CNATT Unit Whidbey Island
Course Listing

P-3C Maintenance Training (MTU-1012)
Orion P3-C We provide "O" and "I" level maintenance training on the P-3C aircraft for the following ratings:
Aviation Electronics Technician (AT)
Aviation Electrician's Mate (AE)
Aviation Machinist's Mate (AD)
Aviation Ordnanceman (AO)
Aviation Structural Mechanic (AM/AME).
Instruction is offered in two distinct phases: Initial training for students E-4 and below, and Career training for students E-5 and above. For Navy Integrated Training Resources and Administration (NITRAS) and scheduling information within the Unit, please contact the Schedules LPO at (360) 257-6381 or DSN 820-6381.

EA-6B Maintenance Training (MTU-1083)
Prowler EA-6B We provide "O" and "I" level maintenance training on the EA-6B "Prowler" aircraft for the following ratings:

Aviation Electronics Technician (AT)
Aviation Electrician's Mate (AE)
Aviation Machinist's Mate (AD)
Aviation Ordnanceman (AO)
Aviation Structural Mechanic (AM/AME).

Instruction is offered in two distinct phases: Initial training for students E-4 and below, and Career training for students E-5 and above. For Navy Integrated Training Resources and Administration (NITRAS) and scheduling information within the Unit, please contact the Schedules LPO at (360) 257-6381 or DSN 820-6381.

EP-3E Maintenance Training (MTU-1012)
EP-3E We provide "O" and "I" level maintenance training on the EP-3E aircraft for the following ratings:
Aviation Electronics Technician (AT)
Aviation Electrician's Mate (AE)
Aviation Machinist's Mate (AD)
Aviation Structural Mechanic (AM/AME).
Instruction is offered in two distinct phases: Initial training for students E-4 and below, and Career training for students E-5 and above. Resources and Administration (NITRAS) and scheduling information within the Unit, please contact the Schedules LPO at (360) 257-6381 or DSN 820-6381.

Air Launched Weapons (MTU-4035)

The mission of Maintenance Training Unit 4035 is to provide the highest degree of quality training to fleet and shore activities around the world. We are committed and professionally dedicated to providing complete instructional support in all facets of aviation ordnance to include: handling, breakout, inspection, supervision, inventory, stowage and most important of all, safety of personnel and equipment. We accomplish this through a deep commitment to excellence; the promotion of professionalism and pride; optimizing cooperation and teamwork while maintaining the highest of ethical standards.

We provide maintenance training to Aviation Ordnancemen for all Air Launched Weapons and related applications. The following list outlines the courses provided at this Unit. For Navy Integrated Training Resources and Administration (NITRAS) and scheduling information within the Unit, please contact the Schedules LPO at (360) 257-6381 or DSN 820-6381.

ALW Courses at CNATTU Whidbey Island

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E-646-7007 General Ship / NS Weapons(PCDP 432W): Completion Grants NEC 6801

C-646-4106 Quickstrike Mine (CDP 427R)
C-122-3113 LGB/Paveway/GBU (CDP 427S)
C-122-3111 ALGM I Level Maintenance (CDP 427T)
C-646-4108 Weapons Ordnance for Supervisors (CDP 427U)


Aviation Electronic Warfare Officer (Basic) - (Aircrew Training Unit ATU-7051)
EP3

The Aviation Electronic Warfare Officer Basic course will provide initial electronic warfare training for Naval Flight Officers and Naval Aviators assigned duties involving flying EP-3E and EA-6B aircraft. This course contains sections involving Security, Joint Information Warfare Foundations, Technological Foundations, Electronic Warfare Technology, Land-based Weapons Systems, Airborne Weapon Systems, Naval Weapon Systems, and Integrated Air Defense Systems. Graduates will have the technical knowledge and threat system knowledge for follow-on training.

Prerequisites: Designation of 1310, 1315, 1320, 1325, 1390, or 1395 and assignment to EA-6B or EP-3E squadron.

Quotas: BUPERS controlled quota. For information on attending this course, contact FASOTRAGRUPAC DET WHIDBEY Quota Control at Com: (360)257-5363 (DSN: 820). For additional information about this course, call Com: (360)257-1237/4534 (DSN: 820).

CDP: 4800

CIN: E-2D-3817

Course Length: Thirty-five (35) days


Aviation Electronic Warfare Officer (Advanced) (Aircrew Training Unit ATU-7051)
EA-6B

The Aviation Electronic Warfare Officer Basic course will provide initial electronic warfare training for Naval Flight Officers and Naval Aviators assigned duties involving flying EA-6B aircraft. This course contains sections involving Security, Joint Information Warfare Foundations, Technological Foundations, Electronic Warfare Technology, Land-based Weapons Systems, Airborne Weapon Systems, Naval Weapon Systems, and Integrated Air Defense Systems. Graduates will have the technical knowledge and threat system knowledge for follow-on training.

Prerequisites: Designation of 1310, 1315, 1320, 1325, 1390, or 1395 and assignment to EA-6B squadrons.

Quotas: BUPERS controlled quota. For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820).

CDP: 4800

CIN: E-2D-3817

Course Length: Twenty-five (25) days

The Aviation Electronic Warfare Officer Advanced course will provide electronic warfare training for Naval Flight Officers assigned duties involving flying EA-6B aircraft. This course contains sections involving Signal analysis of Land-based Weapons Systems, Airborne Weapon Systems, Naval Weapon Systems, and Integrated Air Defense Systems. Graduates will have the technical knowledge and threat system knowledge for follow-on training.

Prerequisites: Designation of 1320, 1325, 1390, or 1395 and assignment to EA-6B squadron.

Quotas: BUPERS controlled quota. For information on attending this course, contact CNATTU WI Quota Control at Com: (360)257-6380 (DSN: 820).

CDP: 2101

CIN: E-2D-3818

Course Length: Twenty-five (25) days


Micro-Miniature Repair

The 2M Program provides the repair equipment, tools, techniques and training required for Navy/Marine Corps electronic repair technicians to perform highly reliable, high quality repairs on complex circuit card assemblies (CCAs). 2M is an integral part of the Navy's Progressive Repair initiative. The 2M Program supports electronic repair at the Organizational (O) and Intermediate (I) maintenance levels and at selected Naval Aviation Depots. The use of 2M applies to all electronic equipment following the direction of OPNAVINSTs 4790.2, 4700.7 and 4790.13. 2M electronic repair saves dollars by avoiding potential maintenance costs associated with reliance on depots and results in an overall improvement to fleet readiness through increased self-sustainability of the repair site itself. 2M is divided into two distinct capability levels.

Miniature Electronic Repair
Miniature Electronic Repair covers the repair of single and double-sided CCAs focusing on discrete and multi-lead, through hole components. Miniature repair includes removal and replacement of these components, removal and re-application of conformal coatings, wiring and soldering of various terminals and connectors, removal and replacement of damaged conductors and printed circuit board laminate. Miniature repair also covers electrostatic discharge (ESD) familiarization and handling procedures to minimize ESD risks to the CCAs.

Microminiature Electronic Repair
Microminiature Electronic Repair is more technically demanding than the miniature level of repair described above. Microminiature repair involves high density component packaging, multilayer conductor and laminate repair, flex-print repair, edge-lighted panel repair, welded lead repair and surface mounted technology (SMT) repair. Because microminiature repair is an advanced capability when compared to miniature repair, miniature training is a prerequisite for microminiature training.

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NEC 9527
A-100-0072 Miniature Electric Repair (CDP 769F) (Surface)
A-100-0072 Miniature Electric Repair (CDP 769G) (Aviation)

NEC 9526
A-100-0073 Microminiature Electric Repair (CDP 769H) (Surface)
A-100-0073 Microminiature Electric Repair (CDP 769J)Aviation)

NEC 9509
A-100-0035 2M Instructor Initial Skill (CDP 469D)
A-100-0136 2M Instructor Cert/Recert (CDP 4704)

NEC 9503
A-100-0144 2M Insp Requal (CDP 0120)
A-100-0058 2M Tech Recert (CDP 759W)


SEAM & Flight Deck Fire Fighting
Flight Deck Fire Fighting

We provide training for the following:
SEAM
Flight Deck Fire Fighting

For Navy Integrated Training Resources and Administration (NITRAS) and scheduling information within the Unit, please contact the Schedules LPO at (360) 257-6381 or DSN 820-6381.

CNATTU Whidbey Island additional courses
CNATT - Other Courses Offered

CNATTU Whidbey Island offers courses that do not fall into any specific platform or rating. These courses are listed here for convenience. For Navy Integrated Training Resources and Administration (NITRAS) and scheduling information within the Unit, please contact the Schedules LPO at (360) 257-6381 or DSN 820-6381.

Huntron

A-100-0076 AN-USM-674 Operator/Maintainer (CDP 4804)

Senior Enlisted Aviation Maintenance (SEAM)

C-600-3210 Senior Enlisted Aviation Maintenance (CDP 5361)

Aviation Gas Free Engineer

C-600-3000 Aviation Gas Free Engineer (CDP 454X)

EA-6B Aircrew Familiarization

C-2D-3763 EA-6B Aircrew Familiarization (CDP 458M)