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NEWS | Sept. 9, 2022

AOAP: Temporary Solution to Run Reports

BLUF: The AOAP function in AESIP is temporarily down and a workaround solution exists to view data.

AOAP samples
Photo by Lt. Col. Jefferson Wolfe
Due to the Army 365 cloud migration, the Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP) section in the Army Enterprise Portal (AESIP) is currently down. While it undergoes repair, a workaround solution can be found HERE.

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