GRADUATE EDUCATION AS A STRATEGIC ASSET: DERIVING EDUCATIONAL CORE COMPETENCIES FOR NAVAL AVIATION
Pinkerton, Jeffrey R.
Findlay, Jeffry S.
Pace, Howard Jr.
Augier, Mie-Sophia E.
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The release of NAVADMIN 263/18 and the 2018 Education for Seapower Final Report marked a dramatic departure from the status quo of graduate education in the naval profession. The Navy will be placing renewed emphasis on in-residence graduate education, with mandatory attendance requirements for future groups of officers. This project examines the mismatch between graduate education objectives as they currently exist and the core competencies required of due-course tactical aviation officers in order to meet the needs of naval aviation leadership and align graduate education efforts with Education for Seapower objectives. Research methods focus on analyzing language contained in promotion and screen board guiding documents to derive core competencies by integrating and building upon relevant core competency literature.
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