Are army warrant officers commissioned?

Answer After achieving the ranking of Chief Warrant Officer Two, warrant officers are then commissioned by the president. Though commissioned Army warrant officers remain single-specialty and career-orien... Read More »

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Are warrant officers commissioned officers?

Warrant officers are not commissioned officers. They do have equivalent legal status to a regular commissioned officer. Their duties are highly specialized, and they work in fields such as medicine... Read More »

What do warrant officers in the Army do?

According to the Department of the Army, the warrant officer "administers, manages, maintains, operates, and integrates Army systems and equipment across the full spectrum of Army operations." He p... Read More »

Do army warrant officers have to attend basic training?

Warrant officers do have to attend the same basic training as any army recruit. Basic training is nine weeks of combat training, after which they will attend warrant officer candidate school.Refere... Read More »

What is the difference between noncommissioned officers and commissioned officers?

The differences are vast and varied: Noncommissioned {Non Commissioned} Officers:Are never saluted (In some cases, enlisted salute each other as when reporting {to} their post or on Gaurd {guard}, ... Read More »