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Welcome to the
U.S. Army Warrant Officers Association

Redstone Arsenal SILVER Chapter

2004, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017

USAWOA Outstanding Chapter of the Year


The Redstone Arsenal Chapter of the United States Army Warrant Officer Association 
is located in beautiful Huntsville, Alabama. 
Members include Active Duty, Army Reserve, Army National Guard, and Retired Warrant Officers all over the Tennessee Valley.
We are a non-profit, U.S. Army military organization that provides our military and local communities with assistance. 
You will see us involved in activities and projects throughout the Tennessee Valley.


"A Private Organization not a part of Redstone Arsenal or the 
Department of Defense"


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From The President



A reflection of the year...

As we bring the calendar year of 2017 to a close, here is a very small recap of what your Chapter has been doing.

While the majority of the year was enjoyable, there were some points where we suffered losses in our ranks; President Emeritus and founding member CW4 (R) Don Hess, RSA area Warrant Officers CW4 (R) Bill Bradshaw, CW4 (R) Bill Powers, CW4 (R) Lon Flurer, and Chapter Member Aniceto Bagley's wife Trudy.

This year was a busy one, highlighted at the Annual National Meeting of the Members (AMM) by the USAWOA National Board's recognition for our chapter as the best in community service with both the Community Affairs For Services To The Community and the Community Affairs For Sustaining Programs. We were again recognized as the best national Chapter for the eighth time. The Southeastern Region received the Outstanding Region award and the Overall Best Region for Recruitment and Retention. These awards are determined through your hard work and dedication.

Redstone Arsenal Warrants pride themselves on community service and their commitment is in full stride in the months prior to the New Year. The Tut Fann BBQ, the 99th Birthday of the Warrant Officer, Redstone Arsenal Ball fields clean-up, MWR's Adult Day Out, and Oktoberfest events were huge successes, while CASA wheel chair ramp construction projects continue throughout the winter and spring. Huntsville's Veteran's Day parade is one of the best in the Nation, with the best Master of Ceremonies in the Nation, assembled through the hard work and planning of many. Redstone Warrants were in full force at the Veteran's Dinner this year, providing a moving visualization of 22 Won't Do, and witnessed the local presentation of the Congressional Gold Medal to CW4 (R) Aniceto Bagley. We were there for our annual Salvation Army Holiday Bell Ringing with Santa hats at both kettles throughout the warm and sunny day filled with Christmas spirits and fun. Our annual Christmas party was again celebrated at the Weist home and brought us fully into the season with family and friends. In short, our members are a lot of fun to be around! You can find these and other activities at the top of this page, click on the menu item "Calendar". We are starting to fill the calendar for 2018 with Chapter and community events and hope to see you often; it is what distinguishes your Chapter from the rest.

For all of our visitors to the Redstone Warrants home page, I hope you find what we do inspiring for you and your organization. Members, if you have comments or suggestions please email or better yet, come to one of our meetings at the Installation Bowling Alley (off of Patton Road) on Redstone Arsenal, second Wednesday of the month, at 1130; love to have you there. As always, your participation makes this Chapter great and I am thankful for your efforts.


                                                                                                                                Gary W . Mayers

                                                                                                                                Chapter President