Air Force Aircrew Training Devices. Master Plan.
AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Aircrew training in the United States Air Force is addressed from the viewpoint of devices and technologies that are essential to aircrew proficiency, effectiveness and operational readiness. Major operating commands provided current and projected requirements for aircrew training devices for incorporation into formal training programs together with estimates of their impact on flight training. The impact of the instructional systems development ISD process on each major operating commands training program is discussed. Issues surrounding the use of platform motion systems are addressed together with the Air Forces initiatives to resolve these issues. Air Force organizational responsibilities are presented and institutional and management problems are delineated. Air Force R and D and acquisition programs and schedules are shown, and an initial attempt is made at diagrammatically depicting the interactions of these programs. Author
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