US Army Warrant Officers are technical experts, combat leaders, trainers, and advisors who specialize, throughout an entire career, in a specific technical area. The US Army Warrant Officer cohort comprises less than three percent of the total US Army strength. Although small in size, the level of responsibility is immense and only the very best are selected to become US Army Warrant Officers. The Warrant Officer serves as the technical and tactical experts, as the leader of a team, and are highly trained in their field.

We are looking for the ELITE members of the force. If you are driven to excel, competent in your field, and believe you have the qualities to stand out from the average and mediocre, GIVE US A CALL!


Warrant Officer Administrative Requirements

Army GT Score of 110. (GT improvement course available)

US Citizenship. (No Waivers)

FINAL Secret or Top Secret Security Clearance. Interim clearances will not satisfy the requirement. (No Waivers)

Pass the standard 3-event Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) or the ACFT and meet height/weight standards.

Pass the commissioning Chapter 2 physical for Technicians or the Class 1 flight physical for Aviators.

All applicants must have 12 months remaining on their enlistment contract.

Age Requirements: Aspiring Technicians must be 46 years of age or less at the time of the board. Aspiring Aviators must be less than 32 years old at time of Federal Recognition Board. (Waiverable)

Most Warrant Officer (WO) Military Occupational Specialties (MOSs) require you to be at least pay grade E5 or higher with 4-6 years of experience in a skill/feeder MOS that is closely associated with a WOMOS. Review the Prerequisites and Duty Descriptions to determine if you are doing very similar work to one of the WOMOSs at: https://recruiting.army.mil/ISO/AWOR/qualifications_MOSlist/


Ready For The Challenge - Start The Process

Contact the Warrant Officer Strength Managers to help determine eligibility. Once you have met the administrative requirements and the Warrant Officer MOS specific prerequisites, the next step is assembling a Predetermination Packet  application for submission to Proponent.

Upon acceptance of Proponent and Federal Recognition you will attend Warrant Officer Candidate School. 


Federal or State School - Choice Your Path 

The mission of the Warrant Officer Candidate School is to educate, train, and inspire candidates so that each graduate is an officer who is a leader of character committed to doing what is right legally, morally, and ethically both on or off duty. An officer who is committed to professional growth through life-long learning; and who embraces the requirements of selfless service to subordinates, superiors, our Nation, and the Constitution. Training, Advising, and Counseling (TAC) Officers along with academic instructors prepare, coach, teach, mentor, train, advise plus counsel candidates, preparing them to assume responsibilities of a U.S. Army officer

Federal Warrant Officer Candidate School (5 weeks) at Fort Rucker 

State Warrant Officer Candidate School (preferred) held one weekend/month (during IDT) + Two week final phase (Annual Training) for approximately 6 months.

You will be appointed Warrant Officer One upon graduation. 


Received Your Appointment, Now off to Skills Training

Next you will attend your follow on WO MOS training, Warrant Officer Basic Course. 

The purpose of the Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC) to certify warrant officers as
technically and tactically competent to serve as warrant officers in a designated specialty. WOBC is the first major test a newly appointed officer must pass to continue serving in the Army as a warrant officer, as W01 appointments and award of a Warrant Officer MOS are contingent upon successfully completing WOBC.

WOBC prepares newly appointed officers for their first duty assignments and all subsequent assignments as W01s/CW2s. This course is proponent (branch) developed and administered to all warrant officers upon completion of Warrant Officer Candidate School. The primary focus of WOBC is MOS specific, augmented with common-core subjects. The common-core subjects are designated by a Task Site Selection Board and monitored by the Warrant Officer Career College.

Timeline for Warrant Officer Basic Course varies according to specialty. 

WOMOS

WO Title

Enlisted Feeder MOS

120A

Construction Engineering Technician

12H, K, N, P, Q, R, T, W

125D

Geospatial Engineering Technician

12Y, 35F, 35G

131A

Field Artillery Technician

13B, 13J, 13F, 13M, 13R, 11C, 11B or 19D

140A

Command and Control Systems Integrator

14E, 14G, 14H, 14P, 14S, 14T, 15P (ADAM Cell Exp.), 15Q, 25B, 25U and 29E; USAF: (AFSC: 1C3XX, 1C3XX); USN (Rating: IT, YN and CTM); USMC (Job code: 06XX)

150U

Tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems (TUAS) Operations Technician

15W, 15E - USMC MOS 7314/6214; USAF AFSC 1U0X1; USN NEC 8361-4, 6-8 (MOS Prerequisite Waiver Required for ALL sister service)

151A

Aviation Maintenance Technician

15B, D, F, G, H, K, N, R, S, T, U, X, Y

153A

Rotary Wing Aviator

All MOSs

170B

Electronic Warfare Technician

Preferred 17E MOS (35S, 18E, 19D and 25 Series MOS May Apply)

180A

Special Forces Warrant Officer

All CMF 18 MOS

255A

Information Services Technician

All MOSs (Must have 4 years IT experience IAW prerequisites)

255N

Network Management Technician

All MOSs (Must have 4 years IT experience IAW prerequisites)

270A

Legal Administrator

27D (All other enlisted MOSs - including Sister Services -- may apply with approved waiver).

350F

All Source Intelligence Technician

35F

351L

Counterintelligence Technician

35L

351M

Human Intelligence Collection Technician

35M, (USMC 0211 for USAR/ANG ONLY)

352N

SIGINT Analysis Technician

35N, 35P

353T

Military Intelligence Systems Maintenance/Integration Technician

35T

420A

Human Resources Technician

42A

740A

Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Technician

74D

882A

Mobility Officer

88N, 88M, 88H(Preferred) Open to ALL enlisted MOSs (Must meet defined prerequisites)

890A

Ammunition Warrant Officer

89A, 89B, 89D

913A

Armament Systems Maintenance Warrant Officer

91A, F, M, P; Master Gunners w/ ASIs A8, K8, and J3

914A

Allied Trades Warrant Officer

91E, X

915A

Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer

91A, B, H, L, M, P, S, X,

919A

Engineer Equipment Maintenance Warrant Officer

91B, C, D, L, H, X, 91J

920A

Property Accounting Technician

92Y

920B

Supply Systems Technician

92A, 68J

921A

Airdrop Systems Technician

92R

922A

Food Service Technician

92G, 68M



Ready To Begin - Contact Us!

     

Jason D. Hartley
CW3, AV, USA
Warrant Officer Strength Manager
Washington Army National Guard
Office: 253-912-3145
Cell: 307-248-3810
Jason.d.hartley.mil@mail.mil

Mikie T. Brown
CW3, JA, USA
Warrant Officer Strength Manager
Washington Army National Guard
Cell: (601) 447-0867
mikie.t.brown.mil@mail.mil