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Cryptology ~ CTI ~ CTM ~ CTN ~ CTR ~ CTT ~ Corry Station Pensacola Florida and Monterey California


Cryptology ~ CTI ~ CTM ~ CTN ~ CTR ~ CTT ~ Corry Station Pensacola Florida and Monterey California

Welcome!.. We are the Cryptology group! We are committed to helping the sailors and family members of "Spooks".  Spooks are what sailors call the CTI, CTN, CTT, CTR, CTM in the fleet.   Come join the gang!

Location: Corry Station Pensacola Florida and Monterey California
Members: 695
Latest Activity: Aug 26

Welcome one and all...

We love helping sailors and their families who are at Corry Station Pensacola, NAATC (NAS) Pensacola, and Monterey California...

Corry Station is very unique from other bases in the Pensacola area. The Cryptology group  are the experts on Navy-For-Mom for sailors stationed at Corry Station.  Our knowledge also extends to the "Spooks" at NAATC Pensacola, and Monterey California.  We enjoy helping family member with all information or just to pass the time chatting.


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Discussion Forum

~ Boot camp for Dummies (with Pictures) ~

Started by Craig. Last reply by FlowerPowerNavyMom Aug 13. 46 Replies

CTN Questions

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Internet -cable service

Started by Tuttismimi Ship 11 Div 154. Last reply by Meridith_21 Jun 17. 5 Replies

Girlfriend left for BC May 1st

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CTT Aircrew

Started by Meridith_21. Last reply by Meridith_21 Apr 26. 10 Replies

CTT - 6 yr - Question on Electronics School

Started by chefcindy. Last reply by JSunflower1217 Ship 13 Div 163 Apr 16. 3 Replies

Thank informative!

Started by Sugrnspicy PIR 03/07/14. Last reply by Dee (CTI2 Spencer&Erin) Feb 13. 1 Reply

CTR C School questions

Started by Tina (Ship 4/Div 288). Last reply by idahojeep Dec 18, 2013. 7 Replies

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Started by Craig. Last reply by sasharanger Oct 27, 2013. 45 Replies

C school in San Angelo.. help please

Started by Brenda. Last reply by Brenda Oct 21, 2013. 2 Replies

Question for the future....

Started by roaminggnome61. Last reply by roaminggnome61 Oct 16, 2013. 2 Replies

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Comment by boilermom on August 26, 2014 at 7:14pm

Hi Kelliann, 

My son went to A school at Corry, C school at Goodfellow in San Angelo, TX and has been in Misawa, Japan for 2 1/2 years now.

Comment by Kelliann on August 26, 2014 at 5:11pm
Hi everyone! My son just started BC but will be a CTR. I have no idea what that means so that's why I joined this group. Also would like to know more about Corry Station.
Comment by sammy1990 on August 5, 2014 at 8:58am
thanks, clockard. mine is still unsure about whether he'll get out or re-enlist. I know he's talked to plenty of civil service workers who work next to him but don't need to wear a uniform. the DC area is surely a great place to call "home base".
Comment by navymom3 on August 5, 2014 at 8:38am

I couldn't find the discussion either so that is why I replied in the comment wall. I hope I was close to being right. LOL That is good info Craig.

Mine is also getting ready to PCS but not until dec or Jan. His wife is getting out next month. So he is heading to San Diego to help her pack up her place in a couple weeks then they are going back to Japan until he PCS back to San Diego. Sammy where is your son headed?

Comment by clockard on August 5, 2014 at 7:20am

sammy, he got his resume approved, and I know he has some prospects. He and his wife bought a house near Baltimore last summer and they want to stay there, so he is limited as to where he is looking. When he knows, I will ask if I can share here.

Comment by sammy1990 on August 5, 2014 at 7:05am
what's he doing next, clockard? mine is 1/2 way through and changing coasts.
Comment by clockard on August 5, 2014 at 6:52am

Now I understand why we missed the question. It was posted as a new discussion and the only messages we receive in email (if we are following this group) are the ones on the Comment Wall.

I started a new discussion, "Can I move to A school with my Sailor?" to preserve Craig's explanation, which was not confusing at all! Thank you again, Craig.

My CTN son has eight months to go before he returns to civilian life. In some ways it seems the last five plus years have flown by, in others it seems he has always been in the Navy.

Comment by clockard on August 5, 2014 at 6:29am

Hey, Craig! Nice to see you. I didn't see this question, either. Not that it mattered since I didn't know the answer. Once again, it's Craig to the rescue. I'm going to try to copy your post to the discussions so we don't lose it.

Comment by Craig on August 5, 2014 at 2:37am

I missed the discussion too..  
I know this will go WAY over you guys heads, but I will post it anyways because some of you may understand it. The Standardized Accounting Category Codes (ACCs) are on your orders (I have attached an example). This code allows you to bring your spouse with you to a training command.  

The rules for bringing a wife is the school has to be over 20 weeks long. This is school time and does not include holidays, weekends, and such. If you go to this link, and look at Page 12 of 13, you will see the 341 (no move) and 342 (ok to move) codes. This is why you need a 342 on your orders.

bet you guys are totally confused now huh?

Comment by navymom3 on July 29, 2014 at 9:25pm

RunnerLHB i saw the question you sent to everyone. But don't see a discussion. Your sailors school would have to be 6 months long or longer. Then even if they do get married there is no guarantee they will let him live with her off base. Depends on rank, how he is doing in school. It is really hard to get. Plus there is no military housing per say as they would be living in a regular rental. Most just visit several times and let there sailor concentrate on passing school. Since he is at Corry that schooling is really hard.


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