Captain Jason Leighton is a Course Director and Instructor at the Air Force Institute of Technology's School of Systems and Logistics, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio. He is an advisor to senior staff on current logistics issues, including the development and evaluation of courses and faculty performance. Additionally, he orchestrates day-to-day operations for the creation, execution, and evaluation of logistics courses for both live and distance learning venues. Moreover, he is a liaison for student/faculty issues, including academic advising, curriculum development, budgeting and grading.
Captain Leighton is a 2015 graduate of the Air Force Institute of Technology’s Logistics and Supply Chain Management program. He has served as a Materiel Management Flight Commander and Installation Deployment Officer.
21X307, Multinational Logistics-an Airman’s View
21X308, Inventory Control
21X316, Physical Distribution and Transportation Operations
LOG 299, Combat Logistics
Areas of Interest & Consulting
- Supply Chain
- Logistics Plans
Theory of Constraints
2018 - Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, AL (DG)
2017 - Master of Science, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio
2012 - Bachelor of Science, Technology Management (cum laude), American Sentinel University, Aurora Colorado
2011 - Associates of Applied Science, Instructor of Technology & Military Science, Community College of the Air Force
2008 - Associates of Applied Science, Aircraft Armament Systems, Community College of the Air Force
2005 - Airman Leadership School, Langley AFB, Virginia