PFC, United States Army
Jason Day served in the United States Army active duty as a 13 bravo heavy artillery cannon crewmember. Day went to boot camp and OSUT at Ft Sill OK and latter was stationed at Ft. Carson Colorado where he was part of the 3rd Battalion Field Artillery Regiment. He was deployed along with his unit to Kuwait in 2002 for a six month deployment as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. The day before the Unit deployed back to the states Day slipped a disk in his back and ultimately received an honorable medical discharge from the Army.
After Day received a medical discharge he went back to college receiving his A.A. in business management and is currently attending college with three classes remaining for his B.A. in business. Day used the discipline from the military and his civilian education to start a small agriculture business which he runs today. Day has a 7 year old daughter that he loves to spend his free time with. On his free time you will find him with his daughter at a park, on a trip, or watching the latest Disney movie with her.
After being medically discharges Day’s heart was still with the brothers and sisters he served with in the military. Day started seeking ways to serve his country as a civilian and began volunteering his time to many veteran organizations including the Veteran Hospitals, homes for our troops, and our heroes dreams. Day spends much of his time volunteering in Veteran projects.