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F-35 and Current Weapons

A White Paper By: Lockheed Martin

The F-35 is designed to work with most legacy weapons.

And the F-35 with the internal fusion engine will allow a whole new approach to the development and use of weapons, which is discussed in an accompanying white paper.

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Building a 21st Century Fighter From the Ground Up

A White Paper By: Lockheed Martin

Stealth must be designed into the aircraft; it can NOT be done after the fact.
The F-35 is an integrated low observable fighter built from the ground up.

In the graphic in the first slide, the design items are highlighted which directly contribute to stealth: e.g.Read More

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Shaping a Manageable Workload for the Pilot

A White Paper By: Lockheed Martin

The cockpit, the helmet, the fusion engine were synergistically designed with manageable workload in mind.

At the beginning of the program, 15 years ago, our design goal was “low workload.” We came to understand that low workload might not be possible during all phases of the mission.Read More

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Flying with the Common Operational Picture (COP)

A White Paper By: Lockheed Martin

Shaping a Paradigm Shift

As described in earlier white papers, the advanced fusion engine enables connected F-35s in battlespace to share the COP.

http://www.sldinfo.com/whitepapers/the-f-35-combat-systems-fusion-engine/

http://www.sldinfo.com/whitepapers/the-f-35-and-advanced-sensor-fusion/

Each plane is synergy enabled.

The shift from radio to a visual COP is a key definer in the shift from legacy aircraft to 5th generation fighters.Read More

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The F-35 and Advanced Sensor Fusion

A White Paper By: Lockheed Martin

The F-35 cockpit displays the work of the onboard fusion engine as well as information provided by other members of the network.

But what is a fusion engine?

What combat systems are integrated onboard?

And what are the advantages of having multiple combat systems to provide the pilot with core combat capabilities?Read More

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The F-35 Combat Systems Fusion “Engine”

A White Paper By: Lockheed Martin

The enemy is no longer working against a single sensor; he’s working against an advanced fusion engine and against the multiple F-35s on the network that are each sharing fused sensor data.

This advanced network enabled capability makes the F-35 a tremendous force multiplier.Read More

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An Overview of The F-35 Cockpit

A White Paper By: Lockheed Martin

There are several key elements, which make up the F-35 cockpit.

The first is the panoramic cockpit display, a large 20 by 8-inch piece of glass that provides the pilot a big picture view of the battlespace. While it’s not quite as flexible as a Microsoft Windows desktop, it is similar.Read More

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The F-35 Cockpit: Enabling the Pilot as a Tactical Decision Maker

A White Paper By: Lockheed Martin

Dr. Michael L. Skaff created this briefing. Skaff described his background in a recent interview as follows: I was an F-16 pilot out of the Air Force Academy. I was prior enlisted, and I’ve been with Lockheed Martin for about 23 years working on the F-35 cockpit since ’95.Read More
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Thales: Solutions Tailored To Operational Missions

A White Paper By: Thales

March 7th, 2012

Defense Aerospace Customer Support and Service

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Adversity and strategy: two sides of the same concept

A White Paper By: Medco

The goals the decision makers set themselves require building a strategy that takes account of the conditions for exercising their activities. When these conditions are contrary we talk about adversity. But would there need strategy if there was no adversity? Operational activities are never guided by the struggle against adversity, even in emergency services, close protection services, or in combat, they are guided by the achievement of a goal, and only the strategist is concerned with the overall protection of the activity, giving mission to protection services to protect.Read More

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