Army Distance Learning: Potential for Reducing Shortages in Army Enlisted Occupations

By Michael G. Shanley; Henry A. Leonard et al. | Go to book overview

FIGURES
2.1. Some Personnel Shortages Occur at Entry Level12
2.2. Other MOSs Have Shortages at the NCO Level13
4.1. Soldiers Reclassify at Various Points in Their Careers31
4.2. Long-Term Effect on Inventory of 100 Accessions per Year Versus 100 Reclassifications33
4.3. Long-Term Effect on NCO Inventory of 100 E3–4 Reclassifications per Year Versus 100 E5 Reclassifications34
4.4. Reclassification Has Less Acquisition and Training Cost Than Accession to Alleviate SL1 Shortages37
4.5. DL Reclassification Is the Least Expensive Way to Alleviate SL1 Shortages41
4.6. More SL1 Reclassifications Through DL Can Eventually Lead to NCO Surpluses, Reducing the Need for NCO SRBs for 67T42
4.7. Eliminating the SRBs in 67T with DL Reclassification Would Make Funds Available to Reduce Other Shortages44
5.1. DL Cross-Training Is Even Less Expensive Than Reclassification for Alleviating SL1 Shortages56
6.1. A Number of NCOs Serve in Positions Above Their Grade, Without Formal Training61
6.2. Many NCOs Are Schooled After Promotion63
6.3. Using DL to Accelerate NCO Education Can Help Enable the Reduction of Grade-Level Shortages65
A.1. IPMs from the Cell Level72
A.2. Global IPM Structure and Flow73
A.3. Baseline Inventory and Flows of First Year of Service75

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