Become a Warrant Officer
The rewards of being a Warrant Officer in the Army National Guard are more than tangible benefits.
- You will be a leader.
- People will look up to you and put their trust in you.
- You will know that you are doing something for a higher purpose – serving the people of your country and community in times of need.
Give the Wyoming Army National Guard as little as a few days a month and a couple of weeks a year. For more information on the selection process for Warrant Officers,
Warrant Officers are Soldiers, officers and technical experts rolled into one. You'll take your military job to the next level and train others in the process. From highly skilled pilots to military intelligence, Warrant Officers' continue to hone their skills within their specific career field, including Human Resources, Information Technology, Aviation, Intelligence, Field Artillery, Electronics, Maintenance and Logistics.
Integrate emerging technology into the Guard's systems, hone leadership skills, instruct others in your field, and advise your superiors in matters affecting your specialty. Ultimately, as a warrant officer, you’ll enhance the Guard’s ability to serve your community and country.
When it comes to distinguished service, the Warrant Officer’s world is one of a kind.
Contact your Army National Guard recruiter to start your Warrant Officer Flight Packet. This will consist of you taking the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), the Alternate Flight Aptitude Screening Test (AFAST), and the Class 1A Flight physical. You must be at least 18 and not have reached your 29-1/2 birthday at the time of selection. Age waivers above the age of 29-1/2 may be Authorized.
You must achieve a score of 50 or higher on the ASVAB test while achieving a GT score of 110 or higher. You must score 90 or higher on the AFAST test.