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The Best Present Ever!

Video: Dad surprises sons

When two boys found a large box in their home, they thought that their dad had sent them something from overseas. Little did they know, they were about to receive the best present ever…

A Warm Embrace: A Delighted Pug Welcomes His Marine Home
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Trained service animals offer a way for returning veterans to manage the symptoms of PTSD without resorting to the antipsychotics often prescribed. Millions of animals, meanwhile, sit in shelters and foster homes, waiting for a place to call a home of their own. Support Service Dogs for Vets »

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Box1When Amber Sees What Is In The Box She Falls To The Floor! Don’t Worry – There’s A Happy Ending!

Surprises unfolded as Amber Peete was chosen to play the audience participation game called "What's In The Box?" She was given the choice of an envelope, a small box, or a big box, and she (smartly) chose the big box. But what was in the big box? Was it a car? A bike? An animal? What was in it?!

CumberlandAmericans3OMG This Coach Brought Tears To My Eyes. Heads Up High, Cumberland American!

The kids who make it to the Little League World Series are amazing athletes, and likely destined for great things on or off the field. But responding to a heartbreaking loss is so difficult for these talented athletes...

HomeforHeroes2USMC Staff Sergeant Rafael Arias Hernandez: A Hero Deserving of a New Home

Building Homes for Heroes is committed to helping our wounded veterans rebuild their civilian lives upon their return from duty. They do this by building, or modifying, homes that they then gift to the veterans and their families. USMC Staff Sergeant Rafael Arias Hernandez is one of several recipients of the efforts that make this vision a reality.

RobinWilliamsTroops1His Unwavering Support: Robin Williams and His Time with Our Troops

The late Robin Williams not only was a fine actor and comedian, but an unwavering supporter of each and every branch of the U.S. Military. In fact, he performed for more than 89,400 service members throughout his life, including stops in Afghanistan, Kuwait and Iraq, among several others.

WhitecapsReunion1When These Two Siblings Threw Out The First Pitch They Never Expected To Recognize The Catcher!

Brother and sister pair Kora and Wyatt were chosen to throw out the first pitch at a Whitecaps baseball game at Fifth Third Ball Park. The siblings thought they were throwing the ball to a Whitecaps player, but as it turns out, the catcher was someone who was very familiar to them...

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Two-thirds of America's homeless veterans served for at least three years, and one-third were stationed in a war zone. They have served in all the conflicts of recent years, including Afghanistan and Iraq (OEF/OIF). Despite their sacrifices, they return home to a new struggle against poverty and hunger.

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