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Old 08-06-2013, 01:51 PM   #1
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Greetings,

I just enlisted into the Navy with a rating of Advanced Electronics(AECF), but I really interested in CTN, I know that it requires a security clearance which requires a credit check. All my finances are in order and I'm not behind any payments. I was denied cause my student loan was transferred from different financial institution, in which I don't have any control over.

Is there any way that I resolved this issue so that I can re-enter the CTN program?

Any help will be grateful.

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Old 08-07-2013, 12:43 PM   #2
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Just so you know, with the AECF program (which puts out ET's and FC's), you will be getting a Secret Security Clearance. All of us did. Some NEC's use it some don't. Some NEC's will require you to go on even further for the Top Secret.
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So mostly, just wait it out for TS clearance and then apply for a rating change?
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So mostly, just wait it out for TS clearance and then apply for a rating change?
They won't give you a top secret clearance unless you absolutely need it. You would have to be approved to cross rate then they would start your application for TS.
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They won't give you a top secret clearance unless you absolutely need it. You would have to be approved to cross rate then they would start your application for TS.

Do you know a way that I fix my credit issue so that I can change rating for CTN?
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Do you know a way that I fix my credit issue so that I can change rating for CTN?
No that is something you would have to figure out, talk to the credit companies.
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No that is something you would have to figure out, talk to the credit companies.

Ok, thanks for the information.

Also, I have a concern about AECF, I already a bachelor degree in Electronics Engineering. Will there be any circuit board designing, circuit analysis, robotic systems in which we will be working with?

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Ok, thanks for the information.

Also, I have a concern about AECF, I already a bachelor degree in Electronics Engineering. Will there be any circuit board designing, circuit analysis, robotic systems in which we will be working with?

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No designing or robotics. But there is electronic theory involved.
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No designing or robotics. But there is electronic theory involved.
So it be just reading schematics and troubleshooting.
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So it be just reading schematics and troubleshooting.
Yeah that's pretty much all you do when things are broke. Mostly you'll do maintaince which is just reading step by step instructions.
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