Development of a Computer-Managed Readiness Assessment System.
Final rept. Jul 82-Sep 84,
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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Readiness of operational units, especially Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron TWO VQ-2, is difficult to assess, particularly during operational cycles when the units are fulfilling their missions. This effort was conducted to develop a readiness training assessment system for VQ-2 to provide accurate, timely, and efficient assessments of the operational readiness of aircrew personnel while maintaining the highest possible state of readiness to perform the squadrons mission. The readiness training system for maintaining readiness and training data for VQ-2 aircrew personnel consists of 1 a matrix for the EP-3E and the EA-3B aircraft of all the events that affect the readiness of the personnel assigned to the 10 crew positions in the EP-3E and the 5 crew positions in the EA-3B for each of the four VQ-2 mission area 2 a computer-managed system to enter, process, store, and produce the readiness training manual that contains all VQ-2s references on training and readiness. Keywords Management information systems TRIMTraining Readiness Information Manager. Author
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