Operation: Love ReUnited (Part 1)

Categrory: Portraits

This past weekend I had the opportunity to head out to the beautiful Fort Leavenworth and participate in my first ever Operation: Love ReUnited session. Actually it was four sessions in one. I heard about the event through the talented Erica May who happened to also be the person I found the organization through. She started the event off and with the help of the Army Community Service organization was able to book me with four wonderful families. I’ll split this into two posts so that it doesn’t end up being too long.

Kerry A and Family

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And a silly Picture to end the session

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Michele C and Family


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Thanks to both of these Families! I hope you enjoy these pictures as much as I enjoyed taking them!

Part 2 coming up with  the next two Families!

The photos and other content of this publication do not imply any endorsement or recommendation by the Department of Defense.

3 Responses to “Operation: Love ReUnited (Part 1)”

  1. ryan, these are great! you did such an awesome job.

    a BIG thank you for driving all the way to help out. i know these families will LOVE their photos. :)

  2. These are great! I used to live in Fort Leavenworth. It is a wonderful place. I hope these families get reunited with there loved ones soon. AWESOME PICTURES!!

    -Sarah (Age 14, Army Brat!!)


  3. ryanedick

    Thanks Sarah, I’m glad you enjoyed the photos. Fort Leavenworth is a beautiful place. Thanks for your service of being part of a Military Family, and for your parents service in a difficult job, it’s not always easy but your parents are doing important work! May God Bless you and your Family. Thanks for stopping by my blog!