MANPOWER ALLOCATION MODEL. VOLUME I.
LITTON SYSTEMS INC MONTEREY CALIF MELLONICS SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT DIV
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A model was developed within the framework of Project Activity Analysis to represent a typical Naval Air Training Facility and perhaps other establishments. The objective was predicting least-cost manning levels in various labor skill categories required to produce trained pilots in predetermined numbers. The model includes restrictions on the number of personnel available in various labor skill categories as well as additional policy constraints and assumes linear relationships among the labor inputs, intermediate products, and the trained pilot outputs expressed in terms of components of technology vectors. This model was specifically applied to NAS Saufley, Whiting, and Ellyson with the CNATRA pilot training rate varying from 2000 to 4000 pilots annually, in increments of 250. Author
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