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A surprise homecoming for a serviceman caused some extra emotion in drama class. A student noticed a camera filming the reunion before she even noticed her father's return. The overwhelming reaction to the surprise is absolutely awesome.
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Sometimes you need to do something silly to make sure kids remember things. This little girl broke her leg. After putting on her awesome pink cast, this staff sergeant had some tips for her. What's the best way to make sure things are always remembered? Rap about it.
A pre-recorded moment of silence created by ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) is being used to collect donations for veterans. The donation of $2.11 by phone call or text message will provide funds for military veterans and those currently serving. This is in commemoration with ANZAC Day that celebrates the service of those who fought in World War I.
Almsot four years to the day, the hijacking of a German shipping vessel by Somali pirates was thwarted by Dutch marines. The role of the Dutch boarding team had been highly publicized but new video released by the German Navy shows they played a huge role also. With an "eye" in the sky, they provided crucial information to the Dutch allowing for a swift response.
Two British soldiers were outside an Afghan bomb factory, when the building exploded during a controlled mission. The soldiers were hard to see and hear, but eventually signaled that they were okay. It is unclear what made the factory blow up but the soldiers narrowly avoided a quick demise as they were only a few feet from the blast. Talk about a close call.
These two adorable little girls, Audrey and Vera, are beyond excited their dad is returning home from his service in the military. This amazing video gives you the entire heartwarming experience from excitment to hugs and kisses. It's beautiful and touching, but be warned, you might need a tissue for those happy tears.
When the selfie gets its own dance song and it reaches the top of the billboard charts, you just know it's out of control. The military selfie, however, is another story. These we can't be mad at. The Norwegian Armed Forces were encouraged to take selfies during their training. There's one in particular though, from an F-16 pilot, that blows that other fighter jet pilot's selfie out of the water sky.
BE WARNED: This one is a tear-jerker. Mason had been in Afghanistan on active duty for nearly a year, but he came back to Arizona early, so he couldn't wait to surprise his dad. This was a special moment for Mason and his dad, so they continued the chain by having him surprise other members of his family. Mason and family friend Scott Kelley arranged these surprise reunions prior to his return.
A claymore mine has instructions for its users. Like this is the side you should point at the enemy. That's pretty important. But then it has some instructions, as this video from FUNKER530 shows, for those who might be thinking about eating it. Not so important...
People try to dummy proof everything, including claymore mines. There's the side for enemies and then the side that has a warning label so no one will eat the explosive. You know, just in case you got hungry while out planting them. Can we hashtag common sense maybe?
Who doesn't wish they could crush things with a tank? Well, Arnold Schwarzenegger is giving one lucky winner the opportunity to do just that with an army tank, thanks to a new charity contest. By donating as little as $10 to After-School All-Stars, you'll be entered to live like Arnold for a day and fly to California to crush things with him. This sounds like a pretty sweet deal, right? You only have until Friday to enter and you can do so by clicking here.
Prism Defence is pushing the extreme efforts of landing a helicopter on a small boat. This training session is being used to test the appropriate actions of this type of scenario. The choppy waters forced the pilot to use his veteran experience and talent to land safely on the docking station.