Craig Morgan Officially Sworn In As Warrant Officer In The US Army Reserve

Craig Morgan
Nate Griffin

Over the weekend, Craig Morgan was officially sworn in.

After enlisting in the U.S. Army Reserve during a July Grand Ole Opry appearance, Craig Morgan’s appointment to be sworn in has officially arrived. On February 3rd, in Huntsville, Alabama, Chief Warrant Officer 3 William R. Green and John Clement appointed Morgan as Warrant Officer 1, surrounded by friends and family during the ceremony. 

The day after swearing-in, Morgan hit a football field in uniform to sing the national anthem during the 2024 NFL Pro Bowl at the Camping World Stadium.

The beautiful performance reminded fans of his previous service, having spent 17 years in the Army and Army Reserve, along with reminding fans that he stepped up to serve our nation again.

Morgan has let fans know that he will continue to make music and tour while serving.

“I’m excited to once again serve my country and be all I can be in hopes of encouraging others to join us in something greater than ourselves.

I love being an artist but I consider it a true privilege and honor to work with what I believe are the greatest of Americans, my fellow soldiers. God Bless America. Go Army.”

If you haven’t seen the incredible video from that night at the Opry, check it out below.

Thank you, Craig Morgan, for your continued service to our country.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock