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1 Warrant Officer Update CW5 Dennis D. Jester Command Chief Warrant Officer Delaware Army National Guard Delaware Army National Guard
2 WO AUTHORIZED STRENGTH ProponentMOS and TitleW2W3W4W5 Branch Immaterial011A Command Chief Warrant Officer 1 Aviation151A Aviation Maintenance Technician 1 153A Maint Test Flight Eval 1 153B UH-1 Pilot D UH-60 Pilot E C-12 Pilot 2211 Engineers210A Utilities Operation and Maintenance Technician 2 Signal250N Network Management Technician A Information Systems Technician Z Senior Signal Technician 1 Adjutant General420A Military Personnel Technician C Bandmaster 1 Ordnance 913A0 Armanment Repair Technician1 914A Allied Trades Technician 1 915A Automotive Maintenance Technician E Senior Automotive Maintenance/Senior Ordnance Log Officer 3 1 Quartermaster Corps919A Engineer Equipment Maintenance Technician 1 920A Property Accounting Technician B Supply Systems Technician 21 Ordnance922A Food Service Technician 111 (Electronic Maintenance)948B Electronic Systems Maintenance Technician 1 1 Totals Total 82
3 WO ASSIGNED STRENGTH ProponentMOS and TitleW1W2W3W4W5 Branch Immaterial011A Command Chief Warrant Officer 2 Aviation151A Aviation Maintenance Technician A Maint Test Flight Eval 153B UH-1 Pilot D UH-60 Pilot E C-12 Pilot 131 Engineers210A Utilities Op & Maint Tech 1 Signal250N Network Management Technician A Information Systems Technician 2 255Z Senior Signal Technician 1 Adjutant General420A Military Personnel Technician C Bandmaster 1 Ordnance 913A0 Armament Repair Technician 914A Allied Trades Technician 1 915A Automotive Maintenance Technician E Senior Auto Maint Tech 2 1 Quartermaster Corps919A Engineer Maint Tech A Property Accounting Technician B Supply Systems Technician 1 Ordnance922A Food Service Technician 1 (Electronic Maintenance)948B Electronic Systems Maint Tech 12 Totals Total 65
4 WO VACANCIES ProponentMOS and TitleW1W2W3W4W5 Aviation151A Aviation Maintenance Technician 153A Maint Test Flight Eval 1 153B UH-1 Pilot 3 153D UH-60 Pilot 4 155E C-12 Pilot 1 Engineers210A Utilities Op & Maint Tech 1 Signal 251A Information Systems Technician 2 Adjutant General420A Military Personnel Technician 1 1 Ordnance 913A Armament Repair Tech 1 Quartermaster Corps920A Property Accounting Technician 1 920B Supply Systems Technician 2 922A Food Service Technician 11 Ordnance948B Electronic Systems Maint Tech Totals Total 20
5 Example Prerequisites for PDP 920A prerequisites (ARNG): Be an E4 or above. Have a minimum of six most recent years documented experience in MOS 92Y or 91J. Civilian experience related to MOS 92Y will be taken into consideration. Soldiers must be fully deployable, able to meet all physical requirements IAW AR , be able to take and pass an approved APFT IAW FM (standard or alternate), and meet height/weight standards IAW AR Soldiers may request a waiver to take the Alternate Event APFT for entrance in to Warrant Officer Candidate Program NCOs must provide hard copies of all NCOERs. The preponderance of your NCOERs must reflect outstanding and exceptional duty performance ratings noted with "among the best" ratings by the Rater and "successful" and "superior" ratings by the Senior Rater. ** E4s are not required to meet this prerequisite. Have a letter of recommendation from a Senior 920A (CW3-CW5). The Senior Warrant Officer must attest to your technical and tactical competence in MOS 92Y or 91J. You must request a waiver if there is no 920A on the installation of which you're currently serving. In cases where there is no Senior 920A on the installation, the applicant is encouraged to include a letter of recommendation from a Junior (CW2-W01) 920A, or a Quartermaster Warrant Officer (regardless of MOS), or a Warrant Officer (regardless of branch). Possess six credit hours of College Level English. Successful completion of the CLEP (College Level Examination Program) general examination in English or an undergraduate degree is the only acceptable alternatives. Speech is not considered an English Course.
6 TECH WO PDP Checklist Age Eligibility: 18 to US Citizen, Chap 2 Physical, Pass APFT, Meet HT/WT, Meet MOS Proponent Prerequisites, 6 hrs College English for some MOS ASVAB test results (minimum GT of 110) 2. Letter of recommendation from Unit/Bn/Bde commander. 3. DA Form 2-1 (certified copy). 4. Personal resume. 5. Transcripts documenting college level courses. 6. OER/NCOERs for feeder MOS. 7. Military school certificates (DD Form 1059) for MOS. 8. All service documents (i.e., DD Form 214; 215; DD Form 4-1, NGB Form 22). 9. Civilian Documents support training and experience for MOS. 10. DA Form 705 (APFT scorecard, certified). 11. Recommendation from CW3-CW5 who holds MOS. 12. DA Form 5500/5501 (Body Fat Worksheet if applicable). 13. Security clearance of Secret (or copy of interim clearance).
7 IERW Applicant Checklist Age Eligibility: ARNG applicants must be at least 18 but not have reached their 33rd birthday at the convening of the selection board (Federal Recognition Board). 1. Fort Rucker approved Class 1 Flight Physical (vision 20/50 correctable to 20/20) 2. Letter of recommendation from current unit commander. 3. Letter from the applicant volunteering for flight school. 4. ASVAB test results (minimum GT of 110). 5. FAST test (minimum of 90) 6. DA Form 705 (APFT scorecard, certified) 7. Recommendation from facility (AASF) commander. 8. NGB Form 62E (application for Federal Recognition, w/endorsement). 9. Security clearance of Secret (or copy of interim clearance). 10. Birth Certificate. 11. Social Security Card (copy). 12. DA Form 2-1 (certified copy). 13. Personal resume.
8 IERW Applicant Checklist contd 14. All service documents (i.e., DD Form 214; 215; DD Form 4-1, NGB Form 22). 15. Highest civilian education (i.e., HS diploma/GED, college/technical school transcripts). 16. Military school certificates (DD Form 1059). 17. Statement of Understanding for appointment as a Warrant Officer. 18. Statement of Understanding for Overseas Training. 19. Current extension of enlistment (DA Form 4836).
9 Warrant Officer Candidate School *6 week 4 days- E1-E5 who have not completed WLC/PLDC-Ft. Rucker, AL *4 week 4 day- E5 and above who have completed WLC/PLDC-Ft. Rucker, AL Phase I- 90 hours DL completed at Home Station Phase II- 4 week 4 day at Ft. Rucker *RTI WOCS- E5 and above who have completed WLC/PLDC Phase I- 90 hours DL completed at Home Station Phase II- IDT (5-- MUTA 5s at State RTI) Phase III- 2 week Annual Training at consolidated locations
10 Military Education Requirements Table 7-2. Minimum Military Educational Requirements for Promotion and Time in Current Grade Required for Course Enrollment. For Promotion Military Education Time in Current Grade To: Requirement is: Requirement for course CW2 WOBC NA within 2 years from date of initial appointment as WO1 CW3 Completion of Action OFF Course 2 yrs TIG as CW2 and the duty MOS WOAC CW4 WOSC 4 yrs TIG as CW3 CW5 WOSSC 4 yrs TIG as CW4 and assigned to CW5 Slot
11 Promotion TIG Requirements Table 7-1 Minimum Time in Grade for Promotion Grade Years in Lower Grade W01 to CW22 CW2 to CW35 See Note 1 CW3 to CW46 See Note 2 CW4 to CW55 Note 1: A Warrant Officers in grade CW2 assigned to a position rank coded higher than his or her current grade may be considered for promotion upon completion of four years TIG Note 2: A Warrant Officers in grade CW3 assigned to a position rank coded higher than his or her current grade may be considered for promotion upon completion of five years TIG
12 Initiatives *Bonuses – Accession $10,000 after completion of WOBC *GRAP-O for Warrant Officers- ASM Approved Memo dated 10 Aug 07, $2500 *Streamline Pre-Determination Process – submit to MOS DA Proponent *BOLC II on 1 Oct 08 for new appointments *SFC for 2 years prior to Appointment may be promoted to CW2 upon completion of WOBC *WOC incur a two-year contractual obligation upon appointment *All soldiers incur contractual obligation for military training IREW – 6 yrs, Courses 16 to 30 days – 1 yr, Courses 31 to 90 days – 2 yrs, Courses 91 to 139 days – 3 yrs, Courses 140 or more – 4 yrs
13 Warrant Officer Web Sites Warrant Officer Career Center MOS Proponent Prerequisites National Guard Warrant Officer Recruiting NGADE USAWOA First State Chapter