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Governor Mead proclaims July as Month of the Army Warrant Officer

 

Wyoming Army National Guard photo by Sgt 1st Class Jimmy McGuire

Wyoming Army National Guard's Command Chief Warrant Officer Richard Burger presents his coin to Gov. Matt Mead following a June 28 ceremony at the governor's office in Cheyenne. Mead named July, 2018 "the month of the Army Warrant Officer in Wyoming," to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Corps.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. - Governor Matt Mead named July, 2018 "The Month of the Army Warrant Officer in Wyoming," to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Corps.

In attendance, at Mead's office in Cheyenne, June 28 for the proclamation signing, were Wyoming Army National Guard's Command Chief Warrant Officer Richard Burger, the Army Guard's first CCW, Bob Holmes, a couple of warrant officer candidates, among others.

Mead asked Brig. Gen. Greg Porter, Wyoming National Guard director of joint staff, to share some history of the distinguished rank of technical experts that...



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