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Guest Tom Scully

John,

One problem is also that the two links you posted, begin with "http", not "https", which is the prefix that the Ft. Benning URL requires:

http://www.google.com/#hl=en&safe=off&...95f0d161f018361

he United States Army | Fort Benning

- 3:30am

Benning, MCOE, Maneuver Center, Armor, Infantry, schools at Benning, Basic Training, Airborne, Ranger, OCS, Army.

https://www.benning.army.mil/ -

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Yes. Curious. Which is the dummy gateway?

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