Leaders
Command Advisor, WWR
Mr. Paul Williamson

Command Advisor, Wounded Warrior Regiment
Mr. Williamson began his Civil Service career in October 2001 with his appointment as President, Department of the Navy Physical Evaluation Board, Washington, DC. In December 2007, he was selected for his current position as the Command Advisor for the Wounded Warrior Regiment.

As Command Advisor, Mr. Williamson advises the Regimental Commander and other senior Marine Corps officers, to include the Commandant of the Marine Corps, on all matters related to wounded warrior and family care coordination.

Previous to his initial Civil Service appointment, Mr. Williamson completed a distinguished career of 32 years active naval service. Mr. Williamson enlisted in June 1969 and promoted to Senior Chief Petty Officer concurrent with his commissioning as an Ensign in April 1979 through the Navy’s In-Service Procurement Program. As an Administration Limited Duty Officer, he held a variety of leadership and command positions at sea and ashore. Mr. Williamson retired from active duty in January 2001 as a Commander.

In recognition of his outstanding performance of duty as the President, Department of the Navy Physical Evaluation Board, Mr. Williamson was awarded the Superior Civilian Service Award in 2006. In 2014, Mr. Williamson was awarded the Meritorious Civilian Service Award for his service with the Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment.