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PHOTOS: Surprise homecoming
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PHOTOS: Surprise homecoming

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Michael Leslie, disguised as the Dragon, celebrates the football team’s state championship with Whitetail Creek Elementary fourth graders on Wednesday, Nov. 24. Leslie then took off the Dragon head to surprise his daughter, Sophia, a student at the school. Leslie is getting ready to retire from a 22-year career in the Navy and had just returned from an 11-month deployment.

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Chief Michael Leslie of the U.S. Navy hugs his daughter, Sophia, at Whitetail Creek Elementary School during lunch on Wednesday, Nov. 24. Leslie had returned home from an 11-month deployment and surprised both his daughters at their schools on Wednesday. Sophia's mother Nicole and sister Hannah were eating lunch with her at school when Leslie made his appearance, disguised as the Dragon visiting to celebrate the football team's state championship the night before.

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Chief Michael Leslie of the U.S. Navy hugs his daughter, Sophia, at Whitetail Creek Elementary School during lunch on Wednesday, Nov. 24. Leslie had returned home from an 11-month deployment and surprised both his daughters at their schools on Wednesday. Sophia's mother Nicole and sister Hannah were eating lunch with her at school when Leslie made his appearance, disguised as the Dragon visiting to celebrate the football team's state championship the night before.

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Chief Michael Leslie of the U.S. Navy hugs his daughter, Sophia, at Whitetail Creek Elementary School during lunch on Wednesday, Nov. 24. Leslie had returned home from an 11-month deployment and surprised both his daughters at their schools on Wednesday. Sophia's mother Nicole and sister Hannah were eating lunch with her at school when Leslie made his appearance, disguised as the Dragon visiting to celebrate the football team's state championship the night before.

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