Friday, February 08, 2008

They're ba-a-a-a-a-a-ck

CAAF's web site and the Air Force Court's web site are back online.


No Man said...

There goes all our readers. I guess we'll have to hack the CAAF website more often. . . for the uninitiated that was a joke. We do not have the technical capability nor the time to undertake such an effort. We are just unfroven cavemen bloggers here at CAAFlog

Anonymous said...

Glad to see the AFCCA is back online. It would be nice, however, if they could update it with something other than dead links for any case after Oct 07.

Anonymous said...

If CAAF is an independent civilian court, why does the AF control its website?

umkemesic said...
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umkemesic said...

I was wondering that myself.

Everytime the website is down (which is quite often, and in the most inopprotune times) I have noticed that the website appears to reside on the Air Force servers that are located in Maxwell.

Maybe because the Air Force is more tech savvy and gets the good equipment? Or has the type of servers that support the type of files and updates that CAAF needs? After all, the Army and Navy-Marine Court websites could be spruced up a bit.

I'd look into it more, however with my history with computers and websites I might collect an article 134 charge for "wrongfully questioning the wisdom of the powers that be" or my fav "wrongfully impersonating a web administrator" or words to that effect.

Of course a sane judge would throw such bonko charges out---only to be reversed a year later.