S141: Air Transport Command Enlisted Personnel Study
a. To provide ATC Special and Morale Services with data on two main topics:
- The post-war job aspirations of enlisted men with particular reference to military or commercial aviation
- The current and local needs for changes in orientation emphasis
b. In addition, the office of A-1, ATC, has become interested in the study’s possibilities of providing date on problems of morale and other personnel matters.
c. To some extent this study is an extension of S-106-E (Post-war Plans) and it may be seen that many of the same questions are used for comparability.
Attitudes in Air Transport Command
The survey was made on a pilot-study basis in the North Atlantic Wing only. A total of 2,441 enlisted men were surveyed in three foreign and two domestic stations.
The study contains the following samples:
a. 451 enlisted men in Iceland
b. 408 enlisted men at Goose Bay, Labrador
c. 515 enlisted men at Gander, Newfoundland
d. 566 enlisted men at Presque Isle, Maine
e. 501 enlisted men at Grenier Field, New Hampshire
See Planning Survey II for standard operating procedure.
Meeks Field, Iceland
Goose Bay, Labrador
Presque Isle, ME
Grenier Field, NH
C-88 Post-War Aviation Plans of Enlisted Men in North Atlantic Division, Air Transport Command
C-89 Report on Brief Survey of Troop Morale in the Iceland Base Command
C-90 Indications of Morale in North Atlantic Division Air Transport Command
C-91 Miscellaneous Reports on EM Attitudes in North Atlantic Division, Air Transport Command