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DRAFT JSF STP DATED 1 OCTOBER 2001

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DRAFT

JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)SYSTEM TRAINING PLAN (STP)

1 October 2001

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) will become the next-generation strike fighter aircraft to assumethe roles of the United States Air Force (USAF) F-16 and A-10 aircraft, United States MarineCorps (USMC) AV-8 and F/A-18A/C/D aircraft, and the United Kingdom (UK) Sea Harrier FA2and Harrier GR7. The JSF will complement the United States Navy (USN) F/A-18E/F aircraftand replace its F/A-18C/D. Information contained in this document is based on projectedrequirements known at the current time, and will be updated as the JSF data matures during theWeapon Systems Acquisition Process (WSAP). This document may serve as the basis fordevelopment of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) among the Services with respect to JSFtraining.

The JSF program is currently in the Program Definition and Risk Reduction phase of the WSAPand is scheduled to enter Milestone II, Engineering and Manufacturing Development, in 2001.

A Training Situation Analysis was conducted, and a Training Situation Document andManpower Baseline Document were developed. Legacy systems (i.e., F-16, A-10, F/A-18, AV-8, Sea Harrier FA2 and Harrier GR7 aircraft) were reviewed for similarities in trainingrequirements to facilitate the development of pilot and maintainer training requirements thatcapture and validate the best from each Service-unique training suite and optimizeinteroperability in the new Joint system training.

Manpower, personnel, and training requirements contained herein are based on legacy systemsand modified for considerations of weapon system, training equipment, training technologychanges, maintenance occupations study, and training concept changes that include Joint Servicemodularized training packages, distributed learning, distributed mission training, and just-in-timetraining. Transition/conversion, continuation and upgrade training will be provided at theapplicable Service specific operational training unit. Information on specific training to bedeveloped and conducted will be included as the JSF program matures.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY....................................................................................................... I

1 PURPOSE OF THE SYSTEM TRAINING PLAN. .........................................1

1.1 Overview of the JSF STP.....................................................................................1

2 JSF MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION...............................................1

2.1 JSF Integrated Product Teams..............................................................................12.2 JSF MPT Responsibilities. ...................................................................................22.2.1 JSF Program Office. ............................................................................................32.2.2 Service Training Organizations. ...........................................................................32.2.3 Other Service Organizations. ...............................................................................3

3 TECHNICAL PROGRAM DATA....................................................................4

3.1 Nomenclature Title Program. .........................................................................43.2 Security. ..............................................................................................................43.3 Weapon System Description. ...............................................................................43.3.1 Functional Description.........................................................................................43.4 Foreign Military Sales..........................................................................................53.5 Developmental Test and Multi-Service Operational Test and Evaluation. ............53.5.1 DT and MOT&E Draft Manpower Requirements.................................................53.6 New Development Introduction. ..........................................................................63.6.1 Site Activation Task Force/Fleet Introduction Team. ...........................................83.6.1.1 USAF SATAF. ....................................................................................................83.6.1.2 USN and USMC FIT. ..........................................................................................83.7 Aircraft and/or Equipment/System/Subsystem Replaced. .....................................93.8 Autonomic Logistics Concept. ........................................................................... 103.9 Weapon Systems Operational Concepts. ............................................................ 103.9.1 USAF Operational Concept. .............................................................................. 103.9.2 USN Operational Concept.................................................................................. 113.9.3 USMC Operational Concept. ............................................................................. 113.9.4 UK Operational Concept.................................................................................... 113.10 Maintenance Concepts. ...................................................................................... 123.11 Support Concepts............................................................................................... 133.11.1 USAF Support Concept. .................................................................................... 133.11.2 USN Support Concept........................................................................................ 143.11.3 USMC Support Concept. ................................................................................... 143.11.4 UK Support Concept.......................................................................................... 153.12 Manpower Concept............................................................................................ 153.12.1 Manpower Phase-in. .......................................................................................... 163.12.2 Pilot Manpower Planning Factors. ..................................................................... 183.12.3 Maintainer Manpower Planning Factors............................................................. 193.12.4 Enlisted Maintainer Instructor Manpower Requirements. ................................... 223.13 Personnel Concept. ............................................................................................ 223.13.1 UK Multi-Skilling Studies. ................................................................................ 23

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3.14 Training Concept. .............................................................................................. 23

4 JSF TRAINING SYSTEM. ............................................................................. 27

4.1 Performance Requirements. ............................................................................... 274.2 Pilot Training Overview..................................................................................... 284.3 Maintainer Training Overview. .......................................................................... 284.4 Types of Training. ............................................................................................. 294.4.1 Cadre/Type 1 Training. ...................................................................................... 294.4.1.1 Management Familiarization Training. .............................................................. 294.4.1.2 EMD Test Training............................................................................................ 304.4.1.2.1 Developmental Test and Evaluation Training..................................................... 304.4.1.2.2 MOT&E Training. ............................................................................................. 304.4.1.3 Instructor Personnel Training. ............................................................................ 304.4.1.4 Operator/Maintainer Training. ........................................................................... 304.4.2 Initial Training................................................................................................... 304.4.3 Transition/Conversion Training. ........................................................................ 304.4.4 Refresher Training. ............................................................................................ 304.4.5 Continuation Training. ....................................................................................... 314.5 Functional Requirements. .................................................................................. 314.5.1 Pilot Training System. ....................................................................................... 314.5.2 Maintainer Training System............................................................................... 324.5.3 Embedded Training............................................................................................ 334.5.4 Training Management System............................................................................ 334.5.5 Training Devices and Technical Training Equipment. ........................................ 334.6 Other On-Board or In-Service Training Packages............................................... 344.6.1 USAF Aircraft Maintenance Qualification Program. .......................