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V V - - 22 Osprey Program Update 22 Osprey Program Update Col Greg Masiello, V Col Greg Masiello, V - - 22 Joint Program Manager (PMA 22 Joint Program Manager (PMA - - 275) 275) LtCol Romin Dasmalchi, USMC/former CO VMM LtCol Romin Dasmalchi, USMC/former CO VMM - - 266 266 John Rader, Exec. Director, Bell Boeing V John Rader, Exec. Director, Bell Boeing V - - 22 Program 22 Program June 6, 2011 June 6, 2011

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VV--22 Osprey Program Update22 Osprey Program Update Col Greg Masiello, VCol Greg Masiello, V--22 Joint Program Manager (PMA22 Joint Program Manager (PMA--275)275) LtCol Romin Dasmalchi, USMC/former CO VMMLtCol Romin Dasmalchi, USMC/former CO VMM--266 266 John Rader, Exec. Director, Bell Boeing VJohn Rader, Exec. Director, Bell Boeing V--22 Program22 Program

June 6, 2011June 6, 2011

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VV--22 Performance22 Performance

V-22 Performance– Tilt-rotor design– V/STOL– Speed/Range/Ceiling of Turboprop– Maximum Cruise 262Kts– Mission Radius 350nm– Service Ceiling 25,000ft– Normal Altitude w/pax 10,000ft– Ferry Range 2600nm+ w/ 1 refuel

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Fuselage

Landing Gear

Avionics

Electrical and Hydraulic

Performance

Flying Qualities

Empennage

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Composites

Rotor

Ramp

Dynamics

Wing / Nacelle

Overwing Fairing

Final Assembly

Flight Test/Delivery

Fort Worth, Texas

50/50 Strategic Alliance since 1982

Amarillo, Texas

Bell Boeing WorkshareBell Boeing Workshare

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V-22 Osprey Program Summary

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Program SummaryProgram Summary

Prime Contractor: Joint Bell Boeing

Customer: USMC, USAF, USN

POR Configuration: MV – Marines (360)CV – Air Force (50)MV – Navy (48)

Contracted/Plan: 288/459FRP Decision: September 2005IOC: MV – Complete (2007)

CV – Complete (2009)Fuselage: Ridley Park, PAFinal Assembly: Amarillo, TX

Current StatusCurrent Status

MYP I: FY08-FY12 (Executing)MYP II: FY13-FY17 (Planning)Fielded: 142 (123 MVs/19 CVs)

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Location / Operational Inventory

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Squadrons Deployed OCONUS

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Hurlburt AFB

MCAS Miramar

Boeing Design & Assembly

MCAS Cherry Point

MCAS New River

NAS Patuxent River

Bell Design & Sub-assembly

Bell Final Assembly

Cannon AFB

Kirtland AFB

Raytheon Software Support

Rolls Royce Engines

Updated 7 Apr 2011

In-Service Inventory:142 aircraft

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Source: RT-79 Data / DECKPLATE / AMSRR

V-22 Flight Hours

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VV--22 Team Vision and Mission22 Team Vision and Mission

4/12/2011

VisionVisionA Globally Deployed Osprey Fleet:

Ready and Affordable;Effective and Survivable

MissionMissionDevelop, deliver and support effective, suitable and affordable V-22 systems for our Warfighter throughout the program life-cycle

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MV Deployment at Sea

CV Deployments

Effective and Survivable

• Deployed– 16 OCONUS deployments since 2007

• In the Fight– Raids, assaults, direct action,

CASEVAC, long-range logistics support

– Humanitarian Assistance / Disaster Relief

– Engaged by enemy fire

MV OIF and OEF Deployments

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V-22 Advantage

• MV-22 speed and range provides an operational reach revolutionizes assault support capability

• CV-22 high-speed, long range, infiltration and exfiltration for Special Operations Forces - single period of darkness

C-130s

H-53s

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Desert Two

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MV-22: OEF CV-22: Comparison to 1980 Operation Eagle Claw

Longer Range and Faster – Translates to Lower Cycle Time

Bagram Air Base

350 nm(648 km)

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CH-46Combat Radius 75 nm/138 km

1000 nm(1852 km)

750 nm(1390 km)

with 1 internal tank

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Copyright © 2011 Boeing. All rights reserved.Copyright © 2011 Boeing. All rights reserved.

CV-22 PERSONNEL RECOVERY MISSION LONG RANGE, HIGH SPEED, HIGH ALTITUDE, VERTICAL LIFT

EXFILTRATION

On 1 June 2010 a coalition helicopter conducting a special operations raid was disabled on a target near Kunduz, Afghanistan.

Stranded in the open, the aircrew and ground party were under small arms and mortar fire.

Other theater aircraft made multiple rescue attempts, but none were successful due to rugged mountainous terrain and a severe dust storm.

Two 8th Special Operations Squadron CV-22 aircraft based at Kandahar launched within two hours of notification. They flew a direct route at 15000 feet over the Hindu Kush mountain range – penetrating dangerously low 1/4 mile visibility conditions.

32 U.S. personnel were recovered from the target area.

CV-22s accomplished the round trip flight from Kandahar in less than 4 hours without requiring additional fuel.

“THANKS FOR PICKING US UP WHEN NO ONE ELSE COULD!”GROUND FORCE COMMANDER

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V-22 Program Focus

MV and CV Continue to Excel in Combat

• Readiness– Reliability– Maintainability– Supportability

• Affordability– Cost to Operate– Cost to Procure

• Multi-Year – Execution– 2nd MYP

• Growing Fleet– Multiple Sites – Deployments

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• 20 major studies & analyses- V-22 more operationally and

cost effective than any helicopter alternative

• Analyses are now operational realities• V-22 operations require fewer aircraft, personnel, and support than conventional rotorcraft resulting in reduced footprint and total life cycle costs

Utility Helicopter Alternative Is 74% More Costly Than V-22

V-22Utility Helo

Quantity Aircraft Needed 4 16Aircraft Cost ($M) 296 488Squadron Manpower Cost ($M) 5 21Other Equip (FARP & Security) ($M) 0 15O&S Cost ($M) 0.23 0.14TOTAL COST ($M) 301.2 524.1

INFANTRY COMPANY LIFT OPERATIONS

Efficient and Affordable

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• Battle Damage in OIF/OEF due to Enemy Fire• Every Instance the Aircraft Returned Safely to Base with NO Injuries

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Takeaways: Takeaways: VV--22 Osprey22 Osprey

In Service In Service

Meeting all operational taskingMeeting all operational tasking

Operate in demanding environmental extremesOperate in demanding environmental extremes

An airplane with tactical agility of a helicopterAn airplane with tactical agility of a helicopter

MultiMulti--mission capability meets military & civil needsmission capability meets military & civil needs

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Ready and Affordable, Effective and Survivable

UNCLASSIFIED

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MVMV--22 VMM22 VMM--162 lands aboard USS Nassau 162 lands aboard USS Nassau (LHA 4) in support of Operation Unified (LHA 4) in support of Operation Unified

Response (Haiti)Response (Haiti)

VMMVMM--261 in Helmand 261 in Helmand Province, AfghanistanProvince, Afghanistan

CVCV--22 Deployments22 Deployments

MVMV--22 lands on amphibious dock landing 22 lands on amphibious dock landing ship USS Carter Hall (LSD 50)ship USS Carter Hall (LSD 50)

CVCV--22 prepares to take off22 prepares to take off on a night missionon a night mission

VMM-365 Afghanistan Deployment

Marines and sailors at TwentyMarines and sailors at Twenty--nine Palms make nine Palms make their way to an incoming VMMtheir way to an incoming VMM--365 MV365 MV--2222

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