MIL navy cryptologist good for out of Navy?

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  1. okfinethenjeez

    okfinethenjeez New Member

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    Is anybody out there a Navy cryptologist? I want to try to be a interpretive cryptologist..I just don't know how useful it will be outside of the navy aside from govt jobs...

    whats about "intelligence specialist?"
     
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    theres not much of a market for intel gathering outside of the government jobs though. microsoft isn't going to pay you to spy on china.

    CTI's require a lot of training, are you good at learning languages? You also have to be able to obtain a TS/SCI, so if any of your immediate family members are not US citizens it's going to be a rough battle.

    IS's more read what the CT's find and relay it on to everyone else that needs to hear it. You'll get very familiar with powerpoint.
     
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    okfinethenjeez New Member

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    I pick up languages very quicky and enjoy it..thats why I want to do it..no probs with family member or anything like that..do you think CT is marketable outside of Navy = govt? more so than crypt?
     

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