Williams completes work as Army Inspector General
Published 1:21 am Sunday, October 28, 2007
Army Capt. Fredrick O. Williams has graduated from the Army Inspector General (IG) course at Fort Belvoir, Fairfax, Va. The three-week course is required for all soldiers and civilians selected to serve as Army inspectors general.
IG officers are trained to conduct inquiries, investigations, and program reviews that deter, detect, prevent and eradicate fraud, waste, abuse and misconduct. Students received classroom training in policies and procedures, and performed practical exercises to process sample inspection cases under the supervision of experienced faculty inspectors general.
Graduates are fully qualified to perform all duties required of Army inspectors general in organizations and installations around the world.
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Williams is a deputy inspector general assigned to the 428th Field Artillery Brigade, Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.
He is the son of Arabell G. Williams of Loop Road, Liberty.
The captain graduated in 1992 from Amite County High School, Liberty, and received a bachelor’s degree in 1996 from Jackson State University.