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AKO Login

AKOAKO Webmail and Army Knowledge Online gives you the ability to blog, keep personal files, e-mail, instant message, and chat.

Get the facts regarding how to log in to AKO.

Army of Knowledge Online’s had it’s first login in the late 1990s as an experimental outgrowth of a project of the General Office Management Office. This early project led to A2OL (Americas Army Online), but legal concerns over this name and the parallelism to other commercial vendors caused the Army Project team to seek a new name. Early Project Officers for AKO were to develop, research and expand the AKO portal to benefit Army Users Worldwide. The project has run through various incarnations and later project leaders, but still the fundamentals of this system apply: centralized name spacing of email (with webmail access), white pages, unification of data conduits, central capability of authentication and repudiation of credentials and the ability to remotely access content. As of October 2010, all soldiers are required to register an AKO login account. There are two different types of Army Knowledge Online‎ login accounts, a full account and a guest account.

Authorized full accounts do not require any sponsorship to register, and include the following:

  1. US Marine Corps
  2. US Military Academy Cadets
  3. Army Retired
  4. Contracted ROTC Cadets
  5. DA Civilian
  6. DoD Civilian
  7. Future Soldiers
  8. Medical Retired
  9. NAF Civilian
  10. Active Army
  11. Army Reserve
  12. National Guard
  13. Retired
  14. US Air Force
  15. US Coast Guard
  16. US Navy

Unlike a full account, guest accounts require an Army sponsor with an authorized full account. Guest accounts include the following: Army Volunteer, Contractor, Family Member of Full AKO Member, Federal Civilian Agencies, Foreign Officer (attached to U.S Army), Homeland Security, Incoming DA Civilian, Medical Discharge, Military Transition, Incoming Future Soldier, Local National Employee, ROTC Cadets (MS I and II)

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