February 2000

No-Notice Inspections Initiated

Volume 83, Issue 2

The Chinese didn't give notice when they charged south of the 38th Parallel; the Japanese didn't give notice when they attacked Pearl Harbor; and from now on the Inspector General won't give notice when his office comes calling on Marines.

Whenever Marines respond to real problems, the world gets a very candid look at how prepared the Corps is. For 224 years, preparation has delivered success. To ensure that Marines and their gear remain good to go, inspections must provide an authentic glimpse of how things stand.

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