Army Sergeant Nick Brooks’ surprise took four months and over four thousand miles to pull off. But for his younger brother, Tyler’s graduation it was well worth every minute and every mile. Tyler has Down Syndrome and although he was proud to receive his diploma, having his brother travel from Germany to help celebrate his accomplishments sent him over the moon. After the two shared a lengthy embrace, Tyler learned that not only would Nick be home for two weeks but Tyler would be going to spend two weeks in Germany with his big brother as well.
Soldier surprises his younger brother at graduation rehearsal
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