TEAM Bio: Jason Nulton
Jason Nulton grew up near Gaithersburg, Maryland and attended West Virginia University in Morgantown, earning a degree in Political Science with a focus on international relations. Upon graduating he received an officer’s commission into the US Air Force.
During his two decades of military service, Jason served on nine active duty assignments as a logistics officer in numerous positions of leadership, including two unit commands. He has been assigned at locations across the continental United States, Alaska, and Europe, and served on combat duty in West Africa, the Persian Gulf, and Afghanistan. Jason has received recognition for excellence at Squadron, Group, Wing, and Major Command levels, holds Master’s Degrees in Human Resources Development and Air Mobility, and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
As a historian, Jason’s studies focus have focused on the American Civil War, World War II, and his own family history, which he’s been able to trace back to Germany in the mid-1300s. He recently appeared in Seven Days Productions’ premier webcast “The Bulge: The First Seven Days” and has collaborated with Historian Martin King on a novel about Augusta Chiwy, a nurse who saved hundreds of Americans during the Battle of the Bulge. He is also a frequent contributor to Task and Purpose (www.taskandpurpose.com), is active in the Military Writer’s Guild (http://militarywritersguild.org), and is a member of the Sons of the American Revolution.
Follow Jason on Twitter at @jason_nulton and Task & Purpose at http://taskandpurpose.com/author/jason-nulton/