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State Chief Warrant Officer – Idaho National Guard


Chief Warrant Officer 5 Michelle Hartley


COMMISSIONING SOURCE:  

Warrant Officer Candidate School, Warrant Officer Career College – Fort Rucker, Alabama 2001

Professional Military Education:

NCOES:

1992     Primary Leadership Development – Fort Lewis, Washington

1995       Basic Non Commissioned Officer School – Fort Lee, Virginia

1999       Advanced Non Commissioned Officer School – Fort Lee, Virginia

WOES:

2002         Warrant Officer Basic Course – Fort Lee, Virginia

2007         Warrant Officer Advanced Course – Fort Lee, Virginia

2011         Warrant Officer Staff Course – Fort Rucker, Alabama

2017         Warrant Officer Senior Service Education – Fort Rucker, Alabama

MILITARY SCHOOLS ATTENDED:

1982 Basic Combat Training, Fort Jackson, South Carolina
1982 Advanced Individual Training, O5C Radio Tele-type Operator, Fort Gordon, Georgia
1990 Material Storage and Handling specialist, 76V Gowen Field, Idaho
1991 Equipment Record and Parts specialist, 76C Gowen Field, Idaho
1994 Battle Focused Instructor Course, Gowen Field, Idaho
1996 Small Group Instructor Training, Gowen Field, Idaho
1994 Unit / Battalion Supply NCO, Professional Education Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
2007 Training Advising, Counseling (TAC) Officer, Fort Rucker, Alabama
2009 International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Certification, Army Material Command
2009 Cultural Awareness Training Course, Fort Huachuca, Arizona
2010 Tactics Certification Course (Platoon Trainer) Fort Meade, South Dakota
2011 Knowledge Management Process Integrator, Knowledge Management Institute
2013 Master Resilience Trainer Course, Fort Custer, Michigan
2013 National Guard Fiscal Law Course, Gowen Field, Idaho
2014 Intermediate Facilitation Skills Course, Fort Lee, Virginia
2018 Command Chief Warrant Officer Orientation Course

FOREIGN LANGUAGE(S):

None

EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION:

Warrant Officer One, 18 May 2001
Warrant Officer Two, 18 May 2003
Warrant Officer Three, 19 September 2007
Warrant Officer Four, 23 October 2012
Warrant Officer Five, Projected May 2018

ASSIGNMENTS:

  1. July 1989 – April 1992 Supply Sergeant and Maintenance Clerk 116th Heavy Maintenance Company, Mountain Home, Idaho
  2. April 1992 – February 1995 Supply Sergeant Det 1 Bravo Company, 145th Support Battalion, Gowen Field, Idaho
  3. February 1995 – February 1997, Senior TAC NCO and Supply Sergeant Idaho Military Academy, Gowen Field, Idaho
  4. February 1997 – May 2001, Material Management Supervisor, Bravo Company, 145th Support Battalion Gowen Field, Idaho
  5. May 2001 – May 2006 Accountable Officer, Bravo Company 145th Support Battalion, Gowen Field, Idaho
  6. May 2006 – April 2007 Accountable Officer, Alpha Company 145th Support Battalion, Gowen Field, Idaho
  7. April 2007 – September 2011 TAC Officer 2/204th Modular Training Battalion and Accountable Officer, Joint Force Headquarters Gowen Field, Idaho
  8. September 2011- November 2014 Warrant Officer Course Manager and TAC Officer Regional Training Institute, Gowen Field, Idaho
  9. November 2014 – October 2017 Director, Central Property Book Office Joint force Headquarters, Gowen Field, Idaho
  10. October 2017 – Present, Command Chief Warrant Officer – Idaho National Guard, Gowen Field, Idaho

SUMMARY OF JOINT ASSIGNMENTS:

None

SUMMARY OF OPERATIONAL ASSIGNMENTS:

September 1990 – October 1990 Equipment Maintenance Europe – Kaiserslautern, Germany
March 2002 – April 2002 V Corps Army War fighter, Grafenwoer, Germany
June 2004 – November 2005 Operation Iraqi Freedom III, Kirkuk, Iraq

AWARDS AND DECORATIONS:

Bronze Star Medal for Service
Meritorious Service Medal (with 2 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters)
Army Commendation Medal (with 4 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters)
Army Achievement Medal (with 1 Silver and 2 Bronze Oak Leaf Clusters)
Army Good Conduct Medal (with 3 knots)
Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal (with 1 Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster)
National Defense Service Medal (with 1 Bronze Star)
Humanitarian Service Medal
Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal (with 1 Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster)
Armed Forces Reserve Medal (with “M” Device and Silver Hourglass)
Meritorious Unit Commendation
Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (with number 3)
Army Service Ribbon
Overseas Service Ribbon
Army Reserve Overseas Tour (with number 2)
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Iraqi Campaign Medal (with 1 Campaign Star)
Indiana Distinguished Service Medal
Idaho Service Ribbon (with 2 Silver Oak Leaf Clusters)
Governor’s Outstanding Unit Award
Idaho Re-enlistment Ribbon (with 4 Bronze oak Leaf Clusters)
Idaho Emergency Duty Ribbon

CIVILIAN OCCUPATION:

None

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS:

Member, Idaho National Guard Officer’s Association
Member, United States Army Warrant Officer Association
Member, Veterans of Foreign Wars

OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS:

2011 Member of DA G-4 Supply Excellence Award Evaluation Team
2013 and 2014 Senior TAC officer, Phase 3 RC Warrant Officer Candidate School
2015 and 2016 Commander, Phase 3 RC Warrant Officer Candidate School

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