By John G. Drew, Kristin F. Lynch, James M. Masters, Robert S. Tripp, Charles Robert Roll

RAND constructed a strategy to assist comprehend and clarify the diversities among U.S. Air nationwide defend and lively part airplane upkeep productiveness. This study specializes in upkeep ideas for aiding affiliate devices, the place the objective of the affiliate unit is to supply educated pilots within the best demeanour attainable.

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24 On-the-Job Training Requirements. 26 Since 20 percent of the active component workforce is trainees, approximately 20 percent of the workforce is providing maintenance training (five and seven levels). Thus, the productivity of an active component unit suffers. 27 Based on those past analyses, average trainee productivity is estimated to be 40 percent of that of a fully trained individual for this analysis. Based on the same past analyses, average trainer productivity is estimated to be 85 percent of that of a fully trained individual, someone who is not acting as a trainer and can work full time without training responsibilities.

In addition, the wing commander has the authority to reassign maintenance personnel to perform other high-priority jobs that have little or nothing to do with maintenance. S. Air Force, Air Combat Command, Directorate of Maintenance and Logistics, Ten Year Lookback Standards and Performance FY96–FY05, HQ ACC, Directorate of Maintenance and Logistics, (ACC/A4P), December 2005a. 22 For an analysis of LCOM and the maintenance environment in the field, see Dahlman, Kerchner, and Thaler, 2002. , October 2005.

Personnel availability standards and utilization factors are applied to the total labor requirement to establish manpower authorizations. The peacetime (training) flying requirement and the ability of a single unit to operate from two or more locations (split operations) can also be computed using LCOM procedures. However, currently, LCOM is run only for wartime and peacetime operations, not split operations. Units are then staffed to the greatest of all of these requirements—peacetime or wartime operations.

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