EDUCATION THROUGH U.S. MILITARY
All military candidates for certification and registration must include their program director’s endorsement with their applications, attesting that the candidate is a graduate of the program.
The military’s Tri-Service Radiography Program is presented in two phases. Phase 1 for all services is conducted at the Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Phase 2 is conducted at various locations throughout the United States.
Graduates of the JRCERT-accredited program will earn their respective military occupation code (AF=4ROX1, Navy=8452, and Army=68P) and are eligible to apply for ARRT certification and registration. The METC Program Director requires official copies of college transcripts demonstrating an associate or higher degree obtained from an academic institution accredited by an agency recognized by ARRT.
The military’s Nuclear Medicine Program is located at the Medical Education and Training Campus at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and is a program of Air University, a regionally accepted institution. Graduates must submit their completed ARRT certification and registration applications to the program director for verification and endorsement.