Soldier waits for someone special at the airport. Check out who it is

Circumstances of life sometimes lead us to follow paths different from those we love. This separation, may be temporary or not but one thing we all know … it hurts too much! This story relates that fantastic moment … the reunion.

A labrador named Taylor, “Tay-Tay” or “Prince Taylor,” served his country, not one but two military services in Afghanistan. This dog did her job so well, protecting her fellow soldiers, that the Taliban even had a monetary reward, for whoever could get her down.

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Always on your side, Sergeant Tom Hanson, protected and was protected by her. The dog found numerous bombs hidden on the floor, close to the sergeant’s feet, saving him throughout his military service.

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Youtube – NBC News

Taylor, has recently retired from military service. When military puppies retire, they usually go for adoption. The military is always the first to be able to adopt military dogs, once they know each other. The trips are very expensive and so it is not always possible. This is where Molli Oliver comes in.

Molli is a stewardess, but her passion is to bring together military men and women with their service partners, the military dogs. Using only her savings, Molli flies, accompanying the dogs to the soldiers who want to adopt them. She provides these dogs with families, comfort and affection forever.

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Youtube – NBC News

In the video below, we can see that Taylor likes Molli and that on top of everything seems to notice the situation. “Where’s Daddy?” “We’ll find him!” The dedication and affection of this stewardess, makes all the difference for these soldiers.

After two separate years, “Tay-Tay” and Sergeant Tom, they finally have the opportunity to meet again and continue making history. This time, a more peaceful story.

Watch the video of the unrecognizable reunion of these two comrades and share their life stories.

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