Investigation of the effects of increased flying hours on Naval Postgraduate School aviator skill, knowledge, and satisfaction: a comparative analysis.
Hanley, Michael Joseph.
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Data reflecting the knowledge, skill, and satisfaction of aviators in combat readiness training (CRT) flight status, was collected. The aviator sample consisted of one group flying the T-1A aircraft at a rate of 4-hours per month and another flying 8-hours per month. The data collection methods are described, and the results and conclusions from a comparative analysis are presented.
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