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Citat:Another F-35 deal on the way?

It will be decided during the coming year whether to conclude another deal for stealth fighters, giving the Israeli air force a third squadron of F-35s. The other possibility is to procure a squadron of advanced F-15s made by Boeing, which are capable of carrying more larger quantities of missiles and bombs than the Adir, but which lack the Adir's stealth capabilities to evade radar detection.

In advance of this decision, Lockheed Martin is expected to offer Israel a lower price for the stealth fighters than in the previous procurement deals. Israel paid $110 million per plane in the previous deals, but with the discount offered by the company, the price is likely to drop to $85 million.


http://www.globes.co.il/en/article-f-35-reciprocal.....1001176697



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Traze vodjenu bombu koja moze da gadja pokretne mete. Trazi se gotovo resenje kompatibilno sa 3F softverom.

Citat:"In response to an Air Combat Command (ACC) Quick Reaction Capability (QRC) requirement, the USAF is seeking a time sensitive, interim solution to add a 500 lb-class Precision Guided Munition (PGM) with moving and manoeuvring target capability that is mechanically, electrically, and logically compatible with F-35 Block 3F aircraft Operational Flight Program (OFP). This munition must consistently impact moving targets traveling along a constant heading with a uniform velocity up to 70 mph and manoeuvring targets performing ±0.2 g manoeuvres with velocities up to 40 mph. The capability cannot impact the current fielding schedule for F-35 Block 3F, namely 15 May 2018," the RFI states.

Responses are due no later than 15:00 Central Daylight Time (CDT) 12 March.

The F-35A is already earmarked to carry the Raytheon GBU-12 500 lb PGM and the GBU-38 500 lb Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM), but these weapons do not currently have the required moving target capability.

Possible contenders for the requirement include the Boeing GBU-54/B Laser JDAM based on the MK 82 or BLU-111 500 lb bombs; as well as the Lockheed Martin Dual Mode Plus LGB kit fitted to the MK 82 or BLU-111.


http://www.janes.com/article/67679/usaf-seeks-inte.....y-for-f-35



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Tramp, F-35...



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Increasingly it’s looking like the company will soon have the most influence in top Pentagon posts, as well. Pres. Donald Trump has already named Heather Wilson, a former consultant for a Lockheed subsidiary, as its nominee for Air Force Secretary. Now, according to the The Washington Times, Lockheed Vice President Robert Rangel is a top contender to be the Deputy Secretary of Defense.


https://warisboring.com/the-defense-industry-is-fi......truvmu9dh

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US Air Force must retrofit 108 F-35As
Citat:The US Air Force’s number of F-35As in need of hardware or software retrofits has grown to 108 aircraft, and the service could deliver more fighters without Block 3F capabilities.
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Zanimljiva prica u vezi tankanja

Citat:It took seven days for 10 U.S. Marine Corps F-35Bs to fly from Yuma to their new home at Iwakuni, Japan, a flight that on a commercial airliner normally takes less than 24 hr. Many factors contribute to the time it takes a military fighter to get from point A to point B: weather, terrain and pilot fatigue, to name just a few. But on this particular voyage, the U.S. Air Force’s conservative refueling model required the Marine Corps aircraft to refuel with accompanying tankers a grand total of 250 times, a number the Marine Corps’ top aviator says is far too high for an efficient ocean-crossing.

“The airplane has got longer legs than an F-18 with drop tanks, so why are we going with the tanker so often? We don’t need to do that,” said Lt. Gen. Jon Davis, Marine Corps commandant for aviation. “We are tanking a lot more than we should, maybe double [what we should.] We could be a lot more efficient than that.”

While Davis says the tanking model for refueling the Joint Strike Fighter is “off in an overly conservative manner,” it is ultimately up to the Air Force to set the rules—and the air arm is not budging.

An often overlooked piece of the air logistics puzzle is tanker refueling, a critical enabler for operations around the world. Fighters are thirsty aircraft, and the F-35 is no exception, said Air Force spokesman Col. Chris Karns. During the Jan. 18-25 crossing to Iwakuni, nine tankers flew with the 10 F-35Bs, transferring a total of 766,000 lb. of fuel over 250 aerial refuelings, or 25 per F-35, according to Karns.

The Marine Corps does have tankers—the legacy KC-130s—but only Air Force tankers support fighter ocean crossings.

It comes as no surprise to Air Force Brig. Gen. Scott Pleus that the Marine Corps jets needed to refuel so many times during the crossing to Iwakuni. The Air Force sets up ocean crossings assuming the worst-case scenario, so that if any aircraft is not able to get fuel at any given time during the journey—whether due to weather or a technical malfunction—the entire group has enough gas to land safely, Pleus explained. For instance, the F-35Bs flew with their refueling probes out during the entire voyage, which significantly increases drag on the aircraft, to simulate a scenario in which the operator is not able to retract the probe.

“So when we plan these things we take the worst winds, we take the worst configuration of the airplane, and we say: at the worst time, what would happen?” said Pleus, a former F-16 pilot who now heads the Air Force’s F-35 integration office. “It is very conservative, and the reason why we’re so conservative is because it’s a life or death decision.”

Traditionally the Air Force refuels “almost continuously” when crossing a large body of water, as often as every 30 or 40 min., Pleus said. An F-35B, which carries 5,000 lb. less fuel than the Air Force F-35A, likely needs to hit the tanker even more often than that, he noted.

Pleus pushed back on Davis’ criticism, stressing that extending time between refuelings during an ocean crossing would mean more risk to pilots.

During a combat scenario, however, the Air Force would have a different calculus. Typically on a 6-hr. mission, a pilot would tank just two or three times, according to one Air Force official. It is important to top up before the mission because tankers are too vulnerable to fly alongside fighters during combat.


http://aviationweek.com/defense/how-often-does-f-35-need-refuel

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Другим речима они сад штанцују ф-35 само реда ради тј. ради броја и да би се видело да се производи, док су низашта...зато ови и смањише цену...рекли-''ајде да им смањимо цену ионако нису потпуни-''сакерс''...ионако ћемо им наплатити кроз апгрејд''...

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Inace svi dosadasnji avioni su od prvog dana dosli sa full opremom, oruzjem...ili su one dodavane postepeno ?

Prvi takvi od novije generacije su bili Tajfun i Rafal gde je prva verzija bila sposobna samo za lovacke zadatke da bi preko T-1, T-2, T-3, ili F1, F2, F3 doslo do visenamenskih verzija. Da su cekali danas bi ih tek uveli. Menjao se uglavnom samo softver, malo sta od hardvera a i to je danas od pocetka predvidjeno da bude u vidu modula.

Nema tu nista misteriozno, sa 2B se dizu na 3I paket.

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Ма то стоји, али више сам мислио на цену...која ће на крају бити преко пола милијарде по авиону(од развоја, преко производње до одржавања)...јесте да је то авион (тј три) нов и у фази испитивања и испробавања и да ће лечити дечије болести ко и код свих осталих пројеката и произвођача у свету...али јбг ко им је крив, што су обећали јдно,а...
Незнам, ма колико ми се свидела његова револуција у електроници...цена је вау...само још фали да ''алис'' постане свесна у једном тренутку и обрали смо бостан сви Laughing
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http://www.nextbigfuture.com/2017/02/a-new-order-for-90-f35s.html

Citat:Over a 20-year period, it costs almost exactly the same amount of money to buy and fly six Super Hornets or three F-35 Joint Strike Fighters. Originally, the F-35A was supposed to cost just $49 million each, adjusted for inflation.

http://www.nextbigfuture.com/2017/01/lockheed-talk.....ts-by.html

Овде има свашта...

Citat:On the positive side, they believe they have fixed the ejections seat so that they are now pretty confident it will not kill or seriously injure lighter pilots who eject. Pretty confident but not enough to change the rule that prevents lighter pilots from flying the F35
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http://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-buzz/big-upgr.....orks-19138

Citat:Citing ongoing progress with computer algorithms and some degree of AI (artificial intelligence) already engineered into the F-35, Air Force Chief Scientist Gregory Zacharias said that technology was progressing quickly at the Air Force Research Lab - to the point where much higher degrees of autonomy and manned-unmanned teaming is expected to emerge in the near future.

“This involves an attempt to have another platform fly alongside a human, perhaps serving as a weapons truck carrying a bunch of missiles,” Zacharias said in an interview with Scout Warrior.

An F-35 computer system, Autonomic Logistics Information System, involves early applications of artificial intelligence wherein computers make assessments, go through checklists, organize information and make some decisions by themselves – without needing human intervention.

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Ovaj zadnji citat. Vrlo zanimljivo, primena vestacke inteligencije i masinskog ucenja.
U stvari, s obzirom da ove oblasti vec uzimaju maha u civilnom sektoru, cudi me da nisu imale neku vecu primenu u vojsci.

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Страх од губитка контроле...бар ја мислим...цивилно је ипак мало бенигније коришћење...

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