Johnny “Joey” Jones
Retired Staff Sergeant, Joey Jones is an outspoken military analyst for Fox News and Chief Operating Officer for the Boot Campaign.
Johnny “Joey” Jones currently serves as a FOX News Channel (FNC) contributor and guest host.He also hosts several programs on FOX Nation as well as the Proud American podcast at FOX News Podcasts. He joined as a contributor in 2019.
Jones served 8 years in the United States Marine Corps and is a veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan. Jones was injured in Afghanistan in 2010 resulting in many serious injuries including the loss of both legs above the knee. After recovering at Walter Reed Military Medical Center Jones attended Georgetown University.
Jones spent most of the time since his recovery working in military nonprofit leadership. Jones was the COO of Boot Campaign, a Texas based nonprofit focused on patriotism and wellness. He designed and implemented the military programs at Zac Brown’s Camp Southern Ground in central Georgia. He now serves on the board of directors for Boot Campaign and the independent fund-raising effort Boot’n and Shoot’n in Dallas, TX. Which raises more than one million dollars annually for various military nonprofits. Jones continues his work as an active voice in veteran’s issues and works with many congressional and military leaders and political campaigns.
Jones provides corporate clients with consulting on leadership, teamwork, overcoming adversity and personal growth through his public speaking and on social media platforms. From growing up working with his father, a brick mason, then being one of the youngest Bomb technicians in the United States Marine Corps, to working on Capitol Hill and now presenting ideas and opinions to millions on television he uses his life experiences and opportunities to overcome adversity to help others see the power they inherently possess to navigate life, work and people with success.