Erick Nason, Ph. D.
Dr. Erick Nason, is a professional Military Historian, published author and retired Army special operations senior non-commissioned officer, having served twenty years with the Rangers and Special Forces. Dr. Nason is currently the commander for the 2nd Regiment, South Carolina Continental Line where he has been a member for the past 32 years. Additionally, he is the Southern department director and coordinator for the Continental Line. Dr. Nason has been directly involved in historical presentations, from speaking at the Francis Marion Symposium in Manning South Carolina, advising and presenting selected battles of the Southern Campaign for the South Carolina Education Television. He was also in the Turning Learning Channel’s “American Revolution,” the History Channel’s “American Revolution,” and as a special extra for the TV show “Sleepy Hollow.” Dr. Nason directly coordinates for ten reenactments per year, including events at Cowpens, Lake City, Guilford Courthouse NC, Musgrove Mill, Carolina Day in Charleston, Fort Moultrie, Latta Plantation NC, Camden and Victory Day in Charleston. Dr. Nason serves as a historian and writer for the Southern battlefield Preservation Trust, with the intent to better express the importance of the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution and preserve the battlefields before they are lost to history. Dr. Nason is coordinating and working with the South Carolina State Commission for the 250th Anniversary of the American Revolution, and the Liberty Trail.