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Pentagon and Lockheed Martin Deliver 300th F-35 Aircraft
F-35 Enterprise Ramps Up Production and Reduces Costs
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FORT WORTH, Texas , June 11, 2018 / PRNewswire / -- The F-35 Joint Program Office and Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] delivered the 300th production F-35 aircraft, demonstrating the program's continued progress and momentum. The 300th aircraft is a U.S. Air Force F-35A, to be delivered to Hill Air Force Base, Utah .

"The F-35 weapons system is a key enabler of our National Defense Strategy and is providing our warfighters the combat proven, advanced capabilities they need to meet mission requirements," said Vice Admiral Mat Winter, program executive officer for the F-35 Joint Program Office. "The 300th production aircraft delivery is a significant milestone that highlights the effective F-35 Enterprise collaboration across the JPO, U.S. services, partners and industry. Moving forward, our F-35 team remains committed to driving costs down, quality up and faster delivery timelines across our development, production and sustainment lines of effort."


The 300th production F-35 aircraft flies off the flight line at Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth, Texas.

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The first 300 F-35s include 197 F-35A conventional takeoff and landing (CTOL) variants, 75 F-35B short takeoff/vertical landing (STOVL) variants, and 28 F-35C carrier variants (CV) and have been delivered to U.S. and international customers. More than 620 pilots and 5,600 maintainers have been trained, and the F-35 fleet has surpassed more than 140,000 cumulative flight hours.

"This milestone is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our joint government and industry team as we collaborate to deliver transformational F-35 capabilities to the men and women in uniform," said Greg Ulmer , Lockheed Martin vice president and general manager of the F-35 program. "We are focused on reducing costs, increasing efficiencies, and ensuring the highest level of quality as we ramp to full rate production and sustainment of the operational fleet."

Increasing Production, Reducing Costs

As production volume increases and additional efficiencies are implemented, Lockheed Martin is on track to reduce the cost of an F-35A to $80 million by 2020, which is equal to or less than legacy 4 th generation aircraft. With the incorporation of lessons learned, process efficiencies, production automation, facility and tooling upgrades, supply chain initiatives and more, the F-35 enterprise has already significantly reduced costs and improved efficiency. For example:


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Steve Mayse brings to the teaching profession over 40 years of practical experience as the owner of his free-lance business as a practicing illustrator and designer. His client list has included Sports Illustrated, Arthur Anderson, McDonald’s, Boys’ Town, Employers Reinsurance Corp, American Airlines, Mohawk Paper, Cessna Corp., Sprint, Cerner Corp., the Los Angeles Times, the Kansas City Star, Emerge magazine, Physican magazine and many others. His work has received awards for excellence from the Art Directors and Illustration Awards Show in New York City, the Society of Illustrators NYC, the Society of Illustrators L.A., the Kansas City Art Directors Club, the Addy Awards and others. He is an alumnus of the University of Central Missouri, where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree with the double major in Art Education and Commercial Art and the University of Kansas, where he earned the M.F.A. degree in Design. In addition, UCM awarded Steve the Distinguished Alumni Award for his work as a practicing visual artist. He has also served as a visiting artist/guest lecturer at the State University of New York (Buffalo), the University of Kansas, William Jewel College, Graceland College, Northwest Missouri State University, Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, the International School in Prague, the Czech Republic and at ACE International Artist Residency in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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A native of Mexico City, Héctor Casanova graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1998 with a double major in illustration and art history. He has been working as a fine and graphic artist for more than 15 years, doing work for collectors, magazines and corporations, nationally and abroad. He is a staff artist at The Kansas City Star, where he has illustrated hundreds of articles and stories. His illustrations, including many comic illustrations, have been honored with several awards.

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Kellie Bloxsom is a designer and illustrator who currently works at Hallmark Cards. She is agraduate of the Kansas City Art Institute with a BFA in design. Besides working for Hallmark, Kellie has over 20 years experience designing and illustrating for advertising agencies and in-house marketing groups. Kellie is also a mixed media painter and has shown at galleries in Kansas City and New York. Her mixed media pieces are inspired by her quest to find the humor and meaning in things and attempting to communicate that visually. Her fine art work influences her design and illustration and vice versus.

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“A-POC” is an acronym for “A Piece of Cloth” and refers too, to the idea of “epoch.” It is a manufacturing method that uses computer technology to create clothing from a single piece of thread in a single process. Development began in 1997 as a project led by Issey Miyake and engineering designer Dai Fujiwara. The first results included ‘A-POCKing Queen, A-POCLe Feu’ and were presented in the Spring/Summer 1999 ISSEY MIYAKE Paris Collection. Following that, PLEATS PLEASE ISSEY MIYAKE and other collections began to develop items based upon the A-POC method (called “+A-POC”) starting in 2003. After 2007, the collection introduced design solutions under the subtext of "A-POC INSIDE" and has continued to refine its vision for making clothing.

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