Logan Connor is an agent with an unnamed American intelligence agency.
As we are told in a blurb for the first recorded adventure, "We know about the existence of the CIA, NSA, MI5, and other government organizations, but what about the ones we don't know about? Logan Connor was just an all-American clean-cut kid when the government came calling. Bored with college, seeking direction, and open to suggestions Travis Crow makes Logan an offer he can't refuse. And then some... From North Korea to Central Africa, Logan is sent on assignments that no one will admit to or even verify their origins. His movements and activities are part of a deeply hidden, totally secret organization that Logan isn't even privy to. Who is pulling the strings?"
From that very informative paragraph we learn that Connon is an operative and apparently a very busy one, that his missions take him all over the world likely with no pattern except to head to where his mysterious employer feels he is needed, and that even Connor is as in the dark about who he works for as we are, at least to begin with.
We first meet Connor literally the day he was conceived; we are given an extensive (and quite enjoyable to read) history less into his birth, his adoption as a newborn, and his life growing up in a loving family. It is during the discussion of his time two years into college, struggling to find a major to take interest in, that he encounters the very experienced and very impressive Titus Crow, a soldier with a troubled past who had come to college at an older age.
It will be Crow who will point Connor towards the line of work he will later excel at. And it will be Crow who will some time later change Connor's life yet again. But it will be Connor who makes his own decisions and takes his own actions and those decisions and actions will be quite interesting.