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To Chief Warrant Officer
Three, Four & FiveConvenes: 10-MAY-16
MILPER 16-065, 16-066
To Lieutenant Colonel
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We thank you for your service and dedication to your unit and the Army Reserve. The Army Reserve is continuously changing, this includes shaping the forces through career progression.
Career progression is important and it is your responsibility to ensure you meet the standards to maintain your career as an officer in the United States Army Reserve.
This site along with Career Management Officers are available to support you in taking the correct steps in your career development and provide readily available information.
Career Management Officers are able to provide information, in conjunction with your chain of command to make your career a success.
Contact an Army Reserve Career Management Officer (CMO) to review your career path and discuss the future of your military career and for additional information.
If you are interested in becoming a warrant officer or officer with the Army Reserve send an email to our special missions team at email@example.com
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CMO on AKO CAC Required
DA PAM 600.3 DA PAM 600.3 Commissioned Officer Professional Development and Career Management
Find a Unit link Army Reserve Web site
Officer Professional Development Model. Career Map Log into ATIA with CAC or AKO credentials, select PDM/Career Tab – then follow drop down menu prompts.
Position Vacancies Must use Email CAC Certification to log in)
Promotions/Boards Frequently Asked Questions HRC Website: Promotions/Boards Frequently Asked Questions
Need a DA Photo? VIOS Login Required Log in with AKO credentials
HRC My Record Portal Access your official military records and other useful tools online
Tour Of Duty. Post, find & volunteer for Active Duty tours
Career Management Forums (CMF) are briefings lasting approximately 1 hour followed by a question and answer session.
CMF educate TPU officers on the purpose of the Career Management Office, promotion board process, military and civilian education requirements and the overall keys to career success in the Army Reserve.
Contact your CMO
progressing your career by attending a forum in your area.
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