Do YOU Have What It Takes?
• Make a difference in current real-world events
• Work alongside seasoned professionals advising a variety of units
• Deploy globally to unique locations
• Remain operational
• Diverse assignments within AWG
• Utilization of advanced technologies and processes
• Special Duty Assignment Pay (SDAP)
• Opportunities for advanced and specialized training that is generally not offered to conventional forces
• Three-year assignment with the option to extend or return
• Active duty SFC-SGM, senior CPT-LTC
• 107 GT score for NCOs, no waivers
• Pass the APFT in current age group
• Able to obtain and maintain up to a Top Secret clearance
• Officers must have completed at least 12 months of command and be a graduate of the CCC
• NCOs must have completed at least 24 months of platoon sergeant time or an equivalent assignment
• Active duty SSG-SGM, CPT-LTC
• Able to obtain and maintain up to a Top Secret clearance.
Once a Soldier has decided that he/she would like to be assigned to the AWG and all the prerequisites have been met, an application must be completed. You can get an application from the top of the page or by contacting the AWG recruiting team directly.
After the application has been received by the AWG recruiters, it will enter a review process, which takes two to four weeks on average. Once the application has been reviewed by all pertinent parties, the candidate will be notified as to whether or not he/she will be invited to attend the Assessment and Selection course.
Advisor Assessment and Selection takes place at Fort AP Hill, Virginia. The course lasts seven days and is offered twice a year, in March and September. The course is 75 percent mental and 25 percent physical. Events: Pass a standard APFT and be IAW AR 600-9 HT/WT standards. The course is scenario-based, but the candidate must come prepared to walk 7 to 10 miles per day while carrying a 30- to 35-pound daypack, as well as undertake some other light-to-moderate physical activities. A Psychological test and/or interview will be administered during the course. Commander’s Board (candidate will be informed as to the results of the Board at that time).