To provide the Adjutant General a continuing assessment of the matters relating to the state of economy, efficiency, morale, esprit de corps and readiness of units and activities assigned to the Missouri National Guard.
Bottom line: The IG’s role is to help the commander.
The IG will do everything possible to keep confidentiality when handling issues; however, it may be unavoidable to disclose some information to properly handle the situation. In such instances we will try to contact the complainant prior to disclosure.
Office of the Adjutant General
ATTN: Inspector General
2302 Militia Drive.
Jefferson City, Mo – 65101-12031
Walk-In Location: We are located in the Military Education Facility (MEF) Building, Room 156. When entering the back door to DOIM, go upstairs and take an immediate left. Follow the hallway; we are located at the end of hall.
If you are forwarded to voice mail, please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Walk-In Location: Whiteman AFB, Building 509, Room 105 (Drill Weekend Only)
Office Phone (Drill Weekend Only) – (660) 687-5130
Phone (all hours) – (636) 448-4024
Walk-In Location: Rosecrans Air National Guard Base
St. Joseph, MO Bldg. 51, Room 130
Phone- 816-236-3089; DSN 356-3089
Inspector General Action Request (DA-1559)
Please fill out the DA FORM 1559 Inspector General Action Request (IGAR) to request action by the Inspector General. This form can be filled out electronically and emailed to our email address provided. Please note more documentation may be required. The DA Form 1559 is to establish contact. The Inspector General will contact you once this form has been filed.
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
Information is used for official purposes within the Department of Defense; to answer complaints or respond to requests for assistance, advice, or information; by Members of Congress and other Government agencies when determined by The Inspector General to be in the best interest of the Army; and, in certain cases, in trial by courts-martial and other military matters as authorized by the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Department of Defense Blanket Routine Uses also apply.
This information is submitted for the basic purpose of requesting assistance, correcting injustices affecting the individual, or eliminating conditions considered detrimental to the efficiency or reputation of the Army. Those who knowingly and intentionally provide false statements on this form are subject to potential punitive and administrative action (UCMJ Art 107, 18 USC 1001).