Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

When This Military Father Turned To Wave Goodbye, He Got An Awesome Surprise!

A Hug For The World To See

A Hug For The World To See

Military Coming Home / YouTube

A woman was with her three children at a basketball game when the announcer picked them to answer a trivia question to win tickets to the movies. But instead of a trivia question on the screen, there was her husband, Staff Sgt. Nathan Nenninger, who had just returned from Afghanistan. When the stadium door opened, Sgt. Nenninger walked out, and his wife ran to him for a hug that made everyone cheer.

And there are times when the people doing the surprising are actually being surprised.

A Sneaky Surprise

A Sneaky Surprise

WSOCTV.com

A woman and her seven kids went to the airport to welcome their soldier home from being deployed. As the family patiently waited at the arrival gate, while holding a huge banner, they had no clue that their soldier had a surprise in store for them. He approached from behind, and as they turned around they couldn't help but smile and laugh and exchange hugs.

It's nice when surprises come in pairs.

The Best Present Of All

The Best Present Of All

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Germaine has 7 children, 16 grandchildren, and 22 great-grandchildren. Her daughter, Dawna, had a huge surprise party planned for her 80th birthday. But the real surprise was her son, Cory, who was home from Fort Bragg. As everyone was wishing Germaine a happy birthday, Cory showed up, which caused his mother to scream "Oh my God!"

There are times when the surprise doesn't matter as much a being together.

Anything For Her Son

Anything For Her Son

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There were dozens of families gathered together to wait for the arrival of their loved ones from overseas. But there was no reunion quite as special than that of a soldier, his wife, his daughter, and his son, who was sick. Even though his son was on oxygen, his mother made sure that he could be there when his dad got off of the plane, which was more than worth the effort.

And don't forget about the soldier who turned around to see huge surprise!

Just One More

Just One More

Daily Mail

The Spanish Royal Air Force was leaving for the Mediterranean. They were given the task of breaking up the smuggle rings that were taking advantage of the refugees and migrants from Asia and Africa. As they walked across the tarmac at Moron Air Base in Seville, there was one soldier who turned around to see his daughter running after him. She needed one last hug and he had no problem giving her one, regardless of the protocol.

There's no better present than what these next boys received.

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