Communications Squadron Rated "Perfect" in Inspection, Makes History | Arts & Culture
A combat communications squadron here earned perfect marks during a compliance inspection, making history along the way.
The 51st Combat Communications Squadron became the first squadron in the history of Air Force Space Command to earn a 100 percent compliant and an outstanding rating on the Logistics Compliance Inspection Program.
The LCAP is used to provide leadership with an evaluation of a unit's ability to perform key logistics processes in a safe, standardized, repeatable and technically compliant manner.
The 51st CBCS excelled in dozens of inspectable areas including commander, maintenance, training and logistics programs with zero discrepancies.
Col Bill Waynick, 5th CBCS commander, attributes the success to the hard work and dedication of his squadron members.
“The monumental achievement of earning a 100 percent compliant and outstanding rating on the LCAP validates all the hard work and long hours the Airmen of the 51st CBCS put forth,” he said.
Chief Master Sgt. Shawn Wise, 51st CBCS superintendent, echoed Col Waynick’s remarks.
“I couldn’t be prouder of all the Airmen in the 51st,” said Wise. “It was a complete team effort and we accomplished something that has never been done before and may not be repeated.”
The 51st CBCS is a subordinate unit of the 5th Combat Communications Group.