A manpower model for determining C school requirements.
Jorgensen, Pamela A.
Milch, Paul R.
Whipple, David R.
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This thesis proposes an alternative to the Navy's current procedures for granting quotas for advanced formal training or "C" school. The amount of specialized skill training taught in "C" schools and the costs associated with it have greatly increased over the past years. This thesis proposes an effective method for ensuring that a cost efficient number of personnel are trained in "C" schools. A Markov Chain model is developed utilizing data from the Enlisted Master Record to predict a force inventory of "C" school graduates. The inventory projection shows how "C" school graduates will be distributed among paygrade and use of subspecialty. "C" school planners can use the model to predict changes in the inventory due to changes in "C" school assignments.
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