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Under his leadership, the F-35 program has delivered impressive results, including consistently exceeding the flight test plans; significantly improving on-schedule delivery of the Mission Systems and Autonomic Logistics Information System software releases; delivering 30 aircraft in 2012 while increasing affordability; and supporting the launch of training operations at Eglin AFB and the stand up of the first Marine Corps and Air Force operational F-35 bases.
In flight, the sensors will beam the information continuously to the ground, where an autonomic logistics system will track, store and distribute the data.
Autonomic logistics and sense-and-respond technologies will lend themselves well to this design by prepositioning the right parts, people and equipment at the right time.
The autonomic logistics system, as the F-35 system is called, will monitor the health of the aircraft systems in flight; downlink that information to the ground; and trigger personnel, equipment, and parts to be pre-positioned for quick turnaround of the aircraft.
Throughout its life cycle, the F-35 will create enduring industrial relationships, from manufacturing and production to worldwide operation and support via Autonomic Logistics Global Sustainment (ALGS), Burbage said.
The approach to meet these requirements is to follow the hierarchy of the ORD and JSF contract specification and then develop a mission decomposition effort that would yield tiered specifications as follows: * Tier 1 spec (air system) * Tier 2 (air vehicle and autonomic logistics systems) * Tier 3 (e.
The Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) Acquisition Center for Support Services (ACSS) awarded QinetiQ North America a prime contract to provide a wide range of services to the MCSC's Program Manager for Autonomic Logistics (PM AL).
F-35 test aircraft are supported by the F-35 Autonomic Logistics Information System (ALIS) and managed by the Lockheed Martin F-35 Sustainment Operations Center in Fort Worth.