Enlistment standards as applied to the Navy selection process with reference to the Signalman and Radioman ratings
Gagner, Brenda M.
Chmiel, Patricia A.
McGarvey, William E.
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Ihe purpose ox this thesis is to develop manpower selection models to improve the Navy's system of assigning personnel tc the Signalman (Sli) and Radioman (RM) ratings. four Eultivariate models using "success" ana "failure" as criterion variables were developed. The criterion was comprised of; months of total active federal military service (lAFMSI) , achieved Z-4 (ACHVDE4) and recommended for re-enlistment (E1IGRIUPJ . Predictor variables were derived from personal biographical and aptitude data available at enlistment. Cf the models developed , one was designed for application to the entire Signalman rating, another for the entire Radiciai rating. The third model is for application tc the white male segment of the Signalman rating; the fourth, to the white male segment of the Radioman rating. Additionally, the study highlights the link with current seiecticc procedures and characteristics and tneir possible effect cc manpower modeling. The cohort used in the study entered the Navy in 1976, 1977 and 1S73. Results and recommendations for future research are alsc presented.
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