JSFS

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JSFSJapanese Society of Fisheries Science
JSFSJapan Society of Fertility and Sterility (reproduction)
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On the procurement side of the military coin, during the election campaign the Liberals vowed to cancel Canada's participation in the purchase of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF).
(114) An August 20, 2012, press report stated that the Air-Sea Battle concept prompted Navy officials to make significant shifts in the service's FY2014-FY2018 budget plan, including new investments in ASW, electronic attack and electronic warfare, cyber warfare, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), the P-8A maritime patrol aircraft, and the Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) UAV (a maritime version of the Global Hawk UAV).
(34) Certainly JSFs would prove proficient for most air-to-ground roles, but the Air Force will likely reserve these aircraft primarily for deep-strike strategic attack, interdiction, or high-value target roles.
With the contentious early retirement of Sea Harrier FA.2 fleet in March 2006 and having no deployed air-defense fighter at sea, the Royal Navy is in the midst of an embarrassing "capability holiday" until the Joint Strike Fighter (or JSF, the F-35) arrives.
Pilkington Aerospace, which has bases in California and the UK, has been selected by Lockheed Martin to supply the integrated transparency system - the special covers - for the JSF's cockpit.
I argue we could get much newer alternatives to the CF-18 and buy far more of them and still save billions, when compared to the flying credit card, the F-35 JSF.
Indeed, even as the future generation of fighters--including the Eurofighter Typhoon, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), and the Rafale--progress through various stages of development, military services and their suppliers around the world are busily updating existing aircraft like the Tornado, the F-16, and the Mirage 2000.
Examples of highly capable aircraft now being acquired by the Navy include F-35C carrier-based Joint Strike Fighters (JSFs), (105) F/A-18E/F Super Hornet strike fighters and EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft, (106) E-2D Hawkeye early warning and command and control aircraft, the P-8A Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft (MMA), the Navy carrier-based Unmanned Combat Air System (N-UCAS program) demonstrator program, and the follow-on Unmanned Carrier Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (UCLASS) system.
Even if all goes according to plan and remains on schedule, the first of the JSFs would not be delivered until 2017; yet, MacKay and the Conservative government are already cutting ribbons and expecting accolades for something they hope to acquire.
Examples of highly capable aircraft now being acquired by the Navy include F-35C carrier-based Joint Strike Fighters (JSFs), (99) F/A-18E/F Super Hornet strike fighters and EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft, (100) E-2D Hawkeye early warning and command and control aircraft, the P-8A Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft (MMA), the Navy carrier-based Unmanned Combat Air System (N-UCAS program) demonstrator program, and the follow-on Unmanned Carrier Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (UCLASS) system.
So far, the Defence Department has come up with two estimated costs: around $10 billion for the purchase of 80 planes as well as long-term support for the aircrafts; or $3.8 billion on JSFs alone.