42 episodes

The Warrant Officer Historical Foundation wants to preserve history and educate both our military and general public audiences by sharing insight and stories from currently serving and recently retired senior Army Warrant Officers. This season will focus on leadership, talent management, development, and education as viewed by senior Army Warrant Officers serving in leadership roles. The Eagle has risen.

COHORT W Dr. Leonard S. Momeny (Originally created by Dr. Russell J. Houser)

    • Government
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The Warrant Officer Historical Foundation wants to preserve history and educate both our military and general public audiences by sharing insight and stories from currently serving and recently retired senior Army Warrant Officers. This season will focus on leadership, talent management, development, and education as viewed by senior Army Warrant Officers serving in leadership roles. The Eagle has risen.

    CW5 Jeffery Caniglia, Army National Guard

    CW5 Jeffery Caniglia, Army National Guard

    Episode 15 features a discussion with CW5 Jeffery Caniglia (Nebraska National Guard), the current Army National Guard Deputy Commandant of the US Army Warrant Officer Career College. Jeff shares just a glimpse into his career which has spanned over three decades in Aviation, providing tremendous insight into some of the differences between Active Duty and National Guard Warrant Officers. CW5 Caniglia then spends time discussing the work being done across National Guard Regional Training Institutes, or RTIs. Finally, CW5 Caniglia shares the importance of communication to the future success of any Army Warrant Officer. Theme music (intro and outtro) composed by SFC(R) Joshua DiStefano. https://joshdistefano.com/

    Please visit warrantofficerhistory.org to learn more about how you can help support the Warrant Officer Historical Foundation and programs like this.

    Ceremonial music is provided by https://www.usarmyband.com/ceremonial-music-guide
    Total Episode length: 23:45

    • 23 min
    CW5 Paul Sankey, CCWO of the Cyber COE

    CW5 Paul Sankey, CCWO of the Cyber COE

    Episode 14 features a discussion with CW5 Paul Sankey, the current Chief Warrant Officer of the Cyber Center of Excellence. Paul spends time explaining his unique position and coordinating activities among both the Cyber and Signal branches. CW5 Sankey spends time discussing accessions, talent management, and retention in one of the most high-demand fields available to any Soldier. Finally, CW5 Sankey provides tremendous insight into the necessary development of any young Warrant Officer looking to climb the ranks of the cohort. Theme music (intro and outtro) composed by SFC(R) Joshua DiStefano. https://joshdistefano.com/

    Please visit warrantofficerhistory.org to learn more about how you can help support the Warrant Officer Historical Foundation and programs like this.

    Ceremonial music is provided by https://www.usarmyband.com/ceremonial-music-guide
    Total Episode length: 22:25

    • 22 min
    CW5 Tammy Richmond - JAG Corps

    CW5 Tammy Richmond - JAG Corps

    Episode 13 features a discussion with CW5 Tammy Richmond, the current Chief Warrant Officer of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, or CWOC. Tammy has recently moved from serving as the Command Chief Warrant Officer of the Legal Center and School into the halls of the Pentagon. In this episode, CW5 Richmond discusses her experiences as both a senior JAG Warrant Officer and a dedicated Army leader. She speaks on the continuing role of the JAG in the face of modern warfare and the importance of individual development and authentic leadership. It is clear that the JAG Corps is in excellent hands! Theme music (intro and outtro) composed by SFC(R) Joshua DiStefano. https://joshdistefano.com/

    Please visit warrantofficerhistory.org to learn more about how you can help support the Warrant Officer Historical Foundation and programs like this.

    Ceremonial music is provided by https://www.usarmyband.com/ceremonial-music-guide
    Total Episode length: 20:35
     

    • 20 min
    CW5 (ret.) Jim Steddum, Warrant Officer Career College and Continued Service

    CW5 (ret.) Jim Steddum, Warrant Officer Career College and Continued Service

    Episode 12 features a discussion with CW5 (ret.) James (Jim) Steddum, a former Chief Warrant Officer of the JAG Corps. Jim has recently retired from active duty, beginning both a new career as a Department of Army Civilian instructing at the Warrant Officer Career College and continuing to volunteer with the local VFW and USAWOA chapters. In this episode, CW5 (ret.) Steddum discusses experiences as both a JAG Warrant Officer and a dedicated selfless servant. He then spends some time talking about the joys of teaching and the necessity of serving others, before finally sharing sage leadership advice that is sure to stand the test of time. Theme music (intro and outtro) composed by SFC(R) Joshua DiStefano. https://joshdistefano.com/

    Please visit warrantofficerhistory.org to learn more about how you can help support the Warrant Officer Historical Foundation and programs like this.

    Ceremonial music is provided by https://www.usarmyband.com/ceremonial-music-guide
    Total Episode length: 25:37

    • 25 min
    CW5 Deanna Hughes, Medical Center of Excellence

    CW5 Deanna Hughes, Medical Center of Excellence

    Episode 11 features a discussion with CW5 Deanna Hughes, Command Chief Warrant Officer of the US Army Medical Center of Excellence. In this episode, CW5 Hughes discusses her practical work as the Command Chief Warrant Officer of the Medical Center of Excellence, providing insight into the leadership and experience of the first female to hold the position. Finally, CW5 Hughes speaks to the need for junior leaders to pursue excellence through self-analysis and accountability. Theme music (intro and outtro) composed by SFC(R) Joshua DiStefano. https://joshdistefano.com/

    Please visit warrantofficerhistory.org to learn more about how you can help support the Warrant Officer Historical Foundation and programs like this.

    Ceremonial music is provided by https://www.usarmyband.com/ceremonial-music-guide
    Total Episode length: 23:40

    • 23 min
    CW5 Patrick Nelligan

    CW5 Patrick Nelligan

    Episode 10 features a discussion with CW5 Patrick Nelligan, Command Chief Warrant Officer of the US Army Reserve. In this episode, CW5 Nelligan discusses his practical work as the   Command Chief Warrant Officer of the Army Reserve, providing solid mentorship on various leadership concerns facing the cohort. Finally, CW5 Nelligan speaks to the valuable need for active leadership and communication among all Warrant Officers. Theme music (intro and outtro) composed by SFC(R) Joshua DiStefano. https://joshdistefano.com/

    Please visit warrantofficerhistory.org to learn more about how you can help support the Warrant Officer Historical Foundation and programs like this.

    Ceremonial music is provided by https://www.usarmyband.com/ceremonial-music-guide
    Total Episode length: 25:56
     

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

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24 Ratings

Robzhfgcnvgcc ,

For those who dream

Ever since I learned what a Warrant Officer was I wanted to be one, once I became one I learned so much more! Great place to learn about our heritage!

ewtam24 ,

Excellent content!

I want to thank Russell for creating this well produced and thought out podcast. It is both informative on US Military doctrine and a very personal perspective of the great work that the Warrant Officer Cohort in the US Army and in our world. Bravo my friend!

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