Police dog units and law enforcement specialties.
Law enforcement and security specialties.
Security and force protection elements.
Security teams and security elements.
Weapons storage area security.
The protection of personnel only.
Duties associated with physical security.
The typical police response to safeguard personnel and property.
Armored vehicle in support of base defense.
Additional security personnel.
Less military working dogs.
Revised security thinking.
Air Police were no longer posed on the perimeter of air bases.
Within 2 months, 149 additional canine teams were shipped to Vietnam.
Air Police leadership was no longer willing to use canines in base defense roles.
It had an adverse public reaction to what Air Force Air Police could accomplish.
Early redeployment from Vietnam.
Additional communications equipment
Opportunities to cross-train into other career fields.
Training in light infantry tactics and special weapons.
Formal technical training
Meeting Air Force Fitness standards
Receiving their full clothing allowance
Performing law enforcement functions
Communicating on the tactical radio
Performing security functions
Addressing each others
Symbol of Power
Distinctive hat worn worn only by Military Police
Military Police / Air Police brassard
4x4 laminated identification card
Air Police function badge
The base Education Office
Assuming the rank of SSgt
Awarding of the 5-skill level
Becoming eligible for the Weighted Airman Promotion System (WAPS) testing.
Code of Conduct only
SF General Orders only
Code of Conduct and SF General Orders
Performance Fitness Examination
Integrity and Behavior
Ethics and Attitude
Attitude and Behavior
Ethics and Integerty
Assistance to others
AFI 31-205, The Air Force Correction Program
AFI 31-206, Security Forces Investigation Program
AFI 31-207, Arming and Use of Force
AFI 31-301, Air Base Defense