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Telling The Army Story

LOCALLY • NATIONALLY • GLOBALLY

Telling The Army Story

LOCALLY • NATIONALLY • GLOBALLY

What is CORE?

CORE is the Army's official content management system that provides the tools you need to build a digital presence for your organization.

  • Publish articles
  • Upload images & documents
  • Create an organization web page
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How can CORE help you?

  • Get Organized

    Manage your team more effectively with user roles, allowing supervisors to edit and approve content.

  • Get Published

    Your articles will be published to Army.mil, branding them on a platform that receives millions of views each month.

  • Get Featured

    CORE articles are considered for the Army's homepage and official social media platforms, engaging a global audience.

More Features. More Control. More Power.

  • Text Editor

    Format text styles, including bold, italic, lists and hyperlinks.

  • Inline Images & Videos

    Drag and drop media assets within the body of your article.

  • Embedded Videos

    Integrate your organization's YouTube videos into your articles.

  • Schedule Releases

    Schedule article to automatically release at a specific time in the future.

  • Tags

    Categorize your articles with keywords, enabling users to explore similar content.

  • Team Management

    Administrators control all team management and member settings.

  • Organization Page Management

    Publishers can customize page settings, navigation and content sections.

  • Performance Metrics

    Track content performance using Google Analytics.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Am I eligible for a CORE account?

    Any 46Q/46R/46Z or 46A Soldier, 1035- or 1082-series DA civilian or contractor serving in a public affairs capacity, is eligible. From basic contributors to administrators, we have a role for every public affairs professional.

  • What is a CORE organization page?

    CORE organization pages are news sites hosted on Army.mil that serve as a public-facing tool to share stories, leadership information, and helpful resources with your audience.

  • Can I import content from other platforms?

    Yes. With a single-click import tool, content that your organization released on DVIDS can be pulled into CORE for publication on Army.mil.

  • How do I change my role within my organization?

    Administrators are responsible for managing team roles within an organization. You can find your administrator on "My Organization" tab.

  • Do I need to have release authority to use CORE?

    No, as a contributor you can create articles and submit them for review by an editor within your organization. Users with release authority can release articles directly to Army.mil for publication.

  • Where does my content go once submitted?

    As a contributor, your content is sent to your organization’s editor inbox. Once released, your content will have a permanent URL on Army.mil, and can be featured on a CORE organization page.

  • What is required to release content directly to Army.mil?

    To release content without additional review, you must be a public affairs professional who has graduated from the Defense Information School (DINFOS), and have been granted release authority by your command or organization.

  • What are the requirements for a CORE organization page?

    Your organization must be a two-star command or higher, or installation newspaper, to qualify. We require that the page administrator have release authority, and that content on the news page be updated at every two months at minimum.

What is EAMS-A and how do I use it to log in to CORE?

Enterprise Access Management Service-Army (EAMS-A) is a single sign-on (SSO) service that manages access to secure Army sites by verifying a user’s identity and permissions. To log in to CORE with EAMS-A, you can use your AKO username and password or your CAC.

Have more questions? Contact the CORE Support Team.

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    • The U.S. Government routinely intercepts and monitors communications on this information system for purposes including, but not limited to, penetration testing, communications security (COMSEC) monitoring, network operations and defense, personnel misconduct (PM), law enforcement (LE), and counterintelligence (CI) investigations.
    • At any time, the U.S. Government may inspect and seize data stored on this information system.
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