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WASP on the WEB is a very unique site...dedicated
to Women's History...and filling in a unique missing piece! Even though
history is not as popular as we would like, we are determined to make this
history blaze a historical trail on the web!
To this purpose, we include these statistics, dedicated to
increasing these numbers as we continue to improve our site!
Since going online in June of 1997, WASP on the WEB has had over FIVE
MILILON visitors. This number is due, in no small part, to Yahoo picking it
site of the week in 1998, and several other prestigious web awards, including a
top 10 in education.
In 2005, statistics reached over
unique visitors for the year!
There have been thousands of email requests for more information
about the WASP. The requests have come from military
personnel, as well as school kids, retirees, ROTC cadets, teachers, and net
surfers of all ages. Graduate students have used information from these pages to
write papers and many grade school children have sent in questions to 'ASK
From these initial contacts, lost WASP have been reunited with
old friends and high school and college programs have received information for
WASP to come (in person) and speak to their classes.
Since this site is an ALL VOLUNTEER operation, please consider supporting WASP on
the WEB. Every contribution is important!
Visitors to WASP
on the WEB since August, 1997 have come from the
sites including NINETY (not all are listed) countries worldwide!
USA sites include Commercial, Network,
Educational, Non-Profit, Government & Military Sites and the
Korea, Republic of
United Arab Emirates
We are dedicated to shining a light on the WASP and increasing
this traffic flow...and will continue to list the site with search engines,
award sites, newsgroups, and educational sites. Want to
help? Here are a few things you can do:
The WASP were the best
kept secret of WWII. Help us spread the word!
Tell your favorite search engines to list us...
mention us when you find a site
that doesn't have a link to us!
Tell your local schools
we're here--kids love to write papers about the WASP!
Write a review and send
it to your local paper--be sure to include http://www.wingsacrossamerica.org
Put a link to our site
at the bottom of all your emails--it works!
Thank you for your interest and your