Norwegen: F-35A Lightning II

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Norwegen: F-35A Lightning II

Beitrag von theoderich » Sa 23. Jun 2018, 00:06

Joint Strike Missile enters final development phase
The Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace Joint Strike Missile (JSM) has entered its final phase of development following the successful conclusion of its last qualification flight test (FTM-5) in March this year.

Pending a Final Design Review in June, development of the missile is scheduled for completion by the end of 2018, following which it will be prepared for integration, carriage, and release trials with the Royal Norwegian Air Force’s (RNoAF’s) F-35A Lightning II multirole stealth fighter.

FTM-5 was the culmination of a four-year flight test campaign to qualify the missile for integration with the RNoAF’s F-35A. In a first end-to-end flight test for the missile, a JSM equipped with a live warhead was launched from a legacy F-16C/D Fighting Falcon from the US Air Force’s 445th Flight Test Group against a ‘realistic’ land target at the Utah Test and Training Range in the United States.

Kongsberg conducted the first flight test (FTM-1) of JSM in October 2015; in October 2016 the company conducted the first long-range powered flight test (FTM-2) of the missile over the Utah Test and Training Range – although FTM-2 was a re-run of an earlier failed flight test. In the May/June timeframe 2017, the company conducted the FTM-3/FTM-4 trials. In both tests the missile was flown without a seeker capability.

While the JSM development is technically independent of Norway’s participation in the F-35 programme, its progress, including an initial operational capability (IOC), is essentially being driven by the F-35 timeline, with the missile integration into the F-35A assigned to the Block 4.1 software release in the 2021 timeframe.
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Re: Norwegen: F-35A Lightning II

Beitrag von theoderich » So 8. Jul 2018, 23:26

Ein unschönes Detail in einem vor ein paar Monaten erschienenen Bericht des norwegischen Rechnungshofs:

Riksrevisjonens rapport om den årlige revisjon og kontroll for budsjettåret 2016 (2. März 2018)
p. 38 hat geschrieben:Forsvarsmateriell har ansvaret for anskaffelsene av F-35 kampflyene. Det har på grunn av manglende internkontroll ikke vært mulig å bekrefte anskaffelseskostnaden for F-35 i Forsvarsmateriells virksomhetsregnskap. Videre er det avdekket feil ved verdsettelsen av F-35 i både Forsvarsmateriells og Forsvarets årsregnskaper. På grunn av anskaffelsenes betydelige økonomiske og samfunnsmessige betydning, er det etter Riksrevisjonens syn viktig å etablere god internkontroll i Forsvarsmateriell for kjøp av F-35 kampflyene.
Forsvarsmateriell is responsible for the procurement of F-35 fighter aircraft. Due to lack of internal control, it has not been possible to confirm the acquisition cost of F-35 in Forsvarsmateriell's business accounts. Furthermore, the valuation of F-35 has been detected in both the Defense Materials and the Defense's annual accounts. Due to the significant economic and social significance of the acquisition, it is important, according to Riksrevisjonen, to establish good internal control at Forsvarsmateriell for the purchase of the F-35 combat aircraft.

https://www.riksrevisjonen.no/rapporter ... t2016.aspx


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Re: Norwegen: F-35A Lightning II

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