Joey Jones Marine Wiki, Biography, Wife, Net Worth

Joey Jones Marine Wiki: He is a retired United States Marine and Fox News Contributor.

Staff Sergeant Joey Jones suffered a life-changing injury while deployed to Afghanistan as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD/Bomb) 2010, resulted in he losing both of his legs above the knee and critical damage to his right forearm and wrists.

Joey Jones biography

At present, Joey Jones shares his experiences as a motivational speaker and leadership consultant.

In 2012, President Barack Obama invited Joey Jones to the White House to discuss challenges facing active duty and retired service members.

FOX News Channel has signed retired Staff Sergeant Johnny as a contributor effective today.

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Joey Jones Marine Wiki Bio

  • Full Name: Johnny ‘Joey Jones
  • Date of Birth: 21st July 1986
  • Age: 33 (as of 2019)
  • Birth Sign: Cancer
  • Nationality: American
  • Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia
  • Profession: Retired Marine bomb Tech./ Fox News Contributor & owner of his company, JJJ Consulting.
  • Ethnicity: White Caucasian

Family

  • Father: Mike Coan Mother Donna Coan
  • Siblings: Two
  • Marital Status: Married
  • Wife: Meg
  • Children / Kids: 1 Girl

Education

  • School: Southeast Whitfield High School
  • College: Dalton State College
  • University: Georgetown University
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  • Height In Feet: 5-11 in
  • Net Worth: $800k approx

Interesting Facts

  • In 2012, President Barack Obama invited Joey Jones to the White House to discuss challenges facing active duty and retired service members.
  • FOX News Channel has signed retired Staff Sergeant Johnny as a contributor effective today.
  • At present, Joey Jones shares his experiences as a motivational speaker and leadership consultant.

13 thoughts on “Joey Jones Marine Wiki, Biography, Wife, Net Worth”

  1. Wow just found out we were born the same day of the year, years apart. Knew I liked you. Thank you for your service and all you for the country. Enjoy the way you speak your mind and inject a bit of humor. Keep in keeping on.

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  2. God Bless you and your family. I am sending my thoughts that maybe you can spread to your contacts at Fox News.
    Politicians want to give college students free tuition, but I would rather they think in terms of giving college students who enter the medical field, a refund of tuition when they graduate.
    Like our dedicated military who are eligible for grants to attend school, I think something like that would encourage young people to enter the medical community.
    Have a Blessed Easter, and Thank you for your sacrifice to our country. As a volunteer with the villages Honor Flight Program I have been privileged to be a guardian to five WWII hero’s! Escorting the. To DC to see their monuments.

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  3. What an inspiration this guy is, after all he’s been through and all he’s seen. That beautiful smile of his is contagious. And being a Southerner, I love that Southern accent of his. Thank you SSGT Joey Jones, to you and all of your fellow service men and women for the tremendous sacrifices you have made and continue to make.

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  5. Thank you so much for your service Joey. You are an inspiration for all American citizens. Your patriotism, your positive energy and your contagious smile makes me so happy and PROUD to be an American. You are the perfect example of why our forefathers gave their lives for. You keep my faith and my spirits high. I’ll pray for you and your family with every prayer. Thank you; you are a True American Hero

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  6. You were just on Fox Memorial Day morning and I cannot tell you how much you made me remember again how proud I am to be an American and how much I admire your courage and faith in America!! I am an 83 year old elementary teacher.
    My father did not serve in World War II because he worked for a steel company which was considered defense. His two cousins and my mother’s two brothers did serve but came home to start their families.
    I will keep you and your family in my prayers.

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  7. Dear Mr. Jones, Laying here on Memorial Day thinking back about my time in the Corps. I remember how my mother begged me not to sign up. She knew I’d be accepted as I passed up 4 full ride scholarships for something I felt in my soul I had to do. Even after losing my twin brother, my only sister and my father before I turned 11 years old, I had to join. As I watched you on T.V. I remembered why I love America or more appropriately, the American people like you! God Bless You and thanks for making me feel fine. Chet

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