ORI Preparation

  • Published
  • By Chief Master Sgt. Ed Schellhase
  • 132 FW/CCM
Thank you to everyone for their very hard work as we prepare for an extremely important test of our mission - our Operational Readiness Inspection. No matter your AFSC, you play a key role in the mission of the 132d Fighter Wing. YOU are the most important person on this base. YOUR AFSC is the most important job on base. It takes everyone working together as a team to accomplish our mission. Home station or deployed, we have historically done that in an excellent manner and when we do that over time, it becomes a habit. When you do that over a very long time, it becomes automatic - a culture - a Core Value.

You only get one chance to make a good first impression, whether in the cargo processing area, in your work center, or just walking across the parking lot. Every Airman will have an impact on the ORI outcome and it starts with the simplest of things - how you look and how you act. Do your job to the best of your ability and be a good Wingman.

Speaking of dress and appearance, we want to remind you if you are going to be wearing green fleece as an outer garment after 1 Oct 2010 you must have your rank, name tape, and USAF insignia on it. Also, black fleece may not be worn at all, either as an outer garment or as a liner after 1 Oct 2010.

Again, look sharp, act sharp, be sharp and be safe!