Reserve Component Warrant Officer Candidate School
The RC -WOCS provides an alternative means for appointment to the Warrant Officer Corps from the resident Active Component WOCS course at Fort Rucker, Alabama. It uses the same Program of Instruction (POI) and evaluation requirements as the Active Component program. It is fully accredited by the Warrant Officer Career Center (WOCC), Fort Rucker, Alabama and has their full support. The program is divided into three phases:
Phase I consists of a Distance Learning course completed by candidates no later than 15 days prior to arrival at Phase II.
Phase II consists of 5 MUTA-5 training assemblies. This phase can be conducted at Camp Atterbury IN, located 30 minutes south of Indianapolis or at one of many other state and regional Phase II sites.
Phase III consists of a 2 week Active Duty (AD) training period at Camp Atterbury culminating in appointment to WO1.
Phase I: Distance learning (enrollment is done after Federal Recognition Board)
Phase II: TBD
Phase III: TBD
Key Dates for Phase 3
Dates TBD - Candidate Arrival and Inprocessing
Dates TBD - Reception at Camp Atterbury Conference Center
Dates TBD - Graduation at Indiana War Memorial (Indanapolis)
*Families are invited to attend Reception and Graduation
Requirements for Acceptance to the WOCS Program
Must be a US Citizen, GT Score 110 or higher, High School Graduate or GED Recipient, Secret Security Clearance, Chapter 2 Physical, MUST HAVE DOCUMENTED EXPERIENCE IN A SPECIFIC FIELD FOR TECHNICAL WARRANT MOSs. For MOS specific information go to the US Army Recruiting Command website.
Last Updated August 8, 2012