Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

American Hero Surprises His Unsuspecting Sister After 3 Year Deployment.

Military families will tell you that regardless of the number of deployments, they never get used to their loved ones being away. In addition to missing them, there is also the uncertainty of not knowing whether they are ok or not. Phone calls, emails, and letters give temporary peace of mind but nothing beats holding that person in your arms.

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Shane Rader is in the Army, deployed in Europe for the last three years.

Rader was stationed in Italy, unable to take time off to visit his family in Arizona often.

Shane Rader is in the Army, deployed in Europe for the last three years.

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When he left, his sister Elizabeth was only 13 years old.

It was hard for the teen who was close to her brother to all of a sudden go on about her daily life without having him around all the time.

When he left, his sister Elizabeth was only 13 years old.

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Outside of Germany, Italy has the highest number of military bases in Europe.

Soldiers are stationed there for a maximum of five years.

Outside of Germany, Italy has the highest number of military bases in Europe.

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Italy works as a launch pad to mobilize the American military to the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Asia.

Italy's direct access to international waters makes it an ideal location for American troops to set base here.

Italy works as a launch pad to mobilize the American military to the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Asia.

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