This is the sort of story I am inclined to disbelieve when I read it on the internet, but several people in the DRO vouched for it*.
A volunteer (who is also an Army reservist) was handing supplies out of the back of an ERV when he spotted a couple in line with a little girl half-hiding behind her dad. Thanks to the generosity (or hegemony, depending on your point of view) of the Disney people, the Red Cross has a supply of Mickey and Minnie Mouse dolls in every vehicle. Sarge pulled out a doll, dropped to one knee, and offered it to the girl.
She grabbed the toy and threw her arms around Sarge and began crying “Mickey!” over and over.
Her parents told Sarge that it was the first time the child had spoken since they were evacuated.
(*and Sarge scowled, jammed his hands in his pockets, and walked away while it was being told, which is the response I would have expected).