103RD BCT
10TH REGIONAL COMMAND

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COL Tim Miller, USAVR
103rd BCT Commanding Officer
safetmiller@msn.com
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The 103rd BCT has established to serve the northern State of Washington. The Commanding Office is in Edmonds, WA.

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COL Tim Miller, USAVR
103rd BCT Commanding Officer
safetmiller@msn.com
 
 
 

  COMMANDER'S BIOGRAPHY
  Bio of COL Timothy James Miller
  COL Tim Miller graduated from Washington State University in 1968 and was commissioned a second Lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers. He served in Germany (24th Engineer group) and Vietnam (577th Engineer Battalion, 18th Engineer Brigade). In country, he commanded HHQ Company and was the S-1 (Security and Intelligence) Battalion staff officer. Although serving in two positions, perimeter security was his primary responsibility. Captain Miller, recruited, organized and equipped a 130 Chinese (Nung) Security Force. As the security force commander, he was awarded the Army Commendation Medal and the Bronze Star by Battalion Commanders, Col Koren and Col. Kitts.

Capt. Miller left active duty in 1972, but stayed active in the Army Reserve as a company commander (659th Engineer Company, Spokane, WA) while finishing his MBA at Eastern Washington University. After finishing his degree, Cpt. Miller left the military. In 1979 he started his own business forms and systems distributorship, which he recently sold in September 2017. In 2005 he joined the Washington State Guard and as commander of the color and honor guard was in charge of the unit performing military honors at Tahoma National Cemetery. For his achievements in Military Emergency Management (Senior Level), Major Miller was awarded the Legion of Merit by the Washington Adjutant General, LTG Timothy Loewenberg.

COL Miller recently joined the United States Volunteers-Joint Services Command and is presently the Commander of the 103rd BCT. He is actively recruiting two complete teams for military honors at local and Federal cemeteries.

COL Miller has been married for 49 years to his wife, Cynthia and they have two grown sons, Sean and Michael, and six grandchildren.

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