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A New Navy ‘Cyber’ Rating is in the Works

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SAN DIEGO — As U.S. Naval Information Forces continues to reform how it trains for and carries out its cyber missions, the command expects to announce an enlisted rating name change later this year that better reflects this vital work.

The Navy already has an existing cyber job rating, known as cryptologic technician networks, or CTN, a job that requires cyber skills 93% of the time, the head of Naval Information Forces, Vice Adm. Kelly Aeschbach, told reporters here Wednesday during the annual West naval conference.

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