FY98 Program Element Descriptive Summaries / RDDS

0604239F F-22 EMD

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
4069 Advanced Tactical Fighter - FSD 2,154,196 1,818,462 2,071,234 1,464,782 1,132,961 974,208 765,429 169,434 0 22,398,214
Quantity of RDT&E Articles 0 1 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 9*

*Unit cost of RDT&E articles not separately priced.

(U) A. Mission Description and Budget Item Justification

This program is in budget activity 5 - Engineering and Manufacturing Development, Research Category 6.4 because the F-22 Program is developing the next-generation air superiority fighter for the USAF to counter emerging worldwide threats. The F-22 is designed to penetrate enemy airspace and achieve a first look, first kill capability against multiple targets. The F-22 is characterized by a low observable, highly maneuverable airframe, advanced integrated avionics, and aerodynamic performance that allows supersonic cruise without the use of afterburner. The F-22 is currently in the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase of acquisition and plans to release long lead production funding for Lot 1 aircraft in FY98. The EMD contract is Cost Plus Award Fee with Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems (LMAS) and Pratt & Whitney (P&W) to produce the F119 engines. The engines are provided to LMAS as Government Furnished Equipment (GFE).

The EMD phase effort consists of:

- Design, development, fabrication, test and delivery of nine flight test vehicles and two ground test vehicles (static and fatigue).

- Design, development, fabrication, and delivery of 26 flight qualified engines.

- Design, development, fabrication, integration, and test of the EMD avionics suite including air-to-surface provision.

- Updating the YF-22 Avionics Flying Laboratory with EMD assets and software to become a Flying Test Bed (FTB) to support avionics integration.

- Design, development, and test of F-22 weapons system support and training system.

- Renovation of facilities at Edwards Air Force Base (AFB) in support of the F-22 program.

Note: Total Cost includes $3,779,811 of Demonstration and Validation funding prior to FY92 funded in PE 0603230F.



















(U) FY 1996 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $1,208,489 Air Vehicle

- Continued assembly of Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) aircraft #1. (NSP)

- Initiated assembly of EMD aircraft #2. (NSP)

- Software Block 0 released. (NSP)

- Fabricated Support System elements for F-22 first flight. (NSP)

- Completed Training System Requirements Description Review Update. (NSP)

- Completed fabrication and delivery of Support Equipment in support of final assembly. (NSP)

- Fabricated and delivered Support Equipment to support flight test. (NSP)

(U) $551,000 Avionics

- Began mission software Block 2 detailed design. (NSP)

- Conducted mission software Block 2 PDR. (NSP)

- Completed mission software Block 1 coding. (NSP)

- Inertial Reference System (IRS) first article delivered. (NSP)

- Initiated mission software Block 3 design. (NSP)

- Continued Flying Test Bed (FTB) design/kit fabrication. (NSP)

(U) $299,168 Engine

- Continued engine development test program and initial flight clearance qualification. (NSP)

- Added (2) ground test engines (7 total). (NSP)

- Built and tested initial flight test engines. (NSP)

- Delivered and validated engine support system products. (NSP)

(U) $95,539 Other Government Cost

- Manpower, computer networks, control room modifications at Edwards AFB

- Continued support of engine development test program

- Started sled test program at Holloman AFB

- Further stores separation and bay acoustics wind tunnel testing at Arnold Engineering Development Center (AEDC)

- Phase II aperture measurements at Rome Labs, and first session variable sidestick controller testing at VISTA labs

- Mission support of the SPO; travel, computer costs, training, communications, misc contracts, etc.

- Procurement of required government furnished equipment (GFE)

(U) $2,154,196 Total








(U) FY 1997 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $978,012 Air Vehicle

- Complete assembly of Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) aircraft #1. (NSP)

- Continue assembly of EMD aircraft #2. (NSP)

- Initiate assembly of EMD aircraft #3. (NSP)

- Conduct Interim Production Readiness Review (PRR). (NSP)

- Conduct First Flight Readiness Review (FRR). (NSP)

- Conduct F-22 first flight. (NSP)

- Begin installation systems on Flying Test Bed (FTB) (NSP)

- Initiate structural modification of Flying Test Bed (FTB). (NSP)

- Initiate assembly of static article. (NSP)

- Tech order data for First Development Test & Evaluation (DT&E) aircraft available. (NSP)

- Integrated Maintenance Information System (IMIS) for flight test available. (NSP)

- Supply Support Provisioning Management System implemented. (NSP)

- Complete initial supportability assessment. (NSP)

(U) $545,250 Avionics

- Complete Block 1 Computer Software Component (CSC) integration. (NSP)

- Continue Avionics Integration Laboratory (AIL) integration in preparation of Block 1 integration testing. (NSP)

- Initiate FTB modifications, fabrication, and installation, conduct air worthiness review. (NSP)

- Complete mission software Block 2 coding and unit test. (NSP)

- Conduct mission software Block 3 Preliminary Design Review (PDR). (NSP)

(U) $209,000 Engine

-Initiate production engine qualification testing (NSP)

-Deliver and support initial flight test engines (NSP)

-Begin verification of engine support system products (NSP)

-Continue engine development test program and complete initial flight clearance qualification (NSP)

-Add one ground test engine (8 total) (NSP)

-Continue to build and test additional flight test engines (NSP)

(U) $86,200 Other Government Cost

- Manpower and flight test support at Edwards AFB.

- Continued support of engine testing.

- Continue sled test program at Holloman AFB.

- Further phase II aperture measurements at Rome Labs, second session variable sidestick controller testing at VISTA labs.

- Additional stores separation wind tunnel testing at AEDC.

- Mission support of the SPO; travel, computer costs, training, communications, misc contracts, etc.

- Procurement of required government furnished equipment (GFE).

(U) $1,818,462 Total


(U) FY 1998 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $1,284,261 Air Vehicle

- Complete assembly of Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) aircraft #2. (NSP)

- Continue assembly of EMD aircraft #3. (NSP)

- Initiate assembly of EMD aircraft # 4 and #5. (NSP)

- Conduct final Production Readiness Review (PRR) (NSP)

- Continue systems installations on Flying Test Bed (FTB) (NSP)

- Initiate assembly of fatigue article. (NSP)

- Begin static test (NSP)

(U) $434,560 Avionics

- Complete Avionics Integration Laboratory (AIL) Block 1 integration (NSP)

- Continue incorporating Avionics hardware into the FTB (NSP)

- Begin testing avionics software on the FTB (NSP)

- Begin mission software Block 2 integration (NSP)

- Begin AIL integration in preparation of Block 2 integration testing (NSP)

- Conduct mission software Block 3 Critical Design Review (CDR) (NSP)

- Complete mission software Block 3 code and unit test (NSP)

- Begin mission software Block 3 integration (NSP)

- Deliver and install avionics hardware on the first avionics test aircraft (NSP)

(U) $221,413 Engine

- Continue production engine qualification testing (NSP)

- Continue to deliver and support flight test engines (NSP)

- Continue verification of engine support system products (NSP)

- Continue to build and test additional flight test engines (NSP)

(U) $131,000 Other Government Cost

- Manpower, flight test and flight test support at Edwards AFB

- Continued support of engine testing

- Completion of stores separation testing at AEDC

- Completion of sled test program at Holloman AFB

- Continue aperture measurements at Rome Labs

- Avionics ground testing at various government test facilities

- Mission support of the SPO; travel, computer costs, misc contracts, etc.

- Procurement of required government furnished equipment (GFE)

(U) $2,071,234 Total


(U) FY 1999 ($ in Thousands):
(U) $853,971 Air Vehicle

- Complete assembly of EMD aircraft #3 and #4. (NSP)

- Continue assembly of EMD aircraft #5. (NSP)

- Initiate assembly of EMD aircraft #6-8. (NSP)

- First Flight Readiness Review (FRR) for aircraft #4. (NSP)

- Begin fatigue test. (NSP)

(U) $313,288 Avionics

- First flight of the first avionics test aircraft (NSP)

- Continue testing avionics software on the FTB (NSP)

- Complete mission software Block 2 integration (NSP)

- Complete Avionics Integration Laboratory (AIL) Block 2 integration (NSP)

- Complete mission software Block 3 integration (NSP)

- Begin AIL integration in preparation of Block 3 integration testing (NSP)

(U) $178,423 Engine

- Continue to deliver and support flight test engines (NSP)

- Continue verification of engine support system products (NSP)

- Continue building and testing flight test engines (NSP)

(U) $119,100 Other Government Cost

- Manpower, flight test, and flight test support at Edwards AFB

- Continued support of engine testing

- Completion of aperture measurements at Rome Labs

- Continued avionics ground testing at various government facilities

- Mission support of the SPO; travel, computer costs, misc contracts, etc.

- Procurement of required government furnished equipment (GFE)

(U) $1,464,782 Total


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



FY 1996


FY 1997


FY 1998


FY 1999
Total

Cost

(U) Previous President's Budget 2,164,897 2,002,959 2,214,512 1,418,283 21,181,483
(U) Appropriated Value 2,238,718 1,906,021
(U) Adjustments to Appropriated Value
a. General Congressional Reductions -43,830 -38,130 -81,960
b. SBIR -29,987 -47,653 -77,640
c. Omnibus & Other Above Threshold Reprogramming
d. BTR 1,200 1,200
e. Rescission -11,905 -1,776 -13,681
(U) Adjustments to Budget Years Since FY97 PB -143,278 46,499 1,388,812
(U) Current Budget Submit/FY98 PB 2,154,196 1,818,462 2,071,234 1,464,782 22,398,214






(U) Change Summary Explanation:

Funding: (FY98 PB)

- The appropriated value was adjusted for general congressional reductions by $43.8M in FY96 and $38.1M in FY97.

- The appropriated value was adjusted for SBIR reductions by $29.9M in FY96 and $47.6M in FY97.

- The appropriated value was adjusted for BTR increase by $1.2M in FY96 for Air Force Electronic Key Management System.

- The appropriated value was adjusted for rescissions by $11.9M in FY96 for Bosnia and $1.7M cancellation of RDT&E funds in FY97, section 8138.

- The adjustments to budget years since the FY97 PB include deferral of the F-22 B model, deletion of funding for one PPV aircraft and 3 engines,and reductions for non-pay inflation and miscellaneous RDT&E adjustments. The results of the Joint Estimate Team (JET) have been incorporated, including deletion of remaining 3 PPV aircraft and 9 engines with the funds retained.

Schedule: (FY98 PB)

- The restructured program recommended by the JET incorporates more time to develop and test the avionics system which delays the completion of DT&E, the start and completion of dedicated IOT&E, the Milestone III decision for high rate production, and full contract award for high rate production.

- The following EMD aircraft deliveries have slipped: #3 from FY98 to FY99, #5-6 from FY99 to FY00 and #8-9 from FY00 to FY01.

Technical: (FY98 PB) 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

Complete

Total

Cost

(U) Military Construction (PE 0604239F) 12,100 4,390 0 0 0 0 0 **21,040
(U) Military Construction (PE 0207219F) 0 0 0 7,440 0 0 184,873 192,313
(U) Aircraft Procurement (PE 0207219F) 0 81,262 80,864 937,146 1,743,862 2,689,122 3,576,433 4,853,980 34,290,646 48,253,315


* F-22 MILCON funding zeroed in FY00-03 must be programmed in the next budget cycle to meet beddown requirements.

** Includes $4,550M of FY95 & prior funds.

The aircraft procurement costs represent the JET estimate incorporating the Tier I and Tier II initiatives which are cost avoidance program enhancements.























(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) Aircraft Delivered (EMD Test Article) 1 1 1 1
Program Milestones

- DAB Review LRIP LL

- DAB MS III, 4QFY03











X
Engineering Milestones

- Mid Fuselage Delivery

- First Flight Test Engine Delivery

- First Flight

- Final PRR

- First Avionics Flight



X

X













X














X




















X
T&E Milestones

- DT&E First Flight

- Dedicated IOT&E, 4QFY02



X


EMD = Engineering & Manufacturing Development, DAB = Defense Acquisition Board, LRIP = Low Rate Initial Production, LL = Long Lead, MS = Milestone, DT&E = Developmental Test & Evaluation, IOT&E = Initial Operational Test & Evaluation





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

FY 1996 FY 1997 FY 1998 FY 1999
(U) Air Vehicle/Avionics 1,759,489 1,523,262 1,718,821 1,167,259
(U) Engine 299,168 209,000 221,413 178,423
(U) Government Cost

- Government Test

- Mission Support

- HAZMAT

- GFE



67,404

18,460

0

9,675



55,200

16,000

2,500

12,500



74,800

15,000

25,000

16,200



78,500

14,000

23,000

3,600

(U) Total 2,154,196 1,818,462 2,071,234 1,464,782


(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
Lockheed (Air Veh) C/CPAF Aug 91 11,755,300 14,829,104 6,544,394 1,759,489 1,523,262 1,718,821 1,167,259 2,115,879 14,829,104
Pratt & Whitney C/CPAF Aug 91 1,971,160 2,503,894 1,320,437 299,168 209,000 221,413 178,423 275,453 2,503,894


Support and Management Organizations
Support Contracts Various Various 6,655 1,500 4,000 27,247 25,303 31,813 96,518
In House Support Various Various 45,324 16,960 14,500 12,753 11,697 48,187 149,421


Test and Evaluation Organizations
AEDC PO 90,070 21,850 18,300 21,300 10,700 11,100 173,320
AFFTC PO 36,153 35,438 27,100 43,300 59,500 553,500 754,991
All Other Tests Various Various 11,738 10,116 9,800 10,200 8,300 1,300 51,454


* Note: The Project Office EAC includes the following items not included in the Performing Activity (ie Contractor) EAC - Base Fee, Award Fee, SPO Planned CCPs (Bogey List), SPO FY96 POM initiatives not yet on contract, E,C,R Firm Risk Items, and other adjustments based on results of the Joint Estimate Team (JET).



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

Government Furnished Property:





Item

Description

Contract Method/Type or Funding Vehicle

Award or Obligation Date




Delivery

Date



Total

Prior to

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1997





Budget

FY 1998





Budget

FY 1999





Budget to Complete




Total Program
Product Development Property
GFE Various Various Various 12,926 9,675 12,500 16,200 3,600 4,800 59,701


Support and Management Property
N/A N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Test and Evaluation Property
N/A N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0








Item

Description



Total

Prior to

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1996





Budget

FY 1997





Budget

FY 1998





Budget

FY 1999





Budget to Complete




Total Program


Subtotal Product Development


7,877,757


2,068,332


1,744,762


1,956,434


1,349,282


2,396,132


17,392,699
Subtotal Support and Management 51,979 18,460 18,500 40,000 37,000 80,000 245,939
Subtotal Test and Evaluation 137,961 67,404 55,200 74,800 78,500 565,900 979,765
Total Project *11,847,508 2,154,196 1,818,462 2,071,234 1,464,782 3,042,032 *22,398,214


* Includes $3,779,811 of Demonstration and Validation funding prior to FY 92 funded in PE 0603230F.

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