Tim Lillis, the manager of an Illinois Convenience Store, said something incredible happened in his convenience and he wanted everyone to know.
A man, a Navy veteran, was purchasing a coffe when he looked around and noticed 15-20 soldiers lined up to pay for drinks and snacks. He moved his coffee to the side and asked the cashier to add the soldiers' purchases into his own. They insisted on paying for their own items, but the veteran insisted on treating the young group of soldiers.
The grand total for the hot dogs, energy drinks, and nuts was just under $70. The Navy veteran, who wanted to remain anonymous, shook each of the men's hands and encouraged them to be safe.