Air Force Innkeeper team evaluates Vandenberg Lodge
By Senior Airman Stephen Cadette , 30th Space Wing Public Affairs
/ Published July 13, 2007
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- Three inspectors from the Air Force Services Agency at Randolph, AFB, Texas, arrived at Vandenberg July 12 to evaluate Vandenberg Lodging for the 2007 Air Force Innkeeper's Award on July 13 to 14.
Among the areas the inspectors will review during their two-day inspection will be lodging's 302 rooms, the safety training and the accident reporting procedures.
More than 20,000 people stay in Vandenberg's lodging facilities every year, said Fionna Dennler with Vandenberg Lodging.
"Our services in lodging are key because it's the first place people go to when they come to when they come to Vandenberg," said Col. Steve Tanous, 30th Space Wing commander.
Results of the evaluators findings and the announcement of the winners will be released at the end of August.