Two wounded warriors are getting a big thank you by getting new homes.

On Wednesday, the veterans received the two mortgage-free homes from the Military Warriors Support Foundation and Bank of America.

Army Staff Sgt. Isaac Vazquez Jr., who received one of the homes, said he never thought he would be a homeowner.

On Wednesday, his dream came true.

"We're just so grateful, said Vazquez. "I'm speechless."

While deployed to Iraq in 2004, Isaac was shot in the leg.

He also received injuries from three separate IED explosions.

Now, medically discharged, he said getting the keys to his new home will definitely change his life and it is something he and his wife just couldn't believe.

"I'm actually kind of shocked," said Vazquez. "At first when we were awarded the home, I felt like we were being punked or something."

The Military Warriors Support Foundation is working to give veterans like Vazquez and retired U.S. Army Sgt. James Ford, who also got a home on Wednesday, a great start.

"It means that my kids will have a room to stay in," said Ford. "It also means that it will be bigger for my wheelchair if I need it."

Last year, the Military  Warriors Support Foundation awarded 300 homes and this year, they are looking to help out even more veterans.

"We are able to get these wounded warriors homes to improve their lives, improve the neighborhoods and give them a great start," said Kenny Wilson, with Bank of America.

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