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This also allows units who have missions outside the office environment, such as maintenance, security forces, or logistics readiness, to complete their training away from a government owned computer, Oakland said. To create a username and password, users must first log into myLearning with their CAC on the government network. Airmen can use a mobile device with the security authentication applications FreeOTP or Google Authenticator, which are both free and available on the device’s app store.

With the use of a myLearning username and password, Total Force Airmen and Guardians will be able to learn whenever, whenever, and on any device as of June 23. Officials from the Air Education and Training Command have announced the addition of a new identity access management tool to the learning system. This tool will enable personnel with a Common Access Card to create a username and password to log into myLearning and myTraining on privately owned devices (such as a phone, tablet, laptop, etc.) with the help of a third-party authentication application.



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