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As America sent her men off to fight in Europe and the Pacific during World War II, the women they left behind took up the cause by going to work in factories, shops, and even shipyards all over the country.


They were known as Women Ordnance Workers ... WOWs.


Often referred to as “Rosie the Riveters” this female army did far more than set rivets. They machined parts out of steel, put together bombs as well as bomb-sights, built airplanes, welded tanks and ships, and did a thousand other jobs that a few years earlier, they never would have dreamed of.


This story starts with a handful of WOWs and one very special Kiss For Luck!