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What kind of schooling do you need to become an x-ray tech?

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2007-01-25 05:11:38
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You could attend a 2 year civilian college/vacational school, or attent a 1 year military program. After completing the course you would need to take the national registry and any registry your state would require. You could attend a 2 year civilian college/vacational school, or attent a 1 year military program. After completing the course you would need to take the national registry and any registry your state would require. You could attend a 2 year civilian college/vacational school, or attent a 1 year military program. After completing the course you would need to take the national registry and any registry your state would require.

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