Who becomes a Limited Duty Officer and Chief Warrant Officer an examination of differences of Limited Duty Officers and Chief Warrant Officers
Manuel, Walter F.
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This thesis examines the Navy Limited Duty Officer and Chief Warrant Officer programs to determine the differences in characteristics. Descriptive statistics, correlation analysis was developed for year groups 1990 through 2005 to analyze the differences in background characteristics and military characteristics of both programs. The study used a logistic regression analysis to examine the predictors of background and military characteristics of Limited Duty Officers and Chief Warrant Officers. The results of the study revealed the background characteristics age, education, race and ethnicity groups were significantly different between the Limited Duty Officer and Chief Warrant Officer Communities. The military characteristics rank, length of service and Armed Forces Qualification Test were significant among Limited Duty Officers and Chief Warrant Officers. This study explains the results and provides recommendations to the Bureau of Naval Personnel and future research.
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