Guard RSS News Feeds
National Guard news and information is available through
RSS feeds, which use a technology called XML to deliver headlines
and summaries to your desktop or Web browser. RSS feeds,
when used in conjunction with an RSS Reader, will automatically update
with the latest content at set intervals so that you do not have
to visit this page to check for the latest news.
- What is RSS?
- RSS or Rich Site Syndication (also 'Really Simple Syndication)
feeds are free content feeds from web sites that contain headlines,
summaries and links to the full page on the web site.
Using an RSS reader, you can view data feeds from various news sources.
- How do I use RSS?
- Special news readers, called 'news aggregators' are required
for you to be able to use RSS feeds. You can locate RSS readers
via web search engines such as Google or Yahoo.
Some Web browsers, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 (Win),
Firefox (Mac/Win), and Safari (Mac) also allow you to view RSS
feeds directly in your browser.
- Why use RSS?
- RSS is an easy way to gather a wide variety of content in one
place on your computer. Rather than having to visit many web sites
to find out if there is new content, the RSS aggregator shows it
all to you in one screen. Many RSS readers also 'alert' you when
new content from your favorite web site is delivered.
- How can I sign up for RSS feeds
from the National Guard?
- If you
have a news reader, or news reader enabled Web browser, and wish to acquire our feed, use the links
at the top of this page. Note that these feeds are coded in a format
called XML and will not render correctly
in older web browsers (you will only see raw code).