Warrant Officer Prerequisites and Duty Description
150A - Air Traffic and Air Space Management Technician
Supervises the effective utilization of ATC equipment and ATC personnel at all categories of Army ATC facilities; supervises fixed base ATC training and rating programs, combat support training and certification programs, and combat support and fixed base facility operations procedures; and supervises airspace management functions and airspace processing procedures into the National Airspace System (NAS).
- Be a SGT (E5) or above in MOS 15Q.
- Last five years experience in MOS 15Q, hold an Air Traffic Control Tower rating or Radar Air Traffic Control rating.
- Successfully pass a Class IV Flying Duty Medical Examination (FDME) IAW AR 40-501 that has been approved by the Commander, U.S. Army Aeromedical Center.
- Two years experience in air traffic control leadership positions as Tactical Team Leader or Shift Leader as defined in DA Pam 611-21. Leadership experience must be documented on NCOER's.
- Applicants from sister services or other Army MOSs will be considered based on qualifications and experience.
- Advanced Leadership Course (ALC) graduate in a feeder MOS.
- All applicants must have a digitally signed letter of recommendation (LoR) from an Army Aviation Air Traffic and Air Space Management Technician 150A (CW3 to CW5) currently serving (Not Retired) to accompany their Company and Battalion Cdr LoR's. The Warrant Officer LoR must attest to the applicant’s technical/tactical competency and potential for warrant officer service.
- Two years of college credit at an accredited institution.
- Experience as a Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) air traffic controller.
Please contact the proponent POCs below for any questions regarding qualifications. Address all other inquiries to the Warrant Officer Recruiting Branch at firstname.lastname@example.org
CW4 Michael Guidry
Mr. John Kissel
Aviation Proponent Warrant Officer Analyst
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