Interservice Technology Transfer of J-79 Jet Engine Mechanic Performance Measures.
Interim rept. Apr 82-Feb 87,
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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An Air Force technology for testing J-79 jet engine mechanics was adapted and transferred to the naval services. Significant time and cost savings were realized in this successful prototype venture. Excluding the pretest, the Air Force job performance measurement method required 18 months to develop and cost approximately 143, 000 for contractor service and travel. An additional 107,300 was paid for civilian employee and active duty labor and travel. Transfer of the Air Force JPMS required only 6 months and cost approximately 53,500. Contract salaries, travel, and other expenses totaled 46,000. Civilian and active duty man hours and travel accounted for approximately 7,500. Keywords Testing technology, interservice work.
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