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 qoutside the wire, q 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.Campbell, J. P., aTraining Design for Performance Improvement, a in J. P. Campbell, R. J. Campbell, and Assoc., eds., ... Goldstein, I. L., and J. K. Ford, Training in Organizations: Needs Assessment, Development, and Evaluation, 4th ed., ... As of July 31, 2007: http://www.rand.org/pubs/monograph_reports/MR1042 / Manacapilli, Thomas, and Bart Bennett, A Usera#39;s Guide to ... D.C.: Department of the Air Force, Headquarters, U.S. Air Force, CFETP 1T2X1, Parts I and II, August 15, 2004.
|Title||:||Common Battlefield Training for Airmen|
|Author||:||Thomas Manacapilli, Chaitra M. Hardison, Brian Gifford, Alexis Bailey, Aimee Bower|
|Publisher||:||Rand Corporation - 2007-10-16|