Accession Number : AD0453923


Title :   A DESCRIPTION OF WORK FLOW IN SUPPORT OF A HAWK MISSILE SYSTEM,


Corporate Author : GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV ALEXANDRIA VA HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH OFFICE


Personal Author(s) : Shriver,Edgar L ; Trexler,Robert C ; Hibbits,Francis L ; Lodge,Robert ; Gillson,Peter


Report Date : Nov 1964


Pagination or Media Count : 66


Abstract : This report describes actions which occur in a HAWK training unit. The descriptive model utilized was selected from several models developed or partially developed by the research staff. The criterion implicitly used in selecting this model is one which has been used to judge task analyses since their origin in 1952, namely, sufficiency for training a naive person to accomplish the job. The model represents only a preliminary step toward the Task objective. The model(s) will be generalized to other electronic maintenance units and time-cost data will be added during the research activity. The research objective is to develop a method for studying electronics maintenance units to determine how their organization, operation, and input conditions interact to affect unit output. The technique will be designed for use in developing new organizational and operational structures for units of this general type, evaluating these structures in terms of unit effectiveness and deriving training requirements for the individuals of the unit. (Author)


Descriptors :   *GUIDED MISSILE PERSONNEL , MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL , SURFACE TO AIR MISSILES , ANTIMISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS , ANTIAIRCRAFT DEFENSE SYSTEMS , MILITARY PERSONNEL , MILITARY TRAINING , JOB ANALYSIS , PERFORMANCE(HUMAN) , MATHEMATICAL MODELS


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE