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What is Navy cryptology?

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U.S. Navy cryptology includes analyzing electronic communications, cracking enemy codes, jamming enemy radar signals, deciphering foreign languages and maintaining the equipment needed to produce top-secret intelligence. The Navy cryptology department touts itself as a member of the "Information Warfare/Cryptology Community."

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As of 2014, a Navy cryptologist's main duty is to collect and analyze communication signals using computers, specialized communications equipment and video recordings. The role of cryptologist in the Navy is very secretive because the job uses advanced technology and special training.

Cryptology is part of the Information Dominance Corps, and enlistees receive unique educational opportunities at the National Cryptologic School. Navy personnel in this department perform duties for the U.S. military and for the National Security Agency.

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