Jon Davis

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Jon Davis is a United States Marine Corps veteran turned writer and blogger, currently focusing on military, international defense, and veterans’ welfare and empowerment.

Jon was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps and is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He became a writer while serving in the Iraq theater in 2005 and again in 2007. The activity became a productive outlet to the strain, stress, and tedium of long deployment and training work-ups.

Currently, Jon is a contributing writer for We Are the Mighty and his work has been featured in Newsweek, Forbes, Gizmodo and many other sites via partnerships through Quora. He is also the author of the military science fiction webnovel The Next Warrior.

Besides writing, Jon is currently employed as a middle and high school teacher, and publisher for education related articles and tools for teachers. He is also active as a Youth leader with his local church. He graduated with honors from the University of North Texas with a degree in Business Management.

Jon Davis is funded through crowdsourced fundraising via the platform Patreon. This means that for every article he writes, fans can donate a dollar or any set amount they choose up to their personally set monthly maximum to help fund his research and development of new and better content, as well as to reach new audiences. If you would like to support Jon Davis please visiting his patreon campaign page here, or by clicking the image below.

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15 thoughts on “Jon Davis

  1. I’ve known Jon most of his life. He grew up with my boys. I am proud to say that he has evolved into a wonderful young man. I can attest to his being opinionated and narcissistic. Truthfully, he can be a downright P-I-A sometimes. but then again, can’t we all.
    I am as proud as an adopted mom can be.
    Keep up the good work Jon boy. God has blessed you with a wonderful gift of words.
    You inspire me.

  2. Good Evening Jon,
    First, my name is Joe Heater and I am the editor of a quarterly news letter for the 1st Battalion 9th Marines Network. Our organization is composed primarily of Marines who served in the battalion between 1965 and 1969 in Viet Nam but is open to any Marine who severd at any time in the battalion. You can view our web site here:

    The reason I’m writting is to ask for your permission to use your “Millitary Intelligence” blog post in the March issue, it’s a quarterly publication. I’m sure all of our members will appreciate the piece. Certainly would appreciate your consideration. If you would like I could e-mail you the last several of issues so you can get an get a feel for our orginization.

    Semper Fi,

    Joe Heater
    3rd Platoon, Delta Company

    • Joe,
      I would be honored to have my post presented to 1/9. Your alumni are among the most honored men to ever be etched in Marine history. Thank you for your and the rest 1/9’s service and I appreciate greatly you giving me the opportunity to be featured in your newsletter.

      • Jon,
        Thank you. I’m just starting to assemble the March edition and am targeting 3/30 as a pub date so let me know if you would like a copy. Will be including your article and link to your blog.
        Semper Fi,

  3. Noticed some grammar issues: ” I’m is also a writer of military science fiction with his.” Since the rest is in first person, I think you were going for “I am” and “my,” right? Feel free to delete this comment.

  4. I really like your series on what can be learned from war. Is there a series tag you’re using, or another way I can link to all the parts of the series (both to read and to share with others).

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