For more than a decade, veteran and Killeen resident Tony Rossi has been a familiar fixture at ceremonies welcoming troops home to Fort Hood after deployments.

The 67-year-old disc jockey spins uplifting and energetic beats at the homecomings, in hopes of giving the returning soldiers something he never received after his 16-month tour to Vietnam — a proper reception.

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