Training group earns Excellent rating on UCI

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  • By Airman 1st Class Steve Bauer
  • 30th Space Wing Public Affairs
The 381st Training Group received an overall Excellent rating on their last Unit Compliance Inspection that took place Jan. 26-30 here.

Under a newly-instituted Air Education and Training Command UCI method, the 381st TRG was the first unit to earn the Excellent rating.

During the UCI, the training group was graded on numerous areas of interest. Such areas include commander's items, training and program management. The standards, standardization and evaluation, and anti-terrorism programs all exceeded the group's mission requirements with an Excellent rating.

Several 381st TRG squadrons exceeded mission requirements.

The 381st Training Support Squadron was recognized with an Excellent rating for faculty development, current operations, military training and their resources flights. The squadron received a score of 46 strengths from the UCI, and three consolidated group-level programs from the squadron earned Excellent ratings.

The 392nd TRS earned high marks. The space training, current operations and student operations flights were rated Outstanding, all other flights from the squadron were rated Excellent. A number of administrative and training initiatives along with a Self-Inspection Program resulted in excellent training and minimal discrepancies throughout the squadron.

The 532nd TRS was rated Excellent for their solid ICBM and Air Launch Missile Maintenance training. The Missile Maintenance Training Flight scored high in flight leadership and numerous initiatives leading to knowledge retention.

The 533rd TRS received a Satisfactory rating. The squadron educates and trains Air Force space operators. Instructors provided guidance in all phases of training. The inspectors praised the squadron's use of advanced technological training tools including e-classroom, student e-guides, and a standard space trainer.

The groups Programs Management was also rated Excellent for Information Protection, family care plans, the computer systems equipment custodians, facilities management, the fitness program, unit deployment managers, the AEF reporting tool, emergency management, unit safety and their Self-Inspection Program.

"I am very proud of the incredible work of the men and women of the 381st TRG. Their hard work and preparation paid off with these great inspection results," said Col. Reni Renner, the 381st TRG Commander.