Some more information would be helpful in finding an answer to your question. Was Robert Tillotson a federal government employee? If so, what was his position, and in what department or agency did he serve? Are there specific events or issues in Bermuda in which Mr. Tillotson might have been involved?
Thank you for your quick response. The only information I have is that he could have been a civilian of or member of the US Air Force Base (called the Kindley Base) which was adjacent to the Bermuda Airport. The Base to my understanding, was built on Bermuda land for the USA and leased by the USA.
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If Robert Tillotson was a member of the military, you may be able to request a copy of his Official Military Personnel File (OMPF). OMPFs for veterans who separated from service prior to 1955 are considered archival and are located at the National Archives in St. Louis, MO. Please contact them at email@example.com to find out more. Note: OMPFs for veterans who separated from service in 1955 or after are subject to certain access restrictions; more information is available here on our website.
The National Archives also has records that relate to Kindley Air Force Base, such as the series Base Engineering and Construction Files from Record Group 341: Records of Headquarters U.S. Air Force (Air Staff), 1934-2004. Please contact the Textual Reference Branch at the National Archives in College Park, MD with questions about these records. Their email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please search the National Archives Catalog for other records related to your inquiry.
Finally, you may also wish to contact the Air Force Historical Research Agency to see if they can offer you further guidance.
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