Advises the commander on all AMD technical considerations at all levels. The majority of NCOERs must reflect outstanding and exceptional duty performance from the Rater and Senior Rater. Phone: (800) 223-3735, USAREC SHARP 24/7 HOTLINE Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention Program SHARP Phone: (502) 626-5284. Analyze and interprets technical data employment in the communications network between Army, Marine, Navy, Air Force and Joint Tactical Air Operations. 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. Such links are provided consistent with the stated purpose of this DoD Web site.
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Appointment to Warrant Officer incurs a six-year active duty service obligation (ADSO). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org COMM: (580) 558-0837, ARNG POC: CW5 Earnest E. Metcalf Successfully complete the new course is J3OP-US1380, Introduction to Joint Multi-TDL Network (MTN) Operations JT-101 (20 hrs.). For other than authorized activities such as military exchanges and Morale, Welfare and Recreation sites, the United States Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations. Office, Chief of Air Defense Artillery (OCADA) The focus of the interviews with the SWOA and CCWO is on leadership and operational experience. Physical profile of not less than (PULHES) 111211, Be fully deployable and able to meet all physical requirements IAW AR 40-501. 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. Must pass the height & weight standards IAW AR 600-9. Meet height and weight standards IAW AR 600-9. 140L - Air and Missile Defense (AMD) Systems Technician, Warrant Officer Prerequisites and Duty Description. Callers will receive a response within two working days. Technical advisor to the commander on systems employment options and communication link architecture for Army Air Defense Command and Control Systems; analyze and interprets technical data employment in the communications network between Army, Marine, Navy, Air Force and Joint Tactical Air Operations; advises personnel on systems capability and configuration options that are assigned to Command and Control Centers, and when necessary, serves as Tactical Director; serves as the primary trainer for all assigned personnel and is charged with coordinating efforts necessary to emplace assets and adapt software which best supports Army Air Defense C2I fighting tactics, using the guidelines of Mission, Enemy, Terrain and weather, Troops and support available, Time available, and Civil considerations (METT-TC); advises the commander on available options for task force organization and assets on-hand for reconstitution; serves as data link manager, providing link prioritization and standard operation procedures for all link initialization parameters; coordinates the activities of support personnel and manages equipment and site assets for the installation, repair (by using BIT/BITE removal and replacement procedures) and integration of the Army Air Defense C2 system ancillary equipment and tools; advise, assist and train personnel on specialized test procedures, tools and technical manuals in order to identify, isolate and repair equipment failures and communication outages; establishes repair priorities based on fix or fight criteria, reconstitution and availability, or required assets; assist in the development of unit Field Standard Operating Procedures (FSOP), Tactical Standard Operating Procedures (TSOP), and internal operating procedures. Officers who hold MOS 14A, Air Defense Officer in the ranks of 1LT, 1LT (P), and CPT. SR FA WO Advisor, ARNG Successfully complete a minimum of two (2) years in a leadership position (NCOERS).
COMM: (580) 558-0493, POC: CW5 Mitchell C. Brown You will evaluate the effectiveness of battery, battalion, and brigade maintenance programs. 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. More information about these opportunities and other considerations concerning occupations related to WOMOS 140A can be found below. Physical profile of not less than (PULHES) 111211, Be fully deployable and able to meet all physical requirements IAW AR 40-501.
Duties: Supervises, coordinates, plans, and manages the operations and integration of the Joint Multi-Tactical Data Link (TDL) Architecture (MTA) associated with Army Air and Missile Defense mission command systems at both the operational and tactical level. Provide certificate of completion for GCSS-Army training by completing web based training available at. At all echelons, serves as the Army Interface Control Officer (ICO), and may operate within a Joint Interface Control Cell (JICC) in roles starting at JICC Watch Officer up to the Joint Interface Control Officer (JICO).
NCOERs must state the competency and ability to lead and perform at a higher level in stressful and demanding environments.
USAF (AFSC: 2A5XX, 2A3XX, 2A6XX); USMC (Job Code: 28XX, 59XX, 63XX); USN (Rating: 3M, ET, FC, FT). Minimum prerequisites for Noncommissioned Officers specified below: Minimum prerequisites for Regular Army Officers specified below (MILPER number: 18-102): CW3 David J. Hemingway II Written recommendation from a senior warrant officer CW3 - CW5 who holds MOS 140A.
Advises the commander on all AMD technical considerations at all levels. On behalf of the Instructional Staff I would like to welcome you to the Air Defense System Integrator (140A) Warrant Officer Basic Course located at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Office: 580-442-2821 BlackBerry: 580-919-6391, COMMANDER'S HOTLINE For your issues, concerns or good ideas.
Have three years of field experience in one of the following MOSs 14E/G/H/P/S/T, 15P (ADAM Cell Experience), 15Q (ADAM Cell Experience), 25B, 25U, and 29E. 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).
Analyze and interprets technical data employment in the communications network between Army, Marine, Navy, Air Force and Joint Tactical Air Operations. 2. No record of disciplinary action or referred evaluations while serving in the military. 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.