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27 Accuracy Accuracyof ofTDY TDYRecords Recordsfor forIndividuals Individuals • Accuracy for individuals is moderate: • Accuracy for individuals is moderate: • The probability that an individual’s record will be • The probability that an individual’s record will be accurate within five days is about 80%. accurate within five days is about 80%. • The probability that an individual’s record of • The probability that an individual’s record of contingency days will be accurate within five days contingency days will be accurate within five days is about 86%.

Finally, as a short-term measure, the Air Force could consider 48 changing from the current 120-day ceiling out of a trailing window of 365 days to something like a 140-day ceiling out of a trailing window of 450 days. 49 Appendix A DATA SOURCES We used four sources of data for this research: (1) a TDY History File created by AFPC; (2) Air Force personnel files that list assigned personnel by Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC), pay grade, and duty location; (3) interviews with individual Air Force officers and enlisted personnel; and (4) interviews with squadron commanders.

25 Accuracy Accuracyof ofAggregate AggregateTDY TDYRecording Recording for Noncontingency and Contingency for Noncontingency and ContingencyTDY TDY • There were 13,012 noncontingency TDY days recorded for our •sample There were 13,012 noncontingency daysand recorded for1999. our of interviewees between JuneTDY 1, 1998, May 31, sample of interviewees between June 1, 1998, and May 31, 1999. • Interviewees reported a total of 12,008 days. • Interviewees reported a total of 12,008 days. • Overrecording was more common than underrecording.

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