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Vietnam vet finds touching note on his windshield

Vietnam vet finds touching note on his windshield

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A heartfelt note left on a Vietnam veteran's truck has his family looking for a good samaritan. Mike Koma found the letter on his windshield. The mystery person had seen Koma's Vietnam Veteran stickers in the store parking lot...


Jay Leno surprises a soldier whose fight continues off the battlefield

Jay Leno surprises a soldier whose fight continues off the battlefield

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U.S. Army Private First Class Stephanie Morris was completely taken by surprise when late night talk show host, Jay Leno brought a few special gifts. Thinking that she was just sharing her story with Jay, PFC Morris w...

Deployed Airmen gets life changing surprise from his bride-to-be

Deployed Airmen gets life changing surprise from his bride-to-be

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“Surprising my Air Force fiancée, First Sergeant Blanco, who won't be home for 5 weeks with epic baby announcement!” -Bianca Blanco

Navy veteran rebounds from debilitating injury with tennis

Navy veteran rebounds from debilitating injury with tennis

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Navy Veteran Michael Smith was only 20-years-old when he lost his legs after a helicopter blew up on deck of the USS Bellwood. Michael told FOX10, "when I lost my leg, one of the first things that somebody told me is that I wouldn't be able to do things." Since his recovery Michael has been proving them wrong. Winning a slam dunk contest just months after his recovery then going on to compete in the US Open for Wheelchair Tennis.

Retired Marine Colonel uses incredible talent to remember the fallen

Retired Marine Colonel uses incredible talent to remember the fallen

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"In the military, we say a warrior dies twice. The first time is when he draws his last breath, and the second time is when someone speaks his name for the last time." –Colonel Lee Busby; USMC, Retired



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