734th Air Mobility Squadron finishes inspection with excellent score Published Sept. 6, 2013 By Senior Airman Cierra Presentado 36th Wing Public Affairs ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- The 734th Air Mobility Squadron recently completed the Air Mobility Command, Inspector General, Mission Capability and Compliance Inspection here, receiving an excellent overall score. The MCCI is conducted every two years for the 734th AMS. The inspection was led by the AMC IG team. The MCCI is held to ensure each Airman is following the Air Force Inspection checklist. The inspection was completed during a five day period. Upon receiving notice of the inspection, the squadron trained for nine months to prepare for the MCCI which took place early August. "All of our Airmen were prepared for the inspection," said Lt. Col. Adrienne Williams, 734th AMS commander. "Everyone knew their material and stayed focused which ultimately earned us an excellent score." Although each Airman was prepared for the inspection, there were individuals who stood out and were recognized as exceptional performers, such as Airman Amber Bobbitt. "I finished technical school four months ago, so I had a lot of knowledge that was fresh on my mind," said Airman 1st Class Amber Bobbitt, 734th AMS aircraft services technician. "I knew all the answers to the questions the inspectors asked me and I had plenty of references." Each individual shop throughout the squadron was inspected. The maintenance flight support section team was one of several teams to be highly recognized. "The individuals that trained each team did an exceptional job," said Senior Master Sgt. Kenneth Gibson, 734th AMS superintendent. "The inspector's had nothing but good things to say about our team. We are quite proud of them." The 36th Wing will be going through a similar inspection in the next year. Even though the squadron passed the inspection, they will continue to comply with the AFI and work tirelessly to complete the mission. "We want to continue passing each inspection we go through, so our Airmen will continue to work hard and diligently," Williams said. The next inspection for the squadron is scheduled for 2015. A new inspection system is currently being comprised and will focus on unit effectiveness. Some of the new material will be coordinated into the upcoming wing inspection scheduled to take place in May 2014.