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Department of Energy (DOE)

• Primary Gate is 26C
• Secondary Gate is 15A

Gate 12A is the Contingency entry point in the event of adverse weather or should the DOE courier declare an emergency, the shipment will be accepted and met by the Flight Chief at any gate.

DOE Shipment Responsibility:
• DOE couriers/convoy commander will retain responsibility for security and custody of shipment
• SF will take over responsibility if required (Example: Emergency Situations).
• Installation Commander will assume responsibility for security of shipment in the event of incapacitation of DOE courier.
• The Gate Guard will check DOE courier credentials.
• Then contact SFCC for verification of shipment.
• The shipment will be allowed on base (at least 100ft).
• If the conditions of the Safe Haven request are under a hostile situation close the installation gate to limit access to the shipment.
NOTE: If nuclear components are present, DO NOT detain, proceed directly with Primary or Alternate route.

NOTE: SFCC will verify what type of shipment, type of Safe Haven requested (hostile activity or non-hostile), reason for the Safe Haven request, security required and the identity of the courier requesting assistance. (If not already notified of this shipment/Safe Haven Request, the SFCC will immediately contact AFMC/CP for verification).

• Gate 1C---Van Paton Drive off of Wright Ave (Detour Van Patton)
• Gate 8C---Parking Lot of Building 900
• Gate 26C---Building 4001 Parking Lot
• Gate 9A---On Eastbrook (Detour all traffic to hospital area)
• Gate 12A---Visitor Center Parking Lot
• Gate 15A---On Communication Blvd (Detour All Traffic)

DOE Identification card- DOE Form AL-150
*Have extra patrol sweep route before taking that route.


Type One Shipment

Type one shipment equals PL 1 shipment. For this a 15/5 is required and comprised of:

Area Supervisor (1 Person)
2 Internal SRT's (4 Personnel)
1 External SRT (2 Personnel)
2 Mobile Fire Teams (8 Personnel)
15 Personnel

You will also need 2 Close-In Security Members (CIS) and an Entry Controller, who are NOT members of the 15/5. Once arrived at RV Point Rope off Restricted Area. A minimum of 2 SF Personnel with Radios are assigned for security of restricted area.

Types of Recalls:

• Mass Squadron Recall- A recall initiated for all Squadron Personnel.
• Military only Recall- A specific recall initiated for military only.
• Selective Recall- A selective recall of personnel based on the situation or mission requiring a recall, i.e., mobility recall, Emergency Service Team (EST) recall, key personnel recall, and Comm-Out recall.
• Alternate Recall Location- Building 269 CATM.

Posting NCO:

• Retrieve the posting booth keys (located in the armory).
• Move booth in the hallway adjacent to the guardmount room door and the sign-in table will be located in the entranceway to the front door of building 168.
• Remove the post priority chart from the posting booth.
• Retrieve the on-duty flight's duty rosters to annotate the Post Priority Chart. The Posing NCO will utilize the Post Priority Chart to man posts not currently manned and will continue to man posts as required IAW Post Priority Chart, or as the incident requires.
• Obtain keys for all vehicles not currently being utilized. The Posting NCO will determine how many additional vehicles are required and notify the unit Vehicle NCO (VNCO). The Posting NCO will dispatch sufficient personnel to retrieve the additional vehicles.
• Obtain a current update of the situation and/or the current FORCE PROTECTION CONDITION. Record this information on the situation boards will be kept up-to-date. These boards will be located: Next to the posting booth, displayed on the wall facing the SFCC (readily seen by the SFCC and exiting personnel) in the training classroom.
• Assign an NCO as the Briefing NCO who will ensure all information updates are posted on the posting box, briefed to personnel standing by in the training room and the SFCC.
• The SFCC will ensure building 168 exterior doors are secured.
• The posting NCO will retrieve the Training Classroom key (located in the SFCC)

As personnel respond, the Posting NCO will:

• Have personnel Sign-In. The sign in sheets will be by shift assignment/staff. The sign in sheets are already prepared and are located in the posting NCO booth.

• Determine where personnel are required and special equipment/weapons needs.

• Continue to post personnel until initial posting is complete, all personnel have been accounted for, and the senior unit battle staff members authorize the closing of the posting booth.

• Orderly Room will follow-up on recall notifications that could not be accomplished.

The personnel in the following positions will report to the designated locations:
• CSF- As deemed necessary.
• SFO- As deemed necessary.
• Force Protection, Operations Superintendent - SF Battle Staff Representative at SFCC or DCG
• SFM- As deemed necessary.

Emergency Service Team (EST)/Hostage Negotiation Team (HNT) Team Leaders- appropriate staging areas. At initial recall, members will be posted accordingly by the direction of posting NCO.

All personnel upon signing in will:
• If assigned to a post, immediately proceed to the Armory to draw the appropriate weapon and radio.
• If not assigned to a post, immediately proceed to the Training Classroom. Stand-by at the location until assigned to a post or released by the posting NCO or competent authority.
• Once armed, proceed through the training classroom to the south hallway (between Training Section and Operations Section near the Operations office). Stand-by until all team members are armed and prepared to depart assigned post. Notify Posting NCO when departing.

Prior to Operating the vehicle the operator will:

• Possess a valid AF Form 2293, Motor Vehicle Operator Identification Card, valid State Drivers License and a valid AF Form 483 Flight Line Drivers Card.



What are the required Forms for SF Gov. Vehicles?
• AF Form 1800, Operators Inspection Guide and Trouble Report
• SF 91, Operators Report of Motor Vehicle Accident
• SF 94, Statement of Witness
• DD Form 518, Accident Identification Card

Radio Frequencies:
• Frequency #1 is used for SF Operations.
• Frequency #3 is used for Flight Line Operations.
• Frequency #2 is used as an alternate for Frequency #1 and #3

Serving of Summons/Warrants/Repossession of Items:
• Anyone wishing to serve summons, subpoenas or warrants, are to be referred directly to the SFCC for assistance.
• Any Questions regarding this practice will be directed to 88 ABW/JA.

Warrants for Military and Civilians:
• Have the person's supervisor or First Sergeant bring the subject named on the warrant to Bldg 168 where the respective agency will execute the warrant. When an arrest must be made at the person's work site, the 88 SFS will escort the Police Officer/Sheriff.
NOTE: The civilian police officer must show cause that alerting the suspect might result in the suspect Might result in the suspect not reporting as instructed and may flee or be hostile. If the suspect is at risk of being hostile or at risk of fleeing, the serving of the warrant should then take place at the work site.

When an arrest is made, an Incident Report and blotter entry will be completed.

Notify the Legal Office:

• Subpoenas/Summons: Have the person's supervisor or First Sergeant bring the subject named on the subpoena/summons to Bldg 168 where the respective agency will execute the subpoena/summons. When the subpoena/summons must be served at the person's work site, the Police Officer/Sheriff will be accompanied by the person's supervisor if available or a SF member.
NOTE: The civilian police officer must show cause; i.e., a runner or other priors, to have the subpoena/summons served at the work place. This differs from the serving of a warrant due to the nature of the documents/action.

• No Incident Report is required.

• Notify SJA before the subpoena/summons is served.


Repossession of Property:

• All re-possessors must report to SFCC and present acceptable identification to show who they are, the company they work for and the bank of finance company they are representing. The SFCC will issue the re-possessor a Repossession of Property Policy Letter. SF members will then escort the re-possessor to the location where the property is located and be present while the re-possessor requests that the debtor voluntarily release the property to them. If the debtor refuses, the re-possessor must obtain a writ of replevin or a certified court order granting permission to seize said property. SF members are only acting as a Peace Officer and must not be involved in this civil matter. A blotter entry must be made, including re-possessor's name, company and telephone number and the debtor's name, organization, telephone number and the property recovered. If a re-possessor enters any portion of WPAFB, a patrol response will be initiated and to include all housing areas and takes/attempts to take property without following the above outlined procedures, and incident/complainant report must be initiated alleging trespassing. The unit First Sergeant or Section Commander will be notified of repossessions or attempts involving their unit personnel.

Flight Chief/Patrol need to know Material (Stan-Eval):

• The Wing CC has designated the 88th SFS/CC to terminate a Covered Wagon
• Flight Chiefs will respond to all incidents involving Senior NCO's, O-5's/above and Senior Executive Service (SESs).
• Duress on SFCC/Armory Patrols will respond Code 1
• Military member involved in shoplifting will be released to 1st Sgt/CC
• Police Services approve ride along for Active Duty, Cadets, reserve and military
• Digital copies of blotters are maintained for 90 days
• LEADS rip stamped or printed with LEADS Audit Trail
• Reports of non-hostile strays in the PWF will be reported to the PWF
• No more than 2 marked vehicles will engage in pursuit
• Patrols will not exceed 20mph in non-residential/Highways
• BAC under 21 yrs of age is .02
• You have 3 hrs from initial contact to collect blood, breath or urine
• Aircrew EAL's come from 3 sources: TDY orders, Crew orders, Handmade list of crew from AC
• Hijacking events on ground with doors closed belongs to TSA
• Request authorization from control tower to access runway taxiway
• When funds are escorted, carrier does not call back within 5 min, implement anti-robbery procedures
• Ramp update will occur every 4 hrs during non-duty hrs
• Lighting check will be conducted 1 time per shift
• Warrants served at work center must show cause of fleeing
• When you have questions regarding jurisdiction contact legal
• Weapons movement on-base as "very high risk" (2 owner user, 1 armed)
• When a person fails Stan-Eval, annotations made by SFMQ will be made on WPAFB SFS Form 1
• TMO/Trans assumes control over shipment after transported to gate
• The SFCC is a controlled area...who will NOT be given the combo? Contract Guards
• When responding to HAZMAT respond UPWIND/CROSSWIND
• FC's need to know there is a Hazmat checklist in the QRC's that are in the FC's vehicle (practical exercise)
• When taking a statement from an individual with broken hands, Security Forces can write the statement for them
• When PCS'ing/separating we are exempt from STAN-EVAL and Training 90 days out
• When we have a prisoner and needs to go to the hospital, flight chief will have a patrol escort them to the hospital
• If a prisoner is Maximum Custody, he will be escorted by SFS to appointments; any other time their home unit will supply an NCO or an officer to escort them to appointments
• Initial Cordon is 500 ft.
• A commander has 12 hrs to complete the report for a Covered Wagon
• What percentage of Flight can be on leave? 10%
• RVI procedures-ensure you grab CAC or DL


POST BRIEFING:

SFOB-1 Post Briefing

• Sir/Ma'am (rank/name) reports (call sign) all secure. Do you request a post briefing?
• My primary responsibility is: (refer to you SSI's)
• My post limits are: (refer to you SSI's)
• I am armed with a :
M-4 Carbine Rifle. The M-4 is a lightweight, air cooled, gas operated, magazine fed, shoulder fired weapon with 120 rounds of ball and tracer ammunition at a 4 to 1 ratio. The maximum effective ranges for my weapon is 500 for a point target and 600 meters for an area target. The maximum range for my weapon is approximately 3600 meters.
M-9, 9mm Pistol. The M-9 is a semi-automatic, magazine fed, recoil operated, single or double action weapon with 30 rounds of hollow point tipped ammunition. The maximum effective range is 50 meters. The maximum range is 1800 meters.


1. Deadly Force is authorized under conditions listed in AFI 31-207, Arming and use of Force, Use of Force model. (KNOW Your 6 Conditions for Deadly Force)
2. My primary means of communication is a portable hand held radio. Secondary means include landlines located in my area of response, hand and arm signals, whistle, flashlight, and as a last resort, my weapon fired three times, straight up in the air, in rapid succession.
3. My General Orders are:
• I will take charge of my post and protect personnel and property for which I am responsible for until properly relieved.
• I will report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce and call my superior in any case not covered by those instructions.
• I will sound the alarm in case of emergency

4. The current FPCON is: ______________. Exercise FPCON is: _____________.
5. My Area Supervisor is: call sign, rank, and name
6. This concludes my Post Briefing. Do you have any questions?

WEAPONS:

M-4 Carbine Rifle is a light weight, air-cooled, gas operated, magazine fed, shoulder fired weapon

Major Components: Upper receiver, Lower Receiver, Bolt Carrier Assembly

General Data:

a. Weight: 7.5 lbs.
b. Length: 33 inches
c. Rifling: 1/7 right hand twist

Operational Characteristics

a. Muzzle Velocity: 3,100 feet per second
b. Chamber Pressure: 52,000 pounds per square inch
c. Rate of Fire:
1. Sustained: 12-15 rounds per minute
2. Semi-Automatic: 45 rounds per minute
3. Three Round Burst: 90 rounds per minute
4. Cyclic: 700-970 rounds per minute

d. Maximum Effective Range:
1. Point Target: 500 meters
2. Area Target: 600 meters
3. Maximum Range: 3,600 meters

Immediate Actions (SPORTS)

a. Slap upward on the base of the magazine
b. Pull the charging handle to the rear
c. Observe the ejection port whether a cartridge or casing has been ejected, the chamber for obstructions, and that the chamber is clear.
d. Release the charging handle to chamber a new round
e. Tap the forward assist to ensure that the bolt to fully forward and locked
f. Shoot the weapon


M9, 9mm Pistol is a semi automatic, magazine fed, recoil operated, double action weapon

1. Major Components:
a. Slide and Barrel assembly
b. Recoil Spring and Recoil Spring Guide
c. Barrel and Locking Block Assembly
d. Receiver
e. Magazine

2. General Data:

a. Weight:
I. Pistol Unloaded: 33.86 oz.
II. Pistol Loaded: 40.89 oz.
b. Length: 8.54 inches
c. Sights: Fixed front and rear sights
d. Basic Load: Two 15 round magazines
e. Firing Characteristics:
I. Muzzle Velocity: 1230.3 feet per second
II. Muzzle Energy: 420 feet/lbs.
III. Chamber Pressure: 31,180 pounds per square inch
f. Types of Fire:
I. Double Action
II. Single Action
g. Ranges:
I. Maximum Effective Range: 50 meters
II. Maximum Range: 1800 meters