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Crisis Response Operations in NATO Operating Systems (CRONOS) is a system of interconnected computer networks used by NATO to transmit classified information. It provides NATO Secret level operations, with access to NATO intelligence applications and databases. As of 1999, a wide area network of NT computers used in NATO in Europe. CRONOS provides e-mail, the Microsoft Office Suite, etc. It provides informal messaging (e-mail) and information sharing within the NATO community. There is no connectivity between CRONOS and any US network or with the coalition wide area network.
See also 
- SIPRNet - U.S. Secret Internet Protocol Router Network
- RIPR - U.S. / Korea Coalition Network
- British networks: the Joint Operational Command System (JOCS), the MOD Corporate HQ system (CHOTS), and Foreign and Commonwealth Office's (FCO) FIRECREST system for exchanging information at higher levels of classification.
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