So, what do you get for that military person who seems to have everything? Whether for Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries, or other special occasions, it can be pretty hard sometimes to choose that special gift for a military person. Here are a few gift ideas for that military person in your life.
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Your Army man will grunt with pleasure when they receive one of these specially crafted United States Army rings. Available in 14K gold or sterling silver, with or without an oval stone.
You can send your airman flying with one of these United States Air Force rings. Available in sterling silver or 14K gold. Styles for both men and women.
Your favorite sailor will think they are "seaing" things when they get one of these beautiful U.S. Navy rings. Available in sterling silver or 14K gold. Styles for both men and women.
A nice selection of styles for both gentlement and lady Marines. These classic U.S. Marine Corps rings are available in both sterling silver and 14K gold.
Sterling silver and 14K gold United States Coast Guard rings, available for both men and women. Makes the perfect give for your "Coastie."
What could be more fun for a military member, after a hard day of duty, than coming home, sitting in front of the computer, and blowing up the bad guys. This assortment of computer war games will have your military member reliving the famous battles of history, or possibly creating a few new battles of their own.
Perfect for veterans, military retirees, those about to retire, and families of deseased veterans to display that special flag.
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These handsome flag cases are made in America, and crafted from solid wood and available in a variety of styles and wood finishes. Proudly display your loved one’s burial or retirement flag for generations to come.
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Tastefully designed wall map which allows you to use lighted pins to display areas of the World where you have been assigned or deployed.
Real military folks don't need an alarm clock to get out of bed in the morning. But, for those who do need a little nudge to get the sleep out of their eyes, reminiscent of basic training, this nifty little gadget gets you going by playing "Reveille," followed by some rather pointed orders from the drill sergeant.