New York Army National Guard Warrant Officer Basic Military Occupational Speciality Listing
This (MOS_basic.pdf) is a basic requirements listing for all military occupational specialities (MOS) available within the New York Army National Guard. The listing provides enlisted feeder MOS information, and requirements concerning service, supervisory experience, MOS related special requirements, and civilian education. It is designed as a tool to assist in the review of each enlisted soldiers qualifications. It is not designed to replace the complete "MOS Prerequisites List" or the Complete Position Description.
To help further your career as a Warrant Officer these links are also available:
How to become a Warrant Officer
- All Warrant Officers and Warrant Officer Candidates must review their Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) ONLINE. You must have an AKO username and password.
- Login to AKO - http://www.us.army.mil. On the left side of the screen, select: "My Personnel"
- On the right side of the "My Personnel" screen under: "G-1 Personnel"
- Select: Official Military Personnel File (OMPF)
- Once on the PERMS page click on the ARNG LOGO. This will take you to your online record.
- View/print/download documents by selecting the folder from the left side of the screen and clicking on each document listed.
- Particular attention should be made to entries on your DA Form 2-1, Personnel Qualification Record, and individual documents related to schools, duty assignments, and military awards. Improper information can adversely impact on packet preparation for warrant officer candidates and promotion/retentio for on-board warrant officers.
- Contact WO1 Sean Fredericks @ (518) 272-6804 for changes/problems.
Visit the ARNG Warrant Officer web site
and the US Army Warrant Officer Career Center for more information.
With a large number of vacancies and many upcoming retirements, an emphasis has been placed on "removing the mystery" of beginning a warrant officer career. The CCWO and the WO Advisory Committee have implemented many new informational checklists, regulatory changes, etc. to make it easier for you to increase your knowledge about a warrant officer career.
See Procurement Guide
The WO Advisory Committee was created to serve all NYARNG Warrant Officer. Policy changes have been implemented, positively impacting on all NYARNG Warrant Officers.
See Change 1, dated 30 January 2003, to NYARNG Regulation 611-2, Warrant Officer Mentorship Program, for mentorship guidance. This change has been placed in distribution to all NYARNG units on 1 February 2003.
Review National Guard Bureau requirements for the submission of a predetermination packet. More specific guidance concerning selected items was included, with the addition of a Security Clearance Verification Statement. Please use the revised Checklist for all future submissions. The checklist has been added to NYARNG 611-2, The Warrant Officer Management System.