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Electronics

Navy electronics technician (ET) performs maintenance on mechanical equipment.

Electronics

The work of America’s Navy hinges on some of the most advanced and complex electronic and mechanical equipment in existence. And none of it would work without those who install and maintain these intricate systems.

The work of America’s Navy hinges on some of the most advanced and complex electronic and mechanical equipment in existence. And none of it would work without those who install and maintain these intricate systems.

Technical and operational training and work in this field can often translate to credit hours toward a degree.
Navy electronics technician (ET) works on electrical system.

About This Job

Navy Electronics Technicians (ETs) are an exclusive group of professionals specially trained in the electrical engineering, computer and aerospace fields. They help operate and manage the electronics systems and subsystems of the world’s most advanced ships and aircraft – as well as on bases ashore.

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ENJOY AN INCREDIBLE BENEFITS PACKAGE.
Paid training. Competitive salary. Comprehensive health coverage. Generous vacation. World travel. The list goes on.
US Navy servicemen raise US flag.
US Navy servicemen raise US flag.