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36th LRS scores excellent in LCAP inspection

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  • By Senior Airman Shane Dunaway
  • 36th Wing Public Affairs
Airmen from the 36th Logistics Readiness Squadron here scored a 90.53 percent during a recent Logistics Compliance Assessment Program inspection designed to grade processes and procedure in each work section through evaluations, inspections and observations.

A group of 25 Air Combat Command and Pacific Air Forces inspectors graded more than 350 items within the 36th LRS. The team recognized two Airmen as PACAF Superior Performers and 19 Airmen as Logistics Compliance Assessment Team Outstanding Performers.

"The Logistics Compliance Assessment Program provides leadership at all levels an evaluation of a unit's ability to perform key logistics processes in a safe, standardized, repeatable and technically compliant manner," said Lt. Col. Jason Campbell, 36th LRS commander. "Major commands conduct LCAP evaluations at subordinate units to assess their proficiency in key logistics processes. The LCAT has a secondary mission to conduct on-site training as problems are identified."

Though the inspectors gave the squadron an excellent rating, they found areas for the squadron to focus improvement efforts.

"A technical order for a nuclear-certified trailer could not be located when the inspector looked at vehicle maintenance, but the TO was located before the LCAT departed," Colonel Campbell said. "Some training documentation was lacking and some spot checks required of our security management program were missing, but there were no systemic problem areas identified."

No stone was left unturned by the inspectors as all 36th LRS flights and squadron functions were graded. Throughout the inspection, the fluidity of the functions in the 36th LRS caught the eyes of the inspection team.

"The squadron was praised by the team for 'high morale and positive attitudes' as well as 'exceptional teamwork between the Airmen and the contract employees' and 'leadership involvement was noteworthy on all levels,'" Colonel Campbell said.