Although not as many as the Enlisted or Commissioned personnel, Warrant Officers are vital to the New United Nations Armed Forces. Unlike Warrant Officers in the past, the NUN Warrant Officer rank structure is a sub-branch of the Commissioned Rank Structure below O-1.
Many enlisted men consider it a better chance to become a Lieutenant than Officer Training School. Any enlisted can apply to become Warrant Officers. The minimum requirements are either 2 years as an NCO(E-3 or above) or obligated to take 2 years college for an Associate Degree(which can be taken while serving as a Warrant Officer) and 2 years as a Warrant Officer. After 2 years, you then reach the Commissioned level O-1, but by then you'd already reached O-2 if you took Officer Training School and would still have to complete 4 years college.
Like any other Commissioned Officer, they can lead troops, drive tanks, and of course, fly aircraft from choppers to jet fighters.
NUN Warrant Officer Ranks
W-1 Warrant Officer
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer