A systems analysis of strike Naval Aviation training
Nekomoto, Tyler Y.
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The Commander Naval Air Forces is analyzing the entire Naval Aviation training process to deliver the same quality of training but at a lower cost. This thesis documents the Systems Engineering process completed to conceive, design, and develop a desktop model that supports the investigation of training alternatives. The Naval Aviation Proficiency Analysis model incorporates the General Aviator Learning Equation methodology developed by the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Divisions Human Performance Analysis and Instructional Systems Division into a user-friendly self-automated spreadsheet model. It analyzes downloading effortsmoving blocks of flights or simulators from a phase with higher platform operational cost to one with lower platform operational costand highlights the effects that downloading has on cost, hour, and skill proficiency differences across all pipeline skills. The next steps are to incorporate offloading (flights to simulators) and find optimal training solutions by incorporating an after-market solver.
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