Another episode of the USO’s Operation Family Connect: Road to Reunion is available for people to watch! Road to Reunion is a series of six web videos that chronicle three military families as they anticipate the return of their family members from Iraq. People can also follow each family’s compelling story and share in their exciting moments through home videos and personalized blogs. For those who want to help connect deployed soldiers with their family members during the holiday season, there is also an opportunity to donate to Operation Family Connect.
To watch Home Video 1 of The Binkelys click the imagine below or here. [caption id=“attachment_4979” align=“aligncenter” width=“500” caption=“Marshall teaches the kids responsibility.”][/caption]
To watch Home Video 1 of The Rathburns click the imagine below or here. [caption id=“attachment_4980” align=“aligncenter” width=“500” caption=“Nervousness and doubt start to get the best of Ariana.”][/caption]
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