The Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training (CNATT) is tasked with developing and maintaining the Sailor/Marine Training Continuum for Navy and Marine Corps aviation technical training.

The Pensacola-based headquarters is responsible for 23 sites located throughout the continental United States and Japan. CNATT with a staff of nearly 3,000, trains more than 97,000 students annually in the U.S. and abroad. The center is responsible for curriculum and educational tools, as well as developing training solutions and professional development for aviation ratings, airmen, related aviation maintenance officer training and training for Marine Corps aviation Military Occupational Specialties requirements.

Eight directorates make up the Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training: Total Force, Operations, Integrated Logistics, Functional Integration, IT/Cyber Security, Training, Resource Management, and Technical Support.
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