Most kids ask for toys and video games but not 7-year-old James Croot. James wished for the one thing Santa couldn’t make in his shop, his dad, Air Force Staff Sergeant Aaron Croot who had been deployed for 9 months. When he read the touching letter about at his school’s Christmas program there wasn’t a dry eye in the room. Not even for SSgt. Croot who didn’t know that James wrote a letter and was hearing it for the first time as he waited backstage to make his son’s Christmas wish come true.
Airman makes son’s Christmas wish come true during holiday program
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