Experience has proven that USAWOA chapters that have an active, organized and participating Auxiliary have a more productive chapter. Program planning is made easier, resulting with an increased membership in the sponsoring chapter. The "team effort" involved adds pleasure in working together toward a common goal. The added touch assists the WOAUX members of the parent chapter in solving problems and relieves them of many details, allowing for more time in other areas of concern. Thus, more concentrated effort can be made in a variety of areas that will improve the way of life for all Warrant Officers and their families.
All active USAWOA Chapters are authorized to have a chapter. Ten members are required to organize an Auxiliary and their membership is transferable.
To actively support the USAWOA in services, goals and information. To be a separate, but parallel organization, capable of standing alone, as such, or working with a local USAWOA Chapter.
The National WOAUX shall be governed by the USAWOA Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws. It may adopt Bylaws governing internal organization and operation, providing the Bylaws do not conflict with those of the USAWOA. Local WOAUX Chapters may adopt local Bylaws governing internal organization and operation of the chapter, subject to ratification by the governing body of the local USAWOA Chapter, if one exists. It shall continue to be a local chapter business until such time that the WOAUX is an approved National organization. If no local USAWOA Chapter exists, then ratification shall be by the National BOD, upon recommendation of the National WOAUX Steering Committee.
Eligibility for National WOAUX membership shall be extended to spouses of Warrant Officers serving or who have served honorably in the United States Army, National Guard or Reserves. Granting of Association Membership shall be extended by the local WOAUX Chapter to spouses not otherwise eligible for membership, but who have objectives in accordance with those of the National USAWOA/WOAUX and who have demonstrated dedication to same.
National WOAUX members shall have the right to vote and hold office in the National WOAUX. Associate WOAUX members shall have the same rights and privileges as has an Associate member of the USAWOA (See Bylaw USAWOAM 300-1 III, Section 2 b). WOAUX dues structure shall be determined by the National WOAUX membership.