Zone or sector
Strip and grid
Enter the building to prevent injury or damage.
Enter the building only to identify suspects.
Not enter until the flight chief arrives.
Not enter until you witness an assault.
So you can interrogate them alone to get the truth.
So you cannot distort each other’s impression.
So you can plea bargain with them
Distinctive hat worn only by Military Police.
Military Police/ Air Police brassard.
4x4 laminated identification card.
Air police function badge.
Accurate supplemental instructions.
Complete supplemental instructions.
Brief supplemental instructions.
Clear supplemental instructions.
Fairly accurate and speedy.
Concise and accurate.
Speedy and in-depth.
Speedy and simplistic.
Localized decoding procedures
Localized encoding procedures.
Attacking adversary information systems with viruses.
Neutralizing adversary information activities.
Randomly inspecting OPSEC programs.
Controlling the output of information.
Application of appropriate measures
Time phased classification
Period of time
Contact, internal, waterborne, insect and animal borne.
Contact, external, waterborne, insect and animal borne.
Contact, inhaling, waterborne, insect and animal borne.
Contact, intestinal, waterborne, insect and animal borne.
Not wearing socks.
Spraying your boots with Windex.
Not washing your pants bottoms.
Tucking your pants into the tops of your socks and boots.
133-154 MHz and 203-270 MHz receiver.
136-174 MHz and 403-470 MHz receiver.
139-194 MHz and 603-670 MHz receiver.
154-214 MHz and 803-870 MHz receiver.
Finding a good grounding location.
Inspecting the strap assembly.
Installing the power supply.
Setting up the operations tent.
Near the external loudspeaker.
10 feet from the generator unit.
Next to the battery recharger.
6 feet from the base station.
Providing dedicated response elements inside and outside the restricted area.
Posting sentries when IDS is not installed or operational.
Ensuring proper training of assigned personnel.
Posting external response force elements.
To protect the remaining nuclear weapons that have not been taken.
Let the response force and backup force handle the situation.
To setup base defense positions around the perimeter.
To assist in recapture and recovery operations.
Transmit letters and numbers.
Always transmit letters, not numbers.
Remember the last letter you receive must be even and set
Remember that the first three letters you pass or receive must be set letters.
So the next deployment squad doesn’t use it.
Leaving used wire makes future operations easier.
So that the enemy can use it or interfere with other operations.
So that you won’t have to figure out which wires are being used.
Too much money, divorce, and work problems.
Pending legal action, work problems, or having fun.
Loss of a loved one, mental health, and divorce.
Relationship difficulties, divorce, and going on vacation.
White blood cells
Cancer causing cells
Blood borne pathogens
Submersion in 6 inches of water
Selecting a wooded area for concealment.
Assembling the antenna mast anchors.
Selecting an unobstructed site.
Camouflaging the antenna.
Expected, possible and likely.
Likely, expected and observed.
Not likely, possible and expected.
Threat analysis, not likely and ambushes.
For headset use.
In desert climates.
When using giant voice connections.
For external programming of the portable radio communication (PRC) 139.
Lack of power
With the lead fire team.
At the rear of the formation.
Out in the front of the formation.
Between the first and second fire team.
Strip away 1 inch of insulation from the ends of the two wires.
Seat the handset firmly in the retaining cradle.
Adjust buzzer volume control knob to loud.
Turn the INT-EXT switch to INT.
Remove H60? PT from the cradle and wait for the operator to answer.
Press the press-to-talk switch and release to listen.
Place the INT/EXT switch to INT position.
Ensure the INT/EXT switch is on EXT.
Ring forward or ring back when extending off telephone circuits.
Provide connection for the operator’s telephone set.
Signal the called party when calls are extended.
Answer incoming calls.
Waterproof clothing bags
Change them frequently
Show of force
Foreign humanitarian assistance
Department of State
Department of Justice
Department of Defense
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Department of State
Department of Justice
Department of Defense
Central Intelligence Agency
Loaded chamber indicator.
Reset the firing pin block.
Secures the spoon
Holds the detonator
Used to secure the flare
Secures the safety clip holes
Execute basic movements.
Crawl for long periods of time.
Evade the enemy.
Protect defending units.
Slow the enemy’s advance.
Under no circumstances
Personal life and job
Personal life and nightclubs
Job and recreational activities
Job and off-duty employment
Finding the right stress medication
You can’t approach an area without being detected.
Observer looks directly at object for along period of time.
Observer can readily see movement of personnel or equipment.
Physical condition of the observer may affect power of observation.
Amn - SrA
SrA - SSgt
SSgt - TSgt
SrA - MSgt
Mid-range employment and delay element for throwing.
Long employment range, medium casualty radius, and safe throwing.
Short employment range, small casualty radius, and delay element permits safe throwing.
Medium employment range, short casualty radius, and delay element permits safe throwing.
Receive firearms training based their duty tasking.
Receive firearms training based their rank and status.
Receive firearms training based on use of force requirements.
Receive firearms training based their assigned arming group (Group A & B)
AFI 31-201, Security Police Procedures.
AFI 31-101, Installation Security Programs.
AFMAN 31-201, Volume 1, Security Forces History and Organization.
AFMAN 36-2226, Volume 1, Combat Arms Training Programs, Individual Weapons.
AF Form 522 Ground Weapon Training Data.
AF Form 629, Small Arms Hand Receipt.
AF Form 797, Job Qualification Standard.
AF Form 1297, Temporary Issue Receipt.
Springing loose if the safety pin assembly is accidentally removed.
Accidentally breaking loose if dropped inadvertently.
Accidentally arming the grenade when being removed.
Springing open if the safety pin is damaged.
Shoulder, sitting, and only prone position.
Sitting, kneeling, and over barricade position.
Standing, kneeling, and over barricade position.
Shoulder, standing, sitting, prone position, and kneeling.
Aids in transmitting and reception.
Clarify understanding of the message being sent.
Distract and confuse unauthorized listeners.
Shorten sending time and to simplify clear reception.
Are of the same sex as inmate.
Are of opposite sex of the inmate.
Have unfavorable information file.
Are personally involved with the inmate.
Support the tactical plan
Constructed in depth
Covered by observation and fire
Employed for surprise
One line at the structure or exposed resources.
Two lines at the restricted area boundary only.
One line at the restricted area boundary and one line at the structure.
Two lines at the restricted area boundary and two lines at the structure.
Pretrial detainee, post-trial inmates, or casual.
Pretrial detainee or post-trail detainee.
Post-trial inmate or trial inmate.
Pretrial casual or casual.
24 hours or the next duty day.
72 hours or as soon as possible.
Weapons cleaning brush
M240B machine gun
10 meters from the front.
In front of the team leader.
50 meters behind the lead fire team.
100 meters behind the lead fire team.
One by one
Two at a time.
One every five minutes.
In a group.
After all clear is sounded
It can be used around sensitive resources such as fuels, aircraft, and equipment.
Entry controllers can stop or slow down vehicles.
Of its close quarters capabilities.
Of its psychological effect.
Make use of natural cover and concealment.
Park on a ridge or crest to prevent silhouetting.
Drive slowly and deliberately down dark roads.
Use camouflage paint to break up vehicle outline.
Linear and L-shaped
Linear and column
Column and flight
Deep and liner
A. Upon the squad leader’s discretion.
When signaled to do so by the flight leader.
Before the force leader clears the kill zone.
After the assault element clears the kill zone.
Disengaging away from the enemy.
Retreating to a safe place on the flank.
Organized movement to the rear or away from the enemy.
Unorganized movement to the rear or away from the enemy.