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The success of the Prowler community in implementing this historic opportunity will influence the selection of a follow-on aircraft to the EA-6B and potentially affect the outcome of the Joint Advanced Strike Technology study and future advanced tactical aircraft.
1996: The Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) program, started in 1994, is merged with DARPA's ASTOVL program to form the tri-service Joint Strike Fighter program.
He also was the director of the Defense Department's Joint Advanced Strike Technology Office and was the director of the Joint Strike Fighter Program, DoD's largest program.
Allison is a member of the Lockheed Martin team on several major programs, including the C-130J Hercules, Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST/ASF), and the Replacement Maritime Patrol Aircraft (RMPA) ORION 2000.
Department of Defense's Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program, formerly Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST), is intended to provide a replacement for the U.
to evaluate concepts for embedded training for mission rehearsal in support of the Joint Advanced Strike Technology program.
Marine and Royal Navy "jump jet" variant of Lockheed Martin's Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) aircraft.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 8, 1995--Loral Defense Systems-Arizona, a division of Loral Corporation (NYSE:LOR), has been awarded contracts valued at approximately $1 million to supply equipment for a weapons guidance and targeting demonstration for the Joint Advanced Strike Technology (JAST) program.