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ADA133076-The Impact of Various Levels of Professional Military Education and Formal Education on Selected Supervisory Dimensions

ADA133076-The Impact of Various Levels of Professional Military Education and Formal Education on Selected Supervisory Dimensions

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LMDC-TR-83-3
AUGUST
1983
THE
IMPACT
OF
VARIOUS
LEVELS
OF
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PROFESSIONA MILITARY
EDUCATION
AND
FORMAL
EDUCATION
ON
SELECTED
SUPERVISORY DIMENSIONS
AIC
MICHAEL
MANSFIELD,
USAF
AUGUST
1983
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TYPE
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REPORT
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COVERED
THE
IMPACT
OF
VARIOUS
LEVELS
OF
PROFESSIONALMILITARY
EDUCATION
AND
FORMAL
EDUCATION
ON
SELECTED SUPERVISORYDIMENSIONS
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Professional
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Air
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Officers
need
training
and
education
in
order
to
perform
assigned
duties.
Problem:
How
much
of
what
type
ofeducation
and/or
training
does
an
Air
Force
officer
need?
This
paper
analyzes
how
an
officer's
levelof profes-
sional
military
and
academic
education
influencesubordinateperceptions
of
managerial/supervisory
issues.
An
analysis
of
covariance
(ANCOVA)
is
performed
usine
a
2x4
factorial
design
(level
of college
degree
x
leve,-
of
PME).
The
data
show
that
officer
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and
graduate
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