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  2. Navy Marine Corps Intranet - Wikipedia

    In October 2008, NMCI's prime contractor HP posted a set of procedures so Apple Mac users can access NMCI's public-facing Web services, such as the e-mail and calendar functions, using their CAC readers with their Macs. The workaround also works with other Defense Department CAC-enabled networks.

  3. NIPRNet - Wikipedia

    For other uses of "NIPR", see NIPR (disambiguation). The Non-classified Internet Protocol (IP) Router Network [1] ( NIPRNet) is an IP network used to exchange unclassified information, including information subject to controls on distribution, [2] among the private network's users. The NIPRNet also provides its users access to the Internet .

  4. Talk:Common Access Card - Wikipedia

    For example, NMCI controls the active directory and the MS Exchange GAL for the Navy and Marines, and AAFESS does the same thing for the Army and Air Force. When you mentioned the about cert updates, it depends on how fast replication within AD is, and NMCI updates the certs in their GAL much faster than 12 hours (and the high side might take ...

  5. Mark Kirk - Wikipedia

    Mark Steven Kirk (born September 15, 1959) is a retired American politician and attorney who served as a United States senator from Illinois from 2010 to 2017, and as the United States representative for Illinois's 10th congressional district from 2001 to 2010. A member of the Republican Party, Kirk describes himself as socially liberal and ...

  6. Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Military history/Archive 130

    This Military history WikiProject page is an archive, log collection, or currently inactive page; it is kept primarily for historical interest.

  7. Wikipedia:Village pump (technical)/Archive 78 - Wikipedia

    It's a list of the Members of Parliament elected at the United Kingdom general election, 1832. Other similar lists in this series have been implemented as a table split into sub-sections (by initial letter of the constituency name), for example in List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1857.