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Portland Trailblazer Meyers Leonard gets surprised by his Marine brother, home from Afghanistan and dammit, who's chopping onions in here?
Just to clear things up..... these 3 guys are our sons. The location is SAN ANTONIO, TX. With the SW DRAGONS. My husband and I are very proud of them. #61 Joshua had no idea his brother was planning anything. With it being Nov. 10th the Marine Corps birthday, he wanted to honor his brother and run through their team tunnel with the Marine Corps flag before the game. Never did he except that his brother would show up on the field. After not being able to see any of his brothers high school games, Lance Corporal Efrain Martinez surprises brothers Joshua & Elijah Martinez, during Joshua's senior game.
With the help of the Spurs a solider is able to surprise his son's at the game.
Like on many Saturdays, the Denkins family was at "The Swamp" to cheer on their beloved Florida Gators. But this was no ordinary football game because this time, they were invited onto the field for a special message. It was from Officer Kristia...
An emotional reunion Friday night at Erwin High School.Petty Officer Dale Williams made a surprise visit to his daughter, Kendall.Williams hid behind the Color Guard as his daughter stood on the football field with her cheerleading squad.Just before the national anthem the announcer introduces the naval diver who's been stationed at Guantanamo Bay.It took a few seconds for Kendall to realize her dad was walking toward her but once she did they had an emotional reunion, "I saw him behind me...I was like woah!"Petty Officer Williams, "when i called her name and she turned around...I lost it myself."Petty Officer Williams' visit was short, he had to return to duty Saturday night, but the family said they were going to enjoy the time they had.
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When Master Sgt. Joseph Martell returned home from deployment in Afghanistan a month early, he took it as an opportunity to surprise his teenage son. After landing, he and his wife headed straight to Brussels, Belgium, to his son Justin's high school football game. While showing up at the game unannounced probably would have been surprise enough, Martell took it a step further. He put on the opposing team's jersey and joined his son on the playing field when the referee called a meeting on the 50-yard line. It takes Justin all of three seconds to recognize his dad once the U.S. airman removes his helmet. "I thought he was — I don't even know how many miles [away], and the next thing I know he's standing in front of me and I'm giving him a hug," Justin told Spangdahelm Air Base. Now that's one of the best displays of good sportsmanship we've seen in a while.