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1 1 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company F-35 Lightning II: Connecting to the Global Supply Chain F-35 Lightning II: Connecting to the Global Supply Chain Tom Burbage Executive Vice-President and General Manager F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program 26 October 2010

2 2 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company F-35 Value Proposition Airframe 70-90% Common or Cousin Parts Avionics System ~100% Common Global Delivery System 2 Interchangeable Engines F135 F136 Lift Fan Economies of Scale Commonality Key To Affordability International Industrial Participation Tri-Variant Design CTOL CV STOVL International Partners Sustainment Toolset Results In: 5 TH Gen Fighter VLO Stealth Fighter Performance Integrated Sensor Fusion Net Enabled Ops Advanced Sustainment Global Cooperation Global Recapitalization DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

3 3 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company United Kingdom Denmark Australia Italy The NetherlandsCanada Turkey Norway F-35 International Partnership Production, Sustainment and Follow-on Development MOU Signed by All Nine Partners (Canada – Fall 2006) Production, Sustainment and Follow-on Development MOU Signed by All Nine Partners (Canada – Fall 2006) DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

4 4 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Continued Canadian Commitment To F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program – Concept Demonstration and Prototype Phase – Concept Demonstration and Prototype Phase – System Development and Demonstration Phase – System Development and Demonstration Phase – Production, Sustainment and Follow-on Development – Production, Sustainment and Follow-on Development 2014 – Beginning of Planned Procurement2014 – Beginning of Planned Procurement – Concept Demonstration and Prototype Phase – Concept Demonstration and Prototype Phase – System Development and Demonstration Phase – System Development and Demonstration Phase – Production, Sustainment and Follow-on Development – Production, Sustainment and Follow-on Development 2014 – Beginning of Planned Procurement2014 – Beginning of Planned Procurement Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Canadian Government Evaluation at Each Phase Proved Strong Business Case for Continued Participation DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

5 5 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company F-35 Program Schedule CY FY System Development and Demonstration Low-Rate Initial Production and Multiyear Procurement LRIP 1 (2) CV CTOL AA-1 STOVL First Flights CATB LRIP 2 (12) LRIP 3 (17) LRIP 5 (42 ) LRIP 6 LRIP 7 LRIP 8 Planned Production Air Force1,763 CTOL Dept of Navy680 CV/STOVL Partners800-1,500 Planned Production Air Force1,763 CTOL Dept of Navy680 CV/STOVL Partners800-1,500 MULTI YEAR 1 EOQ LRIP 9 LL LRIP 4 (32) DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited Updated schedule in work based on ongoing program restructure

6 6 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Aircraft Production Aircraft on Order LRIP 1 (2 A/C) LRIP 2 (12 A/C) LRIP 3 (17 A/C) SDD (19 A/C) LRIP 4 (32 A/C) LRIP 5 (42 A/C) Long Lead Funding Production Ramp Underway DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

7 7 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company STOVL CV CTOL 2010 Flight Test Plan Flight Test Progress Exceeding 2010 Cumulative Plan, STOVL Challenges CATB DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

8 8 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Best Value Industrial Model  JSF Industrial Participation follows the Best Value Approach – Not a Traditional Offset (IRB) Program  All Direct Work on F-35 Through Life Of Program  No Offset Multipliers  Contracts Begin Years Prior to First Canadian F-35 Planned Delivery  Best Value Industries in US and Partner Nations are Offered an Opportunity to Compete and Win Work  Extended Business: Forecasts of SDD and LRIP Contracted and Committed Projects Extended through Full Rate Production  Strategic Opportunities: Exclusively Reserved for Canada  Competitive Opportunities: Open Competitions to Which Canadian Companies Are Invited  JSF Industrial Participation follows the Best Value Approach – Not a Traditional Offset (IRB) Program  All Direct Work on F-35 Through Life Of Program  No Offset Multipliers  Contracts Begin Years Prior to First Canadian F-35 Planned Delivery  Best Value Industries in US and Partner Nations are Offered an Opportunity to Compete and Win Work  Extended Business: Forecasts of SDD and LRIP Contracted and Committed Projects Extended through Full Rate Production  Strategic Opportunities: Exclusively Reserved for Canada  Competitive Opportunities: Open Competitions to Which Canadian Companies Are Invited DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

9 9 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company  Underwater Stage Lift at Cirque du Soleil’s “O” Show at Bellagio Theater in Las Vegas  The Wing Assembly Platforms and Tooling Equipment for the Joint Strike Fighter Program Canadian Innovations DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

10 10 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Industrial Participation Summary  Currently Identified 192 IP Opportunities Through 2035 For Canadian Industry in IP Plan Valued at >$9.5B (TY USD)  Increased More Than $2B Since Industrial Participation MOU Signing in Fall 2006  Additional Work for Sustainment Will Evolve  Engine Work Additional  Contracts for $277M Currently In Place With Canadian Industry  High-Tech, High-Value Work Identified for Canadian Industry Over 30+ Years  CTOL Horizontal Tails  CV Outboard Wings  Composite Parts  Machining  F135 and F136 Engine Provide Additional Industrial Work  Currently Identified 192 IP Opportunities Through 2035 For Canadian Industry in IP Plan Valued at >$9.5B (TY USD)  Increased More Than $2B Since Industrial Participation MOU Signing in Fall 2006  Additional Work for Sustainment Will Evolve  Engine Work Additional  Contracts for $277M Currently In Place With Canadian Industry  High-Tech, High-Value Work Identified for Canadian Industry Over 30+ Years  CTOL Horizontal Tails  CV Outboard Wings  Composite Parts  Machining  F135 and F136 Engine Provide Additional Industrial Work New Opportunities Continue To Be Identified DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

11 11 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company F-35 Opportunities Across Canada DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited BNH Bombardier Aerospace CMC Electronics, Inc. CPS Industries DY4 Systems Inc. Edward Moore Design GE Bromont Heroux - Devtek Advanced IO Systems AVCORP BCD Electronic Firebird Semiconductors Ltd. NGRAIN Xantrex Technology Magellan - Bristol Northern Aero AMENAZA Technologies Axia NetMedia Corp. Mediatronics 2Source Manufacturing Acroturn ACT ALCOA Forged and Cast Products Alpha Casting Amphenol ASCO Ben Machine Casebank Technologies National Research Council NCR Noranco Northstar Aerospace Ontario Die Company Spartan Electronics Stealth Computer Corp Strite Unique Broadband Systems JN Nilson Magellan Chicopee Magellan Orenda Mediatronics Nikon Metrology (formerly Metris/Virtek) Motivational Industrial Equipment Mxi Technologies FTG Goodrich CA Graphico Edgelit Panels (Graphic Precision) Handling Specialty Honeywell Engines Sys and Serv. Hummingbird Interfast Centra Industries CFN Curtiss Wright Cyclone Dishon DRS Technologies Eagletronics Industries Inc. FAG Aerospace IMP Group Novatronics Composites Atlantic Howmet, Laval Division Mindready Solutions Inc. Montreal Carbide Co. Ltd. Nav-Aids P&W Canada Simgraph SIDO Limited Shellcast University of Quebec

12 12 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company TNS Connectors & PWBs Mindready CV Outboard Wing & Machining AVCORP EPMS Power Panels DRS Pylon AME Dishon GPS Chassis Machining Centra / Dishon Landing Gear Components Acroturn Radar Subsystems & Machining CMC Electronics ELS Circuit Cards FTG, Samuel Specialty, CMR Inlet Lip Castings Howmet - Laval Division PTMS Controller Pkg Honeywell Engine Systems & Services Handling System Tooling Handling Specialty Landing Gear M&O Goodrich Machining Center Fuselage Heroux-Devtek, Aerostructures, Inc. Heat Exchangers – Machining, Castings, Tube Bending CPS Ind., Alpha Casting Fiber-Placed Nacelle Skins CTOL Horizontal Tail Magellan-Bristol Composite Structures – Ctr Fuse Composites Atlantic Machining – Fwd Fuselage & Wing Magellan-Chicopee Heroux Devtek LEFAS – Machined Details Strite, Northstar F-35 Canadian Components DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

13 13 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company F-35 Projected Market UnitedKingdom United States Italy Netherlands Turkey Canada Australia Norway Denmark Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Israel SingaporeJapan South Korea GreeceSpainFinlandBelgium DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

14 14 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Capacity For New FMS Customers F-35 Production-U.S. & Partners F-35 Production vs 4 th Gen Aircraft F-35 Lightning II: The Future of Aerospace Work DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

15 15 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Creating Enduring Global Industrial Relationships © 2010 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Global Delivery System Global Delivery System F-35 Production System Autonomic Logistics Global Sustainment Autonomic Logistics Global Sustainment Connecting to the Global Supply Chain DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited

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