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Aviation News Webring - Photo of an aviation map - - - Original graphic copyright Summit View - - - Licensed through iStockphoto.com

This Webring
Admits Some
Commercial Sites


Please read requirements for commercial sites in item 4 to the left.

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Aviation News

If your page has anything to do with aviation, you are invited. We strive to support aviation and especially aviation museums. We especially welcome good art, good stories and good pictures. Come on in and share your love of aviation. As we add new members to this webring, you fashion the direction we take. (Commercial sites are welcome if they have informational content in addition to the commercial content.)

A Webring Home Page

This is the "home page" of this webring I own. The home page provides lots of information. For example, it:

  • Introduces the webring,
  • Outlines the membership rules,
  • explains how to join,
  • Provides a sample of the navbar,
  • Provides contact information for me,
  • Links to the many other webrings I own, and
  • Links to my extensive webring help information.

For more information, check the links to the right.

Also, see the extensive information at the bottom of this page.

The Membership Rules


Important Steps

Describe how your site relates to the webring topic.

■ Use the JavaScript, not the HTML.

■ Put the code on the registered page.

■ If you are a Commercial Site, (a) disclose it, and (b) display the navbar for all visitors.

■ Pay close attention to the welcome email you receive.

email me if you need any assistance.

1. This is not an "anything goes" webring. Not every application is approved. Your page must relate to the theme of this webring. When you write your site description, describe how it belongs to this webring. Help visitors to quickly and easily see the connection between your site and this webring.

2. Use the JavaScript code, including the "noscript". This webring does not currently permit use of "native HTML". If you do not use the JavaScript, the system checker will suspend your site.

3. Put the webring code onto the registered page. You must register the page that will contain the webring code. And you must put the code on the page you have registered. This webring does not permit "Pass_L".

4. This webring admits some Commercial Sites subject to special requirements and rules:

6. This webring does not admit other webrings or pages which are just a list of webrings. It also does not admit Webring Owner Profile Pages. It's ok to promote your own webrings. But I want surfers through this webring to find something more than just another webring. Instead of submitting your webring, submit your site.

6. This webring also does not admit:

Note: The links above point to my Terms of Service for more detailed explanations. If you have any questions about these restrictions, please email me.

7. From time to time, I email webring members. By joining, you explicitly opt-in (per the USA CAN-SPAM Act) to receive relationship and transactional emails for purposes of operating and promoting this webring, other webrings, my website and other similar functions. See My Terms of Service.

8. I have other membership rules and WebRing.com does too. I put them in My Terms of Service and incorporate them here by reference. Your submission constitutes explicit acceptance of these rules too. You should also read the WebRing.com Terms of Service. Your submission constitutes explicit acceptance of the WebRing.com rules.

How Long Will Approval Take?

I work diligently to process applications within 3 weeks. However, I own a large number of webrings and I travel. Sometimes, it can take as much as 6 weeks. If you have any questions or if your special and unusual circumstances somehow require special handling, please email me.

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To Join

To join this webring, click here or on the link below the webring graphic at the top of this page.

Fill out the form according to the instructions. You will receive an email with additional information after you have applied to the webring.

To See All the Members

The WebRing.com system has a List or Hub page that will show all the members of this webring. To see that list, click here, or on the link below the webring graphic at the top of this page.

Comments for the
Aviation Webring

This special page serves as a gateway for webrings in the WebRing.com system that are related to the Air Force, airplanes, aviation, the military and other similar topics.

My brother was in the Air Force as a U-2 pilot. He left the Air Force and became a commercial pilot for United Airlines. In December 2001, he returned to the Air Force to again be a U-2 pilot in support of our country. This page, and my participation in these webrings, is, in part, dedicated to him.

In the U-2 section of my website I have extensive information about and photos of the U-2 high altitude spy plane.

After you check out these particular topics, you might like to explore the rest of my site (and get to know me better).  I recommend that you start with my "Home" Page. From there the "Front Door" will provide some highlights of the site, information on my navigation scheme and a bevy of graphics for the organizations I belong to and support. Then "Stuff About Me" will provide more info about me than you could possibly want. (I've included all these links in the link list below.)

From there, I'd suggest just exploring the various parts of the site as suits your interests.

Special Links for the
Aviation Webring

The U-2The U-2: My brother was a U-2 pilot in the U. S. Air Force. Then he left to become a commercial pilot for United Airlines. Now he has returned to the Air Force to again fly the U-2. This is a page about his plane.

U-2 GraphicsU-2 Graphics: Pictures of the U-2 plane. 

MIA: William Young DugganMIA:  William Young Duggan  ����

MIA: Tilden Stewart HolleyMIA:  Tilden Stewart Holley  ����

MIA: Harold Benton LinebergerMIA:  Harold Benton Lineberger  ����

Awards --- Group 14Awards � Group 14: Includes Maverick's Arrow Award of excellence  ����

Awards --- Group 12Awards � Group 12: Includes Foxy Granny's Patriotic Award  ����

Awards --- Group 5Awards � Group 5: Includes SOS Very Informative Patriotic Links award. ����

Paul Revere, Lighting, Riding, Fighting and Other ThoughtsPaul Revere, Lighting, Riding, Fighting and Other Thoughts: Information on Paul Revere's Ride, including the facts, the poem, and some off-site links. ����

Paul Revere's RidePaul Revere's Ride: This poem, by William Wadsworth Longfellow, helped make Paul Revere's ride famous. However, the poem does not mention Dawes or Prescott. ����

The Midnight Ride of William DawesThe Midnight Ride of William Dawes: In 1896 Helen F. Moore wrote this parody of Longfellow's poem and published it in Century Magazine. Of course, even this poem didn't get it completely right. Dr. Samuel Prescott still doesn't seem to have a poem. ����

The Price of LibertyThe Price of Liberty: On July 4, 1776 (give or take a day or two) 56 men pledged: "For the support of this declaration, with firm reliance on the protection of the divine providence, we mutually pledge to each other, our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor." Do you know who they were? What ultimately happened to them? What sacrifices they made? ����

MembershipsMemberships:  Information about all the organizations I belong to, including their logos, their history and purpose, and a link to their home pages. Includes various organizations supporting our armed forces. (See also my Front Door, below.) 

Home PageHome Page: Interested in the rest of my site? I suggest you start here.

Front DoorFront Door: This page highlights new pages of my site as well as some pages I wish to "feature".

James S. Huggins, Pforessional Speaker on Technology, Ecommerce and EbusinessStuff About Me: This section is the blatant, self-promotion section. It contains my biography and resume as well as information on my future speaking schedule and previous speaking engagements. It also contains complete contact information for me.

All About Snippets, My EzineAll About Snippets, My Free ezine: This page tells about my free ezine (newsletter), where it came from, how to subscribe . . . the whole banana.

Site TipsSite Map: Tips on navigating the site, explanations of the red arrows in front of the links, a discussion of the overall site structure, brief principles on the use of animation and some great humorous gifs. 

How to Contact Me

If you have any questions or need assistance in any way, feel free to send me an email.

Other Webrings I Own

I own "several" other webrings. For a full list, see this page:


Other Webring Information

Webring FAQWebring FAQ:  What is a webring? Is it webring (one word) or web ring (two words)? Is it webring (no caps), Webring (initial cap) or WebRing (double caps)? How many webring systems are there? How do webrings work? Why would someone want to join a webring? How does someone join a webring? How does someone create a webring?  


 Webring News and Announcements


WebRing.com Changes Big Time ---  It was October 2001 that WebRing.com came into existence following the end of Yahoo! Webring. Now, 5 years later, WebRing.com is changing again. Moving from primarily a free service to primarily a paid service, the system is undergoing massive change. Stay tuned.

This is the logo for the Ringlink system. This logo is shown ONLY to illustrate the logo for purposes of this article. The appearance of this logo in this article does not imply any endorsement or affiliation of any kind between this site or the author and the Ringlink system.  

Ringlink Activity  ---  While Ringlink has not released a new version since Version 3.2 on 21.Feb.2005, the system seems to be getting a lot of activity. Many people are discovering this great webring system and moving their webrings here. If you don't know about Ringlink, definitely check out this great webring system. I personally recommend it.

This is the logo for the World of Webrings Community. This logo is shown ONLY to illustrate the logo for purposes of this article. The appearance of this logo in this article does not imply any endorsement or affiliation of any kind between this site or the author and the World of Webrings Community.  

WoW  ---  The World of Webrings features the World of Webrings discussion list. It offers a forum for both webring owners (ringmasters) and webring members to discuss the latest hot topics about all webrings, including WebRing.com, Ringlink , Alt-Webring, RingSurf, Bravenet and others. If you belong to any webring in any webring service, you should join this list.

This is the logo for the RingSurf system. This logo is shown ONLY to illustrate the logo for purposes of this article. The appearance of this logo in this article does not imply any endorsement or affiliation of any kind between this site or the author and the RingSurf system.  

RingSurf Passes 3 Year Anniversary  ---  It was 3 years ago, on 16.Aug.2003 when the WoW list list noted that RingSurf's domain name registration had changed. Then the new owner came forward. A RingSurf Feature List was developed and debated. Then, on Thanksgiving day, 27.Nov.2003 the new owner posted on the WoW list that the new RingSurf is up! If you haven't checked it out lately, see what has happened in the last three years.

James S. Huggins is interviewed and quoted in a new Salon.com article entitled: The Strange Saga of Yahoo and Webring (05.Dec.2001)  

Article About Webrings  ---  Check out this excellent Salon.com article about the history of Yahoo! and WebRing.com: The Strange Saga of Yahoo and Webring . For some, it will bring back memories. For others, it will explain the history. Now, I wonder if they will update it to talk about the latest WebRing.com changes.


Webring Sections and Subsections

The Webring Section is a large section of my website. I have divided it into four major "subsections".

  • General Information
  • The WebRing.com System
  • Webrings I Own and Belong To
  • The Wazillion Navbars Project

each "subsection" has it's own special "logo".

As you travel in the various subsections you will find, near the bottom of each page, links to pages within that subsection and also links to the other subsections. To go to any subsection, just click on the "logo" or on the text link for that subsection.

Webrings - - - A chainmail web of rings - - - This graphic identifies pages of my website about webrings in general - - - This graphic is by Dylon White. Graphic copyright 2001 by Dylon Whyte of artofchainmail.com and James S. Huggins

Webrings: General Information

This subsection includes general information about webrings. Webrings can be hosted by a variety of different services. This section deals with the overall concepts and issues, not with any one particular "brand" of webring.

It includes my Webring FAQ, links to articles about webrings, and general help information. Click here or on the graphic.

The WebRing.com System - - - An interlocking stack of gold rings symbolizes the system - - - This graphic identifies pages of my website about the Webring.com System - - - Original image copyright Jeff McIntosh - - - Licensed through iStockphoto.com

The WebRing.com System

This subsection includes specific information about the WebRing.com system.

While not the only webring system on the net, it is the best known and the most used. I own many webrings in this system and belong to many webrings in this system. (I also own and belong to many webrings in other systems as well.) Click here or on the graphic.

Wazillion Navbars Project: Yahoo! WebRing - - - A stack of "ABC" blocks symbolizes stacks of "navbars" - - - This graphic identifies pages of my website about the Wazillion Navbars Project - - - Original image copyright Jeff Allen Johnson - - - Licensed through iStockphoto.com

The Wazillion Navbars Project

This subsection is a historical section about the Yahoo! WebRing system. It was begun during the early days of problems with the Yahoo! WebRing system in September 2000.

It ended when the Yahoo! WebRing system spun off into the independent WebRing.com system in October 2001. I maintain it for the historical record. Click here or on the graphic.

Webrings I Own and Webrings I Belong To - - - A floating stack of rings - - - This graphic identifies pages of my website showing webrings I own and webrings I belong to - - - Original image copyright Jeff McIntosh - - - Licensed through iStockphoto.com

Webrings I Own and Belong To

This subsection shows all the webrings I own and links to all the webrings to which I belong. This includes webrings in Ringlink, RingSurf, Bravenet and the WebRing.com system as well.

If you are looking to join one of my webrings, this is a good place to start. If you wonder about the webrings I belong to, this is the place to go. Click here or on the graphic.

The extra text menu links (previously here) are being removed in the site redesign.
Browser and search engine improvements have eliminated the motivation/necessity for them.

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Sun, 16.Feb.2003

Last updated:
16:20, Sat, 10.May.2014

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