Jason Armstrong is a correctional officer played by Timothy L. Brown.
Character summary[edit | edit source]
A tall, muscular guard, he is one of the favorites of both Warden Leo Glynn and Unit Manager Tim McManus. Throughout the series, he and Officer Joseph Mineo are some of the only officers seen in all six seasons.
Plot summary[edit | edit source]
Season 1[edit | edit source]
Jason Armstrong was one of the COs who was assigned to Emerald City, taking care of Emerald City entry gate. When the riot erupted, Armstrong called for help and ran to Emerald City. When he got out of his room, Ryan O'Reily beat him using a chair, leaving Jason unconscious. Tim McManus made a deal with Kareem Said, where he would trade himself for the injured COs Armstrong and Joseph Mineo.
Seasons 2 & 3[edit | edit source]
Armstrong was a background Officer, always breaking fights and patrolling.
Season 4[edit | edit source]
Under the reign of Martin Querns and Simon Adebisi, Emerald City became a unit with the majority of African Americans inmates. Soon, Querns transferred all the White COs out of Emerald City, including Armstrong.
Season 5[edit | edit source]
Once again, Armstrong is only a background character.
Season 6[edit | edit source]
|The Correctional Officers|
Diane Wittlesey - Mike Healy - Sean Murphy - Claire Howell - Clayton Hughes - Rick Heim - Gordon Wood - Karl Metzger - Eugene Rivera - Dave Brass - Len Lopresti - Jason Armstrong - Travis Smith - Joseph Howard - Adrian Johnson - Eddie Hunt - Vic D'Agnasti - Joseph Mineo - Lawrence Smith - Tom Robinson