Josh Rushing Wiki-Info Age, Height, Weight, Education, Family, Spouse, children, Career, Net worth, Salary, Social Media

Josh Rushing
Josh Rushing

Josh Rushing’s biography and wiki

Josh rushing is an American broadcast journalist and photographer. He is a correspondent for the Emmy-winning documentary series, Fault Lines, on Al Jazeera, English. Rushing is well-known as a former officer of the United States Marine Corps (USMC).

Rushing’s age and birthday

Rushing was born on 24th July 1972 in Lewisville, Texas, United States of America. He is 50 years old and will turn 51 on 24th July 2023. His birth sign is Leo.

Josh’s height and weight

Rushing is a man standing at a height of 1.85 m and weighing 80 kg. He has blue eyes, black hair, and a face well enhanced by his black and white beard.

Educational background

Rushing became a Mustang upon graduating from UT and moving to Quantico, Virginia, to further his military officer training at The Basic School (TBS). Though slated to be a Marine Corps Aviator at TBS, a hearing loss prevented him from completing flight school. He attended and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1999.

Josh Rushing’s family

Rushing was born in Lewisville, Texas to his parents. However, details about his parents or siblings are not known to the public.

Spouse and children

Josh married his wife, Paige Rushing and together, they have 2 children, Luke Rushing and Ethan Rushing.

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Rushing’s career

Rushing got enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1990 and completed basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, California.

In 1991, he attended the Defense Information School (DINFOS). In 1999, he got the opportunity to study at the University of Texas at Austin, where he received a dual degree in ancient history and classic Civilization.

Years later, he moved to Los Angeles in 2002, to represent the Marine Corps in Hollywood in the Marine Corps Motion Picture and TV liaison office. By 2003, he had already volunteered to be deployed to Iraq during the invasion, after America had the worst terrorist attack on 9/11.  During that period, Josh was assigned to United States Central Command (CENTCOM) in Doha, Qatar, during Operation Iraqi Freedom, where he served as a spokesperson to General Tommy Franks.

Josh then left the Marine Corps after 14 years of active duty service in October 2004 and later helped start Al Jazeera English in the year 2005. He has been the International Al Jazeera correspondent, covering news about war and militaries.

Net worth and salary

His net worth is $ 4 million.

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