Managing the F-14 Flight Hour budget in an environment of decreasing financial resources
Kuhnreich, Jeff C.
Euske, Kenneth J.
Jones, Lawrence R.
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This thesis examines the Flight Hour Program of the Commander, Naval Air Forces Pacific Fleet (CNAP) in order to help develop alternate methods for tactical jet squadrons to prepare for the budgetary constraints imposed due to the passage of the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Act. An overview of the program as it now functions is provided. Comments and perceptions of the future of the program gathered from interviews of individuals working with and under the program are also presented. The thesis examines methods of evaluating the program and discusses the program's effect on safety. Recommendations and suggestions for future study or examination are presented.
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