Financial challenges and responsibilities in the management of the Navy Flying Hour Program at the squadron level
Jones, Lawrence R.
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There have been numerous graduate research projects written about the Navy Flying Hour Program at the Department of Navy (DoN) level on down the chain of Command to the TYCOM level. But there is no research regarding the FHP in terms of how it is done and its affects and consequences at the squadron level The primary purpose of this professional report is to bring to light the challenges faced by the squadron and the many obstacles that the Material Control Officer (MCO) has to overcome in meeting the demands set by Commander Naval Air Forces (CNAF) regarding the FHP. Due to the level of inexperience of Aviation Maintenance Officers graduating from Aviation Maintenance Officer School (AMO) who are tasked with the responsibilities as the squadron MCO, this professional report will serve as a reference source both at the micro (squadron) and macro (CNAF and DoN) levels of operation to increase understanding of the funds management process and, consequently, to improve such management.
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