Accession Number : AD0480838

Title :   THE PROJECTED EFFECTS OF ELECTRONIC DEVELOPMENTS ON NAVY PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS DURING THE PERIOD 1965 - 1980.

Corporate Author : BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL WASHINGTON D C PERSONNEL RESEARCH DIV

Report Date : AUG 1963

Pagination or Media Count : 37

Abstract : The technical personnel requirements of the contemporary Navy present an important problem which is constantly expanding due to the Navy's increasing dependence on electronic equipment, the increasing variety of electronic applications, and the increasing complexity of the systems which evolve. The advanced planning which is necessary to catch up with and get ahead of this problem during the 1965 - 1980 period must begin with the best information presently available on the projected state of the electronic art within the Navy during this period. A description of the projected electronic state of the art is presented along with a predicted schedule of electronic progress within the Navy. From this basic information are derived implications for work requirements, qualification requirements, the personnel classification structure, personnel assignment and career planning, selection, and training for officer and enlisted personnel.

Descriptors :   (*NAVAL PERSONNEL, *NAVAL TRAINING), (*ELECTRONICS, *NAVAL TRAINING), (*ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS, MILITARY REQUIREMENTS), MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL, JOB ANALYSIS, CLASSIFICATION, OFFICER PERSONNEL, SELECTION, MICROELECTRONICS, ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

Subject Categories : Humanities and History

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE