Aviation Simulation Master Plan, Phase I. Volume I.
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This report describes the Phase I results of the two-stage development of a master plan for the management, operation, and support of the Navys aviation simulation program for flight training. Phase 1 describes and analyzes the existing system, and identifies missing elements and areas wherein improvements may be possible. Phase 2 will involve development of criteria for an optimum simulation plan, the preparation of plans of action and milestones to resolve the problems identified in Phase 1 and an update of the Phase 1 data. The master plan will be a consolidation of the Phase 1 and Phase 2 efforts. The objectives of the Phase 1 report are to provide a source document for management information and to present an overview of the planning, programming, and budgeting system for major aviation operator training devices. The report covers the Navys R and D program for simulation and the process for establishing operational requirements for major aviation training devices. The planningprogrammingbudgeting process for simulators and the procurement and production actions required are described in detail. The report documents the system used in the management of operation and support of flight simulators. In addition, extensive background information and detailed program data are provided in the appendices. Author
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