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To the lovely people at WelcomeHomeBlog.com, Thank you for the wonderful videos you put on this site. They held so much hope and meaning for our two sons, (myself included), while my husband was away in Afghanistan. Oceans may divide us, but we military families are more alike than we are different.

Jo-Anna April 10, 2015

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Wounded Army veteran finds new passion into therapeutic art

Wounded Army veteran finds new passion into therapeutic art

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When Army veteran Zeke Crozier’s military career was cut short by a life-threatening injury, he wasn’t sure what to do after his recovery. Surviving a helicopter crash in Afghanistan that left him with some traumatic ...


Wounded Army veteran’s emotional reaction to mortgage-free home for his family of seven

Wounded Army veteran’s emotional reaction to mortgage-free home for his family of seven

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While serving in the military for twenty-two years, Army veteran Staff Sergeant Oscar Smith completed tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, earned seven Bronze Stars; he nearly lost his life in a rocket attack that left him physically disabled and suffering from PTSD.

Wounded Veteran Proposes To Girlfriend With Help From Former President Bush Junior and Senior

Wounded Veteran Proposes To Girlfriend With Help From Former President Bush Junior and Senior

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Retired Army Specialist Tyler Jeffries, who lost his legs in Afghanistan in an IED explosion in 2012, proposed to his girlfriend, Lauren Lilly, in front of Former Presidents George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, and their...

Wounded Veteran reclaims normal life with new ‘smart home’

Wounded Veteran reclaims normal life with new ‘smart home’

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After moving seven times in six years, Army Corporal David Bixler and his family finally got to move into a permanent home. For David, who endured countless surgeries after stepping on an IED that left him with spinal...

Wounded veteran surprised with new car at baseball game

Wounded veteran surprised with new car at baseball game

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Retired Sgt. Jay Erwin thought he was asked to attend Monday night's Kansas City Royals game at Kauffman Stadium to be recognized for his service but had no idea he was about to win a brand new car.