"On the most basic level, Pagans are part of the US military. These are men & women who are prepared to serve in combat, in peacekeeping, in any role asked of them by the US government. They are prepared to shed & lay down their lives in defense of this country. They are, regardless of religion, prepared to die in the course of duty."
-- "Karen", in a Community Letter to Georgia Rep. Bob Barr.
The Military Pagan Webring is founded to join together Pagans who serve or who support other Pagans in service to their nation's armed forces. The objectives of this webring are to unite support for Pagans in the military services; to help establish our numbers; and to show policymakers in the military services and governments of our nations that yes, we do exist; and no, we do not pose a threat to our nation's continued defense.
Any of the following types of web sites are welcome into the ring:
In addition, please try to make your site understandable. Though I'm normally a stickler for spelling and grammar, I'll suspend it to help military Pagans receive the recognition they deserve. If you wish to join the Military Pagan Webring and your site falls into one of these three categories, you only need complete two steps to join:
The following images are currently available for free use with the Military Pagan Ring code. If you have another military image that you would like to use (such as a British flag for our compatriots in the Royal Air Force, for example), E-Mail me and I'll create the image for you.
Following are the webring images currently available:
Sample WebRing Code
You will need to adjust certain items in this code, such as image names and webring ID numbers, to make the code fragment work. I will check this when I check your site for entry into the ring and let you know if something needs to be fixed. If you need help with anything related to the webring code, again, do not hesitate to E-mail me.
One last note - please download the images from this page and transfer them directly to your server. If you link to these images on my server, I will E-mail you and repeat this request. To preserve my server's bandwidth, sites that refuse to keep copies of the webring image files on their own servers will be denied access to the ring.