A basic approach to evaluating and predicting VP crew performance.
King, Edward Francis
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A basic approach to the problem of evaluating or predicting a crew's performance for the VT community is presented. The method uses an application of multiple regression analysis techniques to a model which has training parameters as its variables. The results would allow the squadron or wing commanding officer to predict a crew's performance before the actual flight and to determine how to allocate training time for the squadron.
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