After serving 10 months in Europe, Sergeant First Class Ronald Lee went the extra mile to his sons at their school. When he returned home SFC. Lee slept in the basement so that he could execute a cherished surprise. But it was well worth the look on their faces when they saw him in the hallway and rushed to his arms.
Soldier goes the extra mile to surprises sons with homecoming reunion
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