By Damien Lewis When special ops warrior Jason Morgan parachuted into the Central American jungle, he figured this would be no different from countless other anti-narcotics operations. A Combat Weatherman, he was serving with the Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR). However, this mission would prove life-changing. Jason would come back to consciousness in a military[…]
Jason Morgan and his service dog Rue go down the pet aisle together at Market Street in McKinney, Texas on Oct. 20, 2015. Morgan lost the use of his legs in an accident while serving in the Air Force. Rue was trained at Canine Companions for Independence, based in California.
What a great experience I had at the halftime show of the Cowboys vs. Eagles game. Thank you to Baylor Scott & White for this great opportunity to present another veteran an amazing dog from CCI! I got to hang out with Tom Brokaw, Jerry Jones, Roger Staubach, Chad Hennings, Stephanie Lee , my three boys, and many[…]
November 2015 Former Air Force staff sergeant Jason Morgan spent years jumping into danger, until a combat mission changed everything. The mission left the North Texan paralyzed from the waist down and confined to a wheelchair. “It’s almost like your invisible,” said Morgan. “To lose your identity, your purpose in life is about the worst[…]
Motivational speaker and author SSgt. Jason Morgan, Ret., talks about his experience with Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) and service dogs at TexasFest in 2015.
Jason Morgan discusses his life-changing association with Canine Companion for Independence at the Baylor Health Care System Foundation Luncheon.