Air Force Master Sergeant Christina Sullivan wasn’t expecting anything special when she came home from a yearlong deployment in Afghanistan. To MSgt. Sullivan’s surprise, she was greeted by friends and family equipped with signs, banners, and homemade t-shirts. But that was just the beginning, Patriot Guard Riders waiting outside welcomed her home with a stretched limousine, to take her where ever she wanted with few of her favorites inside.
Airman returning from Afghanistan welcomed home with big surprise
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Two young girls were surprised at Pea Ridge high school football game when their dad returned home from an 11-month deployment. 9-year-old Gracyn and her little sister were brought to tears when they realized that the referee they were presenting the game ball to was their dad, Army Captain Braxton Hurst.