It was the surprise of a lifetime at I.C. Evans Elementary in Burkburnett.
Corporal Clinton Morgan says, "I'm his world, he's my world. He means a lot to me, so I wanted to surprise him."
Morgan, who's been deployed in Afghanistan since July, returned home to surprise his younger brother at his school.
Caedon Mead, Morgan's 5th grade brother, says, "I was really, I screamed!"
"He was calling me and trying to get a hold of me all the time while I was over in Afghanistan," Morgan says.
"I haven't seen him in a really long time," Mead says.
A surprise which also came with some relief for the 11-year-old.
"I thought he was going to get hurt on the helicopter," Mead says.
And reassurance from big brother.
"I love it because I know I have the support of my family and everyone around me. It makes you feel pretty good when your family supports what you do," Morgan says.
"He's awesome. He taught me a lot of things. He's just awesome," Mead says.
His seven months in Afghanistan were Morgan's first tour.
He says while he has some time off, he's looking forward to hanging out with his little brother.
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