[Editor’s Note: We received this original email from a CAP member. Thank you for your contribution. This is another example of the many IG Complaints that were intentionally covered up by Gen Carr to help get the Total Force Partnership with the USAF. Gen Carr gave the USAF a false perception that the corruption had been cleaned up. Though this was a Georgia Wing IG Complaint, it was transferred to CAP National Headquarters and left in the infamous CAP black hole to bury it.]
From: Tonya Boylan [Redacted];
To: CAP_IG [Redacted];
Subject: Inquiry about complaint status
Sent: Thu, Jun 6, 2013 2:37:54 PM
I’ve been asked to inquire about the status of an IG complaint that originated in GAWG [Georgia Wing] but that has apparently been referred to NHQ for action. On 24 Dec 2012, Maj Phil Boylan (yes, he is my spouse) filed a complaint with the GAWG IG. On 27 Dec 2012, Maj Boylan received an acknowledgement of receipt from Lt Col Ben Prine who was then serving as the GAWG IG. Maj Boylan has received no communication of any kind regarding his complaint since that time.
According to Lt Col Prine, the complaint was transferred to NHQ and the last communication he had with anyone about this particular complaint was around 25 March 2013 when he had a phone conversation with Col Dale Newell. It was Lt Col Prine’s understanding that Col Newell was doing the complaint analysis. Lt Col Prine has had no other communication with anyone regarding this case since that time.
Since I do not know whether or not the complaint has gone to investigation, there is no way to know whether Maj Boylan should have been receiving 60-day updates or not. However, it doesn’t seem appropriate to me for him to have been left hanging all this time with no idea of what, if anything, is being done regarding his concerns. I respectfully request that Maj Boylan be given some kind of status update on where his complaint is in the process.
Please contact Maj Phil Boylan directly at: [Redacted] or [Redacted] (cell phone).
Col Tonya R. Boylan, CAP
Southeast Region Civil Air Patrol