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Brandon is a tech sergeant in the Air Force. We met him while he was serving his 3rd tour in Southwest Asia. Brandon told us that "overseas deployment is like living Groundhog's Day." Between 10-12 hour days on the field, limited recreational activities, and pursuing his online degree— Brandon really didn't have much opportunity to connect with people or home.
When we arrived on base, we met Brandon and a group of service members after we set up for that evening's show. Brandon's eyes lit up as he recognized one of our magicians from a TV show. They spent 20 minutes chatting and learning about each other's lives.
After the evening performance, Brandon approached the magician and gave him his squadron patch, symbolizing his appreciation for our services. "I'm giving this to you because you get it and you get me." Brandon has stayed in touch with us ever since and we are happy to say he is stateside and safe!
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"My husband is currently deployed and was able to watch your show. Right before the show began I had to call him and give him some sad news regarding his father's health. After the show he sent me a message that it had greatly helped keep his mind happy for a bit. The time and effort given to travel and spend some of your time and talents with the troops is so valuable! Whether it be tough news from home, a rough day on the job, or just missing your family it helps brighten their day and get their mind off things for a bit. It is so very appreciated."
"When you and the other entertainers take the time out of your schedules to come over here and show us love, that’s important to us. It means a lot and we appreciate it. You don’t have to be here sharing and living in the same conditions that we live in, we definitely appreciate that… It gives depth to the term ‘thank you for your service'."
"Seeing your act in person was the highlight of my night and probably my deployment… Giving a morale patch like that to someone who is not in [the military], is more like respect and thank you for you, to remind you of our interaction, a story to tell your family for generations, and to keep a friendship."