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11 July 2013

Presented by:

Mr. Jeffrey Langhout

Director Aviation Engineering Directorate

Presented to:Huntsville Aerospace Marketing Association

Approved for public release;

distribution unlimited. Review completed by the AMRDEC Public Affairs Office

5 Feb 2009; FN3832.

AED Familiarization and US Army Airworthiness

OverviewSlide2

AGENDA

Who is Jeff Langhout?What is AED?Why do our customers need AED?The Big Three

TransformingWhat Lies Ahead…Slide3

Who is Jeff Langhout

Raised in HuntsvilleBIE, Auburn 1986; MSE, UAH 1991Army employee since April 1986.MSIC/TSMO (1986-2002), Cargo PM (2002-2013), AED (2013-)Christian

Believe 100% that God is always with me and wont throw at me more than I can handleOur time on Earth is when we decide what eternity will be for each of usRelationships run the world… processes are important, but people and their relationships are what gets things accomplished.

What you see is what you getHobbies: Golf and taking care of church stuff…Married to Jackie for 26 years. Children -- Grace 21, Robert 18Slide4

WHAT IS AED?

As the FAA is to commercial aviation – AED is to most of Army AviationMission: “Deliver responsive airworthiness solutions throughout the system life cycle. Sustain the leadership and engineering expertise necessary to provide valued products to our aviation customers”Slide5

AIRWORTHINESS

Definition: “The property of an air system configuration to safely attain, sustain, and complete flight in accordance with approved usage limits”Governed by Army Regulation 70-62

DA-G4 (LTG Mason) is the Airworthiness ProponentAMCOM CG (MG Collyar) is the Airworthiness Authority

MG Collyar delegates to AED for the majority of Army AviationSlide6

Aviation Engineering Directorate

Delegated Airworthiness Authority for ~ 4000 manned and 8000 unmanned a/c ~ 100 different model/design/series

Liaison Engineers in the field enabling readiness and OPTEMPO

Principal architects of UAS airworthiness policy DoDD 5030.61 on airworthiness International Military Airworthiness Authority recognition

PersonnelCivil Service ~ 500 PhD ~ 20 Masters Degree ~ 165 Bachelors Degree ~ 350Contractors ~ 300

AIRWORTHINESS

Standards

Design

Approval

Production

ApprovalContinuingAirworthinessSlide7

Associate Director for Systems

Associate Director for Technology

Aeromechanics Division

Mission Equipment Division

Propulsion Division

Structures & Materials Division

Armed Scout Helo Division

Special Opns Aircraft Division

Utility

DivisionUnmanned Aircraft Systems Division

Aviation Systems Division

Cargo

DivisionApache DivisionMaintenance Engr Division

SustainmentDivision

DirectorBusiness Mgmt

DivisionDeputyDirectorSED Aviation DivisionNon-Standard RW DivisionAviation Engineering DirectorateSlide8

WHY DO OUR CUSTOMERS NEED US

Because of The Quality Products We Provide:Airworthiness Releases (AWR)Statement of Airworthiness Qualification (SAQ)

Airworthiness Impact Statements (AWIS)Airworthiness Qualification Plans (AQP)

Expert reviews of assigned CDRLsQuality Deficiency Reporting (QDR) analysisExpert analysis, advice, service, and consultation in: structures and materiel, aeromechanics, mission equipment, propulsion, sustaining and maintenance engineering, and test support.Slide9

THE BIG THREE

Three Key Points I continue to drive home with the workforce and our customers.1. We take our mission seriously, we don’t take ourselves seriously.

2. Our job is to get our customers to their finish line.3. We want our customers to want us on their teams, not have to have us on their teams.Slide10

Transforming

As a necessity due the Army’s role with MI-17 and furthered now with the adoption of DOD Directive 5030.61…AED’s role now includes validating/verifying processes rather than conducting detailed engineering data analysis when determining airworthiness acceptability of foreign airworthiness authorities.Slide11

Foreign Military Airworthiness Authority (MAA) Recognition

US Army

US Navy

USAFSingapore (CH-47, AH-64)

Unilateral

Czech

BilateralCanadaUnited KingdomAustraliaNew

ZealandPeersNear PeersOthers

NATO AWWGItaly (C-27J)Canada (CH-47)NetherlandsSweden

(in work)RussiaAir and Space Interoperability Council (ASIC)

UK

(in work)Slide12

WHAT LIES AHEAD

Sequestration isn’t going away anytime soonOur customer budgets are shrinking80+ % of our money comes from our customers…

Continued “quality of life” pressuresHiring freeze – so struggling to build the benchAll that said:

AED will continue to make the choice to be happy and motivated.We are a proud organization that looks forward to continuing to provide quality and timely products to our customers.Slide13

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Presented by Mr Jeffrey Langhout Director Aviation Engineering Directorate Presented to Huntsville Aerospace Marketing Association Approved for public release distribution unlimited Review completed by the AMRDEC Public Affairs Office ID: 205457 Download Presentation

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