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Tech. Sgt. Rachel Chambers, 192nd Fighter Wing Jet Engine Intermediate Maintenance jet propulsion technician, inspects a socket speed handle Feb. 10, 2013 in preparation for a Logistics Compliance Assessment Program evaluation. The LCAP provides leadership with an assessment of the unit's ability to perform key logistics processes in a safe, standardized, repeatable and technically compliant manner. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Carlos J. Claudio/Released)
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Virginia Air National Guard Achieves LCAP Excellence

Posted 3/5/2013   Updated 3/5/2013 Email story   Print story

    


by Master Sgt. Carlos J. Claudio
192 Fighter Wing Public Affairs


3/5/2013 - Langley Air Force Base, Va. -- Airmen of the 192nd Fighter Wing Virginia Air National Guard and 1st Fighter Wing maintenance teams here scored an 'Excellent' 91.37 percent in the Air Combat Command Logistics Compliance Assessment Program assessment Feb. 8-13.

The LCAP provides leadership with an evaluation of a unit's ability to perform key logistics processes in a safe, standardized, repeatable and technically compliant manner.

"The LCAP inspectors validated what we already knew; the strength of the 1st and 192nd Fighter Wings Total Force Initiative relationship has resulted in the best maintenance organization in ACC," said Col. Robert Grey, Jr., 192nd Fighter Wing Maintenance Group commander. "We continue to develop strong working relationships and seamless integration between RegAF and ANG maintainers, capitalizing on the strengths both organizations bring to the fight. We strive to be the example for how well TFI can work.

The LCAP dates ran through the Virginia Guard's unit training assembly which is once a month. That allowed the majority of its part-time members an opportunity to participate in the evaluation.

"The leadership of the 192MXG couldn't be more proud of the performance of our full-time and part-time members," said Chief Master Sgt. Michael Bouley, 192nd Maintenance Group chief.

Since the beginning of TFI, each unit training assembly weekend operates like an Air Expeditionary Force rotation.

"Friday we operate with a predominant active duty force," said Bouley. "Saturday we swap 300 maintainers to drill status guardsmen and the maintenance machine never misses a beat. Sunday to Monday the process reverses."

Five 192nd MXG warriors were selected as 'superior performers' by the Logistics Compliance Assessment Team, further solidifying the 192nd FW's drive for perfection not only in higher headquarters inspection, but also in their daily maintenance performance.



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