Lieutenant Colonel Jason, PhD., is a 1999 West Point graduate, who was commissioned in the Military Police Corps. He has served in various military assignments including platoon leader, battalion logistics officer, company commander, and provost marshal. In addition to serving for four years in Germany, LTC Warren served in Sinai, Egypt and Kandahar, Afghanistan. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal in the latter deployment. LTC Warren studied military history at The Ohio State University and returned to teach military history at West Point from 2009-2012. While teaching at West Point, Ohio State awarded LTC Warren the PhD., and he was subsequently promoted to Assistant Professor.
His research focuses on warfare in early colonial America. In 2014, the University of Oklahoma Press published LTC Warren’s Connecticut Unscathed: Victory in the Great Narragansett War, 1675-1676. The Army War College, where he also served as an Assistant Professor, recognized Connecticut Unscathed with the Colonel John J. Madigan III Award for best faculty monograph. Routledge also published his chapter on King Philip’s War and Bacon’s Rebellion in a diplomatic and military history handbook. He is editor and contributor for Drawdown: America’s Way of Postwar with New York University Press, 2016. His other academic interests include the military history of the ancient world and modern military affairs. His recent article “The Centurion Mindset and the Army’s Strategic Leader Paradigm” in Parameters also earned a Madigan Award. In addition to over 30 academic presentations and lectures, LTC Warren published “Beyond Emotion: The Epidamnian Affair and Corinthian Policy, 480-421 BC” in the Ancient History Bulletin in 2003. He currently serves as a strategist and plans chief for a subordinate headquarters to U.S. Cyber Command.