Colorado Country Singer Rescues Dozens of Ukrainian Orphans

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Scooter Brown is originally from Denver, but his success in country music has taken him from his home-state to Texas and eventually Nashville. However, music isn't all this guy does, as a matter of fact it's probably the least important thing he does...

The former Marine was on the front lines during the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and although his military days are behind him, he still led a heroic, military-like mission to save dozens of innocent kids earlier this month.

Brown led a mission to rescue kids at an orphanage in Ukraine, including a nine-year-old he and his wife had hosted for several weeks over the Christmas holidays.

Brown along with help from others including a Green Beret, flew to Poland, came up with a plan to rescue the orphans, and although the plan changed many times along the way, succeeded in getting them out of war-torn Ukraine and safely into Poland.

Once in Poland Brown and his wife treated the refugees to their first meal in days at a McDonald's before returning to the U.S. However, the work is not done as he plans to return to visit the orphans in the coming weeks, and promises there will be a “part two.”

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