Fort Riley Apache pilot CW3 Chad Kohrs returned from Afghanistan to reunite with his fourth grader, Brodie and sixth grader, Kennedy. As the school choir sang Phillip Phillips “Home”, Kohrs made his entrance. Shocking his kids with an early return, the entire school cheered in adoration for the family’s reunion.
Kids singing “Home” with school choir gets surprise from their soldier
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