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Submarine Electronics

US Navy serviceman performs maintenance on Navy submarine.

Submarine Electronics

 A nuclear-powered submarine is one of the U.S. Navy’s most powerful tools – and it’s useless without someone to operate and maintain its sonar, communications, navigation and weapons systems. 

 A nuclear-powered submarine is one of the U.S. Navy’s most powerful tools – and it’s useless without someone to operate and maintain its sonar, communications, navigation and weapons systems. 

Intrigued by the thought of serving undersea? Take a deep dive into life aboard a submarine.
Navy sailors in submarine electronics computer field (SEFC) train on submarine communications and navigation systems.

About This Job

The most secretive of Navy vessels, a submarine requires a select community of specially trained professionals to operate its classified, highly advanced hardware and keep it all fully operational. The Sailors in the Submarine Electronics Computer Field (SECF) work with a submarine’s sonar, weapons, communications and navigation systems. The training is rigorous, and the career opportunities are equally impressive.

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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.