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Japan Special Fund

Also called the JSF. A fund established in 1988 by the Asian Development Bank and the government of Japan to assist in international development projects in Asia. The JSF offers grants and loans to recipient countries of the Asian Development Bank to help restructure their economies and promote growth.
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Our proven fast jet aircraft maintenance capabilities in Williamtown, combined with our strong commitment to working collaboratively with Australian industry, ensures that the international JSF Partners and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) customers will have ready access to a strategically important, first-class Regional Depot.
For more detailed information on NetAdvantage for JSF 2008 Vol.
The Air Force has yet to convince Pentagon budget officials and lawmakers that it can afford JSF and also more F-22s--estimated to cost $140 million apiece--beyond the 183 already ordered.
Other JSF partner nations are anticipated to sign the PSFD MOU between now and the end of December 2006.
With the design of the JSF basically complete, the team must now focus on building 15 prototype aircraft before the production units are delivered in 2009.
The reliability and fault-isolation data offered by the system will also help JSF maintenance crews identify when the aircraft are meeting mission and reconfiguration requirements.
The JSF reports that the main focus of the event is server testing, though testing of clients that are in or near full compliance with the XMPP specifications will also occur.
Quickstep projects to deliver more than 700 JSF shipsets of tails in the coming 20 years.
We are fortunate and honored to work with a technical expert of Paul Gabriel's caliber", said Paul Watson, Vehicle Systems Integrity, JSF Program.
The Ministry of Defense in Turkey was an early advocate of the JSF for their air force and took steps during the previous concept demonstration phase to begin their association through foreign military sales for $6.
Assembly started on time with the loading of the first three parts of the left hand aft fuselage into an assembly jig at the company's state-of-the-art F-35 JSF facility at Samlesbury, England.
Called Iron Bird, the Australian-built model will be tested under simulated electromagnetic conditions during the acquisition and through-life sustainment of the JSF.