training pipeline

training pipeline

A Reserve Component category designation that identifies untrained officer and enlisted personnel who have not completed initial active duty for training of 12 weeks or its equivalent. See also nondeployable account.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The declining numbers of licensed steam engineers and the lengthy training pipeline for initial credentials and upgrades pose another dimension of risk to DOD maritime readiness.
De Juniac called on governments to develop policies to build their training pipeline to support growth and tap into the power of women to help alleviate a growing skills shortage in the region.
Since the graduation of the initial enlisted pilots in 2017, the Air Force added 30 more Airmen into the training pipeline this year and plans to grow to 100 pilots by 2020.
In support of the CMF, the Navy is leveraging national-level training opportunities within the CIWT domain and further expanding and adapting its technical training pipeline both here in Pensacola, Florida, and in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
For those who have not completed a Department Head tour, the Senior Department Head Course is attended en route as part of your training pipeline. You will also attend Aegis Ashore Academy, an eight-week indoctrination period providing a tailored pre-deployment curriculum to include a two-week regional and cultural orientation course.
CNATRA serves as a steward of the Naval Aviation training pipeline that spans from our accession sources through the Naval Aviation Schools Command, continues through undergraduate flight training and a Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS), and ends when aviators report to their first operational squadron.
The striking thing is that the majority of people employed on research projects are somewhere in the training pipeline, whether undergraduates; graduate students, who are particularly prevalent at NSF; or postdocs, who are more prevalent at NIH.
For the last 20 years of its career, the T-2 served alongside the T-34C Turbo Mentor and the TA-4J Skyhawk, and later the T-45 Goshawk, when it came to training naval aviators and naval flight officers that found themselves in the strike fighter training pipeline.
Cross-pollination is at the heart of Arch's leadership training pipeline, which starts with a New Hire program for recent college graduates, continues with a Leadership Development program for high potential assistant vice presidents and culminates with the Executive Education program.
24 (KUNA) -- There are about 3,600 Iraqi security forces and Kurdish forces in the training pipeline, Rear Admiral John Kirby, Pentagon spokesman, said on Friday.
"The training pipeline produces more scientists than relevant positions in academia, government and the private sector are capable of absorbing." The excess of supply over demand has "diminished the attraction of our profession for many scientists--novice and experienced alike."

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