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    Master Sgt. Travis Parker surprises his family at Bass Pro Shops in Cary, NC upon his return from a 6-month deployment to the Middle East. Video by Will Doran, wdoran@newsobserver.com

Master Sgt. Travis Parker surprises his family at Bass Pro Shops in Cary, NC upon his return from a 6-month deployment to the Middle East. Video by Will Doran, wdoran@newsobserver.com
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