Warrant Officer Prerequisites and Duty Description
913A - Armament Systems Maintenance Warrant Officer
Manages activities and personnel engaged in field and sustainment level maintenance and repair of small arms, field artillery and armament systems. Directs procedures for the identification and troubleshooting of malfunctions in electrical, hydraulic, fire control, and instrument items. Establishes evacuation and replacement procedures of such items that are unserviceable and beyond the repair capabilities of forward support companies. Manages quality assurance and production control programs to ensure established work standards are met and repairs are made on a timely basis. Administers the Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS) and the Maintenance Reporting and Management Systems (MRMS). Administers regulations and procedures pertaining to physical security, accountability, and shipment of weapons. Directs repair teams in support of field units and activities. Establishes and directs a shop safety program per applicable regulations. Establishes a technical library and examines, interprets, and disseminates technical material, including orders and bulletins...
- SGT (E-5) or above.
- Minimum of five years on-the-job experience in feeder MOS validated by NCOERs
- ALC Graduate from feeder MOS documented on ERB with all DA Form 1059s provided in the application
Rater’s bullet comments reflecting excellent content not necessarily blocks in:
- MOS competency and technical ability must be clearly stated on the NCOER
- Supervisory capacity (leadership) in MOS by position or assignments
- Bullets must identify that the NCO was responsible for scheduling, tracking or the reporting of armament systems readiness in their organization
- Ability to lead and perform at a higher level in a stressful demanding environment
- Proficiency and ability to fault isolate and repair various armament systems
Senior Rater's bullet comments reflecting:
- Exceptional promotion potential
- Capacity to serve in assignments or positions of increased supervisory responsibility
Letters of Recommendation (LOR’s): LOR must be from a Senior Warrant Officer (CW4-CW5) holding MOS being applied for. The LOR must come from a Senior Warrant Officer within your immediate organization or your chain of command. If a Senior Warrant Officer in not assigned to your immediate chain of command:
- Active Component contact the Personnel Development Officer POCs below to assist with contacting a Senior Warrant Officer holding the feeder MOS to facilitate the required interview.
- Reserve Components contact the assigned Command Chief Warrant Officer (CCWO) in your chain of command. They can write the LOR or assist with contacting a Senior Warrant Officer holding the feeder MOS to facilitate the required interview.
*OJE Experience defined: Specific (operations/logistic support) experience includes any position involving direct contact with equipment/commodity/electronics/ repair, retail or wholesale munitions operations and/or munitions management.
Reserve Components civilian experience related to their MOS will be taken into consideration. Evaluation reports documenting experience must describe specific MOS related positions, duties, and responsibilities performed and must be commensurate with the rank of the soldier.
NOTE: Applicants must submit a separate waiver request for each prerequisite not met. Waiver requests must provide rationale to why the waiver should be granted. No waivers will be granted for E-4 and below.
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.orgPOC: CW4 Alexander W. Taylor (Active Component)
E-Mail : email@example.com
POC: CW5 Raymond A. Wolf Jr. (Reserve Components)
POC: CW4 Jimmy Polk (Army National Guard)
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