Feasibility Of An Air Liaison Officer Career Field

Author: Thomas Manacapilli
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Air Force's Innovative Development Through Employee Awareness (IDEA) program, this investigation of the feasibility of an ALO career field explores the array of research on the subject, turning to historical initiatives and instructions going back nearly a century, published literature, and interviews with ALOs, commanders, and TACP personnel. Questions that may affect the decisionmaking process will focus on whether a nonrated or nonstrike aviator can perform the job of an ALO, the feasibility of a career force, and whether changes are needed when the system is already functioning adequately."--BOOK JACKET.
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