NWP 3-07.2, NAVY DOCTRINE FOR ANTITERRORISM/FORCE PROTECTION
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What Navy Doctrine is for Antiterrorism/Force Protection?
The calculated use of unlawful violence or threat of unlawful violence to inculate fear is ____.
To reduce the vulnerability of individuals and property, to include limited response and containment by local military and civilian forces is ___.
OFFENSIVE measures taken to prevent, deter, and respond to terrorism is ____.
Counterterrorism programs are addressed in where?
National Security Decision Directives, National Security Directives, contingency plans, and other classified documents.
A security program to protect SERVICE members, civilian employees, family members, facilities, and equipment is ____.
The goal of the Navy's AT/FP program is to _____ terrorism.
Deter, deny, defeat
____ involves projecting a VISIBLE ability to defeat a terrorist attack.
Combating terrorism is the responsibility of _____.
Evey individual in the Navy
Long-range objectives of terrorism are ____.
Revolutionary, sub-revolutionary, establishment
Mechanisms used to label terrorist groups are ____.
State directed, state supported, non state supported
What is the basic operational unit of the terrorist group?
What are the three typical cells found in terrorist groups?
Operational cell, intelligence cell, auxiliary cell
Cells are kept separated during planning and rehearsals. True? False?0
Multiple operations/targets usually are hit with individual teams knowledge. True? False?
Surveillance personnel will some time take part in attacks. True? False?
Terrorist attacks are targeted at the weak or undefenced to ensure high chances of success and publicity. True? False?
What are the most commone and readily assembled device?
Besides assassination, arson, bombing, hostage taking, what are other types of terrorist attack?
Hijacking or skyjacking, seizure, raids or attacks on facilities, sabotage, weapons of mass destruction, information warfare.
USS Cole and Kobar Towers are examples of ____ attack?
What are the six-step process encompassing targer selection, training and preparation before an attack?
Target option, selection surveillance, target selection, detailed surveillance, training and preparation, the attack
Target selection is at phase ____.
Phase 2 is ____.
What is the first phase?
How many levels of threat does DoD use to define the degree of the terrorist threat?
What describe the terrorist threat environment in a country where terrorist activity occurs?
Terrorist Threat Levels: High, Significant, Moderate, Low
At what level of FP condition conduct normal security practices while a GENERAL threat of possible terrorist activity exists?
When there is a possible terrorist activity against personnel and installantions, what FP condition should be applied?
FP condition Alpha
What are the actions of FP condition Alpha?
Secure buildings, increase security spot checks and limite access point.
When an increased and more PREDICTABLE thereat of terrorist activity exists, FP Condition elevates to ___.
FP conditon Bravo
At FP condition Brave all vehicles and objects have to move at least ____ meters from buildings.
What criteria sets FP condition Charlie?
An incident occurs or intelligence is received indicating terrorist action is imminent
What are actions of FP condition Charlie?
Minimum limit access points, randomly search vehicles, centralized parking of vehicles
What is the highest alert of FP condition?
FP condition Delta
FP condition Delta applies after a terrorist attack has occurred in the immediate area. True? False?
FP condition Delta applies when intelligence has been received that terrorist action against a specific location is likely. True? False?
Search all vehicles, all suitcases, positive identify all personnel, close public and military roads and facilities are actions of ____.
FP condition Delta
What manual is for combating terrorism?
DoD O 2000.12-H DOD Anti-Terrorism Handbook
Intelligence products are feed from where to where?
National Intelligence Community, DOD Intelligence Centers, Navy Intelligence Assets, Regional Intelligence Centers, Unit
The assimilation of data that has been gathered, but not fully correlated, analyzed or interpreted, is ___.
Product resulting from the collection, exploitation, processing, integration, analysis, evaluation, and interpretation of available information, is ____.
Who provides intelligence products be used in the command's AT/FP plan?
What serves as the baseline for determining the degree and the type of FP required?
Who is responsible for detecting and counteracting foreign intelligence activities gathering information that adversely affects U.S. NATIONAL security interests?
Who produces assessments of the actual or potential terrorist threat targeted against U.S.MILITARY interest throughout the world?
Who has primary investigative and conterintelligence jurisdiction within the DON?
NCIS agents support the ____.
JSIVA (Joint Staff Integrated Vulnerability Assessment Program), CNOIVA (the CNO Installation Vulnerability Assessment Program), PIVA (the Navy's Port Integrated Vulnerability Assessment Program)
Who maintains a constant watch to analyze various information and intelligence for possible terrorist threats against NAVY and MARINE CORPS commands?
ATAC (Navy Antiterrorist Alert Center)
What staff ATAC?
NCIS analysts, active duty and reserve intelligence personnel
What is Navy's principal vehicle for disseminating terrorism warnings to Navy and Marine Corps commands?
ATAC spot message
What is raw intelligence, normally based on fragmentary information about fast breaking events and may contain substantial inaccuracies or uncertainties that must be resolved through subsequent report and analysis?
What is the inherent right to use all necessary means available and take all appropriate actions to defend ONESELF and U.S. forces in one's vicinity?
Individual self defense
What are elements of self defense?
Necessity and proportionality
Self defense has to be reasonable in what perspecs?
Intensity, duration, and magnitude of a hostile act or intent.
In order to warrant the use of deadly force, a potential threat must possess: ____.
The apparent means, the imminent ability, the apparent intent to commit a hostile act
Antiterrorism Officer has responsibilities of: ___.
Creats and executes AT/FP programs, prepares AT/FP plans, manages AT/FP re-sources, conducts antiterrorism training
Who are on AT/FP Board?
XO, ATO, department heads, intelligence personnel, NCIS, medical, dc assistant, MA, physical security officer, legal
Sources of vulnerability assessment are ____.
JSIVA, CNOIVA, PIVA
Consequence management planning is a ____ process.
3-step: impacts and consequences, resources required, training and exercising
What are the levels of AT training?
Level I-individual, Level II-Unit FPO/ATTO, Level III-PCO/XO leadership, Level IV-Senior executive
Level I individual personnel protection awarenes training includes ____.
Threat levels/FP conditions, IED, JS Guide 5260, IPM wallet card, local specific threat information
Level II unit antiterrorism officer training includes ____.
Terrorism, terrorist operations, terrorist surveillance, individual protective measures, hostage survival.
Level III commander anterrorism training includes ____.
O-5 and O-6, unit, squadron, group commanders, pre-command training
Level IV executive level commander training includes ____.
O6-O8, National Defense University
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