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The acquisition and retention of selected Chaparral skills were evaluated as a function of Advanced Individual Training (AIT), refresher training, and time. Performance was measured using hands-on performance tests administered at the end of AIT and in the unit and the Technical Manual (TM). Results...

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Main Authors: Shields, Joyce L. (Author), Joyce, Reid P. (Author), VanWert, James R. (Author)
Corporate Authors: Applied Science Associates (Author), APPLIED SCIENCE ASSOCIATES INC VALENCIA PA.
Format: Government Document Online Book
Language:English
Published: Arlington, Virginia : U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Training Technical Area, March 1979.
Series:Research report (U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences) ; 1205.
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