“I live in Washington, D.C. and my boyfriend is stationed in Kentucky. In June we were about to spend an awesome weekend camping. Two days prior to him flying to D.C. he finds out that he was issued to go overseas. Turns out when Obama sent 375 “Advisers” to Iraq he was one of them. Because he is in the Air Force Special Ops (Combat Controller) he was the first to go. I was completely devastated. He was supposed to be gone for 6 months! About two weeks ago I got home late from cheer practice. I immediately took a shower and put my PJs on… right as I was about to hop into bed… The best surprise was right there waiting for me. He came home two months early… and i’ll never be able to accurately describe the happiness I felt at that moment. But here’s the video that captured this heart-warming moment.” – Maya Rubio
Air Force Combat Controller Surprises Girlfriend
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