Colonel Jason J. Glynn is the commander of the 375th Mission Support Group, Scott Air Force Base, Ill., leading five squadrons totaling over 1,500 personnel. He entered the Air Force in 1999 as a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy. He has commanded two civil engineer squadrons as well as served on a combatant command and major command staff. Additionally, he was assigned as a Defense Legislative Fellow in the office of U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski and served as civil engineer for a Contingency Response Group. He has deployed in support of combat and humanitarian operations worldwide, including operations Inherent Resolve, Iraqi Freedom, and Unified Assistance. In 2019, he led a cross-functional team to develop the Air Force’s first strategy for the cybersecurity of control systems.
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