An examination of the effects of first-term career progression on Navy A-School attrition and the military experiences of A-School students after attrition
McNamara, David Lee
Laury, James Mitchell
Crawford, Alice M.
Eitelberg, Mark J.
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The objective of this study is to contribute to the Navy's knowledge and understanding of high A-School attrition. The study organized the available data concerning attrition in the Navy's training programs, evaluated its significance, and offers prospective solutions. The significance of the data of personnel characteristics may then aid the Navy in selecting those personnel with a higher propensity to succeed.
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