Unit effectiveness inspectors descend upon wing
By Airman 1st Class Anthony G. Agosti, 118th Wing Public Affairs
/ Published March 20, 2016
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Members of the 118th Wing are alert and at attention this week as inspectors examine their records and offices.
Inspectors from multiple bases across the country arrived at Berry Field Air National Guard Base on March 17 for the 118th Wing's quadrennial Unit Effectiveness Inspection and will remain until March 21.
"The inspector's primary duty is to determine if the inspector general's office on base is doing what it should," said Lt. Col. Mary L. McClanahan, the director of inspections for the 118th Wing. "Everyday Airmen should not fear the inspectors."
The inspection will inform the wing commander and higher headquarters about incidents of noncompliance and what resources are needed throughout the wing, said McClanahan.
While the results of the UEI have not yet been released, the wing has done a good job in preparing and embracing the inspection, said McClanahan.