The federal government is one of the country’s largest purchasers and many of those vendors offer personnel discounted access to their wares. The Joint Task Force – Global Network Operations lets qualified DoD military and civilian employees (excluding contractors) download FREE versions of McAffee, Norton, and Trend Micro software to protect home computers from malicious virus attacks. From a “.mil” workstation, go to the JTF-GNO website. Update the Windows Vista operating system, then download the appropriate anti-virus software. DOD users and network administrators with a “.mil” IP addresses) can also obtain viirus bulletins and software downloads from the DOD Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) website. Operated by DISA anti-virus software may also be obtained through the Army Computer Emergency Response Team (ACERT). If your home computer is not registered with a “.mil” domain name, you may be able to obtain one from Department of Defense Network Information Center web site by following the link to NIPRNET.
The Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard military personnel can save on average up to 30% compared with other online contact lens retailers when they purchase through MilitaryContacts.net. The site caries all major contact lens brands and styles. Click here to see their online Catalog. Contacts can be ordered online to save time and trouble. In addition to major credit cards, MilitaryContacts.net accepts the Military Star Card and offers FREE shipping within the U.S. when orders exceed $50. Anyone who can shop at the Military Exchange can shop at the online store.
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