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Brian Shenk gives his daughter Deanna, 13, a hug after surprising her by showing up at a pep rally at Greenbrier Middle School. Shenk returned to Augusta from a tour of duty in Afghanistan just hours before the pep rally at his daughter's school. His wife, Amy, teaches at the school.

Brian Shenk gives his daughter Deanna, 13, a hug after surprising her by showing up at a pep rally at Greenbrier Middle School. Shenk returned to Augusta from a tour of duty in Afghanistan just hours before the pep rally at his daughter's school. His wife, Amy, teaches at the school.   Jim Blaylock/Staff
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Brian Shenk gives his daughter Deanna, 13, a hug after surprising her by showing up at a pep rally at Greenbrier Middle School. Shenk returned to Augusta from a tour of duty in Afghanistan just hours before the pep rally at his daughter's school. His wife, Amy, teaches at the school.
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