MainGeneral/Special StaffCommand Inspector GeneralMission Statement
U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve


U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve

Augment. Support. Reinforce.

2000 Opelousas Ave., New Orleans, LA 70114
Command Inspector General


The Command Inspector General (CIG) is the eyes, ears, and conscience of the Commander and is dedicated to promote effectiveness, efficiency, discipline, morale, economy, ethics integrity and combat readiness.  This shall be accomplished through impartial and independent inspections, assessments, inquiries, investigations, teaching, and training at each level of warfighting. The CIG is divided into two Branches: Inspections and Investigations.  
  Cognizance of the Request Mast Program.  Interviewing personnel requesting mast with the COMMARFORRES, coordinating staff input and arranging Marine's
    audience with the COMMARFORRES

  Cognizance of Department of Defense inquiries concerning allegations of improprieties within MARFORRES
  Operating Marine Forces Reserve's Assistance Matters, Fraud, Waste, Abuse and Mismanagement and Hotline Complaints (Force Order 7510.3A)
  Conducting special inspections, surveys, and investigations as directed by the Commander
 Leads the Inspection Coordination Center (ICC), consisting of representatives from the General and Special Staffs, to standardize inspection synchronization and
  coordination across the Force

 Coordinates the scheduling of HQMC inspections on Force Units
 Provides oversight to MSC Commanding General Inspection Programs
 Reviews external reports of inspections, disseminates inspection results, and ensures they are analyzed for possible trends and problem areas
 Responsible for Intelligence Oversight and Sensitive Activities