After a two-hour flight delay and 7 months in Iraq, Major Christopher Paes is finally home. Disguised as a knight at a medieval dinner theater, Major Paes skipped the horses and battles for a moment his boys won’t forget. After knighting his sons, dad reveals that under that helmet is their real hero.
Marine surprises his sons with medieval homecoming from Iraq
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