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Soldier Reunited With Son Highlights Rose Parade

Associated Press | Jan 02, 2013

PASADENA, Calif. -- A couple who became husband and wife on the "Love Float," a surprise reunion between a returning soldier and his little boy, and a grand marshal famed globally for her chimpanzee research were among the highlights of the 124th Rose Parade on Tuesday. The parade's spectacular 42 floral floats brightened an otherwise cloudy Ne... more

Sarah Smiley: Post-Deployment Bliss?

Sarah Smiley and her husband surprise their kids with his mid-tour leave.

Sarah Smiley

Dustin has already been home from deployment for a month. Yes, it's true. I know because I have a calendar. If I went with my gut instead, I would think Dustin just arrived. The month leading up to his homecoming crept by painfully slow, but the past four weeks have slipped past like a summer's end. To say it's been a good month would be an und... more

Returning Warrior Workshop Breaks Mold

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Sarah Smiley

You have thoughts about what the military is "like." All of us do. Yes, even those of us who are affiliated with the military. Typical stereotypes include the following: The military isn't into "sharing feelings." The military thinks counseling is for sissies. The military encourages bravado. The military is filled with people who love a go... more

Reintegration Concerns Are Normal, Expected Part of Deployment Cycle

Army.mil/News

LANDSTUHL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, Germany - If you're feeling anxious about reuniting with a loved one after being deployed for 15 months, or if you've already redeployed and seem to have trouble fitting into the family routine again, there's one important factor you need to realize - what you're experiencing is normal and usually resolves itse... more

Paintball Aids Reintegration Effort

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Army.mil/News | Nov 09, 2012

FORT BRAGG, N.C. -- It was scouts versus mortarmen on the paintball battlefield, and for one balmy afternoon on Fayetteville's rural eastside, mandatory fun took on a whole new meaning. It was actually fun. "It was awesome," said 1st Lt. Daniel Loeffler, scout platoon leader for the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infan... more

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