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Air Force Training Actions Needed to Better Manage and Determine Costs of Virtual Training Efforts
Sharon L. Pickup (au)
Over the last 20 years, the Air Force has sought ways to expand its approaches to meeting aircrew training requirements, including the increased use of virtual training. In 2012, the Air Force reduced live flying hours, which it estimates will save $1.7 billion in FY 2012 through 2016, as part of its response to the Secretary of Defenseäó»s efficiency initiatives. This report reviewed the status of the military servicesäó» virtual training programs. Specifically, it assessed (1) how the Air Force determines the mix of live and virtual training to meet training requirements; (2) the extent to which the Air Force has an overarching organizational framework to guide, oversee, and integrate its virtual training efforts; and (3) the extent to which the Air Force considered costs related to virtual training in estimating potential savings from its training efficiency initiative. Table. This is a print on demand report.
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