The AKO Classic portal will sunset on 26 September 2019. In order to avoid data loss, all users are encouraged to download and migrate their personal and organizational files from AKO Classic to AKO 2.0 at their earliest opportunity.
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If you receive an access denied using your AKO account please use the link in the message to request access to the site. Not all AKO users have access therefore you must request access in order to login to the site with your AKO account. For questions/assistance please contact [email protected]
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Army Knowledge Online https://ako.us.army.mil. The AKO Classic portal will sunset on 26 September 2019. In order to avoid data loss, all users are encouraged to download and migrate their personal and organizational files from AKO Classic to AKO 2.0 at their earliest opportunity.
Army Knowledge Online (AKO) – Beyond Social Media Army Knowledge Online (AKO) is the military answer to social media via the internet by providing many useful services, well beyond the social means, to military personnel and their families. Military personnel are required to register their Army Knowledge Online (AKO) account. It provides many ...
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