Highly qualified candidates can apply to become Utah Army National Guard warrant officers. These specialized officers are technical and tactical experts in their field. If you have prior service, or work in an extremely technical field like computer science or information technology, the path of Warrant Officer could be for you. 


Warrant Officers make up the technical foundation of the U.S. Army. Throughout their careers, they specialize in a technical area like intelligence, aviation, or military police. Although they make up less than three percent of total Army strength, Warrant Officers have a great job responsibility that includes training Soldiers, organizing and advising on missions, and advancing within their career specialties.

After a candidate completes WOCS, he or she is appointed as a Warrant Officer (WO1). Graduates are then sent to their specific U.S. Army branches, where they receive more focused technical training in their specialties.


Do you have what it takes to become a Warrant Officer? Applicants for the Warrant Officer Candidate School and Warrant Officer Flight Training program must:

  • Have a high school diploma.
  • Be at least 18 years old at the time of enlistment and not have passed their 33rd birthday at the time of selection (for aviators) or their 46th birthday for all other specialties. Age waivers are considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • Be a citizen of the United States.
  • For WOFT Candidates only: Achieve a qualifying score on the Selection Instrument for Flight Training (SIFT). SIFT test results are valid indefinitely, as long as verifiable official records exist. No waivers are available for failure to meet the minimum SIFT score.
  • Earn a General Technical score of 110 or higher on the Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB).
  • Have at least 12 months remaining on their enlistment contract.
  • Meet the Army's screening height and weight standards and pass the standard three-event Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) not more than six months before their application packet is boarded.
  • Take a physical exam and meet entry medical fitness standards as determined by military medical authorities no more than 24 months prior to the date of application. Aviation applicants must also undergo a Class 1A Flight Physical Examination and have results approved by Flight Surgeons at Fort Rucker, Alabama, prior to the selection board. The Flight Physical must be less than 18 months old.


  • Must complete MOS training
  • Must complete appropriate Noncommissioned Officer Education System (NCOES) Leadership Courses
  • Must have documented proficiency in specialty area
  • Must meet prerequisite standards for specialty area


Feb 27th and Aug 27th EACH year is when your Flight Interview Board Packet and FEDREC Packet are due by 1600hrs.  If packet is missing anything you need to submit the following board.  Highly advisable to submit your packet 4 weeks prior for a quality control check by the WOSM that all items are good for submittal.

Approximately 3-6 weeks later the AV selection board will notify the potential candidates that they have selected for an in-person interview.

If you are selected at the in-person AV interview then you will attend the final board which is a Federal Recognition Board which is lead by the Senior Active Duty Army Advisor and 2 other Senior Warrant Officers


To begin, use a computer to download your packet by clicking a link below for a step-by-step guide. Follow the instructions found in your packet and submit the completed packet to the contact information below.

Aviation Warrant Officer

To download your Aviation Warrant Officer Packet, click here.

Warrant Officer pilots fly some of the most exciting, technologically-advanced aircraft in the world. If you have dreamed of becoming an Army helicopter pilot, fixed-wing aircraft pilot, or unmanned aerial vehicle operator, Warrant Officer Flight School is where you can earn your wings.

The road to becoming an U.S. Army pilot won’t be easy. The Warrant Officer Flight Training (WOFT) program is necessarily designed to be rigorous and stressful, as you could be responsible for the lives of your crew in a combat situation.

After candidates have completed the initial flight training course, they move on to specialized training on the Army's fleet of rotary aircraft: the UH-60 Black Hawk, the CH-47 Chinook, and the AH-64A Apache helicopters.

Technical Warrant Officer

Technical Warrant Officer Predeterminant Packet Checklist

To download your Technical Warrant Officer Packet, click here.

Technical Warrant Officers are the Army’s mechanical experts. At higher ranks, Warrant Officers are also responsible for training others.

Upon enlistment and completion of military occupational specialty (MOS) training, interested applicants may compete for in-service Warrant Officer selection. There are 43 technical Warrant Officer specialties with 13 control branches that include military intelligence, Special Forces and human resources.


Once your entire packet is complete, email to


Call 801-432-4320 or fill out the form below: