Common Aircrew Training Report AFSC 11XXX.
Occupational survey rept.
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT CENTER RANDOLPH AFB TX
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The purpose of this report is to provide occupational survey data to use in assessing the feasibility of establishing a centralized undergraduate enlisted aircrew technical school. Fifty-eight precent 4,226 of aircrew specialties 111XO, 112XO, 113XOB, 113XOC, 114XO, and 115XO were surveyed to determine commonality of tasks performed. The final sample included representative command groups. Training emphasis and task difficulty ratings were collected from senior aircraft members to help identify common training requirements. Survey data highlighted some common tasks appropriate for an enlisted undergraduate aircrew course. Data also indicated 115XO personnel have different training requirements than the other aircrew specialties. Further, survey results indicated a large amount of overlap between the common aircrew tasks performed by the aircrew AFSs surveyed. Task factor data indicated that tasks with higher percentage of members performing also received high training emphasis rankings and warrant inclusion in a common aircrew school. Some areas of the proposed course outline are well supported by survey data. However, many of the areas are knowledge areas and cannot be evaluated. Author
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