8/17/2012 - RAF ALCONBURY, United Kingdom -- The U.S. Air Forces in Europe Inspector General team is looking for feedback from Ministry of Defence employees and spouses of civilian and military members stationed in the 501st Combat Support Wing as part of the Unit Effectiveness Inspection.
To create a complete picture of 501st CSW unit effectiveness, IG interviewers are keenly interested in the impact on unit family members, as well as British partners working within the 501st CSW.
The interview sessions scheduled for MOD staff and spouses are open to anyone wishing to attend, and attendance is not mandatory. Having feedback from MOD staff and spouses is extremely beneficial and is illustrative of how the 501st CSW wins as a team.
Spouses of personnel assigned to mission partners are eligible to attend the sessions. However, the questions will be 501st CSW-centric and there is no guarantee that base support issues will be a topic of the interviewer.
The sessions are scheduled to last for 90 minutes. Childcare will not be provided during the sessions and children are not allowed inside the sessions.
The following sessions have been set aside at various 501st CSW installations for spouses and MOD staff to provide feedback to the IG team.
421st Air Base Group: Aug. 21 - Building 528
9 a.m. - Spouse session
10:30 a.m. - MOD staff session
422nd Air Base Group: RAF Croughton
9 a.m. - Spouse session in Large Group Conference Room, 422nd ABG headquarters
9 a.m. - MOD staff session in Safety Training Room, Building 204
9 a.m. - MOD staff session
423rd Air Base Group/501st CSW staff: RAF Alconbury - Building 671
Aug. 21 7:30 a.m. - follow Team 1 signs
Aug. 21 9 a.m. - follow Team 2 signs
Aug. 22 9 a.m. - BUilding 671, 423 FSS conference room
Aug. 21 9 a.m. - follow Team 1 signs