Technology transfer as applied to Chief radiomen in the U.S. Navy and compared to Naval officers of the Civil Engineering Corps
Fontz, Charles R.
Shoemaker, Michael P.
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The main emphasis of this study was a comparison of the results of the survey administered to the Chief Radiomen of the U.S. Navy to the results of the study given to the Civil Engineering Corps Officers. It was hypothesized that in terms of technology transfer, in general, Chief Radiomen are no different from any other general population.
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