ORI: We Passed!
By Tech. Sgt. J. LaVoie, 460th SW/ Public Affairs
/ Published March 10, 2010
Buckley Air Force Base, Colo. -- "I'm proud of you," said Col. Clint Crosier, 460th Space Wing commander, as he congratulated everyone on passing the first ever Air Force Space Command no notice Operational Readiness and Unit Compliance Inspection. 460th Space Wing Airmen not only survived, but excelled, as 77 inspectors cast a critical eye on base programs for 17 days.
In addition to passing the ORI and UCI, the 460th Space Wing is the first wing to "come out clean with zero critical deficiencies," said Col. Scott Gilson, AFSPC Inspector General. "Your attitude and teamwork have been top notch."
In the unit compliance portion of the inspection, 16 areas received the highest rating of "in compliance," with an overall with rating of "in compliance with comments." In the operational readiness portion, every area was rated "satisfactory."
After hearing the results, Col. Crosier recognized many of the top performers and thanked every one for their hard work and added he was proud to be the 460th SW commander. He also announced that Friday, Mar 12 is a wing down day, saying everyone deserved it.