Proper Pci /Pcc
Writing this essay about why conducting proper PCI’S and PCC’S are in important before every mission whether or not it’s an actual mission or training mission.
Why do we have inspections? From long experience, the Army has found that some soldiers, if allowed to, will become careless and lax in the performance of minor barrack duties in their unit. They become accustomed to conditions in their immediate surroundings and overlook minor deficiencies. Should a soldier fall below the Army standard of performance, you can be assured that someone will notice those deficiencies immediately.
Your superiors will order inspections to see that soldiers have all the equipment and clothing issued to …show more content…
Of their equipment.
You may also conduct in-quarters inspections in the Soldiers’ barracks to ensure that
Your Soldiers uphold the standards for personal appearance, individual weapons, and field
Equipment—as well as those for facility maintenance and sanitation.
Inspection programs at various unit levels in the chain of command help determine
The status and mission readiness of the unit and its subunits. These include command
Inspections, staff inspections, and inspector general inspections. A command inspection
Takes place at the local command level, including the platoon and company. Staff inspections
Occur at battalion level and focus on staff organization and operations. Inspector general
Inspections take place at the division level and include all organization, operations, and
Maintenance in an individual unit.
One of the most effective methods of correcting a failure to meet standards is an on the-
Spot correction. Whenever you see a deficiency in training or to a standard, you can
Immediately address the deficiency with the Soldier and allow the Soldier to correct the
Problem. This type of correction is usually very effective when a Soldier is unaware of the
Violation or didn’t know about or understand the regulation, policy, or standing operating
To be successful, you should determine the problem and correct the Soldier—but