Let the memory of Jason be with us forever
  • 21 years old
  • Born on September 26, 1984 in San Antonio, Texas, United States.
  • Passed away on April 23, 2006 in Tagi, Iraq.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, CPL Doc Jason Daniel, 21, born on September 26, 1984 and KIA  on April 23, 2006. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Bonita Arizona on 8th September 2015
(((Jason))) I never had the honor of meeting you. I have learned so much about you from your Mom and I am honestly humbled. Thank you Jason for your service, for your courage, for your selflessness. (((Linda))), this is such a beautiful tribute to such a brave young man! <3
Posted by Tammy Griffin on 31st March 2015
Jason was a very polite and funny guy. He was in my husbands unit. He came to a few cookouts with all the guys at our house. The last few days before deployment he stayed with us. My youngest 2 kids loved him, they were 5 and 9 at the time. He would play and wrestle with them, never getting tired of them climbing all over him. He had a great sense of humor and was always very helpful. I was very upset when i heard the news. Me and Lena, another soldiers wife from the unit drove down to San Antonio for his funeral. It was a very beautiful service. He was taken to soon and is missed by many.
Posted by Jay Hall on 29th March 2015
I met Jason when we came bacx from my only tour of the first year/ Iraq war. He was so young and I was instantly afraid for those young new guys, I knew they were going back soon and I wouldnt be joining them. Haveing lost over 300 effert wide the first tour was hard on everybody. I tried to empart what knowledge I could before I was discharged. Me and Jason ran sick call together a few times and would talk about Iraq. When I heard he didnt make it back, I took it hard. Its a shame young people have to leave us that way.I will nevr forget Jason, he will be a part of me till im gone, like all the others I served with and who gave all. Thank you Jason for your sacrifice, we will never forget.
Posted by Cathy Zehren on 21st November 2014
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE...you and my son Shawn are our angel's now looking over us all...
Posted by Travis Kelley on 25th June 2014
Jason you are missed brother. I will never forget you showing up to 7/10 CAV with a profile just days before our PT TEST. 1SG Matlockwas so mad and your response was I can max my PT test. Sure enough you did with a profile. 1SG and everyone else was IMPRESSED too. We are still fighting in your name brother!!! Continue to Be our over watch from above!
Posted by Linda Daniel on 29th April 2014
To: Jason Brent Daniels. Combat Medic, friend, brother From: Sgt. David Currington. 4th Division, 1st Brigade, 7th Battalion, 10th Calvary Regiment 2006 I miss you man!! Such a good kid, a good man, great soldier, I will never forget how important taking care of his troop meant to him. He was so proud and determined to bring everyone home. The last words I heard him say were "Sgt. Currington, I got this!! I never doubted it for a moment. Rarely has an individual been so beholden and so obligated to a group of men, that his own life and well being was nothing more than a fore thought. Jason was and will always continue to be one of the most selfless, dedicated, and genuine human beings, soldier, and friend I have ever known. I miss not just on specific days, but all the time. Sincerely, Me."Sgt. Currington,
Posted by Lynn Millar-Head on 4th December 2013
God Bless you and your family Linda. What a wonderful and beautiful site honoring your son Jason. Thank you for sharing Jason and his life with us. He will never be forgotten. Always in my heart.
Posted by Dave Seamans on 16th July 2013
This is a beautiful tribute to your son. May God bless your family always. Thanks for sharing.
Posted by Linda Daniel on 8th July 2013
"A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces, but also by the men it honors, the men it remembers." ~ President John F. Kennedy
Posted by Linda Daniel on 8th July 2013
"It is the soldier, not the reporter, who has given us freedom of the press. It is the soldier, not the poet,....who has given us freedom of speech. It is the soldier, not the organizer, who has given us the freedom to demonstrate. It is the soldier, who salutes the flag, who serves beneath the flag, and whose coffin is draped by the flag, who allows the protestor to burn the flag."
Posted by Linda Daniel on 5th July 2013
"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free." Ronald Reagan
Posted by Linda Daniel on 4th July 2013
In Memory of my son, CPL Doc Jason Brent Daniel, U.S.Army and those of the 4ID7-10 CAV and all that have served and lost their lives for this great Great Nation. He was not afraid to fight: he was not afraid to die.

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