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The Keefe Family

First Lt. Robert Keefe suffered severe spinal injuries after his Humvee hit an IED during his deployment to Afghanistan in 2011. Robert, whose decorations include the Purple Heart, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, continues to serve as a veteran advocate, volunteer, mentor, and public speaker. The Keefe family, including Robert’s wife Bianca and their three children, are overjoyed to have Military Makeover renovate their Okeechobee, Fla. home.

Military Makeover: The Big Reveal For the Keefes’ Home

The Keefe family’s Military Makeover journey is nearing the end. All that’s left is for the family to return home for the big reveal, where host R. Lee Ermey will lead them through their transformed spaces. Tearful moments happen! But first, a few finishing touches are required. The house includes new flat screen televisions, a mattress […]

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The Keefe Family Renovations Continue on Military Makeover

On the third episode of Military Makeover’s Keefe family edition, watch along as the home is outfitted with a modern security system including indoor and outdoor cameras. Then, get a quick lesson on VA home loans, from how to apply for a loan to special benefits geared specifically at veterans. Later on, a few more […]

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Military Makeover: Renovations Begin for the Keefe Family

Renovations for the Keefe family are in full swing. During the second episode, a team of volunteers and sponsors improve their home with a slate of new appliances, furnishings and physical upgrades. Among them, a secure garage door is installed, while much of the house is coated in fresh paint. Then, the Keefe family peruses […]

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Military Makeover: Meet the Keefe Family

Changing the lives of military families across the country, R. Lee Ermey meets Bianca and Robert Keefe and their three children. Marine First Lieutenant Robert Keefe’s Humvee hit an improvised explosive device (IED) during deployment, resulting in a severe spine injury and rendering him unable to continue military service. Through a team of volunteers and sponsors, […]

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