What military job in the navy or army closely related to computer crimes?

I am looking to get into the military wether it be the Navy or Army (being that I am 30) for active duty and I want to get into the Computer Security field (Computer Forensic) after my enlistment is over. I was wondering what jobs in the Navy or Army closely resembles that line of work or at least prepares me to get into that field after enlistment? Thank you.

Asked By: - 10/4/2010
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The job you want in the Navy is called the CTN rating. you'll need a background in computer networking and computer languages (Java, SQL, "C", etc). For more, bug a Navy and Army recruiter. I don't want to rain on your parade, but I don't know if they are taking other services in either the Navy or Army in those fields... More
Answered By: Your Uncle Dodge! - 10/4/2010
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I recommend Naval Intelligence
Answered By: Dennis c - 10/4/2010
As far as computer crimes in the Army, you would be looking at Criminal Investigations Division (CID). However, you can't just enlist for it. Find a job related to networking and working with computers or intelligence if you are just looking for a short enlistment.
Answered By: Steven R - 10/4/2010
In the army, the MOS that are the 25 series deal with computers and such. To elaborate on that, I would recommend you go talk to a recruiter and tell him what you are interested in. Ultimately, it comes down to your ASVAB score
Answered By: dizzle - 10/5/2010
I can only answer for the Army, but your best bet is to check out 35T MOS. In that field you work on and repair Military Intelligence computer systems. You get a TS clearance, which helps to find a job in any field when you get out, and experience working on many different systems. It is the best advice I can give you... More
Answered By: JoeWeezy - 10/6/2010
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