FY98 Program Element Descriptive Summaries / RDDS

0604226F B-1B

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 186,940 207,930 216,886 199,718 214,409 143,158 33,497 5,377 16,915 1,427,906
1019 ECM Improvements* 13,691 39,537 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70,175
1020 AFMSS* 9,154 10,369 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20,630
1021 B-1 Simulator* 4,350 7,714 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11,434
4143 Conventional Weapons Upgrade* 159,745 150,310 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 495,788
4596 Conventional Mission Upgrade* 0 0 216,886 199,718 214,409 143,158 33,497 5,377 16,915 829,960
Quantity of RDT&E Articles 0 3(4,562) 17(23,896) 0 3(3,388) 0 0 0 0 23

* BPACs 1019, 1020, 1021, and 4143 were consolidated into BPAC 4596 beginning in FY98.

(U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification

(U) With the drawdown of forward-based US ground, naval, and tactical air forces, current defense strategy calls for long range, conventionally armed strategic bombers to play a major role in the initial stages of a regional contingency. The 95 B-1B Lancers in the Air Force inventory will constitute over one-half of all US strategic bombers -- making them the centerpiece of the conventional bomber force well into the next century. To maximize the B-1's contribution in this role, the Air Force must enhance the B-1's capability to perform precision attacks against moderately defended targets deep in enemy airspace. The needed enhancements fall primarily into two categories: improved lethality through integration of advanced conventional weapons, and improved survivability through upgrades to the electronic countermeasures (ECM) system. The Air Force established the Conventional Mission Upgrade Program (CMUP) to fulfill these requirements.

(U) This Program Element provides RDT&E funding for CMUP. The program achieved Required Assets Available of Cluster Bomb Units (CBUs) in September 1996. Funding in the FYDP covers integration of the Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM), Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser (WCMD), Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW), Joint Air to Surface Stand-Off Missile (JASSM), and upgrades to the existing ECM suite. Parallel and complimentary enhancements include an upgrade to the avionics computers to enable simultaneous carriage of multiple weapon types, provide growth capability, and reduce support costs; development of an interface to the Air Force Mission Support System (AFMSS) for more effective employment of the B-1 in a theater scenario; and upgrades to the air crew and maintenance training systems to keep them consistent with the aircraft's configuration. The FY98 program includes work in Research Category/Budget Activity Engineering and Manufacturing Development, and is structured as follows:

(U) Defensive System Upgrade Program (DSUP): The existing ALQ-161 defensive system, designed and optimized for the strategic nuclear mission (i.e., low altitude penetration against specific air defense threats) has limited effectiveness in the B-1B's new conventional mission. DSUP will remove most of the ALQ-161 system and replace it with an AN/ALR-56M radar warning receiver and the RF Countermeasures (RFCM) portion of the Navy's IDECM program, which includes a techniques generator and a fiber optic towed decoy. A new low band on board jammer will be installed to provide the requisite threat coverage. These new systems will significantly improve situational awareness and the survivability of the B-1B in the medium and high altitude regimes where most conventional missions will be conducted. These enhancements are required to maximize the effectiveness of the new weapons capability provided under CMUP. Additionally, these modifications will eventually reduce annual O&S costs approximately $50M per year after full fleet modification. (Formerly Project 1019, ECM Improvements)

(U) B-1B Mission Planning System: Consists of improved B-1 mission planning capabilities by adding an aircraft specific software module to the ongoing AFMSS program. Automated mission planning systems traditionally have been developed and deployed by individual Air Force operating commands to support their assigned aircraft and weapons systems. The Air Force is now transitioning to a standard system, AFMSS. While AFMSS provides common mission planning capabilities for all aircraft, the aircraft, weapons, and electronics (A/W/E) hardware and software on each type aircraft provide unique interfaces and functionality not provided by the AFMSS "core" system. This project provides those aircraft unique interfaces. The B-1 A/W/E module will supplement the AFMSS core capabilities to achieve enhanced route planning, penetration, and weapons delivery capabilities. AFMSS replaces an aging mission planning system which is no longer fully supportable and does not meet current mission requirements. This A/W/E module will be developed concurrently with the AFMSS core software and the B-1 operational flight programs. (Formerly Project 1020, AFMSS)

(U) Training Systems: Provides updates to the existing training system necessary to match changes made to the aircraft described in the other sections. The total B-1 Training System consists of the Simulator System to train air crew members and Maintenance Training Equipment (MTE) to train maintenance personnel. The SS is actually a suite of systems which provides the necessary visual, motion, and aural cues for complete ground training of B-1 air crew members -- there are five Weapon System Trainers, five Cockpit Procedure Trainers, two Mission Trainers and one Training System Support Center (TSSC). The TSSC includes the computational system resources required to support software, hardware, and firmware changes. The MTE provides maintenance training for simulation of fault isolation and removal/replacement of all B-1 aircraft systems. The MTE, also a suite of systems, includes eight Avionics/Armament Maintenance Training Systems, 10 Simulator Maintenance Training Systems, one Primary/Secondary Flight Control System Maintenance Trainer and one TSSC to support software, hardware, and firmware changes. (Formerly Project 1021, B-1 Simulators)

(U) Conventional Weapons Upgrades: Improves the B-1's effectiveness in conventional operations by integrating advanced conventional weapons. Specific enhancements include integration of CBUs (EMD completed in FY95), Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser (WCMD), JDAM, JSOW, JASSM, and aircraft enhancements necessary to carry these weapons. Aircraft enhancements included under the JDAM integration effort are an anti-jam secure-voice radio (communications upgrade) for improved interoperability with other theater forces, a Mil-Std-1760 electrical interconnection system which provides a common interface between aircraft and precision weapons, and a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver for providing position updates to precision weapons The Air Force accelerated the DSUP RAA date in the FY98 POM. SECAF accelerated procurement of JDAM modification kits for six aircraft. ALE-50 (Towed Decoy System) was accelerated in conjunction with JDAM to yield enhanced operational capability in FY99. An upgraded avionics computer suite will handle the advanced weapons requirements and significantly improve computer reliability and maintainability. Also included are preliminary engineering and planning studies for potential future weapon system enhancements and for weapon system operational support improvements as well as the Live Fire Test and Evaluation. (Formerly Project 4143, Conventional Weapons Upgrade)

(U) Acquisition Strategy:

(U) These major upgrades will be accomplished during three phases and integrated in conjunction with ongoing sustainment block upgrades. RDT&E work on Phase I, "Enhanced Capability," contains the Block C CBU upgrade (EMD completed in FY95). Phase II, "Near Precision Capability," contains Block D (GPS/Comm Navigation Management System, JDAM, and Mil-Std-1760 integration), Block E (Computer and WCMD upgrades) and the Block F DSUP integration upgrade. Phase III, "Standoff Capability," contains the Block G JSOW & JASSM integration upgrades. Boeing North American Aviation (formerly Rockwell International, North American Aircraft Division) is the integrating contractor for all major aircraft upgrades. AFMSS and training system upgrades will be released periodically during Phases I, II, and III.

(U) Key elements of the overall CMUP acquisition strategy include: use of sole source contract with a prime/integrating contractor; assignment of Total System Installed Performance Responsibility (TSIPR) to the integrating contractor; use of cost plus award fee (CPAF) development contracts; and combining developmental upgrades with software sustainment blocks to minimize number of software releases, aircraft downtime and differences in fielded configurations. The Phase I CBU capability is being fielded in Block C. Block D will include JDAM/Mil-Std-1760 and GPS/Comm modifications (as well as the ALE-50 Towed Decoy). The computer and WCMD upgrades will be fielded as part of Block E. DSUP will be fielded as Block F. JSOW and JASSM capability will be fielded in Block G.

(U) The three test articles being purchased in FY97 ($4,562) are computer set kits to be installed in labs to support Block E EMD. The seventeen test articles to be purchased in FY98 consist of twelve computer set kits ($18,249) (eight to be installed in labs, two in aircraft, two as test spares) and five DSUP kits ($5,647) to support Block F EMD (three in labs and two in aircraft).

(U) B. Program Change Summary ($ in Thousands) See Project R-3 Exhibit

(U) C. Other Program Funding Summary ($ in Thousands) See Project R-3 Exhibit

(U) D. Schedule Profile See Project R-3 Exhibit



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
4596 Conventional Mission Upgrade* 0 0 216,886 199,718 214,409 143,158 33,497 5,377 16,915 829,960


(U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification

(U) The B-1 will deliver most of the heavy bomber fleet's conventional weapons in future conflicts. Current B-1 conventional combat capability is optimized for delivery of MK-82 non-precision 500 pound gravity bombs. The increase in the B-1's conventional weapons employment capability will involve upgrading the following systems:

- (U) CBUs: Modify 50 of the 101 existing B-1 conventional bomb modules (now used only for MK-82 bombs) for integration of cluster bomb units (CBUs). The modified modules will complete delivery in Mar 1997.

- (U) GPS/Communications Navigation Management System: Incorporate Global Positioning System (GPS) capability for more precise long range navigation, TACAN emulation, and weapons delivery. Integrate the ARC-210 "HAVE QUICK" secure/anti-jam communications system for improved capability to operate within force packages. Includes Voice Demand Assigned Multiple Access/Advanced Narrowband Digital Voice Terminal (DAMA/ANDVT), a SATCOM required communications upgrade.

- (U) JDAM/Mil-Std-1760: Modify the B-1 rotary launcher and develop interfaces for JDAM and other advanced conventional weapons. Incorporate Mil-Std-1760 weapons interface required for use with JDAM and other precision weapons.

- (U) Computers: Upgrade the current avionics computer complex to provide for weapons flexibility and reduce operation and support costs. Existing avionics computers will be replaced with modern, 32-bit hardware, and current software will be converted to Ada.

- (U) Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser: Add Mil-Std-1760 weapon interface to modified conventional bomb modules (see "CBUs" above) to allow B-1 to employ WCMD. Increases accuracy of CBUs when released at high altitudes, reducing target passes.

- (U) Advanced Munitions: Develop necessary modifications to integrate JSOW and JASSM.

- (U) DSUP: provides defensive system enhancements in: situational awareness, countermeasures effectiveness and reliability and maintainability

(U) Acquisition Strategy:

(U) DSUP: At Air Combat Command's (ACC) request, the Air Force formed a Tiger Team to examine an incremental approach to correct the B-1B's defensive system deficiencies. In FY95, the Air Force began a 13 month integrated acquisition strategy process (IASP) that culminated in a successful ASP briefing to SAF/AQ on 23 Apr 96. A key element of that strategy was examining the use of the Navy's RF Countermeasures (RFCM) System being developed under the Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures (IDECM) program. The Air Force placed Boeing North American (BNA - formerly Rockwell NAAD) on contract to examine the feasibility of using the RFCM portion of the Navy's IDECM system to meet ACC's requirements. Boeing completed the architecture study and recommended the use of the IDECM RFCM system. Following a comprehensive Cost As Independent Variable (CAIV) study during the summer of FY96, the Air Force concurred with the use of the IDECM RFCM system. In Jun 96, the Air Force awarded a DSUP pre-EMD contract to Boeing that will accomplish a System Requirements Review (SRR), Systems Functional Review (SFR), and preparation of an EMD proposal. EMD contract award is planned for Jun 97 following a 3QFY97 Milestone II DAB decision. During EMD, the Critical Design Review (CDR) will be completed in 4QFY98 and flight test will start in 2QFY00. A Milestone III DAB is planned for 3QFY02.

(U) MPS: ESC/YV manages the B-1B Mission Planning development effort of the B-1 A/W/E, with ASC/YD retaining program management and funding authority for the program. Together, the organizations report to AFPEO/FB, the Program Executive Officer for Fighters and Bombers. The Government awarded a cost-plus-award-fee (CPAF) contract to Logicon for development of this A/W/E, using full-and-open competition and streamlined source selection. The Air Force plans a "single, combined release" of the B-1B Block C/D A/W/E software. This will provide the full functionality required for both the CBU (Block C) and JDAM/1760/GPS/Comm (Block D) upgrades. The single Block C/Block D combined release procurement goes through 1QFY98 with planned follow-on software development related to OFP changes for Blocks E, F and G and any evolving B-1 mission planning requirements through FY01.

(U) Training Systems: The Simulator upgrade is funded through a 5-year contract awarded 21 Jun 94 to Lockheed-Martin Training & Technical Services. This contract encompasses development, production and Contractor Logistic Support (CLS) through FY99. The development portion is a cost-plus-award-fee (CPAF) type contract and production is firm-fixed-price (FFP). The CLS is fixed-price-award-fee (FPAF) for the simulator system and FFP for the maintenance training equipment. Time and Materials will be used for over and above work on both the simulator system and MTE.

(U) Conventional Weapons Upgrades

(U) Conventional Weapons Upgrades are contracted in three phases. In each phase, cost type contracts are used for EMD and fixed price contracts for production/mod kits:

- (U) Phase I: Enhanced capability (but unguided) weapons (CBU) integration (Completed development in FY95)

- (U) Phase II: Near precision weapons integration (JDAM/1760/GPS/Comm, computer upgrade, and WCMD), studies and design definition for data link implementation, and congressionally-directed demonstration of the feasibility of adding the Relative Targeting System (RTS) ). These are divided into three sub-phases:

- (U) Phase IIA: Pre-EMD (design analyses, trade studies, engineering work leading up to the hardware preliminary design review)

- (U) Phase IIB: EMD (continued development effort through flight test, kit proof, and physical configuration audit)

- (U) Phase IIC: Production (aircraft installation and modification kit)

- (U) Preliminary engineering and planning studies necessary to determine the feasibility and cost/schedule of potential future weapon system enhancements.

- (U) Phase III: Precision weapons with standoff capability (JSOW & JASSM)

(U) Government organizations responsible for various development efforts include: the B-1B System Program Office (SPO) and Simulator Systems SPO at ASC, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center (OC-ALC), Tinker AFB, OK; Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WR-ALC), Robins AFB, GA; JDAM/JSOW/JASSM/WCMD SPO, Eglin AFB, FL; GPS Joint SPO (JPO), Los Angeles AFB, CA; Mission Planning SPO at ESC, Hanscom AFB, MA; Rome Laboratories, Griffiss AFB, NY; Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC), Edwards AFB, CA; Air Force Developmental Test Center (AFDTC), Eglin AFB, FL; and Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center (AFOTEC), Kirtland AFB, NM.





(U) FY 1996 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $8,307 (DSUP) Start systems engineering process to translate top-level system requirements into lower-level requirements, reduce program schedule risk, and accelerate entry into EMD
(U) $1,992 (DSUP) Acquisition strategy planning for DSUP EMD
(U) $792 (DSUP) IDECM Support and FOTD Risk Reduction Planning
(U) $7,325 (MPS) Continue Logicon contract development activities
(U) $275 (MPS) Contract support (Lockheed-Martin)
(U) $1,898 (Training Systems) WST Block B/C/IVACC
(U) $1,511 (Training Systems) MTE computer rehost
(U) $104,831 (Weapons) Continue Phase IIB contract activities for JDAM, 1760, GPS and Communications Navigation Management System
(U) $15,000 (Weapons) PGM Acceleration (to be reprogrammed to BP1100)
(U) $13,340 (Weapons) Engineering Change Proposal to Phase IIB contract for computer upgrade and continue development activities
(U) $2,389 (Weapons) Engineering Change Proposal to Phase IIB contract for Wind Corrected Munition Dispenser (WCMD) kit integration and begin development
(U) $233 (Weapons) Task order contract for ICD work on JSOW development
(U) $16,400 Government flight test and planning
(U) $141 ECO
(U) $284 GFE
(U) $1,757 Modeling & Simulation / Studies & Analyses
(U) $5,646 CAAS
(U) $4,819 Mission Support
(U) $186,940 Total


(U) FY 1997 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $19,023 (DSUP) Continue pre-EMD contractor systems engineering process, culminating in System Functional Review (SFR)
(U) $13,656 (DSUP) Begin EMD
(U) $8,564 (MPS) Continue Logicon contract
(U) $450 (MPS) Contract support (Lockheed-Martin)
(U) $62 (Training Systems) ACA with Logicon
(U) $3,117 (Training Systems) MTE computer rehost
(U) $521 (Training Systems) A/W/E effort
(U) $517 (Training Systems) begin Block D development
(U) $740 (Training Systems) IVACC
(U) $500 (Weapons) Continue ICD work on JSOW development
(U) $5,239 (Weapons) Studies and design definition for data link implementation
(U) $77,095 (Weapons) Continue Phase IIB contract activities for JDAM, 1760, GPS and Communications Navigation Management System
(U) $29,845 (Weapons) Continue computer upgrade
(U) $8,006 (Weapons) Continue EMD for WCMD integration
(U) $15,113 Government flight test and planning
(U) $4,848 GFE
(U) $6,859 ECO
(U) $5,026 CAAS
(U) $1,775 Modeling & Simulation / Studies & Analyses
(U) $6,974 Mission Support
(U) $207,930 Total


(U) FY 1998 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $48,274 (DSUP) Continue DSUP EMD activities
(U) $9,426 (MPS) Continue Logicon contract
(U) $150 (MPS) Continue Lockheed Martin contract
(U) $1,825 (Training Systems) Continue Block D development
(U) $41 (Training Systems) ACA with Logicon
(U) $1,817 (Training Systems) A/W/E Effort
(U) $708 (Training Systems) Continue MTE computer rehost
(U) $49,069 (Weapons) Continue computer upgrade
(U) $1,150 (Weapons) Conduct acquisition planning to support FY99 EMD start for JSOW & JASSM integration
(U) $10,295 (Weapons) Continue EMD for WCMD integration
(U) $49,638 (Weapons) Continue Phase IIB contract activities for JDAM, 1760, GPS and Communications Navigation Management System
(U) $1,634 GFE
(U) $19,530 Government flight test
(U) $8,988 ECO
(U) $5,413 CAAS
(U) $2,500 Modeling & Simulation / Studies & Analyses
(U) $6,428 Mission Support
(U) $216,886 Total


(U) FY 1999 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $51,155 (DSUP) Continue DSUP EMD activities
(U) $9,723 (MPS) Continue Logicon contract
(U) $150 (MPS) Continue Lockheed-Martin support
(U) $9,478 (Training Systems) Continue Block D development
(U) $19 (Training Systems) ACA with Logicon
(U) $49,294 (Weapons) Continue computer upgrade
(U) $19,918 (Weapons) Begin EMD for JSOW & JASSM integration
(U) $9,022 (Weapons) Continue EMD for WCMD integration
(U) $20 (Weapons) Complete Phase IIB contract activities for JDAM, 1760, GPS and Communications Navigation Management System
(U) $1,402 GFE
(U) $23,396 Government flight test
(U) $11,836 ECO
(U) $5,428 CAAS
(U) $2,500 Modeling & Simulation / Studies & Analyses
(U) $6,377 Mission Support
(U) $199,718 Total






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



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999
Total

Cost

(U) Previous President's Budget 189,527 220,932 202,133 202,580 1,466,493
(U) Appropriated Value 202,438 217,732 1,484,946
(U) Adjustments to Appropriated Value
a. Cong Reductions -3,963 -4,644 -14,121
b. SBIR -4,761 -5,158 -12,960
c. Omnibus or Other Above Threshold Reprogram -4,181 -4,181
d. Below Threshold Reprogramming -2,593 420
e. Rescissions
(U) Adjustments to Budget Years Since FY 1997 PB 14,753 -2,862 -22,917
(U) Current Budget Submit/FY1998 PB 186,940 207,930 216,886 199,718 1,427,987


(U) Change Summary Explanation:

Funding:

(U) FY96 (-15,498): Undistributed Reductions (-3,963), SBIR (-4,761), ATR {(Bosnia) (-2,066), F-16s to Jordan (-2,115)},BTR to B-2 (-2,593), BTR to Mod & Sim Branch (-75)

(U) FY97 (-9,802): Undistributed Reductions (-4,644), SBIR (-5,158)

(U) FY98 to FY04 (-22,917): Funding was aligned with the current estimates for CMUP (-14,621), (DSUP acceleration initiative, JASSM initiative), excess funds (-600), Inflation (-4,123), Misc adjustments (-191) and AFMC Intracommand Support ZBT (-3,382).

Schedule: The upgrade to the visual systems in the Weapon System Trainers and Mission Trainers has been delayed and will be delivered three months after delivery of the Block C simulator upgrade. The Air Force accelerated the DSUP RAA date in the FY98 POM. SECAF accelerated procurement of JDAM

modification kits for six aircraft. ALE-50 (Towed Decoy System) was accelerated in conjunction with JDAM to yield enhanced operational capability in FY99.

Technical: The AF has selected the RFCM portion of the Navy's IDECM system for DSUP.



(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) PE 0101126F, Aircraft Procurement (B-1); BP11, Modifications (CMUP-related only) 16,800 86,785 63,494 71,752 63,984 47,761 135,296 114,692 214,063 824,927
(U) PE 0101126F, Other Procurement (B-1) 276 276
(U) PE 0207325F, RDT&E (JASSM) 250 460 710
(U) PE 0604600F, RDT&E (WCMD) 412 412
(U) PE 0604754F, RDT&E (JTIDS) 147 147
(U) PE 0208006F, Operations and Maintenance (MPS) 30 30
(U) PE 0604270F, EW Development (TDS) 16,154 24,090 3,200 43,444
(U) PE 0207442F, EW Production (TDS/IDECM) 673 20,425 33,124 39,054 45,317 40,916 13,406 192,915


Related RDT&E:
(U) Program Element #0205164F, Global Positioning System (GPS)
(U) Program Element #0604618F/N, Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM)
(U) Program Element #0604727F/N, Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW)
(U) Program Element #0604600F, Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser (WCMD)
(U) Program Element #0208006F, Air Force Mission Support System (AFMSS)
(U) Program Element #604270F, Electronic Warfare (EW) Development
(U) Program Element #305164F, Global Positioning System (GPS)




(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
DSUP
(U) Acquisition Milestones
(U) - Acq Strat Panel/O-IPT X*
(U) - Milestone II X
(U) Engineering Milestones
(U) - SRR X*
(U) - SFR X
(U) - SSR X
(U) - PDR X
(U) - CDR X
(U) T&E Milestones
(U) - Start subsystem qual test X
(U) - Complete subsystem qual test X
(U) Contract Milestones
(U) - CCP for Pre-EMD X*
(U) - Award EMD Contract X
Mission Planning System
(U) Engineering Milestones
(U) - Preliminary Design Review X* X*1
(U) - Critical Design Review X*
(U) T&E Milestones
(U) - CMUP JDAM DT&E/IOT&E X
(U) - Test Readiness Review/FQT X
(U) - SVT X
(U) Contract Milestones
(U) - Software Delivery X




FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
Training Systems 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
(U) Acquisition Milestones
(U) - Start Production Block - B/C - WST X*
(U) - First Delivery - WST/MT X*
(U) - Start EMD - MTE rehost X*
(U) - Start Production - MTE rehost X
(U) - MTE rehost delivery X
(U) - Start EMD - CPT rehost X
(U) - Start Production - CPT rehost X
(U) - CPT rehost delivery X
(U) - Start Production - Block D X
(U) Engineering Milestones
(U) - CDR Block B/C - WST X*
(U) Block D
(U) - SRR X
(U) - PDR X
(U) - CDR X
(U) T&E Milestones
(U) - System T&E - Block B/C WST X*
(U) Contract Milestones
(U) - Block B/C WST Delivery X*
(U) - MTE rehost award X*
(U) - MTE rehost delivery X
(U) - CPT rehost award X
(U) - CPT rehost delivery X
(U) - Start EMD WST Rehost X




FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
Weapons 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
(U) Acquisition Milestones
(U) - Phase I RAA (CBU) X*
(U) - Phase I FOC X
(U) - Block D Comm/Nav MSIII X
(U) - Block D JDAM/1760 LRIP X
(U) - Block D JDAM/1760 MS III X
(U) - Phase II RAA (GPS/Comm) X
(U) - Phase II RAA (JDAM/1760) X
Weapons
(U) Engineering Milestones
(U) - Phase II SRR X*
(U) - Phase II SFR X*
(U) - Phase II PDR X
(U) - Phase II SSR X
(U) - Phase II CDR (GPS/Comm/JDAM/1760) X*
(U) - Phase II CDR (Computer/WCMD) X
(U) T&E Milestones
(U) - Start Phase II GPS/Comm/ JDAM/1760 Flight Test X
(U) - Complete GPS/Comm/ JDAM/1760 Flight Test X
(U) Contract Milestones
(U) - Step I EMD (Computer / WCMD) X*
(U) - Step II EMD (Computer/WCMD) X*
(U) - Phase II Production (GPS/Comm - Group A/B) [Lot 1] X




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) - Phase II Production (GPS/Comm GFE Long Lead)

[Lot 1/ LRIP # 1]

X*
(U) - Phase II Production (JDAM/1760/ GPS/Comm)

[Lot 1/ LRIP # 1]

X
(U) - Phase II Production (GPS/Comm) (Lot 2) X
(U) - Phase II LRIP #2 (JDAM/1760) X
(U) - Phase II Production (JDAM/1760) [Lot 1] X
(U) - Phase III EMD (JSOW/JASSM) X

1 NOTE: Incremental PDR held to support Block C and Block D, respectively.



(U) Milestones Beyond FY 1999

DSUP

(U) Acquisition Milestones

(U) - Milestone III 3QFY02

(U) - Required Assets Available 1QFY02

(U) - Full Operational Capability 2QFY08

(U) T&E Milestones

(U) - Flight Test Start 2QFY00

(U) - Complete Flight Test 1QFY02

(U) Contract Milestones

(U) - LRIP 4QFY00

(U) - Full Rate Production 3QFY02

Training Systems

(U) Acquisition Milestones

(U) - Block D End H/W Development 2QFY00

(U) - Block D End S/W Development 2QFY00

(U) - Block D End H/W & S/W Integration 3QFY00

(U) - Block D End T&E 4QFY00

(U) - Block D Site Activation 4QFY00

(U) - Start Production WST Rehost 4QFY00

(U) - Start Block E EMD 1QFY01

(U) - Start Block F EMD 1QFY01

(U) - WST Rehost Delivery 1QFY01

(U) - Block D Delivery 2QFY01

(U) - Block D Production Units Installed 2QFY01

(U) - Block E Delivery 3QFY03



Weapons

(U) Acquisition Milestones

(U) - Full Operational Capability (GPS/Comm) 1QFY01

(U) - Full Operational Capability (JDAM/1760) 4QFY01

(U) - Required Assets Available (Computer) 1QFY02

(U) - Required Assets Available (WCMD) 1QFY02

(U) - Required Assets Available (JSOW/JASSM) 2QFY02

(U) - Full Operational Capability (WCMD) 1QFY04

(U) - Full Operational Capability (Computer) 4QFY06

(U) - Full Operational Capability (JSOW/JASSM) 4QFY06

(U) T&E Milestones

(U) - Begin Flight Test (Computer) 1QFY00

(U) - Begin Flight Test (WCMD) 1QFY00

(U) - Complete EMD/Flight Test (WCMD) 1QFY01

(U) - Complete Flight Test (Computer) 1QFY01

(U) - Begin Flight Test (JSOW/JASSM) 3QFY01

(U) - Complete Flight Test (JSOW/JASSM) 1QFY02

(U) Contract Milestones

(U) - Phase II Production (JDAM/1760) [Lot 2] 2QFY00

(U) - Phase II Production (WCMD) 3QFY01

(U) - Phase II Production (Computer) 3QFY01

(U) - Phase III Production (JSOW/JASSM) 2QFY02

(U) A. Project Cost Breakdown ($ in Thousands)
(U) DSUP FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
(U) Risk Reduction/Evaluation 11,091 19,023
(U) Contractor EMD 13,656 48,274 51,155
(U) Mission Planning System
(U) Contract Funding 7,600 9,014 9,576 9,873
(U) Training Systems
(U) IVACC 740
(U) ACA with Logicon 62 41 19
(U) A/W/E 521 1,817
(U) WST 1,898
(U) MTE computer rehost 1,511 3,117 708
(U) Block D 517 1,825 9,478
(U) Weapons
(U) Block D (JDAM/GPS/Comm/1760) 104,831 77,095 49,638 20
(U) PGM Acceleration 15,000
(U) Computer 13,340 29,845 49,069 49,294
(U) WCMD 2,389 8,006 10,295 9,022
(U) JSOW / JASSM 233 500 1,150 19,918
(U) Data Link Studies 5,239
(U) Government flight test 16,400 15,113 19,530 23,396
(U) GFE 284 4,848 1,634 1,402
(U) ECO 141 6,859 8,988 11,836
(U) CAAS 5,646 5,026 5,413 5,428
(U) Modeling & Simulation / Studies & Analyses 1,757 1,775 2,500 2,500
(U) OGC/Mission Support 4,817 6,974 6,428 6,377
(U) Total 186,940 207,930 216,886 199,718

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

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Product Development Organizations
(U) DSUP
(U) BNA SS/CPFF Aug 93 39,415 39,415 9,301 11,091 19,023 0 0 0 39,415
(U) BNA SS/CPAF May 97 200,496 200,496 0 0 13,656 48,274 51,155 87,411 200,496
(U) Mission Planning System
(U) Logicon1 CPAF Aug 94 46,418 46,418 0 7,325 8,564 9,426 9,723 11,380 46,418
(U) Lockheed- Martin CPAF Dec 95 1,325 1,325 0 275 450 150 150 300 1,325
(U) Training Systems
(U) Lockheed-Martin C/CPAF Jun 94 76,209 76,209 0 3,409 4,957 4,391 9,497 53,955 76,209
(U) Weapons
(U) BNA - CBUs SS/CPFF 93 4,960 4,960 4,960
(U) BNA - CBUs SS/CPFF Jan 94 16,307 16,307 16,307
(U) BNA-Link 16 TBD TBD 5,239 5,239 5,239 5,239
(U) BNA- PH IIA SS/CPFF Aug 93 84,049 84,049 84,049
(U) BNA- PH IIB SS/CPAF Mar 95 277,685 277,685 46,101 104,831 77,095 49,638 20 0 277,685
(U) TBD2 TBD TBD 15,000 15,000 0 15,000 0 0 0 0 15,000
(U) BNA-PH IIB3 SS/CPAF Feb 97 201,380 201,380 793 13,340 29,845 49,069 49,294 59,039 201,380
(U) BNA-PH IIB3 SS/CPAF Feb 97 39,103 39,103 0 2,389 8,006 10,295 9,022 9,391 39,103
(U) LORAL/QT C/CPAF Jun 94 3,631 3,631 3,631 0 0 0 0 0 3,631
(U) TBD-PH III TBD TBD 79,950 79,950 0 233 500 1,150 19,918 58,149 79,950


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Total Program


Support and Management Organizations
(U) CAAS Various Annual 41,754 41,754 6,409 5,646 5,026 5,413 5,428 13,832 41,754
(U) CAAS Various Annual 41,754 41,754 6,409 5,646 5,026 5,413 5,428 13,832
(U) Studies & Analyses / Modeling & Sim Various Various 21,672 21,672 8,340 1,757 1,775 2,500 2,500 4,800 21,672
(U) Mission Support Various Various 48,551 48,551 11,700 4,819 6,974 6,428 6,377 12,334 48,551
(U) ECO Various Various 47,660 47,660 144 141 6,859 8,988 11,836 19,692 47,660


Test and Evaluation Organizations
(U) DSUP
(U) AFFTC P.O. Various 66,068 66,068 108 400 1,000 2,730 16,220 45,610 66,068
(U) Weapons
(U) AFFTC P.O. Various 99,760 99,760 10,788 16,000 14,113 16,800 7,176 34,883 99,760

1NOTE: Funded under the AFMSS Program, Program Element #0208006F in FY94 and FY95. Funded under the JDAM program, Program Element #0604618F in FY95.

2NOTE: PGM Accleration funds will be reprogrammed to BP1100.

3NOTE: ECP to Phase IIB contract for computer upgrade and WCMD integration EMD.



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

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Total Program
Product Development Property
(U) DSUP
(U) Various Various Various Various 0 0 3,500 710 720 1,888 6,818
(U) Weapons
(U) Various Various Various Various 526 284 1,348 924 682 692 4,456


Support and Management Property


Test and Evaluation Property


Subtotal Product Development 165,668 158,177 172,183 174,027 150,181 282,205 1,102,441
Subtotal Support and Management 26,593 12,282 20,634 23,329 26,141 50,658 159,637
Subtotal Test and Evaluation 10,896 16,481 15,113 19,530 23,396 80,493 165,909
Total Project 203,157 186,940 207,930 216,886 199,718 413,356 1,427,987