Cyber warrant officer program broadens eligibility

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By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrea Perez
Navy Personnel Command Public Affairs

In order to meet the increasing demand for officers with specific computer network operations knowledge, skills and abilities, requirements for the Cyber Warrant Officer Commissioning Program have changed, Navy officials said Oct. 25.

NAVADMIN 259/ 13 outlines amendments to the program. The following is a summary of the changes:

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