Posted on Sep 4, 2014
SGT William B.
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I've never understood this in the short time I've been in. Have you ever been at a formation, and all of a sudden, Chief So-and-So disappears from sight? Everyone needs to draw equipment? Chief already has his gear, and he's out the door doing Chief things.

What happens to Warrant Officers? Does going through WOCS give you guys a super power to materialize in another plane of existence unknown to the rest of us?


Hey team,
I'm dying reading some of the comments; some of you are too clever for your own good. The serious responses are great, but also please note that I'm only teasing; I've met and worked with many great warrant officers, and the ones that weren't on that level were getting the mentorship they needed to reach it.
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CW5 Sam B.
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Not sure where they go, I always seem to miss the train to the WOMAN (explained in one of the responses accurately) and the mythical forest.
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SPC Treatment Medic
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Sgt Bradley if you do that, I'm not sure anyone would even attempt to stop you.
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LCDR Retired
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I have known & worked with a few Warrant and Chief Warrant Officers. I never knew a bad one....
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CW5 Sam B.
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LCDR (Join to see) - Outstanding!
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CW5 Sam B.
CW5 Sam B.
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SPC (Join to see) - I would have to agree, I personally do not take advantage of the terminal option, however some push the envelope rather well!
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Much in the same way the cadre at USASMA teach soon to be SGMs how to spot a cigarette butt at 500m, so do the cadre at WOCS teach the soon to be WOs the art of cloaking. Both are traits that cannot be shared except within their own circles. It's sort of like discussing Fight Club... ;)
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SGT William B.
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Seriously. Some of the chiefs that I've known had skills that would put master ninjas with a power level of at least 9000 to shame.
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SGT William B.
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And actually, speaking of SGMs: if they can spot cigarette butts at 500 meters, why don't we send them to sniper school? Could you imagine that mess?

SSG (Instructor): Alright, so today we're going to learn...
SGM (Student): Hold on, does everyone have a PT belt?
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SGT Horizontal Construction Engineer
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SGT William B. SSG (Instructor): Let's go downrange and look at our targets
SGM (Student): Better stay off my grass
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LCDR Officer In Charge
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They are experts in camouflage...they're actually around, you just can't see them.
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SGT William B.
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I found this Warrant Officer in training. Its obvious his powers have not reached their full potential yet, otherwise, I would not have seen him.
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Sgt Packy Flickinger
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By time they hit Cpt, they don't try to camoflage their naps anymore.
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SGT Horizontal Construction Engineer
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Sgt Packy Flickinger Did you mean CW3 (for you CWO-3)?
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