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  • Minuteman NGB site errors

    I signed into the https://minuteman.ngb.army.mil/benefits website to start the TA process. After loging into the website via my personal computer and a CAC card reader I lost all access to the website (unable to connect error). I have tried contact my State Education Counselor regarding the error but they have not returned my call (I called on Monday and Wednesday). Any ideas as to the error and how to fix it? Or even a more direct line then the general State Education Counselor # (904-823-0417)?


    PFC Wachob, Jonathan
    FLNG

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    Re: Minuteman NGB site errors

    I googled it and the URL above is incorrect https://minuteman.ngb.army.mil/Benef...%2fbenefits%2f

    edit: I was on my iPod for this post and the above link that the OP provided was correct.
    Last edited by Chief Kemosabe; May 19th, 2011, 04:19 PM.

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    • #3
      Re: Minuteman NGB site errors

      Same error w/ that link as well. I have tried clearing and deleting my cookies, history, log in, everything that the broswer stores. Any ideas as to a fix?

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      • #4
        Re: Minuteman NGB site errors

        did you click the link to check your IE settings?

        https://minuteman.ngb.army.mil/Benefits/IE.Tips.Htm

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        • #5
          Re: Minuteman NGB site errors

          I just tested with my CAC card and I was able to get in. Can you logon to AKO with your CAC?

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          • #6
            Re: Minuteman NGB site errors

            With all due respect, you should be spending your energy talking with them...and instead of posting here. These forums are not affiliated with that.

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            • #7
              Re: Minuteman NGB site errors

              A lot of times the website will be down. This was the case at the beginning of this recent Spring semester and it locked a lot of people out. But, as stated previously, you should still try to contact your education services people. The squeeky wheel gets the grease.

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