Domain .mil - gTLD

How to register a .mil internet domain?

  • Registration fee
    .mil domain names are restricted to U.S. government entities only
  • Renewal fee
  • Trade fee
  • Transfer fee
  • Minimum registration and renewal period
    1 year
  • Restrictions

.mil domain information

.mil domain is a sponsored top-level domain (sTLD) in the Domain Name System of the Internet, specifically reserved for the United States Department of Defense and its affiliated or subsidiary organizations. The domain name "mil" is derived from the word "military." Established in January 1985, it stands as one of the earliest top-level domains. Unique to the United States, the .mil domain highlights the U.S. military's pivotal role in the inception of the Internet. While other nations typically utilize second-level domains for their military entities (such as for the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence), the U.S. remains distinctive with its dedicated .mil top-level domain. However, it's noteworthy that the U.S. military also employs other domains, like .com for recruitment sites and .edu for its service academies. The overarching Department of Defense uses the .gov domain for its primary homepage, with several .mil domains redirecting to it.

Currently, we are not offering the sale of the .mil domain name.

Information about the .mil domain registry

.mil - generic top-level domain name (gTLD)
Available domain TLDs: .mil
Registry: DoD Network Information Center
Website: not published
Public WHOIS server: none

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