The Command Inspector General serves as the Commander's "eyes and ears" to help ensure U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, at every level, does the right things in the right ways. The right things revolve around being combat ready.
We assist, inspect, and investigate to ensure combat readiness. Doing things in the right ways means the Command Inspector General evaluates and promotes best practices, safety, quality of life, taking care of our Marines and our command as an institution.
We take care of our command by guarding our integrity and Marine Corps ethos; by seeking ground truth; by presenting the unvarnished facts; and by advocating the highest standards.
Inspector General of the Marine Corps
Assistance & Investigation