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919th undergoes unit effectiveness inspection

| Staff Reporters
Airmen across the 919th Special Operations Wing may have seen badge-clad inspectors roaming their squadrons and interviewing their wingmen as the wing underwent a Unit Effectiveness Inspection this past drill weekend.
Inspectors from AFRC with specializations in respective career fields, in conjunction with the Inspector General’s team, worked with agencies and squadrons across base as subject matter experts during the Unit Effectiveness Inspection. From left, Lt. Col. Alicia Lapray, Air Force Reserve Command Inspector General analysis chief, Brig. Gen. Michael Schultz, AFRC inspector general, Col. James Long, AFRC Inspector General inspections director, and Chief Master Sgt. Michael Orso, AFRC Inspector General senior enlisted leader, take a moment for a photo at Duke Field, Florida, Aug. 8, 2022. Schultz and his team conduct a Unit Effectiveness Inspection at every unit in the command every four years.

 

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