During the space-available roll call.
When the passenger checks in with an agent as present.
During the arrival briefing over the public address system.
When the passenger arrives at the security/inspection area.
Passengers are never authorized to proceed directly to the aircraft and bypass the passenger terminal.
The Air Terminal Operations Center will call Security Forces personnel to conduct the inspection at the aircraft.
Passenger service personnel will be summoned to the aircraft with a handheld magnetometer to conduct the inspection.
The aircraft commander will provide an inspection and give the required documentation to passenger service personnel.
After they present their weapons training card to passenger terminal personnel.
When engaging an enemy force immediately after airdropping or landing.
After the loadmaster has verified the serial number from the weapon.
When the troop commander authorizes them in writing.
Show a copy of their identification (ID) card and valid travel orders.
Stand with their feet apart and their hands out to the sides.
Empty their bags onto the x-ray machine.
Empty their pockets into a small try.
Silence the walk-through magnetometer and allow them to pass through again.
Screen them using the hand-held metal detector.
Notify security forces personnel.
Remove them from the flight.
Instruct the passenger to assume the position.
Identify the source of the detector's activation.
Tell the passenger why and how you will conduct the inspection.
Allow the detector to warm up before scanning the passenger's back.
Head, followed by the outline of the body, the front, and then the back.
Feet, followed by the outline of the body, the front, and then the back.
Head, followed by the front and then the back.
Feet, followed by the front and then the back.
And then you simply re-scan the area the item was removed from.
Show it to you and replace it, and then you simply continue scanning the entire body.
You re-scan the area the item was removed from, and re-accomplish a scan of the entire body.
Before you re-scan the area the item was removed from, and then have them enter the walk-through magnetometer.
Contacting their unit to request a character reference and authorization to travel without screening.
Waiving their right to anti-hijacking privileges using a Department of Defense (DOD) Form 2093.
Consenting to a frisk by security forces personnel or sign an anti-hijacking waiver.
Consenting to a frisk by security forces personnel or be denied boarding.
Calibration and a significat warm up.
Samples from the sample traps.
A passenger doesn't have the proper travel authorizations.
You notice anything suspicious or find an undeclared weapon or other dangerous article.
A passenger declares a weapon in his or her checked baggage before placing the bag on the x-ray machine.
You are screening a passenger who is authorized to carry a loaded weapon and the walk-through magnetometer alarms.
Internal and external.
Proximal and distant.
Verbal and nonverbal.
Outbound and inbound.
Dressing and grooming yourself appropriately.
Choosing your words very carefully.
Speaking slowly and loud enough.
Enunciating your words clearly.
30 seconds to one minute.
Two or three minutes.
Four to five minutes.
Five to six minutes.
Clear customs while traveling from overseas to the Continental United States (CONUS).
Comment on the service they received while traveling within AMC.
Obtain border clearance requirements while traveling overseas.
Sign up on the space available register.
Ensure they have all been downloaded from the aircraft and have all of their hand-carried items secure.
Prepare yourself so you know exactly which information you need to brief them about the subject.
Place an AMC Form 29 on their baggage and deny them access until the reach teir destination.
Open another counter to help more passengers get through the processing line.
After attempting to look up the information, give your best educated guess.
Refer them to the regulation that governs their travel.
Provide them with the passenger terminal website.
Seek help from your supervisor.
A leave form or pass, official military orders, a passport, and visas only.
Official military orders, a passport, visas, and AMC Form 30-FCG only.
A leave form or pass, official military orders, a passport, visas and vaccination records only.
Official military orders, a passport, visas, vaccination record, and an AMC Form 30-FCG only.
Your rank, name, mission number, and destination of the flight.
Give them operational details about a flight that may make them uncomfortable.
Tell them to be travel ready and let them know when you change space-available categories.
Give them a brief explanation of the roll call process to include categories and date and time of sign-up.
Participating in school activities during the school year.
Traveling on temporary duty accompanied by the sponsor.
Unaccompanied on ordinary leave traveling accompanied.
Issued official travel orders under emergency leave conditions.
Name, grade, and social security number.
Unit, major command, and unit address.
If dependent travel is authorized and priority of travel.
Signature of the unit commander and clear text address.
Tendency, ingenuity, and deftness.
Suitability, reliability, and proficiency.
Capacity, presence, creativity, and ineffectiveness.
Presence, currency, accuracy, and completeness.
CONUS to CONUS only.
CONUS to overseas only.
Overseas to overseas only.
Overseas to CONUS only.