Making our activities known to the enemy.
Keeping our activities unknown from enemy eavesdroppers.
Giving our enemies the run around.
None of the above.
On-duty supervisor and handler.
Chief, Security Forces.
The original copy
The printed copy
The second copy
The military working dog’s ability to see through thick fog and rainy conditions.
Detection capabilities during periods of limited visibility.
The team’s ability to work alone.
It’s quick response capability.
Put mud on it.
Place foliage on an in the barrel.
Wrap it with burlap garnishing or strips of dyed cloth.
Protect members of the apprehension team.
Dispersing the remaining crowd off-leash.
Biting and holding demonstrators.
Blend with its surroundings
Stand out from the wooded terrain.
Be easily applied and even more easily removed.
Be easily distinguished from non-camouflaged equipment.
To cover obstacles.
To tie-in with adjacent units.
Most likely mounted avenue of approach last.
On most likely dismounted avenue of approach first.
To gain information in order to establish the facts of a crime and to develop background information on specific crimes and/ or offenses.
To gain information to establish a story to use against the suspect in a court of law.
To gain information so you can understand why a crime has taken place.
To gain information so if the stories are different, you can edit ones statement.
Final protective line
Principle direction of fire
Code of Conduct
Title 10, US Code
Citizens right of arrest
Near and Close ambushes.
Far and Wide Ambushes.
Near and far ambushes.
Ready and Not ready ambushes.
Against a specific target at a predetermined location.
Against a large number in a large area.
When a target is determined.
The Internal Security Act of 1950
Title 18, Section 1385 US Code
The Manual for Courts-Martial
The M249 is a 5.56-mm, magazine-fed, gas-operated, shoulder-fired weapon. It is designed to fire either semiautomatic or a three-round burst through the use of a selector lever (SAFE, SEMI, and BURST).
The M249 is a semiautomatic, magazine-fed, recoil operated, double-action pistol, which is chambered for the 9mm NATO cartridge. The M249 weighs 31 ounces unloaded and 41 ounces loaded with a 15-round magazine.
The M249 is a lightweight, single-shot, breech-loaded, pump action, shoulder-fired weapon that is attached to the M16 and M4.
The M249 is a gas-operated, air-cooled, belt-and magazine-fed, automatic weapon that fires from the open-bolt position.
Tone down paint
Firing from the wrong shoulder
US Army military police
A. Officer response, and Force application
B. Risk perception, and Officer response.
C. Force application, and Level of force.
D. Risk perception, and Level of force.
In the “free gun” position.
In a fixed static position.
On a mobile platform.
Positioned on the ground.
Controlling entry to the area and the individual resource.
The security area of interest use of series patrolling to reduce threat.
Small areas that contain a nuclear weapon and are generally located inside a larger restricted or limited area.
Big areas that do not contain nuclear weapon and are generally inside a small area.
The RF consists of 10 personnel capable of responding to the scene within 3 minutes (10 in 3 response).
The RF consists of 15 personnel capable of responding to the scene within 5 minutes (15 in 5 response).
The RF consists of 15 personnel capable of responding to the scene within 2 minutes (15 in 2 response).
The RF consists of 10 personnel capable of responding to the scene within 5 minutes (10 in 5 response).
Seismic, magnetic, and active infrared (beam)
Passive Infrared (Heat)
Repeaters and Hand held displays
Break Wire Sensors
Contrast with the background
Regularity of Outline
Integrity and Behavior
Ethics and Attitude
Attitude and Behavior
Ethics and Integrity
5 meters in depth
10 meters in depth
15 meters in depth
20 meters in depth
Assistance to others
M193 tracer, M196 ball, M199 blank, M200 dummy, M855 tracer, M856 ball, M862 long range training ammunition (LRTA).
M862 long range training ammunition (LRTA), M193 ball, M196 tracer, M200 blank, M199 tracer, M856 dummy, M855 ball.
M193 ball, M196 tracer, M199 dummy, M200 blank, M855 ball, M856 tracer, M862 short range training ammunition (SRTA).
M864 short range training ammunition (SRTA), M194 ball, M187 tracer, M199 gummy, M854 ball, M867 tracer, M911 blank.
AF Form 52, Evidence Tag and AF form 1176, Authority to Search and Seize.
AF Form 1176, Authority to Search and Seize and AF Form 1364, Consent for Search and Seizure.
AF Form 1364, consent for Search and Seizure and AF Form 52, Evidence Tag.
AF Form 1364, Authority to Search and Seize and AF Form 1176, Consent for Search and Seizure.
Large outdoor areas
Small indoor areas
Large indoor areas
Small outdoor areas
The M9 is a semiautomatic, magazine-fed, recoil operated, double-action pistol, which is chambered for the 9mm NATO cartridge. The M9 weighs 31 ounces unloaded and 41 ounces loaded with a 15-round magazine.
The M9 is an automatic, magazine-fed, shoulder fired weapon. It is designed to fire either semiautomatic or a three-round burst through the use of a selector lever (SAFE, SEMI, BURST).
The M9 is a semiautomatic, magazine-fed, recoil operated, double-action weapon, which is chambered for the 10mm NATO cartridge. The M9 weighs 24 ounces unloaded and 31 ounces loaded with a 12-round magazine.
De-cock the launcher.
Replace transport safety strap.
Replace transport safety pin.
Remove spent ammunition cartridge.
Passive defense weapon
Active defense weapon
The UCMJ applies everywhere, whether on an airplane, ship, or overseas.
The UCMJ applies only in the states.
The UCMJ applies everywhere, whether on an airplane, ship, but not overseas.
The UCMJ applies only on a military installation.
The U.S. Constitution.
Uniform Code of Military Justice.
The service members fighting in war.
Bias motivation codes
Offense Statutory basis
Have a witness to the statement initial all questions and answers.
Have the person giving the statement initial after each question and answer.
You can’t do it; this technique is never authorized for security forces use on a statement.
Have the person giving the statement sign a written agreement to using this technique.
First person who noticed the property.
Person who initially received, obtained, or seized the property.
Badge not used
Authorized without badge
Charts and Forms
Staff Control Tools
Provides leadership and direction for squadron personnel. Ensures effective forces protection policies, procedures, resources and personnel are available to accomplish the mission.
Senior SF enlisted leader for the unit. Monitors unit functions and provides feed back to the commander on the status of unit operations, personnel and programs.
Evaluates unit personnel on readiness through written, oral, and performance testing. Develops and conducts evaluation scenarios for wing and squadron level exercises.
Serves as the liaison between the commander and the enlisted force. Ensures the commander’s policies are known and understood. Manages unit personnel programs.
Turn reset switch off and on.
Push reset switch in halfway.
Shake it or turn the unit upside down.
Wait thirty seconds for the unit to reset it self.
The terrain farthest from his or her position.
The terrain nearest to his or her position.
180 degree angle from the front flank.
90 degree angle from the rear flank.
Bilateral and multilateral agreements
Status or Forces Agreements
Connect the sketch of the position and the terrain feature with a barbed line from the feature to the gun.
Sketch in the limits of the primary sector of fire as assigned by your leader.
Sketch in the symbol for your weapon oriented on the most dangerous target within your sector.
Sketch your secondary sector of fire and label targets within it with the range in meters from your gun.
Taking control of personal effects.
Personally holding contraband evidence.
The taking of evidence by SF members for your personal use.
The taking of an item by authorities for evidence at courts-martial.
Commander having control over the area or person or property to be searched.
Chief Security Forces having control over the area or person to be searched.
Installation Chief Security Forces and Staff Judge Advocate.
Installation Commander and Staff Judge Advocate.
45 feet or 5 meters
55 feet or 10 meters
33 feet or 10 meters
65 feet or 5 meters
Security Forces Investigations
Office Special Investigations
Installation Security Council
Resource Protection Committee
Post close boundary sentries.
Radio frequency thermal imager (RFTI).
Employ immediate visual assessment sentry.
Wide area surveillance thermal imager (WSTI).
Special Purpose lighting
Very near infrared
The SF beret
The SF badge
The weapons that we carry on a daily bases.
Our BDUs and Boots.
The Air Force Security Forces Center
The Community College of the Air Force
Career Development Course
The Air Force Military Police Center
The back and forth sights
The side and rear sights
The front to back sights
The front and rear sights
M822ball, without cannelure, M832 ball, with cannelure, and the M817 dummy round.
M882 ball, with cannelure, M882 ball, without cannelure and the M917 dummy round.
M856 ball, without cannelure, M882 ball, with cannelure and the M200 blank round.
M855 tracer, with cannelure, M856 ball, without cannelure and the M917 dummy round.
Organize the facts
Evaluate the report
Proof read the report
Put the report together
AF Form 3545, Incident Report
AF Form 1315, Vehicle Accident Report.
DD Dorm 1920, Alcohol Incident Report.
AF Form 1168, Statement of Suspect/Witness/Complainant.
AF Form 52
AF Form 1176
Plain piece of paper
Section I, Observations
Section II, Performance Tests
Section III, Standardized Field Sobriety Testing
Section IV, Chemical Test Data
Lethal force weapon
Mine or booby-trap
Active force multiplier
Precision engagement weapon
Single or multiple priming.
Multiple or dual priming.
Single or dual priming.
Single, dual, and multiple priming.
Time is not an important element to consider when dealing with fragile evidence.
Do not try and keep extraneous articles out of the photographs.
Photograph all evidence before anything is moved or touched.
Take at least two photographs of each item of evidence.
The kennel master
The flight chief
The K-9 handler
The base SJA
Law enforcement, security and air base defense operations.
Neighborhoods, bases, and overseas locations.
Law enforcement, security for the weekends, and overseas locations.
Law enforcement, air base defense operations, and neighborhoods.
Always connect power from equipment.
Always disconnect power from equipment.
Never connect equipment to internal parts.
Always connect internal parts to equipment.
Watch for anyone coming around the scene.
Watch for any suspicious persons or vehicles leaving the area.
Watching for any other patrol making it on scene first.
For the weather, time, and to make sure you have all materials needed.
Their identification, uniforms, protective clothing (for bad weather and NBC environments), and chemical protective masks.
To make sure no one touches the scene.
To take as many pictures as you can.
To ask as many questions as you can.
To keep the scene in it’s original state as when you arrived.
Ask other people for information that they know.
Write detailed crime scene notes, take photographs, and complete a rough and finished sketch.
Don’t let anyone leave the scene, until you have their information.
Take cover, and observe your surroundings.
Base defense supply
Commanders support staff
The operations officer position
Intelligence analyst position
Supply and resupply
Radio/telephone operator duties
Jersey and Bitburg barriers
Water or sand filled plastic barriers