An analysis of enlisted recruit processing flows
Corsey, John William, Jr.
Arima, James K.
Neil, Douglas E.
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Information concerning the processing of Navy enlisted applicants was collected and analyzed to determine actual processing flows and to determine whether the size of a recruiting station, the distance of a recruiting station from the processing AFEES, or the particular AFEES being processed through played a significant role in the determination of processing flows and processing times. It was found that neither the size of a recruiting station nor the distance from the processing AFEES were significant factors. The particular AFEES being processed through was a significant factor in determining computed times until police checks were returned and times for overall flows after recruiter-responsible events were completed. It was found that the Fresno AFEES recorded a significantly higher percentage of applicants placed in a temporary medical rejection than the other AFEES. It was found that all recruiters process applicants using the same general sequence of events and the recruiters spend about the same amount of time actually processing applicants.
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