Aviation Fleet Training Efficiency Metrics
Eger, Robert J. III
Albright, Thomas L.
Blades, Brian C.
Bondurant, Eric B.
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The objective of this analysis is to develop a fleet 'training efficiency' metric that links squadron fuel consumption to operational Training & Readiness (T&R) outcomes and pilot proficiency. The research questions are:How should the Navy quantify aviation training efficiency and measure operational T&R outcomes as a function of fuel consumed?How should the Navy allocate high value aviation training and readiness targets, while considering administrative activities such as transit to and from ranges and other administrative actions? How can the Navy leverage 'forward deployed' hot pits to reduce refueling transits? The overall aim is two-fold: (1) the development of alternative metrics for T&R assessing both consumable assets (fuel) and enhancement of pilot proficiency and (2) assessment of hot pit locations in CONUS.
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