Job-related perceptions of naval aviators
Johnson, Mary Dorothy
McGonigal, Richard A.
Creighton, John W.
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Job-related perceptions of naval aviators are explored. Perceptions and attitudes which may be counterproductive to the needs of the Navy and to the well-being of the individual aviator are investigated using personal interviews. Emphasis is placed on identifying differences within the naval aviation community. Recommendations to correct some of the problems are made.
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