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Title: Ageing Aircraft


1
Ageing Aircraft Thoughts on a Path Forward
Or Getting Industry to help us advance the
issue with aircraft aging
Robert Ernst Head, Aging Aircraft IPT Chairman,
Joint Council On Aging Aircraft 20 June 2006
2
Aging Aircraft IPT
Improving the fleets readiness and reducing
life cycle cost by aggressively attacking and
countering the effects of aging aircraft.
Focusing Efforts across platforms and PMAs
Improve aging systems availability while reducing
total ownership cost through reductions in cycle
time, Man-hours, inventory, and operating costs
in various functional areas.
3
Who is the JCAA?
Vision
Jointly Identify, Investigate, and Implement
Programs that will Field Products to Improve the
Availability and Affordability of all the
Services and Agencies Aging Aeronautical
Systems.
Process
  • Through the use of Integrated Roadmaps, Shared
    Data and Analyses, the JCAA will
  • Identify Process Recommendations Improvements
  • Advocate/Enable Promising Technology
  • Facilitate Transition of Technology/Program
    Opportunities
  • Promote Knowledge Management on Aging Aircraft
  • Coordinate Funding for Promising Areas

4
National Strategy Progress
DLA
5 Process Issues
Army
NDIA
JCAA Focus
  • Maintenance Training
  • Analytical Methods/Cost of Aging
  • Corrosion Prevention
  • Transition of Commercial Products
  • Diagnostics/Health Monitoring Systems
  • Wiring Failure Detection
  • Arc Fault Circuit Interrupt Equipment
  • Structural Modeling and Analysis
  • Maintenance Manual Currency
  • Obsolescence Management
  • Avionics Modernization
  • Component Improvement

USMC
Navy
AirForce
FAA
Coast Guard
AIA
7 Product Focus Areas
NASA
Five Greens Four Yellows Three Reds
5
Procurement Bow Wave PR05
Need to reduce operating costs to free up money
for procurement
TYB
PR05 FY04 11B FY09 20B
300 Aircraft
MH-60R/S
CH-53E
200 Aircraft
MMA
MV-22
100 Aircraft
AEA
BAMS/UCAV-N
E-2C
F/A-18E/F
JSF CVTOL
JSF STOVL
Flatten the FY08-11 Bow Wave
6
Aging Aircraft Steps to Success
  • Start with good data and understand what is
    driving the behavior.
  • Share data among many sources
  • Allies with smaller fleets may be able to see
    small changes before larger fleets
  • Look at Commercial Applications???

Obstacle We need to share information and send
the same Message to Leadership Challenge
Nobody wants to fund data
7
Data
  • Target studies (what do we care about?)
  • Collect Baseline costs
  • Reduction (task analysis)
  • Post Implementation Analysis

How can we divide up the pie?
8
Cost of Aging Workshop
  • As part of the overall Cost of Aging Study, JCAA
    Chaired a meeting with industry cost experts to
    evaluate
  • Cost Elements, Age Related Factors, Analysis Best
    Practices, And Using CoA Information
  • Workshop Recommendations
  • Establish Joint CoA Board
  • Establish CoA Community Of Practice
  • Develop CoA Analysis Guidebook/Handbook
  • Work With DAU To Develop CoA Curriculum
  • Review How Modifications Are Treated In CoA
    Analyses

Are we sharing Information and Training the next
Generation?
9
Aging Aircraft Steps to Success
  • Start with good data and understand what is
    driving the behavior.
  • Share data among many sources
  • Allies with smaller fleets may be able to see
    small changes before larger fleets
  • 2. Its an international world whether you like
    it or not

Question Whats the most cost effective approach
A) Dispatch a USAF C-17 from Dover to Indonesia
with support or
B) Have the RAAF dispatch aircraft from Perth?
10
Boxing Day Tsunami
December, 26, 2004 Earthquake hit, 220,000 dead
or missing International Relief Effort 7 Billion
Pledged from Many (50?) countries
  • Support not limited to

What Barriers Exist?
11
Steps to Success - International
  • 1. Use of our Collation Allies reduces the burden
    on the American taxpayer in support of GWOT

2. US has a 40 Billion trade Surplus in
aerospace
  • Cost of Consumable Parts is rising by 12 per
    year impacting our Services Readiness
  • Obsolescence/ Manufacturing Sources largest
    single issue

4. FMS Military sales and Commercial Sales
Impacted by overly restrictive export Control Laws
Solution? A) Expand JCAA to Include Foreign
Allies B) Two Year waiver on Post MS C Airframe
Parts C) FastTrack ITAR Process for Allies
12
Aging Aircraft Steps to Success
  • Start with good data and understand what is
    driving the behavior.
  • Share data among many sources
  • Allies with smaller fleets may be able to see
    small changes before larger fleets
  • 2. Its an international world whether you like
    it or not
  • 3. Its not just technology, but think
    technology with your logistics

13
Smart Tech Insertion for Legacy Systems
  • Automatic Data Collection Coupled with Technology
  • Evaluating Commercial Sources (Push/Pull)
  • Re-Establish Joint

14
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15
Tech Refresh Key to Cost Wise Readiness
  • Problem Current aircraft batteries
  • have to be inspected every 28 days (56,000 Man
    Hours)
  • 80 have to be replaced within a year

Providing the mechanism to transition better
technology Whats the next successful program?
16
NSTC Example PD- 680
  • Problem
  • Not environmentally friendly,
  • being phased out,
  • will require multiple replacements
  • yet to be identified, evaluated, accepted.
  • Phase I
  • Screen Tech Manuals referencing PD-680 to assess
    requirements for replacements
  • Query other services
  • Map applications status of potential
    substitutes
  • Phase II
  • Develop RFI to query industry
  • Evaluate non-aqueous cleaners against spec
  • Validate performance
  • Phase III
  • Update Source Data (publications)

17
Aging Aircraft Steps to Success
  • Start with good data and understand what is
    driving the behavior.
  • Share data among many sources
  • Allies with smaller fleets may be able to see
    small changes before larger fleets
  • 2. Its an international world whether you like
    it or not
  • 3. Its not just technology, but think
    technology with your logistics
  • 4. We need to fix the gaps.
  • Champion promising technology
  • Take risks bring it to the market place

18
PM Dilemma Successful Tech Insertion
Development
Transition
Acquisition
Sustainment
The Frogger Affect
19
PM Dilemma Successful Tech Insertion
  • Identify the top concerns
  • National Strategy
  • Work With Industry
  • Defense Sustainment Consortium
  • AADI/DSTO
  • Fund the Gaps
  • Work the Transition
  • Work as a Team

We cannot expect industry to develop technology
without government sharing the risk
20
Contracts Planning ScheduleMAR 30 Update
Business Clearance CAP
Negotiations
Execution Task Order Awards
FastTrack Source Selection
FastTrack Award
Airweighs Contract Source Selection
Business Clearance CAP
RFP
Proposals
RFI
PPC
Airweighs
Draft RFP Released
Source Selection
Sources Sought
Industry Day
Final RFP Released
Industry Day
Proposals
PPC
DSC
FY06 Congressional Add
FY06 Option Award
AWA
Award Fee Determination
AAIPT Omnibus (Option 1)
AAIPT Omnibus (Option 2?)
3rd Qtr Incremental Funding
3rd Qtr Supplemental Funding
4th Qtr Incremental Funding
Multiple SAP Awards
Multiple SAP Awards
?????
?????
Specs Standards
21
Contracts and Acquisition Workload
22
Smart Push - Pull
  • Program Teams are Overwhelmed
  • Need Smart Contracting
  • Work Smarter not Harder
  • OEMs getting a large portion of bundled
    requirements
  • NAVAIR Small Business efforts decreasing
  • Promising Technology not being transitioned
  • Small Businesses being hurt

23
Aging Aircraft Steps to Success
  • Start with good data and understand what is
    driving the behavior.
  • Share data among many sources
  • Allies with smaller fleets may be able to see
    small changes before larger fleets
  • 2. Its an international world whether you like
    it or not
  • 3. Its not just technology, but think
    technology with your logistics
  • 4. We need to fix the gaps.
  • Champion promising technology
  • Take risks bring it to the market place
  • 5. Steal the good ideas

24
San Antonio
25
Aging Aircraft Summary
  • How can we Integrate the OEMs effectively?
  • Share data among many sources
  • Phantom Works tech insertion
  • Support Common Policy
  • ITARS Relief
  • Obsolescence Policy (AQEC)
  • What Promising Technology do we want to target?
  • Address National Strategy
  • Push from Small Businesses

26
Questions?
27
Small Business Successes
  • Aging Aircraft Omnibus Contract (40M over 5
    years)
  • Goal 30 Small Business Participation
  • 26 Small businesses have received tasking to
    date (5M)
  • 3rd Year begins 03 Aug 2006
  • FastTrack ( 450M over 7 Years )
  • Soon to be awarded
  • Goal 40 Small business participation
  • Intermediate/Depot Level Wiring Diagnostics
    (12.4M)
  • Final year of multiyear contract with Eclypse
  • Organizational Level Wiring Diagnostics (900K)
  • Joint NAVAIR/NUWC effort contracted with CM
    Technologies

Multiple Stand-alone Simplified Acquisition
Contracts 95K
28
Sharing the Technology Risk
Good technology that could Improve Readiness and
Reduce Costs will not get into use unless we
change the way we develop, test, acquire and
support
Bobs Approach
  • Identify the top concerns
  • National Strategy
  • Work With Industry
  • Defense Sustainment Consortium
  • AATD/DSTO
  • Fund the Gaps
  • Work the Transition
  • Work as a Team

We cannot expect industry to develop technology
without government sharing the risk
29
Technology Policy
  • A) USAF and USN Policies and Procedures have
    caused us to create different certification and
    training requirements
  • No apparent reason why these procedures cant
    be common
  • Hugh impact on Publications and training
  • Gas Free Environment (Fuels), Repair Technology
    (Composites)
  • Potential Exists for Greater Savings if these
    Policies are Standardized (Outside scope?)
  • Services utilize different technologies
  • Requires sharing of qualification data
  • Corrosion Efforts a Good Example of single
    qualification applied to all services
  • Model will be applied to De-Ice, Composite Repair

Commonality has atrophied will require funding
and support to make additional gains
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