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作者: 胡佛    时间: 2009-5-11 16:50     标题: 美军战机库存记录

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作者: 大嘴    时间: 2009-5-11 17:29

Fighter/ Attack Inventory

Fighter/ Attack


Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


A-10A: 130 Grounded

208


27.3


8,386


1979


1984


A-10C: 5 Grounded

148


27.1


9,274


1979


1984


F-15A:
39 Restricted

39


30.7


6,616


1975


1981


F-15B:
5 Restricted

5


30.9


7,054


1976


1978


F-15C:
7 Grounded, 318 Restricted

325


25.2


6,785


1979


1989


F-15D:
51 Restricted

51


25.6


6,630


1979


1987


F-15E:
219 Restricted

223


16.4


4,775


1987


2004


F-16C:
21 Grounded, 11 Restricted

1,029


18.5


4,870


1984


2005


F-16D:
1 Grounded, 2 Restricted

176


18.6


4,609


1984


1994


F-22A

121


2.5


383


2001


2008


MQ-9A

20


1.4


908


2004


2008




Fighters age fast—whether taking to the sky on a training mission or combat sortie, fighter aircraft constantly push the edge of their performance envelopes, stressing airframe structures with high-Gs maneuvers and supersonic speeds. As far as these airframes are concerned, they have been going to war on a daily basis for decades.


Bomber Inventory

Bomber


Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


B-1B: 66 Restricted

66


21.0


6,303


1986


1988


B-2A

20


14.1


3,669


1989


1997


B-52H: 13 Grounded

89


46.7


17,150


1960


1962



The Air Force is the only branch of the military that has the capability to launch conventional strike missions at a moment’s notice against any target in the world. This is a phenomenal capability that yields tremendous strategic options for the country.
88% of the strategic bombing fleet consists of legacy assets that are not survivable in modern threat environments. Double-digit SAMs and 4+ generation fighters are proliferating rapidly.
The Air Force’s 20 B-2s are the only long-range strategic bombers available within the DoD inventory that are survivable in high threat environments.
There is no production line open to replace combat/ operational losses for the B-2.
Access to regional bases is not guaranteed—future engagements may require the US to execute global combat operations exclusively from CONUS bases. Strategic bombers are the only strike assets that have sufficient range to execute many of these missions.
During a sustained air campaign the Air Force is able to generate and fly about 4 B-2s per mission from CONUS. In the first days of a campaign, the planners might be able to generate 6 aircraft – but over the long term –4 is the realistic number.






Tanker Inventory

Tanker


Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


KC-10A

59


23.6


22,172


1981


1990


KC-135E:
20 Grounded

40


49.4


18,220


1958


1962


KC-135R

363


46.8


18,932


1958


1964


KC-135T

54


48.5


19,888


1959


1961



Tankers are the fundamental enablers of the joint team. Whether supporting F-18s striking strategic targets, C-5s transporting equipment, C-17s evacuating wounded, RC-135s conducting ISR missions, or F-16s providing close-air-support, tankers make the vast majority of these missions possible.
88% of the tanker fleet was built during the Eisenhower and Kennedy Administrations. These airframes are expected to stay in service until 2040.
An unforeseen problem within the KC-135 fleet could ground the vast majority of America’s aerial refueling assets, with few viable alternatives available. This would severely limit the nation’s ability to act on a global basis.
As tankers age, they become increasingly expensive to maintain and support.


Strategic Lift Inventory

Strategic Lift


Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


C-5A:
2 Grounded, 1 Restricted

59


36.9


20,284


1970


1973


C-5B

47


20.7


17,533


1986


1989


C-5C

2


38.2


16,636


1970


1970


C-5M

3


26.0


15,304


1972


1988


C-17A

177


6.9


7,983


1991


2008



C-5s and C-17s enable US forces to respond to events around the globe in a matter of hours. Whether deploying a combat team, evacuating wounded or delivering humanitarian relief supplies, these missions are of critical importance.
As the Army and Marine Corps increase their ranks by 92,000 members, the requirement for strategic lift will increase.
Strategic lift assets are stretched so thin in current operations that the US must augment its C-17 and C-5 fleet with international commercial assets like Russian AN-124s.
Failing to modernize the C-5 fleet and procure a sufficient number of C-17s will reduce strategic agility, impede rapid response, and increase the risk assumed by the warfighter.

Tactical Lift Inventory

Tactical Lift


Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


C-130E: 4 Restricted

98


44.3


27,244


1961


1974


C-130H: 8 Restricted

269


21.1


10,386


1974


1997


NC-130H

1


42.4


9,899


1966


1966


LC-130H

10


16.4


13,229


1984


1998


C-130J

51


3.9


1,744


1999


2008



C-130s are the backbone of the US tactical airlifting fleet. These aircraft deliver vital supplies to troops on the front lines, evacuate the wounded, and transport Service members in theater. C-130s have also saved numerous lives in Iraq by airlifting cargo instead of sending convoy personnel into harms way.
The C-130 fleet has been in production since the Eisenhower Administration, with elements of the current fleet dating back to 1961.
Metal fatigue within the center wing box is an issue that pervades the E-model fleet and will spread to the H-models as they age. Repairs for this problem are not cost effective. This means that the Air Force must acquire a sufficient number of J-model aircraft to offset the inevitable retirements that will occur as elements of the fleet progressively experience structural failure.
Much of the C-130 fleet is assigned to the Air National Guard. Loss of this regional airlift capability hinders rapid response to natural disasters, forest fires, and other homeland security emergencies.


Command and Control Inventory

Command and Control


Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


E-3B

23


30.0


22,445


1976


1981


E-3C

9


25.5


20,212


1981


1984


E-4B

4


34.3


14,195


1973


1975


E-8C

17


7.9


53,223


1996


2005


TE-8A

1


17.6


57,412


1991


1991



Recent combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have demonstrated the invaluable contribution that the command and control fleet makes to the fight. Whether tracking enemy formations in a JSTARS or managing strike assets in an AWACS, these planes and their crews have dramatically increased the effectiveness and efficiency of US forces.
92% of the command and control fleet is based on the 707/ KC-135 airframe. These aircraft are high demand, low density assets and are rapidly aging under demanding operating conditions. It is important that replacements come into the inventory before these critical assets fail due to age-related issues.
While the E-8 fleet was acquired in the 1990s, the airframes used are 707-300s that had been in airline since the 1960s.
It is also important to ensure that the systems housed within these aircraft are modern and capable.



Manned Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance Inventory
Manned ISR

Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


NC-135W

1


46.4


26,206


1962


1962


OC-135B

2


46.3


32,875


1962


1962


RC-135S

3


46.4


29,437


1962


1962


RC-135U

2


43.6


23,207


1965


1965


RC-135V

8


43.8


33,807


1964


1965


RC-135W

9


46.2


42,978


1962


1962


TC-135S

1


46.2


28,811


1962


1962


TC-135W

2


46.2


37,271


1962


1962


WC-135C

1


44.2


26,694


1964


1964


WC-135W

1


46.3


32,669


1962


1962


RC-26B

11


14.3


7,663


1992


1995


U-2S

28


25.4


11,836


1968


1990


TU-2S

5


24.3


7,716


1982


1987


WC-130H

10


42.7


19,167


1965


1966


WC-130J

10


7.4


2,402


1999


2002



The vast majority of these assets were acquired during the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations. It is critical that the Air Force ensures that viable replacements are available as these aircraft are near half-a-century in age—they won’t last another 50 years.


UAV ISR Inventory*
ISR--UAV

Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


MQ-1B

110


3.7


2,854


1998


2008


RQ-4A

7


3.6


2,250


2003


2006


RQ-4B

7


0.8


1


2007


2008



The UAV fleet has brought incredible capabilities to the ISR and strike mission sets. Continued advancement in this field will certainly bolster the joint team.
The Air Force concept of UAV operations enables unparalleled efficiency with these new assets. 85% of Air Force UAVs are forward deployed, compared to 35% of Army UAV assets.
Current UAVs are not survivable in a moderate or high threat environment. It is important that the Air Force ensures that it has robust ISR and strike capabilities that can operate in all types of threat environments.
Successful operation of the UAV fleet depends on space and cyber superiority to ensure that ground stations can communicate via satellite with the unmanned aerial vehicles.
The Air Force just passed the 400,000-hour milestone on unmanned aerial vehicles. It took the Air Force 12 years to get to 180,000 hours, and it took an additional eight months to achieve the remaining 220,000 hours.
The Secretary of Defense has ordered the Air Force to provide 31 MQ-1 and 2 MQ-9 combat air patrols (CAPs) by Dec 2008. the SECDEF has also ordered MQ-9 to increase to 5 CAPs by Aug 2009.
Currently the USAF is on track to meet
these targets and is currently flying 28 MQ-1 CAPs and 2 MQ-9 CAPs.





Electronic Warfare Inventory
Electronic Warfare

Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


EC-130H:
2 Grounded

14


35.2


19,869


1965


1974


TC-130H

1


42.9


18,790


1965


1965


NKC-135B: 1 Grounded

1


43.9


30,626


1964


1964


NKC-135E

1


51.1


11,059


1957


1957



The vast majority of these assets were acquired during the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations. It is critical that the Air Force ensures that viable replacements are available as these aircraft near half-a-century in age—they won’t last another 50 years.


Special Operations Inventory
Special Ops

Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


AC-130H

8


38.9


19,086


1969


1969


AC-130U

17


17.6


6,666


1988


1992


CV-22B

10


1.9


539


2005


2008


EC-130J:
3 Restricted

7


8.2


2,278


1999


2003


MC-130E:
2 Restricted

14


43.3


21,337


1963


1965


MC-130H

20


20.1


7,346


1985


1992


MC-130P:
1 Grounded

27


39.5


18,968


1965


1996


MC-130W

6


19.5


7,773


1988


1989



The men and women of Air Force Special Operations Command have made invaluable contributions to current combat operations. However, the demanding nature of these missions has worn out AFSOC equipment. AC-130 gunships have structural problems and new CV-22s are required to backfill the recently-retired MH-53 fleet.
Future challenges in the world will will undoubtedly require AFSOC participation and these airmen need to have first rate equipment as they undertake missions that consistently take them into harm’s way.

Combat Search and Rescue Inventory
CSAR

Inventory


Avg Age


Avg Hrs


Oldest


Newest


HC-130N

10


24.1


8,788


1970


1996


HC-130P

23


41.9


17,471


1963


1986


HH-60G: 2 Grounded

101


18.2


4,655


1982


1999



If the nation asks the men and women of the Air Force to fly dangerous combat missions, then the Service must ensure that it has equipment capable of rescuing downed airmen. The current HH-60 fleet is nearing the end of its service life and the Air Force must acquire a new CSAR helicopter to maintain the viability of this critical capability. This is a moral and ethical issue.
It is important to note that the enemies in the War on Terrorism do not hold their captives in POW camps--they torture and execute them.
作者: helipoter66    时间: 2009-5-11 20:30

很棒的资料  可惜要是中文的就好了~
作者: 刺刀    时间: 2009-5-11 20:56

该文当翻译!
找个懂空军的人吧……
作者: wingriddle    时间: 2009-5-11 22:34

老大,能给翻翻吗?偶E文不好,看得生不如死!赶紧的!
作者: doitenow    时间: 2009-5-12 00:00

好东东,老大有没有美国空军飞机寿命使用和管理方面的东西啊
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-22 22:22

AC130才那么点???加起来才25架而且都是很老的飞机了,能胜任么  还有这个库存是包括现役的吧
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-22 22:53

我来试着翻译一下,嘿嘿,毕竟是英语专业
Fighters age fast—whether taking to the sky on a training mission or combat sortie, fighter aircraft constantly push the edge of their performance envelopes, stressing airframe structures with high-Gs maneuvers and supersonic speeds. As far as these airframes are concerned, they have been going to war on a daily basis for decades.
战斗机的年龄增长很快——无论是上天做训练任务还是战斗出勤,由于高G机动和超音速对机身结构的压力,战机都在不断地在延伸他们的外壳极限。根据这些机身所被关注的问题,战斗机们已经在战争中按一个每天基本出勤率战斗了几十年了。

可能翻译的有问题,因为有两句话特别不好翻译,尤其是最后一句,我猜了半天得出了那么一个结果,希望高手指正。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-22 22:59

The Air Force is the only branch of the military that has the capability to launch conventional strike missions at a moment’s notice against any target in the world. This is a phenomenal capability that yields tremendous strategic options for the country.
空军只是军事力量的一部分,他有能力在受到通知的一瞬间对这个世界上的任何目标发动传统的打击任务。这是一个现实的能力为这个国家的战略提供了了非常好的选择。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-22 23:04

88% of the strategic bombing fleet consists of legacy assets that are not survivable in modern threat environments. Double-digit SAMs and 4+ generation fighters are proliferating rapidly.
百分之八十八的战略轰炸机由不能在现代威胁环境下很好生存的过去的(旧式?)飞机组成。Double-digit SAMs (是不是一种新式的防空导弹?)和四代以上的战斗机数量正在激增。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-22 23:08

The Air Force’s 20 B-2s are the only long-range strategic bombers available within the DoD inventory that are survivable in high threat environments.
•There is no production line open to replace combat/ operational losses for the B-2.
空军的20架B-2是唯一一种在国防部的库存里在高威胁环境下可用的可以很好生存的长距离战略轰炸机。
(并且)没有一条生产线来可以生产用来取代战损的B-2的飞机。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-22 23:17

Access to regional bases is not guaranteed—future engagements may require the US to execute global combat operations exclusively from CONUS bases. Strategic bombers are the only strike assets that have sufficient range to execute many of these missions.
接近战区的基地是不能保证安全的--未来的战争可能需要美国只从CONUS bases(出发)执行全球战斗行动。战略轰炸机是唯一的有足够距离来执行这些任务的打击能力。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-22 23:21

During a sustained air campaign the Air Force is able to generate and fly about 4 B-2s per mission from CONUS. In the first days of a campaign, the planners might be able to generate 6 aircraft – but over the long term –4 is the realistic number.
在一个持续的空中战役中空军有能力在每次任务中从CONUS出动大概4架B-2。在战役的最初几天,行动的计划者可能有能力出动6架飞机-但是在长期行动中-4是一个现实的数字。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-22 23:27

•Tankers are the fundamental enablers of the joint team. Whether supporting F-18s striking strategic targets, C-5s transporting equipment, C-17s evacuating wounded, RC-135s conducting ISR missions, or F-16s providing close-air-support, tankers make the vast majority of these missions possible.
加油机是联合行动团队中的基础部队。无论是支援F-18的打击战略目标,C-5的运输装备,C-17的撤离伤患,RC-135的引导ISR任务,还是F-16的提供近距离空中支援,加油机将使大量的这些任务成为可能。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-22 23:30

•88% of the tanker fleet was built during the Eisenhower and Kennedy Administrations. These airframes are expected to stay in service until 2040.
百分之八十八的加油机联队(fleet是翻译成联队么?)是在艾森豪威尔和肯尼迪政府期间建成的。这些加油机的机身被期望能够维持服役直到2040年。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-22 23:31

今天先翻译这么多,再不下老婆要骂人的,哪位大大继续吧。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-23 13:49

•An unforeseen problem within the KC-135 fleet could ground the vast majority of America’s aerial refueling assets, with few viable alternatives available. This would severely limit the nation’s ability to act on a global basis.
一个未预料到的KC-135机群的问题就是,因为(KC-135是)很少的能养活的可用选择,所以(一旦出现问题)可能会使美国绝大部分的加油机(aerial refueling assets,我把这个翻译成加油机不知道妥当否)停飞。这将严重限制国家在全球化行动这个基础上的表现能力。

这段话翻译的相当艰难,我凭着臆测加入了很多自己的理解,不知道是不是正确的。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-23 13:52

•As tankers age, they become increasingly expensive to maintain and support.
随着加油机的机龄增长,他们的维护保养变得越来越贵。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-23 13:57

•C-5s and C-17s enable US forces to respond to events around the globe in a matter of hours. Whether deploying a combat team, evacuating wounded or delivering humanitarian relief supplies, these missions are of critical importance.
无论是部署一个战斗团队,撤离伤患还是运送人道主义关怀物资,这些都是非常重要的任务。C-5和C-17机群使美国军事力量能对全球性的事件在几个小时内作出回应。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-23 14:03

As the Army and Marine Corps increase their ranks by 92,000 members, the requirement for strategic lift will increase.
随着陆军和陆战队的规模增大92000人,对于战略运输的需求将会增加。

•Strategic lift assets are stretched so thin in current operations that the US must augment its C-17 and C-5 fleet with international commercial assets like Russian AN-124s.
战略运输机可以有弹性的在当前行动中使用--美国必须使她的C-17和C-5机群能像俄罗斯的安-124飞机一样,增强在国际商贸(机种)中的地位。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-23 14:07

•Failing to modernize the C-5 fleet and procure a sufficient number of C-17s will reduce strategic agility, impede rapid response, and increase the risk assumed by the warfighter.
对于C-5机群的现代化改造的失败促成了C-17机群中的很大一部分减少了战略上使用的灵敏性,妨碍了快速反应,增加了战争一旦爆发下的风险。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-23 14:13

•C-130s are the backbone of the US tactical airlifting fleet. These aircraft deliver vital supplies to troops on the front lines, evacuate the wounded, and transport Service members in theater. C-130s have also saved numerous lives in Iraq by airlifting cargo instead of sending convoy personnel into harms way.
C-130是美国战术空运机群中的支柱。这些飞机为在前线的部队运送极其重要的补给物资,撤离伤患并且在战区运送维护部队。C-130同样通过用空运货物取代运送警戒保卫人员这种有危害的方法在伊拉克救助了无数的生命。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-23 14:15

•The C-130 fleet has been in production since the Eisenhower Administration, with elements of the current fleet dating back to 1961.
C-130机群的生产从艾森豪威尔执政时代就开始了,现在这些飞机的原理要追溯到1961年。
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-23 20:37

•Metal fatigue within the center wing box is an issue that pervades the E-model fleet and will spread to the H-models as they age. Repairs for this problem are not cost effective. This means that the Air Force must acquire a sufficient number of J-model aircraft to offset the inevitable retirements that will occur as elements of the fleet progressively experience structural failure.
这一段请懂空军的人翻译吧。。。有好些专有名词,不敢乱翻译
作者: 地狱伞兵    时间: 2009-5-23 20:42

•Much of the C-130 fleet is assigned to the Air National Guard. Loss of this regional airlift capability hinders rapid response to natural disasters, forest fires, and other homeland security emergencies.
很多的C-130被指定给空军国民警卫队。这些区域性空运能力的损失妨碍了对于自然灾害,森林火灾和其他本国紧急安全事务的快速反应。
作者: shumi2    时间: 2009-5-26 12:15

有海军,陆战队,以及陆军的飞机数量/机龄/飞行时间 统计表吗?




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