Position title: Senior Military Science Instructor
Asher Jackson is a native of the greater Salt Lake City, Utah area and a 2015 graduate of Weber State University where he studied psychology, military science, and the Russian language. Previously enlisted in the Air Force and having served in 3E9 Readiness (CBRN), Asher Jackson earned a commission as an Army Medical Service Corps Officer in 2015. Upon commissioning Asher Jackson was assigned to the 145th Field Artillery. Subsequently, he attended the AMEDD 70H course and was assigned to the 65th Field Artillery Brigade as the 70H Medical Operations Officer. Following this, Asher Jackson was assigned to the 2nd Medical Training Brigade as the Assistant S3. In 2019, Asher Jackson was then assigned to the 301st Maneuver Enhancement Brigade at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA and deployed as part of Operation Spartan Shield serving as the Executive Services Officer for the Area Support Group-Jordan Senior Mission Command Team. Upon return, Asher Jackson was selected as the 301st MEB HHC Commander, a position he continues to serve in.
As a civilian, Asher Jackson’s background is largely in behavioral health administration while having served as a federal contractor and federal civilian employee in various roles for the Army. He has run the Army Reserve’s Private-Public Partnership (P3) program for the Utah/Idaho/Wyoming region, served as an Army Reserve military pay and personnel action officer, and has served as the Army Community Service Specialist (GS-11) for the active component at Dugway Proving Ground, UT.
Asher Jackson has most recently joined The University of Wisconsin – Madison’s Army ROTC program as a Senior Military Science Instructor in a civilian (contractor) role.
Asher Jackson holds a BA in Psychology with department honors from Weber State University.