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SC military dad surprises daughter at school just in time for Christmas

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GAFFNEY, SC - Some of the best presents aren't found underneath the Christmas tree.  That was proven Thursday at Granard Middle School in South Carolina.  That's where Air Force Maj. Jason Wood surprised his daughter.

"You see these videos you know on YouTube a lot and I thought you know, I'd love to do that for my kids,” said Wood.

Wood will be home for two weeks which gives him some quality time to spend with his daughter.

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