Code of the United States Army Warrant Officer
Army Warrant Officers shall conscientiously strive to:
W illingly render loyal services to superiors, subordinates and peers in every organization of which a member.
A lways set an example in conduct, appearance and performance.
R eliably discharge all duties with which confronted whether such duties are expressed or implied.
R eadily subordinate personal interests and welfare to those of the organization and subordinates.
A ccept responsibility at every opportunity and acknowledge full accountability for actions.
N ever knowingly tolerate wrong-doing by self or others, whether by commission or omission, design or neglect.
T each other people in a way that effectively expands and perpetuates the scope of their technical competence.
O btain breadth of perspective and depth of understanding beyond the limits of specific responsibilities.
F aithfully adhere to the oath of office, upholding and defending the nation's constitution by both word and deed.
F orcefully take initiative to stimulate constructive action in all areas requiring or inviting attention.
I mprove physically and mentally, professionally and personally to increase abilities and value of service.
C ontribute past experience and knowledge to a dedicated effort for a betterment of the future.
E arn an ironclad reputation for absolute integrity of word.
R eflect credit and inspire confidence in themselves, the Warrant Officer Corps, the military service of the nation and the United States of America.
Promulgated by the United States Army Warrant Officers Association,
this code presents principles for personal and professional conduct.
Taking Warrant Officers to The Next Level
How do we keep the best part of the Warrant Officer Cohort alive in the modern Army while protecting the benefits and standards of professionalism that our Warrant Officers and their families deserve?
Develop an organization that represents ALL Army Warrant Officers to bring issues affecting their profession and livelihood to Capitol Hill.
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