EVALUATION OF A PROPOSED INSTRUMENT SEQUENCE: PART II. BASIC NON-INSTRUMENT PROFICIENCY.
NAVAL SCHOOL OF AVIATION MEDICINE PENSACOLA FLA
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The report evaluates the training effectiveness of a proposed integrated instrument syllabus by comparing experimental integrated and control groups with respect to criteria of proficiency in the tactical, gunnery, FCLP, and carrier qualification phases of basic training, and the measures of over-all basic proficiency. The purpose is to determine whether the introduction of instrument instruction early in basic training during acrobatic stage either facilitates or interferes with the acqusition of skills in these phases of training. Findings indicate that the integrated instrument syllabus had a facilitative effect on several available gross measurements of noninstrument flight proficiency.