Analysis of Training Requirements in the Landing Force Training Commands
Final rept. 26 Jan-30 Aug 1973
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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A study was conducted to develop recommendations for the improvement of training methods, equipment, and facilities at the Landing Force Training Commands LFTCs, Atlantic and Pacific. Information was obtained through review of relevant documentation, interviews and conferences, and on-site visits to both LFTCs. Major conclusions of the study are that implementation of the systems approach to course design would be a major step in the improvement of LFTC course design methods, greater use of mediated presentations may increase the efficiency of mobile training teams, and computer system simulation technology could be employed to provide training for users of the new automated support systems currently being implemented in the amphibious community. Appropriate recommendations are provided.
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