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Review of U.S. Armor Crew and Platoon Training in Preparation for the 1985 Canadian Army Trophy (CAT) Competition
Abstract : Three U.S. Armor units participated in the 1985 Canadian Army Trophy (CAT) competition. This competition provided a unique opportunity to evaluate tank gunnery training strategies and crewExpand
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Research Observations and Lessons Learned for the Future Combat Systems
Abstract : This brief summarizes some of the important observations and lessons learned from training research and development conducted by the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral andExpand
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Constitution of Empire: The Case for the Colonists
Let us suppose that in 1776 agreement had been reached between Britain and America on the proposition that the British Parliament had no authority over the colonies. Would twentieth-centuryExpand
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Job Samples as Tank Gunnery Performance Predictors
Abstract : This research was conducted to develop and evaluate job samples as predictors of tank gunnery performance. In Phase I of the research two potentially useful job sample predictors wereExpand
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Predicting Trainability of M1 (Abrams) Tank Crewmen
Abstract : The purpose of the research on which this report is based was to develop and test two types of predictors of the performance of Ml trainees. The first type was to be based on the ASVABExpand
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XM1 Gunnery Training and Aptitude Requirements Analyses
Abstract : This research compared, by crew position and by task, the gunnery training and aptitude requirements of the XM1 and the M60A1 tank systems. Task inventories were prepared for each crewExpand
Predicting Trainability of M1 Crewmen
Abstract : The purpose of this research was to examine ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) and non-ASVAB measures as potential predictors of M1 training performance. Ten subtests, theExpand
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In this issue the Columbia Law Review joins in the celebration the 75th anniversary of the admission of women to the Columbia Law School. I am grateful to the editors of the Review for inviting me toExpand