Warrant Officer Program

The Army National Guard Warrant Officer Program offers you the opportunity to take your military specialty to a whole new level. As a Warrant Officer in the Army National Guard, you will focus on the kind of challenging technical and tactical specialties needed to manage today's most advanced battlefield systems.
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Specialty Branch

The National Guard offers direct commissions in Army Medical Department (AMEDD) Officer Branches to highly qualified medical professionals who have acquired special skills through education and employment experience.

Opportunities exist for Physicians, Physician Assistants, Dentists, Nurses, and persons who desire a career in medical administrative, logistical, and operational positions. Additional opportunities exist with The Judge Advocate General Corps and Chaplains Corps.

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CW3 Daniel Eagan, Specialty Branch Officer Strength Manager, 573-659-1634
SFC Jeff Owens, Specialty Branch NCO, 573-659-1600 x31525

New Challenges Await

Officer Candidate School

90 hours of college credit is your first step toward becoming an officer in the Army National Guard. The State Officer Candidate School (OCS) is a four-phase, 16-month course, that will lead you to the corps of the commissioned officer.
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ROTC

For the College Bound National Guard soldier Army ROTC offers a path to the officer corps. This four-year program consists of a two-year Basic Course and a two-year Advanced Course. During the Advanced Course, you may serve in the Army Guard through the Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP), where you'll receive a regular paycheck, credit toward retirement, and you'll gain valuable on-the-job leadership skills.
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Early Commission Program

Join the Missouri Army National Guard as early as your junior year of high school. Attend Basic Training during the summer between your junior and senior year, or the summer of your senior year. Attend Advanced Individual Training after graduating from high school.

While attending the Military Junior College of your choice, earn up to $1,200 per month through the Simultaneous Membership and Early Commissioning Programs. Upon completion of the Early Commissioning Program after just two years, commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Missouri Army National Guard!

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