Common Battlefield Training for Airmen

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Rand Corporation, Oct 16, 2007 - Business & Economics - 164 pages
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Air Force members who do not routinely cross a defended perimeter when deployed may not have received sufficient training for doing so when they need to. The authors conducted surveys and interviews to determine the kinds of experiences airmen have had "outside the wire," worked with subject-matter experts to categorize them and suggest training levels, and developed a series of recommendations for course content and further areas for study.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER THREE
4
Assessment Goals
6
Resource Requirements for the CBAT Course
15
CHAPTER FOUR
25
FollowUp Interviews
34
CHAPTER FIVE
41
B Development of CBAT Model Courses
49
RAND Schoolhouse Model Data Inputs and Outputs
55
E CBAT Companion Survey Items
71
Bibliography
137
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