Returning military mother surprises daughter during a Wisconsin football game… VIDEO attached!

Military people have a difficult life. They must spend days away from their homes and loved ones. They rarely get time off from their responsibilities, and their lives are constantly at risk.

But a US military captain recently expressed gratitude for the opportunity to share in a priceless time in her daughter’s life. At Camp Randall in Madison, Wisconsin, Captain Jane Renee Jr. Lund was given permission to surprise her daughter Bella.

At the US Army Reserve, Captain Lund worked as a veterinarian. For approximately six months, she was assigned to the Kandahar province in southern Afghanistan. She arrived in the US one week ago and touched down in Madison just over 30 hours ago.

Originally from Wausau, Wisconsin, Captain Lund. She finished veterinary school at Stevens Point and her master’s program in Madison. She admitted that the last time she saw her child, who is now 13 years old, was in April, just before her birthday.

The US Army Captain found her unexpected reunion with her daughter to be bizarre. She wanted to sprint over and grab her daughter. But she made an effort to personalize the occasion for Bella.

At the football game, Bella’s name was announced, and it was discovered that she was a die-hard Wisconsin Badgers supporter. To give the audience a greater understanding of them, he also briefly discussed Captain Lund. The Wisconsin Badgers mascot then assisted Bella in waving to the crowd.

After a brief pause, Captain Lund sprinted for Bella as soon as she turned to face her. Bella also rushed to her mother as a result of this. Captain Lund took her daughter by the hand and raised her. In front of 80,000 spectators inside the stadium, the mother-daughter team experienced a fantastic moment.

Watch the touching video here: