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Aircraft Age Chart

Last Revised: February 28, 2017, 11:20 am
Description: 
  • Once aircraft reach their service life, the Service Life Assessment Program (SLAP) is initiated to ascertain the material condition of the aircraft.
  • The Service Life Extension Plan (SLEP) will extend service life where applicable.

Source: NAVAIR 6.0

AV-8BEA-6BFA-18AFA-18CFA-18DKC-130JKC-130TAH-1WAH-1ZCH-46ECH-53EUH-1NUH-1YMV-22B
AVERAGE EQUIPMENT AGE172627212072423245254134
PROGRAM SERVICE LIFE1520151515383830365041362823
AGE OF OLDEST IN INVENTORY2441282525122935446314169
AV-8BEA-6BFA-18AFA-18CFA-18DKC-130JKC-130TAH-1WAH-1ZCH-46ECH-53EUH-1NUH-1YMV-22B
REPLACEMENTF-35F-35F-35F-35F-35N/AKC-130JAH-1ZN/AMV-22CH-53KUH-1YN/AN/A
IOC2014-152014-152014-152014-152014-15N/A20052011N/A200720202008N/AN/A
FOC20252025202520252025N/A20272020N/A201820262015N/AN/A
  • About Concepts and Programs

    The vision of the Concepts and Programs project is to provide political and military leaders with timely, accurate, and relevant information. The Concepts and Programs project is the premier strategic communications vessel the Marine Corps relies on to inform Congress, the Office of Secretary of Defense, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Think Tanks about the Corps’ vision.