Q: What sort of skills or background would a person need if they were thinking of becoming a cryptologic technician (CT), information systems technician (IT) or intelligence specialist (IS)?
What does CTT stand for?
CTT stands for Cryptologic Technician (Technical) (USN Rating)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of CTT
We have 211 other meanings of CTT in our Acronym Attic
- Correios, Telégrafos e Telefones (Posts, Telegraphs, and Telephones; Portuguese mail service)
- Cotton-Top Tamarin (monkey)
- Council for Travel and Tourism (UK)
- Counter Terror Teams
- Counter Timer Trigger
- Cranial Tibial Thrust (veterinary medicine)
- Crew Transfer Tunnel
- Critical Thinking Test
- Crosby Township Trustees
- Cross Tabulated Table(s)
- Currency Transaction Tax (various locations)
- Currency Transaction Trust
- Customer Trouble Ticket
- Cyber-Toothed Tigers (FFFBI)
- Cycles Tondeuses Tronçonneuses (French: Cycles Mowers Chainsaws)
- Cyrillic True Type (font)
- Commander's Tactical Terminal - Hybrid
- Commander's Tactical Terminal - Hybrid, Receive only
- Commander's Tactical Terminal/Hybrid 3-channel
- Commanders Tactical Terminal Hybrid Host
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Center for Information Dominance (CID) recently appraised its cryptologic technician (maintenance) training.
The author: MC2 Mark Logico, works for Navy Region Hawaii Public Affairs Cryptologic Technician (Maintenance) 1st Class Stephen Huber swings a sledgehammer at the high striker during an MWR Fitness and Wellness Fair at Commander, Navy Region Hawaii.
Friends of Brandon Funk, a Navy cryptologic technician - who operates code-breaking gear- broke down in tears in Show Low, Arizona.
The Sailor converted to cryptologic technician collection; attended A School; graduated; converted to CTR 3rd Class; received a standard re-enlistment bonus for a six-year reenlistment; and is now assigned to a Navy information operations command.
Intelligence specialists and cryptologic technicians are receiving in-depth instruction in the geospatial intelligence, imagery intelligence, signals intelligence and operational intelligence disciplines required to effectively operate the DCGS-N system.
Pacific Fleet Sea Sailor of the Year and Cryptologic Technician (Technical) 1st Class (SW/AW) Cassandra Foote, Chief of Naval Operations Shore Sailor of the Year, were each presented their chief petty officer appointment letter from the CNO prior to having their anchors pinned to their collars and combination covers placed on their heads.
The skill sets of our Information Professional officers, information system technicians (IT), information warfare officers (IWO) and cryptologic technicians (CT), the capabilities they bring to the fight, and the effects they deliver, are vitally important to this war.