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This

document

is

submitted

in compliance

with

NAS9-12100

S D 72- SH-O003
B-70 AIRCRAFT STUDY
FINAL REPORT
Volume I
April

1972

L.Cf.

Taube

Study Manager
B-70
Aircraft
Study

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VOLUME

I
SECTION
SECTION
SECTION
SECTION

VOLUME

VOLUME

VOLUME

I
II
III
IV

DATA
WORK
COST
B-70

LOCATION
MATRIX
BREAKDOWN
STRUCTURE
DATA DEFINITIONS
PROGRAM
SUMMARY
COSTS

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1-21
1-29

II
WBS
WBS

1.0
2.0

WBS
WBS

3.0
4.0

WBS
WBS

5.0
6.0

WBS
WBS

7.0
8.0

WBS

9.0

AIR VEHICLE
PROGRAM
TECHNICAL
SUPPORT
MAJOR AIRFRAME
MATING
FLIGHT
TEST
FLIGHT
TEST GROUND
SUPPORT
SPARES
SPECIAL
TEST EQUIPMENT
TOOLING
OTHER PROGRAJM ELEMENTS

EQUIPMENT

II-i
II-127
II-237
II-251
11-487
11-581
11-603
II-611
II-675

III
WBS
WBS

i. i
I. 2

WBS
WBS

i. 3
i. 4

AIRFRAME
STRUCTURES
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONTROL
PROPULSION
SECONDARY
POWER

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AIR INDUCTION
SYSTEM
FLIGHT
CONTROL
PERSONNEL
ACCOMMODATIONAND
ALIGHTING
ANDARRESTING
MISSION
AND TRAFFIC
CONTROL
FLIGHT
INDICATION
TEST INSTRUMENTATION

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IV-249
IV-369
IV-469
IV-537
IV-583
IV-647

111-325
111-469
111-627

IV
WBS
WBS

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1.6

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WBS

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i. 8

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WBS
WBS
WBS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
VOLUME
I

SECTION

TITLE

PAGE
I-i

INTRODUCTION
I

DATA

LOCATION

II

WORK

BREAKDOWN

III

IV

MATRIX

1-3
I-ii

STRUCTURE

II-i

Level

4 Definitions

11-2

Government

11-3

WBS

1-12

Furnished

1-16

Equipment

1-19

Chart

DEFINITIONS

1-21

III-i

General

1-21

111-2

Subdivisions

III-3

Elements

ImI-4

Non-recurring/Recurring

COST

B-70

DATA

PROGRAM

of

SUMMARY

1-24

Cost

1-27

DATA

1-29
1-29

IV-I

Program

Abstract

IV-2

Program

History

IV-3

Master

IV-4

Hardware

lV-5

Program

IV-6

Subcontractor

IV-7

Unit

IV-8

1-22

of Work

of

Significant

Phasing/Flight

Test

Development
Summary

Cost

Cost
Cost

Events

Schedules

1-45

Summary

1-92

Data

1-92A
1-304

Summary

1-3o5

Analysis

State-of-the-Art

1-34

&

Percent

Developed

1-310

Summary
IV-9

Weight

1-312

Summary

P_

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II_fBODUCTION

In accordance
with the requirements
of Contract
NAS9-12100
dated July 15,
1971, North American
Rockwell
Corporation
submits
the Phase II Report
for
the B-T0 Aircraft
Study.
This report
consists
of four volumes
of B-T0 cost,
schedule
and technical
data, a management
summary
document,
and a magnetic
tape of the program
cost data constructed
to the NASA prescribed
format.
Previous
studies
have provided
the NASA with historical
data on the Apollo
CSM and the Saturn
S-II Programs.
Consistency
and commonality
of data
organization
and cost data definitions
have been maintained
as far as
possible
to provide
a c_mon
base for the correlation
and analysis
of the
data generated
by these three studies.
To

derive

the

maximum

benefit

from

the

learning

experienced

on the

previous

studies,
the members
of the B-70 Team were selected
primarily
from
the Apollo
CSM Study Team.
L. J. Taube was the Program
Manager,
and
J. E. Hauver
the Study Leader.
Responsible
for the collection
and analysis
of the technical
and schedule
data presented
in this report
were
V. T. Johnson
and O. DJuvstad,
respectively.
Cost data was the responsibility
of J. E. Nauver.
Supporting
the data collection
and analysis
tasks were many individuals
from
the NR Los Angeles
Division
(LAD).
This Division
was the prime B-70
contractor
and supplied
all the records
and reports
utilized
to develop
the
study data.
Key individuals
at the Los Angeles
Division
were:
W.A.
Spivak,
R. H. Kemp, B. G. Peterson,
W. A. Snyder,
R. C. Coakley,
R. D. Davlson,
and
F. W. Beers.
The

B-70

Aircraft

Study

was

conducted

in two

phases.

Submittal

of

the

Phase

Report
(SD71-189)
c_ September
24, 1971, concluded
the initial
phase of the
contract.
This report
contained
the results
of an in-house
investigation
to determine
the availability,
applicability
and extent
of B-70 historical
data to support
the study objectives.
This document
became
the Phase II
S_dy

Plan.

Phase
II objective
was to provide
the B-70 aircraft
data in accordance
with
the approved
Study Plan.
Several
minor modifications
to the original
plan
have been made as the result
of the Phase
II effort.
These modifications
have been reviewed
and approved
by the NASA Technical
Monitor.
This document
isthe
B-70 Aircraft
Study Final
Report.
i

Technical

and

schedule

data

cost

was

provided

the

data

preliminary

and

should

be

for
NASA

the

Structures

on January

replaced

with

the

6,

Subsystem
1972.

Final

This

Report

and

program

data
data.

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was

level
considered

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The Final Report is organized into four volumes.
Volume I contains the
Data Location Matrix, Work Breakdown Structure, cost definitions and the
B-T0 Program level summary data.
Volume II provides cost, schedule and
technical data for Work Breakdown Structure level 4 items, i.e., Air
Vehicle, Program Technical Support, Major Airframe Mating, Flight Test, GSE,
Spares, Special Test Equipment, Tooling and Other.
Volumes III and IV
contain all cost, schedule and technical information on the aircraft
subsystems.

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DATA

LOCATION

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MATRIX

This section
of the Final Report
contains
the Data Location
Matrix
which
provides
a summary
of the major
cost, schedule
and technical
items provided
in the report.
The matrix
is organized
into two parts.
Part I contains
the location
of the major B-70 program
level data items and Part II
contains
the location
of the major data items contained
within
the
subsystems.
Data can be located
beginning
on the page and in the volume
indicated.
The volume
number
is designated
by an upper
case "Roman"
numeral
followed
by the page number.
Part

I B-70

Program

Summary

Data
Vol.

Program
Abstract
major program
Program

History

organized
schedule,
Master
all
the

- brief
narrative
overview
milestones
and contractual
of Significant

detail
summary
technical
and

Events

Development

- Chronologically

- Copies
of
issued
during

Program

by

Subdivision

Chart

1-102
1-102
1-105

Engineering
Engineering
Production
Production

Time-Phased
Time-Phased
Time-Phased
Time-Phased
Time-Phased
Time-Phased

Tooling
SDW Cum Chart
Tooling
SDW
Rate Chart
Test/QC
SDW Cum Chart
Test/QC
SDW Rate Chart
Other SDW CGm Chart
Other SDW Rate Chart
by WBS

Level

Total Dollar
Bar Chart
Time-Phased
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Time-Phased

WBS

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1-93
1-96

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of Work

Time-Phased
Time-Phased
Time-Phased
Time-Phased

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1-45

1-92A

Total Dollar
Bar Chart
Time-Phased
Stack
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Total

1-34

1-92

Summary

Program
Summary
Cost Data
Total Program
by EOC/WBS
Summary
Chart
Total Program
by EOC Summary
Time-Phased
Engineering
Group Hours by WBS Item
Total

1-29

of the major program
contractual
milestones.

Phasing/Flight
Test Schedules
significant
master
schedules
program
performance
period.

Hardware

of the
history.

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SDW Rate Chart
SDW Cum Chart
SDW Rate Chart

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1-128
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1-157
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1-173
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Program
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Chart
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Time-Phased
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WBS
WBS
WBS

3.O
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Flight
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Airframe
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Environmental
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Air Induction
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1-304
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STRUCTURE

The development
of a Work Breakdown
Structure
(WBS) was a prime
objective
of Phase
I.
The WBS had to be designed
to accommodate
cost, schedule and technical
data related
to the B-70 aircraft
subsystems
and provide
a
logical
grouping
of other program
elements
not directly
related
to the subsystems.
The Work Breakdown
Structure
developed
for this study is contained
in Exhibit

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1-19

and

1-20.

To maintain
consistency
of
Saturn
S-If studies
and to place
levels
of the NASA WBS framework,
been made:
NASA

WBS

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corresponding

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terminology
with the previous
Apollo
CSM and
the B-TO WBS levels
at the corresponding
the following
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NASA

level

Level

number

and

As an aid to the accummulation
and organization
of the study data, a
modified
decimal
coding
system
has been developed.
This coding
scheme
prorides a digit denotation
for each level 4 through
9 item with the levels
segregated

by

a decimal

point.

For
X

example:
,

X

X

F

System
Subsystem

Minor

Assembly

Major

Assembly

1-11

SS72-SH-O003

_I_

The WBS (Exhibit
I, page 1-19 and 1-20) contains
level
4j and 5 item.
Volumes
II, III and IV of
organized
to be consistant
with the WBS.
The

following

paragraphs

contain

the

Space
Division Rockwell
North American

the codes assigned
to
the Final Report
are

definition

of

each

level

each

4 WBS

item.
Individual
sections
of Volumes
II, III and IV will provide
a thorough
definition
of the level
5 items and discuss
the cost, schedule
and technical
data located
at each WBS level.
II-I

Level
1.0

4 Definitions

Air

Vehicle

This

WBS

(Volume
level

II,

4

item

Page

II-i

contains

)
all

costs

associated

with

the:

a)

engineering
vehicle
and
fications.

b)

design,
manufacture
simulators.
(WBS

c)

design,
develop,
manufacture,
procure
and ground
test all
air vehicle
#1 and 2 subsystems.
(WBS 1.1 through
1.11)

d)

partially
design,
develop,
manufacture,
test Air Vehicle
#3 subsystems
exclusive
Navigation
System.
(WBS 1.1 - 1.11)

e)

fabricate
subsystem
provisions,
systems
installation,
manufacturing
and flight
test checkout
and preflight
operations
(WBS 1.12) for Air Vehicles
#l and 2.

f)

modification
program
but
accidents.

g)

North

and test of
1.1 - 1.11)

and rework
as the
exclusive
of major
(WBS 1.1 - i.ii)

American

technical
Furnished
items.

Rockwell

all

models,

excluded

engineering

effort

fram

in-house

this

associated

mockups

procure
of the

and

and ground
Bomb and

result
of the flight
test
air vehicle
repair
due to

costs

integration
and installation
Equipment
(GFE).
See Page

Specifically
a)

and development
testing
required
to develop
subsystem
design
criteria
and performance
speci(WBS 1.O, 1.1 through
1.11).

WBS

item

with

associated

with

the

of Government
I-i6
for a list

of GFE

are:

the

Weapon

Systems

(WBS

2.z4).
•b)

procurement

of Weapon

c)

program

management

d)

flight
test activities
and 2 (WBS 4.41).

System

activities
after

1-12

components

(WBS

(WBS

2.23).

first

flight

of

2.24).

Air

8D72-81-0003

Vehicle

#i

_I_

e)

Cost
(EOC)
tains

and
the

major airframe
mating
activities
including
and wing joining
problems
(WBS 3.0).
data

is presented

Subdivision
definitions

within

subsystems.

Data

a)

technical

description

b)

technical

drivers

c)

technical

characteristics

d)

Subsystem

state-of-the-art

e)

percent

f)

development

g)

schedule

h)

subcontractor

Volume
data.

Individual
contents.
2.0

Program
This

III
The

presented

WBS

the

tank

item

by

Element

III

of

this

sealing

of

Cost

volume

con-

is presented
to enable
the user to
cost data with other programs
and/or

include:
of

all

level

influencing

subsystem

5 and

subsystem

6 items
development

ratings

developed

compared

to

a production

article

summary
design/programmatic
cost

and IV
volumes

subsystems

Technical
WBS

this

of Work (SDW).
Section
of the EOC's and SDW's.

Schedule
and technical
data
evaluate,
analyze
and compare
the

nical

Space Amencan
Division Rockwell
North

element

impacts

summaries

and

discussion.

contain
all subsystem
cost, schedule
and techare arranged
by subsystem
WBS number
(level
5).

should

be

Support

consulted

(Volume

contains

five

for

II,
level

detail

Page

definitions

II-130

5 items

and

)

(2.20

through

2.24).

WBS 2.20 Design
Support
and WBS 2.21 Other R&D Testing
are presented
as
information
only.
No study cost data is provided
for these items.
Costs
associated
with 2.0 is the summation
of data contained
in 2.22, 2.23
and 2.24.
A description
of all five items in this element
is presented
below.
2.20

Design
This

Support
WBS

item

(Volume

II, Page

is utilized

II-166

to display,

)
as

information

only,

a matrix
of the Engineering
groups
and disciplines
designated
on the WBS as "Design
Support".
This matrix
provides
the user with the ability
to isolate
and remove
from 1.0
Air Vehicle
and subsystems
(WBS i.i through
i.ii) those
costs

associated

with

design

support.

1-13
SD72-SN-O003

#4_k_

2.21

Other

B&D

Testing

(Volume

II,

Page

Space American
Division Rockwell
Nodn

11-168

)

The WBS item is utilized
to display,
as information
only,
a matrix
of the Engineering
labs and model
shop designated
on the WBS as "Other
R&D Testing".
This matrix
provides
the user with the ability
to isolate
and remove
from the
air vehicle
i.ii) those
2.22

Program

(WBS 1.0) and the subsystems
(WBS
costs associated
with R&D testing

Management

(Volume

II,

This WBS item is ccmprised
lowing
functions :
a)

Control

of program

b)

operational,
analy s i s.

c)

support

d)

costs

costs

maintenance

personnel

tractors

of

to

engineering

final preparation
to the customer.

Engineering
groups
Control;
Operation

Page

11-174

)

required

and

technical

and

functional

associate

i.i through
activities.

for

the

fol-

accomplishments.
configuration

contractors

and

subcon-

representatives.
of reports

supporting
Planning;

and

data

for

presentation

this WBS item are:
Data
R&D Project
Administration;

Proposal
and Procurement
Control;
Design
Illustrations;
Mechanical
& Propulsion
Administration;
Operations
Administration;
Engineering
Administration;
R&D Programming;
Advanced
Projects
and B-70 Project
Group.
2.23

Logistics
This

a)
b)

c)
d)
e)

WBS

Support
item

labor

(Volume

contains

required

II,

the

Page

costs

to perform

II-184

)

associated

packaging

with

the:

studies

design
and development
of the maintenance
concept,
support
operation
analysis,
and maintenance
program
necessary
to sustain
the end product
development

of product

analysis
of product
test operations
analysis,

performance

performance

determination

and

tasks,
expressed
in terms
facilities
and personnel,
product.

reporting
data

system.

collected

delineation

of

from

individual

of methods,
equipment,
required
to maintain
the

1-14
SD72-SE-O003

end

#_

f)
2.24

field

Weapon

Space Amencan
Division Rockwell
North

service

System

(Volume

II,

Page

II-193

)

This WBS item
includes
the engineering
analysis,
design,
development,
development
testing,
production
and procurement of any components,
assemblies
or subsystems
related
to
the weapon
system
as defined
in the original
Weapon
System
llOA program
requirements.
The weapon
system
was deleted
as a vehicle
subsystem
when the program
was redirected
to
a single
prototype
aircraft
program
in late 1959.
The
weapon
system was reinstated
on Ship #3 but was subsequently
cancelled
when Ship #3 was eliminated
in early 1964.
3.0

Major

Airframe

Mating

(Volume

II,

Page

11-237

)

Cost associated
with this WBS item contain
the manufacturing
and
flight
test support
personnel
involved
in joining
the major airframe
section
of Vehicles
#l and 2.
Problems
associated
with this effort,
primarily
on Ship #1, include
sealing
of the fuel tanks and joining
of
the wings.
Costs related
to these problems
are contained
in this item.
System
installation,
checkout
and preflight
activities
occurred
durin_
this period
and are excluded
from this item (See WBS 1.12).
Consult
Volume
II, Page
activities.
4.0

Flight

II-237

Test

for

a detail

Progra m

discussion

(Volume

II,

of

Page

the

major

II-25l

airframe

mating

)

This WBS item
contains
all flight
operations
costs for Vehicles
#i and 2 after the initial
flight.
Engineering,
logistic,
quality
control and manufacturing
support
personnel
are included
in this WBS
block.
Costs of final operations
and preflight
activities
(WBS 4.40)
are not included
as they cannot
be segregated
from the installation
and
checkout
costs.
Final operations
and preflight
costs are displayed
in
WBS 1.12.
Included
in this item are flight
operations,
air vehicle
maintenance,
instrumentation
effort
after first flight,
post flight
evaluation
and major air vehicle
repair
as the result
of malfunction
or
accidents.
5.0

Ground

This
development,
facturing
6.0

Spares
This

Support

Equipment

(Volume

II,

Page

11-487

)

WBS item contains
the effort
associated
with the design,
production
and/or
procurement
and maintenance
of manuand

flight
(Volume

WBS

item

test
II,

Ground
Page

includes

Support

11-581
the

Equipment.

)

cost

required

to

fabricate

and/or

pro-

cure spare parts.
It also includes
the preparation
and maintenance
of data necessary
for the acquisition,
control,
storage,
release
from
storage
and repair
of materials,
parts and equipment
designated
by con-

1-15

S_2-S]_-O003

_I_

tract
as spares.
for Ship #3 but
ZO

- Special

Specifically
excluded
utilized
as spare parts

Test

Equipment

(Volume

are those
when ship

II,

Page

Space
Division Rockwell
North American

articles
fabrication
#3 was cancelled.

11-603

Included
ricate
and/or
Manufacturing,

in this WBS item are the tasks required
procure
special
test equipment
utilized
Quality
Control
and Plant Engineering.

8.0-

(Volume

Toolin_

II,

Page

11-611

)
to design,
fabby Engineering,

)

This item contains
those costs required
to design,
fabricate
and/
or procure
in-house
dimensional
tooling,
supplemental
tooling
and
handling
equipment.
It excludes
tools provided
by a subcontractor
during
the performance
of the subcontract
but includes
in-house
tooling
provided,
in some cases,
to a supplier.
9.0 - Other

(Volume

This

item

II,

Page

includes

all

11-675
other

)
activities

and

tasks

not

associated

with any other element
of the WBS.
It includes
such tasks as preproduction
and manufacturing,
training
program,
publications,
reliability,
producibility
and termination
costs.
Volume
II, Page
II-675
provides
a detail
description
of those items assigned
to this WBS element.
11-2

Government

Furnished

Listed
Equipment

in

below

Equipment
are

the Air

those

Vehicle

items

WBS Number
Propulsion
1.3.1
1.3.7.1
1.3.7.2

as

Government

Furnished

Document.
Description

Subsystem
YJ-93-GE
Engines
RPM Gages
EGT Gages

Secondary
Power
1.4.1.4.2

Subsystem
Pressure
Pressure

1.4.1.4.3
1.4.5.1.2
1.4.5.1.3
1.4.5.1.6
Personnel

identified

Specification

Accommodations

Gages
Sensors

Emergency
Generator
Voltage
Regulator
Battery
& Escape

17.1
17.2.1
17.2.2
17.2.5
17.2.8
17.2.9

Subsystem
Personnel
Equipment
Converters
Check Valves
Quick

Disgo_nects

Capsule
02
02 Pressure

_

Cylinder
Regulator

1-16

SD72-SH O00B

#I_

WBS Number

Description

1.7.2.12.1

Quantity Indicator
Mode Switch
Fire Extinguisher Cylinder
Relief Container
Survival Equipment

1.7.2._.2
1.7.3.2
1.7.3.3
1.7.4.5
Mission

and Traffic
1.9.1.1.1
1.9.1.1.2
1.9.1.1.3
1.9.1.1.6

Control

Subsystem
Receiver/Transmitter
Control Unit
Antenna Selector Unit
RF Transmission Line Switch
Communications
Control
Ground Intercom Control

1.9.1.2.2
1.9.1.2.3
1.9.2.1.1
1.9.2.1.2
1.9.2.1.3
1.9.2.1.5
1.9.2.2.1
1.9.2.2.2
1.9.2.2.3
1.9.2.2.6
1.9.3 .i
1.9.3.2
1.9.3.4
Flight

Indication
1.10.2.1
1.10.2.2

SpaceAmencan
DivisionRockwell
North

Glide Slope Receiver
Localizer Receiver
Control Assembly
Marker Beacon Receiver
Reciver/Transmitter
Control Indicator Assembly
Antenna Selector Unit
RFTransmission
Line Switch
Receiver/Transmitter
IFF Control Assembly
Antenna Lobing Switch
Subsystem
Horizontal Situation Indicator
Attitude Director Indicator
Standby Gyro
Pitot Static Tube
Pneumatic Lines
Electrical Heater
Airspeed/Mach/Safe
Speed
Indicator

1.10.2.4
1.10.3.1.i

1.1o.3.1.3
1.1o.3.1.4
1.1o.3.6
1.1o.3.6.5
1.1o.3.7
1.1o.3.7.5
1.1o.3.9
1.1o.3.1o

Amplifier
Altitude/Vertical
Indicator
Amplifier
Standby Altimeter
Clock

1.1o.4

Flight

Director

1-17

sD72-smooo3

Speed

Indicator
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_I_

SECTION
III-i

III

COST

DATA

ORGANIZATION

AND

Space
Division Rockwell
North American

DEFINITION

General

The primary
objective
of the cost data contained
in this document
is to provide
the user with a time-phased
history
of the North American
Rockwell
recorded
costs
for each item of the Work Breakdown
Structure
where
cost data can be
obtained.
Complete
and for each level

cost data has been presented
for each level
5 subsystem,
6 major
assembly
within
the Airframe
Structure
(WBS 1.1).

Recorded
cost data has been generated
primarily
from the Los Angeles
Division
514 Cost Accumulation
Statements.
Financial
ledger
records,
manufacturing
and engineering
departmental
records,
and subcontractorcost
reports
have
been utilized
to provide
greater
visibility
in restructuring
the cost data
into the approved
study formats.
Methods
and procedures
for this restructuring were presented
in the Phase I Report
(SD71-189
dated September
24, 1971).
Minor
variations
to these procedures
have occurred
during
the conduct
of
Phase
II activities.
These
variations
have been reviewed
and approved
by the
NASA Technical
Monitor.
The cost data has been time-phased
to enable
the analysis
and correlation
of
this data to the schedule
milestone
and technical
data contained
in the report.
Time-phasing
has been on slx-month
centers
with March and September
selected
as the cut-off
months.
September
is the end of the MR fiscal
year and March
represents
the fiscal
year mid-point.
All tlme-phased
cost data is presented
in rate (decum)
form.
Costs reported
at September
are the cumulative
costs
from April
through
September.
Costs reported
at March are the cumulative
costs
from October
through
March.
March
of 1958
month
reflects
end of March.

is the initial
time period
of the study.
Data recorded
at this
NR expenditures
from contract
award
(December
1957) to the
Time-phased
cost detail
continues
until September
of 1966, which

encompasses
the point at which the program
objective
of sustained
Mach 3 flight
was achieved.
Preliminary
study and design
effort
prior to the contract
award
in December
1957 and the Air Force and NASA flight
research
programs
beginning
in late 1966 are excluded
from the time-phased
cost detail.
The Program
Abstract
beginning
on page 1-29 of this volume
should
be consulted
for details
of the pre-award
and post evaluation
time periods.
The cost
document
each WBS
all costs
utilized

data has been structured
and reported
to be consistent
with NASA
MFOO2M,
the Apollo
CSM and Saturn
S-II Studies.
Data assigned
to
item is catalogued
by Subdivision
of Work
(SDW).
Within
each SDW
are reported
by Elements
of Cost (EOC).
The Subdivisions
of Work
for this study are:

Design/Engineering
Production
Tooling

and

STE
1-21
SD72-SH-O003

_i_

Space
Division Rockwell
North American

Te st/QC
Other
The

Elements

of

Cost

are:

Design/Engineering
Hours
Labor Dollars
Burden
Dollars
Shop

Support
Hours
Labor Dollars
Burden
Dollars

Production
Hours
Labor Dollars
Burden
Dollars
Tooling
and STE Hours
Labor Dollars
Burden
Dollars
Planning
Hours
Labor Dollars
Burden
Dollars
Test/QC
Hours
Labor Dollars
Burden
Dollars
Engineering
Material
Manufacturing
Material
Tooling
and STE Material
Subcontract
Material
Procurement
Cost
Other
Cost Dollars
Wind Tunnel
General
IDWA
111-2
The

and

Subdivision
Subdivisions

Administrative

Expense

of Work
of Work

are

designed

to present

the

cost

data

at

which
would
identify
its functional
relationship.
The assessment
cation
of costs to a particular
Subdivision
of Work were based on
definition
of the Elements
of Cost in relation
to the contractual
Work.
The definitions
of the Subdivisions
of Work
are:

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a level
and identifithe accounting
Statements
of

#4L_

Space
North Amencan
Division Rockwell

,Design/Engineering
Costs

classified

in this

SDW

represent

the

effort

associated

with

the

study,
analysis,
design,
development,
evaluation
and redesign
of
specific
elements
of the WBS.
This includes
the preparation
of
specifications,
drawings,
parts
lists,
wiring
diagrams,
technical
coordination
between
engineering
and manufacturing,
vendor
coordination
data reduction,
report
preparation,
determination
of
specification
and
requirements
for reliability,
maintainability
and quality
control.
Production
Included

in this

SDW

are

the

costs

for

fabrication,

processing

and

sub-

assembly,
final assembly,
line inspection,
planning,
rework,
modification,
experimental
production
and installation
of parts and equipment
of all
hardware
items produced
under this contract
whether
deliverable
or not.
Specifically
excluded
is the production
of the test hardware
and the
models
and mockups
utilized
in the development
program.
Cost associated
with these
items is included
in the
Test/QC
SDW.
Included
in the
Production
SDW are those
costs associated
with the designation
and
implementation
process
meets
quality
level
manufacturing
Toolin_
This

and

SDW

of the necessary
controls
to ensure
that a manufacturing
prescribed
standards,
and the establishment
of acceptable
and statistical
methods
for determining
performance
of
processes.

STE

contains

cost

associated

with

the

planning,

design,

fabrication,

assembly,
inspection,
installation,
modification,
maintenance
and rework
of all tools,
dies, jigs,
fixtures,
guages,
handling
equipment,
work
platforms
and manufacturing
special
test equipment.
Included
are costs
for determining
tool requirements,
tool engineering,
maintaining
tool
records,
scheduling
and controlling
all tool orders,
programming
and
preparation
of tapes for numerically
controlled
machine
parts,
preparation
of templates
and patterns
and start-up
and closeout
costs
incurred
in the production
operations.
Test/QC
The

costs

displayed

in this

SDW

are

associated

with

the

performance

of

(i) tests on all components,
assemblies,
subsystems
and systems
to
_etermine
operational
characteristics
and compatibility
with the overall
system
and its intended
operational/nonoperational
environments
(such
tests
include
design
feasibility,
design
verification,
reliability,
etc.),
(2) tests
on parts,
systems
are unconditionally
operationally

and integrated
systems
to
suitable
for their
intended

verify
use

they

(these
tests are conducted
on hardware
or final designs
that have been
produced,
inspected
and assembled
by established
methods);
(3) tests
performed
by two or more contractors
to substantiate
the feasibility,
development,
qualification,
or acceptance
of interface
and/or
interface
system
compatibility;
(4) test planning
and scheduling,
data reduction
and report
preparation;
(5) fabricating
all models,
mockups,
breadboards,

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Space
Division Rockwell
North American

sinmlators,
etc., utilized
by Engineering
in the
The Shop Support
Element
of Cost within
this S_
production
effort.

development
program.
contains
all of this

Other
This
tion
111-3
The

SDW contains
costs.
All

Elements
Elements

of

only those costs identified
as
data in this SDW can be located

subcontractor
in WBS 9.98.

termina-

of Cost
Cost

contained

in this

study

to

further

define

the

cost

data

those
used in a typical
accounting
system
and consist
of direct
and indirect
charges.
The direct
costs are those that can be readily
and practically
identified
to a particular
project
or task.
The indirect
costs are those
that cannot
be readily
identified
to a contract
and are therefore
pooled
and applied
as a rate to the direct
hours and/or
dollars.
These costs
consist
of indirect
labor
(Financial,
Purchasing,
Security,
Contracts
and
Pricing)
occupancy
costs,
depreciation
and similar
costs that are not
directly
utilized

associable
to
in this study

a contract.
The
are as follows:

Desi6-n/Engineerin

_

Direct

Labor

definition

Hours

and

of

all

Elements

of

Cost

Dollars

The costs displayed
in this EOC are the direct
hours and dollars
classified
by the Division
accounting
structure
as constituting
the base over which the Engineering
burden
pool is distributed.
Examples
of types of effort
classified
in this EOC are:
Design
Engineering,
Reliability,
PERT, Logistics
Engineering,
Facilities
Engineering,
Quality
Assurance
Engineering,
Laboratory
and Test
Technicians,
Drafting,
GSE Design,
Project
Management
and Associate
Contract
Administration.
Overtime
premiums
and shift premiums
are
included.
Engineerin6

Burden

Hours

and

Dollars

This EOC includes
all engineering
overhead
costs which cannot
be
readily
identified
with individual
projects,
systems
or tasks.
It is
applied
to all direct
labor hours generated
in the Design/Engineering.
Examples
of types
of costs included
in this burden
pool are:
Fringe
benefits,
such as employee
vacations,
sick leave,
holiday
pay,
conventions,
seminars,
retirement,
and savings
plans;
secretarial
personnel,
insurance
Production

support
personnel,
supplies,
and occupancy
costs.
Direct

Labor

Hours

and

depreciation,

rentals,

taxes,

Dollars

This EOC contains
the cost for those types of effort
required
to
fabricate
and assemble
all hardware
(except
developmental
items)
associated
with the B-70 Program
including
Ground
Support
Equipment
and Spares.
Types
of effort
include:
preproduction,
fabrication
and
assembly,
premiums

rework
and replacement,
and shift premiums
are

and packing
included.

and

crating.

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Overtime

are

_i_

Shop

Support

Direct

Labor

Hours

and

Costs in this EOC reflect
the same
Production
EOC.
Effort
accumulated
of Engineering
and experimental
premiums

are

Plannin_

Direct

Included

in

the

Planning

and

STE.

Toolin_
Costs

for the production
hardware
of all

Dollars
types of
against

effort
described
in the
this EOC is in support

of models,
mockups,
simulators,
types.
Overtime
premiums
and shift

included.
Labor

this

EOC

effort

STE

Hours
are

in

Overtime
and

Space Amencan
Division Rockwell
North

all

to

EOC

hours

and

dollars

of Production,

and

Labor

this

Dollars

direct

support

premiums

Direct

identified

and

shift

Hours

Shop

premiums

and

inclnde

are

associates

Support,

with

Tooling,

included.

Dollars

the

direct

hours

and

dollars

associated
with the design,
fabrication
and assembly
of contract
supplemental
tooling,
special
test equipment,
dimensional
tooling
and

handling

Test/QC

equipment.

Direct

Labor

Hours

and

Dollars

The costs displayed
in this EOC are classified
as the test and quality
control
effort
necessary
to support
the inspection
of manufactured
equipment
and tooling,
perform
systems
and component
quality
verification
tests,
procurement
quality
control,
QC lab, and support
to combined
systems
and vehicle
checkout.
Test and quality
control
costs
displayed
as an EOC under the Design/Engineering,
Tooling
and STE,
and Production
SDW's are associated
with the inspection
function.
The
balance
of the costs are shown under the Test/Qc
SDW.
Overtime
premiums

and

Manufacturing
This

EOC

shift

premiums

are

included.

Burden

included

all

manufacturing

overhead

costs

which

cannot

be

readily
identified
with individual
projects,
systems,
or tasks.
The
burden
is distributed
over all direct
labor hours generated
by the
Production,
Shop Support,
Planning,
Tooling
and STE, and
Test/QC
Elements
of Cost.
Examples
of the types
of costs included
in this
burden
pool are: fringe
benefits
such as employee
vacations,
sick
leave,
holiday
pay, conventinns,
seminars,
retirement,
and savings
plans;
secretarial
personnel,
supplies,
depreciation,
rentals,
taxes,
insurance
and occupancy
costs.
En_ineerin_

Material

Included

in this

EOC

is the

cost

that

required

to

support

the

are

for

raw

research

materials
and

and

development

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SD72-SH-0003

purchased
effort.

parts

_1_

Manufacturing

Material

This EOC includes the cost of raw materials
than subcontracted items, that are required
effort of this contract.
Tooling

Space
DivisionRockwell
North Amer_an

and purchased parts, other
to support the production

_nd STE Mater_l

The cost of raw materials, purchased tooling and purchased parts, other
than subcontracted
items, that are required to support the tooling and
special test equipment effort are included in this element of cost.
Subcontracting
The costs associated with the major and minor subcontractor
effort and
various small miscellaneous
subcontractor effort are included in this
Element
tooling

of Cost.
Identification
of the supplier's engineering, production,
and testing effort is provided by the Subdivision of Work. All

supplier costs are associated to these SDW's utilizing the same definitions,
as far as possible, as the in-house costs.
See the previous section for
SDW definitions.
Materi_l

Procurement

Costs

This EOC includes all in-house material overhead costs for procurement,
receiving inspection, warehousing and in-plant handling of material and
subcontract purchases.
These costs are distributed over all direct
material and subcontract purchased dollars.
Other Costs
This EOC includes the costs accumulated for travel expense, subsistence,
and air fares of all direct classified personnel on this program; the cost
of automatic computation support (Data Processing), supplier's claims, and
payroll expense applicable to offsite effort.
General

and Administrative

Expense

The costs displayed under this EOC include the general and administrative
expenses which are incurred in the direction of the contract as a whole
as contrasted with the burden expenses of engineering, manufacturing
and
material.
This burden is applied as a percent of the total work-in-process
dollars (direct and indirect costs) generated by the contract.
Included
in the G&A pool are such items as: wages and salaries of personnel in those
departments whose effort is in support of all in-house contracts, supplies
and expenses, indirect employee benefits, proposal expense, welfare and
recreation expense, depreciation,
taxes, insurance, cafeteria and vending
operations, executive offices allocations including allowable research
costs, telephone and telegraph, and equipment rentals.

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_I_

IDWA

(Interdivisional

Work

Space Amencan
Division Rockwell
North

Authorizations)

IDWA's
are issued
to the supporting
divisions
of North American
Rockwell
to capitalize
on their
many
and varied
talents
and skills.
This EOC
has been established
to collect
the recorded
costs of the tasks transferred
to these other divisions.
The
production,
tooling
and testing
support.
111-4

costs are segregated
into engineering,
and are assigned
to the WBS item they

Non-Recurring/Recurring

All cost data contained
in this report
are classified
as non-recurring
costs.
The B-70 program
did not reach production
status
as only two complete
aircraft
were constructed.
These two aircraft
were utilized
as major test hardware.
By Air Force direction
the vehicles
were classified
as research
vehicles
to
demonstrate
design,
fabrication
and technical
feasibility
of long range Mach 3
flights
at high altitudes.
As the result
of this Air Force direction
both
vehicles
were utilized
as mauufacturing
training
aids, with Air Vehicle
No. 1
used as a functional
mockup
and a static
test article.

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PRECEDING

SECTION

IV-I

Program

Abstract

The

Force

Air

BLANK

NOT

PROGRAM

SUMMARY

DATA

a requirement

for

PAGE

IV

established

FILME, _

_

a Mach

Space
Division Rockwell
North American

3 advanced

strategic

bomber
in early
1952.
This bomber
was to replace
the aging B-52.
The
program
was designated
WSIIO-A.
The Air Force,
NASA and several
Air Frame
contractors
had performed
conceptual
studies
of this weapon
system
for
several
years prior
to the publication
of the requirements.
In July,
1955, the Air Force
requested
competitive
bids for Weapon
System
IIO-A.
Study
contracts
were awarded
in November,
1955 to North
American
Aviation
and Boeing
Aircraft
Companies
for the preliminary
design
effort
of the Weapon
System.
Government
funded
value of these contracts
were approximately
$10million
each.
At the same time IBM was awarded
a similar
contract
for preliminary
design
of the Bombing/Navigation
System.
The Air Force
selected
North American
Aviation
as Weapon
System
Manager
in January
1958 and work began on Phase I of the Weapon
System
development.
This effort
included
development
engineering
and testing,
performance
specification
development,
selection
of major
subcontractors
and
a mockup
inspection
in March
1959.
The initial
program
called
for first
flight
by July 1962, and the first operational
wing (_5 A/V) by December
1965.
In January
1958, the Air Force accelerated
the program
with first
flight
by January
1962 and first operational
wing (65 A/V) by September
196_.
In October
1958, the Air Force
revised
this schedule
with a stretch
out after
first flight
and the first operational
wing (62 A/V) by
September
1965.
In October
1959, the Air Force again went to an austere
program
though
deletion
of high cost simulators,
design
simplifications,
soft tooling,
and discontinuance
of intensive
honeycomb
brazing
and welding
development
effort.
Under
this program,
the first operational
wing was
scheduled
for December
1965, with first flight
still planned
for January

1962.
By December
1959, basic solutions
to major technical
problems
had
been resolved
and engineering
drawings
were being prepared.
Development
was well advanced
and considerable
development
hardware
was in existance.
In December
1959, the B-70 program
was redirected
from a 62 aircraft
program
with full qualification
to a single
air vehicle
(XB-70)
and minimum
effort
airworthiness
test program.
The IBM B_
System
effort
was transferred
to an Air Force
contract
and continued
at a reduced
rate.
The defensive
subsystems
terminated
Vought
was

and the Mission
and Traffic
and subcontracted
airframe
withdrawn.

On September
19, 1960,
with the Design,
Development,
and IIYB-70
aircraft.
This
needed

for

an operational

Control
work at

subsystem
contracts
Boeing,
Lockheed
and

were
Chance-

North American
Aviation
was advised
to proceed
Fabrication
and Test of one XB-70 prototype
would include
development
of all major
systems

Mash

3bomber.

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SD72- SH- 0003

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Space
Division Rockwell
North Amencan

Six months
later the program
was redirected
again to a prototype
development
program
consisting
of three aircraft.
The major
objectives
of
this program
were to design,
fabricate,
and demonstrate
the technical
feasibility
of a high altitude,
long range,
Mach 3 type vehicle
and to demonstrate
the
air

operation
vehicle.

of an integrated
prototype
bombing
Air Vehicle
Number
3 was cancelled

it went the objective
navigation
system.

to

demonstrate

the

navigation
system
on
in March of 1964 and

operation

of

an

integrated

the 3rd
with

bombing

The first air vehicle
was rolled
out on May ii, 196h.
First flight
occurred
on September
21, and by October
24 four flights
totaling
5 hours
and 2 minutes
had been accomplished
and Mach 1.42 had been reached.
The
second
XB-70
Mach 1.h and

was rolled
out on
40,000
feet.
Air

of the program
for 33 minutes.

objectives

on

May 29,
Vehicle

May

19,

1965 and flew on July 17 reaching
number
2 completed
the demonstration

1966

when

it flew

in excess

of

Mach

3

The flight
test phase to demonstrate
the program
objectives
ended in
late July 1966.
At this point NAA entered
into two contracts
with the Air
Force
and NASA to use Air Vehicle
Number
i as a test bed.
Under these
contracts
NAA maintained
for the conduct
of these

the aircraft
and provided
modifications
as
test programs.
These tests Mere concluded

February
of 1969 when the remaining
and placed
in the museum
at Wright
B-70

Contract
North

Dayton,

Ohlo

Summar_
American

Aviation

bomber
under
Air Force
contract
were $246,550
Two additional
31801
covered

air vehicle
was flown to
Patterson
Air Force Base.

required
in

Contract
when the

Pre-Phase
the period

conducted

design

studies

on

a SAC

AF33(616)-2367.
Recorded
costs against
this
contract
was completed
in February
1956.

I contracts
from March

expenditures
charged
against
through
Weapon
System
llO-A

preliminary

were awarded
North American.
of 1956 through
June of 1957.

this contract
contract
award

were $7,465,066.
in December
1957

Air Force
contract
AF(33)600-36118.
$1,757,389
were
contract.
Prior
to the Weapon
System
llO-A contract
awarded
North American
$9,469,005
in study contracts.

AF33(600)Total

July 1957,
was covered

under

recorded
against
this
award the Air Force had

The Phase I contract
designsting
NAA as Weapon
System
Contractor
was
signed
in January
1958 and formalized
the first portion
of the development
period.
This contract,
AF33(600)-36599
was to provide
design
engineering
mockups
and the development
of performance
specifications.
Concurrently
General
Electric
was selected
as an associate
contractor
for the propulsion
system.
IBM, which had been developing
a bomb-navigation
system
under a
• separate
prime Air Force contract,
became
a subcontractor
to North American.
The contract
was definitized
in August
to cover the period
from January
1958
through
February
1959 at an estimated
cost and fee of $74,675,149.
This
period
was subsequently
extended
to include
time-lags
in some minor areas
of

development.

Cumulative

recorded

costs,

exclusive

of

fee,

were

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$63,653,6o8.

#l_

Space
Division Rockwell
North American

Phase II of the program
encompassed
major subsystem
development
and
the fabrication
and flight
test of a complete
weapon
system
prototype.
Contract
AF33(600)-38669
was established
for this phase with an initial
negotiated
value of $120, _98, 828.
This included
cost and fee to cover
subsystem
development
from March through
December
of 1959 and the
airframe
development
from March through
July of 195%
The definitive
contract was signed
in April
1959.
The second
part of Phase II
contract
designated
as Supplemental
This letter
contract
provided
for

was initiated
in July 1959 under a letter
Agreement
#2 to Contract
AF33(600)-38669.
continuation
of the development
activities

covered
by the definitive
contract.
The total program;was
redirected
on
December
2, 1959 to the fabrication
and flight
testing
of a single
XB-70
prototype.
This redirection
occurred
prior to the definitization
of
Supplemental
Agreement
#2.
The program,
as redirected,
was definitized
as Supplemental
Agreement
#2 in May of 1960 for a total estimated
cost and fixed fee of $180,193,324
covering
the development
and fabrication
effort
of a single
XB_70 prototype
through
June of 1961.
Total negotiated
price of parts
1 and 2 under
AF33(600)-38669
was $300,69_,152
exclusive
of changes.
Total recorded
costs
against
this contract
were $310,908,713
which excludes
fee°
As

the

result

of

congressional

studies

during

mid_1960,

a

letter

contract
for the YB-70 weapon
system
development
program
was signed
in
September,
1960.
This contract
was designated
as AF33(600)-42058,
and
amounted
to a reinstatement
of a full weapon
system
development
program°
The
contract
was to provide
for the fabrication
of Ii YB-70
systems
in addition
to the current
requirement
of i XB_70.
However,
before
this contract
could
be definitized,
it was redirected
on March 31, 1961 to a three ship XB=70
prototype
air vehicle
program.
AF33(600)_42058
was deflnitized
on December
]9, 1961 at a total
estimated
cost and fee of $&_9,350_125o
This price included
the funds
expended
for the YB-70
development
under the letter
contract
and the pro_
duction
and delivery
of three X_-70 configured
aircraft_
By May of 1963,
the total
estimated
cost for the delivery
of the three aircraft
had grown
$60h.2M,
exclusive
of spares
and grotund support
eqt_ipment
AF33(600)_42058
was
termination
of Air Vehicle
reduced
Recorded

reduced
#3 in

approximately
43 million
co_t_ cumulated
against

(exclusive

of

fee)

including

to a two prototyp_
XB-70
March,
1964._
The contract
dollars
ag a regult
of
this contract
amounted

ground

support

equipment

program
value

with
wan

to

th_

tb:,_ _ance]!a_.ion
t_ $612_i_521_!01_

and

spar_-_,

_The flight
test portion
of the XB_70 development
program
_a_ pL_._._red
under
a cost plus incentive
fee contract
negotiated
in mid l_h.
_q_n_
contract,
A m33(657)_12395,
had a target
cost of $36_839,88B,
target
fee of $?,758,561
with a 85/15 cost sharing
arrangement_
The performanc_
aspects
of t_e flight
test program
called
for the demonstration
of e,_.tained

X-31

sm'_-sx-ooo3

_i_

Space Arnencan
Division Rockwell
North

Mach
3 flight
capability
for 30 minutes
and 180 flight
hours over 22.5
aircraft
operational
months.
(Refer
to ¥olume
II page 11-251
for details
of
this program).
Total
recorded
costs charged
to this contract
amounted
to
$36,078,605, exclusive
of fee.
(Total
flight
test costs reported
in this
study are $39,253,050
which
includes
support
effort
not associated
directly
with the flight
test contrast).
The B-70 aircraft
study includes
all costs generated
under
the Phase I
and Phase
II Air Force
contracts
and the basic flight
test contract,
AF33(657)12395.
Several
additional
research
contracts
were awarded
to North American
after
completion
of the basic flight
test contract.in
June 196_.
AF33(657)15871 was initiated
in mid-1966
with the first flight
under the contract
on
November
3, 1966.
A technical
discussion
of this program
is included
in Volume
II page 11-5. Total recorded
costs were $12,376,012.
A second
program,
NASa-If75,
sponsored
by the NASA for investigation
into the control
of structural
dynamics
was begun
in early 1967.
A technical
description
of this progx_m
is provided
in Volume
II page 11-5.
Total North American
expenditures
recorded
against
this contract
were $13,115,765.

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Events 1954

Headquarters,
United States Air Force, published a General
Operational Requirement for an Intercontinental
Bombardment
Weapon System Piloted Bomber.
This bomber was to be partially
chemical fueled, was to replace the B-52, and was to be active
in the Strategic Air Command inventory in the general time
period of 1965 to 1975. The Air Force, NACA, and selected airframe contractors had studied this weapon system for at least
two years before publication of the formal requirement.
A
subsequent study requirement, issued by AKDC, identified the
project as "Weapon System IIOA" and established 1963 as the
target date for the first wing of 30 operational air veBicles.

1955
April

The IIOA Weapon System Project Office (WSPO) was formed as part
of the Bombardment Aircraft Division, Directorate of System
Management, Detachment No. i, Headquarters ARDC at Wright
Patterson Air Force Base.
The WSPO presented a series of
briefings to Headquarters AMC, Headquarters SAC, Headquarters
ARDC, USAF Air Staff, USAF Air Council, and the Department of
Defense outlining _ts proposed program for the WS IIOA development and delivery.

July

Subsequent to the Deputy Chief of Staff direction of 21 June
to proceed with the Weapon System ll0A development, a Joint
ARDC/AMC Source Selection Board proposed a list of six eligible
contractors for program development.
Of these six contractors,
only North American Aviation and the Boeing Airplane Company
chose to submit proposals and both companies were awarded
Phase I contracts.

1956
Apri i

At this time a preliminary design proposal was submitted in
support of a scheduled mock-up review in November 1957, first
flight in March 1960 and equipage of the f_rst SAC wing by
December 1963.

October

As a result of various Air Force reviews, which took place in
July and September, HeadQuarters USAF directed that Phase I
development of Weapon System llOA be discontinued and that
North American and Boeing be permitted to continue their studies
only on a reduced research and development basis.
This decision
was based on the fact that the proposals included factors such
as air vehicle gross weight of 750,000 pounds and would require
tremendous floating wing panels.
Further technical direction
was provided to both contractors for further study.

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July

Both contractors
submitted
study reports
based on the revised
technical
direction

outlining
their findings
and presented
briefings

to Headquarters
ARDC, AMC, SAC and USAF.
On August
30, 1957
Headquarters
USAF directed
the initiation
of a 45-day
competitive
design
period
to be culminated
with onsite
inspections
of the
contractors'
facilities
by a source
selection
board
evaluation

November

group.
The onsite
reviews
occurred
in October
and November
respectively.

at

The

AMC

review

team

captains

from

ARDC,

North

and

American

SAC

& Boeing

reported

their

findings
to the respective
commanders
at Wright
Patterson
Air
Force Base who in turn submitted
separate
sealed
recommendations
to
December

the

Secretary

On the 23rd,
been selected

of

the

Air

Headquarters
as Weapon

Council.

USAF
System

announced
that
llOA contractor

North American
and had been

had

awarded
a phase I contract.
Concurrently,
ARDC and AMC were
directed
to determine
the degree
to which
the program
could be
accelerated
in an effort
to equip the first SAC wing at the
earliest

possible

date.

1958

May

Pending
resolution
with the Air Force,
stopped.
Alternate

of air vehicle
configuration
considerations
all effort
on the full scale mockup
was
plans for static
and fatigue
testing
based

on revised

levels

funding

were

also

in preparation.

July

On 3 July, the Strategic
Air Command
for the B-70 after holding
a contest
entries
were submitted
by pilots
and
world.

August

Contract
a total

AF33(600)-36599
for
price of $74,675,149,

January

1958

September

General
engine.

Electric

October

Air Force
additional

November

Hamilton

- February

selected
the name Valkyrie
in which more than 20,000
airmen
throughout
the

D.E.I.
and mockup
was definitized
and covered
the period
from

1959.

conducted

the

initial

run

on

a J-93

Directive,
wire 15780LA,
dated 10-17-58
air vehicle
to the program
for fatigue
Standard

Environmental

was

Control

selected

as

subcontractor

series

added one
testing.
for

System.

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The second
_hase of the program,
system
and subsystem
developmerit, be_anwiththe
issuance
of Letter
Contract
AF33(600)-38669
which was subsequently
definitized
in April
1959 with a total
price
of $120.5
M.

1959
February

The full scale air
1959 as scheduled.

Mar c h

On ii March
1959, the B-70 Weapon
System
Development
Engineering
Inspection
(DEI) was completed
at the Los Angeles
Plant.
The
basic
objectives
of the DEI were to allow Air Force
representatives the following:

vehicle

mockup

was

completed

on

9 February

The opportunity
to review
in detail
the Weapon
System
contractors
interpretation
of and compliance
with
technical
requirements
called
for in the contract
performance
specifications.

le

e

,

The opportunity
mockup
articles
objectives
with
The
and
and

to evaluate
the plans and physical
to determine
accomplishment
of the
respect
to design
performance.

opportunity
to review
inspection
functions,
producibility.

all aspects
of maintenance
safety,
ease of operation,

During
the DEI, 761 Requests
for Alteration
were written,
of
which 381 were considered
category
i to be accomplished
as a
part of the current
contractual
requirements.
April

The B-70 Weapon
System
mockup
review
was completed
on 4 April.
The mockup
review
differed
from the DEI in that it presented
the operational
characteristics/sultability
of the configuration
and the general
arrangement
of the operational
article
presented,
rather
than detailed
system
analysis
and theory.
Thirty-five
of
a total 50 RFA's written
were issued as category
i changes.

.June

Initial
acceptance
of the -70 configuration
was received
from
the Air Force
on 8 June.
The major
changes
imposed
by this
configuration
were:
(1) the forward
fuselage
was shortened
by
approximately
30 inches,
(2) the upper intermediate
fuselage
tank section
was refaired
to hold approximately
16,000
additional
pounds
of fuel, and (3) the engines
were moved forward
and the
aft

fuselage

shortened

by

approximately

five

inches.

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Major
cost reduction
exercises
were being conducted
in consideration of Fiscal
1960-1961
budgets,
As part of this study it was
planned
that the spare engine
requirements
would be reduced,
eliminate
the fatigue
article,
reduce
test air vehicles
from
12 to i0, and make the static
article
a flight
vehicle
to be
tested
at Wright
Patterson
rather
than Palmdale.

December

Air Force wire LMSA 033, dated 2 December
1£59, redirected
the
Weapon
System
llOA (B-70)
to a single
vehicle
prototype
development program
with objectives
of demonstrating
the technical
feasibility
of a B-70 type aircraft
design,
demonstrate
functional
operation
of a prototype
bombing-navigation
system,
and preservation
of option
for developing
a B-70 weapon
system.
A minimum
effort
airworthiness
test program
was directed,
the IBM bombingnavigation
system
effort
was transferred
to an Air Force
contract
and continued
at a reduced
rate, defensive
subsystems
and Mission/
Traffic
Control
subsystem
contracts
were terminated
and subcontracted
airframe
work at Boeing,
Lockheed
and Chance-Vought
was withdrawn.
Total personnel
utilization
was reduced
from
approximately

20,000

to 7,000.

196o
January

Air Force approval
was received
tions"
with subcontractors
for;
tip wedges
to Aeronca,
wing
fuselage
bulkheads
tc Rohr,
to AVCO.

May

On the
of Air

July

The second
in support

The
DEI
the
August

ist of May,
Vehicle
No.

on commencing
"pre-award
negotwo wing panels
and three wing

leading
edge-elevons-seven
and a section
of the upper

fabrication
of
1 went in-work.

DEI on the B-70
of the following

the

program
was
objectives:

i.

Review
current
status
and
to achieve
better
balance

2.

Devise
Fiscal

first

details

completed

in

upper
fuselage

support

on July

22nd

establish
changes
necessary
in scheduled
expenditures.

a plan of action
for a weapon
1961 funding
limitations.

system

within

the

information
and data generated
in support
of and during
this
proved
beneficial
in technical
and financial
planning
for
ll air vehicle
YB-70 program
subsequently
announced.

Initial

Air

Vehicle

No.

1 subassembly

began

on

5 August.

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General
Orders
were issued
on 21 September,
redirecting
the
XB-70 to Plan W-2TR authorizing
the manufacture
and flight
testing
of ii YB-70's
in addition
to the 1 XB-70.

December

A major program
milestone
was completed
by releasing
the last
of ii, 202 basic engineering
drawings
required
to build
the
first prototype
XB-70.
These drawings
represented
a total of
more than six million
engineering
manhours,
including
almost
lO, O00 hours
of wind tunnel
testing.

1961
February

Eleven
teams of representatives
from
functions
of NAA Los Angeles
Division

five major operating
visited
B-70 subcontractors

as a part of a concentrated
cost reduction
program.
Cost reviews
were conducted
at 19 subcontractor
plants
resulting
in the elimination
or postponement
of some tooling,
facility
items, aerospace ground
equipment
and spares
not immediately
needed,
simplified
design
and manufacturing
methods
and reduced
supplier
estimates.
March

From

the

President's

Budget

Message:

"The acquired
missile
capability
programmed
by this message
also makes unnecessary
and economically
unjustifiable
the
development
of the B-70 Mach 3 manned
bomber
as a full weapon
system
at this time.
The B-70 would not become
available
in
operatiomal
numbers
until well beyond
1965.
By that time we
expect
to have a large number
of intercontinental
ballistic
missiles,
fully tested
and in place,
as well as a substantial
manned
bomber
force mostly
equipped
with air to ground
missiles.
In view of the extremely
high cost of the B-T0 system,
its lesser
survivability
as a ground
base system
and its @reatervulnerability
in the air compared
to missiles,
its capabilities
as
a second
strike
system
do not appear
to have sufficient
advantages
over a much less expensive
missile,
or even a B-52 or
successor
bomber
equipped
with Skybolt,
to Justify
a request
in FY 1962 for $358 M.
We recognize,
however,
that there are
still uncertainties
with
respect
to the operational
characteristics
of our planned
missile
force.
We also recognize
that there are certain
advantages
inherent
in a controlled
force of manned
bombers.
To preserve
the option
of developing
this manned
bomber
weapon
system,
if we should
later determine
such a system
is required,
I recommend
that the B-T0 program
be carried
forward
essentially
to explore
the problem
of flying
at three times the speed of
sound

with

an

airframe

potentially

useful

as

a bomber,

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Message

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development
of a small number
of prototype
aircraft
and related
bomb-navigation
systems.
We should
also explore
the possibility
of developing
a manned
bomber
system
specifically
designed
to
operate
in an environment
in which both sides have large ICBM
forces.
Even on this more limited
basis,
the B-70 project
will cost
1.3 billion
before
it is completed
in 1967.
Approximately
$800 million
has already
been provided,
$220 million
is now
requested
for 1962 -- $138 million
less than the amount
included
in the January
budget
-- and the balance
will be required
in
subsequent
years.
The total development
program
which I am
recommending
will cost $1.4 billion
less than that previously
planned."
The

above

resulted

in Air

Force

direction

program
to a prototype
development
Manpower
was once more reduced
and
to keep costs as low as possible.
were terminated
and 21 others
were

to

reduce

the

B-70

consisting
of three aircraft.
a new austere
look was taken
Five major
subcontractors
instructed
to stop that

portion
of their work that would no longer
be required,
or were
otherwise
redirected.
In addition
to the major
subcontractors,
168 minor
subcontractors
were terminated
and 30 others
were
partially
terminated.
Intensive
internal
programs
were initiated
to achieve
the established
technological
goals at minimal
cost.
This was evidenced
by a substantial
reduction
in systems
testing
requirements,
Judicious
design
changes
and reduced
tooling
requirements.
May

A design
change
was made to eliminate
the auxiliary
door air
inlet system.
The function
of this system
was to furnish
an
additional
supply
of air to the engines
in order to increase
the air vehicle
performance
in all types of weather
conditions,
to allow heavier
payloads,
and allow takeoff
from shorter
runways.
This requirement
was not considered
mandatory
for a
development
vehicle
and effected
a significant
cost saving.

October

The North American
Los Angeles
Division
organizational
structure,
which was based
on a functional
concept,
came under scrutiny
of the AFand
DOD because
of the success
of project
oriented
organization
in the missile
program
where quick reaction
and
technical
achievement
were the major
objectives.
At the
request
of the Air Force,
the B-70 Division
was created
as
an autonomous
group.

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A special
investigation
team was formed
to research
and develop
a new fuel tank sealing
process
to eliminate
leakage
problems
that were being
experienced.
Viton polymer
base sealant
was
developed
as was the use of the nickel
plating
in this
application.

1962
March

The first major fuselage
completed
and delivered
major
section
mating.

April

The first Air Vehicle
No.
Palmdale
by the Air Force

May

In order to stay within
Air Vehicle
No. 2 major
from six to ten weeks.

June

A management
decision
was made on 19 June to cancel
requirements
for the subcontracted
Air Induction
Control
System
Controllers.
This action
necessitated
removal
of some A/V installed
components
and release
of an alternate
design
in support
of a manual
system.

August

Lateral
instability
control
simulator.
5 ° dihedral
to the
lateral
bob-weight

assembly
(aft
to Palmdale
on

1 YJ-93 engine
on 6 April.

fuselage
18 March

was

section)
was
in support
of

delivered

at

Fiscal
Year
'62 funding
limitations,
assembly
in-work
dates were set over

was discovered
during
operation
of the flight
Subsequent
study led to the decision
to add
Air Vehicle
2 and 3 wings and to add a
assembly
to Air Vehicle
No. 1.

1963
January

The C-121 flight
test bed program
for the prototype
bombingnavigation
system
was completed
3 January.
The unit delivery
for Air Vehicle
No. 3 was scheduled
for March 1964.
(See
subsequent
entry regarding
cancellation
of thim A/V.)
The
objectives
of this program
were the functional
demonstration
equipment
navigation

and integrated
systems
operation,
and bombing
mode accuracies,
and

measurements
of
the identification

of fixes required
for a successful
XB-70 operation.
During
flight
program,
45 equipment
flights
were made totaling
185
flight
hours.
May

The

decision

system
system

was

made

to

not

install

the

air

of

induction

(AICS)
in Air Vehicle
No. 1 for first flight
was not required
at flight
speeds
below Mach

control
valves
were locked
and hydraulic
systems
hold the movable
portions
of the inlet in proper

this

control

as this
1.4.
The

were ported
to
fixed positions.

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As a resultant
from the initial
integrated
propulsion
tests at
the Santa Susans
Test Facility,
a design
change
was issued
to
replace
all of the hardline
auxiliary
drive system bays hydraulic
mountings
to cushion
supports.
This action
eliminated
leakage
problems
associated
with vibrations
being
experienced.
Subsequent

to

a very

comprehensive

program

situation

analysis

conducted
with Brig. Gen. F.J. Ascani,
B-70 SPO, a series
of
meetings
were held over a two day period
with a Defemse
Advisory
Group.
Detailed
discussions
and committee
meetings
were conducted
in reviewing
the status
of the program,
projected
funding
and proposed
plans.
December

NAA received
a Contract
Change
from Wright
Patterson
AFB
(Systems
Engineering
Group)
to install
the SST instrumentation
on Air Vehicle
No. 2 rather
than Air Vehicle
No. 3 which had
been previously
programmed.

March

On 5 March,
Secretary
of Defense
McNamara
announced
that the
XB-70 program
was reduced
by the Government
from three aircraft
to two.
Stop work orders were issued
on all Air Vehicle
No. 3
effort.
At this point
in time, only 98 honeycomb
panels
of a
total requirement
of 1,286 had been delivered
in support
of
A/V #3 and minimal
subassembly
effort
had been accomplished
on
the Air Vehicle.

April

On 24

April,

the

electron

beam

lower moldline
was completed
Air Vehicle
No. 1 structure.

welding

and

sold

on the
off

left

which

hand

wing

completed

May

"Roll-out"
of the first XB-70
occurred
at 9:15 a.m. on llMay
1964.
The ceremony
was covered
by press,
radio,
television
and was attended
by:
Major
General
R. Ruegg and Brigadier
General
F.J. Ascanl,
heading
a group
of 50 B-70 SPO personnel;
Colonel
T. Bishop
and three officers
from SAC; Brigadier
General
A. Low, Mr. C. Covington
and two others
from the DOD;
four members
from the California
delegation
to the House
of
Representatives;
approximately
67 subcontractor
VIP's and
40NAA
executives.

September

On 21 September,
the initial
XB-70A
flight
was made from
Palmdale
to Edwards
Air Force Base with a duration
of 1 hour
and lO minutes.
Due to a failure
in the retraction
of the
main landing
gear, the planned
speed of Mach 1.1 was not
reached
and the maximum
speed was held to approximately
254 KIAS.
The air vehicle
was taken to approximately
16,000
feet where
low
speed maneuvers
were successfully
checked
out.
Although
both

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aft tires on the left hand bogie blew
vehicle
remained
under
control
at all
straight
down the runway.

October

Flight
No. 4 completed
the planned
evaluation
for initial
flights,
in that a Mach number
of 1.42 and altitude
of 46,000
feet were accomplished.
The maximum
indicated
speed was
446 KIAS.
Subsequent
to this flight,
the No. 1 XB-7OA
went
into layup on 24 October
for a series
of proof loading
tests on
the movable
progression

surfaces
towards

out on landing,
the
times and proceeded

aimed at preparing
the Mach 2 and Mach

the air vehicle
3 flights.

air

for

its

January

The Phase
II Proof Tests were completed
utilizing
Air Vehicle
No. 1 as the test article.
Various
structural
components
primarily
involved
in the propulsion
and flight
control
of the
air vehicle
were stratically
proof loaded
and operationally
tested
under simulated
flight
loads.

May

On
to

29May,
No. 2 XB-70A
rollout
pre-flight
operations.

was

conducted

and

transferred

Significant
inflight
structural
damage
was experienced
during
the 12th flight
of Air Vehicle
No. 1.
Sections
of wing apex
skin and leading
edge became
detached,
entered
the right hand
engine
air intake
duct, and resulted
in an emergency
landing
on the Edwards
Air Force Base lake bed with only 4 engines
in
operation.
July

On 17 July,
duration
of
feet

and

the No.2.XB-70A
made its initial
flight
for a
1 hour 13 minutes,
reached
an altitude
of 42,000

a speed

of Mach

1.41.

1966
January

Seven flights,
five with A/V No. 1 and two with A/V No. 2 were
accomplished
during
this
month
and 14:01
hours
were
logged.
The highlight
of the month's
activities
was the
successive
Math 3 flights
(#17 & #18) of A/V No. 2.
During
Fllght
No. 17,
A/V No. 2 attalnedMach
3 for the first time and repeated
the
performance
during
Flight
No. 18, nine days later.
For the
first time two flights
in one day were accomplished,
one with
each air vehicle
on 3 January.
On ii January
A/V No. 1
accomplished
Flight
No.
3:_0 hours,

two flights
with a turnaround
of less
30 on A/V No. 1 was conducted
on 6 Jan,
the longest
flight
in the program.

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May

The

XB-70's

flight
was
33 minutes

design

objective

of

sustained

2,000

demonstrated
19 May when Air Vehicle
above Mach No. 3.
Weighing
531,000

mile-per-hour
No. 2 cruised
pounds
at take-

off, the airplane
reached
its speed objective
over Rock Springs,
Wyoming.
During
the next half hour, it covered
more than 1,O00
miles,
passing
over Wyoming,
Colorado,
Utah, Arizona,
and
California.
During
the final half of the run the airplane
was
continuously
turning
in a 15-degree
bank.
Stability
and control
were excellent
throughout
the hlgh-speed
run and no problems
were encountered
in maintaining
speed
in the turn.
The total
flight
lasted
Just under 2 hours,
including
nearly
l_ hours at
speeds
June

in excess

of Mach

No.

2.0.

At 09_6 on 8 June, XB-70 No. 2, piloted
by Mr. White
of North
American
Aviation
and Major
Cross, USAF,
was involved
in a midair collision
with a NASA F-104,
piloted
by Mr. Walker.
Both
aircraft
crashed
resulting
in fatal injuries
to Major
Cross
and Mr. Walker.
Mr. White ejected
successfully,
sustaining
injuries
to his back and arm.
The accident
occurred
approximately
45 miles east of Edwards
Air Force Base,
while the aircraft were flying
formation
at an altitude
of 25,000
feet at a
speed of Mach 0.78.

August

The initial
phase of the XB-70 flight
test program
was concluded
in the early portion
of this month.
The program
was conducted
under the provisions
of Contract
No. AF33(657)-12395,
which
began with first flight
on 21 September
1964 and ended with the
completion
of 22.5 aircraft
operation
months
on 6 August
1966.
The XB-70's
was clearly
conducted
at
During
this
received
to
test program.

design
objective
of Mach
3 flight
above 70,000
feet
demonstrated
during
the program
with lO flights
this speed between
14 October
1965 and 6 June 1966.
same month letter
Contract
AF33(657)-15871
was
conduct
support
for a USAF/NASA
Joint XB-70
flight

1967
January

A flight
research
program
sponsored
jointly
by NASA and USAF
for sonic boom measurements
was completed
in late January.
This
program
was initiated
in Nov 1966 with the primary
purpose
of
determining
the proper
method
of combining
the theoretical
sonic
boom
intensity
due to lift and due to volume
for the far field
case

April

A

second

flight

research

program

was

initiated

with

the

61st

flight
on Air Vehicle
No. 1.
This program
was an investigation
into the control
of structural
dynamics,
was sponsored
by NASA
and conducted
throughout
the remainder
of the program.

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On 4 February,
the XB-70
(Air
flight
from Edwards
Air Force
Force Base where the aircraft
Museum.

Vehicle
No. i) made
its final
Base to Wright
Patterson
Air
was placed
in the Air Force

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the

Mach 3
schedule
separate
exercises,

time

of

B-70

contract

award

to

achievement

of

sustained

flight,
the
program
was
subjected
to almost
continuous
exercises.
During
the
period
of
1960
to
1965,
110
planning
and
scheduling
exercises
were
conducted.
prompted
primarily
by total
vehicle
requirements

funding,
1958
and

resulted
mid-1966.

in

seven
Interim

major
schedule
schedules
of

changes
lesser

These
and/or

between
early
change
magnitude

were
issued
to maintain
proper
utilization
of total
resources
between
the
points
of major
program
redirections.
Therefore,
although
over
140 individual
schedules
were
considered
during
the
B-70
program
(52
alone
prior
to start
of air
vehicle
manufacturing),
this
study
will
be restricted
to
the
following
inclusions:
1) The initial
contract
go-ahead
schedule,
2) the
schedule
applicable
during
the
March
1959
Weapons
System
Design
Engineering
Inspection
(DEI),
3)
the
schedule
under
which
air
vehicle
manufacturing
was initiated,
and
4) all
subsequent
master
schedules
which
were
agreed
upon
with
the
Air
Force
SPO as operational
As

and

the

reporting

program

baselines.

progressed,

pages
1-51
The following

the

through
1-91
clarification

aforementioned

schedules

) were
identified
is
provided.

by

(see

different

systems.

Shortly
after
receipt
of the
Weapons
System
ll0A
contract,
the
Air
Force
requested
that
NAA submit
an accelerated
schedule
with
alternate
plans.
This
initial
schedule
and plans
were
identified
as Plans
A, B, C, and D.
Subsequent
plans
maintained
this
alphabetical
identification
system
with
a numerical
suffix
as applicable
until
early
of identification
ignations
Therefore,
the
next

1961.

more
at
master

At that
would
be

meaningful
the
time
schedule

of

time
it
utilized

decided
make
the

that
a new system
schedule
des-

in respect
to time
of issuance.
program
redirection
in early
was
identified
as 61-4-1.
61

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1961,

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was
to

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1961

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April

system

prevailed

throughout

the

Issuance

remainder

of

in April

the

program.

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1958

initial

support

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of

flight

first

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in
R-2

This

This
1959

resulting
1965.
month

Air

Force

of

an

one

of

a

January

article.
and
by

design

the

August

release

in
the

over

multiple
tool.

optimum

one-shlp
to

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plant

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and

flight

in

vehicle

for
out

This

to

December

1959

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to

flight

which

manufacturing

time

operations

of

Edwards
1962

to

also

personnel
this

the

provided

plan

fabricated/assembled
flown

release

2,

schedule

Under

test

months.

and

and

assembly

of
slipped

fatigue

design

first

of

Force

first

was

six

schedule

buildup

program.

was

the

design

This

Air

delivery

December

the

air

an

flight

100%

dated
to

stretch

one

Wing

and

the

W-15.
set

to

after

approximately

program

a

Air
first

LMSA-033,

allowing

first

100%

program

1962

delayed

Plan

vehicle

on

vehicles,

delivered

a

in

plan

1961

response

the

first

to

eleven-month

performed

a

prototype

of

sidered

Wing

in

maintained
1960.

accommodated
spans

air
test

December

on

out

in

the

issuance

65

static

for

issued

addition,

Wire

redirected
ture

of

a

based

In

was

This
schedule
in December

1959

was

stretch

flight

completion

W-15

and

Command

was

to

one

schedule
This

1960.

August
out

December

Air

schedule

directive

master

requirement

scheduled

plan

December

System

article
was

Change

AF33(600)-36599.

total

test

First
1964.

March

a

fatigue

Weapon

Contract

programmed
a

of

in
the
at

Air
for

support
prototype

the

Force
subsequent

testing.

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1960

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one

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1960

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the

and

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and

the

systems

major

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1962

maintained

was

for

article

mediately

1960

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from
a

to
the

the

reissuance

in
one

XB-70

YB-70

of

an

W-27R

and

In

YB-70
of

of

first

all
Mach

3

December
flight
a static

completion

number

im-

i.
Plan

resultant

November

to

ii

addition,

for

Force

operational

a YB-70

in

Air

turn

development,

date

Program

review

in

development

flight

YB-70

to

design,

for

1963.

and

response

the

scheduled

AF/NAA

major

installations

of

following

for

for

with

was

the

December

spans

first

June

in

dates

including

XB-70

maintained

flight

over

needed

bomber.

Fiscal
the

set

with

test

of
to

been

issued

aircraft,

plan

in-work

proceed

prototype

test

Revised

was

to

support
led

first

had

allowable

schedule

direction

scheduled

December

the

reducing
ramp

This

with

though

fabrication

W-27R

W-15D.

operations

in

considerations

program

assembly

This

September

of

vehicle

1962,

exercises

budget

Space
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1960

incorporate

required

the

following

changes:
i.

Add

four

months

testing
2.

Extend

3.

Set

to

static

over

points
4.

Set

over

air

6.

Set

over

and

incorporation
air

Planning

in

support

vehicle

major

testing

from

19

test

by

resolve

and
one

survey

to

21

and

months.

incorporate

acceptance

program.
and

vehicle

XB-70

of

first

this

of

month.

propulsion

points

assembly
Los

article.

airframe

'62

than

3

load

Dec.

coefficients

test

comp_tion

Add

Revised

influence

months.

number

5.

rather

of

static

static
four

YB-70

7.

the

one

resolve
month.

deliveries

(maintained

flight).

schedule

manufacturing

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and

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a

to

this

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January

point
air

on

the

most
in

air

vehicles

2

was

issued.

program
on

was
the

vehicles

2,

to

be

in

effort

3

used

in
on

the
the

a

effort

air

vehicle
this

of

effort

the

next

to

period
total

plan
but
by

plan

of

this
schedule
element
of
of

resumed
master

which

was

delayed
6,

action
the

funding

was
program

this

completions

preparation

due

additional

1963;

h
with
each

for

to

requirements

and

informed

reached
all

during

3, and

respectively,

in
conjunction
allocations

had

programming

redirected

61-4-1

1,

months,

and

been

curtail

issued

February

to

this

experienced

preference

efficient

due

problems.

Subsequently,

schedule

based

in
were

of

significant

of

had
be

funding
to

3

available,

a

-

prototype

expected

Force

under

plans

that

three
date

3

November

would

necessary
and

flight
No.

manufacturing

the

was

Air

to

The

and

be
By

of

1963,

negotiated

The

could

and

2

achieve

evident

funds

internal

resources
was

2

of

vehicles

Multiple
to

first

a

reduction
panel

included.

No.

slip

were
for

thickness,

the

became

be

reduction

honeycomb

subsequent
intervals.

flight

it

cost

foil
from

to

changes

provisions

Multiple

were

first

of

where

3

core

Secretary

lack

2 was

include

were

honeycomb

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to

in

program

fewer

Prototype

limitations.

the

delay

survey
of

maintained

it

Force

of

change

schedule
funding

that

on

1962,

flight

Air

three-prototype
The
full
scale

and

possible

program

existing

- 1

where

1962
and
on
nine-month

same

I,

i.e.,

in

loads

system.

December
flights

July

exception

milling,
metal

first

air

the

required

prototype

In

and

Prototype

those

chem

resulted
program
to a
of 61-4-1.

configuration

as

basically

of

63-2

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the

same

changes;

Plans

article

deleted.

panels,

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limitations

reduce
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master

schedule.

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the

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vehicles

requested
that

economy.

of

in

had

schedule

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the

joining

change

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in

setting
change

in

schedule

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a

program

approximately

air

dealing

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no

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air

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of

air

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the

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resulted
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departments

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the

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had

operations

were

mentioned

of

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vehicle
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air

the
vehicle

air

air
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CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

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APRIL

UNCER
NAS9-I2100

B-70

COST
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COST
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NASA

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CONTRACT

RCCKWELL

CORP.

1972

APRIL

UNDER
NASg-12100
TIME
B-TC

PHASED
EXPEI_D,
A IP,CRAFT
STUCY

SUMMARY

HANMON IHS
Q-3
66
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Q-I
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Q-2
67
Q-3
67
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3_C8_C.5

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528457476

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SPACE

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RCCKWF.

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DATA

FREPAREC

IINEER

NASA

CONTRACT

NASg-12100

CgRP.

Iq72

APRIL

TIME

PHASED

B-70

AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUBY

SUMMARY

MFG

TCCL/STE

MATL

TOTAL

MATL

CUBE

_ IN:T)

MATERIAL

TUNNEL

l 77

17036P

3267

MPC

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FP

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122_1.

3-2
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59

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NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION"
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CCRP,

APRIL

1972

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TIME
9-70

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEKO.
STbSY

SUMMARY

MFG
_ATL
0-3
Q-6
_-1
(J-2
0-3

66
66
67
_7
67

TOTAL

1222B_5

,_52276Cg

TOOLISTE
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SUBC

3552_

25e16633

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CO S T

TOTAL
MATER IAL
632R

1774325

-'_106 82 261

I -llO

6P, 74_3367

225,_3265

400409

3775H7

29173555

N_IRTH

AMERICAN

SPACE

DIVISION

RCCKWELL

DATA

PREPAREG

UNDER

Na. SA

CNNTRACT

NASg-12100

CCRP.

APRIL

TIM_

PHASED

B-70

AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STbDY

SUMMARY

SUB

TOTAL
OIC
0-1

5_

0-2

59

Q-3

5_

Q-%

5_

O-I

59

Q-2

59

C-3

59

_-4

59

Q-I

60

0-2

6O

Q-4

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Q-I

61

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bl

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61

Q-4

61

(_-I

62

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62

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52

0-4

6_

Q-I

65

0-2

63

0-3

63

0-4

63

0-I

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t_-2

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64

Q-4

64

Q-I

69

Q-2

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0-3

65

0-4

65

_-I

66

0-2

66

192_7_
H_OI6

$

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TOTAL
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TDW_

234790_

CCST
2347S69

176_7425

1 7667405

147_6]

-_7_63705

20405_7

7_34444C

2_6_60

73166412

13337C6

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619147,50

1240256

2927Cl1

_7769692

1q12414

4372691

104054797

24214
884@
13335

37786g19
73353298
74513453
63251

3145996

1P3732001

23q1716

5913127

132'336644

30134_I

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1664747

2q24005

101502111

29C759=

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146_C22

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90649559

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774Cq166

1342569

249645S

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13863_5

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1167491

3C68103

71269

L3_75_5

69281427

15_(790e

4_03875

75646210

192_4_l

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7_3726

1561617

37619483

ln2182g

28402R48

7697_O

4727

29173365

3239124

IFC70447

485297

6749

IH562493

13343323

35_383

41214C

I-Iii

13099712

314

090

1972

NURTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONT_ ACT

CGRP.

RCCKWELL
UNCER
N^ $9-1P

APRIL

I OC
TIME

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPFN_.
STUOY

SUMMARY

SUH
TOTAL
_-3
0-4
q-t
G-2
_)-3

66
66
_r
67
6t

T(IT AL

38191_

33L7/653

11611470

S_1621741

TOTAL
CCST

IDv!A

11961

1681_)226

1-112

Z79)_21_31C_6344[77

171

1972

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¢_

_-_3

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s_-s_-ooo_

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0

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AMERICAN
SPAC E DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

RCCKWELL

CORP.

UNDER
NASg-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

Q-[
q-2
q-3
Q-4
Q-[
{;-2
Q-3
q-4
Q-I
Q-2
q-3
Q-4
Q-1
Q-2
q-3
Q-4
Q-[
Q-2
q-3
Q-4
Q-[
Q-2
q-3
q-4
Q-[
Q-2
Q-3
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(3-I(3-2
Q-3
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PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

DESIGN/ENGINEERING
DESIGN/ENGINEERING
ON-SITE

MANMONTHS

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
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BURDEN
DOLLARS

984908

982469

LABOR
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58
58
58
58

1285.5

215935

4.561

5655,5

916586

4,383

4017197

3589981

7607178

59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65

7238.5

[235367

4.321

5337750

4270928

9608678

10758°0

1893478

4.211

7973824

6820192

14794016

10866.0

1883428

4.545

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7115705

15674954

10275.5

1726243

4.712

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6376365

14510045

15C97°5

2576625

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8808626

21034760

9738,5

1765899

4.931

8707812

8120279

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1523905

5.205

7932400

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14918998

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7163597

7042561

14206158

7804.0

1331920

5.692

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15019595

8645.0

1452358

5.238

7607383

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7687.5

1311994

5.493

7206255

8027653

15233908

4727.0

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5.679

4724618

5433207

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7469.0

1294692

4.88[

6320033

7684626

14004659

5.647

3852977

4405374

8258351

4061.5

L972

APRIL

682359

1-115

1967377

+
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NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCK_ELL

APRIL

CORP.

UNDER
NASg-IZIOO
TXME
B-70

SUBD

CF

NORK

Q-I
Q-2
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66
66
66

TOTAL

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

DESIGN/ENGINEERING
DESIGN/ENGINEERING
ON-SITE

MANMONTHS

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DCLLARS

BURCEN
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LABOF,
BURDEN

÷
$
3

3972.0

688475

5.673

3905465

4987468

889291

3457.5

580810

5.516

3202658

6002

7206997

135761.5

1972

23302117

lI543710C

3_,9

109662698

22507q7q8

r_,

1-116

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPAREO
NASA CONTRACT

RCCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNOER
NAS9-L2100
PHASED
AIRCRAFT

SUBD

CF

WORK

q-t
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-[
g-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
0-2
0-3
0-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
G-I
Q-2
(]-3
Q-4

58
58
58
58
59
5g
59
59
60
6O
60
60
61
61
61
6t
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65

EXPEt_D.
STUDY

SHOP
SUPPORT
OESIGNIENGIhEER[NG
ON-SITE

MANMON THS

1972

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
R ATE

LABOR
DGI_LARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

58.5

9825

3.068

30143

26769

56912

29.0

4170

3.165

13198

12690

25888

60882

83454

144336

130.5

22163

2. 747

333.0

58681

2.883

169151

237428

406579

- 102.5

- 17730

2.

883

-51116

-30519

-81635

193.5

32623

2.

908

94879

120_,04

215283

194,0

33148

2.855

94636

I17149

211785

2.

2410S

40719

6,_824

46.5

8455

90.0

15375

4.602

70755

60851

131606

901.0

151348

4.434

671148

673703

134485

966,0

164787

4.543

748672

806804

1555476

38|.5

64077

4.706

301516

336805

638321

58,5

9955

3.289

3273e

54389

87127

45.0

7890

3.528

27838

55148

82986

3,694

379449

571615

951064

3. 760

196010

327981

523991

592°5

[02730

310,5

52136

851

I-I17

+
$

I

NORTH AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

RCCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASq-I2|O0
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

66
66
66

TOTAL

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

SHOP
SUPPORT
DESIGN/ENGINEERING
ON-SITE

Q-I
Q-2
Q-3

LABOR

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

BURDEN
DOLL _RS

_26,0

73717

3.697

272566

537856

810422

426.G

7L686

5.397

386900

611747

99_647

5075.5

I972

865036

352367C

I- 118

_6_6993

LABOR
RUROEN

8166463

+
$

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL.

UNDER
NASg-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBO

OF

WORK

TESTIQC
DESIGN/ENGINEERING
ON-SITE

MANMONTHS
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
CI-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
G-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
{}-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
(Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
(}-4

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUCY

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

BURCEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

÷
$

58
58

I. 5

314

3,029

951

951

58
5B

1,5

162

2,790

652

452

-28

2. I07

-5g

-5q

5q
5g
59
59

13,5

2331

3, 155

7354

7356

60
60

15o0

2624

3. 558

9337

q337

60
60

13,5

2353

3.380

7954

7954

61
61

I0.5

177l

3.023

5353

535?

61
61

3.0

489

3, 2b8

1598

1598

62
62
62
62

I. 5

231

4. 541

104g

1049

4343

4343

7.5

1378

3.

152

63
63

26.0

6056

3. 492

63
63

12,0

1993

3.380

6736

6736

64
64

12,0

2061

3,656

?536

7534

64
64

21.0

3685

3,744

13796

13796

-65
65
65
65

11 l.O

19309

4. 305

83 ll 8

83118

II 1.0

18728

4, 400

8240

I-i19

14163

14163

3

I_240 3

t972

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APR|L

UNDER
NASg-12IOO
TiME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

TESIIQC
OESIGNIENGINEERING
ON-SITE

LABOR

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

Q-I
Q-2

66
6b

153,0

26497

4,755

125g98

125998

Q-3

66

127,5

21397

4,5.53

97415

97_15

TOTAL

639,0

197Z

IC9351

4_g495

T-120

409495

÷
$

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA PREPARED
NASA CONTRACT

R(]CKWELL

C(]RP,

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TIME
8-70

SUBD

OF

WORK

MANMONTHS
Q-[
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
0-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
0-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-L
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-E
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-[
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-t
Q-2

58
58
58
58
5q
59
50
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
65
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66
66

1972

PHASEO
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
ST_CY

DESIGN/ENGINEERING

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LA80R
OCLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

÷
$

ENGR
MATL

1345.5

226074

4.494

1016002

1009238

2025240

2773

5482,0

920918

4.377

4030847

3602671

7o33518

6062

7369.0

1257502

4,293

5398573

4354382

9752955

22452

11104.5

1054490

4.170

815032g

7057620

152C7949

31805

10776.5

1868322

4.55(;

8517470

7085186

15602656

lq?O

10482.5

17_121_

4.677

82365L3

6496769

14733282

27562

15302.0

2611544

4.720

12326123

8925775

2125|898

20317

9788.0

1774843

4.921

873351E

8160998

16894513

33856

9020.5

1539511

5. 199

8004204

7047449

15051653

7165

9162.5

1542774

5.081

783q088

7716264

15555352

52861

8794.0

1500763

5.560

8344015

824521g

16589234

82054

9038,5

1518428

5,213

7q15635

7886717

15802352

112498

7758.0

1324010

5.473

7246527

8082042

1532856g

86821

5.65C

4766252

5488355

10254607

145181

4, 788

678260C

8256241

1503884

4793,0

84357C

8172.5

1416731

1

260374

4483.0

753223

5,485

41313q0

4733355

8864745

3q7176

4551,0

788689

5.457

4304009

5525324

g829333

352596

1-121

NORTHAMERICANROCKWELLCORP.
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

APRIL

UNCER
NASq-12100
TIME
B-7O

SUBD

OF

WORK

MANMONTHS

Iq72

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPENO.
STUDY

DESIGN/ENGINEERING

LABOR
HOURS

401I.O

673893

14145E.0

24276504

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

5,471

3686q73

_b14086

I19430065

ll_2BTEgl

LABOR
BURDEN
830LOSq
23371775b

$

ENGR
M&TL
_89694
2133167

j

1-122

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
OATA
PREPAREO
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP,

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

MFG
MATL
58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
6[
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66
66

1972

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

DESIGN/ENGINEERING

$UBC

T757025

TOTAL
MATERIAL

MPC

2773

150

7763087

WIND
TUNNEL

OTHER
COST

TOTAL
O/C
$

5327

5327

69t22

122097

122097

18307]04

18329756

487295

600394

600394

17724348

17756153

487258

1009592

1009592

12966858

12968778

769666

2175747

2175747

8542875

8570437

510488

1609170

160917C

e721717

6742034

194377

2479273

2_79273

6786998

6820854

197306

2347828

2347828

5989869

5997034

190957

2641236

264|236

5818544

5871405

188930

237480

_E15350

4697404

204112

1758544

1758544

920200

1032698

-703353

-703353

1"/76056

1862877

1033774

L033774

12390

157571

56665

1006084

1006084

9590

269964

81155

397176

71018

352 596

7309C

40647
253168

1-123

3

829953
149685
561259

2374803

829953
1

1496851
561259

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPAREC
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CF

WORK

NFG
MATL
Q-3

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUCY

DESIGN/ENGINEERING

SUBC

66

TOTAL

1972

UNDER
NASq-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

APRIL

CORP.

TOTAL
MATER IAL
489696

979_9124

1000822ql

MPC
30257
3905661

T724

TOTAL
OIC
$

WIND
TUNNEL
261546
21610125

261546
21610125

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

SUB
TOTAL
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
O-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-t
Q-2
Q-3
0-4
Q-I
0-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
0-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2

58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
6t
62
62

APRIL

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

DESIGN/ENGINEERING

G & A

TOTAL
COSI

IOWA

20334(0

_2033490

15587824

15587824

2q170400

29170400

34460_52

34460952

31516847

527806

32044653

25423377

484389

25907?66

30667562

569855

31237437

26260501

487998

2674849_

2388088C

40083g

2428171g

62
62
63
63
63
63

23_904_0

402676

24393166

232_q294

388710

23638004

16172344

270403

16442747

J54
64

18478388

391266

18869654

64
64
65
65
65
65
B6
66

I1474927

244163

1171909C

162

427406

1664731_

10829790

288938

11118728

10816278

280278

11096556

19_13

1-125

1972

,J

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPAREO
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

UNOER
NAS9-12|00
TIME
B-70

SUBO

OF

WORK

SUB
TOTAL
0-3

66

TOTAL

9082556
359315833

APR[L

PHASEO
EXPENO.
AIRCRAFT
STUOY

DESIGN/ENGINEERING

G _, A
273538
5438265

TOTAL
COST

IOWA

9356094
36675_t098

z-126

1o.72

o
<
<

6
o

0,

:E
,<
r_
o
0
a.
m

-i
I

i

j,

I

8

8

_

8

EW"

0

SD72-SH-O003

_,

_0

0_._

_

_-_

_0

0

_t_-_-ooo_
(BIIOI'rIIM)_V'lqO(I

NORIH
ANERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

RCCKWELL
UNCER
NASq-12100

lIME
8-70

SUBD

OF

WORK

5FI
Q-I
Q-2
58
58
Q-3
58
Q-4
59
Q-[
Q-2
59
59
Q-3
(Q-4 59
60
Q-I
Q-2
60
:-3
60
6O
Q-4
61
g-I
61
Q-2
61
0-3
0-4
6I
O-I
62
IQ-2 62
62
Q-3
Q-4
62
63
Q-I
63
Q-2
Q-3 • 63
(_-4 63
66
Q-l
64
Q-2
(}-3 66
64
Q-4
65
Q-I
65
Q-2
65
Q-3
65
0-4

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUCY

DESIGN/ENGINEERING
PRODUCTION
ON-SITE

MANNONTHS

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
R AT E
8

LABOR
DOLLARS

BURCFN
O(]LL ARS

37

4.625

+
$

LABOR
BURDEN

7_

36

191.0

135L8

5.414

73189

972l

82910

97.5

16629

5,456

90721

145._9

10526C

174.0

3056q

5.273

161199

34809

195999

11.822

5,,498

6499?

16644

985

3.308

3258

2051

5809

3, 711

9748

1.0923

20671

3,667

3590

2866

6456

67,5
6,0
15.0
6.0

2627
979

Rt641

180.0

30659

5.079

155718

150624

3C6342

478.5

80495

4,, q25

396463

405719

802242

394.5

67287

5.128

345043

362402

707445

-4C.5

-6783

8.401

-56_85

292q9b

236011

29 1.0

49692

6. 907

243820

299746

543566

1244487

1488317

2732804

302897

380119

683016

515569

263676

779225

135[.5

[972

APRIL

C(]RP,

237795

340.5

59132

279.0

46918

5.233
5. 122
10.988

T-]_29

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

RCCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNI]ER
NASg-X2[O0
TIME
8-70

SUBD

OF

WORK

DES IGN/ENGI
PROCUCTION
ON-SITE

MANMONTHS
Q-I
(_-2
Q-3

66
66
66

TOTAL

NEER

PHASEO
EXPENO.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

ING

LABQR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
OOLLARS

30,,0

523g

3.531

18498

1916';

37667

36.0

6115

3,644

2228_

22 778

45064

.3787.5

653686

3594515

_-13o

BURCEN
DGLLARS

3777186

LABOR
÷
BUP lIEN $

737170I

lq72

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARE{)
NASA CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASg-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

_F

WORK

Q-3
0-4
Q-I
0-2
0-3
0-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
_-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
0-3

5g
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
bl
62
62
62
62
63
53
63
63
64
64
64
64
,65
65
65
65
66
66
66

TOTAL

PHASED
EXPENO.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

PROCUCTION
PRODUCTION
ON-SITE

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
LABfJR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

576.C

IC1470

3,689

374296

685.5

118765

3. 707

440321
110112

BUROEN
Ol]LL ARS

LA E}OR
BURDEN

28794

467115

124644

234756

375ql

2.q2q

3450.0

588807

3.144

1851083

2222707

4073790

10242.0

1857107

3,152

5852799

7451964

13304763

16177.5

2760855

3.C73

8483947

11377959

19861906

16185.0

2719064

3. 183

8653756

12084445

20738201

14658,0

250154q

3.

266

817062C

Iil77352

1q347972

1618g.0

2719690

2.857

7769055

12422441

20191496

15653.5

2671497

3.576

9554346

15508666

25163012

1373648

3.

4616476

7482151

12098627

2957137

6682385

7630522
2378

361

4863.0

842863

3.508

1230.0

206550

4.

201.0
268.5
108407.0

(;77

842175

1536020

34838

2. C48

71348

7q6503

867851

45212

3.41g

577621

732180

15455q
5qg0203C

18579501

T-131

+
$

3742q6

223.5

7804.5

1972

87571652

147473682

195

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
OATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNCER
NASg-12[O0
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

64
64
65
65
65

TOTAL

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

SHOP
SUPPORT
PRODUCTION
ON-SITE

g-3
Q-4
Q-I
q-2
0-3

LABOR

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

261.0

45842

3.628

I14.0

19861

3.52e

LABOR
DCLLARS

BURCEN
OCLLARS

166336

233354

70C65

95 548
-819

375.0

1972

b5703

23040!

1-132

328083

LABOR
BURDFN
399690
165613
-B19
564484

+
$

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

CORP,

ROCKWELL

APRIL

UNCER
NAsg-1210O
TIME
B-70

SUBO

CF

WORK

q-3
Q-6
q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-6
q-!
q-2
Q-3
0-4
Q-I
0-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
O-2
G-3
Q-6
Q-I
Q-2
0-3
Q-6
Q-I
Q-2

58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
.64
64
64
66
65
65
65
65
66
66

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

PLANNING
PRODUCTION
ON-SITE

MANMONTHS

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
DOLLARS

LABOR
RATE

BURCEN
DOLLARS

LABOg
BUR DEN

5711

5711

2.96(]

28324

28324

6994(]

69940

12.0

1905

2.998

55.5

9569

133.5

23401

2.989

270.0

46837

3. 160

14799C

544.5

91472

3.050

278949

483

278949

165672

3.C22

500012

74950

574962

877.5

15917C

2.916

464167

78444

542611

853.5

145699

2,977

433695

80306

516001

790.5

13277q

2.

393483

8735[

480834

56

963

3.786

212

207

419

577.5

97031

6.q37

673144

475960

1149104

487.5

83307

3.102

258399

407389

665788

138.0

24312

3. 303

80295

12L360

201641

66,0

11438

3.11e

35645

5410_

8q769

4370

3.

13583

20687

34270

166G

3.348

9.0

108

4888

1-133

7926

+
$

198_,7 _

969.0

25.5

I,O72

12814

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVIS[ON
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

RGCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASq-121OO
TIME
B-70

SUBD

OF

WORK

Q-3

66

TOTAL

6.0
5815.5

PHASED
EXPEhD.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

PLANNING
PRODUCTION
ON-SITE

MANMONTHS

1972

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS
I0_I

LABOR
RATE
3.3B1

999319

LABOR
DCLLARS

BURCEN
DOLLARS

352C

5091

339lq57

1-134

1_14244

LABOR
BURDEN
Bblt
4806201

+
$

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASg-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

58
58
5'9
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
,66
64
64
66
65
65
65
65
66
66

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUEY

TEST/QC
PRODUCTION
ON-S

Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
(3-2
Q-3
(}-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
(}-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
(3-2
0-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2

[TE

LABOR
LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

6.0

931

4.g08

656q

4569

6.0

898

4.257

3823

3823

BURDEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

25.5

6471

4. 665

20855

20855

54.0

9426

6, 992

47058

47058

22.5

389 [

3. 664

14255

16255

258.C

43990

3.

144

138307

138307

753,0

136554

3.

152

430433

430433

1564.5

267073

3.236

866169

864

1891.5

317877

3.405

108238D

1082380

1798.5

3C7065

3.600

1105326

1105326

2212.5

371608

4.214

1566032

2415.0

412102

3.595

1481396

53338

1534734

1473,0

2592q0

3.696

95846C

77076

1035536

153497

4.055

62246g

25418

647887

14999

433802

885.0

1972

541.5

90941

4.

605

4_S803

44 1.0

76420

4.

942

377682

1-135

211683

169

1777715

377682

*
$

NORTHAMERICAN
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPAREC
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP,

UNDER
NASq-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

OF

WORK

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

LABOR

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

307.5

51707

4°969

16655.0

EXPEhO.
STUDY

TEST/QC
PRODUCTION
ON-SITE

TOTAL

1972

2507761

BUR£EN
DOLLARS

1-136

256950

25695(:

9392967

LABOR
_URDEN

382514

9775681

+
$

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12IO0
TIME
8-70

SUBO

CF

WORK

MANMONIHS
58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66
66

PHASE[}
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

PRODUCTION

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE
8

t6354

5.

159.0

27096

909.C

L04

BUR CEN
DOLL ARS

"_ LABOR
DOLLARS

4,625

99.0

LABOR
BURDEN

36

37

+
$
73

83469

972L

93190

4.535

122868

14539

137407

159911

3, g16

626290

34800

661090

IC77,C

186850

3.748

700366

43921

744287

796,5

133939

3,036

406574

126695

533269

_692.0

800896

3.

120

2499150

2308580

_807730

134

6750989

7533274

14284263

11878.5

2153810

3.

18775,5

3204286

3. lO1

19345.5

3250215

3.239

10526082

16851.0

2875952

3.345

18938.5

3181546

3.

18847,,0

3216598

3°587

[1537961

II028.0

1940887

3,641

7066054

9402244

16468298

6268.5

1086791

3.670

3988213

5237574

9225787

2076,0

348779

5.133

1790110

1834563

3624673

117957

4°005

472416

823598

1296014

681.0

1972

128

1-137

9_3752

9

l 1608889

2 1546418

12577575

23103657

9621201

1 1539961

2116L162

9951246

1340308O

2 3354326

16369

139

27907100

ENGR
MATL

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12|00
TIME
8-70

SUBO

OF

WORK

MANMONTHS
618.0

TOTAL

133040.C

PRODUCT

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

ION

LABOR
HOURS
104075

22805950

LABOR
RATE
4.202

LABOR
DOLLARS

BUROEN
DOLLARS

437315

605_90

76517870

_-138

%1LJ

X972

ct3473679

LABOR
BURDEN
1042805

16900154g

÷
$

ENGR
MATL

NORTHAMERICANROCKWELL
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

CORP.

OF

WORK

MFG
MATL
58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66
66

1972

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TIME
B-TO

SUBD

APRIL

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,,
STUCY

PRODUCTION

SUBC

433520

TOTAL
MATER IAL

433520

MPC

3846

OTHER
COST

SUB
TOTAL

5641

5714

112960

643516
4029 162

G &

A

3605554

3605554

95601

190600

31120511

31120511

850134

269832

32901567

26106017

26107002

1549061

17912

28418262

541775

16577782

16616910

988720

2352.8

18162427

360026

1028879

2C718972

21747851

680216

28145

27263942

564889

4713g24

24061973

28775897

[087445

23430

44171035

899225

6986229

21395753

26381982

1072774

6125

49007299

869965

5576903

16058125

21635028

8 120

4569601

7726164

15617765

23343929

-77

45929333

816456

66893

38459180

690205

985
39128

969206
1424319

796676

7727118

6345602

14072720

g6524

6407347

8015425

14422772

1783781

88340

44201993

104293"/

68173

20463664

468592

q12259

273995

20144

10432185

2916

1120300

1120300

199863

8265

4953101

1093_54

1093354

226761

6816

2622945

2713606
8708C2

170650
41457

2884256

1-139

l

1

1029285

74

135327
78995

NORTH
AMER [CAN
RCCKWELL
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
UNDER
NASA
CONTRACT
NASg-12IO0

TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

MFG
MAIL

45227604

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

1972.

EXPEND.
STUCY

PRODUCTION

SUBC

1222865

TOTAL

APRIL

CORP.

TOTAL
MATERIAL

75206

1222865

Iq0269106

MPC

lS269106

2_5496710

1-]_40

CTHER
COST
14051

958808

SUB
TOTAL
235492?

41971626]

G &

A

70923

76 t40

I 3

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA CONTRACT

RC_CKWELL
UNDER
NASg-12I.O0

TIME
B-70

SUBO

OF

WORK

[DWA
Q-[
Q-2
q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
{}-3
Q-¢
Q-[
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-¢
Q-[
Q-2
Q-3
Q-6
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-[
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2

58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
6t
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
66
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66
b6

PRODUCTION

TOTAL
COST
5716
_63516

I1167

6040309

4243

329CSBlO

6600

28966637

59151

18561604

2512356

30361189

3923566

68993826

2924005

52801269

2610066

69102753

2696659

49242268

30_8199

62217584

6803875

50035153

1561_17

22493873

6727
6749

APRIL

CORP.

IC728586
5095177
27C1940

PHASED
EXPEfiD.
AIRCRAFT
STUOY

1972

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
OIV|S[ON
DATA
PREPAREO
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CGRP,

UNCER
NASg-|2100
TINE
B-TO

SUBD

CF

WORK

IOWA

APRIL

PHASEO
EXPENOo
AIRCRAFT
STUCY

PROCUCTION

TOTAL
COST
242585C

TOTAL

23992560

_15 I32283b

_-142

1972

II

!
IK

|

!

o

8
1-143

SD72-SH-O003

(SJOITIIM)

_IVTIO(I

v

I- T

=olb

,,,_3

I

0 p.,, W_
QI_ .M
0

8

ol-

w
a_ o

,._, w

w _

_a__z

_

• _- a. P

_ww

go
O_
UL

!"

---_,

......

1
0

I

1

0

0

($KOIqqI_)
I-i$_

S_lqOd

,I
0

0

SD72-SH_O003

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARE0
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP,

APRIL

UNOER
NASg-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

Q-[
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
0-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
0-3
Q-4
q-I
Q-2
0-3
q-4
Q-!
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
{)-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
{}-3
Q-4

PHASEO
AIRCRAFT

EXPEhD.
STUOY

DES IGN/ENGI
NEER ING
TOOLING
AND
STE
ON-SITE

MANMONTHS

lq72

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

BUR CFN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

÷
$

SB
58

1,5

152

4,704

715

690

1405

58
58

I, 5

308

3. 078

948

I 168

2116

5. 333

16

13

59
5q

3

2':::;

59
59

I (]o5

I898

3o (]65

_818

6683

12501

60
60

18,0

3217

2.84

9141

12 I15

21256

60
60

27,0

4588

2,917

13 38 1

17398

30779

61
61

82.5

13982

2, 797

3g I02

52 142

91244

61
61

I03,5

18729

3,162

59221

78409

137630

62
62

105,0

17939

3.913

70191

82749

152940

524_2

85515

1

62
62

5q, 5

qqSO

3,32C

3303

63
63

31.5

5271

4, 34g

22923

28541

51464

.63
63

40,5

6727

4, 236

28493

34829

63322

64
64

23.5

3977

4o 070

16 lB6

26637

42823

1115

3.

887

4334

5527

9861

736

2065

2684

474q

13.'58

2275

64
64

6.0

65
65

3,0

436

4.

6.5
65

1,5

213

4,305

z-145

q17

3

NORTH
ANERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASq-12|OO
TIME
B-TO

SURO

CF

WORK

Q-I
Q-2
0-3

66
66
66

TOTAL

PHASED
EXPEhD.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

OES IGN/ENG
INEER ING
TOOLING
AND STE
ON-SITE

MANNON THS

1972

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

3.79_
515.C

LABOR
DOLLARS

BURCEN
DOLLARS

252
403677

1-146

÷
$

LABOR
_URDEN

381
710290

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12|O0
TIME
B-TO

SUBD

(IF WORK

TOOLING
TOOLING

AND
AND

ON-SITE
MANMONTHS
0-1
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
(}-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-¢
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
0-3
Q-4
{)-1
Q-2
Q-3
0-4

1972

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUCY

STE
STE

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

BUR CEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

58
58

58.5

9756

3, 818

37248

25807

63055

58
58

31.5

5241

6,

32232

9793

42025

59
59

121.5

20749

4.487

93095

58510

59
59

651.5

79393

3.728

295989

237541

150

151605
533530

60
60

2152.5

373166

3.639

1283247

1114261

2397528

bO
60

2875.5

483006

3.371

1628632

1421C88

3049520

61
61

9241.0

1577087

3. 543

5587276

4589745

1C177019

61
61

14640.0

2654808

3,326

8823996

8794005

17617999

62
62

5676.0

(J68596

3.328

3223286

3528233

675].519

62
62

2458.5

613106

3.298

1362316

1720672

3082988

63
63

1795.5

306391

3.371

1032982

1169126

2202t08

63
63

141E.0

238243

3.551

846104

1099|35

1945239

64
64

2253.0

384607

3.959

1638411

3160904

64
64

937.5

164933

2.636

434710

673266

IIC7976

65
65

228.0

39636

4.433

175713

188582

364295

65
65

38.0

6626

30627

33292

63919

4.

768

1-147

1522693

+
$

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP.

UNDER
NASg-12|OO
TIME
fl-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

TOOLING
TOOLING

AND
AND

ON-SITE
MANMONTHS

44376,5

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUOY

STE
STE

LABOR
LABOR
RATE

LABOR
HOURS

0-I
66
(_-2 66
Q-3
66
TOTAL

1972

4

.750

48

8,042

LABOR
DOLLARS

T-]_48

+
$

LABOR
BURDEN

42

3
386
26410131

7725lq2

BURDEN
DOLLARS

45
386

26301

529

5271L660

NORTH AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA PREPARED
NASA CONTRACT

RCCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASq-1..2100
TIME
8-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

PLANNING
TOOLING

AND

LABOR
HOURS
8

Q-3
60
Q-4
60
Q-I
6l
Q-2
61
Q-3
61
Q-4
61
Q-I
62
Q-2
62
0-3
62
Q-4
62
Q-I
63
Q-2
63
Q-3
63
Q-4
63
Q- 1 64
Q-2
64
0-3
64
O-4
64
0-I
65
O-2
65
0-3
65
0-4
65
Q-I
66
0-2
66
O-3
66

2238.0

TOTAL

3372.0

717.0
343.5

PHASED
EXPENI_,
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

STE

LABOR

ON-SITE
MANHCNTHS

122282
62214
7

375960

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

2.625

BUROFN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BUR DEN

+
$

21

21

3.174

388072

49103

437175

3.069

190907

26371

217278

.142

3.679

-I

138326C

-I

64739

14479gq

36.G

6047

2.555

1544e

16558

32006

10.5

1967

7.195

14152

13469

27621

19.5

3351

3.297

11047

6.0

1123

4. 185

4700

9138

20185

6016

10716

3
1.5

1972

132

3.530

573094

466
2008072

1-149

590
185984

1056
2194056

NORTHAMERICAN
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

RCCKWELL

CORP.

UNDER
NAS9-L2[O0
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

TEST/QC
TOOLING

AND

ON-SITE
MANMONTHS
Q-!
Q-2
(}-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
0-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
{}-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4

58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
6X
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65

1972

APRIL

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

STE

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE
1

LABOR
BURDFN

LABOR
DOLLARS

2,000

+
$
2

2

4q

5.46g

268

268

80

3.038

243

243

1526

3.08C

_70C

4700

8100

3.259

26399

26399

93.0

15527

3.394

52706

52706

232.5

39652

3.31B

13158_

13[583

510.0

92533

3.580

331313

331313

229.5

39190

3.136

122905

122905

115.5

19304

3.210

61970

61970

6g.O

II864

3.364

39911

39911

285.0

47905

3.509

168106

168106

97.5

16652

3.679

6126G

61260

30395

30395

9.0
46.5

51.0

8849

3.435

10.5

1892

3.64C

54

1.29_

1-15o

688_
70

6886
70

NORTHAMERICAN
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

R(]CKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASg-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

TEST/QC
TOOLING

AND

ON-SITE

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

STE

LABOR

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

1.5

303

1750.5

1q72

LABOR
RATE
.

LABOR
DOLLARS

73

303481

LABOR
BURDEN

22
1038739

1-15i

BURDEN
DOLLARS

÷
$
22

103873q

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP,

APRIL

UNOER
NASg-|2LO0
TIME
B-70

SUBD

Q-[
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-[
Q-2
0-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-1
Q-2
(}-3
Q-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2

OF

WORK

1972

TOOLING

ANO

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUCY

STE

LAB{JR
RATE

LABCR
DCLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

[

37965

26497

64462

5,975

33448

10961

44409

20832

4.481

93354

58523

151877

471.0

82817

3. 701

306507

244224

550731

89694

60
60

2217.0

384483

3.430

1318787

I126396

2445183

604007

60
60

2995.5

503129

3.368

1694540

1438486

3133026

905281

61
61

I0273.0

1753003

3.506

6146031

4600_90

IC_37021

3523326

61
61

15597.0

2828284

3.325

9405435

8Bq87F15

18304220

II005192

62
62

6010.5

1(]25732

3. 331

3416381

3610982

7027_J63

4915358

62
62

2633,5

442360

3. 294

1457319

1773154

3230473

2207855

63
63

1896.0

323526

3.387

1095816

1197667

2293483

691031

63
63

3981.5

668835

3.627

2425963

1198703

3624666

844638

64
64

2410.0

411283

3.928

1615387

1681(:06

3296993

476551

64
6k

1005.0

176864

2.734

483591

692262

1175853

125098

65
65

261.0

4.319

195711

200404

396115

65
65

45.5

36314

40666

76980

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

58
58

60.0

9909

3.83

58
58

33.0

5598

59
59

121.5

5o
59

66
66

1.5

45313
7814
31C

4. 647

81

1-152

25

42


$

LABOR
BURDEN

67

TOOL/S
TE
MATL
458
-438
-2C

100368
-1083
3791

_.i

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELl..

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

TOOLING

AND

PHASED
EXPENO.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

STE

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

BUROEN
OOLLARS

1.5

214

_. 584

981

842

50014.0

1972

8690306

29763555

1-153

26891190

LABCR
BURDEN
1823
566547_5

+
$

TOOLISTE
MATL
35524
25616633

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CDRP

APR[L

UNDER
NASg-12IO0
TIME
8-70

SURO

OF

WORK

SUBC
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
(}-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
G-2
0-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
0-3
Q-4
Q-I
0-2

58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
bl
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66
66

1972

TOOLING

ANU

TOTAL
MATERIAL

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUOY

STE

OTHEP
COST

MPC

SUB
TOTAL

G

_

A

TOTAL
COST

458

25

64945

64945

-438

-24

43947

43947

42156

42136

1116

712227

801921

195 129

27056

195129

6411

1386LL9

19797

5954923

123308

60762_I

i 6(_356

6919407

1386119

2649331

3253338

236605

2441985

3347266

263_28

583t

6750051

4960522

e48385C

439839

43741

19804451

37LOgl

20175542

8019616

IGC24808

1159702

160627

38649357

695654

39345011

2889461

7804819

479159

48035

15359376

248094

15607470

3760321

6058176

300466

-24940

9564175

1008179

1699210

110294

557934

14C2572

100588

-5776

441443

_17994

111423

698

67C59

192157

67393

8590

176C7

117975

35764

2110

-1083

-193

704

76408

786

TOTe

5714

3791

625

i-_54

I

142832

9707007

4103612

68402

4172014

5122050

85L52

5207202

433339[

92 106

4_25497

1443g93

30724

1474717

14727

566691

551964

2040
171

78448
5885

NORTHAMERICAN
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

RCCKWELL

CORP.

UNDER
NASg-12IO0
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

SUBC

TOOLING

AND

TOTAL
MATERIAL
3_524

27567841

1972

APRIL

5318_,74

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEhD.
STUDY

SIE

MPC
2185
333b112

1-155

OTHER
COST
1615
275_21

SUB
TOTAL
41147
113_50752

G

&

A

123g
20418q6

TOTAL
COST
42386
115492648

|

i-,,,
<
w
,,,p
<

6

L

<


L

I
_

I

,,

_o

1,

8

,-4

0

0

,-4

SD72-SH-O003
I-]_5(D

(S_OITIIM)

S_FIO(I

-

II
L

i_ ,,,

I
0
0,1

I
_
,-4

i

I

0
,-4

_

0

SD72-SH-O003

_-_57

(sHom_m)

s_-noa

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APR| L

CORP.

UNDER
NASq-[2[O0
TIME
e-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

58
58
58
58
5'9
59
59
59
6O
6O
60
6O
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65

EXPEND,
STUDY

DESIGN/ENGINEERING
TESTIQC
ON-SITE

q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
q-I
q-2
q-3
q-4
Q-[
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
q-!
q-2
q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
q-3
Q-4
q-[
Q-2
q-3
Q-4
Q-I
{]-2
q-3
q-4
Q-I
Q-2
q-3
Q-4

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

LABOR
LABOR
DOLLARS

BURDEN
DCLLARS

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
BATE

48.0

8007

4.442

]557C

190.5

32064

4.157

133284

125443

25R727

286.0

48836

4.175

203866

167509

371375

213.0

37359

4.110

153546

134425

287971

456.0

78933

4.496

35_871

276037

630908

925163

1934661

364_0

LABOR
BURDEN
72000

1480.5

248799

4.057

1009498

1884.0

321571

3.735

1201110

1028847

2?29957

1570.C

284691

4.309

1226625

12923_2

2518957

2C43.5

348748

4.262

1486241

1504085

2990326

1782.0

29g414

4.325

1326C71

2621068

610.0

IC4120

4, 7B9

498661

58018!

107_842

476.5

7968B

4.6q5

374175

401509

775684

344.5

58844

4.776

281035

356698

637533

179.5

31619

4.358

137803

187259

325062

240,0

4165q

2.292

95479

109208

204(=81'

I15.5

19359

3.025

58554

70624

z]58

1294991

129178

+
$

1972

NORTH AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPAREi_
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TIME
B-T0

SUBD

CF

WORK

Q-1
Q-2
Q-3

66
66
66

TOTAL

7.5

[TE

LABOR

LABOR
HCIUR S
1267
20

11925.0

PHASED
EXPENO.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

OESIGN/ENGINEERING
TEST/QC
ON-S

MANMONIHS

1Q72

LABOR
RATE
3.161

LABOR
OCLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

3980

5409

3.550

2044998

71
i 854q366

1-159

70
8527100

+
$

LABOR
BURDEN
9389
I41
I 7076466

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
OIV[SION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP.

UNDER
NASg-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBO

(_F WORK

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUCY

PRODUCTION
TESTIQC
ON-SITE

MANMONTHS

197Z

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
LABOR
RATE

t-16o

LABOR
DOLLARS

BURDEN
DOLL aKS

LABDR
BURDEN

+
$

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRI L

UNDER
NAS9-|2100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

SHOP
SUPPORT
TESTIQC
ON-SITE

MANMON IHS
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
q-I
Q-2
q-3
Q-4
Q-[
Q-2
q-3
q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS

58
58
58
58

21
397.0

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUCY

66656

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
OCLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

52

2.476
2.957

197080

LABOR
BURDEN

73

*
$

226393

125
423473

59
59

2587,0

441466

2.959

1306251

1575015

2881266

59
59

2638.5

464428

2.921

1356656

1817377

3L74033

60
60

3722.0

64508l

2.962

1911002

2347642

4258644

60
DO

6371.5

1070362

3.036

3249243

4101487

7350730

61
61

1X591,0

1978151

3.063

6060056

7407508

61
61

5618,0

1018680

3,043

3099410

4561687

7661097

62
62

3604.0

615077

1774784

2206170

3980954

62
62
63
63

1973.5

331530

3.089

1024035

1"_89456

2413491

784.0

133707

3.196

427292

571231

998523

63
63

771.5

129709

3.443

446626

9[7209

64
64

541.0

92301

2.879

265716

409934

64
64

131.5

23199

1.460

33882

768_7

110719

65
65

-55.5

-9613

2.071

19919

39506

59425

32970

56757

89727

65
65

1_,5

3234

2.885

10.

195

Z-161

13467564

1363835
675652

1972

NORTH
AMER|CAN
ROCKWELL
SPACE
D[VI' S[ON
0ATA
PREPAREO
UNDER
NASA
CONTRJCT
NASg-12].O0

CORP.

APRKL

TIME
B-70

SUB{)

GF

WORK

Q-1
Q-2
Q-3

6b
66
66

TOTAL

-3.0

LABOR

LABOR
HOUR S
-4q5
-2

40691,5

PHASED
EXPEND,
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

SHOP
SUPPORT
TEST/QC
ON-SITE

MANM(]N T H S

]-972

LABOR
RATE
• IB8

LABOR
DOLLARS
-93

2,500

1-16s

1184

-5
2120_B78

1003492

BURDEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

I09 1

57
27705523

÷
$

52
48910401

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPAREC
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASg-LZ[O0
TIME
8-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

O-I
Q-2
Q-3
O-_
Q-1
0-2
O-3

63
63
63
63
64
64
64

Q-I
65
Q-2
65
Q-3
65
(_-4 65
Q-I
66
TOTAL

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS
-51

160.0

26947

LABOR
RATE
3.

353

3.973

8.5

145 1

3.

B.5

16_(_

3.0
I. 5

747

LABOR
DOLLARS
-17

BUR CEN
DOLLARS
1

-20
2465

107071

LABOR
BURDEN

+
$

- 19 1
109536

543 7

3399

8836

3. 738

5617

3_I0

8827

548

3. 880

2126

219

3.881

85(_

3.813

61

16
181.5

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

PLANNING
TEST/tiC
ON-SITE

MANMONTHS

1972

30579

120791

1-163

7gl

2g17

316

l I06

23

86

10384

131175

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CDRP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASq-12100
TIME
8-70

SUBD

CF

WORK

58
58

Q-3
Q-4
G-I
Q-2

58
58
59
59

0-3
Q-4
_-I
Q-2
O-3
0-4

59
59
60
60
60
60

Q-1
O-2
O-3
Q-4
Q-I
0-2
0-3
0-4
O-I
0-2

61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63

Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
0-2
0-3
Q-4
q-I
Q-2
O-3
Q-4

63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUCY

TESTIQC
TESTIQC
ON-SITE

Q-I
Q-2

LABOR

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
OGLLARS

g.O

1609

3.515

5655

7812

3.006

23484

23484

46.0

BURCEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

20081

3.105

62342

62342

242.5

42040

2._7C

124851

124851

661.5

111179

3.217

357703

357703

228052

3.248

740621

74062

652.0

118187

3.14C

37114(;

37114q

194.5

33156

3.22g

107058

107058

116.5

19540

3.091

6038_

60389

43.5

7461

3.418

2550C

25500

58.0

9824

3.385

3325_

33259

52.5

8988

3.713

33372

33372

15.0

2661

3.504

9325

21.0

3692

3.794

14006

I0.0

1653

3. 806

1-164

6292

+
$

5655

114.0

1336.5

1972

932_
14006
6292

[

NORTHAMERICAN
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

R(]CKWELL

CORP.

APRI L

UNDER
NASg-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

OF

WORK

LABOR

LABOR
HOURS
66
66
66

TOTAL

3572.5

EXPEND,
STUDY

TESTIQC
TESTIQC
ON-SITE

Q-I
0-2
Q-3

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

LABOR
RATE

83

3,g52

12

3.667

616030

LABOR
DOLLARS

LABUR
BURDEN

+
$

328

-40

288

44

46

90

1975378

T-165

8URCEN
DCLLARS

6

197_31_4

lq72

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

RCCKWELL

CORP.

APR ! L

UNDER
NASg-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBO

CF

WORK

MANMONTHS
q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
q-I
Q-2
0-3
Q-4
q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-[
q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2

58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66
66

1972

PHASED
EXPEhD.
AIRCRAFT
STUCY

TEST/(_C

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DOLLARS

BURCEN
DOLLARS
36503

LABOR
BURDEN

*
$

ENCR
MATL

48.0

8028

4.437

35622

506.5

I00329

3.349

336019

351836

687855

123642

2q19.0

498114

3,,079

1533601

1742524

3276125

373922

2965.5

521868

3.013

1572544

1951802

3524346

283170

4420.5

766054

3. 121

2390724

2623679

5014403

1460422

1430340

3.228

4616444

5026650

q643094

I048687

2527774

3.166

800L787

8436355

16438142

2759769

1421558

3.304

4697184

5854C19

10551203

3153778

8513.5
14811.5
7840.0

72125

32

5842,,0

99698l

3. 378

3368083

3710255

7078338

1146094

3872.0

650484

3.658

2379421

2715527

5094948

1530962

1437.5

245237

3.879

951282

1151392

2102674

1478450

1464.0

246168

3.904

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2282314

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3.624

585562

769831

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334.5

58928

3.164

186427

267506

453933

434069

208.5

36286

3.625

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146.5

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946.5

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NASg-X2100
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8-70

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OF

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MANMONTHS
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3O

56370°5

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66
66
67
67
67

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110

31850413

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173

36243013

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CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TIME
B-70

SUBD

OF

WORK

SUBC
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Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-L
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
0-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
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Q-4
0-1
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58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66
66

1972

PHASEO
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32

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170368

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243820

123642

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583528

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573859

1392118

373g22

31600

610704

76663

687367

4369014

292473

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58795

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338115

77173

415288

7258266

162C50

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465189

11466552

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298026?

239396

296523

12891

309414

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3217592

268202

237221

58866

296C87

16333086

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1178494

91437

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74612

282171

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26054

1557016

122219

177914

359722

537636

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73413

1551863

148765

148254

169674

317928

4121230

38968

2705677

264036

118797

311123

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103488

615050

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66
66
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1972

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58
58
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59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
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62
62
62
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63
63
63
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64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66
66

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RC_CKWELL

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60
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61
61
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62

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62
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63
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63
63
64
64
64
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65
65
65

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I
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66
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2514

656C0q2_5

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27903210

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4.506

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756308

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373.5

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3.595

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112 3740

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218776

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3
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CORP°

UNDER
NASq-L2100
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B-70

4- SYSIEM
FLIGHT

_-I
3-3
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1972

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4
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LABOR
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7.5

1359

4, 574

6216

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1 2400

36.0

6104

4.2?0

26065

23802

49867

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6549

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59

34.5

60_5

4. 188

25231

21935

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61
61
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62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
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65
65
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27.0

4788

4.556

2L815

17784

39599

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4. 760

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12458

34.5

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28327

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311085

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1972

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UNDER
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8154171
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472756
1577071

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AMERICAN
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CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP,

APRIL

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NASg-12100
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B-7C

4- SYSTEM
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MFG
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1972

TOTAL
MATERIAL

MPC

WIND
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OTHER
COS T

T OT AL
O/C
$

5R
5_
58
5R
5q
5g
5_
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50
50

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12400
49867
50010
47166
39599
12458
47827

61
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62

62
62
63
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63
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64
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64
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3-2
65
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65
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65
66
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56

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73306

61gi

4R8

34

34

1959Z4

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3855

15

15

337234

S5915

5507

4 4862

4419

55071

5871

4378
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71

360317
337050

6C816

22125

56366

263C2

21 8433

65333

16742.7

107427

70 L0778

81566

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72039

290613

290413

8068418

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31 5577

65_50

476643

676643

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1-199

5 4366

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NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISIUN
PREPA_Frl
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ROCKWELL

CORP,

APRIL

UNOER.
NASg--I2LO0
PHAS EO
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4- SYSTE _
FLIGHT

EXPEND.
STUDY

4
TEST

MFO
MAIL

TO TA L

1972

TOTAL
_ATEI_IAL

39568

512324

1449"13

17719S44

MFC

31507
276509

l- 200

WI NO
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OTHfR
CQST

21_449
I202278

TOTAL
DIC
$

2 [ 3449
120 2278

SUB
TOTAL

NCJRTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

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APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
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59
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58
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1972

NORTHAMERICANROCKWELL
CORP.
SPACEDIVISIUN
OATA
NASA

PREPARED
CONTRACT

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
PHASED
AIRCRAFT

t,_SYSTE_
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4
TEST

G

8

2683A5
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1015951

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q[lq835
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1-202

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1972

_

|

1

SD72-SH-0003

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AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
PATA
PREPARED
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COrqlRACT

ROCK,wELL

APRIL

CORP.

UNDER
NAS9-12IO0
TI ME PHASED
B-70
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4- SYSTEM
GROUND

5
SUPPORT

MANMONTHS
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58
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60
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60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
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63
63
64
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64
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65
65
65
65
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1972

E(_UIPMENT

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43.5

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7440

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+
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4,360

32509

33840

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372.5

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4.466

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401149

5,426

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538397
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5838038

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CONTRACT

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5
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t AE_OR
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5.363

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114006
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CONTRACT

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CORP.

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F]TH kR
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G

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66_4g
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10523

1972

APRIL

A

TC]TAL
COST
66349

403738

403735

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I 6997

137_

5253

445

4629

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93_6

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160760

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37562

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1952389

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5950273

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SPACEDIVISION
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APRIL

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5
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1802571

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474L
235426

1-207

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C 0S T

79
60604

SUB
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G

&

A

L LO 50
424320

TOTAL
COST

377975
226C365o

|
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!

0

SD72-SH-O003

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SPACE
DIVISIUN
DATA
P_EPAREF)
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CONTRACT

ROCKWELl

CORP.

APRIL

1972

UNDER
NAS9-12100
PHASED
AIRCRAFT

4- SYSTEM
SPARES

EXPEND,
STUDY

6

MANMONTHS

LABqR
HOURS

LAt5GR
RAT_

21.0

3517

3.442

2 c_o45

3.381

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3.9z,

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BUI_DEN
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5 c:
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59

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60
60

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60
60

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204.0

34119

4.275

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3-4

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130.5

23755

3.,547

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462.0

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3.005

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1825.5

306484

3.045

933136

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63

1105.5

I_8784

3.077

580910

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725.5

121916

3.373

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544.5

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3.278

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3.557

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3.512

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66
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73454

3.591

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387518

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34.5

7561.0

5679

12481.51

4.45q

25643

100239

118019

2l 8258

78591

86395

164896

25322

22893

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5

13538

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$

12105

l

148427
8_639

4224915

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138345

28?272

119167

205806

372

295548

536650

253

1175192

5824284

2108328

7021.

1355375

2304

1971

10049199

1.02

1670

1.2960

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP.

UNDER
NAS9--12100
TI ME
B-70

4- SYSTEM
SPARES

59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
6?
67
62
63
63
63
63
64
_4
64
64
65
65
65
65
_6
66
66
a6

TOTAL

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

6

MFG
MATL
3-1
,_-2
Q-3
_-4
_-I
Q-2
Q-3
3-4
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Q-I
3-2
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3-2
g-3
3-4
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3-2
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3-2
O-3
:_-_

1972

TOTAL
MATERIAL

MPC

OTt4ER
COST

SUB
TOT AL

G

&

TOTAL
COST

A

25543

25643
218258

218258

23887L

7C_05
295892.

1597741

l 1",,0C04b

166710

3176

16O886

377

48592

92_

49518

3247

290519

5399

295918

31

1369

207578

3857

211435

55 7q

0426

6 L9460

372
70552

1814

23316
157604

1 o397

629057

25758

2453294

4 tL78

2494472

39228

3152252

52705

3204957

7L5023

7L 51 85

70440

30632

1788234

29899

1818133

422_70

42342?

45137

30335

1257527

26757

1286284

265679

265758

96082

36385

1011053

2 1513

1032566

2612

2629152

78643

32718

1227912

32761

1260673

54 _9479

97848

38157

1281129

34180

1315309

53790

1970388

59342

2029730

47975

Llt999

5 7584

1969583

548220

56

1045141

1045418

LL42459

IL42459

6357812

637C772

216819
70261

862366

1-210

348211

17630548

379674

180

10222

0

1-211
SD72-SH-O003

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP,

UNDE_
NASg-12100
T] ME
B-70

4- SYSTEM
SPFCIAL

7
TEST

MANMONTHS
;_-3
_-4,00
_-1
_-2
_-3
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"_-4
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C.)-I
3-2
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1972

PHASEC
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

EQHIPMENI

LABOR
HOURS

LABCR
RATE

LABCR
DOLLARS

+
$

1007

1.5

149

2.q53

61
61
61
61
62
62
52
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63
63
63
03
64
64
66
64
65
65
65
65
66
66
66

7.S

1344

3.501

4706

4801

28.5

5235

4.039

21142

20140

4 1282

30.0

4960

3.373

16731

17524

34255

70.5

1 1959

3.09_

_6997

44749

8 1746

40.5

7046

3.331

2_464

26225

49689

3.510

415948

4.94[

488q0

45712
291536

TOTAL

58.

118501
5

9894

567

LABOR
BURD EN

60

705.0

440

BURDEN
DULL ARS

371913

787861
94602
421285

38707

3.352

129749

lIP.5

2C399

3.762

76766

P.3004

159750

51.728

12570

14634

27204

263

34
1282.5

218669

3.704

129
787512

1-212

252
921057

1486
21

9507

220.5

1.5

TDOL/STE
MATL

5420
57699
3717
18632
436382
50461
942
16600
5467

381
170 8569

5q6617

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CORP.
SPACEDIVISION
DATA PREPAREOUNDER
_ASA CBNTRACTNASg-12IO0

APRIL

TI WE PliAS Et) EXPEND.
B-70
AIRCRAFT
STUDY
7
TtST

4- SYSTEM
SPECIAL

EQUIPMENT

MPC

SUB
TtqI_L

195

2688

51

2739

9530

L77

q7C7

2
458
4547
2_3
IF_,5
42984
b37_
3a3
4905
9-15

4 71651

C

&

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T OTAL
CCST

870

48036

96501

1620

98121

S5/56

1439

87195

"t CI 5o

l[13

71329

21lS_

1288415

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181055

4831

185886

33646

898

34544

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392

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2367101

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241[557

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1972

ID,

i-ww
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t_MFRICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
r)ATA
PR6PARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP.

UNDEP
NAS9-12IO0
TI ME
B-70

MANMONTHS
%_
s ,q
_
5_
59
_9
59
5q
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60
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50
5[

PHASED
EXPEND,
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8

4- SYSTEM
TtJilL[NG

]-1
_-2
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")-4
;_- 1
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J- 3
;)-4
:J- 1
Q-2

Ig 72

6('.

LAt_OR
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0

33. C

LABOR
KATE

IABCP
DCLLARS

bURDEN
DCLL ARS

qcJOQ

3.831

3 79o5

26497

5598

5.975

33668

1096

9 _354

59523

LABOR
BURDEN
64462
[

44409

121.5

2C_32

4.48[

471 .0

d2_12

3.701

306496

244211

550707

I5 1_77

2209._

3d2_54

3.430

1313292

1121764

2435076

2_47.9

47_274

3.371

1612353

135804z+

2970397

173 Z'_82

3.50'3

6086,R75

46B2369

10719244

280G91

3.322

9333609

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3.33u

3376q50

35683q7

6945356

lO16q.

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+
$

J- 2
9-4

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15496.5
5941.5

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1014120

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;_-3
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02
6P
63

2554.5

42 _'933

;3.302

1416218

1721145

3137563

1834.0

31 33q4

3.3_q

lObZtT[

11596_6

2221857

63
b3
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3206.q

5q,q_o_

3.654

1968571

786202

2754773

2257.0

38_09

3.900

1500621

156684b

3067467

751.5

132523

2.531

335449

379405

714854

135.0

23548

4.852

114246

110891

225137

(-4
64
65
65
65
65
66

43.5
1.5

751L
310

3.126,
.

23476
81

25

z-2z5

25735
42

4q211
67

EN GR
MAIL

WORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASg-121OO
PHAS EC
AIRCRAFT

4- SYSTEM
TOOL ING

1,5
48137.5

EXPEND.
STUDY

8

MANMON TH S

TaTAL

I972

LABOR
tlOURS

1fl0
1_36c310

LAB OR
RATE

BJRDEN
DOLLARS

4.733

59O

852
28616030

1-216

25600778

LABOR
BURD EN

+
$

1442
542 [ 6809

EN GR
MATL

_I3RTHAMERICANROCKWELL
CORP,
SPACEDIVISION
OAlA
!qASA

PREPARED
CONTRACT

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TI ME
B-70

4- SYSTE:_
TCDL ING

58
58
58
58
59
5-I
_-2
59
,D-3 50
59
_-4
,_-1 60
60
3-2
5C
_-3
"J-4
6O
D-I
61
6t
9-2
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61
_-4
61
62
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62
62
3-3
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62
6]
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53
Q-2
_-3
63
63
54
_-I
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G4
64
_-3
6&
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65
Q-I
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65
_-3
Q-4
65
66
_-I

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

8

TOOL/STE
MATt
,9-1
Q-2
J-3

1972

458
-438

TOTAL
_ATERIAL

- 20
89694

G

&

A

T_TAL
CO ST

64945

64945

-2-%

4394?

43947

-20
8 _o94

SUB
TOTAL

25

',58
-438

OTHER
CCST

MPC

-1
75q7

64 L I

15 1856

151856

554409

6 54409

3135624

597,,3

3195367

5785

3950880

75276

4026156

43741

14544988

270289

14815277

923306

159465

30173[49

560707

30733856

4801&44

378369

48035

12173404

204329

12377733

2253[)43

2253_]43

177538

-24940

5543204

9 3043

5636247

_72399

672399

65053

2960534

49500

3010034

406708

406708

3c2528

31.95__33

53424

3248657

395234

395234

42132

5702

3508535

74654

3583189

115946

II 5946

42182

3603

876585

}.8652

895237

83678

83678

25027

2110

335952

8963

344915

-65

- 6550

-I'[68

603(_02

603_02

861_21

8b1421

3487324

34_7374

2 94679

I 092 7409

4 t301644

10927409

379l

50

3791

79373

17573

[13277

625
"5776

704

786

4219
4644

1-217

7

1127

43324

139

4783

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

Cf)RP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASg-12[O0
TI I_E PHASED
B-70
AIRCRAFT

4- SYSTEM
TOOL ING

T_T^L

EXPEND.
SI"UDY

8

TOOLI_TE
MATL

TOTAL
MATERIAL

MPC

35524

3 5524

2l H5

24 130867

1972

2473

CL_7

OTHER
COST

"r-2L8

G

&

A

llT_
26[038

2l 90524

SUB
T OT AL

i471025

40330
62870262

(_morFzzx) mr_zo_
SD72-SH-O003

NORTHAMERICANROCKWELL
CORP.
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CUNTRACT

APRIL

UNDER
NASAL2100
TI ME
B-70

4- SYSTEM
OTHER

9
PROGRAM

MANMONTHS
9-1

58
58
9-3
58
3-4
58
3-I
59
5q
3-2
V9
_-4
59
"_-I 60
bO
_-2
9-3
60
60
3-4
61
5-I
61
3-2
'_)
- 9 61
3-4
61
62
9-I
3-2
62
6,2
3-3
Q-4
02
63
O-1
63
3-P
63
9-3
Q-4
53
64
Q-t
64
3-2
6_+
3-3
64
3-4
65
J-t
65
_-2
65
65
5-4
6)6
_-!

1q72

EXPEND.
STUDY

ELEMENTS

LABOR
HOURS

43.5

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

7215

LABOR
RATE

LA8CR
_CL LAF,S

BURDEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

4.341

31319

32923

64142

÷
$

E_G_
_ATL

288.0

_8384

4.274

200810

191708

398518

285.C

48574

4.4_9

215615

173Sbi

389476

238.5

41933

4.368

183148

154711

337859

252 • 0

43741

4.401

192506

163538

356044

2923

577.5

96772

3.824

370066

345254

715320

7710

102096

4.082

4[673|

957014

773745

2029

310.5

56190

4.320

245334

251446

496780

4494

354.0

6C267

&.839

291280

265818

557098

9957

430.0

73763

4.798

353902

325018

678920

18214

394.5

6 7385

4. 981

335649

354312

68 996[

8205

379.5

_J693

&.596

292427

318923

61 [350

23690

363.0

616S0

4.578

282390

321436

603826

5549

2IO.C

36652

5.158

I_9043

218003

407046

13898

lOW.5

I gC77

4.831

92159

108244

200403

[4626

48.0

8074

5.0 17

45352

65218

110570

14142

56.C

I[494

5,196

59719

871q4

146913

13797

597.

C

1-220

_ICIRTHAMERICANROCKWELLCORP,
SPACE
DATA
WASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

APRIL

UNDER
NASO-12100
TI ME
B-70

4- SYSTEM
OTHEk

g
PRI3GRAM

MA NMONTHS

93.0
TOTAL

5(348.5

1972

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

ELFMENTS

L ABfIR
H()URS

LABCR
RATE

15583

b.065

8631[P

LABCR
DCLLARS

78956
3882k.06

1-221

BURDEN
DOLLARS

115078
3849599

LABOR
BURDEN

+
$

19 40 34
7732005

9318
142558

NDRTHAMERICANROCKWELL
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

APRIL

CORP.

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TI ME
8-70

4-SYSTEM
OTHER

9
PROGRAM

MFG
MA TL
Q-I
3-2
3-3
_-I
3-2
3-3
_-4
_-I
3-2
Q-3
Q-4
3-1
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
_-4
0-I
3-2
0-3
D-4
Q-2
0-3
_-4
O-t
Q-2
Q-3
3-4
,9-I

1972

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

ELEMENTS

TOOL/STE
MATL

SUBC

IOTAL
MATERIAL

MPC

OTHER
COST

SUB
TOTAL
64142

58
58

398518
58
59
59
59
6O
6O
6O
6O
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
.(,3
63
63
63
%4
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66

389476
337859
585

3913

405

514

34117

394588

23519

42374

73603

9679

13226L

9 30863

222 CO

35_83

60212

5088

104455

943500

58C8

r2363

82665

6986

829995

14[6426

[933

56015

61.905

4877

406604

1.030484

1516

41C95

60825

4793

35 I127

1095665

8205
6871
2778
22

808

110607

809581

32115

3163

136461l

30866

39193

4178

346006

993203

8210

22130

8043

957876

1395095

1.4916

4463

19 [759

14142

2523

2658063

13797

2861

-148015

1548

290

1-222

201 i. 239

411.54[
2785298
15556

WORTH
SPACE
DATA
slASA

AMERICAN
DIVISIUN
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

tINDER
NAS9-1.2IO0
TI ME
B-70

4- SYSTEM
i)THER

9
PRt)GRAM

MFG
MATL

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

ELEMENTS

TDDL/SIE
MATL

SUBC

TOT AL
NATERI AL

9318
IOTAL

652

32

1972

4969

289149

1-223

:_9

MPC

OTHER
COST

573

l 15692

58549

7455158

SU_
Tq TAL

_ORTHAMERICANROCKWELL
CORP.
SPACEDIVISION
OATA PREPAREDUNDER
NASA CONTRACT
NAS°r-12100
TI ME
B-70

4- SYSTE M
DTHER

9
PROGRAM

G
3-1
3-2
0-3
3-4
3-I
3-2
3-3
.)-4
_-I

58
58
59
S8
59
59
$9
5Q
60

Q-3
_-4
9-1
L)-2
0-3
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3-1
9-2
Q-3
3-4
3-L
_-2
_}-3
_-4
_-L
_-2
_-3
3-4
3-I
3-2
_-3
3-4
3-1

60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66

E

A

APRIL

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

ELEMENTS

TOTAL
COST
64142
3c_8518
38(_470
33 785q

7516

40_104

17735

_4 _598

17533

961033

26323

1442740

172 98

1 04 ?782

18391

1114056

13537

823118

33630

2044869

21135

1014_38

2g68_

a

1424783

10979

422520

74311

285q699

469

16¢25

1-22k

EXPEND.
STUDY

1972

'WDRTH
AMERICAN
ROCKWELL
SPACE
D IVI SIC)N
DATA
PREPARED
UNDER
WASA CONTRACT
NASq-12100

TIME
B-70

4- SYSTEm
OTHER

G

g
PRUGRAM

ELEMENTS

_ A

TCTAL
CGSI

Q627
TUTAL

298172

APRIL

CORP,

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

32 $244
160_CB23

1-225

1_972

&llOI'hI-I_WI
JOI&IFTIV_SIII
• Lna_fE_
W_LBXS_Ig

A

j

,,m

i :i0o
ii!°

liOI&¥&W_BII
_IOI_VDIGJlI

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_liOI'IJ

I[
,-4

'I0_03

E
,-4

EOIB'II_O_d

o

_qOIH_A

, ,I

I

8

8

,

,

I

_
(SWOITIIM)

s_y'rI(xI

_IV

I

8

o
1-226

sD72-s_-ooo5

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPAREI]
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

1972

UNDER
NASg-12100

B-70

k-SYSTEM
AIR

APRIL

COST
BREAKD_WI_S
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

I
VEHICLE

5-SUBSYS
HCURS
DOLLARS
DES[ GN/ENGINEERING
LABCR
AT $
4.921
ENGR
BURDEN
AT $
P!_ODUCT ION
LABCR
AT $
SHGP
SUPPL, R T
LABCR
AT $
PLANN
ING
LABOR
AT
$
TEST/QC
L_BOR
AT $
MFG BURDEN
FNC,q MATER I AL
MFG
MATERIAL
SUBC ONTRAC
T
MPC
WIND
TUNNEL
OTHER
COST
SUB-TOTAL
GEN &
IOWA

ADMIN

TUTAL

COST

4.463

3.222
3.C36
5.417
3.531
AT $

3.918

1826579
8505232
7019655

5-SUBSYS

5-SUBSYS
@
Hr)URS
DOLLARS
83025_31
40769287
36746727

119047!39
3,_337731
508479
6386037
1488671
13183710
716232
24,4273<_
5411
19507,%5
17456
6:_171767
196643
r'_ 74073403
916_66

106624
2267739
23188681
303828

23492509

1-227

5-SUBSYS
02

OI
HCURS
DOLLARS
985802
4912662
4335751

I11236
3Z0730

8'931
27132
418,__ C9

r3
H_U.RS
OOLLARS
17610?4
8489644
7185436

4,42874,
1393646

27838
B79ii
171782_

11693669
272274,91
[03499447
8205547
276092G
122959_3

167696

815440

13552727
582839

11598442
608353

1978G5

338342?

3781,98412

24515351

6505097
21332575
406036084

39 I060

249064,11

3528011
563172

"35843291

<)

NORTHAMERICANROCKWELLCORP.
SPACEDIVISION
DATA PREPARED
UNDER
NASA CONTRACTNASg-12100

APRIL

1972

COST BREAKDOWNS
B-70 AIRCRAFTSTUDY
4-SYSTEM
AIR

1
VEHICLE

5-SUBSYS

5-SUBSYS
04

DESI GN/ENG
INEERI NG
LABOR
AT $
4o921
ENGR
BURDEN
AT $
PRODUCT
ION
LABOR
AT
SHOP
SUPPORT
LABOR
_T
PLANN ING
LABOR
AT
TESTICC
LABOR
AT
MFG
BURDEN

$

3.222

$

3,036

$

3°417

$

3.531
AT

$

4.463

HOURS
OOLLARS

HL_UR S
90LLARS

1950276
9832_80
9231077

630695
3110162
2700615

1130155
5567013
5118121

339739
1041422

151065
470196

573357
1712747

19595
63051
1354238

3.918

29005372
1369_96

SUB-TOT&L

53033324

ADMIN

TOTAL

COST

5-SUBSYS
06

HOURS
DOLLARS

ENGR
MATERIAL
MFG
MATERIAL
SUBC 0 NTRAC T
MPC
WIND
TUNNEL
OTHER
COST

GEN &
IOWA

5-SUBSYS
05

$05279

330209

921444
429186
54383954

1-228

10036
31264
62q614

G-I
HOUI_ S
DOLLARS
526124
2580264
2375291

51,]049
1610q46

34093
110134
2232702

21266
65983
1932S6_%

546220

1173454

966093

0301831
412883
124317_
3261 13

7425036
427124

1153331
146407

257964

69926

18772082
288326

19060408

24024295
41C733

24435028

10901110
200741
14557C,4
12557555

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

R_CKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

I972

UNDER
NASg-12100
COST
BREAKDOWNS
B-70
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

4-SYSIEM
AIR

I
VEHICLE

5-SUBSYS

5-SUBSYS
O8

DESI G_,/ENGINEERI
LABCR
AT $
ENGR
RURDEN
PRODUCT
ICN
LABCR
AT
SHOP
SUPPORT
LABOR
AT
PLANN
ING
LABOR
AT
TEST/QC
L A L_CR
AT
_FG
L_tJRDEN

NG
4.'_21
AT $

$

_.222

_

3,,036

$

3.417

$

3.531
AT $

4.463

HCURS
DOLLARS

HOURS
DOLLAR%

Igq30q
998488
874_75

21330H
99525c_
908594

301
1273
11602

3.qlg

8199
14352749
704276

3UB-TCTAL

16969303

ADMIN

TUTAL

COST

5-SUBSYS
I0

HOURS
OQLLARS

61

2g8913

17259?_ 16

1-229

11
HOURS
O_LLAKS
530886
2686991
?647685
13732_
449311
174639
591227

2650
gZSG

_NGR
MATERIAL
MFG
MATERIAL
SUBCL) NTRACT
MPC
WINr) TUNNF L
OTHER
COST

GEN
&
IOWA

5-SUBSYS
09

771
26 17
67_8 6(;

19251
6697 :'_
1435666

98457
15053 70
8553_

747683
3097830
13640B

9157
37153

16

5545.0,

3770766

104605
48942

3234233
58329

3292562

87790_
15809,_

8937176

NORTHAMERICAN
SPACE
DATA
NASA

RCCKWELL

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
COST
BREAKDCW
_S
B-70
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

_r-SYSIEM
AIR
VEHICLE

1

5-SUBSYS
12
HOURS
DCLLARS
DES[ GNIENG
INEERI NG
LASCR
AT
$
4.q21
ENGR
BURDEN
AT $
PRUDUCT
ION
LABOR
AT
SHOP
SUPP[J RT
LABCR
AT
PLANN ING
LABCR
AT
TEST/QC
LABGR
AT
MFG
BURDEN

_

3,222

$

3._]36

$

:_.417

$

3.531
AT $

4.463

316507
1837324L
1967049
_0415322
i_52451
81cq57?B

3.91_

459f_814
1663284_
14796_35
5_583_77
65703
7282051
Z36401
2210644_
280324
996850
963d21
3406551
587203
2685461
2135631
94BLLgL
2727798!
1081134_2

ENGR
MATERIAL
MFG
MATERIAL
SUBCONTRACT
MPC
WIND
TUNNEL
OTHER
COST

9848L32
131_030

ADMIN

TOTAL

COST

1793906%
37C75623
194492135
14208425
19187326

SUB-TGTAL
GEM
&
IDWA

TCTAL
HOURS
DOLLARS

55496

)37

I155919
4685745
61338601

1-23o

65bGO9245
II4CIIO(_
279032
I_
6953L3_61

19 72

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• "

0

/!

-_

I,-

x

l-

ow

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_

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(sloths)

_'r_

I-P31

SD72-SH-O003

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TI ME
B-TO

4- SYSI'EM
5- SUB SYSIEM

O-I
O-?
,)-4
Q-I
_-3
Q-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-1
0-2
0-3
3-4
Q-I
Q-2
0-3
Q-4
Q-I
9-2
Q-3
Q-4
O-[
Q-2
0-3
0-4
Q-[
Q-2
CQ-3
Q-4
Q-1

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

1
0

MANMONTHS

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

172.5

29031

4.478

710.5

119551

4.2

2482.0

423635

1626.0

60
60
60
60

58
5B
58
58
59
59
59
59

1972

LABOR
DOLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
8URD EN

+
$

EN GR
MATL

130006

129008

259014

511882

464963

976845

3.342

1415716

1491139

290 6855

21217b

286500

3.776

I081827

1120502

220 2329

40038

1408.5

24&031

4.074

994277

921451

[91 5728

31188

926.5

155642

4.784

74_600

559594

130 4194

61
61

1393.0

237954

_.595

811378

1904822

61
61
02
62
62
62

1007.5

182719

4. 742

86651O

815387

168 1897

6021

756.C

128982

4.746

612204

591336

120 3540

94482

477.5

8C082

4.804

384701

408438

579. C

98955

4. 963

491066

530825

102 189 l

28002

679901

1266931

56537

6,3
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
66

82

1093444

733.C

123029

4.771

58'7030

I126.5

192332

4. 598

884399

1121463

79 3139

200 5862

43.0

7584

6.272

47570

148.0

2 5621

5.535

141817

14.5

2476

5.676

13558

9020

22578

13.5

2345

4.585

10752

15459

26211

1-232

52255
163974

99825
305791

580
4033

2349
I7393

175904

153134
75480
14477
4120
-I

NORTHAMERICANROCKWELL
CORP°
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONIRACT

APRIL

UNDER
NASg-12100
PHASED
AIRCRAFT

4- SYSTEM
5- SUB SYSTEM

MA NMONTHS

LgT2

EXPEND,
STUDY

l
0

L ABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABCR
DOLLARS

BURDEN
DOLL ARS

LABOR
BU R D EN

EN GR
MATL

951
TOTAL

I:_617.5

234C469

I001 1359

1-233

L

98_.6093

19897452

916866

NDRTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APR [L

UNDER
NAsg-12[O0
TI ME
B-70

6- S YSTEM
5- SUBSYSTEM

58
58

Q-3
{}-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
0-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-1
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
Q-I
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Q-3
9-4
Q-1
Q-2
Q-3
Q-4
O-I

EXPEND.
SIUDY

[
0

MPC
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
Q-¢
Q-!

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

0 THER
COST

31

SUB
TOTAL

G

& A

TOT AL
COS T

25O625

259625

(:;81099

981099

58
58

221

50
59

17966

39369

31 76368

3176368

59
59

3389

96374

2362130

2342130

60
60

4203

124088

2075207

39539

2116766

60
60

308

19C853

1497704

28536

1526260

335660

2259323

61985

2301308

202'_28

1_91353

35L67

1926500

382729

1688192

28336

1716528

61
61
61
61
62
62

1668
507
7661

62
62
63
63

13853

313290

1290186

21756

1317962

2758

185384

1238035

20700

1258735

63
63

5570

1209837

20229

1230066

2330013

69578

2379591

-Iiq201

66
b4

16322

154695

66
64

27463

153568

356336

7582

363918

05
65

4330

145615

470213

7209

477422

65
65
66

735
1

5E246

85679

2286

87965

4161

30372

915

31287

r-234

1972

_DRTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASq-[2IO0
TI ME
B-70

4-SYSTEM
5- SUB SYSTEM

EXPEND.
STUDY

t
0

MPC

l_J
TH E P,
COST

106624

S UB
TOTAL

G

&

2267

?39

2318_681

A

3O

I009

b8
TOTAL

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

303828

TUT AL
COS T

103q
23492509

1972

(_oiT_)

_o_

1-236
SD72-SH-O003

NORTHAMERICANROCKWELLCORP.
SPACEOIVISION
DATA PREPAREDUNDER
_IASACONTRACTNASq-12IO0

APRIL

1972

T] ME PHASEDEXPEND,
B-70 AIRCRAFTSTUDY
4-SYSTEM
5- SUBSYSTEM
AIRFRAME

I
01
STRUCTURES

SUF;SY STE M

MANMON THS

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RA TE

337.0

56836

BURDEN
DOLLARS

4,549

257642

248744

332138

q.402

1462076

1209014

267 1090

79363

2810.5

47gd43

4.270

2048848

1551497

3600345

41984

5q
59

5773.0

1015872

3.886

3947471

3444770

7392241

211323

60
60

7275.5

1261100

4.041

5095626

4343517

9439143

1273622

3.75l

742 5705

6722864

14148569

451281

12936317

11791734

24728051

2128782
2265467

58
58
58
58
59
5q

1979

. 5

LABOR
BURD EN

+
$

EN GR
MATL

1ABCR
OCLLARS

506386

1303

bO
60
61

11785.0

197_889

2C917,C

35o c.787

61
61
62
62
62
62

19627.0

355_162

3.516

12513B42

13989888

2650

19086.5

325?208

3.4_I

11207662

12396070

236C 3732

356931

14766.C

248C613

3.698

0174404

10505554

1967q958

582184

53
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65

12838.0

2191265

3.922

8593979

18319273

980165

14471.0

2430993

3.4oI

8414289

10617834

i9032123

2410084

168C7.C

2868154

3.883

14967877

26 I0 4036

6394.5

1125747

4.0_,5

4576150

5871821

6,025

2276582

2836878

530681

588384

3264.

C

565655

51 6. C

8_787

"3.624

6. I 15

11136159

T-237

972 5294

37 30

10447971

L12614
76866

511 3460

483180

1119065

179805

r

WORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONIRACT

ROCKWELL

MANMONTHS
Q-I
0-2
Q-3
_-4
Q-I
0-2
Q-3

66
,,6
66
66
67
67
67

TOTAL

-[.5

158644.0

L9?2

UNDER
NAS9-12[O0
TI ME
B-70

_-SYSTEM
5- SUB SYSTEM
AIRFRAME

APRIL

CORP,,,

I
OI
STRUCTURES

PHASED
EXPEND,
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

SUSSYSTEM

LABOR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABCR
DOLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BURDEN

+
$

EN GR
MATL

107

83,673

8953

9464

18417

3_4Y3

-332

3.497

-II61

-I074

-2235

26242

2 726C624

101605225

]-238

II0820i30

212425355

l169366g

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PRFPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
PHASED
AIRCRAFT

4- SYSTEM
5- SUBSYSTEM
AIRFRAME

I
01
STRUCTURES

MFG
_A TL
Q-I
Q-2
7_-3
Q-4
0-I
Q-2
3-3
C/-4
Q-I
J-2
Q-3
,9-4
,9-I
0-2

68
5_
_0
58
59
59
59
S9
60
60
oO
60
61

,51
0-4
Q-I
h2
9-2
62
;)-3 62
62
3-[
63
0-2
83
CO-3 6"3
0-4
03
64
64
2-2
_Q-3 04
_j-_ 64
0-I
65
65
_-2
65
_-3
05
Q-4

1972

EXPEND,
STUDY

S UB SY S TE M

SUBC

TOTAL
MATEkl
AL

71

1303
79363
24._ 2862

MPC

4340

WINDTUNNEL

OTHER
COS[

T[I T AL
O/C
$

153331

6924

160255

472658

10 3301

575959

433600

369551

803151

252484h

69350

18548944

I 8760267

524984

494129

770276

1264405

400

105_35275

118C9297

792629

155533

878175

103_708

15609

('72e157

7193047

46 0489

237825

1347120

1584943

8623315

1175399o

511441

163088

1709808

1872890

1110881

137586

1106353

1243939

IC01899
4392657

I914996_

25 P080c)2

37_9452

151o4432

Lq270815

805386

143216

148 4430

1627646

10612

14661082

656618

147669

1602566

1750235

117121

1102170

1219291

-199710

-110612

34661

76

222

433305_

4311210

9624433

706537

43412C6

3585784

IC337074

780443

441937C

344CC25

797250

1236831
98501
171772

25CC99
58654

89098

95 5604

719909

7 19909

1501796

558856

646400

646400

650395

196422

454097

454097

18 1638

181638

°

62728

351577

1-239

_ORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APR IL

CORP.

UNDER
NASg-12100
TI ME
B-70

4- SYS TEM
5- SUBSY STEM
AIRFRAME

I
Ol
STRUCTURES

MFG
MA TL
3-1
_-2
Q-3
_-4
Q-1
_-2
_)-3

SUBC

66
66
66
66
67
67
67

T_]TAL

272274_;

1972

1. I0 3499441

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

SUB SY STE M

TOTAL
MATERI
AL

MPC

WIND
TUNNEL

34473

7150

11740

26242

IOL2

4328

[42420607

1-240

u205547

27bog20

OTHER
COST

TOTAL
O/C
$

12975

24715
4329

12295983

15056903

'_ORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
,WASA CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APR IL

CORP.

UNDER
NAS9-12100
T[ ME
B-70

4-SYSTEM
5- SUB SY STEM
AIRFRAME

I
Ol
STRUCTURES

SUB
TOTAL

}-2
_-3
_-4
Q-I
0-2
Q-4
Q-I
_-2
.}-3
_-4
Q-L
Q-2
Q-3
2-4
Q-I
Q-2
_-3
Q-4
Q-I
Q-2
_-3
_-4
Q-I
Q-7
D-3
3-4
Q-I
_-2
Q-3
Q-4

58
58
5_
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
bl
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
53
63
64
54
64
64
55
(5
65
65

G

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

SUB SYSTE

8 A

M

TUTAL
COST

IOWA

668015

668015

3330752

3330752

6997692
279418O7

2321_

7020906

8848

27950745
2_462766

23074777

3 14_54

13335

23387048

50C464

"41128

38866390

784744

2590967

42242101

54666642

IC76719

4214571

5995

2392

8640

7932

45307579

7g8010

2924005

4902 9594

36747893

6?8689

2610066

39986048

29869534

544386

2496459

32910379

30030028

53_261

2489662

_3067951

35752058

801243

2536545"

39089846

13215023

310503

1380891

149064[7

h414374
17150C8

}.84383
48587

I197

6599954

1687

1765282

1-241

1972

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
_IASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACI

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASC]F-12100
II ME
8-70

4- SYSTEM
5- SUBSYSTEM
AIRFRAME

1
Ol
SIRUC

S UB
TOTAL
_-1
Q-2
Q-3
0-4
_-I
0-2
Q-3

66
66
66
66
67
67
67

TOTAL

84755
29q47

378tO84L2

1972

IURE S

G

_ A

PHASED
AIRCRAFI

SUBSYSTE

IDWA

IOIAL
COST
87307

2552
<)02

6595Cq7

EXPEND.
STUDY

30849

21332575

1-242

4 C6036084

._...J

a
w
z

o
I
.<
0
0
J

I

(_oz'n_)_v'nc_

1-243
SD72-SH-O003

_ORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL
UNDER
NASg-

CORP.

APRIL

12100
IT ME
B-70

4-SYSTEM
I
S-SUBSYSTEM
02
ENVIRONMENTAL

1972

COhTROL

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

SUBSYSTEM

J

MA NMONTHS
Q-I
Q-2
Q-3
O-I
_-2
9-3
Q-4
Q-I
_-2
Q-3
Q-4
O-[
O-2
Q-3
J-4
0-I
Q-2
0-3
_-4
Q-I
_-2
Q-3
Q-4
0-1
Q-2
_-3
3-4
0-2
Q-3
Q-4

58
58
58
58
59
Sg
59
59
60
60
60
bO
61
61
6 1
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
O4
64
64
h5
65
65
h5

L ABEIR
HOURS

LAB CR
RATE

LABCR
DI]LLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
BU R 0 EN

+
$

ENGR
MATL

39.0

6674

4.607

30745

30350

262.5

44173

4.419

195218

173722

368940

415.C

IC883

4.261

302024

2_5269

54 7293

9315

730.5

128753

4.177

537859

461180

999039

2464

502.5

87101

4.701

409434

328L83

737617

522.0

87653

4.671

409433

325423

734856

1211

1348.5

23C256

3.852

886946

749223

1636169

78532

423.0

76752

5.394

413998

396477

810475

11483

397.5

67990

5.602

380913

309468

690381

4877

436.5

73'_12

5.378

394784

371888

766672

6394

384.0

65502

5.6L7

36 7909

355399

723308

364

425.0

713LL

5.179

369296

413550

782852

2569

363

6210L

5.620

349001

382355

731356

9380

142.5

2 5013

6.057

151516

156302

30 78 18

36.C

E20I

7.306

45307

40772

86079

I2.0

2020

7.261

14667

13245

27912

.G

I-2[#4

6 1095
189

- 46

40460
498

APRIL

'_ORIH AMERICANROCKWELL
CORP.
SPACEDIVISION
DATA
NASA

PREPARED
CONTRACT

UNDER
NASC>'-IZIOO
IT ME
B-70

4-SYSTEM
t
S- SUBSYSTEM
02
ENVIRONMENTAL

MANMONTHS

1972

CONTROL

L ABOR
HOURS

1,5

_74

644 1.0

I IO 5969

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

SUBSYSTEM

LABOR
RATE

LABCR
DOLLARS
1274

7.322

5260324

T-245

BURDEN
DOLLARS
1148
4753960

LABOR
BURDEN

+
$

ENGR
MATL

2422
10014284

167696

_JORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
_qASA CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP,

APRIL

tiNDER
NASg-L2100
TI ME
B-70

4-SYSTEM
5- SUB SYSTEM
ENVI RONMEN

SUBC
_-1
Q-2
:_-3
3-4
_-I
_-2
Q-4
0-1
_,)-2
0-3
,Q-4
CO-1
_-2
_-4
',}-1
Q-2
;)-4
C_-2
0-5
;)-4
;_-1
;)-2
0-3
3-4
0-1
0-2
,_- 3
0-4

58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
r_O
60
51
61

1
02
TAL

CONI'ROL

TOTAL
MATERIAL

PHASFD
AIRCRAFT

33536

11752C6

1177670

16q3830

1693784

L350953

EXPEND.
STUDY

SUBSYSTEM

OTHER
COST

MPC

189
24221

1972

LO
1431
32320

SUB
TOTAL

G

&

A

TOTAL
COST

61095

61095

1729

370868

370868

4132

586392

586392

24125

2233154

2233154

1 00488

1 5084

2546073

48528

2595501

1352170

_G3L5

1_184

2180525

41545

2222070

30C764C

308_172

92807

16360

4831508

89784

4921292

2313336

2324619

67248

17179

]219721

59831

3279552

1315705

1320582

421_8

17752

2070913

34760

2105673

13157C6

1322100

42281

18233

2149286

36075

2185361

507497

507861

Z[593

26709

1279471

21393

1300864

290117

2g2686

9576

18726

II03840

18456

I122296

558516

567896

77704

14239

1391195

29601

1420796

4C460

14719

8325

371322

7901

379229

1420

88146

2352

90498

568

28480

760

29240

61
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65

_98

149

1-246

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

UNDER
NASg--I2100
TI ME
B-70

4-SYSTEM
l
5-SUBSYSTEM
02
ENVIRONMENTAL

SIIBC

CONTROL

TCTAL
MATERIAL

PHASED
EXPEND,
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

SUBSYSTEM

MPC

OTHER
COST
40

I3552727

1972

APRIL

1 3/20423

582839

197_05

Z-247

SUB
TOTAL
2462
2451535[

G

A

TOTAL
COST

74

2536

E

39 1060

24906411

all

P

0

II
M
W

|

I,
H

m

!
ill

|

Iit

!
I

!

1
,-4

1-248

(moI_)

0

_o_,
SD72-SH-O003

NDRTH
SPACE
DATA
WASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP,

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TI ME
B-70

4- SYSTEM
5- SUBSY SIEM
PROPULSION

1972

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

I
03
SUBSYSTEM

M_N'_ON TH S

L A_(]R
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABOR
DCLLARS

BURDEN
DOLL AkS

LABOR
BURDEN

EN OR
MATL

_-1
2-2
_-3

5R
59
58

130.5

21984

4.135

90903

93025

512.5

86098

4.058

349399

331937

68 1336

_-1
_-2
Q-3
_-4
_-L
_-2
9-3
_-4
_}-L
J-2
_-3
_-4
Q-I
_-2
_-3
0-4
Q-I
0-2
Q-3
_-4
0-I
_-2
r,_-3
_-4
_-I
3-2
Q-3
0-4

59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
ol
_1
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
(,4
64
64
64
65
65
65
65

679.0

II

4.064

4?0290

399248

869538

56808

968.5

17C459

4.061

692192

613550

1305742

3485

886.C

153783

4.379

673434

549087

L22 2521

7588

1109.5

201213

4.233

851780

702363

1554143

1732.5

295957

4.195

1241582

982830

2224412

103154

1180.5

214102

4.253

910573

870467

178 L040

105298

1548.C

264318

3.936

1040331

988914

2029245

1154.5

193926

4.433

859737

794445

1654182

1061.5

180912

4.834

874471

851616

1726087

66819

1030.0

172979

5.488

949311

635808

1585119

28415

445.0

760[1

5.936

451181

475185

926366

47125

361.0

63449

5.q95

380368

495729

876097

88.0

15179

6.572

99?52

90694

190446

31.0

5[32

6.501

33363

26319

59682

5733

1-249

183928

÷
$

263
4451

56067

90877
112780

114109
16402
1637

NORTHAMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CO_P.

A PR IL

UNDER
NASg-12IO0
TI ME
B-70

4-SYSTEM
5- SUBSYSTEM
PROPULSION

O-I
0-2
0-3

TOTAL

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

I
03
SUBSYSTEM

MANMON THS

LABOR
H OURS

LABCR
RATE

LABER
DGLLARS

BURDEN
OOt L ARS

3.0

48R

5.09b

2487

1987

66
66
66

13
13011.0

1972

3.615

41

2231736

qgT120L

1-250

LABOR
BURDEN

4474

EN GR
_IATL
LOB

93

46
89C3250

+
$

18874451

8 1544_

NORTHAMERICAN
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP.

UNDER
NAS9-[2100
PHASED
AIRCRAFT

TI ME
8-70

6- SYSTEM
5- SUB SYSTEM
PROPULSION

MFG
MATt
rj-i
Q-2
_J-3
O-I
3-2
:J-3
3-4
_-1
0-2
Q-3
Q-I
3-2
_-3
O-q
q-i
_d-2
Q-3
0-4
_J-[
Q-2
C_-$
,'J-I
_-2
3-3
3-4
Q-l
9-2
Q-3
;)-4

58
58
_;8
58
59
5g
59
59
60
hO
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
54
_4
64
65
65
55
65

1g72

EXPEND.
STUDY

I
03
SU8 SYSTEM

SUSC

TOTAL
MATERIAL

MPC

263

14

4451

264

276031

332899

12133

276032

270517

7836

g41736

949322

568h8

OTHFR
COST

SUB
T OT AL

G&

A

184205
97635
3268

15

362862
II06062
237>'6

78 3466
1539385
19 5 5957
3336773

63538

5126760

97680

3290232

3346209

202592

1368404

1671558

47916

268897

6C 1 2783

74570

1376768

14820b0

48335

496262

380

5703

70721

I497549

1588626

54778

368723

6021172

6?696

131C99(_

1483776

52q12

1"/3535

336

56463

1046121

48165

317624

3137997

52666

i47 7902

26711

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l
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66
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CONTRACT

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CORP.

UNDER
NASg--12[O0
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58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
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62
62
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62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
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65
65
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NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWFLL

CORP.

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NAS9-L2LO0
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B-70

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I
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Q-3
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Q-I
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58
58
58
58
59
59
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59
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61
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61
61
62
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62
63
63
63
63
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64
64
64
65
55
65
65

30.0

1972

APRIL

1
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PHASE{3
AIRCRAFT

EXPEKD.
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SUBSYSTEM

LABOR
HOURS
5L_79

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RATE
5, 168

LABCR
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BURDEN
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LABOR
BURDEN

26246

23108

49354

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249.0

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344902

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324034

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568836

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156 1086

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4,369

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$2089

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4,524

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SPACE
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1
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L AB OR
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LABOR
RATE

LABCR
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BURDEN
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796

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CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP.

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PHASEO
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58
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58
58
59
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59
59
59
60
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60
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60
61
61
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64
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9-3
64
64
3-4
65
0-I
65
g-2
65
Q-3
65
3-4

1972

I
04
POWER

SUB SYSIE

TOTAL
MATERIAL

EXPEND.
STUDY

M

M PC

OTHER
COSI

I0

179

SUB
T (ITAL

G

&

|46619

2582

933

_95016

119071

14(]387

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94

748096

238142

255862

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1363910

3881141

3097996

232483

8570

5497174

2545564

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1 6O561

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4348537

4430743

4522832

134717

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6647712

2058135

2162602

67794

7917

40 9843

3400708

3523416

II7750

26852

6165406

10 3486

3424537

3535963

117518

71482

6043949

10 1447

5303653

532_372

227647

54282

7734759

129325

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2164784

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69807

4482580

74947

1390528

1431846

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16633

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1178431

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49543

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8 2969
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3847

6655
199305
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SPACE
DATA
_ASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL
UNDER
NASg-I2100

TI _E
B-70

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66

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I
04
POWER

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SLBSYSTE_

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708

29005312

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29810651

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OTHER
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146

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330209

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TOTAL

G

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53033324

_
334

A

92

1444

1972

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AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP,

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TIME
B-70

4- SYSTEM
5- SUB SYSTEM
SECONDARY

APRIL

I
04
POWER

PHASED
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TO TAL
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0-2
3-3
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58
58
58
58
59
59
59
59
60
60
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60
61
61
61
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62
62
62
62
63
03
63
63,
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65

49543
495016
7480S6
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6074255
4401966
6268892
6145396
7864084
4557527
3713637
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398614
148026

1-260

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1972

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CORP.
SPACEDIVISION
DATA
'4ASA

PREPARED
CONTRACT

UNDFR
NAS9-12100
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B-70

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I
04
PO WIER

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TO TA L
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1972

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APRIL

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NASg-/2100
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I
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58
58
58
58
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59
60
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60
60
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61
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61
62
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62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
6S

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M

MANMONTHS

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[[CURS

LABCR
RATE

LABCR
DOLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

45.0

7716

4.399

33942

35107

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69049

33021

4.184

[381 12

12932

253.5

43 194

4. 177

180418

1477d0

328198

204.0

35902

4. 142

14870l

128917

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477.0

82696

4.4t_6

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506.5

85199

4.468

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303934

684574

13102

520.5

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4. 572

405861

295175

70 1036

52777

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4. 532

31 8404

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275547

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558335

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298.5

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4.391

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5.555

127222

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ROCKWELL

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APRIL

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NASg-12100
TI t_E PHASEO
B-70
AIRCRAFT

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MANMONTHS

1
05
I'ION

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SUB SYS IE M

LABOR
HOURS
lq

4624.5

1972

LABGE
DGLLARS
3.421

7q 1796

65
3611622

1-264

BURDEN
DCLLARS
367
3330220

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RURD EN

+
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432
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546226

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DATA PREPARED
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NASA

CONTRACT

4- SYSIEM
I
5- SUB SYSTEM
05
AIR
INDUCTION

Q-I
Q-2
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9-2
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Q-3
Q-4
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58
58
58
58
59
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60
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60
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61
61
61
62
62
52
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
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EXPEND.
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SUBSYSTEM

MATE

TOTAL
RIAL

MPC

OTHER
COST

WIND
TUNNEL
I 7037

791 78
1126915

1972

NAsg-12100
Tl _E
8-70

SUBC

APRIL

79606
112(-_15

T OT AL
O/C
$

SUB
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L 7037

86086

110870

110870

378363

177 tO4

l 7 7104

587042

307gi

20182_

20 18 28

1637152

21.34

821044

821233

48734

182582

182582

1725528

287575

300677

18784

165266

16 5266

1169301

32304

133435

133435

1901463

LO 4209

1734444

98IOl1

1034688

8753G5

$78304

33788

99635

4574

1730799

1894889

67937

64343

39674

LO 40 17

3004567

17308C0

1803463

60682

30245

92708

122953

2686290

1063630

1135669

52260

31133

39551

1785815

283684

30§933

11701

29699

32099C

343386

46470

22310

[_I16

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180649

1016522

210348

1

24

25

658375

-I

23

22

273706

I

30

31

97248

12

12

29822

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SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
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CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

4- SYSTEM
I
S-SUBSYSTEM
05
AIR
INDUCTION

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

SUBSYSTEM

TOTAl_
MATERIAL
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930183l

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NASg--121OO
TI ME
B-70

SUBC

APRIL

CORP,

984805?

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WIND
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I

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412883

1-266

TOTAL
OIC.

OTHER
COST

L243178

32bi13

SUB
TUTAL
l

1509291

358
18772082

_IORTH AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP.

UNDER
NASq-].2].O0
PHASED
AIRCRAFT

4-SYSTEM
I
5- SUBSYSTEM
05
AIR
INDUCTION

G
58
5R
58
58
50
59
Q-2
59
J-3
Q-4
5g
60
Q-2
60
60
60
6l
Q-t
Q-2_ 61
61
Q-3
g-4
61
3-]. 62
3-2
62
52
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62
Q-4
63
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63
Q-2
63
Q-4
63
64
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64
3-2
64
0-3
0-4
64
65
3-I
65
Q-2
65
Q-3
65
J-4

&

SUBSYSTEM

TOTAL
COST

A

86086

Q-i
0-2
Q-3
Q-4

378365
587042
1 63 7152
32877

1758405

22279

1191580

35335

1936798

32231

I 760e75

50432

3054999

45088

2731378

29858

tSl

16991

1033513

14010

5673

672_385

5824

279530

2595

99843

7_5

3C617

1-267

EXPEND,
STUDY

1972

NORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASCy-I21OO
TIPE
B-70

4- SYSTEM
1
5- SUBSYSTEM
OS
AIR
INDUCTION

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

SUBSYSTEM

TCTAL
COST

G_A
II
288326

369
[ _f_6 (2408

1-268

EXPEND,
STUDY

[972

!

m

L

o

1-269

(a_o_)

_v'r_o_

SD72-SH-O003

NORTH
SPACE
DATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
T[ ME
B-7O

4- SYSTEM
I
5- SUB SYSTEM
06
FLIGHT
CONTROL

MANMONTHS
Q-I
58
58
Q-2
Q-3
58
_8
0-4
Q-l
59
59
_-2
0-3
59
_-4
59
O-I
60
Q-2
60
0-3
60
Q-4
60
Q-I
61
0-2
61
3-3
6L
0-4
61
Q-I
62
3-2
62
0-3
62
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Q-I
63
0-2
63
0-3
63
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64
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64
Q-3
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Q-[
66
3-2
65
Q-3
05
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40.5

1972

PHASED
AIRCRAFI

EXPEND,
STUDY

SIJBSYSTEM

LABOR
HOURS
_891

LABOR
RATE
4.800

LABCR
DCLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLARS

3 3076

31352

LABOR
BURDEN

+
$

EN GR
MATL

6 4428

199.0

33513

4.461

149485

131925

281410

234.0

40016

4.508

180378

137559

317937

1138

11846I

3.940

466791

428382

895093

16426

1050.0

182252

3.897

710249

6_6243

1396492

21870

1126.5

185204

3.971

75L354

672054

1423408

217747

L649.5

281714

3.830

1079025

941779

2020804

70878

1267.5

22 gg08

3.844

883713

953187

1836900

397370

1028.0

175540

4.351

763726

733366

1497092

76206

967.5

162631

4.200

682995

739003

142 1998

128842

673.0

196

487.5

83393

5.624

469039

488292

957331

149916

515,5

86500

4.975

430371

502154

932525

18233

376.5

64366

5.158

331992

383792

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4-2
60
0-3
60
60
3-4
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61
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O-I
62
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62
62
3-4
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63
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0-3
63
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0-4
0-1
h4
b4
)-2
"0-3 O4
(-,4
_-4
_J-I 65
_5
_-2
3-3
65
65

L972

APRIL

C[]NTRCL

TOTAL
MA TE RI AL

PIIASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

SUBSYSIEP

MPC

{JTHER
COST

3-I
3-2

264
0]_

SUB
TOTAL

G

_

A

23531

16

TCJT AL
COST
23531

137505

137505

24354

25977

782

202988

202983

24354

25446

76b

273614

2736t4

7] I05-3

71 IZSI

42210

2q38

931789

17755

3065 48

.]L C086

18651

1222

469858

8953

418811

357964

39523h

13404

28R, 5

651765

12112

663817

1007

210559

5027

275586

162030

2119

164749

269

167825

2811

t 70642

422

145884

2_39

148323

81CC_2

.

8£(;05

_067

2234

llO

243
26193

S9

19
2580

9 4q 544

350g

346

36

102396

1712

104108

450b

4d7

[9

103413

286

103699

6450

2347

17

t 548

553

2

139

132

1

1-289

54328
12737
5611

1156

55484

340

13077

150

5761

NORTHAMERICAN
SPACE
DATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP,,

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TI ME
B-70

4-SYSTEM
5- SUB SYSTEM
MISSION

l
09
aND
TRAFFIC

SUBC

CONTROL

TGTAL
MATERIAL
52

t50537C

1972

1603827

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

SUbSYSTeM

MPC

OTHER
COST

II

SUB
TOTAL
-512

85538

9L57

m-'#9o

371531_

G

C
-16

55450

A

TOTAL
COST
-528
3770766

Q

|

--U=

!

o._
-I

>
<

.I
u.
0
I,,,_

I

_

x

I,-

o?<_0

0 _

r" UJv_

--_-JZ

I,- Z

z'_
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!
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On,

!"
!

6
i
<

L

i

i-291

I

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(S_OITIIM)

_ _rFIO_

i

,_

SD72-SH-O003

_IORTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPARED
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASe-X2100
TIMF
b-70

4- SYSTEM
I
5- SUB SYSTEM
lO
FLIGHT
|NDICATION

MANMON TH S
O-I
0-2

59
b9

;,)-4
_-I
0-2
,_-3
_-4
9-I
J-2
0-3
_-4
0-1
0-2
0-3
Q-_
0-I
0-2
Q-3
0-4
_-I
_-2
0-3

59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62_
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
64

1972

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

SUBSYSTEM

LABOR
H OURS

LABGR
RATE

LABCR
DCLLARS

BURDEN
DOLLAPS

LABOR
BURDEN

+
$

SUt_C
311813
311813
84385_
744582
020333
265431

TOTAL

30q7830

1-292

C

_L)RTH
AMERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
DATA
PREPAREO
NASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASg-12100
PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

4-SYSTEM
]
5- SUB SYSTEM
10
FL IGHT
INDICATION

MPC
Q-[
_-2
_-3
Q-4
0-1
Q-2
Q-3
_J-4
Q- l
Q-2
_-4
_-1
Q-2
Q-3
_-4
Q-I
3-2
_-3
Q-4
0-1
L}-2
_-3

SUBSYSTEm

SUB
TOTAL

G &

A

T (],T AL
COST

59
qq

8267

32 C080

320080

59
59
60
¢,0
bO
60
41
61
61
6[
62
62
62
62
63
63
_3
63
_4
64
64

85 lq

3201;32

320332

TOTAL

50065

893923

2[686

915609

/-,14177

788759

19712

80847[

17772

638105

[1.857

649962

76C3

136403

273C3_

32_4233

_074

58329

278108

3292562

1-29-%

[972

!
|

|

i

J

i
0

_-_9_

(s,,0_)

m_'v'n_
s97_-sH-ooo3

NORTH
SPACE
IJATA
NASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACI

ROCKWELL

APRIL

CORP.

UNDER
NAS9-12100
TI ME
8-70

4- SYSTEM
I
S- SUBSYSIEM
11
TEST
INS TI_UMENTA

MA NM()NTH S
2-I
0-2

J-I
"_-2
Q-3
2-4
(Q-I
q-?
3-3
_-4
Q-2
Q-3
;)-4
Q-I
")-2
Q-3
_-4
_-i
Q-2
Q-3
9-4
0-I
2-2
0-3
_-4
"3-2
0-3
D-4

5,_
58
5_
58
59
5+
59
5g
60
60
60
gO
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
63
63
63
63
64
64
04
64
65
65
6,5

1972

IT ON

PHAS EU
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND,
STUDY

SUBSYSTEM

BUR DEN
DOLLARS

LABOR
8URO EN

+
$

L AL_OR
HOURS

LABOR
RATE

LABCR
DGLLARS

L5.0

253,3

4.573

I L597

11539

2 i_136

58.5

99"36

4.289

42616

38702

8 131B

cN GR
MATL

56.0

I 1299

4.2 37

47870

38638

8650_

106.5

18638

4.266

79515

68101

147616

96. C

I _520

5.3 06

87(,55

71524

159179

73.5

12321

5.246

64632

51196

11 5828

229.5

3 c,C_O

4.545

177022

130279

307901

2183

289.5

52609

4.756

250193

227760

477953

20011

615_5

105C67

4.300

451789

445578

8_7_67

82401

793.5

1332_T

4.291

571893

_22736

1194629

810.0

|38C16

4.541

626715

674455

130

649.5

I0_071

4.284

467256

638Y42

1105998

651®0

111288

3.789

421621

475575

89 T 196

76773

I98,0

350_0

5.923

207494

242620

450114

70007

26_.0

46155

4.2_3

195360

24[992

43 1358

70263

IIB.5

2Cli

86855

89234

17 b089

28780

7

4.317

65

1-295

1170

78

24084_9.
83O 74
5[086

_ORTH AMERICANROCKWELL
COKP.
SPACEDIVISION
DATA PREPAREDUNDER
NASA

CONTRACT

4- SYSrEM
l
5- SUBSYSTEM
11
TEST
INS TRUMF

,_-1
0-2
0-3

60
66
66

TOTAL

6,0

NTA IT(IN

L A!_OR
HOURS
1CH3
43

50'+4.5

1972

NASO-t2100
IT ME
B-70

MANMONTHS

APRIL

8_2C9b

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

SUBSYSTEM

1ABCR
RATE

LABCR
DOLLARS

3.32 B

3604

4,837

208
_794501

1-296

BURDEN
DOLLARS
1448 1.
[99
408335E

LABOR
BURDEN

*
$

t 80@5
40-(
7877852.

ENGR
MATL
L?4ZT
2758
747683

NORTHAMEglCAN ROCKkELLCORP.
SPACFDIVISION
OATA PREPAREDUNDER
WASACONTRACTNAS9-12100
TI ME
B-70

4-SYSTEM
1
5- SUB SYSTFM
II
TEST
IN S TR UME NTA 11LIN

M@'C
C,;-I
_-2
0-3
_-4
_-1
0-2

I)THER
C(_ST

58
58
58
58
50
50

W-3
59
_-4
5_
C)-I 60
9-2
&O
'_-3
60
,%-4 60
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6L
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61
U-4
61
0-I
62
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62
a-3
¢_2
_-4
62
J-I
63
0-2
6_
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63
_-4
63
_-1
6 L,
_-2
64
_-3
64
'_-4 6',
J-I
65
Q-2
65
D-3
65
_-4
65

10
184

APRIL

PHASED
AIRCRAFI

EXPEND.
STUDY

SUBSYSTEM

SUB
TLITAI.

G

8

A

T OT AL
COST

23136

23136

61318

81318

86508

86508

147610

147616

159179

3033

162212

115916

2708

118124

310200

5766

316034

9295

509489

1692

538

500194

0532

616

q86910

10565

1003481

132

1454581

24415

1478996

1B cJ6695

23353

L420048

1203687

21130

1284817

18975
61P. 2

426q

5032

101511

8184

-51.092

25469

2fa72

921001

19599

940660

54H462

11611

560133

21010

25

528050

14105

542761

5134

I0

210013

5603

215616

T-297

1972

_ORTH
SPACE
DATA
N&SA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP,

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-IZIO0
TI ME
B-70

4- SYSTEM
I
5- SUB SYSTEM
II
TEST
INSTRUMENTATION

3-2
0-3

66
t_6

T[JTAL

FlTHE R
COST

4029

[

t04605

48942

EXPEND,
STUDY

SUBSYSTEM

MPC

1_',9

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

S UB
TOTAL

G

&

A

41542

/251

3334

I00

8779082

158094

1-298

T Of AL
COS f
42793
3434
8937176

1972

!
|
1

I

I

, j
_

o

1-299

(gEOITIIM)

1

,
_

S_nTIO(I

o

SD72-SH-O003

_ORTH
SPACE
DATA
SlASA

AMERICAN
DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NASg--L2LO0
TI ME
B-70

4- SYSTEM
5-SUBSYSTEM
SUBSYSIEW

I
12
INSTALLATION

MA NMt}N TH S
3-I
59
6)-2 68
58
3-3
5_
0-4
O-I
5 (}
:5- 2
Q-3
59
5O
0-4
60
Q-I
60
_-2
Q-3
O0
Q-4
O0
Q-I
bl
Q-2
61
3-4
5I
62
Q-I
0-2
62
h2
Q-3
_-4
62
_-I
63
.)-2 63
63
3-3
')-4 63
64
Q-I
_-2
64
0-3
64
64
3-4
O-I
65
6_
65
0-3
3-4
65

AND

L ABOR
FLOURS
8

PHASED
EXPEND.
AIRCRAFT
STUOY

CHECKCUT

LABOR
RA TE

LABCR
DOLLARS

4.625

LABOR
BURD EN

37

1.5

135

4.215

13.5

2437

4.2 59

LC. 5

L 751

5.047

36

73

569

461

1 0379

8932

19311

8838

3812

12710

[65.0

2 7154

3. I I I

292.5

49321

3.032

151080

1321.5

239425

3.122

747468

4377.0

7472LL

3.094

2312073

2549

6253.5

IC5C539

3.204

3365511

3830771

72462_2

4380.0

747519

3.317

24797,%2

2944580

5424342

5"/12.0

95(;815

3.197

3068177

4037059

7105236

3310.5

505054

3.722

2103323

3095128

5199451

501T.5

882g56

3.B06

3360311

4325359

76815070

2365.5

41C233

3.655

1499284

1959630

3438914

15589b

5.819

907084

739093

164677"/

q28.5

Z-300

86038

103,0

[
170C_6
687339
120

8 6039
168176
143 480./
4861195

1972

NORTH
A_ERICAN
SPACE
DIVISION
L')ATA PREPARED
_ASA
CONTRACT

ROCKWELL

CORP.

APRIL

UNL)ER
NAsg-12100
TI ME
B-70

_--SYSTEM
5- SUB SYSTEM
SUP, SY_TE

I
12
_,i INSIAL|.AFI

M.ANMCINTI4 S
_-I
0-2
:J-3

66
(-,6
66

Tf)TAL

0i_ ANI]

L AH UP,
H OUR S
g2

3414q.0

5840566

PHASED
AIRCRAFT

EXPEND.
STUDY

CHFCKCUf

LAH OR.
RATE

LABCR
DCLLARS
403

4.380

201003_7

1-301

BdROEN
D{]L L ARS
361

24230438

764

44330775

1972

NORTHAMERICAN
SPACE
DATA
_ASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

ROCKWELl.

CORP.

APRIL

UNDER
NAS9-12100
PHASED
AIRCRAFT

4- SYSTEM
5- SUe SYSTEM
SUBSYSTEM

MFG
MATL

1
12
INSTALLATI_3N

TOTAL
MATERIAL

AND

EXPEND.
STUDY

CHECKCUT

Sdt3
TOT.aL

MPC

Q-2
C)-4
Q-I
9-2
Q-3
Q-4
0-1
0-2
Q-3
'_-4
0-2
Q-3
D-6
O- l
Q-2
0-3
3-4
0-I
3-2
_J-3
Q-4
Q-I
3-2
Q-3
Q-4

58
58
59
_9
59
59
60
e3
&O
60
61
61
61
62
62
_2
62
63
6_
63
63
_4
64
04
_4
65
65
65
65

G

&

IOWA

TDTAL
COST

?3

58
_-3
T)-4

1972

73

1039

1030

193/1

19311
12710

314664

51 _66_

12952

242

1 14002

86039

2131

168176

191#6

8b2112

I0_¢9434

26589

177 6060

_,7176

7626t6

2585852

6105879

102487

6208366

25832

I153769

1153759

90917

165358C

1653580

130302

9030164

151571

9181735

1467317

I_67317

144531

7036190

I17645

?153835

2217861

221

218459

954L556

169208

578537

10289301

1286514

1286574

137149

662

189172

2267333

9079676

11U0129

110C129

000227

9186026

199305

Ib0726

956605?

40,9925

409925

122609

397 1448

106052

3530

4081030

2691Q_'

269109

5062

202148B

7861

48009

1-302

3174

1963895

52531

NORTHAMERICANROCKWELL
CORP.
SPACE
r_ATA
NASA

DIVISION
PREPARED
CONTRACT

APRIL

tO72

UNOER
NAS9-121.00
TI _'E PHASED
EXPEND.
B-70
AIRCRAFT
STUDY

4- SYSTEM
_- SUB SYSTEM
SUBSYSTEM

MFG
MATL
522]'
_0-2

I
1.2
INSTALLATION

AND

CHECKCUT

TOTAL
MATERIAL

MPC

SUB
TOTAL

5227

I084

7075

G

_, A

IOWA

TO T _L
COST
7288

213

6o
-30023

TOTAL

9848132

-3CC23
c#84 8132

-1d46
1318030

-31869
55496937

1-303

-960
I155919

-32829
4685745

61338601

_

_-6

WBS
i.i

ITEM

ENGR

STRUCTURE

SUBCONTRACTOR

PROD

COST

Space Amer,can
Division Rockwell
North

SUMMARY

TOOLING

TEST

TOTAL

24,811,212

54,120,504

24,510,375

2,203,729

3,784,068

4,153,083

11,260,835

21,622,566

8,263,855

STAB.

2,134,321

3,815,870

4,571,880

10,522,071

FUS.

8,920,832

1,592,796

2,082,211

12,595,839

23,305,204

5,439,346

29,036,045

57,356

103,499,447

i.i.i

HORIZ.

1.1.2

WING

1.1.3

VERT

1.1.5

INTER

1.1.7

HONEYCOMB

1.2

ECLS

i0,795,669

2,507,225

249,833

-

13,552,727

1.3

PROP

6,000,500

5,418,673

179,269

-

11,598,442

1.4

SEC

PWR

5,829,793

22,969,171

206,408

-

29,005,372

1.5

AIR

INDUCT

7,041,484

1,993,435

31,404

1.6

FLT

CONTROL

2,188,837

4,768,647

467,552

1.7

PA

& ESCAPE

186,772

848,947

58,354

1.8

ALIGHT

1.9

MISSION

i.i0

FLT

INDIC.

i.ii

TEST

INST

2.24

WEAPON

STAB.

291,495

&

TOTAL

ARS

1,933,284

TRAF

996,565

SYST

10,567,577

10,140,880
57,356

1,094,438

36,323,328

85,854,040

97,949,124

190,269,106

59,258

1,851,888

1,153,331

14,352,749

382,356

1,505,370

161,712

3,097,830

12,758

27,567,841

9,301,831

7,425,036

126,/+/+9

1,841,680

235,508

41,204,612

1221190,126

896,190

i-3o4
sm7e-s_-ooo3

316,682,261

_I_

IV-71

Unit

Cost

Analysis

The Unit
Cost
of
labor
and material
all

production

the

B-70
costs

costs

Air
Vehicle
experienced

accumulated

was
developed
on Vehicles
1,

under

the

Elements

WBS

item

of

Cost

used

to

accumulate

from
the
actual
2,
and
3.
It

following

Subsystem
Cost (ioi through
I.ii)
Subsystem
lnstallation,
Checkout,
Major Airframe
Mating
(3.0)
The

Space American
Division Rockwell
North

the

and

WBS items:

Preflight

total

production
contains

(i.12)

Production

cost

for

each

Spares,

and

were:
Production,
Labor and Burden
Shop Support,
Labor and Burden
Planning,
Labor and Burden
Quality
Control,
Labor
and Burden
Manufacturing
Material
Major
Subcontract
Cost
Material
Procurement
Cost
Other Production
Cost
II_A
General
Administration

The initial
Engineering,
Flight
Operations
cost
As

a result

2 and
still
no

of

the

3, much of
in process

appreciable

Tooling,
Special
Test Equipment,
such as training
are not included.

major

differences

the new design
at the time of

Sustaining

in

configuration

between

effort
associated
with
contract
termination.

Engineering

or

Tooling

GSE,

Air

Air Vehicle
Therefore,

Vehicles
3 was
there was

effort.

Subsystem
costs were allocated
to Air Vehicles
i, 2, and
production
labor hours for the Structures
Subsystem,
and
data for the balance
of the subsystems.
An average
unit

3 by use of
Subcontractor
cost method

for

no

those

subsystems

in

which

the

subcontractor

provided

In-house
Assembly,
Installation,
and Major Airframe
Mating
to Vehicles
I, 2, and 3 by use of the in-house
production,
installation
labor hours charged
to each vehicle.

unit

cost

in-house
cost
was used
data.

costs were allocated
assembly,
and

The production
costs associated
with those
subsystems
which were not used in
the three
B-70 Air Vehicles,
such as the Boeing
Wing,
and the Hamilton
Standard
Air Induction
Control
Subsystems,
were not included
in the Vehicle
Unit

Costs.

1-305
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Exhibit

2, page

1-308,

shows

a summary

three Air Vehicles,
the number
of
termination,
and the average
unit
The number
termination

of equivalent
was developed

subsystem
from the

of the

actual

unit

Space Amencan
DivisiOnRockwell
North

cost

equivalent
units
completed
cost of the three vehicles
units completed
program
closeout

of the

at contract
combined.

at the time
records.

of program

An analysis
of the Stm_ary
Data shows that the large improvement
in the
Structures
cost for Air Vehicle
3 over Air Vehicle
2 was due primarily
to
the great
strides
made in honeycomb
panel fabrication.
For example,
the
production
hours required
to fabricate
5200 gross
square
feet of honeycomb
panels
for Air Vehicle
3, required
less than 50 percent
of the hours required
for Air Vehicle
2:

A

quality

rejection
cost was

Air
Air

Vehicle
Vehicle

i
2

Air

Vehicle

3

control

study

259 hours
176.5 hours
8h hours
also

shows

rate that Air Vehicle
used for the ECS, Air

per
per
per

that

square
square
square

Air

foot
foot
foot

Vehicle

3 had

2 had for the same section.
Induction
Control,
and Test

12 percent

of

the

An average
unit
Instrumentation

Subsystems,
which were purchased
for Air Vehicles
I and 2 on the same contract,
and the Personnel
Accomodation
and Escape,
Alighting
and Arresting,
and
Flight
Indication
Subsystems
which were purchased
for the three vehicles
on
the same contract.
An analysis
of the subcontract's
cost shows that much
of the material
procurement
and fabrication
effort
for the multiple
unit
orders
were performed
concurrently.
Therefore,
an average
unit cost was
computed
for these
subsystems
by dividing
the total production
labor and
material
cost by the number
of equivalent
units completed.
An analysis
of
the Flight
Control
Subsystem
indicated
that Air Vehicle
i was charged
with
92 percent
of the total material
cost for the three vehicles.
Therefore,
the subsystem
unit cost for each of the three vehicles
was adjusted
to contain
an

equal

amount

of

the

The Mission
and Traffic
Furnished
Equipment
and

total

material

cost

Control
Subsystem
is therefore
not

based

hardware
included

upon

percent

completion.

was primarily
in the Vehicle

Government
Unit Cost.

The cost of Purchased
Parts
that could not be identified
to a specific
subsystem
was included
in WBS item 1.12, Subsystem
Installation,
Checkout,
and
Pro-Flight.
The costs accumulated
in this WBS item was allocated
to Vehicles
i, 2, and 3 based
upon the in-house
production,
assembly,
and installation
labor
hours
charged
to each vehicle.
As a result
of the major program
changes,
terminations
and re-start
cycles,
which
greatly
affected
the basic
air vehicle
configuration,
quantities,
test requirements,
and program
performance,
the Average
Vehicle
Unit Cost

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should be considered the more reliable data.
It should also be noted that
the total production quantity of 2.47 Air Vehicles identifies these units
as major test vehicles rather than first production units.
The Budgetary and Planning Proposal generated in February 1959 for the
production of 62 _-70
Air Vehicles was analyzed in conjunction with the
B-70 Cost Study to provide program growth visibility.
The first 12 of the 62 Air Vehlcles were
after being used as fright test units.

to be refurbished

at a cost of $4.8M

Exhibit 3, page 1-309_ shows the cum average unit cost of the 62 vehicles
as proposed_
The vehicle costs shown do not include the Bomb/Nay or
Defensive S_systemso
Initial Engineering, Tooling, and Special Test
Equipment, a,_ well as C_E are not included.
The results of the study shows an RS-70 First Unit Cost for the 62 vehicle
proposal of $157M, as compared with the B-T0 Actual First Unit Cost of
$163M and an Average Unit Cost for the three Air Vehicles of $123.8_.
In comparing the First Unit Costs of the RS_70 with the XB-70, it should
be noted that the XB-70 includes the program inefficiencies,
cost penalties
resulting from program stop orders and redirections; while the cost of the
RS-70, which was generated from the 62 vehicle proposal, does not include
these costs_
A technical analysis of the _®70
and XB-70 was performed to develop the
state-of-the-art
comparison between the two vehicles, and the relative
effort required to complete the XB-70 in relation to the RS-70.
The
results of this study shows that the RS-70, without the Bom/Nav, and
Defensive Subsystems, would have required 1.78 times the effort required for
the XB-70 program.
The details of this study as well as an explanation of
the application of the subsystem factors is contained in Volume I
Section iV-8_ page 1-310.

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The

IV-8:

State-Of-The-Art

state-of-the-art

ratings

and
and

Percent

percent

Developed

developed

Space American
Division Rockwell
North

Summary

statuses

for

the

air

vehicle
and each subsystem
are presented
by Exhibit
4, page I-Bll.
Each of the subsystem
values
depicted
by the summary
table were brought
forward
from the Development
Data Summary
of that subsystem.
The air
vehicle
values
shown were derived
by applying
weight
factors
to each subsystem
value to reflect
the contributing
scope of effort.
The

state-of-the-art

ratings

assigned

to each

subsystem

were

established

by comparing
the B-70 configuration
requirements
to existing
capabilities
in January,
1958.
All of the subsystem
percentages
were determined
by
comparing
the XB-70
program
level of effort
achieved
to that scheduled
for
the RS-70
program.
For the "out-the-door"
development
stage,
the status
levels
reflect
air vehicle
No. 1 installations,
except
for the Air Induction
Subsystem
(AIS) which
compares
the NR subsystem
installed
in air vehicle
No. 2.
As discussed
in the AIS Development
Data Summary,
the AIS installed
in air vehicle
No. 2 was more representative
of the XB-70 effort
expended.
There
are no percentage
values
presented
for Mission
and Traffic
Control
since
the XB-70
too insignificant
The

"Program

subsystem
was
to assess.

Confidence

essentially

Level"

all

percentages

GFP

indicate

with

the

the

effort

status

expended

level

achieved

for the configuration
and the testing
conducted
on the configuration
during
the XB-70
program.
The "Effort
To Go" percentages
indicate
the effort
remaining
of the total required
to attain
a production
level status
at that
specific
development
stage and includes
both Engineering
requirements.
The use of the "effort
to go" percentages
determination
should
not be applied
without
consideration
following
items:

(1)
(2)
(3)

All

effort

expended

prior

to

1960

was

for

the

Essentially
all expenditures
associated
with
were not in support
of the XB-7ODevelopment
Essentially
all expenditures
modifications
to XB-70
air
XB-70
Development
Program.

(4)

The effort
applicable

(5)

Air vehicle
sharing
spares
provisioning

associated
vehicle
No.

RS-70

program.

the YB-70
Program.

program

(NA-274)

with the design
changes
and
3 were not in support
of the

expended
by several
subcontractors
to the XB-70 Development
Program.
should
be considered
required
to support

and Manufacturing
for cost
given to the

was

not

i00

percent

in determining
FTOSE
a flight
test program.

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IV-9
The
the

Weight

Space
Division Rockwell
Nort#l American

Summary

B-70 Weight
weight
data

Summary
included

table presented
in this section
essentially
in the subsystem
technical
characteristics

recaps
charts.

The values
displayed
were calculated
by the Engineering
Weights
group in
direct
support
of the study and were derived
from NR Weight
Reports
generated
during
the B-70 program.
The weight
summary
table presents
the
detail
weights
of the B-70 at three
specific
development
stages:
(1) The
RS-70
in October
1959;
(2) the XB-70 No. 1 in July 1964; and (3) the XB-70
No. 2 in June 1966.
The weights
shown for air vehicles
No. 1 and No. 2 are
based
while

on weight
the RS-70

reports
values

generated
are based

subsequent
to
on an estimated

actual
pre-flight
weight
report.

weighings

The values
shown in the weight
summary
table were calculated
essentially
down to the major assembly
level
(level 6) of the WBS.
However,
it was
necessary
to deviate
from the WBS in some areas due to the B-70 weight
report
formats
having
a different
weight
breakdown
structure.
An example
of the weight
breakdown
structure
used during
the B-70 program
is also
presented
in this section.
The example
presents
the weights
for air vehicle
No. 2 in June 1966 and covers
weight
empty
summary,
flight
test instrumentation,
ballast
installations,
aft CG loading.

useful

load,

most

forward

CG

loading,

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and

most

_1

B-70

WBS

1.0

Air

WEIGHT

SUMMARY

Gross Weight
(Dry)
Gross Weight
(Wet)
Taxi Weight
Landing
Weight

1.2

Structure

Horiz.
Stab. & Flaps
Wing
Vertical
Stabilizer
Forward
Fuselage
(to

i.i.5

Interm.
Fuselage
(FS 856-2029)
Aft Fuselage
(FS
Misc.
Items,
& Fairing
Engine
Mounts

Environmental
1.2.1

1.2.2

1.2.3

2029

Doors,
&

Control

FS

856)

Aft)

Fire

Shroud

(Wet)

Remote

(Wet)

Cooling

1.3.3

(l)

Useful

Engines
Engine
Engine

40,699
7,412

64,992
11,166

62,626
10,768

2,109
1,328

1,927
2,367

2,087
2,372

611

(37,630)
30,018
270
179

Installation
Compart.
Cooling

2,441

2,336

75

75

(1)
(1)

5,682
4,076
324

(i)
(1)

930

575
Total

(ll,39_)

(ll,306)

(1)
(l)
89

Anti-icing

1.3.1
1.3.2

3,285
31,133
3,965
9,186

(1) 1,515

Ammonia
Supply
System
Ammonia
(Normal)
Ammonia
(Emergency)

Propulsion

3,244
27,399
3,965
9,143

2,069
13
7O

Fluid (Glycol)

1.3

(125,422)

2,240
25,494
2,250
7,490

(4,770)

Total

Water
Supply
System
(Wet)
Water-(Normal
Cooling)
Water
(Emerg.
Cooling)

Equip.

--0--

Paint

Cabin Air Recirculation(Wet
Fluid
(Glycol)
Gas (Freon)

1.2.9

253,601
542,029
542,029
296,292

(124,203)

(89,022)

Total

I.i.i
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.1.4

-

Weights
Lbs

--0-

i0,000

Airframe

-

#l

250,817
519,878
542,029
296,292

207,571
554,609
562,609
282,661

Payload

1.1.6

xB-7o A/V #2
Weights
IxB-7o
LbsA/V

Vehicle

Design
Design
Maximum
Maximum

i.i

TABLE

Rs-7o
Weights
Lbs

Item

Space Amencan
Division Rockwell
North

200

(l)

34o

(1)

1,190

98
1,168

5,696
,076
324
924
2oo
340
1,178

98
1,154

(39,166)

(39,189)

31,041
301

31,098
312

Load
1-313
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WBS

1.3

RS-70
Weights
Lbs

Item

Space
Division Rockwell
North American

XB-70 A/V
Weights
Lbs

#i

XB-70 A/V #_
Weights
Lbs

(Continued)
-

Drain
Fuel

& Vents
Pressure

Nitrogen
1.3.5

& Inerting

LN 2

Fuel System
Volume
Type Fuel
Weight
Engine

1.3.7

Engine
Indicating
Starting
Subsystem

1.3.8

Fire

Thrust

Secondary
1.4.1

Supply

6.55

ib/gal

288

Total

1.4.2

Accessory

Drive

System

1.4.3

Emergency

Starting

1.4.4

Constant
Number

Ipll

6.7

System
(HYDR)

Supply

Electrical

Speed

700

43,646

4,434
gal
JP-6
ib/gal

(2)

(3)

581

(41
(5

Including
Lube
Design
Mission

581

202
194

205
197

(3)

(3)
8

1,367

(Cartridge)

8
(12,594)

(11,273)
6,455
70
190

(4)

7,145
Fluid
70

gal

1,5o4

190
(4)

gal

1,510

152
242

Drive

Supply

1,995

3,072

904

& Nitrogen

(2)

294
94
185
15
(12,132)

#i

ib/gal

863
324

8,618

Brake
(903 AV

4,303
45,971
gal
JP-6
6.55

#2

Useful
IncludingLoadWindmilling
Flight
Test Equipment

(1)

795
3O9

Fluid

Power

87
716
700

i,iii
397

Detection
Subsyst.
Extinguishing
- Wet
Extinguishing-Portable

Power

(1)

3,854
51,797
gal
JP-6

Control

Hydraulic
Power
Fluid
- Type
Capacity

1.4.5

73o

Protection

Fire
Fire
Fire

87
716

489

(l)

(G-Load)

1.3.6

1.4

(Dry',

AV

#2)

System

1-314
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#3
3,567

_

WBS

1.5

Air

Induction

1.5.1

1.6

1.5.2
1.5.3
1.5.4
1.5.5
-

Subsystem
Controls
& Displays
Boundary
Layer
Control
Cooling
& Control
Package
Cooling
Nitrogen
U.L.
Fod Screens

Flight

1.6.2
1.6.3

1.9

XB-70A/V#I
Weights
Lbs

504

Accomo

Total

& Arresting

1.8.1
1.8.2

Main
Nose

1.8o3
1.8.4

Drag Chute Subsystem
Controls
& Displays

Mission

Landing
Gear

Total

& Traffic

Gear

(5)

Weight

Integrated
Power
Racks & Supports

not

included

in

3,971

1,o5o
(7,705)
4,502
2,842

37O

359

361

I

2,281
136

85o

(17,oo8)

45o

(1,830)
1,256
iiO
464
(19,772)
14,209
1,978
516
2,769

(1,o96)

(1,310)

(1,857)
1,256
109
492
(20,173)
14,649
1,988
512
3,024

(1,144)

632
146

3O4

3o8

i00

352
3O9
i00

384

383

308

49

65

Supply

llO

Subsystem

915
3,471
7O9

4,433
2,818

( 3,267)

1.9.1
Communication
Equip°
1.9.2
Navigational
Aids Equip.
1.9.3.2
IFF
1.9.4
Portable
Tape Recorder
-

1,411
3,709
7OO
3,938

4,236
3,145

1,715
Total

3,124

(7,610)

13,049
1,794

Control

3,055

34

Personnel
Equip.
Liquid
Oxygen
Subsystem
Crew Station
Accom.

Alighting

3,462
Three

(5)
(7,751)

& Escape

#2

(15,686)

3,372
Three

1,648

Total

XB-70
A/V
Weight s
Lbs

(16,185)

5,486
Three

Primary
Flight
Controls
Secondary
Flight
Controls
Flight
Augment.
Control
Subsystem
(FACS)

Personnel
1.7.1
1.7.2
1.7.3

1.8

Control

RS-70
Weights
Lbs

(7,638)

Total

Inlet Subsystem
Engines
Per Inlet
By-Pass
Section
Air Induction
Control

1.6.1

1.7

Item

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Division Rockwell
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i.i0

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1.10.1
1.10.2
1.10.3
-

Indication

Weapon
Test Equip.
Total

Platform
&

Total

Special
Cooling

(

NOTES:

(

661)
169
337
155

(16,263)
3,900
lO,161
SST

(

lO0)

i00

RS-70
Design
Gross
including
military

Mod

of SST

3,900
11,989

511

1,152

1,430

1,050

1,050

(12,179)

(11,287)

3O

30
107

71

(Design)
(Alternate)

Structural

(18,369)

(6)

Instrum.

Flt. Test Equip.
Nitrogen
U.L.

of

665)

155

Reduction

Weight

XB-70 AV #2
Weights
Lbs

341

Repairs
(6)

#i

169

315
168
543
2,848
6,216
525

Auxiliary
Gear (Tiedown
& Jack
Ftgs.)
Miscellaneous
Instruments

Cost

AV

Weights
Lbs

(10,615)

& Releases

Items

Ballast
Ballast

XB-70

Instrumentation

Weight
Empty
Alternate
Load
Struct.
Mod. for

Misc.

Subsyst.

Auxiliary
Gyro Platform
Flight
Instruments
Control
Air Data Subsyst.
Offense
Electronics
Defense
Electronics

I.Ii

RS-70
Weights
Lbs

Item

Space
Division Rockwell
North American

not

included

in

Weight
(wet) reflects
total
subsystems
and miscellaneous

AV #1 and #2 Gross Weights
(wet) reflect
Subsystem
weights
(including
fuel) total
Weight
(wet) because
of fuel off-loading
program.

i0,000
2,078

9,072
2,078

3,047
14,717

7,877
7,000

subsystem
vehicle
items.

total.
weight

flight
test conditions.
more than the Gross
for the flight
test

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Inner

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Folding Tip
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TOT_,

(2818,)

WI_G GRODP

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1011
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1895
2105

(55101h75)
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200
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202200
3682OO

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TAIL GROUP
Basic
Structure
Horizontal Stabilizer
Vertical Stabilizer
Secondary
St ruc%ur_
Flaps
TOTAL

- TAIL GROUP

(9824777)
2588 i
(63'q)
3759

3c3
6o0

581

, 2211
167o
638

_50

150362_

83n149
506O10
38e8oo

275
25h
266
275

10703587

(3.666_L86)
711700
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8O598
165000
1912084

BODY _OqP
Basic Structure
Secondary Structure
Windshield
Rsdame Fairing
Control Tunnel"
Aspirator
Doors & Operating Mechanism
Main Landing Gear
Nose Landing Gear
Banb
Escape Hatches
Oumpartment
Entrance
Drag Chute

Ensine
Non Structural Panels
Nose Ramp & Controls
Fairing & Flllete
Miscellaneous

TOTAL - F_ODYGROUP

153&
638
420

394
26&

303
501

19_7
2235

11o5
281
907

1765
1223
!5_9

6o9
39
6o
16o
991

515
5_5
_79
_75
211_

( 152) '

59

1977

397
1048
1019

1329
1823
11597

839oZ

1-317

115609910
(2068898)

190

251372
11088o
586911
11.19735
(6489535

267
217
221

1950325
343663
1_0_943
313635
21255
28740
332000
209497_

135

1166_3
130613
191o5oh
1627343

lO6

1_31935o.
(42_641)
170346
911hO
66963
96192
(656210)
ih9175
29786

120

lo884o

292

177828

251
21_9
219
132
197
258
177
let

12"t_53hh6

SD72-SH-'O003

9789
i&940

350_0
130812
11623
I02k26

185496
19O553

|1

]

j ......

NOIITH

m

AME_CAN

AVIATION,

INC.

,,...o.

o,

.,..,..,_

Bib

_-65-463
,

..,

WIIORT _

e8 Nay lC_5

,,=,,_ ,,.
m|

I

in

I

I

I

I

,

XB-70A

,

iii

HORIZONTAL

WKIQll4"T

ITEN

i

LINI.

ARM

IIi

C.

G.

MOMENT

VI[R'nCAL.
ARM

C.

O.

MOMIrJ4'r

i

ALZORTI_O GEAR CROUP

,

,,

Oe&r

Running Gear
hnainS
Wheels
Drag Braces

TOTAL - ALIGRTI_

10690896
95200
671738
7953330
3482976
1348162
3728557

(2610)
797

1151

(2973831*)
917347

865.

1145

9901,25

15o
17g

1182
1163

1773o0
202362

62_

1100

6_50o

56
391
4695
20_
802
2303

Bogie Beam
Fuselage Supports
Controls
Nose Gear
Running
Gear
Strut
(Including
Drag Brace
Fuselage
Supports
Controls

1704
1700
1718
1694
1704
1681
1619

Oil)

GEAR OR(KIP

19175 '

37

(13o478_)
23213_

28
158

1568
61778

107
37
153

.502365
75628
1227O6

134

3086o2

37
88
112
154
130

(230625)
29289
76120
1710o
26796
81120

30944693

1535410

Ol:g)UP

SUFY__CE cOWrROI8
.--

|,

(157)

Cockpit
Controls
Control
Sticks
Rudder
Pedals

123
3_

Fold

Stabiliser

Stabilizer

Flip

TOTAL - 8URFACI

279930

217

u89

173594

245

Controls

(570e610)

455155

215

53075

21_

2138

748
1812

1050960

2o7

a_87

5783077

200

5542OO

965

ho8358o
59840

_1
221

kA.o

2k9o50

2hl

Io6oho

71

42103

281

10951

I,O8
7
317

7685 1
"T-ql_,

(611895)

8O
58o

152
11

COWl'ROt8 (m(K_

_6655
35770

1910

1247

(895)

Controls

29151
8126

781,75
11770
383910
17680
12006O

55

Controls

Vertical
Stabilizer
Mechanical
Tr_
_raultc
Feel
Bungees
Supports

1302

1_6

27"0.

Korizontal

237
239

215

365

Controls

48339
13124

( 5352 )

(2990)

Rlevon
Controls
Mechanical
Electrical
_draultc
& Pneumatic
Bob Weights
& 1_msees
Supports
Wing

393
386

(361)

•F1 ight
Au_entation
Equipment
Inmtallation

(37277)

(61463)

1737
1901
2161,

1877
1829

(1760779)
265024
2O911

(183oo_)
207
217

882912

_1

13139
579793

218
207

lhO52596

31_64
2387
8__3o8
1526
65619

15947_

NORTH

AMERICAN

AVIATION,

INC.

,,,.,

_W
CNI_CIIIQ

.,.,

..,,..

live

,1 5

e8

,,o. _7

WZIO_

EMPTY

,... NA-65-562

.o_,..o.
HORIX_NTAL,

W|IGHT
LI_.

ITEM

ARM

o, 72

XB-70A
)--

C. O.

ii

c. G.

v-ancAt,

MOMI[NT

ARM

MOMENT
i

1
ENGINE

SECTION

Engine

Mounts

Engine
Shrouds

Remove/
Ra/ls
& Seals

TOTAL

- ENGINE

SECTION

TOTAL - STRUCTURAL

PROPULSION
Engine

F_I

GROUPS

Gear

Drain,

Boxes

i66o

& DrtTes

Vent

(i6i2i)
312

3i24
76n2
391,1
889
3_
179

& Cooling

'.

,

61i52
24375
3116b0

397167

27536352

Controls

8yltem

..

iz

_

2o34
199o
1342
1626
12.81
1428
2078

332_
(25o7432i)
634608
62i6760
10255564
6408066
1138809
h8552

3 96a

166

5162434

139

23o7_0

166
i9_
165
15o
2oo
165
i43

109
1,11_
Z56

ihi6

581

1514

879634

179

314

1To2

534428

i'm

1673
177o
1593
19o6
1733
i883
911
1712

692
280
58a
567

Loop

2OO6

6596o979

(7863379)
135Olii
122_8a+0
h_6oho
11o9292
982611
9471_9
652276
186608
601956
362496

807

Boost
and Transfer
Pumps
Filling
System
Distribution
System
Transfer
System
Vent
System
Pressurization
System
Drain System
Eleetrleal
Comtrolm
Cooling

21_I

31099

System
Tank Sealant

Bterting

156
,195
168

249993583

Induetlon
System
Inlet
Guide & Fairing
By Pass & Controls
Variable
Geometry
Inlet
Control
Package
Master
Controls
FOD Screens

Engine

838096
268875
3990105

5o97o76

2372

7nstallation

Engine

2138
2151
2151

GROUP

Aeeessoz"y'
Air

392
125
1855

(2T_,.2687)
51792

599808
1260930
591150
177800
561o
25597
(lOO2O95)

2oo

161400

i68

116256
56o00
8_3q0
i0_895
117702
_334_

200

185
23_.
28_.
178
199
22O

19402

82386
56320
103999

_-

¢
TOTAL

- PROPULSION

GRO%TP

5kTOl

T-ql

(3 ,

I03642701

9265963

&WLa'rzoN,

NORTIJ _

INC.

E_
IBm_mr

n,.65. 62

m_,

i i

..,

_8 _

1965

_TJUI_ E

_

m%_L

toO.

X_'70A

!

1 1' • M

mm_rr.

HoRrLONTAL
ARM

C.G.
MOMI_IT

VERTICAL.
ARM

C.

G.

MOMENT

ZQU'JI:R41T OROUPS
I

Iulu_bmnt8

ni t

337

_w,

8_7

l(11cel_o_

'X'O'2 -

TOTAL-

:OISTRm4n"M3

2_1966
111o_17
1_73go:

_86

231
209
196

?78_7
177023
19992

Z%_2

11.99773

Oroup

_draulie

Utility
?_ma_

z881
3799

FrDRAULIC OROUP

TOTAL-

Electrical
Group
AC-Power
Supply
Power Conversion
Distribution
& Control

Llghta & Signal
Support8
TOTAL -

maCT_ICAL

Device8

O_OUP

1837

lS69

5292397
7100331

6680

3.2392728

z88
z53
z178

1.55_1.
2_3133
21.8292o
1096_
z5821*5

132

111.0
831

377

685

161
161

1o751*8o

I_6
208
21_

_v8_8
5262_
_66ov_

217
238

28641*
89726

351.9891.

3ZZ8

463841
611639

68_891,

Group

Eleetronieo
Intercom

i00

5O5
636
5oi

lO_

519

1_
169

5zo
6Z8
_9

238
2O5
50100 239
5_1.95 21.3
251
973_
223
1o9681 _9

3Z
383

5_
521.

17280
2O0692

233
85

- AN/AIC-18

Air Data Sya1_m
Auxiliary
Gyro Reference

' 1_7665

5 6o

551,51,
17_,25
23900
25515
1.3172
31,565
387O].
7008
97282

System
Flight
Director
Equil_ent
Racks

.

Cc_puter

TOTAL - EIACTRO_ICB OROOP

11.3_

_F_niahtnga
& Equipment
0roup
Aeecmodations
for
Personnel
Mlacellaneou_
Equil_ent
Furnishings
Emergency
Equll_ent

TOTAL-

ru_us_
GROUP

1365

96
3@
zZT.

_38

398
1.1o
1397

219
25_

790753

3_3o22

597870 252
38208 2U6
151290 249
317119 198

31.3980
23616

91881
1.4946

a __
2o57
1-320

5oh1.23

NORTH
¢HECKEIB

AMERICAM

AVIATION,

INC.

pace

WEIS_m D(FIT

SUMMART

"_

uo.,L.o. XB-70A

!

Conditionin_

HoRrZONTAL

wIiOl_r
LB.

IT[M

ARM

(2o_5)
228
131
53
956
179
85
29
38_

(69o)
559
69
62

Freon System
Equipment & Supports
Plumbing
Controls
Glycol System
Waterwall & Supports
Drag Chute Compt. Insulation
Etc.
Equipment, Fluid
Controls

(1178)
87_

Water Cooling System
Tanks & Supports
Lines, Insulation
Pump&
Controls

(12_)

53
224

27

1105
& Supports

47

- AIR CONDITIONING
ARTI-ICING

789
73h
775
7o6

673
552
400
•662

V[M_CAL
ARM

C. O.
MOMENT

1o55
99

(1425252)
179892
96154
41075
674936

2h9
eSz
27O
264

(528075)
56779
36811
14310
252384

120467

258

46182

250

21250

230
244

6670
93696

46920
11600
254208

(613461)
8'/7
836
1o57

lTOl
2O75
1751
1462

490243

5768_
65534
(20283_7)
1486674
109975
392224

39474

(172625)
251

725
974
765-

801125
140256
35955

1725o
15o66

156
211
185

(192963)
136344
11183
41440

148

3996
(3157071

245
236
234

(1289683)
1112

1177

1173160
116523

I_030o

25o
243

(977336)

(1154)

Engine Air Extraction
Ducting & Supports
Controls
TOTAL

C. G.
MOMRNT

& Anti-Icin_

Recirculation Flood Flow
Heat Exchangers
"Pumps, "Blowers & Ejectors
Tank & Supports
Scoops _ Ducts, Insulation
& Supports
Controls
Pressure Sealing
Defogging
Low Temp. Evaporation

270725
33984
10998

(264662]
229
233

2_1595
23067

&
6363

Auxlliar 7 Gear qroup
Handling Gear
Deceleration Chute & Controls

30
413

TOTAL - AUXILIARTGEAROROUP

443

TOTAL - EqUII, MEmTGROUPS

1-321

i_74032

6334079

1617
2o81

_851o

168

5oho

859453

214

88382

_7963

21491

J[
D.141

or

_9

aT*

28 )_F 1965

Air

NO.

26579677

L
SD79-_w

nnO3

93_22

4450135

NORTH
N

AMERI_ulr

AVIATIo_Hr,

INC.

,,..L

BTt

50

o, 72

VER_CAL

C.

j.

CNIF.JII

o,.,

t'i't

28 _7'

1965
W|IGJ4T
Will.

ITEM

HORIZONTAL

C. O.

ARM

MOMENT

ARM

G.

MOMENT

RECAPITULATION:
151_17

2_9993583

27536352

GROUP

5_7oI

1036_2701

9265963

GROUPS

211,91

TOTAL - STRUCTURAL

GROUPS

TOTAL

- "PROTON

TOTAL

- EQUIPMENT

FLIGRT

TEST IRSTR.

TOTAL

- WEIGHT

Horizontal

Vel-f;1esl

-

CG -

CO

=

633

230876

BfPT_

1670.6 - 1386
9_2

3o._ ,,_c

200.0

18.5 Inehe

-

181.5

I E322

4h5o135

619"D-oo

3900

(Wt. Empty)

UE_COUI_TABLE

26579677

-

7O95O5

1670.6 385703556

blow

SD72-SH-O003

772_0
181

- Iih573

181.5

h191o077

i

Mlmpam

_,

CI_¢KI_

liYo

NORTH

.U_RZGAN

AVlJVI'IGN,

INC.

,,,,o.

E_

28 _

.,,

1965

FLIGHT

TEST

_ATION

WEIGHT
LBII.

|TIM

51

ARM

C.

72

,o.NA-65-462

,_.,L.o.
HORIZONTAL

o,

G.

X_-70A

VERTlCAL

MOMENT

C.

ARM

G.

MOMENT

i

FLIGHT

TEST

INSTRUMENTATION

|I

I

9o4
19
14
194
5812
663
300

Fire Extinguisher
Installation
Capsule
Recovery
Beacon
Instl.
.Capsule _r_ncy
Chute ReleaJe
Crew Suit Cooling
Instl.
Electrical
Control
Package
Package
Support
& Wire Ladder
Recording
Equipment
Miscellaneous
Parameters

8389
266
616
511

Ldg. Gear Bogie Wear Plates
SST Instrumentation
Structural
Modification

TOTAL FLIGHT
TEST
FLIGHT
TEST EMPTY

INSTRUMERTATION
WEIGHT

19o3

171o312

428
444

8132
6216

458

88852

1451

8_33212

1461
469
1566
1704
1428
1883

968643
140700
13137174
453264
879648
962213

154
,2bo

139216
456o

272

3808

249
145

48306
8_274o

176

116688

240

720OO

212

1778468

26

6916

20t_
195

12566t_
99645

.

17688

26798366

323803.l

Plus:

LW 2 for
Package

TOTAL

Cooling

FLIGHT

TEST

Flight

+

Test

lO5O

15o5

18738

INSTRUMERTATION

145

+1580250

+ 15225o

28378616

3390261

" Less:
-

*Instrumentation
Weight

TOTAL

-

Specification

39oo

1589

-619Tioo

198

IRSTRUMERTATXON

- ALT

LOAD

i_838

Pounds

8peclfication

of

instrumentation
Weight

excess of 3900 Pounds

A detailed
Page
37

i eight is i eluded
,n the Mode
instrumen
ation _ ight in
is treate, as Alternte
Load

Empty.

AI:

weight breakdown
of
Test In trumen_,tion
FIIl at
of this report.

is

sh_n

_

_m_

1-323
SD72
D-

84MO

772200

1618o61

_e.181516

*NOTE:
3900

-

Empty

on

;e

NOW¢'I! _CAN

AVIATION,

INC.

•,.....
4UlPCMIT

_2 o, 72
_-65-_52
NQ.

_%-_,

ii

BALLAST

I_TALSATION

MOOll.

I'IORIZONTAL

C. G.

WlleN'r
Lml.

ITEM

ARM

MOM

IL'INT

NO.

_B"

70A

VERTICAL
ARM

C.

G.

MOMENT

DESIGN
i

(1o21)

NOSE C(lqPAI_4EI_
Ballast
•_,
Shelf
Center
Shelf
Aft Shelf
Supports
ELECTRONIC
Ballast
Walkway
Bay No.
Bay No.
Bay No.
Bay No.
Bay No.

102
293

308
318

,EQUII_

(29)

(80)
(76)
(76)

EQUIPMENT

'(225)

7].672

67097
69946

(2047139)

623
655
686

127092
370075
1062614

234

TI2

11o2888

147_
1472

737
773

lo8_86_
1137856

228
228
228

47736
12882o
353172
353172
335616
335616

(227)

_930o7

(707)i 1533317

228
228

22789O6

6735216

BAY

Ballast

Bay wo. 1

627
655

(22)

(51)
2o78

TOTAL - ALTERRATE BALLAST

12078

TOTAL - BALLAST

Installed aa alternate
Air Vehicle

685938
64k52o

229
228

250526
22_,352

474878

133o458

275378_

806567h

load to facilit ,te earl t flights

Z-324
D-M@

23052

BALLAST

ELECTRONIC

NOTE:

_5o6

226
229
:(227)

(6_187o6)

10000

- DESIGN BAILAST

_TmmAs

(3o3)

23868
91416
lO472o

(231767)

204
565
X5_9
15_9

2168

Supports

TOTAL

234
312
3ko

(8979)

BAY

Step
i
2
3
4
5

(316510)

:: the

SD72-BH-O003

NOS_m/I _CAN

AVIATION,

INC.

,,,,

-o.

53

°,

72

o

:..:.,.,

..,

M,_

.,,._,

=., 28 May 1965

o_r,_

LOAn

.:._
HORIZONTAl

O.

.o

XB-70A
VERTICAL

C.

G.

WIIQMI"

ITEM

USUal,

C.

.o. #a-65-_62

ARM

MOMENT

ARM

MOMINT

LOAD

NOR-EXPENDABLE ITEMB
Crew

Pilot

215

Co-Pilot

215

8urrlval
Unusable

2701

432

EXFERDAI_E

Emergency
Water
/weonia

TOTAL

No.

310

8979
7oO

87_

(29107_)
_91.6
25669
35036

29322
3282o
72378
22598
29305

Oil
- AICS
Coolant

Cooling

Coolant

181

15128
_8618o
78192

227

(2278906',
231767

(228)
267

1869oo

3152806

13023323

1.53951.60
32573961
535700h_
5377651*8
6052161_3
1i8193274
1.2800612
6O66135O

'58257705
1O966821*

1269
2529
1834
1902
1633
189_
2070

219
221

5621511
1.2956

158
152

32876
1.8366_0
13679hk2

189
202
212

26k
550

206_
167 7

1_6

hO76
2O0

729
679

246
250

32k

729
679

236196
23086O

46728
8o3oo

10O2696
5o0o0

21.6

795o1*
85OOO

25o

62754739

311153

& 4 have

6212660

596o2933

,-

i, 2

244

4671*92889)
i010

ITEM5

LOAD

IIII

Tank=

1021

(6735216)
316510
6_18706
611800

21._+
18o

53750
53750

ITEMS

EXPENDABLE

TOTAL USEFul

4578195
89_944

14325

ITEM8

_ueX (h4h39 gaZ at 6.55 xblgaz)
Tank so. x _
6862
¢
Tank No. 2 Fu=
3919
Tank No. 3 Fus
5349Tank No. 4 Fus
h_77
¢
Tang No. 5 Fu_
4858
Tank No. 6 Wing 11050
Tank No. 7 Wing
31.50
Tank No. 8 Wing
h47_
Engine
|itrogen
Normal
Water
ionia

26288

(1oooo)

Electronic
Bay
Nitrogen
- Fuel Tank Inerting
and Pressurizing

_)N-EXPERDABLE

250
250

_2h
1695
2067

62

Gear
Fuel

Unusable
Engine
Fluids
Ballast
and Supports
Nose Section

TOTAL

1*x6
_16

been

off-lo

ded.

See

_age

25

for

tot_l

capaci'

ie=.

lq_llil

NORTH _EMZFJCAN

ITe

:Tarw_
....,

28 Nay

m_

1965

-

AVIATION,

_

w7_

roma_

-

INC.

ca

i

|

m,

HORIZONTAL

WI[IIIHT

C.O.

VI[RTICAL

C.

G.

ITEM
I Jill.

ARM

MOM

IL'NT

ARM

MOM

Ir,NT

TAKEOFF GROSS WEIGHT
Weight
Use1_l

230876
311153

Empty

385703556
_8555 7718
:16o7.4

5A2oe9

cG - .16o7._ - 13_.

_rizont_

41910077
6275_739

_871_6127k

.oh66_816

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