Naval Pilot Training System Study. Volume I. Basic Report.
SINGER CO BINGHAMTON N Y SIMULATION PRODUCTS DIV
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The study defined a cost effective program for training Naval fixed-wing pilots during the 1974-1986 time frame. It identified requirements for the Undergraduate Pilot Training program anticipated for that period, and evaluated elements of the current program, and the education and training technologies for their ability to economically fulfill them. The behavior objectives of the future program were defined through the analysis of the flight tasks trained in the present program, likely to be relevant in the future. Major system elements having significant impact on the development of these objectives were identified, and recommendations developed for restructuring the program to reduce cost while maintaining current levels of pilot proficiency. Author Modified Abstract
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