A measure of maintenance training/qualification readiness and its impact on billet life cycle cost
Butler, James Paul
Blankenship, John Doyle
Elster, Richard S.
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This thesis identifies a means of computing the dollar value loss -From enlisted maintenance personnel training/qualification degradation. This Mas accomplished by reviewing existing manpower and training requirements, establishing a measure of Activity Maintenance Department Training/Qualification Effectiveness, and adjusting Billet Life Cycle Cost by the degree of training/qualification deviation. The precepts of this thesis have application beyond the aviation maintenance community.
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