Military Aviation Companies.
Air Provost Marshal.
Military Police Guard Companies
Air Police Companies
Army Air Force.
Air Police school.
Air Leaders school.
Corp training office.
Base Defense academy.
Commanders relocated them to provide logistics support the naval forces.
They were suddenly overrun by the enemy.
Air base personnel merged with and assisted troops on the front lines.
Nothing, because they were too far from the front lines to assist.
Was renamed Security Police units.
Was reorganized under services support.
Received increased funding for deployments.
Was redesignated Security Forces.
You are wearing your mess dress only.
Authorized by the wing commander.
Directed by the Chief, Security Forces.
Doing so enhances the career field image.
Eagle over crossed runways.
Falcon over crossed swords.
Falcon over crossed runways.
Eagle over crossed M–16A2s.
Other personnel need to readily identify SF members during crisis situations.
Without these items, they could be misunderstood for enemy personnel during time of war.
Hey work in adverse weather conditions and these uniform items keep them warm and dry.
They work with weapons.
Identifies us to foreign forces as Security personnel.
Is a distinguishing uniform item designed to deter aggression.
Identifies SF as an elite group charged with protecting the Air Force worldwide.
Is directly related to the special forces beret and patches used during the Vietnam war.
Tilted slightly to the rear.
1 inch above the eyebrows.
1 inch above the tip of the nose.
1–1/2 inches above the eyebrows.
Security Forces (SF) leaders’ course.
SF Journeyman career development course.
Law Enforcement 101 through the Community College of the Air Force.
Testing for your career development courses.
Assuming the rank of staff sergeant
Receiving the award of the 5-skill level.
Becoming eligible for Weighted Airman Promotion System testing.
War and as a prisoner of war
Military operations other than war.
Artciles of War
General Order 10
Principles of COnduct
AFI 31–205, The Air Force Corrections Program
AFI 31–206, Security Forces Investigation Program
AFI 31–207, Arming and Use of Force by Air Force Personnel
AFI 31–301, Air Base Defense
Chief, Security Forces
An exclusion area
A launch facility flight
A limited area
A missile alert facility
Status of Forces Agreements.
Bilateral and multilateral agreements