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Lt. Col. Jennifer Post, 107th Inspector General, swears in members of the 107th Airlift Wing as the new Wing Inspection Team at the Niagara Falls Reserve Station on April 13, 2014. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo/Senior Master Sgt. Ray Lloyd)

Lt. Col. Jennifer Post, 107th Inspector General, swears in members of the 107th Airlift Wing as the new Wing Inspection Team at the Niagara Falls Reserve Station on April 13, 2014. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo/Senior Master Sgt. Ray Lloyd)

NIAGARA FALLS RESERVE STATION N. Y. --  Members of the 107th Airlift Wing  swore in as the new Wing Inspection Team  here .
The team consists of deputized members in the Inspector General's office.

They will be performing inspections and evaluations for the new Commanders Inspection Program. This is a cost saving program for the Air Force. In the past they would send IG inspector teams to Air Force units. Now with a new program like Management Internal Control Toolset the IG and Commanders can be anywhere to track the progress of their units. This cuts the cost for travel and lodging of inspection teams.

"All WIT members have been hand-picked by their commanders because they have the expertise temperament and experience to accurately and fairly provide a report card to the Wing Commander." said Major Justin Pautler, 107th Director of Inspections.

The new  Air Force instruction 90 - 201 titled Air Force Inspection System . This details the Commanders Inspection Program. WIT members plan the exercise and objectives and write the Master Scenario Event List . Planned for this year is a Force Support Squadron MICT inspection, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive and Emergency Management Exercise.