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315 AW Mission and Vision

The Intent of the Commander’s Inspection Program (CCIP) is to foster a culture of constant compliance, critical self-assessment, and continuous enhancement of mission effectiveness. It gives commanders at all levels and Airmen the right information at the right time to assess risk, identify areas of improvement, determine root cause and precisely focus limited resources – all aligned with the commander’s priorities and timeline. With an effective CCIP, commanders can be assured their self-assessment programs report accurately while the “independent assessment” portion of the CCIP ensures the effectiveness of subordinate organizations. (U.S. Air Force Graphic by Michael Dukes)

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