Navy Recruit Training Optimization, Post 1980. Phase I: Current Assessment and Concept for the Future.
Rept. for 1 May 75-1 May 76,
TRAINING ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION GROUP (NAVY) ORLANDO FL
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This report covers the first phase of a three phase project conducted under TAEGs Recruit Training Optimization project. The purpose of the project is to develop a design for optimizing the recruit training program to meet the needs of the Navy during the 1980s. At issue is how to most efficiently provide the Fleet with a qualified recruit graduate while minimizing the training resources required. This report provides a curriculum design for optimizing the Navy Recruit Training program to meet the operational Fleet needs during the post 1980s. It is based upon analyses of current training late 1975, published future Navy operational requirements and demographics related to the typical recruit profile of the 1980 decade. The curriculum design recommends a system approach to indoctrination training for newly enlisted personnel to produce an initially qualified seaman. The resulting curriculum will be responsive to evolving Fleet requirements and a changing recruit profile.
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