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Eagle Rising Award for Warrant Officers

Purpose

This award was established to annually recognize the achievements and dedicated service of Army National Guard Warrant Officers who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, technical skills, and professionalism in their services to country and community. This is the latest addition to the NGAUS Awards Program. This award was first presented in 2011.

Eligibility

Nominees must be Warrant Officers (WO1-CW3) serving in the Army National Guard during the award period for which the award is given. Nominees must be members of both NGAUS and their state associations.

Criteria

Whole-career information will be submitted and evaluated to include: accomplishments in duty assignments; career progression, training, and professional development activities; community service demonstrating leadership or exemplary character; military and civilian education; awards and decorations; experience and achievements; leadership qualities and character.

Nomination and Selection Procedures

Recommended endorsements from unit commander, battalion, group, or brigade commander and state Adjutant General. An individual may not receive more than one award. More than one award may be given in a calendar year. Each state or territory may submit no more than one nomination each year.

Sample Nomination Submission

Eagle Rising Award for Warrant Officers Sample