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Jessie Jane Duff Married, Husband, Wiki, Bio, Age【 Fox News 】Photos

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Name Jessie Jane Duff

Wikipedia Biography / Profile Background

Introduction :

  • Jessie Jane Duff is a retired U.S. Marine Corps, advocate, gunnery sergeant, and political commentator based in Washington, D.C.
  • Smart & tough, there is no ignoring Jessie when she begins to talk about issues she is most passionate about.
  • Jessie graduated from college with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management.
  • She is the youngest of the 5 children in her family. Her mother celebrated her 97th birthday in December 2021.

Military Service :

  • Jessie has spent most of her life dedicated to serving the country in some form or another. She was an active member of the U.S. Marine Corps for two decades.
  • Throughout her career, she was deployed several times overseas and supported wing units and combat arms with training and logistics.
  • She served in the Afghanistan/Iraq wars as well as the Desert Storm. Jessie also worked as an Executive to the Marine Forces Pacific Commander, and by the time she retired, she had been promoted to Operations Chief.

Life after Military :

  • From 2005 to 2006, Duff served as chairman of the Americans for Dr. Rice to support former Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, and supported Rice’s political career. She helped generate support through attending multiple conventions and making various TV appearances.
  • Between 2009 and 2012, she served as a Military Voting Rights USA spokesperson to help ensure that veteran’s votes were treated equally and fairly. She also advocated the Military and Overseas Empowerment Act.
  • Despite having retired from active duty, Jessie continued to serve the country, working as a Senior Military Advisor between 2012 and 2014. She was also a member of the Concerned Veterans for America’s Organization Committee.
  • She has worked tirelessly as an advocate who helped ensure that veterans got the benefits they deserved after serving and that laws for military voters were properly improved so that veterans could vote just like other civilians.
  • Other career highlights of Jessie include working as part of the Women Marines Association, Women in Defense, the Disabled American Veterans, and the John Carroll Society, and serving as a consultant in the private and defense industries.
  • In January 2022, Duff was featured in the “Day of Outrage” documentary, that aired on Newsmax. According to Jessie, in this extraordinary documentary, the events of January 6, 2021, were accurately and fairly depicted.

Interesting Facts, Height & Trivia :

  • Duff actively provides political, national security, business, veteran, and military analysis and appears on various networks and stations such as CNBC, Fox Business, Fox News & CNN as well as multiple other national and local radio and television stations.
  • She also contributes to multiple OpEds, blogs, and articles for various online publications. She continues to show her support for the military, be it on special holidays or through one of her many pieces.
  • Having worked for decades, serving the country and working as an advocate for various causes, it comes as no surprise that Jessie has managed to rake up a few accolades.
  • These include 2 Medals for National Defense, 2 Medals for Marine and Navy Corps Achievement, and 3 Medals for Marine and Navy Corps Commendation, as well as multiple other awards that she received for her service and excellence throughout the course of her career.
  • During the 2020 Presidential elections, she was a vociferous opponent of President Joe Biden, alleging that the election had been stolen from former President Donald Trump. Duff made a series of tweets targeting President Biden. She continues to post pro-Trump tweets, through her Twitter account.

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Age / How old / Birthday / Date of Birth / DOB No confirmed information available on her birth year or the date she was born.

Wedding & Marriage / Husband / Dating / Partner / Boyfriend No confirmed information available.

11 thoughts on “Jessie Jane Duff Married, Husband, Wiki, Bio, Age【 Fox News 】Photos”

  1. Jessie Jane Duff has my total attention and complete respect. True to her role in the military (thank you for your service) she studies and fully understands the situation at hand and tells it like it is. Perhaps if someone more like Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff had been in charge of the Afghanistan situation, the rest of the world might still have some respect for us.

  2. Just watching Jesse Jane Duff on Newsmax. WOW!

    First of all, and especially on this sacred day, thank you for your service to our country, it is appreciated by all patriots!

    I just watched you dismantle “Gen.” Milley. Nicely done and well deserved. Milley no longer serves our military, but has cowered into a corner and has become a pawn of Washington…something a true soldier would never do.

    Carry on, Jesse! Your voice is being heard!!!

    God Bless You. God Bless America!!!

    Carry on,

  3. I thought the first tweet shown referred to Trump. But then, MAGA Man has been spreading his vitriol almost since the day he was born, which was a lot earlier than 47 years ago.

  4. We all certainly appreciate your service and your deepest love for our country. However, you are very incorrect about a certain statement you made on NewsMax recently. As a Vietnam vet (USAF – aerial reconnaissance) I was also stationed after Nam at Langley so I was privy to much intel needless to say. You actually need to study the war in Nam. After “Tricky Dickie” got booted out, Ford took over and we signed with South & North Nam the peace agreement in ‘73. By 1975 all was essentially complete and then evacuation from the embassy in Saigon ( Ho Chi Mien City ). How anyone can think a 6 to 1 kill ratio means that you lost is beyond me. Plus that doesn’t include the Chinese, Laotian, Cambodians, and Russian numbers. Yep, we fought them all. This you won’t read in some of the history books. But, hey that’s no big deal “Hanoi Hanna” with the help of Walter Cronkite and “Scoop” Rivera sure got some really nice disinformation to America. We stopped the advance of commies to our country. That was our job. Our welcome home was getting hit with rotten eggs, little bags of poop, and balloons filled with urine. Thank God for the help we got from the USO in San Francisco. Anyway, we won. The ever-continuing war seems to be going underground in schools with our kids.

    This intel is all based on facts as I witnessed it. Keep the faith & please get it right, young lady.

    1. Thanks for setting the record straight. I went to Vietnam 3 times and was wounded at Khe Sanh in 1968. I get flustered when someone says we lost the war in Vietnam.

    2. So what if you inflicted casualties on the enemy at a 6-to-1 ratio. You still lost. Now it appears everyone died for nothing because the U.S. and Vietnam are economic trade partners. This could have started back in the 1950s.

  5. Jessie Jane Duff. Thank you for your service…I just heard her on the radio on Sebastian Gorka’s show she sounds like a real charger. Someone like Joan of Ark…Jessie makes me, an 80-year-old female, and many others get behind her…Go for it Girl…AMEN

    1. I suggest you re-read your history books. The Paris Peace Accord was signed under Nixon, not Ford resulting in POWS returning in Feb 73. Nixon did not resign until Aug 74. Ford was President in April 75 when Saigon fell. I was there.

  6. We hear pastors, Newsmax and Victory News guests and others tell us that we need to stand for our rights. How do we do that? I, for one, do not have the courage to do that on my own with the threats that have been issued to some who have. However, I think the 75 million of us who voted for Trump would feel a lot better if we could make our voices heard.

    Would it be possible to circulate a letter online to be signed by as many of us as possible and directed to the Democrats? I have written a letter expressing my thoughts. I’m sure, in the right hands, it could be improved upon and circulated. I’m tired of sitting here doing nothing as the Biden administration demands that I do! I am so thankful for all of you who are speaking out. Without you, We would have no hope.

  7. Jessie, Thank you for your service!

    I am a suburban /countrywoman and proudly voted for President Trump, so did my hubby a he was in Navy SEABEES!!
    We need a Hail Mary for Mr. President Donald John Trump and now! I am watching FOX NEWS AS I write with news about Rudy Julianie & Company of Lawyers about Voting fraud too!

    Thank you again for your service and what you do for our Military AND Women for Trump! So proud to be an American woman too! We still have our Trump signs up too! I pray for our Country every day that Trump gets re-elected!

    GOD Bless AMERICA,
    Joan Shadinger Penrose

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