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RANDY G. TILLERY

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Randy G. Tillery is the Director of Airman and Family Care, Air Force Personnel Center, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. The Airman and Family Care Directorate (DPF) includes five divisions with more than 190 military, civilians and contractors assigned working a diverse portfolio of programs. The divisions include: Air Reserve Component Case Management, Casualty Matters, Disability, Airman and Family, and Warrior and Survivor Care. The major programs include Medical Continuation, Airman and Family Readiness, Resilience, Air Force Families Forever, Retiree Services, Survivor Benefit Program, Wounded, Ill, and Injured Non-Medical Care Management, Recovery Care Coordination, and Adaptive Sports, Informal and Formal Physical Evaluation Boards, Temporary Duty Retirement List, Combat Related Special Compensation, Casualty, and Missing Persons.

 

Mr. Tillery served 30 years as an active duty Air Force officer. He received his commission through the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) detachment at Auburn University and has served in a variety of assignments at the squadron, group, major command, Air Staff, and Joint Staff levels. He commanded ROTC Detachment 5 at Auburn University, the 95th Mission Support Group at Edwards Air Force Base in California, and the 3380th Mission Support Squadron at Keesler AFB in Mississippi. He also served as the Director of Personnel /A1for Air Mobility Command; he retired as a colonel in 2007. 

 

EDUCATION:

1977 Bachelor of Science Degree, Personnel Management and Industrial Relations,

Auburn University, Alabama

1980 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama

1985 Master’s Degree, Business Administration, Troy State University, Alabama

1990 Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB

1999 Air War College, Maxwell AFB

2000 Master’s Degree, Strategic Studies, Air University, Alabama

 

ASSIGNMENTS:

1.  Oct 1977 – Dec 1980, Officer’s Club Manager; Assistant Chief and Chief, Quality Force, 354th Combat Support Group; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

2.  Dec 1980 – May 1982, Chief, Quality Assurance; Chief, Personnel Utilization Section; 347th Combat Support Group, Moody AFB, Georgia

3.  May 1982 – Dec 1985, Chief, Personnel Analysis Branch; Executive Officer to the Director of Personnel, Pacific Air Forces, Hickam, Hawaii

4.  Dec 1985 – Jul 1989, Assistant Chief, Operations Division, General Officer Management Office;  Chief, Officer Promotion Policy, Headquarters Air Force, Pentagon, Virginia

5.  Jul 1989 – Jul 1990, Student, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB

6.  Jul 1990 – Mar 1993, Chief, Consolidated Base Personnel Office; Commander, 3380th Mission Support Squadron, Keesler AFB

7.  Mar 1993 – Jun 1996, Chief, Joint Acquisition and Education Branch; Chief, Airman Distribution Branch; Chief, Commander’s Action Group, Air Force Military Personnel Center, Randolph AFB, Texas

8.  Jun 1996 – Aug 1998, Commander, 95th Support Group, Edwards AFB

9.  Aug 1998 – Jun 1999, Student, Air War College, Maxwell AFB

10. Jun 1999 – Jul 2001, Chief, Personnel Readiness Division, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Pentagon

11. Jul 2001 – Jul 2004, Special Assistant to the Air Mobility Command Vice Commander; Director of Personnel/A1, Air Mobility Command, Scott AFB, Illinois

12. Jul 2004 – Sep 2007, Commander, Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 5, Auburn University

MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS:

Defense Superior Service Medal

Legion of Merit with one oak leaf cluster

Meritorious Service Medal with three oak leaf clusters

Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster

Air Force Achievement Medal

(Current as of August 2015)

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