Welcome to the TTT Application Process
Thank you for your interest in Troops to Teachers (TTT). Before you begin the application process, have the following information handy:
  • Military Service Information
  • Education (there is no minimal education requirement to become a member of TTT)
  • Teacher Certification or licensing
  • K-12 Education Related Employment (if applicable)
To reduce technological issues with the application, the following is recommended:
  • The Troops to Teachers application works with most updated browser programs. If you encounter a non-compatible browser program even after managing the settings for JavaScript and Pop-Ups to be enabled and unblocked, please try another browser.
  • Enable JavaScript.
  • Allow pop-up windows from the TTT Application.
  • Save information after each section. Periodically the application may time out.
  • Be advised that some browsers will call for a URL of the site you wish to allow for pop-ups. The URL for new TTT candidates is: https://secure.doded.mil/TTTApplication/RegistrationCreateUsernamePassword.aspx.
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This application uses Pop-Ups. If your Pop-Up Blocker is ON please click here for instructions.
If you are not completing this application on a DoD computer, you may receive a certificate error. For assistance with this error, please visit https://www.dau.edu/faq/p/DoD-PKI-Certificates.



Questions regarding this application process, such as browser issues, should be directed to: TTT@navy.mil.

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Last Updated: 05/20/2014