Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Re-Enlistment Pictures...

Jason after his re-enlistment

Jason during his re-enlistment ceremony

Jason and the group he is working with on a recent trip to the port.

Here are some pictures from Jason's recent re-enlistment. I can't believe it has already been 6 years since Jason completed basic training. So much has happened in 6 years...complete basic training/ait, 1st deployment, 2 kids, and now 2nd deployment. He signed up for 6 more years. Some of you may be thinking "why?" Yeah that was my first reaction too. But I respect his decision. Jason enjoys being in the reserves. He fills a duty to serve our country and to be honest that makes me so grateful and I admire him so much for it. I am thankful for the countless men and women out there who selflessly CHOOSE to serve our country because lets be honest here I certainly am not making that choice. So Jason, THANK YOU for serving our country and keeping our families safe! I love you and I love the man that you are!


Jobetty said...

Hey Jason

I am so proud of you and I thank you for what you are doing.
How are you doing? We miss you and I'm sure Jessica will have a book filled with all the daily activities the kids do. I sure she tells you about them every day when you call but there is only so much you can say in 10 minutes or less. I know you miss them but we understand what you are doing and are very proud and thankful to you
Please stay safe Jason and I love you

Mom Betty

Zach said...

Hey Jay-
It's good to see some pics of you. We all miss you at work and it's just not the same without you here. BTW I need your email address. Nicks wedding was a few weeks ago and we had "WHITE" jackets, it was a horrible Tuxedo,but the wedding was fun. As soon as the wedding started the bottom fell out and we're talking about lot's of rain. His wife Holly insisted on us going through with it though. So there we all were standing out in the rain, while Nick and Holly are exchanging their vows. We were all soaked,my socks actually stayed dry though. Also this group sang "Endless Love" as soon as they said "I do" and they were off-key. Ryan began to laugh halfway through it, but pretended he was crying. Everyone watched us from under the deck where we were and in this bar/gazebo thing to the side. The rain stopped as soon as they pronounced Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips. I hope you are doing good over there Jay, I think your doing right thing. Was that a promotion that you got? Well send me your email. I'm at z_crow@yahoo.com I have a few things to send you. Are you able to watch Lost? It's really ramping up right now. Well I'll let you go man Love ya get me some kuwatii gold.LOL


Carlton and Aimee Weathers said...


We are so proud of you! Thank you for serving our country.

We are taking care of your sweet wife and children. No worries..

Hurry home and remember the promise you made me the day you left... YOU BETTER KEEP IT!!!

Melanie Harmon said...

You are my boys hero. Our homeschool open house this year has a patriotic theme. My 11 yr. old will be reciting The Americas Creed. It ends with "I therefore believe it is my duty to my country to love it, to support it's constitution, to obey it's laws, to respect it's flag, and to defend it against all enemies."
Guess who everyone will be thinking of when my baby boy says that. THANK YOU JASON. We're praying for you daily.