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The Military Aerospace division is responsible for the design, development, production, marketing, sale and Contractor Logistical Support of tactical and strategic aerospace vehicles for military service with the DoD as well as NATO/Allied Air Forces. The first of all Stavatti aerospace divisions, the military aerospace group precedes Stavatti Corporation by five years when work began on aircraft that evolved into the SM-36 Stalma: the principal program of Stavatti from 1994 through 2005. The most prolific division of Stavatti, Military Aerospace is unique to the industry, conducting the majority of new military aerospace development programs as privately sponsored, Internal Research and Development commercial ventures to satisfy anticipated defense needs.

A practitioner of Selling What We Make, Stavatti Military Aerospace develops products for Direct Commercial Sale (DCS) to allied customers of the United States as approved by the State Department-Directorate of Defense Trade Controls. Stavatti Military Aerospace focuses upon two primary sectors: Tactical Military Aerospace and Strategic Military Aerospace.

TACTICAL MILITARY AEROSPACE

Stavatti Tactical Military Aerospace is responsible for the design and anticipated production of military aircraft and air weapon systems to satisfy tactical mission requirements. Tactical combat missions have an immediate connection to a battlefield activity. Often conducted against a direct enemy threat, tactical combat missions are traditionally flown by fighters and attack aircraft. The primary mission of the fighter is to achieve air superiority over the battlefield. The primary mission of the attack aircraft is to engage enemy surface forces and provide battlefield support, typically through the delivery of air-to-ground ordnance.

Responsible for ensuring instantaneous air defense to preserve national sovereignty and the frontline projection of air power, Stavatti focuses upon the development and production of the following types of tactical aircraft: Multi-Role Fighter (MRF), Light Weight Fighter (LWF), Air Superiority Fighter (ASF), Air Dominance Fighter (ADF), Close Air Support (CAS), COunter INsurgency (COIN), Forward Air Control (FAC), Basic Trainer (BT), Advanced Trainer (AT), Supersonic Trainer (ST), Lead-In Fighter (LIF), Tactical Airlifter (TA), Tactical Reconnaissance (TR) and Space Superiority Fighters (SSFs).

STRATEGIC MILITARY AEROSPACE

Stavatti Strategic Military Aerospace is responsible for the design and anticipated production of military aircraft and air weapon systems to satisfy strategic mission requirements. Strategic air warfare includes missions conducted against distant targets located deep within enemy territory. Focused upon the destruction of facilities including factories, airfields, launch complexes, shipyards, railways and material bound for the battlefield, strategic missions strike at the enemy’s infrastructure and industrial capacity. In so doing, the purpose of strategic missions is to quench the enemy’s will to fight, thereby eliminating the battlefield and the need for tactical warfare.

Strategic air warfare has traditionally consisted of bomber aircraft performing bombing missions. During the Cold War it became apparent that the concept of strategic air warfare as developed during World War II was obsolete, with the term “strategic bombing” becoming synonymous with nuclear bombing. Since the end of the Cold War, strategic air warfare has once again shifted focus to concentrate upon conventional, rather than nuclear bombing. Hence modern strategic air warfare now focuses upon the use of single or mass bombers to deliver precision guided munitions over long range.

Spanning the entire military aviation market, Stavatti will produce a variety of strategic aircraft types including Heavy Bombers, Medium Bombers, Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), Heavy Airlift/ Transport, Medium Airlift/Transport, MEDEVAC, Inflight-Refueling Tankers, EW Platforms, C3 Platforms, AWACs Platforms, Strategic Reconnaissance (SR) and Prompt Global Strike (PGS) aircraft.

CURRENT AND FUTURE MILITARY AIRCRAFT

Stavatti is now producing legacy military aircraft while also developing a variety of next generation combat aircraft to satisfy the needs of NATO and US allied air forces. Stavatti can offer both existing military aircraft as well as next generation, cutting edge solutions that will offer superior performance, greater efficiency, reduced maintainability and lower flyaway, operating and total lifetime costs than military aircraft provided by other manufacturers. Committed to securing sovereign nations through air superiority and the ability to project air power in times of war, a summary of specific new and legacy military trainer, fighter and attack aircraft solutions is provided:

TRAINERS

Stavatti can provide a spectrum of military training aircraft ranging from established, proven platforms to new design, next generation aircraft. Able to immediately deliver SM-95 Lasta aircraft, Stavatti leverages legacy aircraft to provide near-term immediate solutions. Spearheading the future, Stavatti is developing the Stiletto family of Trainer and LF aircraft to provide tomorrow with a dynamic supersonic solution.

SM-95 LASTA
Aircraft Type: Basic Military Trainer
Seating: Two Seats in Tandem
Powerplant: 1 x AEIO-540-L1B5D Reciprocating Engine with 300 HP
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 2,690 lbs
Maximum Warload: Contact Stavatti
Maximum Level Speed: 186 Ktas
Maximum Range (Internal Fuel): 993 nm
Basic Aircraft Unit Flyaway Cost: Contact Stavatti
Availability: Available For Delivery in 2017
Replaces: TB30 Epsilon, PZL 130 Orlik, SF-260, T35 Pilan

The SM-95 is the Stavatti basic military trainer variant of the UTVA Lasta 95. Produced in Pancevo, Serbia, the SM-95 is a proven trainer that first flew in 2009. Currently in service with the Serbian and Iraqi Air Forces, the SM-95 is equipped with integrated avionics and an all-digital glass panel. The SM-95 is fully aerobatic and offers trailing link landing gear for superior performance from short, unprepared airports. A direct successor to SF260 and similar class trainers, the SM-95 is in production today. Available immediately, the SM-95 first flew as the Lasta 95 in 2009. Now in production, SM-95s are available for delivery.

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JAVELIN T-X
Aircraft Type: Supersonic Trainer (T-X)
Seating: Two Seats in Tandem
Powerplant: 1 x F125 Afterburning Turbofan with 9,850 lbs st
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 12,500 lbs
Maximum Payload:1,700 lbs
Maximum Level Speed: Mach 1.43
Maximum Range (Internal Fuel): 1,665 nm
Basic Aircraft Unit Flyaway Cost: $14 Million
Availability: First Flight in 2019
Replaces: T-38, F-5, F-20, MiG-21, L-15B, JF-17

The Stiletto is an Advanced Pilot Trainer (APT/T-X) and Light Fighter (LF) aircraft . An affordable, high performance military aircraft, the Stiletto is the Stavatti solution to the USAF T-X requirement to provide 350 aircraft to replace the T-38 Supersonic Trainer while also serving as a next generation LF for nations requiring an air defense fighter. A low-observable, 5th generation aircraft, as a LF the single engine Stiletto features an internal weapons bay and an integrated sensor and EW Suite. A replacement for T-38s, F-5s and MiG-21s, the Stiletto T-X and LF are now under development with prototype first flight anticipated in 2020 followed by delivery of certified production aircraft beginning in 2022.

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ATTACK

Stavatti is developing new design attack aircraft.  Stavatti’s next generation solution, the Machete family, is now under development to satisfy attack and close air support missions. These rugged aircraft will be highly maneuverable, extremely survivable and will offer pragmatic attack capability.

SM-27 TURBOPROP MACHETE
Aircraft Type: Close Air Support (CAS)/Attack/COunter-INsurgency (COIN)
Seating: One (SM-27S) to 2 (SM-27T) seats in tandem
Powerplant: 1 x PW150 Turboprop rated to 4,000 SHP
Maximum Takeoff Weight:30,000 lbs
Maximum Warload: 8,000 lbs @ 7.5g
Maximum Level Speed: 400 Ktas
Maximum Range (Internal Fuel): 2,534 nm
Basic Aircraft Unit Flyaway Cost: $15 Million
Availability: First Flight in 2019
Replaces: A-1 Skyraider, A-29/AT-29 ALX, AT-6B Texan II, PC-21, KA-1, OV-10, Su-25

The SM-27S is a Next Generation Close Air Support, Anti-Armor, Precision All-Weather Attack, Counter Insurgency and Advanced Trainer aircraft. Produced in Single Seat (S) and Two Seat Tandem (T) configuration, the SM-27 will have a maximum level speed of over 400 KTAS. Armed with a  30mm cannon able to carry up to 8,500 lbs of ordinance over 2,000 nm the SM-27 is features foam metal sandwich construction for extraordinary survivability. A modern “A-1 Skyraider,” the SM-27 is a Super CAS attack aircraft, offering a new capability for defense against possible future insurgents. The SM-27S/T can also satisfy any roles performed by the OA-10 Warthog and OV-10 Bronco alike, the SM-27 being a replacement for those aircraft. With Canopy Embedded Displays, integrated avionics and comprehensive countermeasures, the SM-27 is now under development with prototype first flight anticipated in 2020 followed by delivery of production aircraft beginning in 2022.

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SM-28 TURBOFAN MACHETE
Aircraft Type: Close Air Support (CAS)/Anti-Armor/Attack
Seating: One (SM-28S) to 2 (SM-28T) seats in tandem
Powerplant: 1 x F414 Non-Afterburning Turbofan with 14,756 lbs st
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 36,000 lbs
Maximum Warload: 12,000 lbs @ 7.5g
Maximum Level Speed: Mach 0.85+
Maximum Range (Internal Fuel): 1,394 nm
Basic Aircraft Unit Flyaway Cost: $20 Million
Availability: First Flight in 2020
Replaces: A-10 Warthog, Su-25 Frogfoot, A-4,T-4, A-37, Hawk, Scorpion, M-346, L-39

The SM-28 is a single engine non-afterburning turbofan powered Attack, CAS, Anti-Armor, Strike, Interdiction and Lead-In Trainer aircraft. Armed with a 30mm cannon and able to carry 12,000 lbs of stores, the SM-28 will be produced in single (S) and two seat tandem (T) configurations and offer a maximum speed of over 0.85 Mach with a tactical radius of over 700 nm on internal fuel. Heavily armored and benefiting from foam metal sandwich construction, the SM-28S can replace A-10s with greater efficiency and survivability. The SM-28 can also serve as an alternative to the F/A-35 in the attack/CAS role. The SM-28T can also serve as a replacement for advanced trainers worldwide. The SM-28 is now under development with prototype first flight anticipated in 2020 followed by delivery of certified production aircraft beginning in 2023.

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FIGHTERS

Stavatti is developing next generation fighter aircraft to satisfy air superiority and air dominance roles. Including both non-stealth fighters for affordable general export as well as sixth generation low-observable aircraft, Stavatti is offering the Stiletto LF Light Fighter, the SM-47 Super Machete Air Defense Fighter, the SM-36 Stalma Multi-Role Fighter and the SM-39 Razor Air Dominance Fighter. Incorporating advanced construction, avionics, sensors, and weaponry, Stavatti fighters will deliver the greatest overall value of any comparable aircraft in their class.

JAVELIN LF
Aircraft Type: Light Fighter (LF)
Seating: Single Seat
Powerplant: 1 x AI-322-30F Afterburning Turbofan with 11,023 lbs st
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 20,000 lbs
Maximum Payload:7,700 lbs
Maximum Level Speed: Mach 1.60
Maximum Range (Internal Fuel): 1,491 nm
Basic Aircraft Unit Flyaway Cost: $19 Million
Availability: First Flight in 2019
Replaces: F-5, F-20, MiG-21, L-15B, JF-17

The Stiletto LF is the Light Fighter variant of the Stiletto T-X Advanced Pilot Trainer (APT). An affordable, high performance military aircraft, the Stiletto LF is a next generation Light Fighter for nations requiring an air defense fighter. A low-observable, 5th generation aircraft, as a LF the single engine Stiletto features an internal weapons bay and an integrated sensor and EW Suite. A replacement for F-5s and MiG-21s, the Stiletto LF is now under development with prototype first flight anticipated in 2020 followed by delivery of certified production aircraft beginning in 2022.

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SM-47 SUPER MACHETE
Aircraft Type: Air Defense Fighter (ADF) and Strike Fighter (SF)
Seating: Single Seat (S) or Two Seat Tandem (T)
Powerplant: 1 x F414 EPE Afterburning Turbofan with 26,600 lbs st
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 36,000 lbs
Maximum Warload:12,000 lbs
Maximum Level Speed: Mach 2.27
Maximum Range (Internal Fuel): 1,420 nm
Basic Aircraft Unit Flyaway Cost: $25 Million
Availability: First Flight in 2021
Replaces: F-16A/B/C/D, F/A-18A/B/C/D, JAS-39, MiG-29A, T-50

The SM-47 is a single engine afterburning turbofan powered single seat Air Defense Fighter (S) and two seat tandem (T) Strike Fighter. A super-maneuverable aircraft with Forward Swept Wings, the SM-47 has a Mach 2.27 maximum level speed and a tactical radius on internal fuel of 800 nm. Armed with a 20mm cannon and 9 external hardpoints to carry 12,000 lbs, the SM-47S/T is a readily exportable non-stealth aircraft that will outperform the JAS-39. Serving as a low cost, non-stealth alternative to the F/A-35 in the fighter role the SM-47 can satisfy both F-16 and F/A-18 missions as well. The SM-47 is now under development with prototype first flight anticipated in 2021 followed by delivery of certified production aircraft beginning in 2023.

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SM-47 T-X
Aircraft Type: Advanced Pilot Trainer (APT) and Supersonic Trainer (ST)
Seating: Two Seat Tandem (T)
Powerplant: 1 x F414 EPE Afterburning Turbofan with 26,600 lbs st
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 21,500 lbs
Maximum Payload:600 lbs
Maximum Level Speed: Mach 2.27
Maximum Range (Internal Fuel): 1,359 nm
Basic Aircraft Unit Flyaway Cost: $20 Million
Availability: First Flight in 2021
Replaces: F-16N, T-50, M346, L-15B, Boeing T-X

The SM-47 T-X is the Advanced Pilot Trainer (APT), Supersonic Trainer (ST) and Dissimilar Air Combat Training (DACT) variant of the Super Machete. Powered by a single afterburning turbofan, the SM-47 T-X is a two-seat tandem aircraft that will meet JPATS cases 1-8. Originally designed to satisfy the USAF T-X requirement, the SM-47 T-X offers supermaneuverability, a Mach 2.2 maximum level speed and a tactical radius of 661 nm. Designed for training the SM-47 T-X does not carry an internal cannon and typically operates without carriage of external stores pylons. Now under development the SM-47 T-X prototype will take to the skies in 2021 followed by delivery of certified production aircraft beginning in 2023.

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SM-36 STALMA
Aircraft Type: Multi-Role Fighter (MRF)
Seating: Single Seat
Powerplant: 1 x E1400 Variable Cycle Afterburning Turbofan with 52,500 lbs st
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 65,000 lbs
MaximumWarload: 20,000 lbs
Maximum Level Speed: Mach 2.6+
Maximum Range (Internal Fuel): 2,324 nm
Basic Aircraft Unit Flyaway Cost: $50 Million
Availability: First Flight in 2024
Replaces: F/A-35A/C, Rafale, F/A-18E/F, F-16 ,Typhoon, MiG-29, JAS 39

The SM-36 Stalma is a single engine, afterburning turbofan powered, Lo-Observable Air Superiority and Multi-Role Fighter. Equipped with variable geometry swing wings, canard foreplanes, internal weapons carriage and thrust vectoring exhaust nozzles, the SM-36 is a Mach 2.6+, super-maneuverable, supercruise fighter intended to replace F/A-18E/Fs and F/A-35s. Offering a lower RCS, superior avionics and powerplants and greater performance than the F/A-35, the SM-36 is now being reimagined by Stavatti as a sixth generation fighter. The new SM-36 configuration will be publicly released in December 2017. Engineered to meet near term next generation fighter needs to fill immediate capability gaps, SM-36 prototype first flight is scheduled for 2024, however, deliveries of the SM-36 could begin as early as 2025 for procurement contracts signed before 2020, corresponding to an accelerated development schedule to address customer needs.

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SM-39 RAZOR
Aircraft Type: Air Superiority/Air Dominance Fighter (ADF)
Seating: Single Seat
Powerplant: 2 x E1400 VCE Afterburning Turbofan with 100,000 lbs combined thrust
Maximum Takeoff Weight: 100,000 lbs
Maximum Warload: 24,000 lbs
Maximum Level Speed: Mach 4.0+
Maximum Range (Internal Fuel): 2,065 nm
Basic Aircraft Unit Flyaway Cost: $90 Million
Availability: First Flight in 2027
Replaces: F-22, F-15, F-14, F-111, Su-27, Su-24

The SM-39 Razor is a sixth generation twin engine Air Superiority and Air Dominance Fighter. A Penetrating Counter Air solution and Fighter Bomber, the SM-39 is designed for both land and carrier based operations. Powered by two next generation variable cycle afterburning turbofans, the SM-39 will have a maximum level speed in excess of Mach 4.0, a tactical radius greater than 1,100 nm, internal weapons carriage, possible directed energy weapons, supercruise and super-maneuverability. The SM-39 will replace F/A-22 Raptors, F-15s and Su-27s.The SM-39 design is currently being optimized for improved high speed aerodynamics, reduced over-pressure sonic boom and enhanced low observability characteristics including active signature reduction. The new SM-39 configuration will be publicly released in December 2017. Now under development, the SM-39 prototype is anticipated to roll-out in 2027 for service entry by 2030. Deliveries of the SM-39 could begin as early as 2028 for procurement contracts signed before 2020, corresponding to an accelerated development schedule to address customer needs.

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