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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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Military daughters’ photos show the reality of how long we have been at war

Military daughters’ photos show the reality of how long we have been at war

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Since October of 2001, the United States has been in constant conflict in Afghanistan. Likewise, the Iraq War lasted nearly nine years, officially ending in 2011.


Soldier brings 9-year-old daughter to tears with surprise reunion

Soldier brings 9-year-old daughter to tears with surprise reunion

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Lieutenant Gordon Moon has spent the last six months in Kuwait but in three days he’ll have to return. So he made sure those first moments would be wistful memories that his family would cherish for years to come.

3 kids get a surprise reunion when their Sailor dad picks them up from school

3 kids get a surprise reunion when their Sailor dad picks them up from school

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Returning home from his 6th deployment, Navy Chief Justin Rongey gave each of his three kids a homecoming they will always remember.

Sailor’s sons get the homecoming reunion they prayed for

Sailor’s sons get the homecoming reunion they prayed for

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For more than a year, 7-year-old Jean-Paul had been sending up prayers and finally they were answered. His dad Navy MA1 Jose Nunez was home from deployment, and surprised Jean-Paul and his older brother Andrew at school.

Airman returns home to surprise daughter at school, meets new born for the first time

Airman returns home to surprise daughter at school, meets new born for the first time

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6-year-old Brooke proudly explained her dad’s job as a military veteran as she stood in front of her elementary school peers.