The Archives of the Ninth Air Force Association consists
of newsletters, photographs, correspondence, printed
materials, artifacts, maps, and videos created and collected
by the Ninth Air Force Association and its members.
Part of plates printed on both sides;""Submitted to the surgeon general of the army as the official report of the Division of psychology of the Office of the Surgeon General, and published with the approval of the Department of War"--T.p...
from a self-report inventory of personal background and activity
preferences were selected by various methods and combined to predict successful
completion of first-term enlistment. Two samples of airmen (2000 each) were used,
each divided into a...
This study examines the performance characteristics of a group of lov^r-optitude
airmen wfho entered the Air Force during the first 6 months of 1956 and who either
completed successfully a 4-year enlistment or were discharged for unsuitability...
airmen meet enlistment standards, but nevertheless are discharged for
unsuitability or failure to advance. A more precise means of identifying men not
likely to succeed in the Air Force is needed. This study tests the hypothesis that
Enlistment objectives are presently assigned by the United States Air
Force to each of its Recruiting Groups on the basis of the proportion of the
general population residing in the area covered by that group. In the present
report, information is...
The Airman Qualifying Examination (AQE) yields four separate aptitude indexes:
General, Administrative, Mechanical, and Electronics. These indexes are used in
selective recruiting and initial classification of basic airmen. This report...