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									                    MV-22 Osprey
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                        Col Keith “Berzerk” Birkholz
                                           APW-1
                             Overview
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      • Background
          – The Requirement
      • Concept of Employment
          – The Mission
      • Programmatic Stuff
          – Blocks
          – VMX-22
          – Transition
                          Background
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      • The requirement for the V-22 was initially
        validated by the Chief of Naval Operations
        (CNO) in 1969.

      • The requirement was last revalidated by
        JROC Memorandum 127-04, dated 20 Jul
        04 for ORD Change 4.
                         MV Concept
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      • Medium Lift Replacement Aircraft
          – CH-46E is 40 Years Old
      • Supports Joint Functional Concepts
          – Force Application
      • Supports/Enables
          – Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare (EMW) and
            Enhanced Networked Sea Basing
      •   Speed
      •   Survivability
      •   Lift (Internal and External)
      •   Combat Radius
                         MV-22 vs CH-46E
                Performance Comparison w/ Wet Wing Mod
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            Why We Want It                                                     6 X the
                          Twice the Speed                                      range
                    5
                          Three times the Payload            3 X the                805
                          Six times the Range                payload
                    4
                                                                13163
                                            2 1/2 X the
                           2 X as fast        altitude
                    3              341
                                               25,000

                    2
                                   264

                          133             10,000           3600             136
                    1

                          CH-46E   V-22    CH-46E   V-22   CH-46E   V-22    CH-46E   V-22

                    0
                        Cruise Speed        Altitude       Internal        Unrefueled
                          (KCAS)            (Feet)         Payload          Range
                                                             (lbs)           (nm)
                                               UNCLASSIFIED
             Susceptibility/Vulnerability Relationship
                                              “Kill Chain”
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                         SUSCEPTIBILITY                                VULNERABILITY

                   DETECTION
                       &
             ACQUISITION AVOIDANCE
                                             ENGAGEMENT
                                                   &
                                             HIT AVOIDANCE
         I
         N                                                                     THREAT
         T                                                                        &
         E     THREAT                                                      KILL TOLERANCE
         L
         L   SUPPRESSION
         I                     RANGE
         G
         E                     SPEED
         N
         C
         E
                            SIGNATURE COUNTERMEASURES VULNERABILITY REDUCTION
                             CONTROL          &            Fire Suppression
         M
                                      SIGNATURE CONTROL      Broom Straw
         I                      Radar                               Controlled Wing Failure
         S                                 Radar Warning System       Ballistic Tolerance
         S                     Infrared                                     CBR&N
         I                                 Missile Launch Warning   Component Redundancy
         O                      Visual                                 (with Separation)
         N                                   Countermeasures                 Armor
         P                    Acoustic
         L
         A                    Electronic
         N                    Emissions
         N
         I
         N
         G
                                                                              Why We Want It
                                                PLATFORM CHARACTERISTICS

                                            SURVIVABILITY
                     Threat Summary
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  • Systems Threat Assessment Report (STAR) up-
    dated in August 2004.
  • Projected threats:
      –   Small arms
      –   Rocket propelled grenades (RPG)
      –   Shoulder fired surface-to-air missiles (MANPADs)
      –   Anti-aircraft artillery
      –   Radio Frequency (RF) surface-to-air missiles (SAMs)
      –   High performance aircraft
      –   Directed energy weapons
                     Reduced Vulnerability to Fire
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                             7.62 mm                          12.7 mm
                     Armor Piercing Incendiary        Armor Piercing Incendiary


                12                               10
                                                  9
                10                                8
Vulnerability




                                                  7
                 8
                                                  6
                 6                                5
                                                  4
                 4                                3
                                                  2
                 2
                                                  1
                                                      CV-22    CH-46E


                     V-22   CH-46E CH-53E             V-22    CH-46E    CH-53E
          MV-22 Concept of Employment
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 Run the Video
          MV Evolutionary Acquisition
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  • Block A: Safe and Operational Aircraft (Remain Training Assets)
                  – Improved IETMs
                  – Nacelle Redesign
                  – S/W Upgrades
  • Block B: Improved Effectiveness & Suitability and Deployable
                  –   Improved Effectiveness and Suitability
                  –   Reliability & Maintainability (R&M) Improvements
                  –   Training/Logistics Improvements
                  –   Interim Gun System
  • Block C: Mission Enhancements and R&M (POM-06 Issues)
                  –   Interoperability (PMA-209)
                  –   Environmental Control System (ECS)
                  –   Weather Radar
                  –   Fwd Firing ALE-47 Buckets
                  –   Hover Coupled Upgrades/Geo Reference Compare
  • Block D: Enhanced Capabilities/ Maturing Technologies (P3I)
Block C/20 Breakdown                 Common Priorities
                              USMC POM-06 Issues:
                               Approach to Hover Upgrades
                               Hover Coupled Upgrades
                               Reserve Power (engine)
                               ECS
                               Landing Gear Isolation Valve
                               EAPS Starter Valve
         MV Unique             Parking Brake light on ess bus             CV Unique
POM-06 Issue:                  Critical Azimuth (Unicom) pitch-up   Proposed POM-06
 MV Weather Radar (MMR)        w/sideslip                           Issues:
 Backup GPS                  USAF Proposed POM-06 Issues:            TF < 50 KTS
 ALE-47 Fwd Firing Buckets    Degraded Nav (Dual MC Failure)        CV HUD
 1553 Troop Cdr Data Bus      DMS                                   Cabin Suitability
 CPI                          SATCOM                                Hover Perform Upgrades
 NVG HUD Upgrades             Great Circle                          Coupled TF
PMA-209 POM-06 Issue:          Brakes                                Supplemental 02
 JTRS Cluster 4/Link 16       Emergency Power                       LPI Transponder
                               High Alt Conversion                   CSEL/GPRS
                               Performance Calculator                ALSS Compatible O2
                               Fuel Dump Impingement                 JTRS Cluster 1
                                                                      Link 16 Cluster 1
                              PMA-209 POM-06 Issues:
                               GANS/GATM Phase 2 (MV lead NRE)
                               Blue Force Tracking
                               TAWS
                               Flight Recorder
                             VMX-22 Function
           Marine Tiltrotor Operational & Test Evaluation Squadron 22
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• Conduct ~ Operational Test for V-22 Tilt Rotor
• Address ~ future requirements
• Build ~ operational tactics guide
• Develop ~ training, tactics, & procedures
• Sponsor ~ tiltrotor issues and concepts of employment
• Prepare ~ foundation for VMMT training syllabus
• Provide ~ groundwork for follow on test and future
            tiltrotor versions
            Tiltrotor Center of Excellence
                              VMMT-204
              Marine Medium Tiltrotor Training Squadron 204
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  • The Critical Piece of the Transition
  • Instructors Currently Gaining Experience with VMX
      – USMC & USAF
  • Ready For Training November 1, 2005: HMM-263
      – Unit Transition from HMM to VMM
      – 2 Squadrons per Year
      – 100 Level Training, Producing T2P’s – Copilot’s
  • Advanced Tiltrotor Training Unit (ATTU)
      – 200-400 Level Training, Core Capable Squadron
      – Under Cognizance of VMMT-204
                                                    Unit Transition
                                                                      HMM to VMM
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                    2005                                                                                 2006
Apr       May    Jun      Jul         Aug         Sep     Oct      Nov    Dec     Jan     Feb    Mar     Apr      May   Jun     Jul     Aug     Sep   Oct

      OPEVAL                                                                                                                                F     C
                                                                                                                                            R     O
                         AVI Class 1                                                                                                        S     R
                                              AVI Class 2                                                                                         E
                                                                                                                                            C
            AIRFRAME Class 1                                                                                                                O     C
                    AIRFRAME Class 2                                                                                                        M     A
                                AIRFRAME Class 3                                                                                            P     P
                                                                                                                                            L     A
                FL Class 1                                                                                                                  E     B
                         FL Class 2                                                                                                         T     L
                                      FLClass 3                                                                                             E     E
                                                                OMA MAINTENANCE TRANSITION TRAINING       OMA MATURATION/ ATTU SUPERVISED


                                                                   SENIOR LEADERSHIP PILOT 100 Level   SENIOR LEADERSHIP ATTU 200 & Above
                                                                                    MID GRADE PILOT 100 Level     MID GRADE PILOT 200 & Above
                                                                                                         INITIAL ACCESSIONS 100 Level                 200 & Ab

                                                                         SNCO CC 100 Level           SNCO CC 100 Level ATTU 200 & Above
                                                                                        NCO CC 100 Level            NCO CC Class 200 & Above
                                                                                                         INITIAL ACCESSION CC FRS 100 Level           200 & Ab

      1                                                           2
                    Fleet                                                           Fleet
                       CY 07                                                            CY 07-08
Mar       Apr      May          Jun         Jul         Aug      Sep     Oct      Nov      Dec     Jan      Feb
                Pre-Deployment Training                                             Deployment

1. Earliest deployment (MARFOR decision).                                           2. DC (A) recommended (earliest to deploy).
                                    Questions?
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