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PHOTO: The Perfect Homecoming

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Kristin Comstock welcomes home her husband Vince at the Spokane airport. (PHOTO: Courtesy Kristin Comstock) Kristin Comstock welcomes home her husband Vince at the Spokane airport. (PHOTO: Courtesy Kristin Comstock)
SPOKANE, Wash. - Every now and then you see something that you just have to share with the world. Something that maybe makes you smile or maybe brings a tear to your eye. On Friday night we received a photo from KHQ viewer Kristin Comstock that did both.

The photo is of Kristin embracing her husband Vince at the airport after he returned home from serving our country in the Navy for 9 months on Friday. And as if that image wasn't incredible enough, two little girls snickering as their parents hug and kiss for the first time in nine months certainly overloads the adorable factor. 

Kristin was kind enough to share this photo with us, and this article is to simply do the same for you, while simultaneously saying thank you to Vince and all of our military men and women for your service to our country. 

And on this Memorial Day weekend, please remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice never had this amazing moment. 
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