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Job-related perceptions of naval aviators. By Mary Dorothy Johnson. Download PDF (2 MB) Abstract. Approved for public release; distribution is unlimitedJob-related perceptions of naval aviators are explored. Perceptions and attitudes which may be counterproductive to the needs of the Navy and to the well-being of the individual aviator are From makeshift gliders and the first shipboard landing to supersonic jets and unmanned aerial vehicles, naval aviation has come a long way in its more than years of existence.
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