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United States Army Warrant Officer Association

National Awards Program

Award Categories:

The following is the general eligibility criteria for each type of award:

Objectives:

The objectives of the USAWOA Awards Program is to provide the following:

  • Foster morale, incentive, esprit de corps and recognition to members and non-members.
  • Formal program by which the National Board of Directors, Regions and Chapters can recognize outstanding performance or service by individuals and chapters.
  • Recognize the dedication, service and professionalism of members and non-members who have contributed to the goals of the USAWOA. Service is for the United States Army, the United States Army Warrant Officer Cohort, the USAWOA, and/or the surrounding military communities.

Award Eligibility:

The following is the general eligibility criteria for each type of award:

  • Individual Member Awards - Eligibility for this type of award requires the member be in good standing. A member in good standing is defined as any member whose dues are current and they are active participants in their chapter activities.
  • Auxiliary Member Award - Eligibility for this type of award requires the auxiliary member to be a member in good standing with a USAWOA recognized Auxiliary.
  • Non-Member Awards - Eligibility for this type of award requires that the non-member made noteworthy contributions and dedicated service to the USAWOA. Examples: Honorary and/or Associate Membership.
  • Region Awards - Eligibility for this type of award requires that the region have a minimum of three (3) active chapters. The region must and active or inactive Region. Active Regions have their own elected officials and may institute their own program.
  • Chapter Awards - Eligibility for this type of award requires the chapter to be a regular or auxiliary chapter.
  • National awards would apply to Regions and Chapters and may or may not have a winner in each category.