A Warrant Officer Corps in Transition

Prewitt-Diaz, James J.
October 2004
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct-Dec2004, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p4
Provides information on the Army Training and Leader Development Panel (ATLDP) Warrant Officer (WO) Study that set forth initiatives to improve WO training, resourcing and leadership. Role of warrant officers in military intelligence operations; Importance of awareness among warrant officers on changes within the Warrant Officer Corps; ATLDP definition of a Future Force warrant Officer; Opportunities provided by the training to WO.


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