The Army is offering a $60,000 bonus for warrant officers in the air defense branch

That could buy so many Rip Its.

The Army is offering a $60,000 bonus for warrant officers in the air defense branch

The Army is offering a nice chunk of change for new warrant officers as it works to fill out its air defense artillery branch.

  • According to an Army press release, the $60,000 bonus the service is offering is up for grabs for soldiers, as well as sailors and airmen in other services.
  • Every year, the Army needs 68 new ADA warrant officers, the release says. Only two of the three specialities for ADA warrant officers are offering the bonus — air and missile defense technician, and air and missile defense systems technician.
  • Currently, the ADA warrant branch is only six percent women, which the Army is looking to improve, Army Chief Warrant Officer 4 Jonathon Boone, the ADA Proponent warrant officer, said in the press release.
Haley Britzky

Haley Britzkyis the Army reporter for Task & Purpose, covering the daily happenings in the Army and how they impact soldiers and their families, as well as broader national security issues. Originally from Texas, Haley previously worked at Axios before joining Task & Purpose in January 2019. Contact the author here.

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