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OPERATIONAL COST AIRCRAFT PER FLYING HOUR (IN THEN-YEAR DOLLARS) A-10C $17,227 B-1B $58,488 B-2A $128,805 B-52H $67,005 F-15C/D $38,846 F-15E $27,203 F-16C/D $20,318 F-22A $59,166 F-35A $42,169 KC-10A $20,416 KC-135R/T $19,620 The operational cost per flying hour (CPFH) is calculated by dividing the total operating and sustainment costs (excluding hardware modifications) associated with a weapon system by the total flying hours flown in the same year.
Through FY2009, the F-35 program has received a total of roughly $44 billion funding in then-year dollars, including roughly $37 billion in research and development funding, about 6.9 billion in procurement funding, and roughly $150 million in MilCon funding.
As of December 31, 2007, DOD estimated the total acquisition cost (meaning the sum of research and development cost, procurement cost, and military construction [MilCon] cost) of an 183-aircraft F-22 program about $64.5 billion in then-year dollars (meaning dollars across various years that are not adjusted for inflation).
Of the program's total estimated acquisition cost of $64.5 billion in then-year dollars, more than $62 billion has been provided through FY2009.
As of December 31, 2007, the 183-aircraft F-22 program had a Program Acquisition Unit Cost (or PAUC, which is the program's total acquisition cost divided by the total number of aircraft acquired [including non-production aircraft]) of $350.8 million in then-year dollars, and an Average Unit Procurement Cost (or APUC, which is the program's total procurement cost divided by 175 production aircraft) of $191.6 million in then-year dollars.
Cost or incentive contracts, subcontracts, intra-government work agreements, and other agreements valued at or greater than $20 million in then-year dollars shall implement the American National Standards Institute/Electronic Industries Alliance Standard 748, Earned Value Management Systems (ANSI/EIA-748).
A Contract Performance Report (CPR) (Data Item Description (DID) number DI-MGMT-81466) (previously called the Cost Performance Report) and an Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) (DID number DI-MGMT-86150) shall be required whenever EVM (compliance with ANSI/EIA-748) is required, that is, for cost or incentive contracts, subcontracts, intra-government work agreements, and other agreements valued at or greater than $20 million in then-year dollars. However, CPR and IMS reporting for cost or incentive contracts, subcontracts, intra-government work agreements, and other agreements valued at less than $50 million in then-year dollars may be tailored (refer to the DoD Earned Value Management Implementation Guide (EVMIG) for guidance on tailoring reporting).
The introduction of a second production source was estimated to save some $630 million (in then-year dollars), while improving the missile's reliability from approximately 80 to 97 percent, and also significantly enhanced the overall system performance.
In FY09 budget terms, F-35 A unit procurement cost (excluding development) is over $ 130 million, although the average for the US Air Force's 1763 aircraft is expected to be $ 96.8 million (in then-year dollars).
Total life-cycle cost for NMD Capability I to 2026 has been estimated at $ 36.25 billion in then-year dollars. The final phase (Capability III) involves the deployment of a total of 250 missiles at multiple sites in the US.