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Col. Kelly E. Hines is a native of Whitesboro, Oklahoma, and received his commission through the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at East Central University, Ada, Oklahoma. Hines began his military service as... More
Deputy Commandant, USAWOCC
Chief Warrant Officer Five John D. Howze enlisted in the United States Army as a private in 1987 and served as a Heavy Tracked/Wheeled Vehicle Maintainer (63H) until 1996 performing duties of mechanic, shop foreman, team chief, maintenance inspector... More
The mission of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Career College is to educate and train warrant officers to solve problems using Mission Command while applying their technical expertise in support of leaders on tactical, operations, and strategic level staffs during operations in complex and uncertain operational environments; serve as the focal point for U.S. Army warrant officer professional and leader development matters; and execute duties as the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s executive agent for warrant officer professional military education and warrant officer initial military training (Active and Reserve).
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