Army Knowledge Online - Users

Users

As of October 2010, all active duty, reserves, and national guard soldiers are required to register an account on AKO. There are two different types of accounts on Army Knowledge Online, a full account and a guest account. Authorized full accounts do not require any sponsorship to register, and include the following:

  • Active Army
  • Army Reserve
  • Army Retired
  • Contracted ROTC Cadets
  • DA Civilian
  • DoD Civilian
  • Future Soldiers
  • Medical Retired
  • NAF Civilian
  • National Guard
  • Retired
  • US Air Force
  • US Coast Guard
  • US Marine Corps
  • US Military Academy Cadets
  • 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
  • Incoming Future Soldier
  • Local National Employee
  • Medical Discharge
  • Military Transition
  • ROTC Cadets (MS I and II)

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