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1 Air Power Strategy For a Shifting Global Defense Climate Billie Flynn
Approved for public release 3/6/2014 – AER JSF14-317 Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release, Distribution is unlimited. JSF14-317, 3/6/14. AER Air Power Strategy For a Shifting Global Defense Climate  IMPORTANT NOTICE: A hard copy of this document may not be the document currently in effect. The current version is always the version on the Lockheed Martin network. Billie Flynn F-35 Test Pilot 21 March 2014 ©2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation

2 The Strategic Advantage of Air Power
“Not to have an adequate air force in the present state of the world is to compromise the foundations of national freedom and independence.” Winston Churchill, 1933 Desert Storm Kosovo Iraqi Army – Without Air Power Enemy Fighters Neutralized Surface Forces Vulnerable to Attack Afghanistan Coalition Forces – With Air Power Freedom to Maneuver Freedom from Attack Freedom to Attack Iraqi Freedom Libya Air Power Is an Essential Core Competency

3 Access + Strategic Impact
Opponent’s Strategic Centers of Gravity Allied Strategic Centers of Gravity Fielded Military Forces National Population National Infrastructure System Essentials National Leadership Fielded Military Forces National Population National Infrastructure System Essentials National Leadership WWI WWI Libya Libya WWII WWII OCO OCO Korea Allied Force Korea Allied Force Vietnam Desert Storm Vietnam Desert Storm Future Warfare Will Require Access to All Five Rings

4 Military Casualties – Total Force
Combat Casualties Wars of Attrition Wars of Wills Wars of Capitulation Wars of Contingency Attrition warfare Strategic Bombing Jet Fighters Stealth + PGMs Stealth Bombers Coalition Led Missiles UCAVs 13M 64k 9M 38k Military Casualties – Total Force 28k Unknown, No Coalition Losses 2 190 6k 5.7M Desert Storm Allied Force OCO Libya 4M 1M 500k 180k 260k WWI WWII Korea Vietnam Desert Storm Allied Force OCO Libya Coalition Casualties Adversary Casualties

5 Low-Tech Insurgent Warfare to Sophisticated Conventional Capabilities
Threat Environment We Are Going From This… …To This Low-Tech Insurgent Warfare to Sophisticated Conventional Capabilities

6 What Does Airpower Provide?
Actions Carrier Defense Bomber Escort C2 Deep Strike Maritime Attack Leadership Removal Damage Infrastructure Anti-Air Warfare ISR SEAD/DEAD Precision Strike Establish No-Fly Zone Offensive Fighter Sweep ISR Close Air Support ISR Maintain No-Fly Zone Defensive CAPs Sea Lane Protection ISR Show of Force Homeland Defense Protect the Commerce Alliance Formation Peacetime Operations Deterrence Phase Phase 0 Shape Phase I Deter Phase II Seize Initiative Phase III Dominate Phase IV Stabilize Phase V Enable Civil Authority Objectives Freedom to Maneuver Freedom to Attack Freedom From Attack Strategic Impact Information Logistics Support

7 Lockheed Martin Corporation
Approved for public release 3/6/2014 – AER JSF Lockheed Martin Corporation MISSION SYSTEMS & TRAINING Radar and surveillance systems Training and logistics solutions Simulation technologies SPACE SYSTEMS Surveillance and navigation Global communications Human space flight Strategic and defensive systems AERONAUTICS Tactical fighters Tactical and strategic airlift Advanced Development Intelligence, Surveillance, Recon INFORMATION SYSTEMS & GLOBAL SOLUTIONS Civil Defense Security MISSILES & FIRE CONTROL Air and missile defense Fire control and situational awareness Nuclear systems and solutions © 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release, Distribution is unlimited. JSF /6/14. AER A _7

8 Production Lines C-130J F-35 F-16
Approved for public release 3/6/2014 – AER JSF Production Lines C-130J F-35 F-16 © 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release, Distribution is unlimited. JSF /6/14. AER A _8

9 Quantum Leap in Capability
Approved for public release 3/6/2014 – AER JSF Quantum Leap in Capability 5TH Generation Fighters (Circa 2005) Net-Enabled Ops Integrated Sensor Fusion Advanced Stealth With Fighter Performance Capability Multi-Mode Sensors Energy Maneuverability Precision Weapons 4th Generation Fighters (Circa 1975) Stealth Treatments Sensor Integration Enhanced Countermeasures Time ©2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release, Distribution is unlimited. JSF /6/14. AER

10 Primary Air-Air Attributes Relative Contribution to Effectiveness
Advanced Legacy Fighters 5th Generation Fighters Attributes Deficient 5th Gen Attribute 5th Gen Attribute Advanced Legacy Attribute Advanced Legacy Attribute 1970s s 2010s -

11 Primary Multi-Role Attributes Relative Contribution to Effectiveness
Advanced Legacy Fighters F-35 Lightning II Attributes Deficient 5th Gen Attribute 5th Gen Attribute Advanced Legacy Attribute Advanced Legacy Attribute

12 F-35 – 5th Generation Multirole Fighter
Approved for public release 3/6/2014 – AER JSF F-35 – 5th Generation Multirole Fighter Cornerstone of 21st-century global security International partnerships Centerpiece for joint and combined operations © 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release, Distribution is unlimited. JSF /6/14. AER A _12

13 Propulsion and Aerodynamics
Approved for public release 3/6/2014 – AER JSF Propulsion and Aerodynamics High Mach to Hypersonic Long Range / Reach Agility / Persistence Survivability Multi-Spectral Stealth All Aspect Threat Defeat Power Generation High Capacity Systems Materials Self-Healing Structures and Systems Sensors and Weapons Ubiquitous Situation Awareness Advanced Target Recognition Advanced Weapons Delivery © 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release, Distribution is unlimited. JSF /6/14. AER A _13

14 Douhet “Victory smiles upon those who anticipate the changes in the character of war, not upon those who wait to adapt themselves after the changes occur.” - Air Marshall Guilio Douhet

15 Approved for public release 3/6/2014 – AER201402010 JSF 14-317
© 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release, Distribution is unlimited. JSF /6/14. AER

16 Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Approved for public release 3/6/2014 – AER JSF Lockheed Martin Aeronautics 25,000+ employees Nine locations Global partnerships S Korea Italy Japan Greece Turkey India Johnstown, PA Co-Production Clarksburg, WV Greenville, SC Palmdale, CA Fort Worth, TX Australia Marietta, GA Meridian, MS San Antonio, TX Pinellas, FL © 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release, Distribution is unlimited. JSF /6/14. AER A A_16

17 Approved for public release 3/6/2014 – AER201402010 JSF 14-317
Industrial Benefits As the F-35 Transitions Into Full-Rate Production, Opportunities for Italian Industry Will Evolve and Endure Throughout the Life Cycle of the F-35 Program. Italian Industry Has the Opportunity To Produce and Sustain Components and Systems to a Worldwide Fleet That Is Expected To Grow To More Than 3,000 Aircraft Other Italian Industrial Participants Borgonanero Mecaer Genoa Piaggio Aero La Spezia Elettronica Melara Terin Alenia Aeronautica Selex Galileo (Selex ES) Casella Moog Casella Foligno Galileo Avionica Montevarchi Selex Communication (Selex ES) Selex Galileo (Selex ES) Capun Cira Cisterna di Latina/Pomezia Selex Communication (Selex ES) Aprilia Aviogei Aero Sekur Rome Elettronica Gemelli Logic MBDA Italia Selex SI (Selex ES) Selex Communication (Selex ES) Vitrociset © 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Use or disclosure of the information contained herein is subject to the restrictions of the Cover Page NDC

18 Upgrades and Life Cycle Support
Approved for public release 3/6/2014 – AER JSF Upgrades and Life Cycle Support F-22 F-16 C-130 C-5 P-3 U-2 © 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Distribution Statement A: Approved for Public Release, Distribution is unlimited. JSF /6/14. AER A _18

19 C-130 – Airlifter Without Equal
Approved for public release 3/3/2014 – AER C-130 – Airlifter Without Equal Combat proven and highly reliable – deployed worldwide Multimission/multirole Enabler for joint and combined operations © 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Use or disclosure of the information contained herein is subject to the restrictions of the Cover Page A _19

20 F-16 – The World Standard Enduring global partnerships
Approved for public release 3/3/2014 – AER F-16 – The World Standard Enduring global partnerships Continuous modernization Fighter of choice for 27 air forces worldwide © 2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation Use or disclosure of the information contained herein is subject to the restrictions of the Cover Page A _20


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