Accession Number : ADA193373
Title : Enhancing Productivity in Naval Aviation Training in a Market of Changing Demographics.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. 1 Sep 85-31 Dec 86,
Corporate Author : JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV BALTIMORE MD CENTER FOR SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF SCHOOLS
Personal Author(s) : Braddock, Jomills H , II ; Crain, Robert L ; Taylor, Marylee C ; Wu, Shi-Chang
PDF Url : ADA193373
Report Date : 01 Mar 1988
Pagination or Media Count : 310
Abstract : This study analyzes CNATRA Automated Training Jackets, a new survey of NASC accessions, and extensive structured interview data to: 1) describe the complex flow of Student Naval Aviators (SNAs) through the various paths of the aviation training pipeline in terms of attrition/completion patterns and training times; 2) examine the extent to which technical major and AQT/FAR scores predict training success for Student Naval Flight Officers (SNFOs) and Student Naval Pilots (SNPs), respectively; 3) analyze differences in the training outcomes for minority and nonminority candidates; 4) develop a new survey instrument for Naval Aviation Schools Command (NASC) that provides detailed biographical information on naval aviation accessions; 5) establish an automated data base that collates information from the accession survey with performance data, for the purpose of monitoring trends and identifying background and experiential indicators for the 'whole-man' concept in naval aviation recruitment and selection; 6) recommend enhancement in recruitment, selection, and the training process which can reduce failures and increase efficiency while maintaining the high quality that is the hallmark of naval aviation; 7) outline promising strategies for further research, including potential experiments as well as analyses of automated data bases.
Descriptors : *NAVAL AVIATION, *NAVAL TRAINING, AERONAUTICS, ATTRITION, AUTOMATION, BIOGRAPHIES, DATA BASES, FLIGHT CREWS, FLIGHT TRAINING, FLOW, INDICATORS, INSTRUMENTATION, INTERVIEWING, JACKETS, MONITORING, NAVAL PERSONNEL, NAVY, OFFICER PERSONNEL, PATTERNS, PILOTS, PRODUCTIVITY, RECRUITING, SCHOOLS, SCORING, STUDENTS, SURVEYS, TRAINING, DEMOGRAPHY
Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Humanities and History
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE