Consolidating active and reserve component training by John Frederic Schank, United States. Army, Arroyo Center

By John Frederic Schank, United States. Army, Arroyo Center

Examines how one can consolidate education infrastructure and increase services throughout parts to achieve potency.

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Army Combined Arms Command. S. S. S. Army Ordnance Center and School, and various Regional Training Sites for Maintenance in the United States. We are also grateful for assistance received from our RAND colleagues. Al Robbert and Herbert J. Shukiar provided helpful technical reviews of an earlier draft of this report. Paul Steinberg provided very valuable assistance as a communications analyst, and Molly Coleman prepared documents and briefings based on this work. While we have benefited greatly from assistance provided by all these sources, any errors of fact or interpretation remain the authors' responsibility.

Also, 2,610 AC students (or about 75 percent of the 3,468 AC records we processed) would go to an RTS-M that is closer to their home location instead of to the AC proponent school. The chart on the right shows the number of RC-configured courses at AC schools and the number of AC-configured courses offered at RTS-Ms. Note that the more than 120 AC courses at RTS-Ms do not represent 120 different courses; multiple RTS-Ms may be offering the same AC-configured course. With 17 RTS-Ms, there are on average only about 7 "new" AC-configured courses at each RTS-M.

Page 10 in fiscal year 1996 and that RTS-Ms can teach AC versions of any RC course they offered in fiscal year 1996. For example, if an RTS-M offered an RC MOS reclassification course for 63B, we assume it could teach an AC version of the course. The second assumption really deals with the type of model we are using. We are considering only the assignment of students to schools and not the scheduling aspects of the problem. Therefore, we make the assumption that a student who attended a course in fiscal year 1996 at a certain time and location could attend the course at any other time and location.

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