Transfer of Training Effectiveness Evaluation (T2E2): U.S. Navy Device 2B35.
Final rept. Oct 77-May 79,
SEVILLE RESEARCH CORP PENSACOLA FL
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This report describes a four-phase transfer to training effectiveness evaluation T2E2 for Navy Device 2B35. Device 2B35 is a computer-generated image visual display system that is used in the Advanced Jet phase of Navy Undergraduate Pilot Training UPT. The 2B35 is used in integration with the 2F90 simulator for the TA-4J aircraft. In Phase I of the effort, an evaluation plan was developed in which the training effectiveness of Device 2B35 WAS TO BE INVEStigated for the Familiarization, FAM, Night Familiarization NF, Weapons WEP, and Carrier Qualification CFLPCQ stages of Advanced Jet training. The design involved a control group at each stage and two simulator groups at FAM, NF, and CQ stages and one simulator group at the WEP stage. The two simulator groups at FAM, NF, and CQ stages received differing amounts of simulator instruction. Subjects were 60 student Naval aviators undergoing training at Chase Field, Texas. Special objective grade forms were developed for the gathering of both simulator and inflight performance data. Phase II was the data gathering effort, while Phases III and IV involved data analysis and reporting.
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