Base defense operations center (BDOC)
Point of insertion
Defeating level I threats, and disrupting or delaying level II threats in the tactical area of responsibility (TAOR) surrounding the air base.
Defeating level II threats , and disrupting or delaying level IV threats in the TAOR surrounding the air base.
Stalling level I threats, and disrupting or delaying level II threats in the TAOR surrounding the air base.
Defeating level II threats, and disrupting or delaying level I threats in the TAOR surrounding the air base.
S1 and S3
S2 and S4
S2 and S3
S3 and S4
The operations officer and staff.
First sergeant or section commander.
Intelligence officers and security forces investigators.
By rank and function.
By function and location.
By service component or function.
By service component and location
Lead host nation forces in defending and securing the rear area.
Sustain the campaign and major operations of the joint force.
Disaster relief operations.
Determine which other countries support their beliefs.
Ensure state funding would continue to finance cause.
Destroy as much property as possible in a short period.
Persuade US and/or foreign governments to change their policies.
Group leader, intelligence officer, explosive specialist, and weapons specialist.
Hard-core leadership, active cadre, active support, and passive support.
Hard-core cadre, submissive support, inactive leaders, and low support
Intelligence officer, inactive leaders, and active cadre
Before execution of attack.
Just before departing for the target sight.
One week prior to scheduled attack execution.
Never; terrorist team members do not conduct rehearsals.
State Department intelligence assessments, threat levels, and threat conditions (THREATCON)
Force Protection conditions (FPCONS), assessment factors, and threat levels
Intelligence gathering, threat level, and THREATCONs.
Criminal threat, FPCONS, and the CARVER matrix.
Communication security (COMSEC)
Computer security (COMPUSEC)
Information security (INFOSEC)
Operations security (OPSEC)
Support the OPSEC NCO in charge by ensuring the command or organization actively practices OPSEC.
Support the wing CC by ensuring the command or organization has an OPSEC program.
Support the CC by ensuring the command or organization actively practices OPSEC.
Prevent our communications from falling into the wrong hands.
At the earliest possible moment.
Only after the subordinate CC's have been notified
Only after the review and approval from higher-head quarters CCs
Never; CCs and planners should not have to identify any critical info.
The classified protection plan
Protecting sensitive information
The offensive FP plan
The defensive FP plan