|Pvt. Jackson at the Battle of Belleau Wood|
|Born|| 26 April 1894|
|Died|| 16 June 1918 (aged 25)|
Belleau Wood, France
|Allegiance||United States of America|
|Service/branch||United States Marine Corps|
|Years of Service||1916-1918|
|Battles/Wars||Assault on Hill 721|
|Portrayed By||Jacob LaCombe|
|Appeared In||For the Flag|
|“||Well, for the most part he's still by the flag... except for the part of him that's over there, and some of him over there.||”|
–Pvt. Huey Jackson
Private Huey Jackson was a United States Marine who served under Sgt. Marcus Marshall during the Battle of Belleau Wood.
Assault on Hill 721Edit
Private Jackson attended boot camp alongside Sgt. Marshall and served as his second-in-command at the Assault on Hill 721. He advised Marshall not to charge, but went along with the plan anyway. He was killed by the 69th Frankfurt Reserves Regiment along with Marshall during the charge.