Long Island Father Returns From Deployment In Afghanistan, Surprises Daughter At School For Valentine's DayThe two haven't seen each other in person since last June at her school's father/daughter dance.
New Jersey Father Returns From Deployment, Surprises 9-Year-Old Twins At SchoolCpt. Patrick Moore was deployed in southwest Asia for 11 months. It's his third deployment and the second one his kids have had to endure.
Gold Star Families Gather For Thanksgiving In NYC, Honoring Their Fallen Loved OnesThe 29 families all lost a husband, a wife, a mother, or father serving in the military.
Military Family Reunited With Long Lost Dog Years After She Was Wrongfully Sold By A RelativeMilitary veterans Gregory and Victoria Hudler were reunited with their dog Jodie, more than two years after they thought she was stolen and would never be found again.
Military Families Get Holiday Gift From Boots Up Charity, FAO SchwarzA non-profit organization supporting veterans is working with the iconic toy store.
Army Veteran Trucker Stops On Highway To Salute WWII Soldier's Funeral ProcessionOver the weekend, a patriotic overture gave the granddaughter of a WWII vet being laid to rest a chance to meet and thank another veteran.
Military Mother Surprises Children With Early Homecoming12-year-old JaiceyBelle arrived at school on 11/13 thinking she was there to take part in a food drive. Little did she know she was there to celebrate her mom coming home!
Military Father, Young Daughter Pose For Adorable 'Tea Party' KeepsakeNow, every time Kennedy misses her dad, she can have a tea party right next to their pictures and remember just how much her daddy loves her!
Fallen Soldier's Wife Includes His Combat Team in Baby Gender Reveal25-year-old U.S. Army Specialist Chris Harris was killed in Afghanistan just one week after finding out his wife, Britt, was expecting their first child.
How Military Families Prepare For Their Loved Ones ReturnYour family has been anticipating this day since forever, and finally, your soldier’s deployment is coming to an end. Preparing yourself for the big day and what comes after will require more than simply hanging up a banner and baking a cake. Every military family is different, but most will benefit from these home coming tips.