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LCAP inspection: 727th AMS undergoes scrutiny, shows off professionalism Karen Abeyasekere

Steve Christian, right, 727th Air Mobility Squadron inbound information controller and Ministry of Defense employee, gives an aircrew briefing on cargo upload to Capt. Daniel Helland, left, a C-21 Learjet pilot from Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Aug. 15, 2012, at RAF Mildenhall. Logistics Compliance Assessment Program inspector Master Sgt. Ray Sanchez, 621st West Wing, Travis Air Force Base, Calif., assessed Christian and others in the air terminal operations center, passenger services and fleet services sections. The 727th AMS, along with the 100th Maintenance Group and 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron, are currently undergoing an LCAP inspection to ensure they are accomplishing daily tasks and duties in accordance with Air Force regulations and guidance.

RAF MILDENHALL, England -- The Logistics Compliance Assessment Program inspection is almost complete at RAF Mildenhall and inspectors from Air Mobility Command are visiting the 727th Air Mobility Squadron, 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron and 100th Maintenance Group.

Master Sgt. Tracey Curtis, an LCAP inspector from Scott Air Force Base, Ill., is one of the inspectors for 727th AMS air freight services, to ensure they are complying with all applicable Air Force regulations and guidelines.

He said the experience has been very uplifting.

"Everyone within the 727th Air Mobility Squadron has been willing to help and they all have a great attitude," Curtis said. "Both the military and Ministry of Defence workers have been very receptive to us and accepting of the inspectors from Day One.

"The MoD civilians have been actively seeking out opportunities to be inspected. The military and MoD here seem to have a great working relationship," Curtis said.

His comments were echoed by the LCAP team chief, Col. William Zeck, also from Scott AFB.

"I've had a chance to visit several work sections and have been very impressed with the airmen here," the colonel said. "They've all been very focused, engaged and enthusiastic.

"It seems indicative that they trust their leadership; as a colonel from another base, I'm unfamiliar to them, but they've been eager to come and share with me what they do. That tells me the leadership here is very open and accessible to their folks," Zeck said.

"I've also met some of the MoD civilians, and they all seem very enthusiastic and positive," said the LCAP team chief.

The LCAP began Aug. 13 and is projected to end Aug. 20.


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Date Taken:08.15.2012

Date Posted:08.17.2012 06:21



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