Posted on Jun 14, 2015
SSG (Other / Not listed)
49.5K
34
15
5
5
0
I'm completing my Warrant Officer Resume, and I would like a guideline. If someone who was board selected recently still has their resume, and would be willing to share it with me I would be very appreciative!
Avatar_feed
Responses: 8
CW4 Retired
8
8
0
There is an excellent sample on the WOCC website
(8)
Comment
(0)
CW4 Retired
CW4 (Join to see)
5 y
(2)
Reply
(0)
SSG (Other / Not listed)
SSG (Join to see)
5 y
Thanks chief, I have that one saved to my desktop. The problem for me is this, I've only served in two units (75th Ranger Regt. And 1/509th GERONIMO, which are both specialized units). Im a soft skill but I have a Ranger tab and because of such I often get tasked with operating outside my duty MOS. I'd just like to see the type of vernacular and structure that the WOC board is looking for, in order to stear me down the correct path.
(0)
Reply
(0)
CW4 Retired
CW4 (Join to see)
5 y
SSG (Join to see) - By now you should have found a Senior Warrant Officer and had a discussion about your potential and packet information. Broadening assignments like the ones you've described are a plus. You'll do well. Submit an honest packet, to the point and be ready to lead. FIND that Senior Warrant and get eyeball to eyeball ASAP. Good luck.
(4)
Reply
(0)
SGT Squad Leader
SGT (Join to see)
>1 y
CW4 (Join to see) - Thank you Chief!!!!
(1)
Reply
(0)
Avatar_small
CW2 Power Systems Technician
5
5
0
I submitted my application in May and I can tell you from my experience that it should be short and to the point. Briefly summarize your accomplishments from the resume then focus on why the Warrant Officer Corps would be better off with you in its ranks. Highlight your leadership ability and why you will make a successful Warrant Officer. Lastly, have as many Warrants look at it as possible. God luck!!!
(5)
Comment
(0)
Avatar_small
CWO3 Retired
3
3
0
No, Not for the USA. By the way Happy 240th Birthday to all who served and still serving in Army of the United Stated of America. (ASU).

Semper Fi, Chris and good luck.

JK
(3)
Comment
(0)
Avatar_small

Join nearly 2 million former and current members of the US military, just like you.

close