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32 . Gibson, 104 . 33 . , 101-2 . 34 . Richard L . Daft and Richard M . Steers, Organizations : A Micro-Macro Approach (Glenview, Ill . , 1986), 217-18 . 35 . Thomas J . Peters and Robert H . , 1982), 9. 36 . Gibson, 97 . 37 . , 106-9 . 38 . , 107-8 . Chapter 2 The Air National Guard Maintenance Organization and the Combat-Oriented Maintenance Organization Over the past half-century there has been a rising tide of information, research, and theory on organizational development . In fact, this rising tide has swelled to tidal-wave proportions .

I 45 ORG STRUCTURE FOR ANG TACTICAL AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE Although its conclusions supported this statement, the report did not address the major question of how much restructuring would cost. Tactical Air Command (TAC) was directed by Headquarters USAF to study the problem further after most of the conclusions of the Scientific Advisory Board were accepted . The TAC enhancement study that followed examined a variety of possible tactical fighter wing organizational postures at different levels of combat activity with the objective of placing a price on each type .

First, how many additional people would be required? Second, what are the organizational, economic, and operational costs versus benefits derived? 3 The ANG flying units are TAF fighter units that are gained by TAC. They are all one-squadron wings with 24 primary authorized aircraft and a consolidated aircraft maintenance squadron, whereas the Air Force units are three-squadron wings with a COMO.

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