One Nevada soldier returning from Iraq was greeted with an extra special homecoming gift.
Not only was Army Spc. Donny Price reunited with his wife, but he also came home to a new house - a plan that almost didn't happen.
Price and his young wife Ariel had dreamt of owning a house for the past year. But living on two different continents, the couple found themselves running into one roadblock after another.
"Being over there and she being over here doing all this, I kind of felt a little useless," Spc. Price said. "There wasn't a lot I could do."
They even came close to losing their home twice over complications regarding a signature.
"I was tracking down the officers I needed to sign when rockets started raining in on us," he recalled. "After I had gone in the building, I needed to get the signatures, rockets landed right outside."
The couple said that although the process wasn't easy, the home was worth it.
"It gives a bit of comfort knowing everything's taken care of back here," Spc. Price said. "My wife has a place to live and grow and start a career."
The Prices will have a month to spend together in their new home before Specialist Price returns back to duty.