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We want to know what you think about our ALP web site and the ACNet Association. We want to get your feedback in order to make this site fulfill it's mission in the best possible way. We can only improve (where improvement may be needed or is necessary) if persons like yourself let us know what you would like to see on this web, such as new content, modifications to existing content you think might be helpful, and just plain content corrections of any mistakes we've have inadvertently made. We also like to know when we are doing well and fulfilling our commitment to you and all the Autodiners by providing you with useful historical, and current information references to the AUTODIN System.

Please fill out the following form and submit it. We'll try to review and accommodate each and every respondent's feedback request and respond to any critique offered.


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