Peters named as installation inspector general
By Maj. Dale Greer, 123rd Airlift Wing Public Affairs
/ Published August 15, 2009
KENTUCKY AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, LOUISVILLE, Ky. --
Lt. Col. Jeff Peters has been selected as the new base Inspector General and will take charge of the wing's Complaints Resolution Program (CRP) this month.
Colonel Peters began his Air Force career as an active-duty weather officer in 1985. He remained on active duty for 9 1/2 years before moving to Kentucky to work for UPS Airlines. Colonel Peters joined the Kentucky Air Guard in late 1995 and has served in the 165th Weather Flight and the 123rd Mission Support Group. Most recently, he was commander of the 123rd Aerial Port Squadron and the 123rd Security Forces Squadron.
Colonel Peters urges Airmen to use their chains of command to resolve disputes, but he stands ready to assist in cases where that approach is not optimal.
"My wish is that Airmen will not need my services, but if circumstances dictate otherwise, I will help them through the CRP process," he said.
AFI 90-301 provides more information about the Complaints Resolution Program.
Colonel Peters may be reached at email@example.com