DEFENSE INFRASTRUCTURE: Central Training Funding Projected to Remain Stable During 1997-2003.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE WASHINGTON DC NATIONAL SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS DIV
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This report highlights trends in the central training infrastructure that Congress can use in its deliberations on the Defense budget and the direction of Defense central training programs and initiatives. We present service trends and their explanations for those trends. We did not validate the services explanations for the trends, although they generally appear to be consistent with the trends. Nor did we compare trends across the services because the training categories do not contain the some programs and activities within each service, and this might distort the comparisons. Central training programs include individual training activities such as new personnel training, skill and proficiency training, initial pilot and navigator training, management of the central training system, and the support of central training installations.
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