Two Free Notification Services
Easiest Way to Get Our New or Changed Pages
Two FREE ways to subscribe:
Click Here and we will send you an email notice whenever a new or updated page is added to the site.
Follow the simple instructions on the signup screen and don't forget to click the confirmation link on your signup confirmation. That's all there is to do, other than make sure your spam filters accept mail from:
email@example.com; on behalf of Gene Slover US Navy Pages [firstname.lastname@example.org]
We promise never to share or sell your address and there is an link at the bottom of each notice in case you ever want to unsubscribe. It doesn't get an easier, so give it a try.
If you would rather use an RSS feed, continue reading below.
The orange icon above is your gateway to a FREE service that will automatically notify you about our new or updated pages as soon as they are added. See example below, with working links.
If you already have a Newsreader clicking on the orange icon should subscribe you. If you need a Newsreader, two of the easiest to use are Feed Demon for Windows and NetNewsWire 3.1 for Mac OS X. (both free). Google Reader is another alternative.
You can subscribe and unsubscribe whenever you want, (totally automatically with no questions asked), to as many feeds as you want. There is a whole world of information waiting to come right to you when you subscribe to feeds which interest you. Most readers come with a search function to find new feeds.
Here is an example of what you will see when you subscribe to our News Feed. You will receive notice of new or changed files automatically.... it's all free and you can unsubscribe at any time. The example below is current, the links work and you can even email the link to an individual page by clicking the envelope and rate the page by clicking the stars. Please note the 'get this' button at the bottom is used to add the feed to your own website. Click "subscribe" links above or the orange icon to subscribe for yourself.
These feeds are sometimes referred to as RSS feeds, so don't be afraid to try them out.
If RSS isn't for you, we've got a super easy alternative, email.