Operation Finally Home helps build new house for wounded veteran, family

Maj. Eric King, who did three combat tours and served for 16 years, said he, his mother and four children were incredibly thankful to the Irving, Texas, community.
1:53 | 03/26/19

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Finally tonight here, "America strong." And three words say it all. Home, sweet home. U.S. Army major Eric king served three combat tours, and suffered from nerve damage and PTSD. It's been difficult for him to find a home for his family since his return. But nine months ago, the city of Irving, Texas, donated this volunteers leaving messages for major king and his family. Thanks for serving. Welcome home. God bless you. I wrote, thank you for your service, and may god bless your home. Reporter: Tonight, look at the transformation, then and and look who is at the door. Welcome home! All right. Wow. Keys to your new home. Reporter: The family walking in for the first time. Wow. Reporter: The kitchen. Wow. Reporter: His bedroom. A walk-closet. His children in their rooms, too. All part of operation finally since 2005, they've built more than 250 homes in more than 33 states. I don't have to worry about the stress of a mortgage. So I can focus on my kids. This is the American dream. Reporter: That dream sinking in tonight. Today, I'm spending my first day in my new home with my family. And I thank you for your love and support. Reporter: And we thank major king for his service, and the volunteers who made this home happen. I love y'all, man. We salute major king. You deserve it. Incredible work on operation ������������������

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