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Jeffrey Morton

Maine Ambassador

Name:  Jeffrey Alan Morton

Residence: Augusta

E-mail Address:    

Business Position:  Certified Public Accountant

Civilian Education: MS Accounting/MA Strategic Studies

Organizations/Clubs/Philanthropies:   President of the Chamberlain Chapter of AUSA, Adjutant for American Legion Post 205, and Cub Master at Pack 603 (Augusta).

Civilian Honors:  Member Cameron McLeod Society for Excellence in Technical Writing

Military Retirement Rank and Service: COL, USAR

Name of Spouse and Children: Marleen M. Lajoie, Audrey, Amelia, Tristan

Army Reserve Ambassador Jeffrey Alan Morton, retired from military service with over 38 years enlisted and commissioned service. Ambassador Morton’s final assignment was as faculty at the Army War College office for International Students where he was co-developer of the Valley Forge Staff ride. Commissioned a Cavalry Officer, Colonel Morton branch transferred to Engineer where he held positions from Platoon leader to Brigade Command to include combat service in Afghanistan from 2006 to 2007 as Engineer Brigade Operations Officer.  Last mobilized in 2017 in support of OEF, Ambassador Morton remains active in professional, branch, and veterans’ organizations.  Joint Qualified, Ambassador Morton attended and was on the faculty of the Command and General Staff College and is a graduate of the Army War College and Joint Staff College’s Joint and Combined Warfare Course. Senior instructor at the Joint Engineer Operations Course, Ambassador Morton instructed the joint community within the NORTHCOM, EUCOM, and PACOM.  He also attended various military schools and is a graduate of the Army War College.  Colonel Morton held both a Bronze and Silver De Fleury Medal from the Engineer Regiment.