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    Default Using skill port

    Hi I was told to do some training on skill port and am not completely sure how to log onto it to get it done. Can anybody help me?

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    Go to google, type "us army skillport" go to website, log. In (follow instructions), take courses...its easierif you ask theperson who told you to do them to show you. In person...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MPclk2006 View Post
    ..its easierif you ask theperson who told you to do them to show you. In person...
    Haha. Thought the same.
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