News: ALIS

  • F-35 ALIS 2.0.2 Fielding to Start Early Next Year

    F-35 ALIS 2.0.2 Fielding to Start Early Next Year

    Inside Defense // November 18, 2016
    ​F-35 prime contractor Lockheed Martin now anticipates the next software release of the jet's Autonomic Logistics Information System will begin fielding in early 2017 -- at least five months later than the program anticipated.
  • Air Force Pilots, Maintainers on F-35 Pros and Cons

    Air Force Pilots, Maintainers on F-35 Pros and Cons

    Defense News // May 11, 2016
    As the Air Force races to declare its F-35 jets operational before the end of the year, observers are still warning about schedule delays, a faulty logistics system, and software glitches.
  • Marines ‘Confident’ F-35 Logistics System Is Deployable Despite GAO Report

    Marines ‘Confident’ F-35 Logistics System Is Deployable Despite GAO Report

    Inside Defense // May 09, 2016
    The Marine Corps remains "confident" in the Joint Strike Fighter's logistics system's ability to deploy and support a full range of military operations although the Government Accountability Office in a recent report discovered that pilots, maintainers and administrators are concerned the system may not be deployable.
  • Ten Signs The F-35 Fighter Program Is Becoming A Smashing Success

    Ten Signs The F-35 Fighter Program Is Becoming A Smashing Success

    Forbes // July 13, 2015
    The F-35 is shaping up to be the greatest combat aircraft in history. That isn’t my characterization, it’s what Senator John McCain — no friend of the military-industrial complex – said when the plane began operations at the Marine Corps air station in Yuma, Arizona three years ago. Here are ten signs that McCain was rig