Management of the Navy Flying Hour Program: responsibilities and challenges for the Type Commander
Smith, George S.
McCaffery, Jerry L.
Jones, Lawrence R.
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This thesis examines the Navy Flying Hour Program at Commander, Naval Air Forces Pacific Fleet (CNAP) in order to understand the complexities and challenges, of managing this program at the Type Commander level. An overview of the Flying Hour Program's budget formation and approval process is presented in order to provide a basic understanding of how fiscal resources for the Flying Hour Program are derived, documented, and granted within the Department of the Navy and the federal budget system. The analysis on the Flying Hour Program then centers on the specific procedures used at CNAP to ensure the efficient use of funds while simultaneously maximizing program effectiveness. Problems with managing the Flying Hour Program at the Type Commander and recommendations for resolving them are also presented as part of this study.
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