Kelly Field, TX.
Tinker Field, OK.
Camp Ripley, MN.
Camp Lajeune, NC.
Air Police School
Air Leaders School
Corp Training Office
Base Defense Academy
Identifies SF 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.
The 1041st SPS (Test).
The 4110th SPS (Test).
The 1401st SPS.
The 1140th SPS.
Weapons systems protective concept.
Aircraft protection system concept.
Air base defense protective system.
Whole-base protective system.
Police dog units and law enforcement specialties
Law enforcement and security specialties
Security and force protection elements
Security teams and security elements.
Operation URGENT FURY.
Operation FREE PANAMA.
Operation JUST CAUSE.
Rising Sun Program.
Noble Eagle Program.
Flying Falcon Program.
Phoenix Raven Program.
Operation ENDURING FREEDOM.
Operation INSPIRING FREEDOM.
Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.
Operation NOBLE EAGLE.
Be mission ready, resilient, and air minded.
Be knowledgeable in basic police and ground combat skills.
Be good followers, great leaders and the most rigorously trained defenders.
Protect, defend, and fight to enable AF, Joint, and Coalition mission success.
Falcon over crossed runways.
Eagle over crossed runways.
Falcon over crossed swords.
Eagle over crossed swords.
S–5/Plans and Programs.
Security Forces (SF) leader’s course.
Supply manager’s course.
SF craftsman resident course.
Security superintendent non-resident course.
Code of Conduct only.
SF General Orders only.
Performance Fitness Examination.
Code of Conduct and General Orders.
Fulfilling the mission.
B. Personal appearance.
C. Off-duty conduct.
D. Attention to duty.
B. Exercising authority.
C. Assistance to others.
D. Personal attitudes.
AFI 31–301, Air Base Defense.
B. AFI 31–205, The Air Force Corrections Program.
C. AFI 31–206, Security Forces Investigation Program.
D. AFI 31–117, Arming and Use of Force by Air Force Personnel.
1 to 2
3 to 5
6 to 8
9 to 10
A. Bioenvironmental Engineering Section.
b. Base Hazardous Waste Section.
C. Bioenvironmental Waste Section
D. Bioenvironmental Health Section.
b. employee work practices.
c. personal protective equipment usage.
D. housekeeping guidelines.
A. Search for weapons first.
B. Always, begin your search at the front pocket.
C. Always, conduct a precautionary check prior to searching.
D. Start searching for needles with an electromagnetic spectrometer.
A. defenders for defenders.
B. medical professionals for defenders.
C. base services for all AF personnel.
D. base operations for all AF personnel.
A. digestive and intestinal systems.
B. immune and psychological systems.
C. psychological and emotional systems.
D. sympathetic and parasympathetic systems.
B. Team members.
C. Family members.
D. Medical personnel.
A. Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
B. US Constitution.
C. Federal statutes.
D. International law.
A. Laws of Armed Conflict (LOAC).
B. Manual of Courts-Martial (MCM) Title 10 statutes.
C. Rules of Engagement (ROE).
D. Rules of war.
A. Article 77.
B. Article 5.
C. Article 2.
D. Article 1.
A. must be tried overseas.
B. is not subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).
C. can be tried overseas or stateside.
D. may choose to be court-martialed by a civilian authority.
A. concurrent, current, proprietary.
B. exclusive, bilateral, concurrent.
C. exclusive, concurrent, proprietary and multilateral.
D. exclusive, concurrent, proprietary, and reciprocal.
A. when the government has exclusive jurisdiction.
B. when partial jurisdiction exists.
C. under proprietary jurisdiction.
D. located in overseas areas.
A. state laws are not enforced.
B. the state has property rights only.
C. the federal government has no authority.
D. both the state and federal government have authority.
A. proprietary government.
B. military government.
C. nationalist regime.
D. military state.
A. Air Force.
B. Coast Guard.
A. Qualified and absolute.
B. Absolute and unqualified.
C. Qualified and concurrent.
D. Exclusive and absolute.
A. Military law.
Article 2 (2)
B. Article 5.
C. Article 92 (2).
D. Article 134.
A. Federal government.
B. State government.
C. Civilian companies.
D. Private citizens.
A. circumstances and facts.
B. witnesses and statements.
C. hearsay and rumors.
D. opinion and belief.
A. The legal office.
B. The Air Force Office of Special Investigation (AFOSI) office.
C. The base commander.
D. A Security Forces investigator.
A. psychological deterrent.
B. mobile flight-line force multiplier.
C. base defense detection capability.
D. replacement for base sensor systems.
A. First thing in the morning.
b. Thirty minutes after every meal.
C. During the day in very busy areas.
D. During darkness or limited visibility.
A. on leash.
B. off leash.
C. on long leash.
D. left in the vehicle.
A. front side or street side.
B. crosswind direction.
C. downwind side.
D. upwind side.
A. 100 yards.
B. 150 yards.
C. 200 yards or less.
D. 250 yards or more.
A. deter, detect, and detain intruders.
B. provide a psychological deterrent.
C. search vehicles and buildings.
D. act as back up on all calls.
A. search occupied buildings.
B. bite and hold multiple witnesses.
C. search unoccupied buildings and disperse crowds.
D. bite and hold a suspect or search an unoccupied building.
A. give a verbal warning stating you are about to release the dog.
B. loudly announce your intentions to order the dog to bite.
C. place the military working dog on a long leash.
D. have the dog bark three times.
A. allow another investigator to do the interview.
B. find out why the interviewee does not like him or her.
c. continue with the interview.
D. threaten the interviewee.
A. Have a second investigator present.
B. Reschedule when a same sex SF is available.
C. Continue the interview alone.
D. Stop the interview and release the witness as unreliable.
A. obtain statements by all means possible.
B. to obtain legally admissible statements.
C. interrogating suspects into confessions.
D. to gain written statements.
A. Reverse, direct, indirect.
B. Direct, indirect, and reverse.
C. Indirect, alternating, and straight.
D. Direct, indirect, and alternating.
A. Direct approach.
b. Indirect approach.
C. Alternating approach.
D. Good cop - Bad cop approach.
A. call the staff judge advocate.
B. get some tissues and continue.
C. wait an hour and continue.
d. terminate and reschedule.
A. to their spouse.
B. on their own recognizance.
c. to their supervisor, first sergeant, or commander.
D. to their commander, first sergeant, or staff judge advocate.
A. Ensure your opinion is heard and justice is served.
B. Make sure the accused goes to jail.
C. Make sure your testimony sounds real.
D. Tell the truth.
A. review the entire case file.
B. contact your lawyer for information.
C. wait for the trail to begin before preparing.
D. take some leave to clear your mind and get prepared.
A. Consolidate programs.
B. Maximize efficiency.
C. Increase computer usage.
D. Reduce resource allocation.
A. state identification cards.
B. retiree identifications cards.
C. dependent identification cards.
D. Department of Defense-issued identification.
A. Noncommissioned officer in charge (NCOIC), Training.
B. Staff judge advocate (SJA).
C. Unit training manager (UTM).
D. Installation defense force commander (DFC).
A. a security clearance.
B. a valid need to know.
C. appropriate credentials.
D. a vested interest in the case.
A. state and Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) requirements.
B. installation and major command (MAJCOM) requirements.
C. Security Forces Center and Air Force Office of Investigative (AFOSI) requirements.
D. Air Force Office of Investigative Services (AFOIS) requirements.
A. For Official Use Only (FOUO) Department of Defense classified.
B. FOUO Department of Defense sensitive.
C. FOUO Law Enforcement classified.
D. FOUO Law Enforcement sensitive.
C. Special skills.
D. Collective skills.
A. expeditionary skills training.
B. collective skills training.
C. individual skills training.
D. battlefield skills training.
A. One to three.
B. Three to six.
C. Five to seven.
D. Six to twelve.
A. Defense force commander.
B. Security forces manager.
C. Operations commander
D. Flight commander.
A. 48 months.
B. 24 months.
C. 12 months.
d. 6 months.
A. help them pass the time during duty hours.
B. have them practice their hand-to-hand combat training.
c. help them stay sharp and put their training into practice.
D. have them demonstrate their ability to keep the installation secure.
A. Location of the exercise.
B. Type of scenarios being evaluated.
C. How long the exercise will take.
D. Weapon, vehicle, and ground safety.
A. AF Form 626, Small Arms Hand Receipt.
B. AF Form 627, Small Arms Hand Receipt.
C. AF Form 628, Small Arms Hand Receipt.
D. AF Form 629, Small Arms Hand Receipt.
A. AF Form 522.
B. AF Form 629.
C. AF Form 797.
D. AF Form 1297.
A. Squadron leadership.
b. Geography of the base.
C. Local law enforcement.
D. Installation operating hours.
A. Hand and arm signals and base station remote.
B. Portable hand held radio.
C. Mobile two-way radio.
D. Base station.
A. To return entire transmission back to sender.
B. For use as an order, a request, or as information.
C. To separate the text from other portions of the message.
D. To simplify, clarify, and make communications more protected.
A. installation commander.
B. operations officer.
C. major command.
D. Chief, Security Forces.
B. in processing.
C. intelligence gathering.
D. proactive crime prevention.
A. Contact the Base Defense Operations Center BDOC and inform the controller of the incident.
B. Take cover in a position that allows you to observe the building.
C. Enter the building and conduct a room-to-room search for suspects.
D. Make contact with the on-duty K9 patrol and initiate an off-leash search.
A. Conduct a post changeover.
b. Test your radio and duress system.
C. Call Base Defense Operations Center (BDOC) and tell them you have arrived.
d. Change the radio station, store your gear, and relax.
B. Commercial radio.
C. Handcuffs with key.
D. Cold/foul weather gear.
A. Level 1 RCF.
B. Level 1 CF.
C. Level 2 CF.
D. Level 3 CF.
A. Naval Brigade.
B. Marine Corps.
C. Air Force.
A. Wing commander.
B. Security Forces manager.
C. Chief, Security Forces.
D. Installation commander and defense force commander.
A. pretrial detainees.
B. pretrial convicts.
C. post-trial confinees.
D. stand-by detainees.
A. Complete and frisk.
B. Simple and complete.
C. Initial and simple.
D. Complete and modest frisks.