The Warrant Officer Creed
Willingly render loyal services to superiors, subordinates and peers in every organization of which they are members.
Always set an example in conduct, appearance and performance that will make others proud to know and work with them.
Reliably discharge all duties with which they are confronted whether such duties are expressed or implied.
Readily subordinate their personal interests and welfare to those of their organization and their subordinates.
Accept responsibility at every opportunity and acknowledge full accountability for their actions.
Never knowingly tolerate wrong-doing by themselves or others, whether by commission or omission, design or neglect.
Teach other people in a way that effectively expand and perpetuate the scope of their technical competence.
Obtain breadth of perspective and depth of understanding beyond the limits of their specific responsibility.
Faithfully adhere to their oath of office in all respects, upholding and defending the United State's Constitution by both word and deed.
Forcefully take the initiative to stimulate constructive action in all areas requiring or inviting their attention.
Improve themselves both physically and mentally, professionally and personally, to increase their own abilities and the value of their services.
Contribute their past experiences, service and knowledge to a dedicated effort for a betterment of the future.
Earn an ironclad reputation for the absolute integrity of their word.
Reflect credit and inspire confidence in themselves, the Warrant Officer Corps, the military service of the nation and the United States of America.
What is a Warrant Officer?
In 1985, the Department of the Army developed a clear and concise definition which encompasses all warrant officer specialties.
An officer appointed by warrant by the Secretary of the Army, based upon a sound level of technical and tactical competence. The warrant officer is the highly specialized expert and trainer who, by gaining progressive levels of expertise and leadership, operates, maintains, administers, and manages the Army's equipment, support activities, or technical systems for an entire career.
Army Regulation 135-100 Appointment of Commissioned & Warrant Officers of the Army.
DA Pamphlet 611-21, Military Occupational Classification and Structure
NGR 600-101 - Warrant Officers - Federal Recognition and Related Personnel Actions
DA Pamphlet 600-11 Warrant Officer Professional Development & Utilization.
United States Army Warrant Officer Recruiting website
Contacts & Links
State Warrant Officer Strength Manager
U.S. Army Warrant Officer Career Center
USAWOA Online - US Army Warrant Officers Association
U.S. Army Recruiting Command's Warrant Officer Recruiting
Army Records Information Management System
PS Magazine Online Edition