“Every year Central Valley high school goes to the middle school to help with the field day that they have at the end of the year. About 2-3 weeks before this one, I got an email asking to help with a surprise for this Airman’s son and I said, ‘Most definitely, I would be honored to.’ I was able to get all of the information on the father and was able to come up with a plan all in the same day. It all worked out, we were able to help this father who has spent the past year in Qatar serving for the U.S Air force to surprise his son a week early and what a surprise he got!” -Ethan Young
Blindfolded son gets stunning surprise from Airman at field day
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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.