UEI D-O-N-E ... until tomorrow
By Tech. Sgt. Tyler Placie, 90th Missile Wing Public Affairs
/ Published January 07, 2020
F.E. Warren AFB, Wyo. --
F.E. Warren just completed their Unit Effectiveness Inspection Capstone for 2019.
The Capstone is a culmination of the last three years of evaluating the effectiveness of operations, support functions, and everything in between.
“It’s important for 90th Missile Wing Airmen to realize the significance of the three-year inspection cycle,” said Ron Jenkins, 90th Missile Wing Inspector General. “The long inspection cycle provides Air Force Global Strike an overarching and continuous evaluation, rather than just a snapshot of how the mission is accomplished. The Capstone provided AFGSC the opportunity to follow-up on issues, listen to Airmen during Airmen-to-IG Sessions, and to provide a final look in preparing the Capstone report. It also provided 116 Airmen and spouses the opportunity to provide feedback to the IG, both positive and negative, which was provided to the wing commander to improve the Mighty Ninety.”
Mr. Jenkins explains further how everyone in the wing can continue to improve upon its success during our new three-year UEI cycle.
“A critical element of the Air Force Inspection System is the Unit Self-Assessment Program. When everyone in the unit ‘embraces the red’ and identifies deficient areas and their root causes, leadership is able to address these areas. This along with strong training programs results in the unit’s mission success.”
Throughout the UEI, the Airmen of the 90th Missile Wing put their time and effort into showing what we are capable of everyday.
“We proved our wing is committed to continuously improving and becoming the best version of ourselves,” said Col. Peter Bonetti, 90th Missile Wing commander. “We want to identify deficiencies in the beginning stages and ensure we’re providing a sustainable fix. I am proud to serve next to Airmen who are willing to step up and embrace the red to create positive change. We’ll continue to hold ourselves to a higher standard and strive toward excellence.”