A comment on submarine personnel classification.

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Title: A comment on submarine personnel classification.
Author: Shilling, CW; Bartlett, NR
Abstract: A part of the staff of the Medical Research Department was engaged continuously for the greater part of World War II in examinations of personnel received either for submarine training or for reassignment. Certain needs for better use of personnel stood out as lessons of that experience, one of the most obvious being the need for a classification of skills and abilities in a system that can be utilized more generally. A memorandum prepared by the Enlisted Classification Section of the Bureau of Naval Personnel, entitled 'Recommendation for an Enlisted Classification Program for the Post-War Navy' stimulated the New London group to set down some of their notions on an organization for improving submarine personnel classification. This paper is a report of a discussion in October 1945 concerning such an organization.
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URI: http://archive.rubicon-foundation.org/7410
Date: 1946

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