[H5] This website
was developed and is personally maintained by
Michael J. Danberry
This website was created because of the
lack of information available to show how to utilize Common Access
Card (CAC)s on Personal Computers. MilitaryCAC
has been online since 9 November 2007 and has now grown to over 121
individual pages of information and support.
I am the content provider for the
Army Knowledge Online (AKO)
Reference Center. I am not employed by AKO, but, assist by
answering emails addressed to AKO dot CAC at MilCAC dot US and
maintain the pages related to CAC.
If you have questions or suggestions for this site,
contact Michael J. Danberry
[H5] Current Visitor Information
Providing CAC assistance since November 2007
[H5] MilitaryCAC.com registered 11 February 2008
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