Card Set Information

2013-02-21 01:47:07

Show Answers:

  1. Define deadly force verbatim
    Force that a person uses causing, or that a person knows or should know would create a substantial risk of causing death or serious bodily harm
  2. What is the SECO and who is it?
    • Security officer
    • LT Callahan
  3. What is FPCON and how many are there?
    • Force protection condition
    • 5 total
    • Normal, A, B, C, D
  4. Name the 3 defense in depth zones.
    • Assessment
    • Warning
    • Threat
  5. Define terrorism
    Unlawful violence or threat of unlawful violence to increase fear
  6. Define counter-terrorism
    Offensively preventing, detouring and responding to terrorism
  7. Name a couple different types of terrorist threats
    • Assassination
    • Arson
    • Bombing
    • Hostage taking
    • Kidnapping
    • Hijacking-seizure
    • Seizure of important buildings or assets
    • Raids/ambush
    • Sabotage
    • Employment or weapons of mass destruction
    • Information warfare terrorism
  8. What does PPR stand for and what we they used for?
    • Per-planned response
    • Step by step procedures to counteract a threat
  9. What does ATO stand for? What is their job?
    • Anti-terrorism officer
    • Develops and manages the anti-terrorism program
  10. What does ATTWO stand for? What is their job?
    • Anti-terrorism tactical watch officer
    • Employs command assets to defend the unit against terrorist attacks
  11. What does COG stand for? What is their job?
    • Chief of the guard
    • Conduct guard mount and overseeing proper watch turn over
  12. What does RAM stand for and what are they used for?
    • Random anti-terrorism measures
    • Security measures serve to disguise the actual security procedures in effect
  13. What does ECP stand for?
    Entrance control point
  14. What does SRF stand for?
    Security reaction force
  15. What does NSF and ISF stand for?
    • Naval security force
    • In-port security force
  16. Explain FPCON alpha
    Threat of possible terrorist activity against personnel or facilities
  17. Explain FPCON bravo
    Increase or more predictable threat of terrorist activity
  18. Explain FPCON Charlie
    Incident occurs or intelligence is received indicating terrorist activity is likely
  19. Explain FPCON delta
    Immediate area where a terrorist attack has occurred or when intel is received that the attack on a specific person or location is imminent
  20. What is the purpose of defense in depth?
    • To weaken attack
    • Prevent observation by the enemy
    • Allow the commander to maneuver the reserve
  21. How many phases are in a typical terrorist operation?
  22. Terrorist operation: Phase 1
    Broad target selection
  23. Terrorist operation: Phase 2
    Intel gathering and surveillance
  24. Terrorist operation: Phase 3
    Specific target selection
  25. Terrorist operation: Phase 4
    Pre-attack surveillance and planning
  26. Terrorist operation: Phase 5
  27. Terrorist operation: Phase 6
    Actions on the objective
  28. Terrorist operation: Phase 7
    Escape and exploitation
  29. What does ISP stand for? What is its purpose?
    • In-port security plan
    • Developed whenever entering a port/airfield not located in the US navy installation
  30. Name a motivational category of terrorist
    • Separatist
    • Ethnocentric
    • Revolutionary
    • Nationalistic
  31. What does NVPZ stand for?
    Naval vessel protection zone
  32. What does BRF stand for?
    Basic reaction force
  33. What does TWG stand for?
    Threat working group
  34. What does AT stand for?
  35. What does ATEC stand for?
    At executive command
  36. What does ATWG stand for?
    Anti-terrorism working group
  37. What does SROE stand for?
    Standard rule of engagement
  38. What does CDO stand for?
    Command duty officer
  39. What does PRF stand for?
    Primary reaction force
  40. General Oder: 1
    To take charge of this post and all government property in view
  41. General Oder: 2
    To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert, and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing
  42. General Oder: 3
    To report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce
  43. General Oder: 4
    To repeat all calls from posts more distant from the guard house than my own
  44. General Oder: 5
    To quit my post only when properly relieved
  45. General Oder: 6
    To receive, obey and pass on to the sentry who relieves me, all orders from the CO, CDO, OOD, and officers and POOW only
  46. General Oder: 7
    To talk to no one except in the line of duty
  47. General Oder: 8
    To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder
  48. General Oder: 9
    To call the officer of the deck in any case not covered by instructions
  49. General Oder: 10
    To salute all officers and all colors and standards not cased
  50. General Oder: 11
    To be especially watchful at night, and during the time for challenging, to challenge all persons on or near my post and to allow no one to pass without proper authority