This new History of Warrant Officers centers around the history of the Army Warrant Officer from July 1918, the official Birthday of the Corps, and progress through the many changes and duties that the Warrant Officer has gone through up to September 2005 with the insignia changes and integration of the Army Warrant Officers into the various Army branches. We honor our fallen Warrant Officers since that fateful day of 9-11-2001 with a Memorial Listing of their names. The book also details the Warrant Officer Programs of the other U.S. uniformed services, histories of the various Warrant Officer Associations, Clubs, and Foundations including WOA U.S. Army, CWOA USCG, WOA of the U.S.A., C.H.A.N.W.O.S., USAWOA, USMC WO Association, USAWOA Scholarship Foundation, and WO Heritage Foundation. Included also are pictures and biographies and/or citations for WO Medal of Honor Winners, some selected WO of historical significant, and the Army's first and only WO Astronaut. The back section of the book features pictures and short biographies submitted by Warrant Officers for publication.Jr. started a four-year odyssey of meetings and correspondence with the Commandant. ... 1 he Association also developed a Code for Coast Guard Chief Warrant Officers, based on the Army Warrant Officer Code, and now ... on all U.S. Navy ships, monies for property maintenance, financial assistance for militarv spouses, along with other measures. ... Randy Cornell 29(11-2092 Frank Gibson 2002-2003 Mike Maher 2003-2005 Darryl A. Ransom 2005-2006 More information on theanbsp;...
|Author||:||David R. Welsh|
|Publisher||:||Turner Publishing Company - 2006-01-01|