Heart-melting surprise reunion between soldier and son at school assembly induces tears

An Australian army lieutenant’s stirring reunion with his son at a school assembly has been captured in a heart-warming video. Lt Michael Anderson was deployed to Afghanistan to serve in the Australian Army seven months ago, leaving behind his son, William, who had been missing him ever since. Heartbreaking video shows immigrant son not recognising mum Family reunited following adoption scam As a way of thanking Mr Anderson and other soldiers for their service to their country, William’s school, Highlands Christian College in Queensland, sent letters and care packages to the soldiers overseas, reports news.com.au. Their warm thanks were returned by Mr Anderson on March 1, when he organised a very special gift to arrive at William’s school, and a camera was there to capture the touching event. Footage posted on the Queensland school’s Facebook page begins with Mr Anderson sending a video message to the school. “Hello, Lt Michael Anderson here. Firstly, I would like to just say hi to my son, William Anderson, hey buddy. I will see you very soon and am looking forward to getting home mate and giving you a big home. I miss you mate,” he said. The video shows William visibly emotional, with… Read full this story

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