AIRTOURS: Application of an Interactive Computer Model to Analyze the Manpower Requirements and Operational Tour Opportunities of the Aviation Warfare Community.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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This thesis presents application of an interactive computer model designed for more efficient utilization of available manpower within the Aviation Warfare Community. Officer Master Billet File data are analyzed for the purpose of determining relevant aviation input parameters in five aviation subcommunities, including prop pilots, prop NFOs, jet pilots, jet NFOs, and helo pilots. Specific operational tour structures are defined for each subcommunity and current information for officer inventory and operational billet requirements is used to calculate operational and command tour opportunities or shortfalls for specific tour positions over projected fiscal years for each subcommunity. Model capability is demonstrated by adjusting organization requirements, billet requirements, grade requirements, and tour positions. The model confirms serious aviation shortfalls and provides analysts with the ability to test various manpower planning alternatives. Author
- Administration and Management
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Computer Programming and Software