This website is setup to introduce you to Paul P. Tillson from Oregon, in response to the Emails & phone calls from people who are mistaking him for a Paul Tillson from NJ.
Read his press release to find out why! stolen-valor-or-hard-working-disabled-veteran
This Paul Tillson from Oregon, served in the United States Army from 1982 to 1990 discharge papers (public information) are posted here.
You will not see him decked out in dress blues, he did not get any special awards ( he
does not believe in accepting awards for doing his Job.) other than the ones he can’t refuse.
The highest rank (other than Acting Jack) was E-4, he served 2 tours in Germany the 1st being C 2/4 Inf 56FA in Heilbronn Germany. (see letter of Appreciation).
When he finished his tour of duty he had a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) and was transferred to Ft. Hood TX 1/92nd 2nd AD when this tour ended he was released from active duty, and went into the Oregon Army National Guard for a time before going back to active duty.
When returning to active duty he requested to return to Germany, where his duty was with 41st FA Bde headquarters, where he participated in the building and running a Military Affiliated Radio System (MARS) station, and with the help of Darris Harter was able to afford the Babenhausen military community free phone calls to their family and friends stateside. (see letters)
When this duty was over he PCS to Ft. Riley KS, with 2/3 ADA, where he was medically discharged for injuries sustained in the line of duty. He left the Army, and joined the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) as a senior member, and trained cadets in search and rescue. all his claims are supported by documentation.
After returning to his hometown, he was looking for work, he spoke with the veteran’s representative from our employment office, and he asked what it is that he can do? He told him that I can do anything and everything to do with computers, he then asked him where he went to school for it, he responded that he started with computers in 1983, and that he picked up a lot from other people who work with computers otherwise he is self taught. he informed him that in today’s job market he would need a college degree, and asked him his percentage of disability, and told him that he was eligible for retraining though the Veterans Administration’s Chapter 31 program, he followed the lead and graduated from Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath Falls Oregon with a B.S. in Management of Information Systems (MIS) in 2007. Thank you taxpayers for allowing me to be all that I can be after the Army.
In 2007 the economy took a downturn, work was very difficult to obtain, so he started his own IT company TAP Enterprises later known as TAP Enterprises LLC, and started remotely repairing computers. www.pcwebfix.com