SOLDIER IN AFGHANISTAN GETS SPECIAL BOX OF POTATO CHIPS

SOLDIER IN AFGHANISTAN GETS SPECIAL BOX OF POTATO CHIPS

Rebecca Guerrero of Escondido, California, is proud of her brother's service in the armed forces, as he's done two tours in Afghanistan and remains over there as a base security guard.

Rebecca does her best to find her brother's favorite treats and ship them overseas. Unfortunately for Rebecca, he has special -- and sort of unusual -- tastes. For example, he likes Jalapeno-Ranch flavored Ruffles. Of course, not every store stocks these chips, so she's always thrilled when she finds them, which is exactly what happened at an AM/PM convenience store recently.

The store had the special Ruffles chips, so she asked an employee if she could order a full case. The owner ordered the case of chips – and then went further by giving the chips to Rebecca, free of charge.

It was a simple gesture, but it was also very special and inspiring for Rebecca and her brother. The donation allowed Rebecca to send a "taste of home" all the way to Afghanistan -- and it also let her brother know that many people appreciate his sacrifice and hard work. 

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