TRENDS IN AIRCREW ATTITUDES AND JOB-SATISFACTION: A TWO-YEAR STUDY.
Final rept. Dec 66-Dec 67,
SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE BROOKS AFB TEX
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Data from the third group of line aircrewmen airmen and officers in the Military Airlift Command MAC were compared with those from each of two earlier MAC groups to reveal the presence, direction, and magnitude of any trends in the problem areas represented by the survey items. The analyses of the data revealed that, among aircrewmen, 1 both officers and airmen were away from home fewer days per month even though they made more TDY trips 2 airmen reported an increased ability to take planned days off and 3 excessive ramp-pounding time is still a problem of major concern. Author
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations