Warrant Officer Prerequisites and Duty Description

 

140L - Air and Missile Defense (AMD) Systems Technician

 

Duties:

The Air and Missile Defense (AMD) Systems Technician serves as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) on the employment and operations for the Air & Missile Defense (AMD) systems as an AMD System Support Technician. Plans and supervises the maintenance and logistical requirements/activities within an AMD unit. Monitors the AMD system and related support equipment to prevent, detect, diagnose, or repair operator error and/or system malfunctions. Serves to coach, teach, mentor and evaluate Soldiers in AMD system on maintenance procedures. You will evaluate the effectiveness of battery, battalion, and brigade maintenance programs. Manages the use and care of special tools and support equipment, oversees the utilization of The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS). Monitors and coordinates the installation of modifications to the AMD system. An Air and Missile Defense (AMD) Systems Technician implements proper safety and security procedures applicable to the operation and maintenance support of the AMD system. Advises the commander on all AMD technical considerations at all levels.

 

Non-Waiverable:

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

     

    Minimum prerequisites for Noncommissioned Officers specified below:

  • Three years of field experience in one of the following MOSs 14E/G/H/P/T, 91D/G/M, 94M/S
    • These positions are not field experience: Recruiter, Drill Sergeant and other non-technical duties
  • Sister Service Noncommissioned Officers is welcomed to apply.
    • USAF (AFSC: 2A5XX, 2A3XX, 2A6XX); USMC (Job Code: 28XX, 59XX, 63XX); USN (Rating: 3M, ET, FT)
  • 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 meet the height & weight standards IAW AR 600-9.
  • Provide certificate of completion for GCSS-Army training by completing web based training available at http://gcss.army.mil/Training/GTRAC.aspx
  • Course Enrollment Instructions:
    • GCSS-Army website at http://gcss.army.mil
      • Select “Training for Record” from the pull down menu on the training tab located on the left.
      • Click the “Click to Enter” Icon on the GTRAC page.
      • Enter user name and password or register for an account.
      • Select Web Based Training
      • Complete the Common Core modules and submit the certificates with your application.
  • Written recommendation from a senior warrant officer CW3 - CW5 who holds PMOS 140L or PMOS 140K with SMOS140L.
  • Please contact the proponent POCs below for any questions regarding qualifications. Address all other inquiries to your Regional Warrant Officer Recruiter.

 

Minimum prerequisites for Regular Army Officers specified below (MILPER number:  18-102):

  • Officers who hold MOS 14A, Air Defense Officer in the ranks of 1LT, 1LT (P), and CPT.
  • Officers who hold MOS 91A, Ordnance Officer in the ranks of 1LT, 1LT (P), and CPT.
  • Eligibility requirements:
    • U.S. Citizenship
    • Minimum of a Baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution
    • A Regular Army Officer applying to be recommissioned as a Warrant Officer does not need to take the ASVAB (IAW AR 135-100, para 1-6c (2)).
    • Have between 4 and 12 years of active federal service (**ETP waiver)
  • Take and pass an APFT IAW FM 7-22 & AR 350-1 (**ETP waiver)
  • Meet height and weight standards IAW AR 600-9.
  • Capable to deploy worldwide.
  • Possess a sustained and demonstrated level of leadership competency supported by rater and senior rater comments on all officer evaluation reports (OER).
  • No record of disciplinary action or referred evaluations while serving in the military.
  • Provide certificate of completion for GCSS-Army training by completing web based training available at http://gcss.army.mil/Training/GTRAC.aspx
  • Course Enrollment Instructions:
    • GCSS-Army website at http://gcss.army.mil
    • Select “Training for Record” from the pull down menu on the training tab located on the left.
    • Click the “Click to Enter” Icon on the GTRAC page.
    • Enter user name and password or register for an account.
    • Select Web Based Training
    • Complete the following modules and submit the certificates with your application
  • Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria outlined above must contact their:
    • Brigade Senior Warrant Officer Advisor (SWOA) to access the application to complete the forms and an interview with Command Chief Warrant Officer (CCWO).
    • The focus of the interviews with the SWOA and CCWO is on leadership and operational experience.
  • DD Form 2807-1 (Report of Medical History)
  • DD form 2808 (Report of Medical Examination)
  • Current Officer Record Brief / Soldier Record Brief
  • Current DA Photo
  • DA Form 705 (APFT Scorecard) and DA Form 5500/1 (BF Worksheet; if necessary)
  • Letters of recommendation from current Battalion and Brigade Commander (HQ USAREC Form 3.3, APR 2014).
  • Selected officers must complete requirements associated with obtaining constructive credit for the Warrant Officer Candidate School (WOCS) and/or their Unqualified Resignation (UQR). 
    • Once requirements are obtained, WOCS is waived
    • Appointment to Warrant Officer incurs a six-year active duty service obligation (ADSO).
  • When a newly incurred ADSO is to be served concurrently with an existing ADSO, the obligated period will be equal to the length of the longest remaining obligation IAW 350-100.
  • An officer who fails to complete the, 140L - Air and Missile Defense (AMD) Systems Technician WOBC, may be processed for a discharge IAW AR 600-8-24.
  • Former commissioned officers are not authorized saved pay and allowance for transition to Warrant Officer; will not have the promotion timeline of a Noncommissioned Officer.
  • Please contact the proponent POCs below for any questions regarding qualifications. Address all other inquiries to your Regional Warrant Officer  Recruiter.

 

Desired prerequisites:

  • Enlisted:  served a minimum of 2 years as a Systems Maintenance NCOIC.
  • Enlisted: served as the Battalion Readiness Center NCOIC
  • Enlisted:  successful completion of the Patriot Master Gunner Course (T4 ASI).
  • Officer:  served as a Maintenance Officer.

 

POC: CW4 Jonathon L. Boone
ADA Proponent Warrant Officer (ATSA_ADA) 
Office, Chief of Air Defense Artillery (OCADA)
Fires Center of Excellence
Email: 
jonathon.l.boone.mil@mail.mil
DSN: 495-0493 

COMM: (580) 558-0493
 

 

POC: CW5 Eric Maule
ADA Chief Warrant Officer of the Branch (CWOB) 
Fires Center of Excellence
Email: 
eric.d.maule2.mil@mail.mil 
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
Email: 
earnest.e.metcalf.mil@mail.mil
Office: 580-442-2821 

BlackBerry: 580-919-6391