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    Hey all,

    Ran across this the other day from someone in my unit. Apparently if you are in the Army or a GS employee and can get it signed off on, you can have access to the 45 day course and at the end of the course test (if you pass with a certain %) they will issue a free voucher for you.

    For all of you who wish to become certified and are eligible, check it out. I've attached the request form.

    https://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrReg/pl...210&ui=www_edu

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    Looks like this is for the US Army only.
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    Should be for GS employees as well according to the form. Hopefully there are at least a few people that can use this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by advanex1 View Post
    Should be for GS employees as well according to the form. Hopefully there are at least a few people that can use this.
    "GS" doesn't mean much to me, I'm in the UK

    But yes, it's useful to know for those it applies to
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