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Great quote from the article..even though it will fall on deaf ears..

But for Jones, the flag sparked a "fire that still burns today in people's hearts."

"That flag is absolutely a symbol. It's a symbol of what people can do in this country. Even in times when they feel oppressed, they can rise above, have a direct impact."



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Guessing he lost his legs protecting our freedom.







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Yes he did


Known to his friends as “Triple J,” Jones was raised in Dalton, Georgia and enlisted in the Marine Corps after high school. During his eight years of service, he worked as an Explosive Ordinance Disposal (bomb) Technician, deploying to both Iraq and Afghanistan on three combat tours. During his last deployment to Afghanistan, Jones was responsible for disarming and destroying more than 80 improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and thousands of pounds of other unknown bulk explosives. It was during that tour on August 6, 2010, when he stepped on and initiated an IED, resulting in the loss of both of his legs above the knee and severe damage to his right forearm and both wrists. He then spent two grueling years in recovery at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, D.C.




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Known to his friends as “Triple J,” Jones was raised in Dalton, Georgia and enlisted in the Marine Corps after high school. During his eight years of service, he worked as an Explosive Ordinance Disposal (bomb) Technician, deploying to both Iraq and Afghanistan on three combat tours. During his last deployment to Afghanistan, Jones was responsible for disarming and destroying more than 80 improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and thousands of pounds of other unknown bulk explosives. It was during that tour on August 6, 2010, when he stepped on and initiated an IED, resulting in the loss of both of his legs above the knee and severe damage to his right forearm and both wrists. He then spent two grueling years in recovery at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington, D.C.

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Well, all I can say is I quit supporting Nike completely after they took a stand to get behind what's his name. I am all for anyone standing up for what they believe. I have nothing against Kap for standing up for what he believes is wrong or right. i just don't agree with how he has gone about doing it. We each live in a great country where soldiers like the one above sacrifice their lives for us to life the lives we live each and every day. I would welcome Mr. Jones and his family to any drag race that I am at and give him the respect he deserves and say thank you!

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Well, all I can say is I quit supporting Nike completely after they took a stand to get behind what's his name. I am all for anyone standing up for what they believe. I have nothing against Kap for standing up for what he believes is wrong or right. i just don't agree with how he has gone about doing it. We each live in a great country where soldiers like the one above sacrifice their lives for us to life the lives we live each and every day. I would welcome Mr. Jones and his family to any drag race that I am at and give him the respect he deserves and say thank you!

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It's a ridiculous publicity stunt that has Nike playing the media and their America hating customers for fools... go right ahead and hate America and

everything it stands for while Nike laughs all the way to the bank.


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Proud to be an American that has never bought one single nike item.

Never bought NFL merchandise or went to any of their games also.
 
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