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Honoring our military: A Purple Heart recipient gets a new home

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After being wounded in Afghanistan, Alfonso Porter went on to serve another decade in the military. NBC’s Kerry Sanders shines a light on the deserving veteran who is giving back to others as a civilian. Then Porter and his partner, April are surprised with new home.

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