Concept for a common performance measurement system for unit training at the National Training Center (NTC) and with Simulation Networking (SIMNET)
James W. Kerins, Nancy K. Atwood, James T. Root, Training Research Laboratory (U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences), U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences. ARI Field Unit at Fort Knox
U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 1990 - History - 23 pages
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Adjacent Units Alexandria applicability analysis Applicability of Critical Army Research Institute Army training assessing unit performance automated MOPs battalion battlefield BDM International Behavioral and Social Combined Arms Training common performance measurement Conduct Contact with Adjacent Defend Day defense and hasty diagnostic feedback Eisenhower Avenue Enemy Forces Lethality execution expert judgment Figure Friendly Forces Survivability indirect fire Kerins key findings Lewman measure of mission measurement approach measurement model measures of performance methodology mission critical tasks Mission Outcomes mission performance Movement to Contact National Training Center NTC and SIMNET observable MOPs Perceptronics Performance Measurement System performance MOPs performance standards phase Platoon Defend Platoon Hasty Attack platoon missions preparation presents a concept previous ARI research SECURITY CLASSIFICATION SIMNET complex SIMNET device SIMNET environment SIMNET technology SIMNET training Simulation Networking SIMNET subtasks System for Unit tactical doctrine Task Linkage Structure Training Center NTC training strategy U.S. Army Research unit performance measurement unit training