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4QFY94 through 2QFY96

NTC Priority Trends is a compilation of repeated (priority) NTC trends, both positive and negative, along with their associated techniques and procedures, taken from CALL's CTC Trends for NTC. Because this is the first such compilation, it covers nearly two years (seven quarters) of NTC trends (4QFY94, 1QFY95, 2QFY95, 3& and 1& Future NTC Priority Trends will cover four quarters (one year).

NTC Priority Trends contains positive and negative trends that appear more than once in all CTC Trends for NTC during the period covered (in this case, seven quarters). The trends are listed in order of priority, based on the number of times they were repeated. Note that these trends and recommended techniques are a compilation of quarterly NTC observer/controller-derived observations, and are not based on CALL statistical studies or analysis.

Section A: Priority Trends Matrix Summary


Positive Performance - Table of Contents

Needs Emphasis - Table of Contents


Section P: Positive Performance

Section PT: Positive Performance Techniques

Section N: Needs Emphasis

Section NT: Needs Emphasis Techniques

Sections P and N contain the positive and negative trends as they were published in CTC Trends for NTC during the last seven quarters. The recommended techniques for all observations that pertain to a single priority trend are summarized into one reference location in Sections PT and NT. The techniques for each priority trend are a compilation of the OCs' recommendations to units, for the unit's implementation either during mission execution or at Home Station, to improve their battlefield performance.

This document was prepared by Eloisa Green, CALL, Fort Leavenworth, KS.

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