Air Force Battlespace
Force Protection Battlespace
Objective, Unity of Command, Security, Restraint, Perseverance and Legitimacy
Objective, Unity of Command, and Security
Unity of Command and Security
The M4 is a 7.62-NATO, Machine gun, gas operated, hip fired weapon. It is designed to fire either semiautomatic or a three-round burst.
The M4 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 M4 is a 7.62-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 M4 is a 5.56-NATO, Machine gun, gas operated, hop fired weapon. It is designed to fire either semiautomatic or a three-round burst.
You are subject to administrative or judicial action.
You are subject to Lethal and Harmful actions.
Your supervisor is subject to administrative or judicial action.
Nothing, you will pull your regular duties as always.
Assaultive (bodily harm)
Assaultive (serious bodily harm/death)
Unity of Command
Subject Risk, Action Perception, Officer Response.
Officer Response, Subject Action, Risk Objection.
Subject Action, Risk Perception, Officer Response.
Officer Risk, Objection Response, Action Subject.
Army Air Force Base Security Battalions
Navy Air Force Base Security Battalions
Army Air Force Military Police
Office of the Air Provost Marshal
Civilians and Police Officers
Defense Schools and Air Council
Police and Security Functions
Police Academy and Security Functions
Perception of subject
Objection of perception
Perception of Risk
The Use of Force Model
The Level of Force Model
The Security Use Model
Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue.
Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Red.
Blue, Red, Orange, Brown, Green.
Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, White.
Department of Justice
Department of State
Department of Terrorist
Department of Concept
Non state supported
Professional perception, complaint, and cooperative controls
Tactical perception, complaint, and cooperative controls.
Threshold perception, resistant (active), and contact controls.
Harmful threat perception, assaultive (bodily harm), and defensive tactics.
A fleeing thief from escaping.
Someone from breaking into a house.
Someone from killing you or doing you serious bodily harm.
A traffic violator from fleeing out the installation gate.
Cost Center and Responsibility Center.
Allocation of funds and Responsibility Center.
Operating Budgets and Cost Center.
Only the Responsibility Center.