A search for factors causing training costs to rise by examining the U.S. Navy's AT, AW, and AX ratings during their first enlistment period
Aiu, Eugene K.
Boger, Dan C.
Read, Robert R.
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Training costs have increased in the U.S. Navy. This study examines accession data to determine if the following events caused training costs to rise; length of basic training, attrition, and amount of specialized training. The examination of these issues is restricted to three enlisted ratings, AT, AW, and AX. The time frame encompasses year group's 77 through 84. On the basis of this limited study, there is no reason to associate these three variables with increased costs.
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