FQ-S individuals usually receive orders to attend the Warrant Officer Candidate School approximately four to six months after their selection; these individuals must have a current qualified appointment physical (with no disqualifying medical condition IAW AR 40-501) and security clearance verification when they report to Fort Rucker for WOCS.
Note that some Distributive Learning is required prior to WOCS attendance.
After successful completion of WOCS, the newly (though conditionally) appointed WO1 will be welcomed to Fort Gordon, Ga.
We ask that Soldiers be patient for 60 to 90 days to allow us to get schedules for WOCS and WOBC completed.
While WOCS has adjusted and evolved through the years, 2006 marked another such notable year in its development.
The focus of the WOCS has gone through significant changes.
As outlined on the Warrant Officer Career College website, the current WOCS focus emphasizes officer roles and responsibilities more, and individual activities less.
High quality NCOs may submit waiver requests for a P-2 profile which prohibits them from completing a standard Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) without alternate events and therefore, who today, cannot attend the WOCS
The WOCS product was first recognized in April 1999 as the first software ever being able to defeat the CIH virus.
WOCS is currently being used by companies, private persons and authorities.