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Free online jigsaw puzzle celebrating Memorial Day and all branches of the military. The jigsaw puzzle is of an Air Force uniform with two blank identification dog tags resting on the pocket.

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elijah13
Oct 7, 2017
Going to Ct. on Tuesday to visit my cousin. Her father was in the air force and retired from there and then went to work for Pratt Whitney in Hartford.
puzzlelover20
May 26, 2016
Thank you to all that have served and do serve our country and their family members and to those Who Gave All!!!!!!! God bless you and keep you!!!!
jas6415
Apr 7, 2015
Brings it all back home I served in the US AIR FORCE from 1953 to 1974 Still miss it
Weenlie
May 27, 2013
It is 12:30 pm I spent the whole morning restoring my husband's computer. He didn't have any sound but it is working now. So now I can do my puzzle
jiggler
May 27, 2013
Aha - you're a techie wizard!!!
Weenlie
May 28, 2013
Not really but I love technology. I have a cell phone, an IPod touch, an Ereader and my lap top. I really love my IPod because I can take my music anywhere.
jiggler
May 28, 2013
With you there! Love my cell & my laptop - well, gadgets generally. I have to be very disciplined when I go to tool shops or hardware stores!! It pays to be a bit of a handywoman, though, so I like to have the tools to work with.
dbnc2
Mar 25, 2015
Wish you lived near me
my computer needs a doctor quite often
dbnc2
Mar 25, 2015
What a wonderful mystery
brutiful1
Nov 2, 2013
This puzzle is in memory of all who were in the U.S Air Force.
Basinda
May 27, 2013
Wow that was a challenge, I feel so proud of our service men, I hate war but I am proud of our men.
SANTACLAUS
May 27, 2013
And so say all of us.
nlbuchanan
May 27, 2013
Yep, ALL of us. Was a bit difficult for me too.
puppylover101
Jun 26, 2013
Wow it was a challenge and and I am hapy to say that my dad is a part of the AIR FORCE
annbdam
May 27, 2013
Go Army...
dbnc2
May 27, 2013
My husband was in the 697th field artillery battalion "C" Battery started out at Fort Bragg NC in 1940. Thank God he went through the was and come home unhurt. He went to heaven in 1990. I still miss him.
sisgp
May 27, 2013
Sorry for your loss:(
annbdam
May 28, 2013
Thank you for the sacrifice you both made. You husband is with you every time you think of him. My dad was a submariner and my mother was a Rosie the Riveter during WWII. Don't hear that much about Rosie's and what they did during that period.
aussiesapphire
May 28, 2013
Would love to hear more.
annbdam
May 28, 2013
The women who went to work after the men left for military service worked in a variety of positions, but the ladies that worked in the aircraft plants and shipyards got the name Rosie the Riveter. There were also women that flew the planes from US to England, women that helped with calculating the range for bombing runs, several worked on the Manhattan Project also. Jobs that were once held primarily by men were now being handled by women. Basically, it was the beginning of the women's movement after women got the right to vote. One of the Rosie's had been married to a Navy man who worked on a supply ship in the Pacific. While he was on that ship, he wrote stories that turned into the play/movie that you may have heard of called "Mr. Roberts."
aussiesapphire
May 28, 2013
Oh yes, a very poignant story. Loved it - I think most of the actors in Mr Roberts have now passed away, but it was a great story.
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