When Jaclyn Aubin walked across the stage she had no idea that she would get more than just her psychology degree and a round of applause. As she stepped off the stage she didn’t notice her brother Airman First Class Kyle Aubin standing behind her waiting to congratulate her with a surprise reunion. Once she caught a glimpse of him, Jaclyn’s knees buckled as she let out a cry. After she was back on her feet, she embraced her brother whom she hadn’t seen in months.
College graduate gets emotional surprise from Airman brother
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Two young girls were surprised at Pea Ridge high school football game when their dad returned home from an 11-month deployment. 9-year-old Gracyn and her little sister were brought to tears when they realized that the referee they were presenting the game ball to was their dad, Army Captain Braxton Hurst.