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Marine visits niece at school for one last goodbye before deployment

Marine visits niece at school for one last goodbye before deployment

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Sometimes you just need one more goodbye. His niece cannot contain her excitement for her uncle’s surprise or her tears as she says goodbye one last time before he leaves.


Hyundai surprised deployed troops by virtually reuniting them with their families at Super Bowl LI

Hyundai surprised deployed troops by virtually reuniting them with their families at Super Bowl LI

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Watching the big game with your nearest and dearest is a time-honored tradition just ask these soldiers, who were featured in an ad enjoying the Super Bowl with their families, despite being deployed thousands of miles away...

Vietnam Veteran fighting 4 different cancers receives special day

Vietnam Veteran fighting 4 different cancers receives special day

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Indiana Vietnam Veteran Victor McGovern served 18 years with the Air Force as a plane mechanic. Now at the age of 69, McGovern finds himself in the midst of a different battle between 4 different types of cancer...

Mom surprises 150 of her son’s fellow soldiers with southern cooking

Mom surprises 150 of her son’s fellow soldiers with southern cooking

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When Miranda Morley Shumate found out that her son, Private First Class Morley Setliff and his unit out of Fort Drum, New York would be coming to Fort Polk, Louisiana for three weeks of training, she made it her mission to cook a meal for all 150 members in his company...

Army Vet, police officer receives life-changing gift to help daughter

Army Vet, police officer receives life-changing gift to help daughter

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After serving two tours in Operation Iraqi Freedom and in Operation Desert Storm, Rafael Taft came home to serve his community as a Grand Prairie Police Officer. It was in October when he was nominated to receive a new car at the “Save Our Heroes” concert. But the car wasn’t just to make sure he could get to and from work but rather to help the single dad improve Sunday's life, his 5-year-old daughter with special needs.