Through progressive levels of expertise in assignments, training and education, the Warrant Officer administers, manages, maintains, operates and integrates Army systems and equipment across the full spectrum of Army operations. Warrant Officers are innovative integrators of emerging technologies, dynamic teachers, confident war fighters and developers of specialized teams of Soldiers. They support a wide range of Army missions throughout their career. Warrant Officers in the Army National Guard are accessed with specific levels of technical ability. They refine their technical expertise and develop their leadership and management skills through tiered progressive assignment and education. Purpose: This guide is designed to provide the necessary information and assistance for the application of qualified individuals into the Army National Guard Warrant Officer Corps.

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This banner text can have markup. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. W01 - Basic level Warrant officers are highly specialized officers. They are self-aware and adaptive combat leaders, trainers, staff officers, and advisors.

US Citizenship No Waivers 2. Waiver Avail. Where to Start Army Recruiting Command is charged with recruiting highly qualified applicants to serve as Army Warrant Officers. Warrant Officers are highly specialized experts and trainers in their career fields. By gaining progressive levels of expertise and leadership, these leaders provide valuable guidance to commanders and organizations in their specialty. Warrant Officers remain single-specialty Officers with career tracks that progress within their field, unlike their Commissioned Officer counterparts who focus on increased levels of command and staff duty positions.

Example in Sample Application available at briefings or for download on our website. Letters of Recommendation Next Slide 4. Resume 5. College Transcripts 8. Official Photo Su pporting Security Clearance [Clearance Memo DA Form R Statement of Understanding Waivers Next Slide I j a rM iettc jntai' --r told a r. JAiYikP: rt it - 1 i Ii r n. SI "ii. UL nd ia a vj-i-aw Uiaii U. Sh-l LTtH. Kmi r.

Y --kflj. Hl-vVl l. If waiver or exception to policy required, applicant needs to include complete physical. Check your application status on-line at wwvv usarerc.

Good luck! DA Form 61 Cont. MI Secretary. S AR 60! USC, Sections S3 3. Joe E. Otner Specify 1 7. Letters should be should be 3 to 5 paragraphs with specific, quantifiable comments about the service members character and tactical and technical competence 2. You may use information from the service member's entire record, including comments about schools completed, assignments, deployments, impact awards, achievements and accomplishments. Generic flowery comments are not effective in communicating the service member's attributes to board members If you can change the name of the person being recommended to someone else and the comments are not false, then the letter' is probably too generic to communicate effectively to board members EXAMPLE WRITE-UP: 1.

I have reviewed SGT Sample's credentials and found his records very worthy for warrant officer candidacy. As such, SGT Sample has earned my vote of confidence to compete for wan ant officer selection. SGT Sample served with me during a year-long deployment to Balad.

Iraq During this time, I personally observed and worked with SGT Sample on several personnel support issues. My observation of him is that of an industrious Senior Personnel Sergeant fully capable of performing his administrative duties. Ft Bragg NC.

SGT Sample possesses the qualities of a self-starter and a leader. He has received numerous valor and service awards for technical merit including the prestigious Bronzes Star. SGT Sample is active within the community and is not afraid to dialog regarding the issues of tire day. He is a well-rounded, respected member of both the military and civilian community. Sections Tbe Army Privacy Program, paragrapn Focus on quantifiable measurements of success that apart by the unique characteristics of each assigned position.

Write in clear, concise, and complete sentences - not in fragments or bullets. List outstanding achievements and additional duties while in position. Spell out terms that apply to your assignment especially buzzwords in you MOS, eg.

Avoid the use of jargon, slang, and other types of informal terms. Focus on measurements of success. NOT just a job description, but how well you perfoimed the job. Mention if you exceeded standards on a significant inspection evaluation or leadership school.

June 0? Significant contributions m major field training exercises e. Again, focus on measurements of success NOT just a job description. Include all of your significant accomplishments achievements below-the-zone promotions, impact awards, noteworthy distinctions, deployments, challenging assignments, unique skills in MOS, standards exceeded on a significant inspection evaluation, etc , mentioned earlier and explain how you are exceptionally qualified and have the leadership, management and technical tactical skills needed to become a WO Answer this question: What have you done or accomplished that sets you apart from your peers?

Additionally, aviator applicants should include why they want to be an Aviator. Therefore, do not go through a big expense by having external parities professionally prepare your resume. Simply follow the aforementioned guidelines and prepare the form yourself. If you are non-Army, the resume takes on increased importance in conveying your qualifications to become an Army Warrant Officer. Physical initiated on: g. Physical completed on: t h.

Ft Rucker. Army Recruiting Command. Fort Knox. References: a. AR , Personnel Security Program. Section S U. TN 1 Or Deployment Address tb. Fort Hood. TX 5. KY Fort Meade. Upon receipt of active duty orders, l will require me time indicated below to settle my analrs for entry on active duty.

Army Recruiting C ommand. State the type of waiver you are requesting Example: 1 Request an age waiver 2 Request an Active Federal Service Watver 3 Request a prerequisite waiver state the prerequisite s you wish to waive. Anyone can request a prerequisite. AFS or age waiver, but not everyone will get them approved Give a detailed explanation why you feel this waiver should be approved. Please note that waivers are approved only in unusual circumstances.

Prerequisite waiver requests that do not give adequate justification, Le. With AFS waivers required if you have 12 or more years AFS or age waivers required if you will be 33 or older for aviators or 46 for technicians, by the convene date of the board the same principle applies and requests must be fully justified.

Adequate justification might be: unusual circumstances, deployed for past year and unable to submit a packet, unusual skills, or unique talents. Asking for these waivers just because they are a part of the application will not result in approval.

Notes: 1. A separate waiver request must be submitted for each MOS that applicant does not meet the entire prerequisites for. Waiver should include why you feel that you should be accepted in the MOS without meeting all the requirements Include any civilian experience, training or assignments that are similar to MOS you wish to apply for. Make your request sound valid - for instance, an applicant stating they couldn't apply for the last 12 year; because they were deployed That doesn't sound valid because no one has been away from their duty station continuously over die last 12 years.

You would need to include why you couldn't or didn't apply in between deployments. Another example is a 13 year request stating "I've been deployed for the last year Waiter request will not appear before the selection board once approved.



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