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F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter(BG)

Lockheed X-35 Test Flights

The X-35A CTOL demonstrator successfully completed first flight on 24 October 2000, taking off at 9:06 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time from Palmdale. The initial flight profile included check-outs of the on-board systems, handling characteristics and down-link connections for the constant stream of critical data-transfer to the flight-test technicians at Palmdale and Edwards Air Force Base. The X-35 climbed quickly to an altitude of 10,000 feet, maintained an airspeed of 250 knots while accomplishing a series of figure-eight maneuvers to demonstrate key handling qualities and to validate design predictions.
Prior to the start of System Design and Development (SDD) in Fall 2001, the program facilitated the Services' development of fully validated, affordable operational requirements, and it lowered risk by investing in and demonstrating key leveraging technologies and operational concepts. Upon SDD contract award to Lockheed Martin on 26 October 2001, the program embarked on full development of three affordable and effective JSF variants.

Lockheed F-35 First Flights

15 December 2006: Lockheed Martin Chief Test Pilot Jon S. Beesely takes the first prototype F-35A Lightning II stealth strike fighter for its first test flight at Forth Worth, Texas. Taking off at 12:44 p.m., Central Standard Time (18:44 UTC), Beesley took the prototype, designated AA-1, to 15,000 feet (4,572 meters) at 225 knots (259 miles per hour/417 kilometers per hour) to test the aircraft in landing configuration prior to continuing with other tests.

Beesely said that the F-35A, “. . . handled well, better than the simulator.” He compared it to the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor, and said that it handled like the Raptor, but better.

During the flight a minor problem occurred when two sensors disagreed. Although this was simply a calibration problem, test protocol required that Beesley bring the airplane back. He landed at Fort Worth at 1:19 p.m.

Jon S. Beesley in the cockpit of Lockheed Martin’s prototype F-35A Lightning II. (Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company)

Jon Stephan Beesley was born 5 August 1950 at Rexburg, Idaho. After graduating from Madison High School in Rexburg, he studied at Ricks College, then a two-year school, where he was also captain of the school’s ski team.

Jon Beesley married Miss Evona Christensen, 29 May 1970. They would have six children.

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2011     9        9
2012   29      38
2013   35      73
2014   36    109
2015   45    154
2016   46    200
2017   66    266
2018   91    357

Q1`19 26    383
Q2`19 29    412 
Q3`19 28    440
Q4`19 51    491
2019 134     491
Q1`20 30?   521?
1`20     7?   498?
2`20     8?   506?
3`20   15?   521?

2019  131/2 490? Winter says LM,while 133 fighters are delivered in 2019(131 for LRIP11, and two from LRIP10)04/05
2019  141/3          Total Aircraft Quantities LRIP 1-11: 499 SOURCE Lockheed Martin,  last LRIP 11 501? 01/17`19
2020                      Lots 12, 13 and 14 to supply 255 F-35 Lightning II > a total of 478 aircraft once finalised. 01/29`19
2020  149/8 640/8Lot 12(15 RAAF)(8 RNAF)
2021  160    797    Lot 13(15 RAAF)(8 RNAF)
2022  169    966?  Lot 14(15 RAAF)(8 RNAF)
2023  169              Lot 15 would include 116 F-35As(48 USAF), 29 F-35Bs(28 USMC), and 24 F-35Cs
2024  157              Lot 16 would include 101 F-35As, 32 F-35Bs, and 24 F-35Cs;
2025  159              Lot 17 would include   98 F-35As, 37 F-35Bs, and 24 F-35Cs;
                              Lots 15, 16 and 17 to supply 485 F-35 Lightning II, The US Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps would together acquire 295 aircraft; development partners would acquire 143 aircraft; and foreign military sales would account for the remaining 47 aircraft
F-35 Quantities by Variant and Country for LRIP 1 − 8
LRIP 1 (2 Total) - 2 U.S. / 0 International
United States
o 2 F-35A CTOL for the U.S. Air Force
LRIP 2 (12 Total) - 12 U.S. / 0 International
United States
o 6 F-35A CTOL for the U.S. Air Force
o 6 F-35B STOVL for the U.S. Marine Corps
LRIP 3 (17 Total) - 14 U.S. / 3 International
United States
o 7 F-35A CTOL for the U.S. Air Force
o 7 F-35B STOVL for the U.S. Marine Corps
International
o 1 F-35A CTOL for the Netherlands o 2 F-35B STOVL for UK
LRIP 4 (32 Total) - 30 U.S. / 2 International
United States
o 10 F-35A CTOL for the U.S. Air Force
o 16 F-35B STOVL for the U.S. Marine Corps o 4 F-35C CV for the U.S. Navy
International
o 1 F-35A CTOL for the Netherlands o 1 F-35B STOVL for the UK
LRIP 5 (32 Total) - 32 U.S. / 0 International
United States
o 22 F-35A CTOL for the U.S. Air Force
o 3 F-35B STOVL for the U.S. Marine Corps o 7 F-35C CV for the U.S. Navy
LRIP 6 (36 Total) - 31 U.S. / 5 International
United States
o 18 F-35A CTOL for the U.S. Air Force
o 6 F-35B STOVL for the U.S. Marine Corps o 7 F-35C CV for the U.S. Navy
International
o 3 F-35A CTOL for Italy
o 2 F-35A CTOL for Australia
LRIP 7 (35 Total) - 29 U.S. / 6 International
United States
o 19 F-35A CTOL for the U.S. Air Force
o 6 F-35B STOVL for the U.S. Marine Corps o 4 F-35C CV for the U.S. Navy
International
o 3 F-35A CTOL for Italy
o 2 F-35A CTOL for Norway o 1 F-35B STOVL for the UK
LRIP 8 (43 Total) - 29 U.S. / 14 International (4 UK, 2 Norway, 2 Italy, 4 Japan, 2 Israel)
United States
o 19 F-35A CTOL for the USAF
o 6 F-35B for the U.S. Marine Corps o 4 F-35C for the U.S. Navy
International
o 4 F-35B STOV for UK
o 2 F-35A CTOL for Norway o 2 F-35A CTOL for Italy
o 4 F-35A CTOL for Japan
o 2 F-35A CTOL for Israel
This is the LRIP IX overview:
USAF: (26) AF-109/AF-134; 15-5118/15-5143
Italy: (1) AL-09; MM7359; 15-5144
Norway: (6) AM-05/AM-10; 5145/5150; 15-5145/15-5150
Israel: (7) AS-03/AS-09; 904/905 - 907/909 - 911 - 913; 15-5151/15-5157
Japan: (2) AX-05/AX-06; 79-8705/79-8706 (last reserialled to 89-8706); 15-5158/15-5159
USMC: (6) BF-56/BF-61; 169411/169416
UK: (6) BK-09/BK-14: ZM143/ZM148: 169417/169422
Italy: (1) BL-01; MM7451; 169423
USN: (2) CF-32/CF-33; 169424/169525
This is the LRIP X overview
USAF: (44) AF-135/AF-178; 15-5160/15-5203
Italy: (1) AL-10; MM7360; 15-5204
Norway: (6) AM-11/AM-16; 5205/5210; 15-5205/15-5210
Australia: (8) AU-03/AU-10; A35-003/A35/010; 15-5211/15-5218
Israel: (6) AS-10/AS-15; 916/92X; 15-5219/15-5224
Japan: (4) AX-07/AX-10; 89-8707/89-8710; 15-5225/15-5228
Turkey: (2) AT-01/AT-02
South Korea: (6) AW-01/AW-06
USMC: (9) BF-62/BF-70; 169587/169595
UK: (3) BK-15/BK-17; ZM149/ZM151; 169596/169598
Italy: (1) BL-02; MM7452; 169599
USN: (2) CF-34/CF-35; 169600/169601

F-35 LIGHTNING II PROGRAM STATUS AND FAST FACTS

Lockheed Martin Reports First Quarter 2019 Results


   

   

Quarters Ended

Aircraft Deliveries 

           

March 31, 2019

 

March 25, 2018

F-35

           

26

 

14

C-130J

           

5

 

3

C-5

           

-

 

1

Government helicopter programs 

           

15

 

18

Commercial helicopter programs 

           

-

 

1

International military helicopter programs

           

2

 

1

Lockheed Martin Reports Second Quarter 2019 Results

 

 

 

Quarters Ended

 

Six Months Ended

Aircraft Deliveries

 

June 30,
2019

 

June 24,
2018

 

June 30,
2019

 

June 24,
2018

F-35

 

29

 

25

 

55

 

39

C-130J

 

8

 

8

 

13

 

11

C-5

 

-

 

2

 

-

 

3

Government helicopter programs

 

26

 

29

 

41

 

47

Commercial helicopter programs

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

1

International military helicopter programs

 

1

 

-

 

3

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lockheed Martin Reports Third Quarter 2019 Results

 

 

Quarters Ended

 

Nine Months Ended

 

Aircraft Deliveries

 

Sept. 29,
2019

 

Sept. 30,
2018

 

Sept. 29,
2019

 

Sept. 30,
2018

 

F-35

 

28

 

20

 

83

 

59

 

C-130J

 

6

 

7

 

19

 

18

 

C-5

 

-

 

1

 

-

 

4

 

Government helicopter programs

 

20

 

28

 

61

 

75

 

Commercial helicopter programs

 

-

 

1

 

-

 

2

 

International military helicopter programs  

2

 

4

 

5

 

5

Lockheed Martin Reports 4th Quarter and Full Year 2019 Results

 

   

Quarters Ended

 

Years Ended

 

Aircraft Deliveries

 

Dec. 31,
2019

 

Dec. 31,
2018

 

Dec. 31,
2019

 

Dec. 31,
2018

 

F-35

 

51

 

32

 

134

 

91

 

C-130J

 

9

 

7

 

28

 

25

 

C-5

 

-

 

-

 

-

 

4

 

Government helicopter programs

 

24

 

32

 

85

 

107

 

Commercial helicopter programs

 

2

 

3

 

2

 

5

 

International military helicopter programs

 

8

 

8

 

13

 

13

                   
 

Number of Weeks in Reporting Period1

         

2019

 

2018

 

First quarter

         

13

 

12

 

Second quarter

         

13

 

13

 

Third quarter

         

13

 

14

 

Fourth quarter

         

13

 

13

Lockheed Martin Delivers 134 F-35s in 2019

30/12/2019
 The F-35 team has delivered 134 aircraft, exceeding our delivery commitment for 2019. In 2020,
141 more F-35s will take to the skies. More:
The 134th aircraft /BF-91/ a Short Takeoff and Vertical Landing (STOVL) model for the United States Marine Corps.
US F-35- 81
    F-35A-50+1 48+1(17-5237/17-5284+/17-5285/) + AF-227,AF-228 from LRIP12 
    F-35B-21 21(169607/169627)
without 3(169628/169630)
   
F-35C-06  6 (169631/169636) without 8(169637, 169644)
   
F-35  -03 lot 10
                  

F-35 - 30
for international partner nations
Italy:           1   AL-11 without 1(AL-12)
Norway:      6  AM-17/AM-22
Australia:   10  AU-11/AU-20
18 
two/AU-19, AU-20/ from LRIP12 
Netherland: 8  AN 3/AN-10
  
Turkey:        4   AT-03/AT-06
UK                1
F-35 -23  for Foreign Military Sales customers
S.Korea: 10 AW-07/AW-16
 Israel:     6   6(AS-16/AS-21/-
/AS-15/ from LRIP10 
 Japan:     7   6(AX-11/AX-16
) + one/AX-17/ from LRIP12 
2019 3 from LRIP10+126 LRIP11+ 2 from LRIP12/US + 3 from LRIP12=134
LRIP11
2016
F-35A - 102
F-35B -  25
F-35C -  14
All F-35 141
The LRIP 11 agreement funds 91 aircraft for the U.S. Services, 28 for F-35 International Partners and 22 for F-35 Foreign Military Sales customers.

Lockheed Martin delivered its 500th aircraft F-35!

March 3, 2020
The 500 aircraft USAF F-35A #18-5343 134 FS 'VT(March 3, 2020) break down as follows: 354 F-35As, 108 F-35B short-takeoff and landing versions, and 38 F-35C carrier-based models?!
 500 aircraft - US (353), JSF (92), FMS (55)
F-35A
229 USAF AF-06/AF-234
F-35B  
86 US  BF-06/
BF-91
F-35C  
38 US  CF-06/
CF-43
353 F-35 US 
F-35A
  11 Italy: AL-01/AL-11
  22 Norway: AM-01/AM-22
  20 Australia: AU-01/AU-2
0
  10 Netherland: AN 1/AN-10
  
    7 Turkey: AT-01/AT-0

F-35B

19 UK    BK-01/BK-19
 3
Italy: BL-01/BL-03/ 
92 F-35  for international partner nations
  17 S.Korea: AW-01/AW-17

  20 Israel:   AS-01/AS-21
- AS-15  
  18 Japan: AX-01/AX-17,
AX-18
55 F-35  for Foreign Military Sales customers

F-35 Lightning II

Q1 2020
F-35A 365
233-229+ 4 USAF AF-06/AF-234 + 4(AF-235, AF-236, AF-237, AF-238)
  12 - 11+ 1 Italy: AL-01/AL-11 + AL-12
  22 Norway: AM-01/AM-22
  24-20+4 Australia: AU-01/AU-2
0 +
AU-21, AU-22 + AU-23, AU-24
  11 10+1 Netherland: AN 1/AN-10
+
AN-11  
  10  7+3 Turkey: AT-01/AT-0
7+3(
AT-08, AT-09, AT-10)
70+9 F-35  for international partner nations
  18 S.Korea: AW-01/AW-17+AW-18+AW-19+AW-20AW-18