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Center For Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Keesler

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The Center For Naval Aviation Technical Training Unit Keesler (CNATT Unit Keesler, CENNAVAVNTRAU Keesler AFB MS, UIC 32861) is an aviation technical school operated by the U.S. Navy in Biloxi, MS. It is located on the campus of Keesler Air Force Base. It was formerly known as Naval Technical Training Unit Keesler (NTTU Keesler) prior to 2003.[1][2]

The command hosts the GPETE (General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment) Calibration and Maintenance School (GCAMS), advanced calibration school, and physical/dimensional calibration (B&D Calibration) school.

External links

  • Navy Education and Training Center


  1. ^ official BUPERS military orders, dated 14 October 2003
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