Electronics Technician (US Navy)

Electronics Technician (US Navy)

The United States Navy occupational rating of Electronics Technician (abbreviated as ET or everything tech) is a designation given by the Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS) to enlisted members who satisfactorily complete initial Electronics Technician "A" school training.

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Electronics Technician (US Navy) - ET Subcategory Specialty Areas - Nuclear - Training
... Nuclear ETs complete several different phases of training in order to be able to operate a Naval Nuclear Propulsion Plant ... In order to be selected for nuclear training prospective Navy recruits must have a high enough cutscore on the Armed Service Vocational Battery (ASVAB) that score being greater than 88 and the Navy Advanced Placement Test (NAPT) that score being greater than 55% ...

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