Does anyone know anything about Naval Reserve CTI as a field?

I am planning to enlist, but I don't want to go in blind... I want reserve because I have another job at the moment - one I promised 6 months to in exchange for some training (cake decorating) and I have several things about the area I live that I don't want to give up... I realize a lot of the details would be classified, but I want the general "this is what its like".... any thoughts are appreciated/

Asked By: cher - 11/7/2009
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CTI is a high demand deal with the navy, That means as a reservist you would have to plan to be activated.. alot. They'll send you to school where they give you 6 months to learn a new language. If you are unable to learn the language you will NOT be released from your contract, the navy will assign a different job to... More
Answered By: pmm999992000 - 11/7/2009
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CTI is not usually an option going directly into the Reserves.. you usually have to be one AD first and then transition to Reserves... More
Answered By: Mrsjvb - 11/7/2009
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