The first duty day following completion.
Within 30 days of completion.
72 hours after completion.
48 hours after completion.
Security force members.
Immediate visual assessment sentries
Close boundary sentry.
Immediate visual assessment sentries.
Close boundary sentry.
Close boundary sentries.
Assess exterior IDS by line-of-sight or CCTV.
Act as a subordinate C3 center for security forces posted during normal operations.
Control entry into structures, alert shelters and individual resources protected with IDS when alarm monitor do not exist in the designated area.
Assess the interior facility to ensure all IDS and C3 centers for security forces meet with higher headquarters requirements for designated areas.
Security entry identifier.
Security experience index.
Special delivery identifier.
Special experience identifier.
Existing resources capable of deploying, avoiding unnecessarily inspecting the UMD.
Manpower critical resources that meet the average requirements for a contingency as well as manage needs.
Existing resources that meet unique circumstances, contingency requirements, or management needs.
How many of one specialty is assigned to one squadron.
SFT, SFO and SFL.
SFO, SFOA and SFT.
SFO, SFT and SFA.
SFS, CSF and SFM.
Report of survey office of investigation.
Air Force office of investigation.
Security forces training team.
Security forces investigations.
Security systems operators.
Electronic security systems.
Coordinates with maintenance personnel, civil engineers, and base supply to ensure facilities and equipment are properly maintained.
Monitors both delays in finishing qualification training and progress in skill-level upgrade training.
Identifies local training needs and trains unit personnel to meet mission requirements.
Informs Stan-Eval that individuals have completed their qualification training.
Reports and analysis.
Enforce military laws and regulations.
Detect classified information.
Suppress illegal drug use.
OUT and IN.
SIT and STAY.
OUT and HEEL.
STAY and HEEL.
In low contact areas, so they don’t give away your position to the enemy by barking.
Upwind of all positions in your sector, in order to maximize there smelling capability.
At key vantage points and avenues of approach to deny entry to unauthorized persons.
Downwind of all personnel, so that there is no scent confusion between you and the enemy.
Location and size of area.
Time and terrain features.
Wind speed and direction.
Experience of canine and handler.
Increases psychological protection by preventing a routine patrol pattern.
Decreases the patrols you would normally have to post per shift.
Allows the MWD team to relieve others posts for breaks.
Makes it easy to perform post checks on the team.
Wind direction doesn’t matter.
Danger to the canine.
Time left in patrol shift.
Type and size of building.
Weather conditions just prior to the search.
They should be tolerant of people.
They should not be used often in daylight hours.
The presence of a large number of people should not significantly reduce the dog’s usefulness.
Patrol dogs should be able to walk among people, stand guardmount, and show no outward sign of aggression.
During daylight hours – they can use sight and sound.
During darkness or limited visibility with few distractions.
High traffic areas where there are many bystanders and several distractions.
During periods of dense fog and darkness, to heighten their psychological effect.
On the back seat with its head out of the window while the vehicle is moving.
In a portable kennel in the bed of a pickup truck.
Off leash on the front or rear seat of the vehicle.
On leash, laying down on the back seat.
AF Forms 629 and 1297.
AF Forms 629 and 1473.
AF Forms 1297 and 1473.
AF Forms 1437 and 1279.
Just prior to any outside agency inspection of the armory and its programs.
After firing, during inclement weather, or on a regular basis as needed.
Before firing, after a three day break, and when directed by the armory.
Weapons are only cleaned by armory personnel.
Only installations with a flying mission are required to develop an ISP.
The base commander determines whether the installation requires an ISP or not.
All installations having or supporting protection level resources must establish a plan.
Installations located overseas are required to have an ISP to coincide with local procedures.
Wing plans and programs section.
Installation security police chief.
Threat estimate, a terrain and weather analysis of the installation and its surroundings.
Assessment of the installation’s vulnerability to terrorist acts or sabotage.
A cost assessment of anti-terrorism equipment.
An estimate of support from friendly forces.
Personnel who can demonstrate a need to know.
Personnel who have requested a Freedom of Information Act request.
Cleared personnel who need the information to perform official duties.
An individual who has the appropriate clearance to view the material in question.
Alarmed areas affording protection equal to or better than the other approved options.
Class A vault or vault-type room as prescribed by Air Force guidance.
Two-person concept, guarding the material behind a locked door.
GSA-approved security container.
Only the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Only MAJCOM commanders.
Only wing commanders.
Determine which branch of service requires the most funding to complete the mission.
Ensure an equitable distribution of the president’s budget for the next fiscal year.
Determine what type of budget Congress is up against when their session starts.
Ensure the Air Force is allowed to purchase adequate aircraft and munitions.
Public address system.
Set of keys hidden in the dash.
SF badges applied to both the front doors.
Emergency lights, floodlights, and mobile radios.
Portable emergency lights, magnetic signs, and a public address system.
A cage installed between the front and rear seats to transport a MWD.
Immediately secure the area.
Search for suspicious individuals.
Search the exterior for open doors or windows.
The first element stands fast and automatically executes dress right at a normal interval (arm’s length). Each succeeding element also stands fast and automatically executes a dress right.
The last element stands fast and automatically executes dress right at a normal interval (arm’s length). Each succeeding element in front of them takes two, four, or six paces, respectively, forward, halts, and automatically executes a dress right.
The last element stands fast and automatically executes a dress right at a normal interval (arm’s length). Each succeeding element in front of them takes one, two, or three paces, respectively, forward, halts, and automatically executes a dress right.
The first element takes three paces forward and automatically executes dress right at a normal interval (arm’s length). Each succeeding element in front of them takes none, one, or two paces, respectively, forward, halts, and automatically executes a dress right.
When the remarks of the inspecting official are completed.
Immediately after the forth rank has been inspected.
At the completion of the guardmount briefing.
Upon departure of the inspecting official.
Fit for duty.
Prepared to present a post briefing.
Complying with appearance directives.
In possession of all required equipment.
Flight TDY/leave schedule.
Flight moral high.
Duty position assignments limited.
The same highly skilled person at the same post.
A new flight member focused on a particular duty position.
Precedence, from least important to most important, as outlined in the ISI.
Precedence as outlined in ISP.
Rank precedence as outlined in the ISP.
Precedence as outlined in the ISI.
Length and neatness.
Simplicity and directness.
Correct details and factual statements.
Clear statements and proper grammar.
Unit training section.
Chief of security forces.
Senior security forces NCOs.
HQ Air Force Security Forces Center.
Unit training section.
Senior security forces NCOs.
HQ Air Force Security Forces Center.
Ground combat skills.
Would have no effect as long as the investigator was informed.
Could cause the investigator to reach false conclusions about the crime.
Could be beneficial to have all evidence collected and placed in a central location.
Would have no effect and allow the crime scene to be investigated quicker and a suspect found faster.
Photographs to be taken.
Responding patrols to better piece together events.
The investigator to review the scene exactly as it was upon discovery.
The investigator to perform advisement of rights to personnel at the scene.
Interferes with the ongoing investigation.
Allows for a fair share of the responsibilities within your flight.
Adds realism to the training environment for a new patrol officer.
Brings fresh eyes to the crime scene without any bias from victims, witnesses, or suspects.
Prior to arriving on scene.
During the initial briefing.
While conducting a search.
During the preliminary visual examination.
Number of personnel available.
Size of the item to be found.
Amount of time available.
Area to be covered.
The amount of time necessary to obtain a confession.
There is no time limit set on an interview.
No more than 30 minutes.
No more than 60 minutes.
At least three and one should be of the same sex.
You are only required to have one investigator.
As many as it takes to intimidate the suspect.
An interview is limited to two investigators.
Seek CSP advice.
Seek ADC advice.
Seek SJA advice.
Question them with a witness.
Let another investigator conduct the interview.
Nothing because the suspect does not have to like you.
Step out for a few minutes to let the suspect calm down.
Place them in a holding cell until they are ready to continue.
First time offender.
An admission of guilt that is a self-incriminating statement.
Any statement made by the accused as to the elements of a crime.
A complete acknowledgement of guilt of all elements of an offense.
An involuntary comment made by the accused pertaining to criminal activity.
Tact, poise, and self-assurance.
Tact, poise, and self-confidence.
Reliance, poise, and self-confidence.
Cockiness, poise, and self-confidence.
Flight commander and supervisor.
Flight chief and flight commander.
Flight chief and senior patrol officer.
Flight commander and operations superintendent.
Call a lawyer.
Get their story straight.
Conceal evidence of a crime.
Looking for an escape.
Cold and wants a jacket.
Hiding an injured family member or a weapon.
Lack of medical care.
Signs of impoverishment.
Insufficient clothing, lack of supervision.
An intense financial trauma.
An intense physical trauma.
A serious violent crime.
An emotional trauma.
Calm, positive, and helpful.
Agitated, positive, and helpful.
Uncaring, bothered, and hurried.
Aggressive, hostile, and immediate.
A case review.
An additional interviews.
A follow-up investigation.
Reviewing and analyzing all previous reports prepared.
Identifying and apprehending suspects.
Conducting additional interviews.
Collecting physical evidence.
Rules for courts-martial (RCM) 302(c) and Article 7b, UCMJ.
AF Form 3226, Authority to Apprehend in Private Dwelling.
Title 18, United States Code, and the US Constitution.
US Constitution and RCM 302(c).
Law enforcement desk.
Downwind or crosswind.
Crosswind or sidewind.
Upwind or downwind.
Upwind or crosswind.
The hostage negotiation team is attempting to make contact.
Most of the traveling occurs, after the hostage is abducted.
The hostage takers are still going through a panic reaction.
All deals are made for the release of the hostages.