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Site Information

Documents on the North Carolina National Guard’s public website and other military web sites are made available in several formats, based on a combination of factors, including the format of the original document, whether the look of the original document needed to be preserved, the availability of visitors to open different formats, and accessibility for those with physical limitations.   This does not constitute endorsement of one commercial product over another. Note our disclaimer for external links.
 

Security and Privacy Notice

This is a national security interest computer system. DoD computer systems are provided for the processing of official U. S. Government information only. Use of this system is restricted to authorized users. System will be monitored to ensure information security, system integrity, and the limitation of use to official purposes. The use of DoD computer systems constitutes consent to monitoring as an integral part of system management. Information derived from system monitoring may be used as a basis for administrative, disciplinary, or criminal proceedings.
IF YOU DO NOT CONSENT TO CONTINUED MONITORING OR ARE NOT AN AUTHORIZED USER OF THIS SYSTEM, EXIT THIS SYSTEM AT THIS TIME. YOUR USE OF THIS SYSTEM IS BEING MONITORED.
The North Carolina National Guard Homepage is provided as a public service by the Public Affairs Office, Office of the Adjutant General, North Carolina (OTAGNC). Information presented on The North Carolina National Guard Homepage is considered public information and may be distributed or copied for non-commercial purposes. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credits is requested.
For site management, information may be collected.
This government computer system uses software programs to create summary statistics, which are used for website planning and maintenance, determining technical design specifications, and analyzing system performance.
For security purposes, and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, this government computer system may employ software programs to monitor network traffic, to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, to cause damage, or to deny service to authorized users.
Unauthorized attempts to upload information or change information on this service are strictly prohibited and may be punishable under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the National Information Infrastructure Protection Act.
The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute an endorsement by the North Carolina National Guard of the web site or the information, products, or services contained therein. The North Carolina National Guard does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations. Links provided are consistent with the purpose of this DoD web site.
 

Site Accessibility Information

We are striving to make the North Carolina National Guard website accessible to all citizens.
If you should find an accessibility problem, such as unreadable files, visual or multimedia presentations that are not adequately described, or other electronic media that is not presented in a format that is readable by assistive technology, please contact us.
We will do everything possible to find a solution to any accessibility problem.
Web Browsers
WeMedia Talking Browser — Different from a screen reader, the WeMedia talking browser becomes the actual browser through which you surf the Net. Complete with large buttons and keystroke commands for easy navigation, the browser ‘speaks’ the text you select within the browser.
Adobe (pdf) File Readers
Adobe’s .pdf format is used for some files on this site. You may download a free .pdf viewer from Adobe’s web site. Additional Adobe free tools are available to assist visually impaired users at access.adobe.com.
The Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program (CAP) provides accommodations to increase accessibility for persons with disabilities throughout the Department of Defense (DoD).
As part of this effort, CAP is committed to supporting research and activities that increase the accessibility of World Wide Web (WWW) for people with disabilities. Unless WWW sites are designed with universal design principles in mind, even the most advanced assistive technology will be unable to access the posted information. Progress has occurred in the WWW community. As more sites are created, however, and as more people utilize the Internet, CAP will continue to emphasize the creation of WWW sites which incorporate universal design features which result in accessibility for people with disabilities. The following sources are listed for information regarding WWW site design standards for accessibility.