Warrant Officer Prerequisites and Duty Description

153A - Rotary Wing Aviator

Pilot and command all army aircraft in tactical and non-tactical conditions. Aviation warrant officers must be agile, adaptive, and creative, as they operate aircraft in all meteorological conditions, both day and night, and are responsible for coordinating, conducting, and directing all types of single service and joint combat, combat support and sustainment operations. Function as direct combat participants with organic armament systems, and sustain combat proficiency for their designated aircraft as outlined in the appropriate aircrew-training manual. Aviation warrant officers fill a unique role within Army Aviation as the technical and tactical experts of the branch providing long-term continuity of service within both conventional and special operations Aviation units.

Minimum prerequisites:

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For inquiries regarding aviation policy ONLY, contact the proponent aviation POCs below.

Aviation Proponet POC:
CW4 Charles Villanida
E-Mail: charles.a.villanida.mil@mail.mil
DSN 558-1420

Aviation Proponent POC:
Allen R.(Randy) Godfrey
Aviation Proponent Program Analyst
Email: allen.r.godfrey.ctr@mail.mil
DSN: 558-1430


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