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Corry Station Naval Technical Training Center
Located near Pensacola, Corry Station houses the Naval Technical Training Center, Electronic Warfare and Technology School, Instructor Training School and Joint Aviation Electronic Warfare Training.
Corry Station is the home of the Marine Information Centre dominance "or CID. The original Corry field has its beginnings in 1923 in a remote area north of Pensacola, Florida, the relocation of its current location in 1928. The station honors Medal of Honor recipient capc William M. Corry, Jr. In 2003, Naval Technical Training Center, Corry Station officially became the Centre for cryptology, Corry Station, under the Chief of Naval Operations of the Navy establishment learning centres to support the revolution in training. In 2005, Centre for cryptology, Corry Station and the Centre for Information Technology, San Diego have merged to become the Information Center Corry Station dominance. Starting from 2007, the Information Centre dominance, Corry Station is the house itself, the parent command, as well as learning site Information Centre Dominanace Detachment Corry Station.
The mission of NTTC, Corry Station, is to operate and administer assigned schools which provide technical training to military and civilian personnel of the Department of Defense (DOD), selected non-DOD personnel and international military students. The command also administers five remote detachments located in Texas, Arizona, Maryland, and California.