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Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit, Whidbey Island

Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit, Whidbey Island

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Welcome to the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit (CNATTU) Whidbey Island. The CNATTU serves as a direct link between the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) and the fleet. Each CNATTU provides aviation weapons system training to air wing, squadron, and ship and station personnel. The mission of each CNATTU is to provide specialized technical training for commissioned and enlisted personnel in the maintenance and repair of aircraft and support equipment, as well as to conduct any other such training as the Chief of Naval Operations may direct.

CNATTU Whidbey Island is made up of 120 instructors and staff members who support the training of more than 3,800 Sailors and Marines annually. CNATTU Whidbey Island provides the career “C” school training on the EA-6B, EA-18G, P-3C, and EP-3E aircraft and also many other aspects of the Navy and Marine Corps Team. Training in Micro-Miniature Repair (2M), Senior Enlisted Aviation Maintenance (SEAM), and Aviation Fire Fighting are a few of the courses provided.

CNATTU Whidbey Island strives to provide the best trained technicians to the Navy and Marine Corps. CNATTU’s Mission, Vision and Principles serve as a reminder of this goal to each member of this team. To this end, CNATTU Whidbey Island’s strategic goals are aligned each year to ensure they deliver the best possible training and support that it can offer.

 

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