US Space Force Astronautical Engineer
Major Jason Lowery is a US National Defense Fellow, Department of the Air Force Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) System Design and Management (SDM) Fellow, astronautical engineer, and active-duty commissioned officer in the US Space Force (USSF). Prior to attending MIT, Jason served as the director of operations for the USSF Second Space Launch Squadron. Before that, he was a founding member of the cadre of officers who stood up USSF, serving as the deputy chief of the commander's action group for USSF Space Operations Command as well as US Space Command (USSPACECOM) Combined Force Space Component Command (CFSCC). Jason transferred into USSF from the US Air Force (USAF), where he served as an intelligence analyst and subject matter expert in electronic warfare, blast and ballistics effects, and space weapon system design. Jason has multiple years of experience serving as a technical advisor for US senior officials, to include the Office of the President of the United States (OPOTUS), Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSECDEF), and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI). He received a master's degree in astronautical engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology and a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Baylor University.