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BIOASTRONAUTICS STUDY OF B-58 MAINTENANCE TRAINING. CATEGORY III SYSTEM OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION
AIR PROVING GROUND CENTER EGLIN AFB FLA
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This study is one of a series of studies conducted by the Bioastronautics Office, APGC, during the Category III System Operational Test and Evaluation of the B-58 Weapon System. The primary purpose of this study was to evaluate the training received by maintenance personnel assigned to the 43rd Bombardment Wing Medium, Carswell AFB, Texas, and to determine the adequacy of this training relative to support of a B-58 tactical wing. The study was limited to the career fields in which most of the maintenance personnel are working. An analysis was made of personnel records, returns from questionnaires, and surveys of the various training facilities. Specific recommendations were then prepared for improving B-58 maintenance training. Author
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