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  1. Defense Trade Advisory Group (DTAG) Category VIII Review Plenary Session October 20, 2010

  2. CAT VIII Working Group Members • Bryon Angvall, The Boeing Company • Dave Bowman, Arvin Meritor • David Isenberg, Independent Analyst • Peter Jordan, United Technologies Corporation • Lawrence Keane, National Shooting Sports Foundation • Dale Rill, Honeywell International Inc. • Janet Rishel, Bell Helicopter • Jay Rodriguez, MAC Aerospace Corporation • Bruce Weinrod, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

  3. General Comments Certain aircraft platform jurisdiction separate from military systems on the aircraft Aircraft not subject to independent controls on the systems Aircraft can be separately exported/valued from systems exported Item specific controls for all cargo/transport/utility designated aircraft (e.g., C-40) Allows support of EAR (dual use) platform to be EAR services while support to USML systems on the aircraft would be defense services

  4. General Comments (continued) If military requirement similar to FAA mandated requirement for commercial aircraft, then related systems should be considered EAR Inert fuel tanks (requirement to inert center fuel tanks) Basic ballistic protection (cockpit doors, pilot seats, rotor blades) Advanced military armor still controlled under USML Night Vision used in medevac, search and rescue, offshore oil Night Vision Goggle compatible for aircraft is EAR FAA Technical Standard Order (TSO) C164 for Night Vision Goggles used on Emergency Medical Service Helicopters. Night Vision compliant is USML NVIS compliant documented in MIL SPEC MIL-L-85762A More stringent requirements – Chromaticity (color) requirement NVIS A or B, Spectral Radiance, Sunlight readability (contrast ratio)

  5. General Comments (continued) Certain types of military aircraft based on age should be removed from USML Specific age (50 years since production) Specific year cutoff (1960) Applied to aircraft models (F-111A vs. F-111D) Obsolete aircraft platforms out of production and not in US Government inventory should not be controlled as a defense article (F-86 Saber) Depot level maintenance – ability to do maintenance would follow control level of item (e.g., aircraft platform but not on high tier military system on the platform) 17(c) clarification would remain in effect

  6. Cargo/Transport/Utility Aircraft Aircraft functionality that is not military unique does not need to be controlled under USML Short field takeoff Heavy load/large capacity Ballistic protection Crash tolerance Aircraft with military unique functionality / systems controlled under USML (Tier 3) Air-to-air refueling Advance airdrop systems Defensive systems

  7. Fighter/Bomber/Attack Aircraft Aircraft for deploying WMD or containing Tier 1 military systems (Tier 1) General fighter/bomber/attack/specialized (e.g., anti-submarine warfare) aircraft (Tier 2) Trainer aircraft that do not have other controlled systems (e.g., afterburners) not capable of combat should not be controlled or if controlled, be done so Tier 3

  8. Developmental Aircraft Developmental aircraft/engine would not be a separate item but technology on the aircraft /engine would be compared to control list to determine level of control Fighter technology demonstrator controlled as fighter (Tier 1 or 2)

  9. Inertial Navigation Systems Consider combining Cat VIII(e) with Cat XII to cover all military inertial in one category Export control rationale: Standard INS less military attributes (e.g., SAASM/GPS, space qualified) subject to dual use controls Defense article / dual use item based upon unique functional attributes Tiered controls for product and technology based on performance capability level

  10. Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs) Prevalent in both military and in non military use Control UAVs at level of similar manned aircraft Attack UAV on USML (Tier 1 or 2) Utility UAVs (Tier 3 or not controlled)

  11. Engines General Aero gas turbine engine propulsion systems with military unique attributes controlled on USML (Tier 2) Thrust augmentation/afterburner Thrust/exhaust nozzle vectoring Low observable structures/coatings Aero gas turbine engines without military unique attributes controlled under EAR Turboprop, turbo shaft and reciprocating engines Non-propulsion engines (Auxiliary Power Units) Engine controls system hardware and software that enable military unique attributes controlled on USML (Tier 2)

  12. Commercial Common & Military Unique Items Common Turbine Blades & Vanes; Materials; Cooling; Coatings; Temperatures & Turbine Exhaust Systems Common Fan Disk, Hub and Blades Common Inlet Case and Vanes; Sound Suppression and Containment of Blades Failures Common High Pressure Compressor Technology & Materials; Integrated Blades & Rotors; Variable Vane & Bleed Systems Common Fuel Delivery & Combustor Systems Technology & Materials; Coatings Common Low Pressure Compressor Technology & Materials Common Engine Controls (FADEC, DEEC); Fuel Pumps; Accessory Gearbox Assemblies) Military Thrust Augmentation (Afterburner only); Thrust Vectoring; Exhaust Nozzle Vectoring & Afterburner Systems Military Low Observable Inlet Coatings, Paints & Structures Military Low Observable Exhaust Coatings, Paints & Structures Military Engine Control Enclosures Hardened for EMP/RCBN Exposure; Software to Control Military Unique Attributes

  13. Parts and Components Aircraft/engine parts and components with same functionality as similar items on commercial aircraft under EAR or USML Tier 3 Parts – Nuts, bolts, screws, stringers, brackets, clamps, fasteners, seals, O rings, gaskets, wire bundles (EAR99) Components/Assemblies – landing gear, aileron, flaps, slats, rotor blades, propellers, hydraulic systems, electric power systems, air management systems, fire protection/detection (EAR99 or EAR Tier 3) Major Assemblies – wings, fuselage (USML Tier 3) Unique military attribute/technology components controlled under USML (e.g., nozzle vectoring/afterburner systems, LO components) (USML Tier 2)

  14. Defense Trade Advisory Group (DTAG) Category VIII Review Questions?