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  2. Information systems technician (United States Navy) - Wikipedia

    Information systems technician submarines ( ITS) is a rating for U.S. Navy submariners. The Information systems technician ( IT) rating corresponds to the new Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) code B460 while the information systems technician submarines ( ITS) rating corresponds to Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) code C260. [1]

  3. Airman Apprenticeship Training School - Wikipedia

    Airman Apprenticeship Training School. Naval Air Technical Training Center (NATTC) is the parent command of the Airman Apprenticeship Training School, and provides technical training schools for nearly all enlisted aircraft maintenance and enlisted aircrew specialties in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Coast Guard. [1]

  4. List of U.S. Navy acronyms - Wikipedia

    The United States Navy, like any organization, produces its own acronyms and abbreviations, which often come to have meaning beyond their bare expansions. United States Navy personnel sometimes colloquially refer to these as NAVSpeak.

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  6. Information Warfare Specialist - Wikipedia

    The EIWS warfare designation program (formerly Enlisted Information Dominance Warfare Specialist (EIDWS)) was implemented in 2010 to qualify Information Warfare Corps (IWC) personnel in the aerographer's mate (AG), cryptologic technician (CT), intelligence specialist (IS), information systems technician (IT), and Operation Specialist (OS) ratings.

  7. List of United States Navy enlisted warfare designations

    The United States Navy enlisted warfare designations represent the achievement of a qualification and entitles the member to wear the associated insignia.When awarded in accordance with appropriate guidelines, enlisted sailors are authorized to place the designator in parentheses immediately after the member’s rate abbreviation, for example, MM1(SW) Smith, HM2(CAC) Jones.

  8. List of United States Navy ships - Wikipedia

    Yard and district craft. v. t. e. List of United States Navy ships is a comprehensive listing of all ships that have been in service to the United States Navy during the history of that service. The US Navy maintains its official list of ships past and present at the Naval Vessel Register (NVR), [1] although it does not include early vessels.