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Bonjour à tous,

Le F-35 est l'avenir de beaucoup de forces aériennes, il remplacera les F-16, A-10, Harrier et autres. Je propose que soient postées ici, si vous êtres d'accord, toutes les infos au sujet du F-35. Merci de m'avoir lu.

Article (en anglais) fort intéressant sur l'avion qui comprend un pdf avec les différents armements que pourra emporter le F-35, tant en soutes, que sous les ailes. Furtif, moins furtif...

http://www.codeonemagazine.com/archives/2007/articles/apr_07/lightningstrike/index.html

Dans cet autre article, une image montre qu'il serait aussi possible de rajouter de l'armement en bout d'aile, info, intox?

http://www.codeonemagazine.com/archives/2002/articles/arp_02/jsf/index.html

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Le F-35B réalise son premier appontage sur un bâtiment de l'US Navy

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L'USS Wasp, ici avec des MV-22 Osprey (© : US NAVY)

Un grand jour l'US Navy, le Marine Corps et les industriels réunis autour de Lockheed Martin. Pour la première fois, l'avion à décollage court et appontage vertical F-35B s'est posé sur un bâtiment de la marine américaine. La manoeuvre s'est déroulée lundi, en Atlantique, à bord du porte-hélicoptères d'assaut USS Wasp (LHD 1), avec l'avion d'essais BF-02, aux commandes duquel était un pilote d'essais de l'US Marine Corps. « Ca s'est passé exactement comme nous l'avions prévu et cela a été possible grâce au travail et à la préparation menés par le Wasp et l'équipe JSF », a expliqué le lieutenant colonel Fred Schenk après son appontage sur le LHD. Le colonel Roger Cordell, du corps des Marines, s'est également montré enthousiaste : « Le premier appontage à la mer est un énorme jalon. Nous sommes encore tôt dans la période de tests, et nous espérons en apprendre beaucoup plus, mais nous franchissons un grand pas vers la livraison de cette nouvelle capacité à la flotte ».

Ce premier appontage vertical a marqué le début des essais initiaux à la mer du F-35B, une première phase prévue pour durer deux semaines à bord du Wasp. L'objectif est de tester l'appareil pour les appontages et décollages verticaux depuis le pont d'un navire à la mer. Cette campagne va également permettre d'évaluer le comportement du F-35B avec les systèmes de lancement du bâtiment, ainsi que son intégration dans les opérations de pont et dans le hangar. Enfin, ingénieurs et militaires profiteront de ces essais pour collecter des informations, notamment à l'aide de capteurs, afin de mesurer l'impact du F-35B sur le pont d'envol. En tout, trois campagnes d'essais à la mer sont pour le moment programmées.



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Après avoir vu la vidéo je me dis qu'il est tout de même impressionnant cet avion.
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Après avoir vu la vidéo je me dis qu'il est tout de même impressionnant cet avion.

Oui il est impressionnant

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ATLANTIC OCEAN (Oct. 4, 2011) Lt. Col. Fred Schenk lifts an F-35B Lightning II off the flight deck of the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1). The F-35B is the Marine Corps Joint Strike Force variant of the Joint Strike Fighter. The aircraft is undergoing testing aboard Wasp.


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Chief Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Handling) Kristopher Smith gives the thumbs up for pilot Lt. Col. Fred Schenk to lift an F-35B Lightning II off the flight deck of the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1). The F-35B is the Marine Corps Joint Strike Force variant of the Joint Strike Fighter. The aircraft is undergoing testing aboard Wasp.


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ATLANTIC OCEAN (Oct. 3, 2011) An aviation boatswain's mate directs an F-35B Lightning II after it completes the first vertical landing on a flight deck at sea aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1). The F-35B is the Marine Corps Joint Strike Force variant of the Joint Strike Fighter and is designed for short takeoff and vertical landing on Navy amphibious ships.


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ATLANTIC OCEAN (Oct. 4, 2011) An F-35B Lightning II is secured in the hangar bay aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1). The F-35B is the Marine Corps Joint Strike Force variant of the Joint Strike Fighter. The aircraft is undergoing testing aboard Wasp.





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Lockheed to offer F-35 work to Japan firms to win bid



(Reuters) - U.S. aerospace and defense contractor Lockheed Martin (LMT.N) said on Thursday it will offer final assembly of the F-35 fighter to Japanese firms in a bid for a defense contract from Tokyo.

Lockheed, seeking to bolster its chances of winning a bid to supply warplanes worth as much as $8 billion to Japan, said it will also offer manufacture of major components, maintenance work and engine assembly of the F-35 to Japanese firms.

The F-35 "has taken our industry and partners to a new level," John Balderston, the campaign director for Lockheed's bid, told reporters at a Tokyo hotel where the company was displaying a mockup of the plane.

"It will put Japanese aerospace into the lead," Balderston said, referring to what Lockheed says is its more advanced technology than rivals.

Lockheed's F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is competing for an order to replace aging F-4 Phantom fighters in Japan against Boeing's (BA.N) F/A 18 Super Hornet and the Typhoon, made by a consortium of European firms including EADS (EAD.PA), Britain's BAE Systems (BAES.L) and Italy's Finmeccanica (SIFI.MI).

Japan rarely buys European equipment, preferring to arm its military with U.S. or Japan designed weapons, and the 40-plane order is expected to go to either Lockheed or Boeing.

While the newer design of Lockheed's F-35 has an edge in stealth technology, cost overruns and schedule slips have cast doubts over its prospects.

The Pentagon said on Wednesday it expects to finish a "should cost" estimate for the next batch of F-35s this month.

Officials estimate it will cost $382 billion to build 2,447 of the jets for the U.S. military, but Pentagon chief arms buyer Ashton Carter has pledged to push that down to a far lower "should cost" level.

American arms makers have typically farmed out much of the production to Japanese companies, including Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (7011.T), Kawasaki Heavy Industries (7012.T) and IHI (7013.T) as part of past agreements to supply equipment to Japan's army, navy and air force.

Boeing executive Phillip Mills told Reuters last month that local defense contractors could build three-quarters of the Super Hornet's components under license if Japan picked the aircraft

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BAE Systems F-35 Night Vision Goggle Helmet Mounted Display with Q-SIGHT®


LONDON, United Kingdom – BAE Systems has been selected by Lockheed Martin, prime contractor for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), to supply a Night Vision Goggle Helmet Mounted Display (NVG HMD) system for the F-35 during the next phase of its development. The NVG HMD will incorporate the latest Q-SIGHT™ waveguide display and feature detachable Night Vision Goggles for night operations. It will also incorporate an optical Head Tracking System for precise weapons delivery and carrier and land-based operations. The highly accurate optical head trackers allow the HMD to achieve traditional Head-Up Display (HUD) accuracies and Primary Flight Reference criteria.

BAE Systems will begin delivery of test assets in 2012 to support the F-35 development and integration laboratories, flight simulators, and flight-test platforms.

The F-35 JSF is revolutionising the way information is collected and presented to the pilot and the NVG HMD is planned to integrate with development work to date. The precise optics and head tracker combination enables F-35 weapons delivery, navigation, landing and aircraft management under all flight regimes. The HMD’s modular design will allow for a path to binocular visor-projected displays, alternate image sources and Night Vision Cameras, depending on customer requirements and program needs.

”BAE Systems Electronic Systems is proud to be a part of the Lockheed Martin team for the F-35 HMD,” said Jim Garceau, vice president and general manager of defence avionics for BAE Systems. “The NVG HMD will enable all aspects of flight operations and it allows us to build on our long history of successful development programs with Lockheed Martin on the F-35, F-16 and F-22 programs.”

BAE Systems is a world leader in Helmet-Mounted Display Systems, a position gained through continuous investment in HMD technology and innovation. The company is proud to support the F-35 program with the next generation of Helmet Mounted Displays.

BAE Systems provides a range of display products including Q-SIGHT™ monocular helmets, binocular visor-projected helmets and digital HUDs.
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Dempsey ‘Concerned’ Whether U.S. Can Afford Three F-35 Models


U.S. Army General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, expressed concern today whether the Pentagon can afford all three models of the Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT) F-35 jet. “Three variants creates some fiscal challenges for us,” Dempsey said in his first congressional testimony since becoming chairman. “I’m concerned about the three variants and about whether we can afford all three,” he told the House Armed Services Committee about the $382 billion program, the Pentagon’s most expensive.
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The U.S. Air Force’s Air Combat Command has results from a Booz Allen Hamilton study commissioned to explore whether an alternative ejection seat for the Joint Strike Fighter could produce savings over the life of the aircraft for the service.

But the command is neither releasing the study nor discussing its findings. Spokesman say the data is “predecisional” and others suggest the data in the study is proprietary.

However, a source familiar with the results suggests that the study did find savings if the Air Force opts to switch away from the Martin Baker US16E design now planned for all three F-35 variants. The alternative is Goodrich’s ACES 5 seat, which is designed from the ACES 2 seat family now operating on F-16, F-15, F-22, B-1 and B-2 aircraft.

At issue for the Air Force, which is slated for now to buy 1,763 F-35As, is whether savings can be garnered through a family of systems approach to ejection seats. Some officials suggest that common training, support, maintenance and management of the seats are worth the switch for the service.

Adding to the rationale is that Goodrich is the sole remaining ejection seat supplier in the United States. The ACES seat family, originally designed by McDonnell Douglas, was later purchased by Goodrich and is now marketed by that company. Without a ride on the F-35, which many say could be the last manned fighter purchased by the U.S. Air Force, Goodrich’s ejection seat business could be at its end.

A USAF decision away from the UK-made Martin Baker seat, however, could be viewed as a snub by the Pentagon against its top tier partner, London.

As the largest single buyer of the F-35, an Air Force shift to a new seat is also being seen by some JSF advocates as potentially disruptive during an already precarious time for a program already under the microscope.

As the single largest defense program, the Joint Strike Fighter is under extreme financial scrutiny now. And, its sheer size makes it a sure thing for budget cuts; this leaves F-35 advocates scrambling to protect the project as much as possible. The idea of a new seat is seen as rocking the boat at a time with the need for stability is paramount.

In the meantime, the U.S. military services are combing their portfolios looking for savings. So, if there are indeed savings to be had by adopting a new seat, the Air Force could offer that up as a way to provide value back to the Pentagon and taxpayer. And, perhaps, it could save from having to cut too many tails out of the buy.
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Lockheed Martin Delivers First F-35 Weapons Load Training System to Eglin Air Force Base


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Lockheed Martin delivered and installed the first weapons load training device at the F-35 integrated pilot-and-maintenance training center (ITC) at Eglin Air Force Base’s 33rd Fighter Wing.

Configured in all three variants of the F-35 Lightning II, the system allows maintenance students to hone their skills loading munitions, fuel tanks and missile systems onto the aircraft. The system is the first of up to five possible weapons load trainers to be delivered to the ITC.

Designed to be identical to the F-35 aircraft, the weapons load training simulators enable training to take place without removing aircraft from the flight schedule. As part of F-35 maintainer training, the systems will complement classroom academics and additional hands-on experience.

“We are focused on delivering an agile training capability to the newest crop of fifth-generation pilots and maintainers,” said Joanne Puglisi, director of F-35 training and support at Lockheed Martin’s Global Training and Logistics business. “By tailoring devices and sharing resources across the training domain, we will provide even greater affordability for the services and our F-35 partner countries.”

This is the latest step in final preparation of the F-35 ITC. Earlier this year, the first two F-35 full mission simulators were installed, joining the aircraft systems maintenance trainer, the ejection seat maintenance trainer, the mission rehearsal trainer and pilot training aids. The full mission simulator system is the highest fidelity trainer in the F-35 pilot-training-device suite, accurately replicating all F-35 sensors and weapons deployment.

The F-35 ITC at Eglin AFB will be home to the latest courseware, electronic classrooms, simulators and flight events. A balance of skill and knowledge training is woven into the program with interactive courseware, desktop simulators and high-fidelity training devices.

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ATLANTIC OCEAN (Oct 15, 2011) BF-02, front, and BF-04, two Marine Corps variants of the F-35B Lighting II Joint Strike Fighter, are secured on the flight deck of the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1) during sea trials. The F-35B is capable of short takeoffs and vertical landings for use on amphibious ships or expeditionary airfields to provide air power to the Marine Air Ground Task Force. (U.S. Navy photo/Released)


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ATLANTIC OCEAN (Oct 15, 2011) BF-04, front, a Marine Corps variant of the F-35B Lighting II Joint Strike Fighter, maneuvers after a vertical landing as BF-02 approaches the flight deck for landing on the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1). The F-35B is capable of short takeoffs and vertical landings for use on amphibious ships or expeditionary airfields to provide air power to the Marine Air Ground Task Force. (U.S. Navy photo By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tommy Lamkin/Released)


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ATLANTIC OCEAN (Oct. 15, 2011) Spectators, including Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) the Honorable Ray Mabus observe an F-35B Lightning II land aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHA 1). SECNAV along with the Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos embarked aboard Wasp to get a first hand look at the Marine Corps Joint Strike Force variant of the Joint Strike Fighter during sea trials. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Sam Shavers/Released)



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OTTAWA - Canada's new multibillion-dollar stealth fighters are expected to arrive without the built-in capacity to communicate from the country's most northerly regions — a gap the air force is trying to close.

A series of briefings given to the country's top air force commander last year expressed concern that the F-35's radio and satellite communications gear may not be as capable as that of the current CF-18s, which recently went through an extensive modernization.

Military aircraft operating in the high Arctic rely almost exclusively on satellite communications, where a pilot's signal is beamed into space and bounced back down to a ground station.

The F-35 Lightning will eventually have the ability to communicate with satellites, but the software will not be available in the initial production run, said a senior Lockheed Martin official, who spoke on background.

It is expected to be added to the aircraft when production reaches its fourth phase in 2019, but that is not guaranteed because research is still underway.

"That hasn't all been nailed down yet," said the official. "As you can imagine there are a lot of science projects going on, exploring what is the best . . . capability, what satellites will be available."

Additionally, Canada's request to have the upgrade placed in the fourth phase will compete with software changes sought by other countries. Norway, for example, wants to use its own missiles on the F-35 rather than U.S.-made weapons.

Defending the Arctic is one of the Harper government's key justifications for buying the aircraft, which are estimated to cost between $16 and $30 billion, including long-term maintenance.

A Defence Department spokesman denied that the F-35's communications suite will be less effective than that of CF-18s, but acknowledged that so-called beyond-line-of-sight communications is a concern.

"Communications in the Arctic represents a specific challenge to all aircraft due to lack of satellite coverage in the north," said Evan Koronewski in an email response. "Canada is working closely with the other partner nations to ensure Canadian operational requirements for communications in the Arctic are met."

Air force planners recognized the problem last year and are "considering a back-up," said an April 2010 briefing.

A study is looking at whether an external communications pod can be installed on the F-35.

Koronewski said it is one of "many options" being investigated, but wasn't able to discuss other potential solutions.

The sophisticated pods, which are carried by the CF-18s, were purchased as part of the $2.6-billion fleet upgrade, which began in 2000.

The briefing to the chief of air staff noted that installing such pods could be made more affordable if other countries participated.

The communications problem is just one of several technical issues the air force is working on.

National Defence has asked the U.S. manufacturer whether it's possible to install a different air-to-air refuelling system on Canadian F-35s. Most other air forces in the world have stopped using what's known as a "probe and drogue" connection, opting instead for a plug-in receptacle which connects to a boom on the tanker aircraft.

The request was made because it's unclear when Canada will able to upgrade its air-to-air refuellers with the booms. Lockheed Martin says it can equip the F-35s to use both systems, but a decision on whether to spend money on modification has yet to be made
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OTTAWA - Canada's new multibillion-dollar stealth fighters are expected to arrive without the built-in capacity to communicate from the country's most northerly regions — a gap the air force is trying to close.

A series of briefings given to the country's top air force commander last year expressed concern that the F-35's radio and satellite communications gear may not be as capable as that of the current CF-18s, which recently went through an extensive modernization.

Military aircraft operating in the high Arctic rely almost exclusively on satellite communications, where a pilot's signal is beamed into space and bounced back down to a ground station.

The F-35 Lightning will eventually have the ability to communicate with satellites, but the software will not be available in the initial production run, said a senior Lockheed Martin official, who spoke on background.

It is expected to be added to the aircraft when production reaches its fourth phase in 2019, but that is not guaranteed because research is still underway.

"That hasn't all been nailed down yet," said the official. "As you can imagine there are a lot of science projects going on, exploring what is the best . . . capability, what satellites will be available."

Additionally, Canada's request to have the upgrade placed in the fourth phase will compete with software changes sought by other countries. Norway, for example, wants to use its own missiles on the F-35 rather than U.S.-made weapons.

Defending the Arctic is one of the Harper government's key justifications for buying the aircraft, which are estimated to cost between $16 and $30 billion, including long-term maintenance.

A Defence Department spokesman denied that the F-35's communications suite will be less effective than that of CF-18s, but acknowledged that so-called beyond-line-of-sight communications is a concern.

"Communications in the Arctic represents a specific challenge to all aircraft due to lack of satellite coverage in the north," said Evan Koronewski in an email response. "Canada is working closely with the other partner nations to ensure Canadian operational requirements for communications in the Arctic are met."

Air force planners recognized the problem last year and are "considering a back-up," said an April 2010 briefing.

A study is looking at whether an external communications pod can be installed on the F-35.

Koronewski said it is one of "many options" being investigated, but wasn't able to discuss other potential solutions.

The sophisticated pods, which are carried by the CF-18s, were purchased as part of the $2.6-billion fleet upgrade, which began in 2000.

The briefing to the chief of air staff noted that installing such pods could be made more affordable if other countries participated.

The communications problem is just one of several technical issues the air force is working on.

National Defence has asked the U.S. manufacturer whether it's possible to install a different air-to-air refuelling system on Canadian F-35s. Most other air forces in the world have stopped using what's known as a "probe and drogue" connection, opting instead for a plug-in receptacle which connects to a boom on the tanker aircraft.

The request was made because it's unclear when Canada will able to upgrade its air-to-air refuellers with the booms. Lockheed Martin says it can equip the F-35s to use both systems, but a decision on whether to spend money on modification has yet to be made
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http://www.opex360.com/2011/10/24/les-f-35-canadiens-seront-moins-performants-que-les-cf-18-pour-communiquer-dans-le-grand-nord/

2019, ce n'est que 3 ans après la mise en services des F35 canadien, ce qui n'est pas grand chose.
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By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW/AW) Tommy Lamkin, USS Wasp Public Affairs

NORFOLK (NNS) -- Amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1) returned to its homeport of Naval Station Norfolk Oct. 21 after spending three weeks at sea hosting the initial sea trials of the F-35B Lightning II, Joint Strike Fighter (JSF).

The first F-35B landed on WASP's flight deck Oct. 3, beginning an 18-day test period for the aircraft. During the testing, two F-35B Marine Corps test jets (BF-2 and BF-4) accomplished vertical landings and short take-offs under various conditions.

While underway, the world's first supersonic short take-off, vertical landing (STOVL) fighter logged more than 28 hours of flight time and completed 72 short take-offs and 72 vertical landings. Wasp crew members worked around the clock with pilots, engineers, mechanics and a wide-array of aeronautical professionals, both military and civilian to meet the mission of the F-35B sea trials.

"Wasp Air Department personnel and the JSF team started working together from day one," said Lt. Cmdr. Michael Curcio, Wasp's assistant air officer and JSF program officer. "Starting initially with the leadership interacting to set the vision for the ship trials, we worked a top-down approach to gradually bring in more people from each respective team.

"This ensured that, from planning to execution, every detail was tended to and no stone was left unturned. Ultimately, this group was well ahead of the power curve at every juncture," he said.

The Wasp and the JSF team have prepared for these sea trials for more than a year. The ship, which typically accommodates the AV-8B Harrier, had to receive modifications and installation of test monitoring equipment in preparation for the F-35B's arrival.

"We used Harrier operations as a baseline from which to deviate. Working with the JSF team, we identified the operational differences between the AV-8B and the F-35B, and we trained to those differences." said Curcio.
The trials are the first of three scheduled sea based developmental test events for the STOVL variant. One of the goals was to collect environmental data on the deck using instrumentation to measure the F-35B's sound, power, and thermal impact during flight operations.

Ansis Kalnajs, better known as "AK," a topside design and integration technical warrant for Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), and his team of 31 engineers, collected data to capture the effects of the F-35 on flight deck and superstructure components.

"We have been collecting data on how the main engine affects deck edge equipment," said Kalnajs, "as well as thermal load stresses to the structure and the acoustic effects."

"We got a sufficient amount of data and really good assessments for the road ahead," he said.

Also being tested is a newer non-skid deck surface, Thermion, which is supported by a mechanical bond of ceramic and aluminum that makes the surface more resistant to extreme heat and better endures the wear and tear of flight operations. The Thermion covers landing spot nine on the flight deck, a small area used for vertical landings.

"The Thermion shows no signs of heat stress, which is good for the F-35, and eventually good for all surface ships," said Kalnajs.

During the testing period the Wasp and JSF team demonstrated the F-35B's at-sea capabilities for the Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus; Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. James Amos; senior military officers; and JSF international partners as well as members of the national media.

The testing for the F-35 and its sea-based operations will continue over the next several years.
"It is imperative that we build off that basic knowledge for the next sea trials," said Curcio.

The next sea trial, DT-2 is scheduled for 2013 after Wasp receives additional modifications for F-35B operations.

The F-35B is one of three Joint Strike Fighter variants. The 'B' was designed for use by the U.S. Marine Corps, and is capable of short take-offs and vertical landings for use on amphibious ships or expeditionary airfields to provide air power to the Marine Air-Ground Task Force. The F-35B will replace the AV- 8B Harrier and will continue test and evaluation at Naval Air Station Patuxent River prior to delivery to the fleet.

For more news, visit www.navy.mil.






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F-35 integrated test force personnel and F-35C test aircraft CF-3 returned to NAS Patuxent River last week after completing two major catapult test events.

Starting this past summer, the test team put the carrier variant of the Joint Strike Fighter through its first set of catapult launches. The goal was to complete an initial structural survey of the aircraft to withstand launch stresses and the impact of steam ingestion into the engine.
“The testing went very well,” said Tom Chaillou, lead government ship suitability engineer. “The aircraft completed the structural survey, and the steam ingestion was a non-factor. The team spent a lot of time up at Lakehurst [N.J.] away from home, and just did a tremendous job.”

The team completed more than 50 launches to collect the needed data. The steam ingestion data produced robust results, allowing the team to reduce the number of test launches by four. “[The F-35C] did really well from the cockpit perspective,” said Cmdr. Eric Buus, F-35 test pilot. “The aircraft actually flew away after launch a bit better than was predicted.” Catapult testing will continue at Lakehurst and Patuxent River to include launches at varying weights and stores, and with increased mission system functionality.

The F-35C carrier variant of the Joint Strike Fighter is distinct from the F-35A and F-35B variants with its larger wing surfaces and reinforced landing gear to withstand catapult launches and deck landing impacts associated with the demanding aircraft carrier environment. Initial carrier trials for the F-35C are scheduled for 2013. The F-35C is undergoing test and evaluation at NAS Patuxent River before delivery to the fleet.

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In today's edition of Aftenposten, one can get the impression that the F-35 fighter cannot communicate when it flies in the northern areas.

“Of course this is not correct. F-35 has exactly the same communication capabilities as the current F-16,” says State Secretary Roger Ingebrigtsen in the Ministry of Defence.

However, there is a demand for even better solutions for the F-35, and there is a plan for upgrades.

“Norway continually assesses the technology plan integrated into the F-35. We are also considering alternative options to secure communications over longer distances. This can be a satellite in several forms, as well as other types of communications. It is still too early to say anything about the final solution. It will initially be on the same level as today’s and will be gradually improved,” says Roger Ingebrigtsen.

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The sixth F-35A Lighting II multirole fighter was delivered to the F-35 Integrated Training Center at Eglin AFB, Florida, on 26 October 2011. The aircraft (Air Force serial number 08-0751) was flown from the Lockheed Martin facility in Fort Worth, Texas, to the base in near Valparaiso by Marine Corps pilot Maj. Joseph Bachmann. The ferry flight took ninety minutes. This F-35A will be used for pilot and maintainer training at Eglin. The aircraft, a conventional takeoff and landing variant, is the twelfth Lightning II to be delivered in 2011.



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