The US Army Ranger Association is honored to have
Major Jeremy Noble
as the upcoming speaker for the Distinguished Speaker Series
on Friday, April 16th at 18:00 EDT.
MAJ Jeremy Noble has served as the Regimental Psychologist for the 75th Ranger Regiment since 2016. His primary duties include personnel selection (RASP1, RASP2, FG RASP, etc.), executive coaching, psychotherapy and psychological assessment, and Command consultation. Jeremy is Ranger and Airborne qualified. He has deployed to Afghanistan seven times in support of Rangers and to conduct operational psychology duties. Prior to his time in the 75th Ranger Regiment, Jeremy completed his post-doctoral residency in both clinical and operational psychology at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He graduated with his PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2014. Finally, he is the proud father of a seven-year-old Doberman named Zeke.
Registration will be made available soon.