Darlington native is retiring from military
After 26 years of service to our country, Darlington native LTC Timothy Jordan is retiring. LTC Jordan has relinquished his duties as Senior Military Advisor and Plans Chief of the Pentagon Force Protection Agency responsible for the Army and Department of Defense Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear programs. Jordan has served in every major conflict over the past several decades, including supporting Operations Desert Shield/Storm in Kuwait; Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom and has also served in various assignments throughout the world. His awards include the Legion of Merit, four Defense Meritorious Service Medals, five Meritorious Service Medals, five Army Commendation Medals and a host of other military awards for his service. Jordan is a graduate of South Carolina State University, Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; he holds a master’s degree in Environmental Management from Webster University and a Leadership Excellence degree from Harvard. Jordan is married to the former Tonya D. Brailey of Florence, and they have one daughter, Timple. Jordan and his family will remain in the D.C. area and will support the Department of Defense as a weapons of mass destruction consultant. Jordan is the son of Catherine Jordan and the late Louis Jordan and is a 1989 graduate of Mayo High School.