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Plans, Programs and Readiness

375th Medical Group personnel process patients who have flu-like symptoms during an operational readiness exercise at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Oct. 17. The 375th Air Mobility Wing is participating in an exercise designed to test their ability to survive and operate in a hostile or chemical environment. The wing is preparing for their combined operational readiness inspection next year. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane)

375th Medical Group personnel process patients who have flu-like symptoms during an operational readiness exercise at Scott Air Force Base, Ill. Oct. 17. The 375th Air Mobility Wing is participating in an exercise designed to test their ability to survive and operate in a hostile or chemical environment. The wing is preparing for their combined operational readiness inspection next year. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Ryan Crane)

The 375th AMW Plans, Programs and Readiness office provides 375th AMW senior leaders independent assessments of mission capability. They recommend improvements to existing processes, policies and programs for fulfilling exercise, peacetime, contingency and wartime missions; obtain feedback, identify shortfalls, benchmark and take action to improve warfighting skills and combat readiness of deployable forces.

They are the wing gatekeeper responsible for the planning, tracking, execution and/or analysis of all wing exercises, inspections and site surveys. XPO personnel manage and monitor all wing plans, including higher headquarters plans, locally developed and/or directed supplements to higher headquarter plans and plans based on local requirements.

They also provide guidance to base agencies, host services for international treaty inspection teams ensuring compliance with treaty protocols and ensuring minimum impact from impending Arms Control Treaties by providing effective management of the Treaty Compliance Program.

They plan, organize and direct installation antiterrorism activities, ensuring compliance with DOD AT policies and procedures. In addition, they plan, schedule and conduct realistic, timely and integrated contingency response and combat employment exercises.

The exercise program builds confidence in our ability to protect people and resources, respond to disasters and account for our people during emergencies. They also manage the wing's self-inspection program by providing a real-time, computer-based tool for internal assessment of units' readiness.