[Jeff Foxworthy voice]If you can watch those and not get a tear in your eye, you might be a sociopath.[/voice]
A tear? Try many, many tears!
How about we bring them all home now and make many more families happy!
This is great, every soldier, sailor, airman, and Marine and their families (especially the kids!) deserve a homecoming surprise like this. This also had the unfortunate and unintended side effect of making me think about all the families that instead get the ultimate worst news about their loved one serving overseas. :(
After a crappy day at the office, it takes something like this to put things back into perspective. Thanks for the post.
Thanks, This is wonderful.
Dude, what is it with you and Say Uncle running quality control inspections on my tear ducts lately?
Definitly had a tear or two… Amazing
Awesome – heart rendering stuff there.
Somehow it makes me think more about the families of those men and women who won’t ever be coming home. Saying a heartfelt ‘thank you’ for their sacrifice might be enough and all that is expected for a fighting man or woman, but its never enough for the loved ones they have left behind.
I hope those returned servicemen and women get to ‘stay put’ for while.
If you don’t believe that grown men can cry in empathy for their fellow man, watch them.
Way to make me cry man.
All Service Members deserve good a good homecoming surprise like these guys.
i dont think iv cryed that much in my life lol that makes me soo happy when u see ur dad or ur mom come home from the war and u finally get to hold them in ur arms after what all they have seen and been through
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