​​​​​​​Marine Corps Infantry Squad Leader, Jason Shaw

​​​​​​Marine Corps Infantry Squad Leader Jason Shaw ​​Shaw enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1997 and served as an Infant​ry Squad Leader with India Company 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Division, Camp Pendleton, CA. During Operation Phantom Fury in Fallujah, Iraq, Shaw’s battalion faced fierce engagements​ with Iraqi enemy forces that were barricaded inside houses and buildings. His platoon suffered two casualties, and Shaw was wounded by an enemy hand grenade during seven days of intense urban combat. After nine surgeries and 18 months of rehab to repair broken bones, severed nerves and muscle damage, he was medically retired in July 2006.

Shaw has since graduated from University of Houston and is currently a realtor. Along with his wife Debbie, he continues to devout countless hours helping Texas-based wounded warriors.

“The sense of security and comfort my generator provides my family and me is unbelievable. This new generator puts us all at ease,” said Shaw. “I can never thank everyone involved enough. I promise to pay it forward to help other TSF wounded warriors.”​​​​