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SF Block III
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Failure to obey
False Official Statement
Damage/loss of military property
Destruction of private property
Drunken or reckless driving
Drunk on duty
Wrongful use of controlled substance
Provoking speeches and gestures
Article Form 1176
Authority to Search. Has to be to completed within 3 duty days.
Defense Force Commander
Weakens immune system and leads to AIDs
Causes an infection of the liver and can survive for one week in dried blood on a surface.
Has been found all over the world, and can be transmitted most efficiently through exposure to blood.
Four ways diseases are transmitted
Parenteral Exposure, mucous membrane, sexual contact, and infected women.
Transportation of Subject
Departure Vehicle, location, time, starting odometer reading, ending odometer reading along with the end time and end location. ( FOR ACCOUNTABILITY )
Defense intelligence agency sets the terrorist threat levels for all countries.
Article Form 1364
Consent to search
DD Form 1408
Minor traffic offenses (point for military members)
AF Form 1168
Rights advisement for juveniles need parent, guardian or SJA present
DD Form 1805
Used for citing civilians for crimes.
Can apprehend military members.
Two Types of Scanners
MC9090 and MC75
Which scanner do we use?
How far away do you hold the card to scan it?
Defense Biometric Identification System
Article 120 UCMJ
Crimes of Sexual Assault
Authorization to Search
Express permission, written or oral, issued by competent military authority to search person or area for specific property or evidence for a specific person and to seize such property, evidence of person.
AF FM 52
Detailed evidence tag
Random vehicle inspections ordered by the installation commander.
DD Form 2701
Initial information for victims and witnesses of crime
DD Form 1920
Alcohol Incident Report (primarily used for DUIs) the apprehending defender will complete the form
Depersonalize and remain professional at all times
Encourage to vent
Facts to collect and stick to
Understand feelings and be empathetic
Suggest solutions (chaplain, first sergeant, SARC)
End on a positive note
U.S. Congress enacted Posse Comitatus Act
Posse Comitatus Act
Limiting the Army to enforce civilian law
Who can enact martial law?
Congress or POTUS
Qualified Martial Law
Military helps civilian law, but they still have control over its functions.
Absolute Martial Law
Military authority totally replaces civil authority including courts.
Terrorist Threat Levels
Low, moderate, significant, high
No group is detected or activity is non-threatening
Terrorists are present but there are no indicators of terrorist activity
Anti US terrorists are present and attack personnel with preferred method. Operational environment is neutral. (The US)
Anti US terrorists are operationally active and use large casualty producing attacks. Large DOD presence and operating environment favors terrorists.
Four Factors of Terrorist Threat Levels
Operational capability, intentions, activity, operating environment.
Focuses on the attack methods used by the group
The stated desire or history of terrorist attacks against the US and it's interests
Assessment of the actions the group is conducting and whether or not that activity is focused on attack prep
The overall political, economical, and military stability of the country
Applies when there is a general global threat of possible terrorist activity but it warrants only a routine security posture
Describes a general threat of terrorist activity the nature and the extent of which are unpredictable against personnel and facilities
Applies when there is an increased and more predictable threat of terrorist activity exists
Applies when an incident has occurred or intelligence is received indicating that some form of terrorist actions is imminent.
Applies when a terrorist attack has occurred or when intelligence indicates imminent terrorist action against a specific location. Localized condition (applies to specific base)
Area containing one or more nuclear weapons
Area containing one or more exclusion areas.
5 d's of Defense in Depth Approach
Deter, detect, delay, deny, defeat.
Preventing through fear of the consequences. Fear of threat of counteraction.
Achieved through human, animal, and electronic means
Done through active and or passive security measures and barriers
Achieved by a security system or devices that prevent an intruder or adversary from gaining unauthorized access
Response by trained and equipped forces to immediately defeat an opposing adversarial force that is attempting to or has gained unauthorized access to nuclear weapons.
Nuclear Weapon Security Standard (NWSS)
Denial of unauthorized access to nuclear weapons aids to prevent loss of custody and to prevent, to maximum extent possible, radiological contamination by unauthorized acts.
Take back nukes that were stolen still in area.
Take nukes back that have been taken out of the area.
Assess, final denial, control, immediate sufficient duress, assault, restore government control.
Immediately determine the level of access an enemy force has achieved or physical proximity in relation to areas containing nuclear resources.
The last line of defense prior to an adversary gaining unauthorized access to nuclear weapons achieved through weapons of fire. (Can occur at any point of the AFCIA-R process
Goal is to optimize available weapons fire and maneuverability through aggressive means to gain and maintain superiority in the defined battle space.
Immediate Sufficient Duress (ISD)
Actions proportional to threat that disrupt the adversary and delay them from meaningful work. Achieved through use of smoke, CS gas, weapon fire, or any other possible means to disrupt enemy actions.
Action taken by SF to neutralize persons in the area surrounding the weapon system using violence of action coupled with sound tactics are paramount.
Restore Government Control
Regaining possession of resources and locations containing nuclear weapons and ensuring the two person concept is placed either physically next to nuclear weapons or at the entry point containing nuclear weapons.
Usually upon request, when a security-threatening condition exists that cannot be corrected. Would be an extreme cost to correct.
Units request, when a correctable, security threatening condition exists that is not compliant with the AFI. Have to be approved no longer than 12 months.
AF FM 116
Documents deviations from security
Integrative Defense Plan (IDP)
Outlines weakness of the base, where security forces requires to be associated with those weaknesses, and how we meet these standards.
Who takes over nuclear accidents/incident investigations?
National Defense Area (NDA)
Temporary military authority over property if plane has to land for example. Only until resource such as a nuke can be retrieved and moved. (NOT USED OVERSEAS)
Stop Check Pass
Used when there is an immediate need to locate individuals who might be entering or exiting the installation. SF members must know the physical and vehicle description of individuals involved.
The term used to establish whether state or federal government has the authority to prosecute. The authority, capacity, power or right to apply the law with the right to charge a person with an offense, right to bring a person to trial in court, and the right to make a final determination through courts of appeal.
What gives SF Authority to Apprehend?
MCM 302(b)(1) and UCMJ Article 7(b)
Who has the authority to administer oaths?
Officers, NCOs, on duty SF, or SF Augmentation duty personnel.
Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Has jurisdiction over the offense that is not prohibited by federal criminal code or any state or local code. (UCMJ for example)
Jurisdiction over the offender or accused is subject to the UCMJ at the time of the offense and at the time of trial.
Federal government has sole authority to enforce law on installation. Will be tried under federal court system. Offenses that are exclusively government (UCMJ) charges cannot be prosecuted through any state court system.
Federal and state government retain their legislative authority and can prosecute offenses.
The power if all four branches of DOD to resolve a case through court martial over all persons under article 2 UCMJ.
U.S. has the same rights as property owner. (Ex. NDA) only federal laws that can be sited are those offenses that are exclusively federal in nature.
The body of laws of a state or nation regulating ordinary private matters. (Ex. Dispute over money)
Who is authorization to search granted by?
The commander or military judge.
Common signs of impaired driving
Slow/fast speeds, hugging road lines, swerving, windows down during cold or inclement weather.
When in contact:
Odor of alcohol, slurred speech, blood shot eyes, soiled or messy appearance, or slow reactions.
Three elements established for tort action
Was the officer under a legal duty to act? Did they breach their duty? Did the plaintiff suffer injury or loss due to this breach?
National Incident Management System
Provides a consistent and nation-wide approach for federal, state, local, and tribal governments to communicate and helps private sector and non-governmental agencies to work effectively and efficiently together.
Air Force Incident Management System
Developed to ensure compliance and consistency with presidential, DOD, and Air Force directives. The objective is to implement a single management system and used to organize and direct emergency response forces.
Phases of Incident Management
Intelligence collection and analysis, active defense, fire and disease prevention.
Planning, training, and exercises.
Includes actions to respond to an incident which could include implementing response plans and checklists/installation warning system.
Implementing casualty treatment, UXO retrieval, facility restoration, airfield repair. Planning actions begin as soon as possible to ensure mission sustainability and restoration to normal operations.
Ongoing process considered to be a part of every phase of incident management. Used to reduce or eliminate risks to persons.
Incident Management Teams (IMT)
State or regional
Discipline or large jurisdiction specific
Crisis Action Team
Emergency operation center
Unit control center
Senior military representative
Integrated Defense Concepts
Critical infrastructure program
Active Defense Measures
Patrolling and ID card checks
Passive Defense Measure
Armor, camo, fortification
PL 1 Resources
Assets for which loss, theft, misuse, compromise or damage result in catastrophic consequences for the nation.
PL 2 Resources
Assets for which the loss, theft, misuse, compromise and damage results in significant degradation to the war fighting capability of the US.
PL 3 Resources
assets for which loss, theft, misuse, compromise, damage or destruction results in mission degradation to the war fighting capability of the US
PL 4 Resources
operational assets or mission support assets that directly or indirectly support power projection assets and the war fighting mission which loss, theft, misuse, compromise or destruction would adversely affect mission capability.
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