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Military Makeover show honors veteran in Lake Worth

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Mr. Ermey and Military Makeover's dedicated sponsors are committed to giving back to the military by assisting veterans and their families in need of improved housing solutions.

Show partners with decorators, landscapers, and other renovation specialists in an effort to give back to veterans.

For the upcoming 11th season of Military Makeover, which airs on Lifetime TV, the show focuses on making over the home of Marine Corps veteran Sergeant Ed Tague and his wife Mandi. On Thursday, July 27, 2017, the Military Makeover team will be filming the reveal of the Tagues' renovated home at 3702 Lake Osborne Drive in Lake Worth, Fla.

The reveal is expected to begin at approximately 3 p.m. All are welcome to come out and show support.

Sgt. Tague served three tours in Iraq, seeing combat in the Second Battle of Fallujah, which featured some of the heaviest combat U.S. Marines engaged in since the Vietnam War. After returning from his final tour, Tague found his calling: serving veterans as an employee of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

In the fall, Tague plans to start working toward his Master's degree in social work to advance within the VA and serve veterans in an even more impactful way.

Military Makeover is hosted by actor and former Marine Corps Drill Instructor R. Lee Ermey, "The Gunny," famous for his Golden Globe-nominated performance in Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket.

Mr. Ermey and Military Makeover's dedicated sponsors are committed to giving back to the military by assisting veterans and their families in need of improved housing solutions.

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