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After a 2,100-mile trip from Washington, Air Force Capt. Anthony Giebelhaus, his wife Brittany, brother Austin, and their dog Peanut checked into the Drury Inn, in San Antonio, Texas on Aug. 21.

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As a military brat, one thing I know — that all military children know — is that distance is hard. You rely on fuzzy video, short letters, and brief phone calls to bridge the gap, and it’s never really enough to fill the void. Having lived through numerous deployments as a kid, this commercial by a paper and packaging company called “How Life Unfolds” really hits home for anyone who’s ever had a military parent.

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U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Diana Quinlan

Editor’s Note: This article by Rebekah Sanderlin originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and veteran community.

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U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Karalie Moore

The first 18 years of my life were spent under military rule: primarily my father’s, who recently retired after 23 years as an officer and CH-46 pilot in the U.S. Navy. And while sometimes it was incredibly trying, I have to credit my upbringing for making me the person I am. Generally speaking, being a military brat has a really profound impact on who you become later in life.

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Army wife and fitness enthusiast Naomi Jael Covert attended a wedding and posted a breastfeeding photo to her Instagram.

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