An Evaluation of the Training Requirements of Army National Guard Aviators. Phase 1. Analysis of Questionnaire Data
Interim rept. May 1983-Jun 1985
ANACAPA SCIENCES INC FORT RUCKER AL
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Army National Guard aviators must meet the same aviation training requirements as active Army aviators. During the past 10 years, the training requirements have significantly increased yet, the amount of time allocated for ARNG aviators to meet the requirements has remained relatively constant. To determine if the aviators need additional allocated training time, a survey was conducted. The survey indicates that ARNG aviators perceive the time allocated for meeting their current training requirements to be generally inadequate. The aviators are willing to spend additional paid time to meet the requirements and are unwilling to spend additional nonpaid time. The major obstacles to meeting the requirements are an insufficient number of flight hours, unavailability of instructor pilots IPs, and an insufficient amount of personal time. The data suggest that additional time is needed to meet the training requirements. Information about the amount of time needed will be provided by the Phase II training log survey.
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