United States Army veteran Jen Zetah has seen a lot during her time in the military. But not many people get to experience something as incredible as she just did.
This week, while on vacation in Jamaica, Jen’s longtime boyfriend Shawn asked her to spend the rest of her life by his side…. 65 feet beneath the surface of the ocean.
And she said yes!
Jen posted the landmark life event on Facebook following the proposal.
“65 feet under the water in Jamaica, he asked me to annoy him for the rest of his life. I said yes.”
Jen is the proud owner of Gun One Tactical Truck Service in Connecticut. She rescues decommissioned military vehicles and makes sure they don’t get tossed aside. After her experience as a diesel tech in the US Army, her obsession with tanks and tactical vehicles never went away.
Her fiancé, Shawn, is working to become a first responder. What an incredible partnership!
She’s appeared on an episode of The Real Man Show, where she let the crew fire sniper rifles and drive some incredible military vehicles.
(We highly recommend watching this for your daily dose of carnage…)
The NAVY SEAL / CEO of Bottle Breacher joined Mike and I for another episode of The Real Man Show. Last time was a chopper…this time, we sort of stole a tank and hung out with a bunch of vets. And the Marine who owns Monaco Ford may have gotten a little…destructive… when a Chevy got in his path.LIKE / COMMENT / SHARE / TAG A PATRIOTIC AMERICAN!
Posted by Kyle Reyes on Thursday, November 16, 2017
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Jen also joined us to film an episode of Behind the Uniforms with our team, where she talked about the significance of the military in her life and the transition to civilian life that came after.
In this special episode of Behind the Uniforms…. a veteran who started her own business ended up building a community of support for other veterans. I'm with Jen at Gun One Tactical Truck Service, and when we finally stopped riding around in tanks and humvees, we had a chance to sit down and talk about what it all means. Tell us your thoughts!
Posted by Kyle Reyes on Wednesday, December 27, 2017
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