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It was already a great birthday. Then the person he wanted to see MOST in the world walked in. 🥺
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Alex Chisholm has wanted to visit his son, Petty Officer 2nd Class Zay Chisholm, in Japan. What he didn’t know was Zay had something better planned.

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