The Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) system supplements the enlisted rating structure in identifying personnel on active or inactive duty and billets in manpower authorizations. NEC codes identify a non-rating wide skill, knowledge, aptitude, or qualification that must be documented to identify both people and billets for management purposes.
For example, if a Navy police officer ( MA -- Master at Arms ) receives specialized training as a K-9 Dog Handler, he/she would be awarded NEC MA-2005. From that point on, the sailor could be assigned to Navy law enforcement duties involving military working dogs.
Below are the NECs for the MISSILE TECHNICIANS community area:
3348 In-Tube Conversion Technician (APPLIES TO: ET, MT, FT)
MT-3349 Fleet Ballistic Missile Weapons and Navigation System Technician - Special Category (APPLIES TO: MT, ET)
MT-3350 SSGN Attack Weapon System (AWS) Missile Technician (APPLIES TO: MT)
MT-3301 Nuclear Qualified Reactor Department Master Chief (RDMC) (APPLIES TO: Nuclear trained MM,ET, EM)
MT-3302 Nuclear Qualified Engineering Department Master Chief (EDMC) (APPLIES TO: Nuclear trained MM,ET, EM)
MT-3303 Missile Technician TRIDENT II SWS MK 98 MOD 6 (APPLIES TO: MT)
Missile Technicians Operate and perform organizational and/or intermediate level maintenance on POSEIDON or TRIDENT weapons systems, fire control subsystems, missile subsystems, launcher systems, and associated support and test equipment. Perform operational readiness tests of systems and adheres to safety precautions applicable to missile explosive devices, missile hydraulics and missile testing. Participate in missile handling evolutions.
MT 3310 Missile Technician (TRIDENT I (C 4) SWS) (APPLIES TO: MT)
MT-3311 Missile Technician (TRIDENT II (D 5) SWS) (APPLIES TO: MT)
MT-3312 Missile Technician Trident II SWS D-5 BACKFIT (APPLIES TO: MT)
MT-3320 Nuclear Weapons Specialist (NWS) (APPLIES TO: MT)