After 195 days in Iraq, Army Staff Sgt. Brandon Sistrunk returns to Colorado Springs, Co to his beautiful family in front of those snowcapped mountains on the other side of the photo that touched the hearts of so many people. SSgt. Sistrunk’s wife explained that the photo wasn’t just a reflection of their family’s unity but it also represented their solidarity with other military families.
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