For the record, working with civilian service departments where managers had to keep their people on the street supplying billable hours to pay salaries and overhead, 70% utilization was a common target. And I have known service managers that struggled to get it that high. 40 to 60% billable...
What I was alluding to was that a Class A reservist can sit on their thumb waiting for a plumb B or C posting to arrive and then decide if they like the terms. And if it looks like orders are coming their way that they don't like there isn't much to stop a voluntary release.
Clearer. So, sticking with the plucks, 25k required, 10k available, 4k used, are you saying that techs are being redirected to non tech tasks when they could be doing tech work? Or are they idled waiting for parts or waiting for things to break?
I share the same confusion.
The techs were only employed 40% of the time?
Was that because of overmanning, lack of parts or skills concentration?
By that I mean Tech A has certificates for some skills but the breakdown requires skills possessed by Tech B.
Ca November 3 2020
555 LAV 6s, exclusive of the LAV 6 LRSS
322 LAVs roadworthy.
Major Rock describes an army that was having trouble meeting training requirements with that fleet and was asking that the war stocks be released to the units to permit effective training.
Trudeau making himself more popular
Currently it is 2023 (December).
Trudeau's government has taken 8 years so far, and Ottawa generally 26 years (since...
Those arts majors became professional students living off government grants to earn their PhDs in Marxist Basket Weaving which got them tenured positions in all of those newly created universities. They then taught a generation of seminarians their catechism and released them on the Public...
Is the American programme designed to get people into the USAF etc? Or is it designed to get a body of people that can fly into uniform and are willing to put themselves under the jurisdicition of the UCJ?
In other words is it designed to find people to handle the 9 to 5 work or to find people...
This USAF programme, if implemented in Canada, would seem to fast track civilian pilots from airlines to just about everything the RCAF flies. The only exempt aircraft would seem to be the fast jets - ie Hornets and Lightnings.