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Commentary | July 13, 2022

Officers: Attend the final OPM virtual roadshow event and learn about chief warrant officer assignments  

By Nicole Bertrand, MyCG wrtier

Calling all chief warrant officers, here is your opportunity to take advantage of Officer Personnel Management’s (OPM’s) final virtual roadshow session, July 20 at 2 p.m. Eastern. You will get to ask chief warrant officers (CWOs) about the many command opportunities, leadership positions, and staff assignments within your community specifically for your specialty. 

You will receive updates on how assignment year (AY22) went, as well as guidance for the upcoming assignment season. You can learn about managing your career in preparation for future promotion boards or command screening panels, as well as get information on dual track, subspecialties, and  eResumes.  

 “These virtual events offer a great way for us, as assignment officers, to connect with the CWO corps, hear what’s on your mind, answer your questions, and address your concerns,” said assignment officer Chief Warrant Officer 3 Bryan Kaseman. “I’m looking forward to the event and hoping for lots of questions about the 2023 transfer season as well as anything else that’s on your mind.”  

To prepare for the event, you can listen to last year’s virtual road show recordings. These address topics that OPM-2 covers each year and the assignment process in general. These recordings are available by going to OPM-4’s Portal page.   

To attend the session, you will need to send an email to receive an invitation link. Units can request an in-person roadshow by sending an email.  


  • To request an invitation, send an email
  • To listen to last year’s OPM roadshow recordings, visit OPM-4’s portal page

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