Army Specialist Peyton McKenzie had been away from his family for the last three years. So when Jackson saw a familiar face walking through his school’s cafeteria, he initially thought that he was hallucinating. But once he realized that what seemed like a dream was actually reality, Jackson didn’t hesitate to give his brother a long overdue hug.
School band helps Soldier surprise his younger brother during lunch
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