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    Posted: August/12/2016 at 11:36am

My orders finally came through, so my promotion in the Army Reserve is now official!!!!

--CW3 J.D. Walker



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That's awesome!!!
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Congratulations Sir.  ClapThumbs Up
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well done SIR,  the first time I see you I will salute you.

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SIR!

I respectfully request to ask what field is your Warrant?

Thank you!
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The first week in February 2018 I attended a seminar at MIT on future warfare topics.  The senior commissioned officer was a big proponent of more Warrant Officers in military, because the military is getting so high tech.  It seems the Warrant Officer rank is coming into its own.  I suggested that Warrants be more included in the command structure with more supervisory roles other than just tech reps.  My four year hitch in the Navy gave me exposure to Warrant Officers, and I think more W.O.s are needed in the shops to police the E-9s.  What are your opinions about the Warrant Officer ranks?  Thanks!
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I was in the AF and they were dead set against warrant officers. In the late 70's Congress tried to get the AF to create a warrant officer pilot classification so that people could just fly and not get involved in the "up or out" system that commissioned officers have to go by. Many commissioned AF pilots wanted to just fly and not get involved with the ticket punching environment so prevalent then, and presumably now. Made sense to me, but the AF said it would create another layer of management they did not want or need. I thought it would do just the opposite. OH well, it seems the AF won that one. I don't see why one needs a college degree and be a commissioned officer to fly. If one has the aptitude and can pass the requirements, they should be able to do it.
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