Development and Application of a Task Taxonomy for Tactical Flying. Volume I.
Final rept. Dec 76-Mar 78,
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A taxonomy of tactical flying skills was developed as a user oriented skill-task analysis system for practical application in solving Tactical Air Command continuation training problems and for a behavioral data base for skill maintenance and reacquisition training research and development. Sixteen representative tactical air-to-air and air-to-surface maneuvers were analyzed and classified within the system, with provision for later expansion. A classification system was developed to accommodate the complexities of tactical flying. A data system was organized with sufficient flexibility to objectively address many areas of tacticlal flying. A data system was organized with sufficient flexibility to objectively address many areas of tactical flying. The taxonomy system also included methodology for addressing on-going training problems and requirements. Author
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