Approximately 220 Air Force Materiel Command IG inspectors arrive Saturday, Aug. 4, with 18 of them arriving early to set up preliminary arrangements on Thursday, Aug. 2, for a Consolidated Unit Inspection.
As the base puts out the welcome mat for the AFMC IG inspectors, Lt. Col. Christopher Decker, 75th Mission Support Group deputy, asks that all be aware of the visit and display Team Hill spirit.
All AFMC units and squadrons at the base can expect team member visits.
Decker requests a welcoming environment for the team and that all AFMC units have checklists and compliance documents at the ready.
Members of the inspection team will use the Airman and Family Readiness Center for some essential business. For anyone with classes or other base meetings at the center, check the class and schedule list in today's publication for adjusted locations for events which have moved.
The consolidated inspection is a resource-driven initiative to help keep expenditures down in light of today's budgetary constraints. Such inspections are scheduled every two to three years, said Decker.
Air Combat Command units on base will welcome a similar inspection team on base in September for their respective consolidated unit inspection.