The Fleet Support community : meeting its mission in the 21st century
Murdy, Deanna M.
William D. Hatch.
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This thesis evaluates the effectiveness of the Fleet Support community's management practices in meeting the dynamic changes in the complex fleet support arena, while increasing its value to the Navy in the future. The Fleet Support community's mission statement was used as a benchmark in the evaluation process. Data on billet base management, accession policies, education and the detailing process were evaluated against the mission statement to determine the extent to which these practices support it. The results of the study indicate that current practices provide limited support in meeting the Fleet Support community's mission statement.
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