Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Passenger Gives Up First Class Seat To Military Soldier To Thank Her For Her Service.

No Leg Room

No Leg Room

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Jessica saw how no one in the cabin had any space to stretch their legs. She shuttered, realizing this was going to be a long and uncomfortable flight. But when she found her seat, she became even more unsettled. She had expected some discomfort, but she hadn’t realized how uncomfortable she’d be. But as she prepared to take her seat, a man rushed towards her and refused to let her sit. She had no clue why he was acting this way. But once he spoke, she knew. Then she decided to return the favor.

Not Prepared For This

Not Prepared For This

As a military trainee, Jessica had been prepared for just about any type of situation. But when this guy came at her that way, her training went out the proverbial window. Suddenly, she found herself shaking with emotions. But what else could possibly happen to her on this plane?

Longing For Home

Longing For Home

Ask any military soldier and they’ll tell you that their family is the first thing they think about when they wake up and the last thing they think about when they go to bed. But sadly, many of them may not see their loved ones for months, or even years, once they’re deployed. So, soldiers always look forward to those rare visits home.

Home For The Holidays

Home For The Holidays

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Jessica was heading home for the holidays. She couldn’t wait to see her family again. Her heart grew sadder each day she spent away from them. In fact, it had been quite a while since she’d seen them. But she took comfort in the fact that she was doing something important for her country. She thought about this as she took her passport and walked to the boarding gate. But that day, as she looked around for her seat, she realized something was off.

Claustrophobia

Claustrophobia

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To accommodate hundreds of passengers on one plane, the amount of space within the cabin is severely limited. So, it’s total mayhem when everyone’s boarding and trying to put their luggage away in the overhead compartments. It’s shocking more passengers don’t have panic attacks.

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