The Joint Strike Fighter Derek W. Avance; Christopher S. Ceplecha; Robert E. Clay; Terry M. Featherston; David S. Grantham; Thomas E. Gregory (Faculty Advisor); Patrick A. Kelleher; David Kelly; Thomas L. Moore (Faculty Advisor); Garry L. Pendleton; John Rupp; Christopher E. Yelder Air Command and Staff College 1996
MEMORANDUM FOR CORRESPONDENTS June 23, 1998
The Joint Strike Fighter program office today announced today that Pratt & Whitney began ground testing the second of two developmental engine designs for the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) Concept Demonstrator Aircraft (CDA).
Boeing Refines Joint Strike Fighter Design
February 4, 1999 - Boeing has taken the next step in maturing the design for its Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), improving its affordability, supportability and performance capabilities while maintaining the fundamentals of its original weapon-system concept.
Joint Strike Fighter Acquisition Strategy, Boeing Press Release, 22 June 2000 -- Boeing supports today's Defense Department announcement confirming the current winner-take-all strategy on the Joint Strike Fighter competition.
Cohen: Joint Strike Fighter program must stay on schedule, Stars and Stripes, 24 June 2000 -- Defense Secretary William Cohen sent a letter to senior House and Senate lawmakers Thursday urging them to keep the funding and schedule for the Pentagon's Joint Strike Fighter aircraft on schedule.
NAVAIR test pilot breaks new ground in JSF testing, NAWCAD Public Affairs, 26 October 2000 -- In what could be the one of the last "first flights" of a new fighter program for a long time, Boeing chief test pilot Fred Knox piloted the X-32 Joint Strike Fighter concept demonstrator on its first flight thrilling none more than Navy Cmdr. Phil "Rowdy" Yates.