The 144th Fighter Wing Office of the Inspector General is committed to providing service in support of the 144th Fighter Wing Commander in two main mission sets: complaint resolution, and inspection support.
For complaint resolutions, the role of the IG is to serve as a fair, impartial, and objective fact-finder and a problem solver.
The IG also conducts inspections on behalf of the Wing Commander and the Commander's Inspection Program as part of the Air Force Inspection System. These duties includes monitoring and maintaining readiness for ongoing Unit Effectiveness Inspections.
What Does IGI Do?
The wing-level IGI is primarily responsible for developing, curating and directing the Wing Commander's Inspection Program.
The IGI serves as the Wing POC for the Air Force Inspection Program, and does continuous evaluation on units within the Wing to ensure that most of the work and preparation is completed before a large inspection.
The IGI also serves as the manager for the Management Internal Control Toolset (MICT), Inspector General Evaluation Management System (IGEMS), and as a gatekeeper for SharePoint.
Who Does IGI Support?
The IGI ultimately supports the Wing Commander, but also supports group, squadron and flight commanders as they prepare for inspections and validate compliance.
Complaints may be submitted in-person to the IG, on behalf of another Airman, or anonymously using an Air Force Form 102. Additional information about filing complaints may be found at:
After a complaint has been submitted, the complainant may withdraw the complaint, but an investigation may still occur.