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1 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 1 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY F Feb 2015 Gregg Costabile, SES Director of Engineering, F-35 Lightning II Program

2 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 2 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY F-35 Program baseline holding steady; Continued progress on all fronts ◦Total weapon system view Affordability ◦SDD – Cost reduction initiatives ◦Production – Ramp Rate, Blueprint for Affordability, Block Buys ◦O&S – $19B Reduction in O&S estimate, R&M program, Cost War Room, Aircraft Availability Focus Schedule ◦Service IOCs on track/Global Sustainment posture accelerating ◦Software development/fielding not on critical path (margins) Technical performance ◦Past risks improving (helmet, hook, fuel dump, lightning protection, software maturity) ◦Current risks/issues being addressed (engine, structural cracks, ALIS, R&M, Mission Data Files) Partnership strong and FMS customers growing Not the same program as in the past Overall Program Status

3 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 3 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY F-35 utilized an integrated systems approach to ensure long lasting lethality and survivability advantages against current and future Air to Air and Surface to Air threats Key elements of the F-35 systems of systems approach was the integration of and synergies between: ◦Advanced Stealth ◦Fused Multi-Spectral Active and Passive Situational Awareness ◦Advanced Inter-operability ◦Multi-Ship Situational Awareness and Tactics / Mutual Support ◦Advanced Offensive and Defensive Electronic Attack ◦Advanced Countermeasures ◦Maneuverability with Combat Loads ◦Persistence What Makes F-35 Different F-35 represents a system of system design solution to ensure operational advantages over current and future threats for the US and it’s allies!

4 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 4 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY 3 Services 8 International Partners P&W F135 RR - Liftfan Team JSF Autonomic Logistics Integrated Training 3 Flight Test Facilities Global Sustainment Interoperability CTOL CV STOVL Domestic / International Suppliers F-35 Lightning II 3 Foreign Military Sales

5 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 5 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY F-35 Characteristics Key Attributes: ◦Stealth ◦Integrated Avionics ◦Air-to-Ground (A/G) Munitions ◦Intraflight DL ◦Advanced Aircraft Survivability General Features: ◦Single seat ◦Speed: 700 kts or 1.6M (630/1.6M STOVL) ◦Ceiling: 50,000 ft+ ◦Engine: PW F135 Sensors ◦Fully integrated open architecture system ◦A/G – Air-to-Air (A/A) radar/Synthetic Aperture Radar ◦Electro Optical (EO) A/G Targeting system ◦A/A Infrared Search and Track (IRST) function ◦Electronic Support Measures (ESM) ◦Short range EO spherical coverage Length: 51.4 ft Wing Area: 460 ft 2 Weight (Empty): 29,400 lb Internal Fuel: 18,200 lb Range: nm Length: 51.1 ft Wing Area: 460 ft 2 Weight (Empty): 32,600 lb Internal Fuel: 13,500 lb Range: nm Length: 51.4 ft Wing Area: 668 ft 2 Weight (Empty): 34,900 lb Internal Fuel: 19,700 lb Range: nm CTOL (AF) STOVL (BF) CV (CF)

6 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 6 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY CY2012CY2013CY2014CY2015CY2016CY2017CY2018 Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4Q1Q2Q3Q4 JFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASONDJFMAMJJASOND Block 2B Block 3i Block 3F LRIP 4(32)LRIP 3(17)LRIP 5(32)LRIP 6(36)LRIP 7(35)LRIP 8(43)LRIP 9(57)LRIP 10(92) LRIP 3LRIP 4 LRIP 7 LRIP 9LRIP 5LRIP 8LRIP 6LRIP 10 Cert 2A DT&E2B DT&E Cert Blk 2B Integrated Test OT II GSpin Up OT IIG OTRR Block 1A TR1 Block 1B TR1 Blk 3i TR2 Block 3F TR2 Block 2A TR1 Block 2B TR1 Lightly shading are baseline Prominent bars are status Fleet Release OTRR Cert 3i DT&E Cert 2A DT&E 2B DT&E Cert 3i DT&E Cert 3F DT&E OT II GSpin Up OT IIG OTRR USMC IOCUSN IOCUSAF IOC OT II FSpin Up 2A 2B 3i 2B 3F Blk 3 Integrated Test System Development and Demonstration (SDD) Update 3F DT&E 3i FinalInitial

7 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 7 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY F-35 Current Fleet Laydown 90 Operational / Training Aircraft 34 Test Aircraft Eglin AFB 44 A/C Total Patuxent River NAS 9 A/C Total Edwards AFB 20 A/C Total F-35AF-35BF-35C As of 28 Jan 15 MCAS Yuma 18 A/C Total Nellis AFB 5 A/C Total Note: Does not include AA-1 at China Lake MCAS Beaufort 9 A/C Total Luke AFB 19 A/C Total

8 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 8 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY F-35 Bed Down Through 2018 As of 17 Sep 2014 *Source Data: Sustainment Beddown Break Down_ F-35 Global Deployment Australia (2) Williamtown Italy (7) Amendola Grottaglie United Kingdom (9) RAF Marham Norway (9) Orland FMS (39) Total: 386 F-35AF-35BF-35C

9 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 9 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY Global Production System The Netherlands DAP PHM Consortium Fokker - Elmo Brookx Axxiflex Fokker - Aerostructures Thales Nederlands Thales Cryogenics Eurocast Dutch Aero Aeronamic Dutch Space TNO NLR Denmark Systematic Software Engineering Terma Corena Damco Danish Aerotech GPV Trelleborg Sealing Solutions Italy S3 Log Electtronica Aster Piaggio Rotodyne Logic Vitrociset Segundo Mona Selex SI Oto Melara Moog - SBC Aerea Selex Galileo York Alenia Selex Comms Turkey Havelsan TAI ALP Aviation Aselsan Vestel Fokker (TU) Kale Aero Australia Goodrich Services GKN Micreo LTD BAE Australia Quickstep Marand Cablex Ferra Levett Aerostaff Chemring A.W. Bell Rosebank TAE Norway AIM Norway Kongsberg Techni Metronor Natech Kitron Jotne EPM Technology Hexagon Applica Canada Composites Atlantic Ben Machine Magellan-Chicopee Mindready Honeywell Avcorp Heroux Devtek Megellan-Bristol Dishon DY4 ASCO Casebank Centra Strite Interfast Novatronics Amphenol Nav-Aids United Kingdom GE Aviation Martin Baker GKN Rolls Royce Goodrich BAE SYSTEMS RDF Beaufort Cobham Honeywell Selex As of Feb 13

10 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 10 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY United Kingdom United States Italy Netherlands Turkey Canada Australia Norway Denmark JapanIsrael F-35 - >2100 Aircraft Coalition Korea Common Understanding in accordance with Production, Sustainment and Follow-on Development MOU Common Understanding in accordance with Production, Sustainment and Follow-on Development MOU

11 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 11 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY 2014 Key Accomplishments Fielding / Sustainment (cont.) ◦ALIS SOU Kit delivered to 57th Wing Weapons Instructor Course aircraft ◦Formed Reliability and Maintainability Program ◦Assigned Regional Airframe and Engine Mx for Europe and Asia-Pacific Region ◦Overcame engine failure mishap ◦Ended year with a 65% Mission Capable Rate & 55% Aircraft Availability Rate Partners ◦S. Korea signed Letter of Acceptance (40 F-35As) ◦Dutch pilots trained to support OT at Edwards AFB ◦Australia's 1st F-35A delivered to Luke AFB ◦Israel purchasing additional 14 F-35s ◦Designated Italian FACO Heavy Airframe Depot (Europe) ◦Designate Turkey, Netherlands, Norway as Heavy Engine Depots (Europe) ◦Designated Australia & Japan as Heavy Airframe Depots (Asia-Pacific) ◦Designated Australia & Japan as Heavy Engine Depots (Asia-Pacific) Development / Test ◦Developmental Flight test -Completed 1354 flights (~1286 planned) -Completed 9477 test points (~9958 planned) ◦Began Block 3 flight testing ◦Completed Block 2 Air-to-Surface weapons testing ◦Completed first F-35C ship trial aboard USS NIMITZ -33 flights / 124 catapult launches / 124 arrestments ◦US Reprogramming Lab (USRL) delivered Mission Data File to flight test Production ◦Completed Production Lot 4 aircraft deliveries ◦Delivered last Air Force F-35A to Eglin AFB ◦Completed LRIP 8 Negotiations Fielding / Sustainment ◦Began F-35B modifications to support USMC IOC ◦Activated F-35 squadron at Luke / delivered 1st a/c ◦Completed first F-35A and F-35B modifications to address life-limiting parts ◦F-35 Mx training facility update ◦422nd TES Squadron received SAPF Certification & Accreditation

12 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 12 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY Development / Test ◦F-35B Operational Test-1 (OT-1) aboard the USS WASP ◦The first operational fleet weapons drop ◦F-35C second shipboard trial (DT-2) aboard USS EISENHOWER ◦Complete Block 3i Testing: MS capabilities, Gen III Helmet ◦Begin/Continue Block 3F Testing -FS Wpn Seps, Wpn Env, Ext store flight env -MS capability development and verification Production ◦Completing contract negotiations for production lots 9 (61 a/c) & 10 (98 a/c) ◦Deliver 45 aircraft to field 2015 Key Milestones Fielding / Sustainment ◦Block 2B software release for training ◦Start AF and Partner pilot training at Luke AFB ◦USMC IOC ◦Deliver the first F-35A to Hill AFB to support the 34th FS ◦First aircraft arrival to 422nd TES Squadron to support USAF Weapons School ◦First two FMSs being installed in the F-35 SIM facility ◦Mx training capability delivered; Electronic Media Lab (EML) & Outer Mold Line (OML) fully equipped ◦Make DoD recommendation for OCONUS component repair Partners ◦Italian Final Assembly and Check Out (FACO) facility’s 1st F-35A rollout ◦Norwegian and Italian pilots integrated into the 62nd FS standup ◦Certify Italian & Australian tankers ◦Dutch jets delivered to Edwards for OT

13 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 13 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY Program Phases 1)Development 2)Sustainment/Fielding 3)Production 4)Follow-on Development F-35 Program Priorities Events 1)USMC IOC (1 July 2015) 2)USAF IOC (1 August 2016) 3)Operational Test 4)Partner/FMS Deliveries Programmatics 1)Safety/Security 2)Affordability 3)"Normalization" of Program 4)Global Fielding/Sustainment Culture 1)Integrity 2)Transparency 3)Accountability 4)Discipline

14 Values slide SLIDE #: 14

15 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 15 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY Delivering the F-35 to the Warfighter

16 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 16 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY Back Up Slides

17 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A // APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION IS UNLIMITEDSLIDE #: 17 F-35 DOC #: XXXXXX AS BRIEFED: DD MMM YY F-35 Program baseline holding steady Continued progress on all fronts Not the same program it was in the past Bottom Line


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