What is a warrant officer?

Answer Warrant officer is a U.S. military rank given to skilled, specialty officers of the armed forces. The selection process and responsibilities for warrant officers in each branch of armed forces vary... Read More »

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What is a chief warrant officer?

Over 25,000 men and women serve as Army Warrant Officers in either the active Army or the reserves of the United States Army. As opposed to commissioned officers who are considered generalists, War... Read More »

What is a Navy Warrant Officer?

Warrant officer is a rank category between enlisted and commissioned officer. According to the U.S. Warrant officers' Heritage Foundation, "The functional role of the modern Navy warrant officer is... Read More »

What is a warrant officer in the Marines?

The Marine Corps warrant officer is a technical officer specialist who performs duties that require extensive knowledge, training and experience with particular systems or equipment, according to t... Read More »

What is the purpose of a warrant officer?

According to the 2010 U.S. Army Warrant Officer recruitment brochure, the purpose of the warrant officer is to serve as a highly skilled and specialized technician in positions that provide trainin... Read More »