A U.S. Marine surprised his kid brother after returning home from active service for good. Parker Perner had just finished active duty and hadn’t seen his Kid brother in a year. The Marine - who was deployed twice on long stints visiting several countries - decided to spring a surprise visit on his brother Cash. With the help of their mom Kim, she gave eight-year-old Cash a surprise, which she billed as a reward for doing well at school. With a blind fold on, Cash can been seen eagerly awaiting his gift with his hands outstretched. But suddenly in the background, his older brother Parker, 23, can be seen tip-toeing into the room clutching his Marine’s cap. As mom Kim says she’s about to put the surprise gift in Cash’s hands, Parker reaches over and drops his hat into his palms. As Cash removes his blindfold, he’s amazed to see his older brother’s cap, and looks over the moon with the gift. But just as he thinks that’s the end of it, his mom asks whether he likes it, to which Cash replies enthusiastically: “Yeah!” Kim then says: “Is that a good surprise? Do you like that surprise?” And points behind Cash, where his brother Parker is standing. A shocked Cash falls backwards, before leaping to his feet and embracing his brother in a teary reunion hug. It was the first time he had seen his older brother in year.
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