SECTION VII - SUMMARY
Write a paragraph or two explaining why you are fully qualified to perform the duties of a warrant officer in your skill. This is a very important part of the resume. Make this a call to action, but do so without turning off the reader. Include all of your significant accomplishments/achievements (below-the-zone promotions, impact awards, noteworthy distinctions, deployments, challenging assignments, unique skills in MOS, standards exceeded on a significant inspection/evaluation, etc). mentioned earlier and explain how you are exceptionally qualified and have the leadership, management and technical skills needed to become a WO Answer this question: What have you done or accomplished that sets you apart from your peers? (Additionally, aviator applicants should include why they want to be an Aviator.)
RESUMES WILL NOT BE PROCESSED WITHOUT THE APPLICANT'S SIGNATURE & DATE.
Other notes: No other resume formats are acceptable beyond USAREC Form 1935. Therefore, do not go through a big expense by having external parities professionally prepare your resume. Simply follow the aforementioned guidelines and prepare the form yourself. If you are non-Army, the resume takes on increased importance in conveying your qualifications to become an Army Warrant Officer. PureEdge Form package may be utilized by visiting any Army Recruiting Station; USAREC forms may be obtain at http://www.usarec.army.mil/im/formpub/Forms.htm.
SECTION VIII - SIGNATURE
1. NAME (Last, first, middle initial) :
4. DATE (YYYYMMDD):
SAMPLE, Joe E.
HQ USAREC Form 1935, Rev 1 Dec 2008
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