What is a warrant officer in the Army?

Answer The U.S. Army awards officers their rank based on knowledge, character and leadership ability. Although all Army officers should have generalized knowledge of all aspects of military service, some ... Read More »

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What is a warrant officer in the British army?

A warrant officer is the highest rank of the soldiers rank, soldiers ranks range from private to warrant officer. Warrant officers normally would have done about 20 years of service and in the army... Read More »

How long is Army warrant officer school?

Army warrant officer candidate school requires nine weeks of Army Basic Combat Training and then six weeks of Warrant Officer School. Upon successful completion of these first two components, you t... Read More »

How many years must you do to retire as a warrant officer in the Army?

Warrant officers, like all members of the U.S. military, require 20 years of service to retire with full benefits. Benefits include pension, health care and access to commissaries along with other ... Read More »

Do you have to be prior enlisted to become a warrant officer in the US Army?