Feasibility of new selection criteria for the Villard C. Sledge Award
Clute, Richard A.
Creighton, John W.
Lyons, Norman R.
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The Villard C. Sledge Memorial Maintenance Award is a valuable tool to maintain maintenance excellence and morale within the naval aviation community. This annual award is given to selected Intermediate Maintenance Activities for each model engine within each degree of maintenance. This thesis evaluates the data sources used in the selection of the award, including those from organizational through intermediate level maintenance. The use of the three degree maintenance concept in the evaluation is discussed. The Maintenance Data System is described with emphasis on the data flow. It is concluded that the award criteria for each selection is satisfactory at this time and should only be changed by reducing the number of engines inducted for First and Second Degree maintenance in the selection criteria.
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