Warrant Officer Prerequisites and Duty Description

140A - Command and Control Systems Integrator



Supervises, coordinates, plans, and manages joint tactical data link (TDL) operations, maintenance, and training associated with Air Defense systems to include (but not limited to):

  • Forward Area Air Defense Command, Control, and Intelligence (FAAD C2I)
  • Counter-Rocket, Artillery, and Mortar Command and Control (CRAM C2) systems
  • Patriot Tactical Command Systems (TCS)
  • Patriot Information Coordination Centrals (ICC)
  • Patriot Battery Command Post (BCP)
  • Air and Missile Defense Planning Control Systems (AMDPCS)
  • Air Defense and Airspace Management (ADAM) Cells
  • Theater Missile-Warning Detachments (TMWD)
  • Forward Based Radar Sensor Management Cells (FBM SMC)


The Command and Control Systems Technician advises Commanders on the Joint TDL implementation, employment, capabilities, and configuration management for all Air Defense systems. You train Soldiers and Officers on the necessary tasks of employing TDL capabilities and software configuration that best supports Army Air Defense operations. Analyzes and interprets data employed in the joint TDL architecture for a joint theater to support immature or sustained operations with the Air Defense assets on hand, and when necessary, serve as Detachment Commander. Serves as the Unit Interface Control Officer (ICO) and may serve as the Joint Interface Control Officer (JICO), Regional Interface Control Officer (RICO), Sector Regional Interface Control Officer (SICO), or Joint Interface Control Cell (JICC) Watch Officer. The 140A coordinates with the JICO to conduct Multi-TDL Network (MTN) planning and execution, to include track data management, TDL operations, and TDL maintenance. You can serve in other nominative positions army wide with duties as instructors, career managers, or staff positions in directorates.


  • Must have a GT Score = 110 or higher (IAW AR 135-100)
  • Must be a SGT (E-5) or higher


    Minimum prerequisites specified below:

  • Have three years of field experience in one of the following MOSs 14E/G/H/P/S/T, 15P (ADAM Cell Experience), 15Q, 25B, 25U, and 29E.
  • Three years documented experience with Data Links, UNIX/Linux, computer repair, or tactical communication.
  • For COMPO 2 (ARNG), feeder MOS' include 25B, 25P, 25Q, 25F, 25N, 25C, 25S, 25T, 25U, 25W and 29E.
    • These positions are not field experience: Recruiter, Drill Sergeant and other non-technical duties.
  • Sister Service Noncommissioned Officers is welcomed to apply.
    • USAF: (AFSC: 1C3XX, 1C5XX); USN (Rating: IT, YN, and CTM); USMC (Job Code: 06XX)
  • Successfully complete a minimum of two (2) years in a leadership position (NCOERS).
  • Submit copies of ALL NCOERs.
  • The majority of NCOERs must reflect outstanding and exceptional duty performance from the Rater and Senior Rater.
  • NCOERs must state the competency and ability to lead and perform at a higher level in stressful and demanding environments.
  • TABE - Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE), Complete Battery, Level A. 11/12
    • Applicant must score a total battery of 12.0 or higher.
    • Applicants exempted from taking the TABE must have a completed Associate’s Degree (or higher) or GT Score = 118 (or higher) 
  • Physical profile of not less than (PULHES) 111211
  • Be fully deployable and able to meet all physical requirements IAW AR 40-501
  • Take and pass an APFT IAW FM 7-22 & AR 350-1 (***ETP waiver)
  • Must pass the height & weight standards IAW AR 600-9.
  • Successfully complete the new course is J3OP-US1380, Introduction to Joint Multi-TDL Network (MTN) Operations JT-101 (20 hrs.).
  • Written recommendation from a senior warrant officer CW3 - CW5 who holds MOS 140A.
  • Please contact the proponent POCs below for any questions regarding qualifications. Address all other inquiries to your Regional Warrant Officer Recruiter.


POC: CW4 Jonathon L. Boone
ADA Proponent Warrant Officer (ATSA_ADA) 
Office, Chief of Air Defense Artillery (OCADA)
Fires Center of Excellence
DSN: 495-0493
COMM: (580) 558-0493



POC: CW5 Eric Maule
ADA Chief Warrant Officer of the Branch (CWOB) 
Fires Center of Excellence
DSN: 495-0837
COMM: (580) 558-0837



ARNG POC: CW5 Earnest E. Metcalf
SR FA WO Advisor, ARNG
Fires Center of Excellence
455 McNair Ave, Fort Sill, OK 73503-9016
Office: 580-442-2821 

BlackBerry: 580-919-6391