGAN GROUND TESTS ON THE FIRSTMQ-4C TRITON UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM
  • 12. COMPLETED INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST ANDEVALUATION ON THE E-2D ADVANCED HAWKEYE
  • 13. CONDUCTED SAFE SEPARATION TESTING OF THEAGM-84 HARPOON FROM THE P-8A POSEIDON
  • 14. DEPLOYED THE CARGO RESUPPLY UAS (CRUAS)IN A COMBAT ZONE AND FLEW 485 SORTIES
  • 15. COMPLETED 2.75-INCH ROCKET SUBSYSTEM CAPTIVECARRIAGE AND LIVE-FIRE TESTING ON THE MH-60S
  • 16. COMPLETED 1,000TH DEVELOPMENTAL TEST FLIGHTFOR THE F-35B LIGHTNING II
  • 17. CONDUCTED THE FIRST CARRIER HANDOFFCOMMUNICATION TEST FLIGHT OF THE X-47B
  • 18. INSPECTED AND REPAIRED APPROXIMATELY140 MILITARY ENGINES (FRC SOUTHEAST)
  • 19. INTRODUCED THE INTREPID TIGER II COMM JAMMERTO OPERATIONAL SERVICE IN AFGHANISTAN
  • 20. FLEW THE SMALL TACTICAL UNMANNED AIRCRAFTSYSTEM (STUAS) FOR THE FIRST TIME AT CHINA LAKE
  • 21. CONTINUED TO TEST E-2DIN-FLIGHT REFUELING CAPABILITY
  • 22. PERFORMED FIRST F-35 AIM-120 TESTON NAWCWD’S LAND RANGE
  • 23. COMPLETED SCAN EAGLE TECHNICAL DEMONSTRATIONABOARD USCGC STRATTON
  • 24. CONTINUED TO PROVIDE HELLFIRE MISSILESTO FORCES IN THEATER(67 LAUNCHED FROM HARVEST HAWK)
  • 25. INSTALLED MODIFICATIONS ON 91 HH-60G PAVE HAWKHELICOPTERS FOR THE U.S. AIR FORCE(FRC SOUTHWEST)
  • 26. COMPLETED GROWLER ANECHOIC CHAMBERSUSPENSION TESTING
  • 27. LAUNCHED FIRST LOW-COST GUIDED IMAGING ROCKET(LOGIR) WITH A WARHEAD AGAINST SEABORNE TARGETS
  • 28. DELIVERED 77,439 SONOBUOYSTO THE FLEET (FY12)
  • 29. AWARDED CONTRACT TO IMPROVE THE PRODUCTIVITY,SAFETY, COMMUNICATIONS, DISPLAYS, ANDNAVIGATIONAL COMPUTERS ON 20 C-130T HERCULES
  • 30. RESTORED 100 F/A-18 WINGS AND TRAVELED TO TEXAS,HAWAII, AND LOUISIANA TO MAKE REPAIRS(FRC SOUTHWEST)
  • 31. GRADUATED CLASSES 141 AND 142FROM THE U.S. NAVY’S TEST PILOT SCHOOL
  • 32. FLEW 18 SORTIES AND 21 FLIGHT HOURS TESTINGELECTRICAL LOADS AND ORDNANCEON THE F/A-18F SUPER HORNET
  • 33. READIED FIRE SCOUTS TO DEPLOY TOTHE HORN OF AFRICA ABOARD USS KLAKRING (FFG 42)
  • 34. CONDUCTED V-22 MEDICAL EVACUATION DEMONSTRATIONFROM USS WYOMING (SSBN-742)
  • 35. TESTED THE HH-60H GAU-17 LIGHT SABRE
  • 36. COMPLETED ACOUSTIC, RADAR, ANDPYLON TESTING ON THE MH-60R
  • 37. REDUCED ENGINEVIBRATION RATES ONTHE LM2500SHIPBOARD ENGINE BYHAND-TIGHTENINGFUEL TUBES ANDIMPROVINGCOMPRESSOR ROTORCONTROLS(FRC SOUTHWEST)
  • 38. CONDUCTED COMPLEX MISSILE DEFENSE FLIGHT TESTENGAGING MULTIPLE TARGETS SIMULTANEOUSLY
  • 39. PROVIDED REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE TO MORE THAN10,000 STUDENTS SEEKING CAREERS IN SCIENCE,TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS (STEM)
  • 40. TESTED PAYLOAD DELIVERY UNIT (PDU)-5 FLIGHTSEPARATION CHARACTERISTICS FROMTHE F/A-18 SUPER HORNET
  • 41. CONDUCTED THE 100TH DEAD LOAD ARRESTMENT ONTHE ADVANCED ARRESTING GEAR (AAG)AT NAWCAD LAKEHURST, NJ
  • 42. ESTABLISHED / TRANSITIONEDTHREE MH-60R SQUADRONS
  • 43. RELOCATED F/A-18C HORNET TACTICAL OPERATIONALFLIGHT TRAINER FROM NAF ATSUGI TOMCAS IWAKUNI, JAPAN
  • 44. MACHINED 995 COMPRESSOR ROTORS WITHHIGH-SPEED BLADE TIP GRINDERS (FRC SOUTHEAST)
  • 45. DELIVERED FOUR SH-60B HELICOPTERSTO THE BRAZILIAN NAVY
  • 46. COMPLETED AIM-9X BLOCK II DEVELOPMENTAL TEST
  • 47. COMMENCED SPAR MILL OPERATIONS ANDMANUFACTURED NINE HIGHLY COMPLEX PARTS(FRC SOUTHEAST)
  • 48. PROVIDED HARPOON MISSILE FOR LIVE-FIRE LAUNCHDURING EXERCISE VALIANT SHIELD
  • 49. FRC EAST EARNED 8TH CONSECUTIVECHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD
  • 50. COMPLETED LAUNCH AND RECOVERY ENVELOPEEXPANSION TESTING OF THE UH-1Y AND AH-1ZABOARD USS PELELIU (LHA 5)
  • 51. DEMONSTRATED THE ABILITY TO INTEGRATE THEMARINE CORPS TACTICAL ENVIRONMENT INTO ASUPPORTING ARMS VIRTUAL TRAINER (SAVT)
  • 52. HELPED REFURBISH THE WATER BRAKE CYLINDERSABOARD USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT (CVN 71)(FRC MID-ATLANTIC)
  • 53. COMPLETED VITALREGRESSIONTESTING ON THEMH-60R’S AN/ALQ-210SENSORS
  • 54. FIELDED THE FIRST ALQ-237 ADVANCED ELECTRONICATTACK THREAT SIMULATOR SYSTEM
  • 55. DELIVERED 45 A/S32A-48 LARGE LAND-BASEDTOW TRACTORS (LLTT) CAPABLE OF TOWINGAIRCRAFT WEIGHING 80,000-350,000 LBS.
  • 56. CONDUCTEDENVELOPEEXPANSION TESTSOF THE CH-46E’SFIREFIGHTING ANDWATER DELIVERYSYSTEM(“BAMBI” BUCKET)
  • 57. PERFORMED FIRST NIGHT TAKEOFF OF F-35CTO EVALUATE NIGHT LIGHTING SYSTEM
  • 58. CONDUCTED DEGRADED VISUAL ENVIRONMENTSENSOR TESTING ON THE MH-53E
  • 59. BUILT AND DELIVERED THE FIRST CH-53ECONTAINERIZED FLIGHT TRAINING DEVICE FOR HMH-463,STATIONED AT MCAS KANEOHE BAY, HAWAII
  • 60. UPGRADED KC-130T TRAINING DEVICE WITHA MORE REALISTIC COCKPIT ENVIRONMENT
  • 61. INSTALLED FIRST THREE GE38 ENGINES INTHE CH-53K GROUND TEST VEHICLE (GTV)
  • 62. PROVIDED GQM-163A COYOTE SUPERSONIC SEASKIMMING TARGET FOR A LIVE-FIRE PRESENTATIONIN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN SEA
  • 63. UPGRADED THE EA-6B PROWLER SIMULATORAT MCAS CHERRY POINT TOTHE IMPROVED CAPABILITY III (ICAP III) PLATFORM
  • 64. CONTINUED TO TRANSITION EA-6B SQUADRONSTO THE EA-18G GROWLER
  • 65. COMPLETED FLEET TESTING OF THEA/S32A-47 SHIPBOARD HELICOPTER HANDLER (SHH)ABOARD USS HARRY S. TRUMAN (CVN 75)
  • 66. COMPLETED FIRST ADVANCED ANTI-RADIATIONGUIDED MISSILE (AARGM) LIVE-FIRE LAUNCHFROM THE EA-18G GROWLER
  • 67. COMPLETED THE SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL DEMONSTRATIONOF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC AIRCRAFT LAUNCH SYSTEM(EMALS) AT NAWCAD LAKEHURST, NJ
  • 68. CONTINUED TOOVERHAULCH-46E SEA KNIGHTHELICOPTERS FORTHE STATEDEPARTMENT(FRC EAST)
  • 69. INSPECTED, SERVICED, AND REPAIRED10,588 AVIATOR LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS(FRC SOUTHEAST)
  • 70. REDESIGNED AND DELIVERED25 A/M32K-10 MUNITIONS TRAILERSFOR THE MARINE CORPS
  • 71. NAVAL TEST WING ATLANTIC FLEW 20,640 FLIGHT HOURSDURING 12,929 SORTIES IN 141 AIRCRAFT (46 T/M/S)
  • 72. SIGNED A MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT WITHBROOKE ARMY MEDICAL CENTER TO HELPWOUNDED WARRIORS FIND NEW CAREERS
  • 73. DELIVERING RESULTS . . .213 NEW AIRCRAFT28,874 MISSILES / BOMBS20 TARGETS31 UNMANNED AIR VEHICLES (UAV)9 UAV GROUND SYSTEMS34 TRAINING DEVICES548 AIRCRAFT REPAIRS(INCLUDES COMMERCIAL / INTER-SERVICE)2,459 ENGINE REPAIRS(INCLUDES COMMERCIAL / INTER-SERVICE)73,672 COMPONENT REPAIRS2,129 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT REPAIRS
  • 74. . . . IN PARTNERSHIP WITHCompiled and produced by the Strategic Leadership Support Team AIR-7.1• SECNAV• OPNAV• COMMANDERNAVAL AIR FORCES• THE SYSCOMs• THE DEPUTY COMMANDANTFOR AVIATION• THE NAVAL AVIATION PEOs• DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE• INDUSTRY