Moog Virtual Investor Day 2020 - Presentation - Page 6
Our broad technology portfolio and collaborative customer relationships deliver high valueadded, tailored solutions to commercial and
• Flight control computers and flightcritical software
• Primary and secondary flight control actuation – all technologies
• High lift/flap actuation systems
• Specialty actuation systems
• Critical control components
• State-of-the-art technology and intellectual property in flight controls, engine controls, door drive controls, active vibration controls and
• Critical component knowledge
• Complete flight control system design and integration capability
• World-class manufacturing facilities and skilled, experienced, team-based workforce
• Focused, highly-responsive global aftermarket support organization
Commercial Aircraft OEM $470 M
Commercial Aircraft Aftermarket $152 M
FY 2018 SALES
Military Aircraft OEM $382 M
Military Aircraft Aftermarket $190 M
F-35 Lightning II, Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)
Lockheed Martin’s F-35 is the world’s first 5th generation fighter. All three F-35 distinct variants have
similar performance characteristics, allowing them to fulfill the wide range of mission requirements
for the U.S. armed forces and its global military partners with service-specific missions. All three
models feature stealth technology, advanced sensor fusion, internal weapons capacity and improved
range. It’s the most lethal, survivable and connected fighter aircraft to ever enter production. In June
2018, Lockheed delivered the 300th production F-35.
The F-35A conventional takeoff and landing (CTOL) variant is designed to operate from conventional
runways and is primarily used by the U.S. Air Force. The “A” is expected to be the variant most widely
operated by our global partner nations.
F-35A Lightning II, CTOL
Courtesy of U.S. Air Force / Alex R. Lloyd
The F-35B short takeoff/vertical landing (STOVL) variant is uniquely designed to operate on shortfield forward operating bases and on air-capable ships. This variant is primarily operated by the U.S.
Marine Corps, with a limited number to be operated by global partners.
The F-35C carrier variant (CV) is the U.S. Navy’s first stealth aircraft and its primary fighter aircraft of
the future. The “C” is designed to takeoff and land on large aircraft carriers.
Moog’s F-35 Content
The F-35 is the first production aircraft whose primary flight control system exclusively uses nextgeneration Electrohydrostatic Actuation (EHA) technology. Moog is the system integrator and supplier of
EHA technology for all F-35 variants, which includes actuators, electronics and flight-critical software.
Moog also provides the maneuvering leading edge flap actuation system for all F-35 variants.
F-35B Lightning II, STOVL
Courtesy of U.S. Marine Corps / Lance Cpl. Dana Beesley
On the F-35B lift system, Moog hardware helps enable the unique takeoff and vertical landing ability.
On the F-35C, Moog also provides the wingfold actuation system that allows the Navy to fold the
F-35C’s wingtips for stowage on an aircraft carrier.
Beyond its substantial role as a production supplier, Moog is also an established provider of aftermarket
services for the F-35, both in the U.S. and globally.
F-35C Lightning II, CV
Courtesy of U.S. Navy / Chief MC Spec. Shannon E. Renfroe