He Carried This Letter His Little Brother Sent Him Every Day. 20 Years Later, He Sent It Back
June 15, 2016
When Rob was in basic training for the Army back in 1996, his little brother, Logan, wrote him a letter.
"He hoped I took his letter to Heaven if I died in a war so I didn't forget him. I carried it every day of my career, and sent it back to him HIS last day of basic training almost 20 years later (2014). I didn't forget."
Rob, who's turning 40, shared the letter on Reddit and said Logan, who's now 25, "couldn't believe I kept it" and that "it meant a lot to him."
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