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UNCLASSIFIED, Exhibit R 2 RDT E Budget Item Justification PB 2015 Air Force Date March 2014. Appropriation Budget Activity R 1 Program Element Number Name. 3600 Research Development Test Evaluation Air Force BA 7 PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems. Operational Systems Development, mission planning and execution system for all ballistic airdrop mission as well as precision guided airdrops that are required when the mission profile or surface to air. threat assessment warrants a high altitude and or standoff precision delivery JPADS enables high altitude precise airdrop delivery to forward ground forces mitigating. surface to air threats reducing risk of Improvised Explosive Device IED insurgent attack on ground convoys JPADS allows the warfighter to consider weather. terrain aircraft capabilities threat etc to accurately deliver payloads to keep the warfighter supplied and in the fight. FY15 funding will continue the MPS software development program It will develop pre and in flight mission planning capabilities for a variety of Air Force aircraft and. weapons from legacy mission planning systems to the new MPS These weapon systems include but are not limited to the A 10 B 1B C 5 C 17 C 130 E 3 E 8. F 15 F 16 F 22A RC 135 HH 60 and their associated weapons e g Small Diameter Bomb SDB Joint Direct Attack Munitions JDAM Joint Air to Surface Standoff. Munitions JASSM etc FY15 funding will also continue the development of MAFPS to realize fuel savings and other efficiencies Additionally it will continue the. development of JPADS airdrop software and other system components to provide a precision airdrop capability for the C 17 C 130 and other selected platforms as. This program is in Budget Activity 7 Operational System Development because this budget activity includes development efforts to upgrade systems that have been. fielded or have received approval for full rate production and anticipate production funding in the current or subsequent fiscal year. B Program Change Summary in Millions FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 Base FY 2015 OCO FY 2015 Total. Previous President s Budget 69 377 62 605 86 628 86 628. Current President s Budget 64 035 62 432 60 679 60 679. Total Adjustments 5 342 0 173 25 949 25 949,Congressional General Reductions 0 091 0 173. Congressional Directed Reductions,Congressional Rescissions. Congressional Adds,Congressional Directed Transfers.
Reprogrammings,SBIR STTR Transfer 1 941,Other Adjustments 3 310 25 949 25 949. Change Summary Explanation, FY2013 Other Adjustments decreased 3 310M due to Sequestration. FY2015 Other Adjustments decreased 25 949M for higher Air Force priorities. PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems UNCLASSIFIED,Air Force Page 2 of 30 R 1 Line 167. UNCLASSIFIED, Exhibit R 2A RDT E Project Justification PB 2015 Air Force Date March 2014. Appropriation Budget Activity R 1 Program Element Number Name Project Number Name. 3600 7 PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems 673858 Mission Planning Systems MPS. Development,Prior FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2015 Cost To Total.
COST in Millions, Years FY 2013 FY 2014 Base OCO Total FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Complete Cost. 673858 Mission Planning 1 161 0 660 1 821,Systems MPS Development. Quantity of RDT E Articles, The FY 2015 OCO Request will be submitted at a later date. A Mission Description and Budget Item Justification. Mission planning involves the creation of a flight plan based on threats targets terrain weather aircraft performance capability and configuration It is an essential task. that must be completed prior to any fixed or rotary wing aircraft sortie The planner must have the ability to plan weapon cargo passenger and or fuel delivery calculate. fuel requirement and assess the route based on known enemy threat location and type Mission planners must be able to optimize and de conflict flight routes with other. aircraft review print and brief the plan and download pertinent flight information to on board aircraft avionics. This project provides for the continuous improvement of mission planning software capabilities that cut across all platforms and systems It allows for the investigation. of new technologies and products that have the potential for improving mission planning systems This includes the continuous upgrading of the MPS framework The. framework is the underlying baseline capability for all mission planning systems It will require regular upgrades to 1 reduce timelines for route planning 2 transmit. near real time intelligence data to the platforms 3 increase the accuracy of the mapping products 4 provide a Windows based commercial off the shelf based user. friendly product and 5 retain compatibility with platform changes to avionics and operational flight programs Funding will support development and modernization. activities for the following efforts within this project area. a MPS Increment IV Continues development activities to complete the initial migration of designated Increment IV platforms from the Combat Air Forces CAF and. Mobility Air Forces MAF to the new MPS planning capability This includes the F 22 Mission Planning Environment MPE which will support new capabilities for. weapons integration sensor updates and avionics changes integrated on board the aircraft Planned updates include transitioning selected platform to the Windows 7. operating system Additionally the development effort will also address new and emerging Operational Flight Program OFP generated requirements as identified by. the operational users Updates to common component e g airdrop and weather will also be completed as required. b Test Training and Certification Continues all MPS related integration test and certification activities for CAF and MAF platforms Funding for these support efforts. will be programmed with their associated project program in FY14 and the outyears. c Operational and Technical Support Continues all program office management operations and support activities to ensure the timely delivery of mission planning. systems to the warfighter, No Budget Year FY15 funding is requested for this activity. PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems UNCLASSIFIED,Air Force Page 3 of 30 R 1 Line 167.
UNCLASSIFIED, Exhibit R 2A RDT E Project Justification PB 2015 Air Force Date March 2014. Appropriation Budget Activity R 1 Program Element Number Name Project Number Name. 3600 7 PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems 673858 Mission Planning Systems MPS. Development, This program is in Budget Activity 7 Operational System Development because this budget activity includes development efforts to upgrade systems that have been. fielded or have received approval for full rate production and anticipate production funding in the current or subsequent fiscal year. B Accomplishments Planned Programs in Millions FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015. Title MPS Increment IV 1 161 0 660, Description Continues contractor executed software development and test activities required to migrate selected CAF and MAF. platforms to the new MPS Increment IV mission planning capability. FY 2013 Accomplishments, Completed development and contractor testing of unique planning components of the Mission Planning Environments MPEs for. F 22 and A 10,FY 2014 Plans, Complete operational testing of OFP driven updates e g Global Pilot Vehicle Interface Windows 7 operating environment Link.
16 Combat ID for the F 22 MPE, Accomplishments Planned Programs Subtotals 1 161 0 660. C Other Program Funding Summary in Millions,D Acquisition Strategy. MPS development utilizes an evolutionary acquisition approach to develop and deliver an interoperable network centric mission planning system tailored for numerous. Air Force platforms using competition and multiple contract vehicles. E Performance Metrics, Please refer to the Performance Base Budget Overview Book for information on how Air Force resources are applied and how those resources are contributing to Air. Force performance goals and most importantly how they contribute to our mission. PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems UNCLASSIFIED,Air Force Page 4 of 30 R 1 Line 167. UNCLASSIFIED, Exhibit R 3 RDT E Project Cost Analysis PB 2015 Air Force Date March 2014.
Appropriation Budget Activity R 1 Program Element Number Name Project Number Name. 3600 7 PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems 673858 Mission Planning Systems MPS. Development,FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2015, Product Development in Millions FY 2013 FY 2014 Base OCO Total. Contract Target, Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Total Value of. Cost Category Item Type Activity Location Years Cost Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Complete Cost Contract. MPS Incr IV Software, C Various Various Various 0 000 0 203 Nov 2012 0 563 Nov 2013 Continuing Continuing TBD. Development MPEC II,Systems Engineering and, C CPAF SAIC McLean VA 0 000 0 100 Nov 2012 0 031 Nov 2013 Continuing Continuing TBD. Integration SEIC,Organic Hill AFB, A 10 Development PO 0 000 Continuing Continuing TBD.
Subtotal 0 000 0 303 0 594,FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2015. Support in Millions FY 2013 FY 2014 Base OCO Total. Contract Target, Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Total Value of. Cost Category Item Type Activity Location Years Cost Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Complete Cost Contract. FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2015, Test and Evaluation in Millions FY 2013 FY 2014 Base OCO Total. Contract Target, Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Total Value of. Cost Category Item Type Activity Location Years Cost Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Complete Cost Contract. Responsible Test 46TW Eglin AFB, PO 0 000 0 195 Nov 2012 0 022 Nov 2013 Continuing Continuing TBD.
Organization RTO FL,Certification and JITC Indian Head. MIPR 0 000 0 007 Jan 2013 Continuing Continuing TBD. Accreditation MD,Ogden Air Logistics, Type I Training C FP 0 000 0 103 Nov 2012 0 024 Nov 2013 Continuing Continuing TBD. Center Hill AFB UT,Field Representative, C Various Various Various 0 000 0 062 Nov 2012 0 004 Nov 2013 Continuing Continuing TBD. Subtotal 0 000 0 367 0 050,PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems UNCLASSIFIED. Air Force Page 5 of 30 R 1 Line 167,UNCLASSIFIED, Exhibit R 3 RDT E Project Cost Analysis PB 2015 Air Force Date March 2014.
Appropriation Budget Activity R 1 Program Element Number Name Project Number Name. 3600 7 PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems 673858 Mission Planning Systems MPS. Development,FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2015, Management Services in Millions FY 2013 FY 2014 Base OCO Total. Contract Target, Method Performing Prior Award Award Award Award Cost To Total Value of. Cost Category Item Type Activity Location Years Cost Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Date Cost Complete Cost Contract. Technical and Engineering Mitre Corp Bedford, RO 0 000 0 222 Oct 2012 0 007 Oct 2013 Continuing Continuing TBD. Support MA,Program Management, Various Various Various 0 000 0 269 Nov 2012 0 009 Nov 2013 Continuing Continuing TBD. Administration,Subtotal 0 000 0 491 0 016, Prior FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2015 Cost To Total Value of.
Years FY 2013 FY 2014 Base OCO Total Complete Cost Contract. Project Cost Totals 0 000 1 161 0 660,PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems UNCLASSIFIED. Air Force Page 6 of 30 R 1 Line 167,UNCLASSIFIED, Exhibit R 4 RDT E Schedule Profile PB 2015 Air Force Date March 2014. Appropriation Budget Activity R 1 Program Element Number Name Project Number Name. 3600 7 PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems 673858 Mission Planning Systems MPS. Development,PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems UNCLASSIFIED. Air Force Page 7 of 30 R 1 Line 167,UNCLASSIFIED, Exhibit R 4A RDT E Schedule Details PB 2015 Air Force Date March 2014. Appropriation Budget Activity R 1 Program Element Number Name Project Number Name. 3600 7 PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems 673858 Mission Planning Systems MPS. Development,Schedule Details,Events Quarter Year Quarter Year.
F 22 Inc 3 2A v12 0 Fielding 1 2014 1 2014,A 10 Suite 7B Fielding 1 2013 1 2013. Program Support 1 2013 2 2014,PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems UNCLASSIFIED. Air Force Page 8 of 30 R 1 Line 167,UNCLASSIFIED, Exhibit R 2A RDT E Project Justification PB 2015 Air Force Date March 2014. Appropriation Budget Activity R 1 Program Element Number Name Project Number Name. 3600 7 PE 0208006F Mission Planning Systems 675302 Precision Aerial Delivery Systems. Prior FY 2015 FY 2015 FY 2015 Cost To Total,COST in Millions. Years FY 2013 FY 2014 Base OCO Total FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 Complete Cost. 675302 Precision Aerial 5 546 3 299 6 972 6 972 11 987 12 777 14 115 14 384 Continuing Continuing. Delivery Systems PADS,Quantity of RDT E Articles, The FY 2015 OCO Request will be submitted at a later date.
A Mission Description and Budget Item Justification. Mission planning involves the creation of a flight plan based on multiple inputs including threats targets terrain weather aircraft performance capability and. configuration It is an essential task that must be completed prior to any fixed or rotary wing aircraft sortie The planner must have the ability to plan weapon cargo. passenger and or fuel delivery calculate fuel requirement and assess the route based on known enemy threat location and type Mission planners must be able to. optimize and de conflict flight routes with other aircraft review print and brief the plan download pertinent flight information to on . The Mission Planning Systems MPS program is a collaborative program with the Army and Navy to leverage technical solutions and business practices for all Department of Defense DoD platforms

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