As a Captain in the United States Army, Jeffrey Johnson has dedicated years of service to his country. He began his Army career after completing his basic training courses at Fort Benning, near the city of Columbus, Georgia. While training, Jeffrey Johnson received the Order of Saint Maurice for his distinguished service in the infantry. He also earned the Army Commendation Medal during this time. After finishing basic training at Fort Benning, Jeffrey Johnson accepted the opportunity to take part in the Military Intelligence Captains Career Course at Fort Huachuca in Cochise County, Arizona. Through this program, he learned to effectively collect and process all areas of intelligence, including signal, human, imagery, and open source. Johnson also finished his Military Transition Team training at Kansas' Fort Riley, which qualified him to train local forces in the United States' theater of operations. In 2007 and 2008, Jeffrey Johnson participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom as part of the First Infantry Division, the United States Army's oldest division. For his service and bravery during the operation, he was awarded the Combat Action Badge and the Bronze Star Medal. After leaving Iraq, he relocated to Fort Shafter in Honolulu, Hawaii, where he accepted the position of G2 Plans Officer of the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command. For his work in coordinating with Japanese and South Korean allies, Jeffrey Johnson was honored with the Korea Defense Service Medal. Currently, Jeffrey Johnson is stationed at Fort Gordon in Georgia, where he assumes the duties befitting the rank of United States Army Captain. He handles various documents pertaining to his unit, the 513th Military Intelligence Brigade, including fragmentary orders, warning orders, and operations orders.