A: Probably not. The Inspector General is tasked with ensuring that the command follow procedures and policies outlined by regulation. With a substantial amount of discretion, the command has authority to take action against you. Often filing an IG complaint can anger the command and make your situation worse than had you not filed the complaint. For more detailed information about the role of the Inspector General, please see this post.
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