Finding - Historical Documents. Army Annual Historical Summaries. Center for Military History. Federation of American Scientists. Military OneSource - Access US military records, including the stories, photos and personal documents of those who served from the Revolutionary War onward.
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Finding - Historical Documents. Army Annual Historical Summaries. Center for Military History. Federation of American Scientists.
Military OneSource - Access US military records, including the stories, photos and personal documents of those who served from the Revolutionary War onward. Haithi Trust. Other items are subscription only and can be requested through your library's interlibrary loan program. Library of Congress. Maneuver Center of Excellence Libraries. National Archives Archive. Pentagon: Obsolete Army Documents Guide.
Army Center of Military History. West Point History Atlases. Wilson Center Digital Archive. Field Manual Field Manual U. Field Manual Army Aviation July Field Manual FM Field Manual Operations Field Manual Combat Service Support Field Manual Theater Distribution Field Manual Contracting Support on the Battlefield Field Manual Army Operational Support Army Regulation Training: Army Training Army Regulation Training: Army Training w change Army Regulation Army Modernization Training Army Regulation —1 DA PAM supersedes DA PAM
Finding - Historical Documents
Warrant officers are highly specialized, single-track specialty officers who receive their authority from the Secretary of the Army upon their initial appointment. However, Title 10 U. These commissioned warrant officers are direct representatives of the President of the United States. They derive their authority from the same source as commissioned officers but remain specialists, in contrast to commissioned officers, who are generalists. Warrant officers can and do command detachments, units, activities, and vessels as well as lead, coach, train, and counsel subordinates. As leaders and technical experts, they provide valuable skills, guidance, and expertise to commanders and organizations in their particular field. Department of the Army Pamphlet , Warrant Officer Professional Development, dated 30 December , defines an Army Warrant Officer as: An officer appointed by warrant by the Secretary of the Army, based upon a sound level of technical and tactical competence.
DA PAM 600-11
United States Army Warrant Officers Association