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COMMANDER'S KATUSA PROGRAM CHECKLIST
Exploratory study 40, research by-product
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV ALEXANDRIA VA HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH OFFICE
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This Checklist was designed to help commanders in Korea, primarily at the company, battery, and troop level, review in detail the policies and practices involved in their units implementation in the Program of Korean Augmentation to the U.S. Army KATUSA. It consists of two interrelated components the Checklist Summary, which is a memory aid in the form of brief yes-no questions covering the detailed topics and the Checklist Guide, which gives the commander information on where to go and what to look for in supervising his units KATUSA program. Official policies and required procedures are summarized and documented inclosures provide auxiliary information or explanation. The Checklist can be used for self-instructional purposes in familiarizing or orienting personnel to the program. The format is designed so that the Checklist may be updated and revised without being republished. Potentially, such a checklist system could be used for complex operational activities such as supply, maintenance, or food service, as well as on programs like KATUSA.
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