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Export Controlled Information. Target and Countermeasure Programs. January 31, 2008. DO 20 CLIN 0001 – FTA-04B System Requirements Review. NOTE: A hard copy of this document may not be the document currently in effect. The current version is always the version on WGC or EPDM.

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Export Controlled Information

Target and Countermeasure Programs

January 31, 2008

DO 20

CLIN 0001 – FTA-04B

System Requirements Review

NOTE: A hard copy of this document may not be the document currently in effect. The current version is always the version on WGC or EPDM.

HQ0006-04-D-0006

For Official Use Only

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Delivery Order 20 FTA-04BPropellant Transfer Segment/OperationsTim McDerby Target and Countermeasure Programs (256) 722-4314tim.a.mcderby@lmco.com

agenda
Agenda
  • CONOPS
  • Propellant transfer segment tree
  • Propellant transfer system heritage
  • Propellant transfer hardware risk mitigation
  • Issues and concerns
  • Summary/ Way Forward
fta 04b conops
RTTC Operations

LMSSC HSV Operations

Concord/Pt. Magu Operations

FTA-04B CONOPS

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RTTC

4BW (Start

Ship PTS to

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Operations

Fuel) Loading

Concord

LMSSC

System

Acceptance

Test of FTA-04B

Packout of

FTA-04B

Horizontal/

Vertical Testing

ISP Bench

HSV

Testing

Operations

System

Acceptance

Test of FTA-04B

Bay Val

Receive

Ground Transport

Concord

Launch Control

Hardware from

from HSV to

Concord

Operations

System

LMSSC

Ordnance

Installation

Fueling

Fit-To-Ship

FTA-04B

Mission

L-3 Rehearsal

Operations

Review

Launch

Operations

Post Launch

Return to

High Pressure

Fill

Start Fuel

Setup

Safing

Concord

GSE

Mission

Retrograde

Close FTA-04B

Refurbishment

propellant transfer segment tree
Propellant Transfer Segment Tree

Propellant Transfer

Segment (GFE)

Start Fuel

Transfer

Subsystem

Main Propellant

Transfer

Subsystem

Test

Equipment

  • Start Fuel Container
  • FDA
  • Valve Position Monitor
  • Valves
  • Regulators
  • Start Fuel Test Box
  • Target Missile Simulator
  • Access Stand
  • Main FuelTransferSystem
  • OxidizerTransferSystem

GFE Propellant Transfer System Proven on Delivery Order 7

propellant transfer segment heritage
Propellant Transfer Segment Heritage
  • Main Propellant Transfer System
    • Built by LMMS under CTTS Task Order 14
    • Refurbished by LMMS and used on CTTS Task Order 26
    • Refurbished by LMMS under TCP Delivery Order 7
  • Start Fuel Transfer Subsystem
    • Built by LMMS under CTTS Task Order 12
    • Refurbished by LMMS under CTTS Task Order 14
    • Refurbished by LMMS under CTTS Task Order 26
    • Refurbished by LMMS under TCP Delivery Order 7
  • Test Equipment – Remote Pressurization System
    • Designed and built by LMMS under CTTS Task Order 25
    • Utilized during TCP Delivery Order 7
propellant transfer hardware risk mitigation
Propellant Transfer Hardware Risk Mitigation
  • Propellant Transfer System Hardware
    • Utilize the same propellant transfer equipment and procedures used on CTTS Task Order 26
    • Propellant Transfer System will be refurbished at the conclusion of the FTS-03 mission for FTA-04B
    • An additional Remote Pressurization Panel will be built under this DO for Huntsville testing. This mitigates related schedule risks.
summary path forward
Summary/Path Forward
  • Complete booster leak check testing
    • Oxidizer tank leak check
    • Main Fuel tank leak check
  • Booster checkouts
    • Horizontal and vertical testing
    • High pressure leak tests
    • Oxidizer/Main Fuel tank swipe tests
  • Perform periodic GSE maintenance
    • GSE maintenance on the MLP
    • GSE maintenance in Huntsville
  • CONOPS
    • Develop final CONOPS plan
    • Support final UDS development
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Delivery Order 20 FTA-04BSafetySandy Roman Target and Countermeasure Programs (256) 217-6345sandy.roman@lmco.com
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Agenda
  • Flight Safety
  • Ground Safety
  • Way Forward
flight safety
Flight Safety
  • Utilize T/O 26 tailoring of the Pt. Mugu, NAVAIR WD Flight Safety Data Requirements
  • Submit Range Safety Data Package (RSDP):
    • General missile description
    • Trajectory information
    • Flight HA methodology
    • Simulation parameters
    • Telemetry requirements
  • Receive and incorporate range comments or acceptance of the tailored requirements
ground safety
Ground Safety
  • Utilize T/O 26 tailoring of safety requirements (i.e. NAVAIR, MIL-Std 882, EWR 127-1 etc.) as the format for the ground safety data package (GSDP) to be delivered
  • Address specific safety issues:
    • HE and/or front-end handling/storage
    • Ordnance storage/handling/installation
    • Propellant storage/handling/transfer
way forward
Way Forward
  • Flight Safety
    • Submit draft RSDP
    • Specific flight safety information will be transmitted to the range (i.e. trajectory info, FTS specifications, etc.)
    • Flight safety working groups as required/needed
    • Bi-Weekly telecoms (FSWG & FTS/GPS)
  • Ground Safety
    • Submit draft GSDP
    • Specific safety issues will be addressed
    • Ground safety working groups as required/needed
    • Bi-Weekly telecoms (GSWG)
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Delivery Order 20 FTA-04BRiskJeff Hampton Target and Countermeasure Programs (256) 217-6145jeffrey.r.hampton@lmco.com

fta 04b risk items
FTA-04B Risk Items

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1. Risk Title: S-Band Frequency Overlap

Description: If the TCP target frequencies are placed in upper S-band, then TCP must procure new design antennas.

Mitigation Plan: Determine FTA-04B target frequencies. Gain final approval of target frequencies. If required, design new antennas. Procure antennas.

Status: Currently coordinating frequencies with the Arrow Project Office and Coleman.

ECD: March 31, 2008

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Risk Exposure

Low

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Delivery Order 20 FTA-04BClosing and Action Item ReviewBarry Bryant Target and Countermeasure Programs (256) 217-6576barry.bryant@lmco.com
action item review
Action Item Review

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