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Soldier’s surprise for his first grader ends with him whipping tears from both of their faces

Soldier’s surprise for his first grader ends with him whipping tears from both of their faces

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Sergeant David Turner was nervous as the moment grew close for him to sneak up on his 6-year-old daughter Claire. But Sergeant Turner didn’t expect so many tears from himself as well as a special thank you from all o...


Navy veteran helps save hundreds from Hurricane Harvey’s devastation

Navy veteran helps save hundreds from Hurricane Harvey’s devastation

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With her heart heavy after seeing how Hurricane Harvey impacted the people of Texas, Gina Austin decided to pack up gear and supplies, leave her California home and try to rescue who ever she could. Having served twenty-two years in the Navy, she says her time spent in Texas was like a bad deployment. While she worked with a rescue group doing so much good, Gina saw a lot of evil. Not only did they get shot at, seven state troopers were run over by a car. But the look on the little boy’s face when Gina reunited him with his chihuahua that she rescued made all the difference.

Wounded Veteran reclaims normal life with new ‘smart home’

Wounded Veteran reclaims normal life with new ‘smart home’

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After moving seven times in six years, Army Corporal David Bixler and his family finally got to move into a permanent home. For David, who endured countless surgeries after stepping on an IED that left him with spinal...

WWII veteran, 99, throws out first pitch at Busch Stadium

WWII veteran, 99, throws out first pitch at Busch Stadium

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World War II Army veteran Clarence Adelhart’s heroism was honored by opening the St. Louis Cardinals game by throwing out the first pitch. Having served with the Seventh Armored Division in Eroupe during the Battle of Metz and the Battle of the Bulge and surviving it all, Clarence was

After 12 years, this Army vet is finally graduating from Clemson

After 12 years, this Army vet is finally graduating from Clemson

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Jeff Fulton knows he's lucky to be alive today. The 33-year-old Simpsonville resident served two tours with the United States Army in Afghanistan, and has stared death in the face more times than he can count. His ...



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