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To the lovely people at WelcomeHomeBlog.com, Thank you for the wonderful videos you put on this site. They held so much hope and meaning for our two sons, (myself included), while my husband was away in Afghanistan. Oceans may divide us, but we military families are more alike than we are different.

Jo-Anna April 10, 2015

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Girl asks Santa to bring Airman father home; He delivers!

Girl asks Santa to bring Airman father home; He delivers!

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Airman Jacob Ross has spent over 7 months away from his family, overseas in South Korea. Leaving his 5-year-old Rylinn Ross and 6-year-old Aurora wanting just one wish for Christmas: "Can you bring my Daddy home?" she...


Soldier photobombs wife at Christmas light festival

Soldier photobombs wife at Christmas light festival

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Army Specialist Terrance Clark has been serving in Afghanistan for the last six months. He and his wife, Mariah have only spoken once in all that that time apart. To make sure Terrance wasn’t missing from all the ...

Soldier jumps out of pickup truck to help rescue passengers from Amtrak crash

Soldier jumps out of pickup truck to help rescue passengers from Amtrak crash

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Second Lieutenant Robert McCoy had just avoided being a part of the Amtrak crash when he was traveling down interstate 5. There was no doubt that the Joint Base Lewis-McChord medic was in the right place at the right ...

Colorado hockey team reunites Navy Officer with family in time for the holidays

Colorado hockey team reunites Navy Officer with family in time for the holidays

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The Colorado Avalanche hockey team helped reunited a Navy family just in time for the holidays. Grant, Grace, and Gabby thought they were participating in a game of “Guess The Star Wars Character"...

Girl’s wish for deployed father to come home for Christmas granted by ‘Santa Claus’

Girl’s wish for deployed father to come home for Christmas granted by ‘Santa Claus’

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It had been far too long since Sailor Ryan Morrow was able to wrap his arms around his wife and 3 kids. After a 20-month deployment, his kids would finally get to see him, but it wouldn’t be the way they’re used to se...