Debriefing process for the maintenance sections of the Israeli Air Force fighter squadrons
Roberts, Benjamin J.
McGonigal, Richard A.
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The objective of this thesis is to suggest a daily routine debriefing process for the maintenance sections of the Israeli Air Force fighter squadrons. It is argued that the debriefing process may serve as vehicle for higher level of personal and organizational effectiveness. Ongoing debriefing process in one squadron, has been assessed, opinion data have been collected, and relevant literature has been reviewed. The questions addressed in this study, are: (1) what is the role of debriefing process in the maintenance sections: (2) what is the debriefing structure, forums, frequency, and discussion subjects; (3) what are the attitudes of targeted sectors toward the suggested procedure, and (4) what are the organizational changes and concerns to be considered when implementing this change. Results have indicated strong positive attitudes, cost-beneficial appearance, and practicality of the proposed debriefing process. Guidelines for implementation are provided.
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