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I'm starting to get the WO resume Form 1935 and am noticing a lot of void in the process. I have been in the Army for 6 years, EOD Team Leader, etc. etc. etc. Is there a lot of resumes that get sent up with a bunch of blank spaces or are applicants pretty good about fluff on their resume? Or, am I just SOL?


Any advice would be helpful.

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As I was, see quote below from the bottom of USAREC Form 1935 Resume, Warrant Officer



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. Good luck!

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