Former Navy SEAL and University of Nebraska football player Damian Jackson was featured in a moving video honoring first responders before September 11 – twenty years after the terror attack.
“It was quite emotional,” Jackson told “Fox & Friends.”
“I think our media team did an amazing job on this and I got a lot of feedback that a lot of people love the video. It was a sincere video and it’s good to see everyone on it. appreciated and love that we do this for people and show them that we still care about us, ”Jackson said.
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The Nebraska football team on Tuesday released a tribute to the first responders and military personnel who responded to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, and revealed the new uniforms the team will wear when they face the University of Buffalo on Saturday. next. American flags are patched on the shoulders of traditional white Nebraska uniforms with red numbering.
In the video, Jackson is shown wearing the new uniform and leading a crowd of people down a street, carrying an American flag.
Jackson then stops in front of a Army veteran, sheriff, firefighter and paramedic. The former Navy Seal takes off his helmet, which bears the stars and stripes, and salutes the veteran. The veteran greets him back.
Jackson said that while he doesn’t like speaking on camera, he changed his mind when the 9/11 case was related.
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“I don’t like doing stuff for the cameras and I don’t really like any kind of interview, but when they told me it was or 9/11 to remember these guys and remember sacrifices every Monday, so it became me on board, ”Jackson said.
“All the first responders, all the soldiers, it is for all of them during all these years that they have sacrificed themselves for us.”
Fox News’ Jessica chasmar contributed to this report.