Veteran Waits Anxiously At The Airport - Don't Miss This Reunion

Reuniting Army dogs with their handlers can be a difficult and expensive endeavor, but one flight attendant is determined to help. She recently arranged a touching reunion for one K-9 after her service was up.

Molli Oliver says, "I love the dogs, and I love my military that's taking care of my freedom my whole life, so it's a win-win to combine the two." That's the veteran flight attendant's reason for making sure army dogs find their way home to their best friends.

Taylor, known also as 'Princess Tay Tay,' spent most of her life serving in Afghanistan. She worked with Sergeant Tom Hansen, who says she's 'found bombs hidden' beneath him. Taylor has saved so many lives that the Taliban put a bounty on her head.

Now Taylor is finally getting her honorable discharge. She and Hansen went their separate ways for a while, but when army dogs finish their service their handlers have first dibs on adoption. Hansen was thrilled at the chance.

"It's like a part of me has been missing. Getting her back now, it'll make me whole again," Hansen says.

Reuniting handler and dog can cost thousands of dollars, but Oliver tries to help. She picks up the dogs and flies them (in Taylor's case, first class) to wherever they need to go.

After a touching reunion full of wags, belly rubs and tears, Hansen hugged Oliver and thanked her. Oliver is a hero, reuniting heroes.

Source: Life Aspire
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