7:27 pm - Friday October 20, 2017

FY-2014

Meeting July 2013 Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July 2013 Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July 2013 Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July 2013 Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July  Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July 2013 Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July 2013 Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July 2013 Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July 2013 Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July  Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July 2013 Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

Meeting July Tampa Bay Chapter of Warrant Officers Association

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On May 12, 1921 a distinctive insignia was approved for Army Warrant Officers.

On May 12, 1921 a distinctive insignia was approved for Army Warrant Officers.
It consisted of an eagle rising with wings displayed, adapted from the great seal of the United States.
The eagle is standing on two arrows, which symbolize the military arts and sciences.
The eagle rising is enclosed within a wreath. Warrant Officers of the Army Tank Corps were the first to wear this new insignia.
On July 9, 2004, Army Warrant Officers were integrated into the Army Officer Branches. The Eagle Rising Insignia was replaced by the Officer Branch Insignia which corresponds to the branch of the Warrant Officer’s primary military occupational specialty.

 

 

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