FY98 Program Element Descriptive Summaries / RDDS

0101113F B-52 Squadrons

COST ($ In Thousands) FY 1996 Actual FY 1997 Estimate FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate FY 2000 Estimate FY 2001 Estimate FY 2002 Estimate FY 2003 Estimate Cost to Complete Total Cost
Total Program Element (PE) Cost 19,870 10,612 3,427 3,765 0 0 0 0 0 37,674
4401 Air Force Mission Support System 2,801 5,200 948 0 0 0 0 0 0 8,949
4370 Advanced Weapons Integration 3,832 0 2,479 3,765 0 0 0 0 0 10,076
4371 Global Positioning System TACAN Emulation 8,866 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8,866
4402 Electronic Countermeasures Improvement 0 4,818 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,818
4493 B-61 Mod 11 Flight Tests 4,371 594 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,965
Quantity of RDT&E Articles 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


(U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification

This program is in budget activity 7 - Operational System Development, Research Category 6.6 because it supports a currently operational system. The B-52 is the primary nuclear roled bomber in the USAF inventory. It provides the only Air Launch Cruise Missile carriage in the USAF. The B-52 also provides theater CINCs with a long range strike capability. The B-52 is undergoing a Conventional Enhancement Modification which allows it to carry MIL-STD 1760 weapons. The current service life of the aircraft extends to 2040. The Advanced Weapons Integration (AWI) program supports the conventional enhancement of the B-52 through the addition of the Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser (WCMD), Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM), Joint Stand-off Weapon (JSOW), and the Joint Air-to-Surface Stand-off Missile (JASSM). The Air Force Mission Support System supports the Air Force movement of all mission planning to a common system. GPS TACAN Emulation provides support to the Congressionally-directed GPS-2000. Electronic Countermeasures Improvement supports a DESERT STORM identified deficiency. The B-61 Mod 11 program was added at the direction of the Nuclear Posture Review and Presidential Decision Directive-30. The B-52 program management is provided by Air Force Material Command's Oklahoma Air Logistics Center. The prime contractor for these projects is Boeing Defense and Space Group.













(U) Acquisition Strategy:

1. The AFMSS program is organically conducted at OC-ALC/LAS. Previously funded by the AFMSS program element.

2. The AWI program placed Boeing Defense and Space Group, Wichita KS, (BD&SG) on a Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee contract as the Product Development Organization supported by OC-ALC/LH. Due to the short notice requirement, interface development and initial software requirements definition is being accomplished under the B-52 fleet support contract; a time and materials contract. The first phase will be to support the Direct Attack Stores Management Overlay (SMO) Developmental Test and Evaluation (DT&E) and DT&E of hardware interface equipment. The Direct Attack SMO supports WCMD and JDAM. The second phase will support the DT&E of the Stand-off SMO. The Stand-off SMO supports JSOW and JASSM. Due to the need for rapid Required Assets Availability and Initial Operational Capability dates, the Single Acquisition and Management Plan directed concurrence for RDT&E of the Direct Attack SMO and the production hardware (MIL-STD 1760 umbilicals to transfer 1760 data from the weapons pylon to the weapon itself). Although production continues through development of the Stand-off SMO, development of the production materials is completed in FY 97. JSOW and JASSM will use the same umbilicals as WCMD and JDAM.

3. The GPS TACAN program placed Boeing Defense and Space Group, Wichita, KS on a Firm-Fixed-Price contract as the Product Development Organization, supported by OC-ALC/LH, WR-ALC/LKN.

4. The ECM Improvement program placed Boeing Defense and Space Group, Wichita, KS and ITT Avionics Nutley, NJ on Firm-Fixed-Price contracts as Product Development Organizations. Boeing provides the aircraft specific integration expertise, while ITT provides expertise on the ALQ-172 system. They are supported by OC-ALC/LH and WR-ALC/LNR.

5. The Department of Energy is organically conducting the modifications to the B-61 Mod 11 weapon.

(U) B. Program Change Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999
Total

Cost

(U) Previous President's Budget 16,505 7,457 955 0 24,917
(U) Appropriated Value 21,005 11,035 21,005
(U) Adjustments to Appropriated Value
a. Cong Reductions -1,129 -231
b. SBIR -192
c. Omnibus or Other Above Threshold Reprogram 0
d. Below Threshold Reprogramming 0
(U) Adjustments to Budget Years Since FY 1997 PB 0 2,472 3,765
(U) Current Budget Submit/President's Budget 19,870 10,612 3,427 3,765 37,674








(U) Change Summary Explanation:

Funding: FY 96 Congressional Appropriations added $4.5M for AGM-130 Integration. Since Air Combat Command did not have a requirement to integrate the AGM-130 on the B-52 Congress authorized the Air Force to transfer these funds into the B-62 Mod 11 program. FY 98 PB adds $2.5M to FY 98 and $3.8M to FY 99 for Advanced Weapons Integration.

Schedule: None

Technical: None

(U) C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999


FY 2000


FY 2001


FY 2002


FY 2003
To

Compl

Total

Cost

(U) Aircraft Procurement (PE 11113F) 4,765 8,782 28,854 61,641 43,039 34,241 20,953 6,779 0 209,054
(U) Missile Procurement (PE 11113F) 2,002 1,855 0 0 0 0 0 0 n/a 3,857
(U) Mission Planning Systems (PE 28006F) 180 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n/a 180


(U) D. Schedule Profile

FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999 FY 2000
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
(U) WCMD/JDAM IOC X
(U) GPS TACAN IOC X
(U) ECM Improvement IOC X
(U) B-61 Mod 11 Flight Test Completed X




COST ($ In Thousands) FY 1996 Actual FY 1997 Estimate FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate FY 2000 Estimate FY 2001 Estimate FY 2002 Estimate FY 2003 Estimate Cost to Complete Total Cost
4401 Air Force Mission Support System 2,801 5,200 948 0 0 0 0 0 0 8,949


(U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification

Air Force Mission Support System (AFMSS) previously funded out of the AFMSS program element. Develops an aircraft specific avionics/weapons/electronic countermeasures (A/W/E) module to be used in conjunction with core AFMSS. AFMSS is the replacement mission planning system for the current B-52 Mission Data Preparation System. AFMSS will provide future ground/inflight mission planning capability. Block 1 provides the capability to plan conventional gravity missions at the unit level. Block 2 provides the capability to plan nuclear and advanced weapons via AFMSS. Block 3 of this project will add smart weapons (like JDAM and JASSM) capabilities and enhancements to the first two AFMSS blocks. Provides funding for the Periodic Depot Maintenance of the B-52 test aircraft stationed at Edwards Air Force Base.



(U) FY 1996 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $2,801 Support WCMD and JDAM flight test with Block 1.3 engineering release
(U) $2,801 Total


(U) FY 1997 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $5,200 Develop Block 2 operational software for WCMD and JDAM, and PDM for the B-52 test aircraft
(U) $5,200 Total


(U) FY 1998 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $948 Develop Block 3 operational software for JSOW and JASSM, and other advanced weapons, as required
(U) $948 Total
















(U) B. Program Change Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999
Total

Cost

(U) Previous President's Budget 2,983 5,507 951 0 6,320
(U) Appropriated Value 2,983 5,507 0 0 8,490
(U) Adjustments to Appropriated Value
a. Cong Reductions -182 0 0 0 -182
b. SBIR 0 0 0 0 0
c. Omnibus or Other Above Threshold Reprogram 0 0 0 0 0
d. Below Threshold Reprogramming 0 0 0 0 0
(U) Adjustments to Budget Years Since FY 1997 PB -182 -307 -3 0 -492
(U) Current Budget Submit/President's Budget 2,801 5,200 948 0 8,949


(U) Change Summary Explanation:

Funding: $3,121 added to FY97 budget to support Periodic Depot Maintenance of the B-52 test aircraft.

Schedule: None

Technical: None

(U) C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Thousands) - not applicable

(U) D. Schedule Profile

The B-52 peculiar mission planning software development is accomplished and delivered incrementally. Each work package within a block build is treated as a mini-development with its own analysis, design, and test. The work package are integrated with one another and with the AFMSS core. Requirements are continually evolving, however, the program is geared to complete known requirements by Sep 98.
FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
(U) Contract award Block 2 X
(U) Software development Block 2 X X X X X
(U) Contract award Block 3 X
(U) Software development Block 3 X X X X
(U) Test aircraft PDM X


(U) A. Project Cost Breakdown ($ in Thousands)

FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
(U) Software development 2,751 2,050 885 0
(U) System Program Office support 50 50 63 0
(U) OC-ALC/LH Program Depot Maintenance 0 3,100 0 0
(U) Total 2,801 5,200 948 0


(U) B. Budget Acquisition History and Planning Information ($ in Thousands)

Performing Organizations:

Contractor or Government Performing Activity Contract Method/Type or Funding Vehicle

Award or Obligation Date


Performing Activity EAC


Project Office

EAC



Total

Prior to

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1997





Budget

FY 1998





Budget

FY 1999





Budget to Complete




Total Program
Product Development Organizations
Oklahoma

ALC/LAS



Project Order




5,686


0


2,751


2,050


885


0


n/a


5,686


Support and Management Organizations
OC-ALC/LH

OC-ALC/LH

Project order

Project order

163

3,100

0 50 50

3,100

63 0 n/a 3,263


Test and Evaluation Organizations
OO-ALC/LIRC

USAFAWC/28 TESTS

compatability flight testing Project order






COST ($ In Thousands) FY 1996 Actual FY 1997 Estimate FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate FY 2000 Estimate FY 2001 Estimate FY 2002 Estimate FY 2003 Estimate Cost to Complete Total Cost
4370 Advanced Weapons Integration 3,832 0 2,479 3,765 0 0 0 0 0 10,076


(U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification

The requirement exists for the integration of near precision and precision guided MIL-STD 1760 weapons on the B-52. This includes the Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser (WCMD), Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM), Joint Stand-off Weapon (JSOW), and the Joint-Air-to-Surface Stand-off Missile (JASSM). The B-52 is designated as the threshold bomber test platform for WCMD, JDAM, and JASSM with the objective of meeting aircraft integration and weapon testing requirements. To provide complete understanding of the program and its funding, the following schedule information will reflect the money received from the WCMD, JDAM, and JASSM program elements for weapons integration on the B-52.



(U) FY 1996 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $3,832 Software requirements for WCMD and JDAM. Hardware requirements for WCMD, JDAM, JSOW, and JASSM.
(U) $3,832 Total


(U) FY 1997 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $0 Total


(U) FY 1998 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $2,479 Software development for JSOW and JASSM
(U) $2,479 Total


(U) FY 1999 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $3,765 Software development for JSOW and JASSM
(U) $3,765 Total










(U) B. Program Change Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999
Total

Cost

(U) Previous President's Budget 3,977 0 2,489 3,784 10,250
(U) Appropriated Value 3,900 0 0 0 3,900
(U) Adjustments to Appropriated Value
a. Cong Reductions -68 0 0 0 -68
b. SBIR 0 0 0 0 0
c. Omnibus or Other Above Threshold Reprogram 0 0 0 0 0
d. Below Threshold Reprogramming 0 0 0 0 0
(U) Adjustments to Budget Years Since FY 1997 PB 0 0 -10 -19 6,176
(U) Current Budget Submit/President's Budget 3,832 0 2,479 3,765 10,076


(U) Change Summary Explanation:

Funding: FY 96 -$68K Undistributed Congressional Reductions.

Schedule: None

Technical: None

(U) C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999


FY 2000


FY 2001


FY 2002


FY 2003
To

Compl

Total

Cost

(U) RDT&E (WCMD - PE 27600F) 5,900 3,035 0 0 0 0 0 0 n/a 8,935
(U) RDT&E (JDAM - PE 27583F) 4,525 7,110 0 0 0 0 0 0 n/a 11,635
(U) RDT&E (JASSM - PE 27160F) 1,500 8,500 8,000 3,400 0 0 0 0 n/a 21,400
(U) Aircraft Procurement (PE 11113F) 0 4,181 6,600 5,100 0 0 0 0 n/a 15,881










(U) D. Schedule Profile

FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
(U) Direct Attack SMO
(U) Software/hardware Req DT&E X X X
(U) Test planning X X X X X X
(U) Technical data development X X X X X
(U) Ground/flight testing X X X X
(U) AFMSS module DT&E X X X X X X X X
(U) Program office support X X X X X X X X
(U) Stand-off SMO
(U) Contractor Interface Development X X
(U) Software/hardware Req DT&E X X X X X X X X
(U) Test planning X X X X X X X
(U) Technical data development X X X
(U) Ground/flight testing X X X X X X X X
(U) AFMSS module DT&E X X X X X X X X X X
(U) Program support office X X X X X X X X X X X X






(U) A. Project Cost Breakdown ($ in Thousands)

FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
(U) Software/hardware requirements 3,832 0 2,479 3,765
(U) Total 3,832 0 2,479 3,765


(U) B. Budget Acquisition History and Planning Information ($ in Thousands)

Performing Organizations:

Contractor or Government Performing Activity Contract Method/Type or Funding Vehicle

Award or Obligation Date


Performing Activity EAC


Project Office

EAC



Total

Prior to

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1997





Budget

FY 1998





Budget

FY 1999





Budget to Complete




Total Program
Product Development Organizations
Boeing Defense and Space Group Wichita, KS

CPFF


10,076


0


0


3,832


0


2,479


3,765


n/a


10,076


Support and Management Organizations


Test and Evaluation Organizations


(U) B. Budget Acquisition History and Planning Information Continued ($ in Thousands)

Government Furnished Property: None





COST ($ In Thousands) FY 1996 Actual FY 1997 Estimate FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate FY 2000 Estimate FY 2001 Estimate FY 2002 Estimate FY 2003 Estimate Cost to Complete Total Cost
4371 Global Positioning System TACAN Emulation 8,866 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8,866


(U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification

GPS TACAN Emulation includes installation of a Control Display Unit (CDU) at the pilot and copilot stations and the integration of concurrent TACAN capabilities into the on-board GPS system. The TACAN Replacement System (TRS) will satisfy current TACAN emulation requirements directed by Congressional mandate and provide an architecture to expand/increase navigational capabilities/requirements planned by FAA and International Civil Organization bodies. The system allows the crew to fly a non-precision approach using the GPS constellation for navigation guidance. In addition, as an open architecture system, it can be easily upgraded to allow precision approaches when standards are established.

(U) FY 1996 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $1,281 System Requirement Review completion
(U) $100 Preliminary Design Review
(U) $1,900 Fabrication of lab demonstration system
(U) $3,300 Fabrication of system mock-up
(U) $2,000 Fabrication of prototype unit
(U) $85 Critical Design Review
(U) 200 Test and Evaluation
(U) $8,866 Total


(U) FY 1997 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $0 No activity


(U) FY 1998 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $0 No activity


(U) FY 1999 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $0 No activity




(U) B. Program Change Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999
Total

Cost

(U) Previous President's Budget 9,545 0 0 0 9,545
(U) Appropriated Value 9,360 0 0 0 9,360
(U) Adjustments to Appropriated Value
a. Cong Reductions -494 0 0 0 -494
b. SBIR 0 0 0 0 0
c. Omnibus or Other Above Threshold Reprogram 0 0 0 0 0
d. Below Threshold Reprogramming 0 0 0 0 0
(U) Adjustments to Budget Years Since FY 1997 PB -494 0 0 0 -494
(U) Current Budget Submit/President's Budget 8,866 0 0 0 8,866


(U) Change Summary Explanation:

Funding: $494 taken in FY 96 for Undistributed Congressional Reductions and bills to pay for Bosnia operations.

Schedule: Schedule changes were necessary to provide concurrent RDT&E with GPS Line-Replaceable-Units (LRU) redesign effort. The requirement for 24 additional aircraft to receive NAVSTAR GPS provoked re-design of key Group B LRUs. The TRS new start provided an opportunity to combine the two efforts, reducing additional LRUs originally planned for TRS and incorporating requirements into a single, integrated design. Thus, instead of designing and fielding two separate systems (GPS and TRS), the software and hardware requirements will be integrated. Reducing engineering time and independent costs associated with each program.

Technical: Technical changes include eliminating the requirement for a separate Interface Unit for TACAN and integrating TACAN system requirements in the GPS Interface Unit, currently installed on NAVSTAR GPS equipped aircraft. This also eliminates the requirement for a Signal Data Converter to interface the GPS and TRS. The majority of the TRS program requirements will affect software integration. The hardware requirements are essentially CDUs at the pilot and copilot positions and associated Group A necessary for installation.

(U) C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999


FY 2000


FY 2001


FY 2002


FY 2003
To

Compl

Total

Cost

(U) Aircraft Procurement (PE 11113F) 0 3,000 11,400 15,700 4,662 0 0 0 n/a 34,762


(U) D. Schedule Profile

FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
(U) Contract award X
(U) System Requirement Review documentation X
(U) Human resource interface on equipment placement X
(U) Preliminary Design Review X
(U) Fabrication of upgraded development at contractor support facilities X X X
(U) Critical Design Review X
(U) Development of prototype unit X X X
(U) Ground/flight testing X X X




(U) A. Project Cost Breakdown ($ in Thousands)
FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
(U) System Requirement Review completion 1,281
(U) Preliminary Design Review completion 100
(U) Fabrication of lab demonstration system 1,900
(U) Fabrication of system mock-up 3,300
(U) Fabrication of prototype unit 2,000
(U) Critical Design Review 85
(U) Test and evaluation 200
(U) Total 8,866


(U) B. Budget Acquisition History and Planning Information ($ in Thousands)

Performing Organizations:

Contractor or Government Performing Activity Contract Method/Type or Funding Vehicle

Award or Obligation Date


Performing Activity EAC


Project Office

EAC



Total

Prior to

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1997





Budget

FY 1998





Budget

FY 1999





Budget to Complete




Total Program
Product Development Organizations
Boeing Defense and Space Group Wichita, KS

FFP


Mar 96


8,766


0


8,766


0


0


0


n/a


8,766


Support and Management Organizations
OC-ALC/LH

WR-ALC/LKN

50

50

0 50

50

0

0

0

0

0

0

n/a

n/a

50

50



Test and Evaluation Organizations


(U) B. Budget Acquisition History and Planning Information Continued ($ in Thousands)

Government Furnished Property: None



COST ($ In Thousands) FY 1996 Actual FY 1997 Estimate FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate FY 2000 Estimate FY 2001 Estimate FY 2002 Estimate FY 2003 Estimate Cost to Complete Total Cost
4402 Electronic Countermeasures Improvement 0 4,818 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,818


(U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification

The electronic countermeasures of the B-52 ALQ-172 ECM suite must be improved to cover a requirement identified during DESERT STORM. The improvement provides for an increased memory capability to handle advanced threats as well as correcting a coverage capability problem. The project adds a third ALQ-172 to the ECM suite and develops the new display required by the addition of the third system. The modification also improves two common core Line-Replaceable-Units. Normal circuit cards are replaced with circuit cards holding erasable PROMs and gate array modules. Memory is increased 400% and Mean-Time-Between-Failure is increased. Development program will be completed in FY 97.



(U) FY 1996 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $0 No activity
(U) $0 Total


(U) FY 1997 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $150 System Requirement Review
(U) $300 Fabrication of lab mock-up
(U) $4,268 Developmental kit fabrication
(U) $100 System Program Office support
(U) $4,818 Total


(U) FY 1998 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $0 No activity
(U) $0 Total


(U) FY 1999 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $0 No activity
(U) $0 Total




(U) B. Program Change Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999
Total

Cost

(U) Previous President's Budget 0 5,071 0 0 5,071
(U) Appropriated Value 0 4,921 0 0 4,921
(U) Adjustments to Appropriated Value
a. Cong Reductions 0 -103 0 0 -103
b. SBIR 0 0 0 0 0
c. Omnibus or Other Above Threshold Reprogram 0 0 0 0 0
d. Below Threshold Reprogramming 0 0 0 0 0
(U) Adjustments to Budget Years Since FY 1997 PB 0 0 0 0 -103
(U) Current Budget Submit/President's Budget 0 4,818 0 0 4,818


(U) Change Summary Explanation:

Funding: OSD directed reductions.

Schedule: None

Technical: None

(U) C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999


FY 2000


FY 2001


FY 2002


FY 2003
To

Compl

Total

Cost

(U) Aircraft Procurement (PE 11113F) 0 0 4,749 22,100 31,300 31,700 20,953 6,779 n/a 117,781


(U) D. Schedule Profile

FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
(U) Contract award X
(U) Kit proof X
(U) System Requirement Review X


(U) A. Project Cost Breakdown ($ in Thousands)
FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
(U) System Requirement Review 0 150 0 0
(U) Mock-up fabrication 0 300 0 0
(U) Developmental kit proof 0 4,268 0 0
(U) System Program Office support 0 100 0 0
(U) Total 0 4,818 0 0


(U) B. Budget Acquisition History and Planning Information ($ in Thousands)

Performing Organizations:

Contractor or Government Performing Activity Contract Method/Type or Funding Vehicle

Award or Obligation Date


Performing Activity EAC


Project Office

EAC



Total

Prior to

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1997





Budget

FY 1998





Budget

FY 1999





Budget to Complete




Total Program
Product Development Organizations
Boeing Defense and Space Group Wichita, KS

ITT Avionics, Nutley, NJ

FFP



FFP

Oct 96



Oct 96

4,418



300

0



0

0



0

4,418



300

0



0

0



0

n/a



n/a

4,418



300



Support and Management Organizations
OC-ALC/LH

WR-ALC/LKN

50

50

0

0

0

0

50

50

0

0

0

0

n/a

n/a

50

50



Test and Evaluation Organizations
419th FLTS Edwards AFB, CA Project order


(U) B. Budget Acquisition History and Planning Information Continued ($ in Thousands)

Government Furnished Property: None



COST ($ In Thousands) FY 1996 Actual FY 1997 Estimate FY 1998 Estimate FY 1999 Estimate FY 2000 Estimate FY 2001 Estimate FY 2002 Estimate FY 2003 Estimate Cost to Complete Total Cost
4493 B-61 Mod 11 Flight Tests 4,371 594 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,965

(U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification

The program involves development and testing of a modified nuclear weapon on B-52 operational aircraft. Replacement of a strategic weapon was recommended by the Nuclear Posture Review and directed by Presidential Decision Review-30. Congress was notified during the second quarter of FY 1995, of the Department of Defense, and the Department of Energy intent to modify an existing weapon to provide a replacement option. Modifications (made by the Department of Energy) to the B-61 Mod 7 strategic bomb accomplish the mission requirements of the replaced weapon. Modification of an existing weapon is less expensive than the cost to develop a new weapon from "scratch." Flight testing by the 419th FLTS, Edwards AFB, CA is required to certify the modified weapon mass and physic properties are the same as the Mod 7 device. The Air Force asked and received permission from Congress to reprogram the $4.5M FY 96 Congressional plus-up for AGM-130 integration on the B-52, into the B-61 Mod 11 Flight Test program. This program will be completed in FY 97.

(U) FY 1996 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $756 Complete 6 Degree of Freedom aerodynamic analysis for release and initial development of flight test characteristics
(U) $981 Complete operational flight tests for Major Assembly Release (MAR) and Aircraft Compatability Control Release Drawing release by DOE
(U) $1,221 Complete aeroballistic and dispersion flight tests and Alaska proof test series for final aerodynamic model development verification of ballistic dispersion/CEP requirement defines in Military Characteristics (MCs)
(U) $1,413 Data analysis and develop new ballistics tables for aircraft operational delivery
(U) $4,371 Total


(U) FY 1997 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $594 Complete data analysis and develop new ballistics tables for aircraft operational delivery
(U) $594 Total


(U) FY 1998 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $0 No activity
(U) $0 Total


(U) FY 1999 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $0 No activity
(U) $0 Total


(U) B. Program Change Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999
Total

Cost

(U) Previous President's Budget 0 607 0 0 5,100
(U) Appropriated Value 0 607 0 0 5,100
(U) Adjustments to Appropriated Value
a. Cong Reductions 0 0 0 0 0
b. SBIR 0 0 0 0 0
c. Omnibus or Other Above Threshold Reprogram 0 0 0 0 0
d. Below Threshold Reprogramming 0 0 0 0 -4,500
(U) Adjustments to Budget Years Since FY 1997 PB 4,371 -13 0 0 4,365
(U) Current Budget Submit/President's Budget 4,371 594 0 0 4,965


(U) Change Summary Explanation:

Funding: FY 96 Congressional Appropriations added $4.5M for AGM-130 integration. Since Air Combat Command did not have a requirement to integrate the AGM-130 on the B-52 Congress authorized the Air Force to transfer these funds into the B-61 Mod 11 program. Original funding request was for FY97 expenditures. The Air Fore is expending all moneys in FY 97 to complete the program.

Schedule: None

Technical: None

(U) C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Thousands)



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999


FY 2000


FY 2001


FY 2002


FY 2003
To

Compl

Total

Cost

(U) not applicable






(U) D. Schedule Profile

FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
(U) Major Assembly Release test X
(U) Aeroballistic/Dispersion tests X X X
(U) DOE modification program X X X




(U) A. Project Cost Breakdown ($ in Thousands)

FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
(U) Software development 1,413 594 0 0
(U) Developmental test and evaluation 2,202 0 0 0
(U) Program management support 236 0 0 0
(U) Contractor support 470 0 0 0
(U) Travel 50 0 0 0
(U) Total 4,371 594 0 0


(U) B. Budget Acquisition History and Planning Information ($ in Thousands)

Performing Organizations:

Contractor or Government Performing Activity Contract Method/Type or Funding Vehicle

Award or Obligation Date


Performing Activity EAC


Project Office

EAC



Total

Prior to

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1997





Budget

FY 1998





Budget

FY 1999





Budget to Complete




Total Program
Product Development Organizations
San Antonio ALC/Nuc Wpns Integration Division MIPR Jan 97 4,965 0 4,371 594 0 0 n/a 4,965


Support and Management Organizations


Test and Evaluation Organizations




(U) B. Budget Acquisition History and Planning Information Continued ($ in Thousands)

Government Furnished Property: None