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Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) completed a migration and modernization of the command’s public-facing

Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) completed a migration and modernization of the command’s public-facing website to the Defense Media Activity’s Department of Defense Public Web (DoDPW) web hosting and content management system, American Forces Public Information Management System (AFPIMS), Oct. 1.

NETC reorganized and updated web content under AFPIMS for 78 commands and training activities, which means that the majority of NETC’s subordinate commands within MyNavy HR Force Development now have a new web address that Sailors, students from other services, and the public must use to visit their specific sub-sites.

AFPIMS is a common platform that streamlines workflow processes and increases efficiencies for the public affairs mission. AFPIMS allows public affairs teams to display news stories, press releases, publications, fact sheets, photo and video galleries, and podcasts. They can also share this content across 800-plus DoD websites, including the Navy’s flagship website, and seamlessly integrate with the Defense Visual Information Distribution Service (DVIDS), YouTube and other social media platforms.

Most of NETC’s subordinate commands remain consolidated under a NETC website with a return to using the public web address of Commander, Navy Recruiting Command; Recruit Training Command; and Naval Education and Training Security Assistance Field Activity continue to maintain separate websites. Within the NETC website navigation, all of the NETC activities that have a public web presence can be found by clicking on “commands” in the menu and selecting the applicable learning center to further navigate to school pages.

Please take a moment to bookmark these new NETC website top-level addresses, keeping in mind that many schools will be found under their learning center:

NETC recruits and trains those who serve our nation, taking them from street-to-fleet by transforming civilians into highly skilled, operational, and combat-ready warfighters, while providing the tools and opportunities for continuous learning and development.

Quick Facts

Naval Education and Training Command has a new website, which hosts information for 78 commands and training activities that are part of the MyNavy HR Force Development pillar.  Visit NETC’s new website at to see what’s available.

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