Moving moment that an American army officer is surprised by his wife whom he thought he served in Iraq
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- Second Lieutenant Jordan Pruitt was in the middle of the classroom training
- His wife then surprised him at the Joint Base in San Antonio, Texas
- Jamie Douglas was deployed in Iraq for eight months in the fight against IS
Leigh Mcmanus for Mailonline
This is the moving moment that an army officer is surprised by his wife after spending eight months in Iraq in the fight against IS.
Second Lieutenant Jordan Pruitt was in the middle of the class training when he received the unexpected visit.
He studied in the context of his doctorate Physiotherapy, when his wife, the second lieutenant Jamie Douglas, a leader of the medical platoon, stepped in to surprise him.
The video shows Lieutenant Jordan Pruitt jumping out of his seat and shooting at his wife who had been in Iraq to support Operation Inherent Resolve, the fight against ISIS.
The class burst into compelling applause for the young couple while Pruitt tears open and embraces his wife.
The video is included in the US Army Training and Doctrine Command Joint Base of San Antonio, Texas.
The class burst into compelling applause for the young couple while Pruitt broke open
Jamie Douglas is a Medical Peloton Leader and Squadron Medical Officer stationed in Fort Hood, Texas, but had not seen her husband for eight months.
A spokesperson for the training center sent the couple and all soldiers and their families to Facebook.
They said: "We thank this duo-military couple and all soldiers and military families for their service and sacrifice."
Jordan Pruitt jumped up from his chair and jumped to his wife who had been in Iraq
Responding to the video on Facebook, Paula Romano Marsh said: "Thank you for your service .. great reunion for both of you !! & # 39;
Lucia Perez said: "This was beautiful, but I have something that I see my eyes."
& # 39; He played this moment every day in his head … & # 39; said Rochelle Stewart Leon.