F-14 Instructional System Development Program.
Final rept. Aug 77-Sep 80,
VEDA INC ARLINGTON VA
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The F-14 Aircrew Instructional Systems Development project consisted of a complete revision of a training system using MIL-T-29053, Training Requirements for Aviation Weapon Systems. This project was the first large scale application and validation of the Military Specification. The project consisted of a complete redesign of the F-14 pilot and Naval Flight Officer training syllabi. Starting with an existing task listing, learning objectives were developed and organized into prerequisite hierarchies. These learning objectives were then segregated and grouped to form the training events of the syllabi. A delivery system was defined on the basis of an in-depth training support requirements analysis. The delivery system was based exclusively on already existing media resources and optimized the use of instructor time by reducing instructor involvement in academics and increasing the amount of simulator training. The lesson specification as an intermediate step between syllabus event definition and course material production proved to be an efficient design step. The project resulted in an up-to-date training system designed specifically to meet the unique requirements of the two user squadrons and capable of being maintained by those squadrons. The project also demonstrated the basic validity of the military specification and the corresponding data item descriptions. Several recommendations were made and subsequently incorporated in these regulatory documents. Author
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