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                         FOR

    SECURITY REACTION FORCE - ADVANCED

                     A-830-0396
               (Revision “A”, Change 1)




                   PREPARED FOR

       Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR)
1575 Gator Boulevard, Suite 338, Norfolk, VA 23521-2751


                   PREPARED BY


       Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR)
1575 Gator Boulevard, Suite 338, Norfolk, VA 23521-2751



                     13 July 2009
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                  LETTER OF PROMULGATION




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                                         CHANGE RECORD

No.                  Description of Change                           Entered By             Date
1.       Deleted Night Vision Devices from RRL.               William Goodnoh          13 July 2009
         Deleted VX-921 Radio from RRL                        Functional Team Leader
         Deleted V4-EX2VJ5 Headset from RRL                   DSN 253-5225
         Add Standard Eye Protection KIM-08132 and
          KIM-08134 to RRL
         Change periods 15 and 16 to Transition Shooting-
          Simunition (SOL)
         Change periods 17 to Job Sheet 1-3-2
         Change periods 18 to Job Sheet 1-3-3
         Change periods 19 to Job Sheet 1-3-4
         Change periods 20 to Job Sheet 1-3-5
         Change periods 21 to Job Sheet 1-3-6
         Change periods 22 to Job Sheet 1-3-7
         Change periods 23 and 24 to Tactical Team
          Movements Job Sheet 1-6-8
         Change periods 25 and 26 to Transition
          Shooting/w Tactical Light-Dry
         Change periods 67 to 74 to Performance Test #4 and
          #5




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                                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS

Contents                                                                                                                        Page

Letter of Promulgation......................................................................................................... i
Change Record ................................................................................................................... ii
Table of Contents .............................................................................................................. iii
Foreword ..............................................................................................................................1
Course Data .........................................................................................................................2
Trainee Data ........................................................................................................................7
Course Terminal Objectives ................................................................................................8
Curriculum Outline of Instruction .......................................................................................9

ANNEX A: Resource Requirements List ...................................................................... A-1
ANNEX B: Course Master Schedule .............................................................................B-1




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                                        FOREWORD

         This course is designed to teach advanced knowledge and skills sets needed to execute
the responsibilities of a Reaction Force Leader (RFL) and/or Backup Reaction Force (BRF)
member. The course is taught at multiple sites in support of fleet requirements. All Department
of Defense (DOD)/Navy directives concerning small arms safety and range procedures shall be
strictly adhered to in conducting this course.

       Changes and/or deviation from course curricula are not authorized without approval of
CENSECFOR, which is Curriculum Control Authority (CCA) for this course of instruction.
Site-specific changes (Site Augments) to this course of instruction as described in the Course
Master Schedule or Curriculum Outline of Instruction shall be forwarded to CENSECFOR‟s
Security Reaction Force – Advanced Functional Team Leader (FTL). Contractor facilities will
forward correspondence to the CENSECFOR Contracting Officer Representative (COR).




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                                      COURSE DATA

Course Title:

Security Reaction Force – Advanced (SRF-A)

Course Identification Number (CIN):

A-830-0396

Course Data Processing Codes (CDP) by Learning Site:                              CDP

1.     CENSECFOR Learning Site, Pearl Harbor HI                                   990H
       198 Lexington Boulevard, Suite 228, Pearl Harbor HI 96860-5814

       Learning Site Pearl Harbor HI, Mobile Training Team Reporting CDP          00FG

2.     CENSECFOR Learning Site Yokosuka, Japan                                    990J
       PSC 473, Box 16, FPO AP 96349-0016

3.     CENSECFOR Learning Site, Norfolk VA                                        990P
       Training Support Center, 9545 Bainbridge St., Hampton Roads
       Norfolk VA 23511

4.     CENSECFOR Learning Site Mayport FL                                         990F
       FLETRACEN, 351 Baltimore Street, Mayport FL 32228-0147

5.     CENSECFOR Learning Site, San Diego CA                                      990D
       Training Support Center, 3975 Norman Scott Rd, Suite 1
       San Diego CA 92136-5588

6.     CENSECFOR Learning Site, Bangor WA                                         990K
       2000 Thresher Ave., Silverdale, WA 98315-2000

7.     CENSECFOR Learning Site, Chesapeake, VA                                    990E
       1260 Shotgun Road, Bldg 41, Chesapeake, VA 23322-4508

8.     CENSECFOR Learning Site, Groton CT                                         990R
       Navy Submarine Support Center, Bldg 87, Groton, CT 06349-5044

Course Status:

Revision - A




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Course Mission Statement:

The Security Reaction Force - Advance course is designed to provide personnel assigned to a
Reaction Force the training and education for the prevention of threats, whether from the pier,
small boat, or any other means from penetrating a unit in accordance with current naval
directives under normal and emergency conditions. This course, while training Reaction Force
members, also enables individuals to perform as a Reaction Force Leader, to include managing a
2, 4 and 6 member Reaction Force. Members receive necessary training on coordinating team
responses in an asymmetrical environment, to include, offensive/defensive perimeters in a
lighted, low-light and no-light situations. Members conduct briefs and debriefs for team and
chain of command in accordance with current naval directives.

Occupational Classification:

1. Course is open to active duty USN personnel (E-1 and above); USNR-R personnel may
   attend if being called to active duty.

2. Course is open to DOD civilian personnel (GS-5 and above), and select contract personnel
   that fall under CENSECFOR purview that are required to support curricula delivery.

Prerequisites: Service members must meet the following enrollment requirements;

1. Students must be a graduate of the Armed Sentry/Security Reaction Force-Basic Course (A-
   830-0018), or the Navy Security Force Sentry (A-830-2216) and Security Reaction Force
   Team Member Basic (A-830-2217). Students that have completed the Master at Arms “A”
   School (A-830-0011) after September 2006 are also eligible to attend this course of
   instruction. A certificate of completion or proper documentation must be presented on the
   first day of class convening. SUBFOR ONLY: Armed Watchstander and Reaction Force
   qualifications meet this prerequisite; however, non-lethal certification on Baton and OC
   spray must be completed prior to students attending the course. A certificate of completion
   or proper documentation must be presented on the first day of class.

2. All students must present a completed Physical Activity Risk Factor Questionnaire (PARFQ)
   form signed by a competent medical authority on the first day of class convening. Students
   that do not possess a signed PARFQ must complete the questionnaire on the first day of class
   convening; any negative response(s) on the questionnaire will require review and signature of
   a competent medical authority.

3. Students must be physically fit and must have passed the last Physical Fitness Assessment
   (PFA) in accordance with the Navy‟s Physical Readiness Program instruction, OPNAVINST
   6110.1H and students must not be in a Light or Limited Duty (LIMDU) status.




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4. Students must hold current Category-II pistol and rifle qualifications in accordance with
   Small Arms Training and Qualification, OPNAVINST 3591.1E (i.e. NHQC, PWC, HLLC,
   RQC, RLLC). Students must present proof of qualifications on the first day of class
   convening and qualifications must be documented on OPNAV 3591/1 (Small Arms
   Qualification Record), and must reflect the qualification date, course of fire, and score. No
   other documentation will be accepted.

5. In accordance with Navy Guidelines Concerning Pregnant Servicewomen and Parenthood,
   OPNAVINST 6000.1C, pregnant students are not authorized to attend this course of
   instruction due to weapons training and exposure to small arms fire.

6. Students must NOT have a record of Domestic Violence convictions or pending charges, and
   will be required to sign a statement of no domestic convictions (DD Form 2760, Dec. 2002),
   or show proof of one, on the first day of class convening.

7. It is highly recommended that students be in a non-duty status while enrolled in the course.

Course Overview:

Instruction involves classroom and hands on training in tactical communications, tactical team
movements, personal restraint equipment, use of force and deadly force, team management, and
mission planning. This course will make extensive use of concurrent training to eliminate
bottlenecks and provide as much training as possible within a two week time-frame. Topics
addressed include the following:

1. Safety and Operational Risk Management (ORM)

2. Tactical Communication - Training will include basic inter-team communication involving
   verbal, non-verbal, and radio communication skills along with the use of relevant
   communication devices.

3. Use of Personal Restraint Equipment – Students will receive re-enforcement training on
   Mechanical Advantage Control Holds (MACH); to include refresher training on the
   nomenclature, characteristics, and fundamentals for the safe handling and employment of
   both the expandable baton and Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) canister.

4. Use of Force – Training will include the Navy‟s Use of Force and Deadly Force policy;
   involving terms and definitions related to the use of force, use of force continuum, deadly
   force triangle, passive and active subject types, and the employment of warning shots.

5. Weapons – Training will consist of the safe handling and employment of firearms; to include
   transition drills for primary/secondary weapons, as well as weapons safety precautions and
   procedures for executing proper tactical team movements.




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6. Tactical Team Movements – Training consists of advanced tactical movement skills for 2, 4,
   and 6 member Reaction Force to include interior and exterior tactical movements that
   involve traversing passageways, stair-ways, ladder-wells and essential techniques for room
   clearing that would be required of a Reaction Force member in responding to a threat
   situation.

7. Mission Planning – Training will include basic team planning. Students will be placed in
   practical application decision-making scenarios that culminate in a comprehensive practical
   application exercise where students will interact with one another as members of a Reaction
   Force. Students will be evaluated on their abilities to properly perform the duties and
   responsibilities of a Reaction Force Leader (RFL) and member.

Course Length:

12 Calendar Days (10 Instructional Days/116 Instructional Periods)

Training/Learning Site(s) Summary:

a. CENSECFOR Learning Site, Pearl Harbor HI

Course        Max. Class     Min. Class     Number of   AVG              Student
Length        Capacity       Capacity       Convening‟s Onboard          Throughput
12            24             12             9           7.10             216

b. CENSECFOR Learning Site, Yokosuka Japan

Course        Max. Class     Min. Class     Number of   AVG              Student
Length        Capacity       Capacity       Convening‟s Onboard          Throughput
12            24             12             10          7.89             240

c. CENSECFOR Learning Site, Norfolk, VA

Course        Max. Class     Min. Class     Number of   AVG              Student
Length        Capacity       Capacity       Convening‟s Onboard          Throughput
12            24             12             0           0                0

d. CENSECFOR Learning Site, Mayport FL

Course        Max. Class     Min. Class     Number of   AVG              Student
Length        Capacity       Capacity       Convening‟s Onboard          Throughput
12            24             12             13          10.26            312




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e. CENSECFOR Learning Site, San Diego CA

Course          Max. Class      Min. Class      Number of   AVG                 Student
Length          Capacity        Capacity        Convening‟s Onboard             Throughput
12              24              12              36          28.41               865

f. CENSECFOR Learning Site, Bangor WA

Course          Max. Class      Min. Class      Number of   AVG                 Student
Length          Capacity        Capacity        Convening‟s Onboard             Throughput
12              24              12              10          7.89                240

g. CENSECFOR Learning Site, Chesapeake, VA

Course          Max. Class      Min. Class      Number of   AVG                 Student
Length          Capacity        Capacity        Convening‟s Onboard             Throughput
12              24              12              42          33.14               1008

h. CENSECFOR Learning Site, Groton CT

Course          Max. Class      Min. Class      Number of   AVG                 Student
Length          Capacity        Capacity        Convening‟s Onboard             Throughput
12              24              12              10          7.89                240

Instructor/Support Manning:

1. The estimated plan for instructor/support manning is based on the same ratios for all authorized
   learning sites to safely conduct training and maintain adequate Student-to-Instructor ratios. Periods
   of instruction and the required Student-to-Instructor ratios are outlined in the Course Master
   Schedule (CMS).

2. Instructors assigned to teach this course of instruction shall have completed a Formal Instructor
   Training Course (i.e., CIN: A-012-0077, NEC: 9502); or equivalent Journeyman Instructor
   Training (JIT) course of instruction for contract instructors as stipulated in Vendor‟s Statement of
   Work (SOW). Additionally, instructors must have completed all Core Unique Instructor Training
   (CUIT) requirements prior to teaching any portion of this course in accordance with CENSECFOR
   Training Policy and Guidance Instruction, CENSECFORINST 1540.1. All assigned instructors
   must also have completed a recognized basic First Aid and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
   qualification.




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3. Instructors assigned to teach the Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW) training portion of this course must
   have completed the NLW Basic Instructor Course (A-830-0035), or the Inter-Service Non Lethal
   Individual Weapons Instructor Course (A-830-0040) as set forth in OPNAVINST 5530.14E.
   Instructors must be at a minimum qualified as an NLW Basic Instructor, trained by an authorized
   NLW Senior Instructor utilizing the approved CENSECFOR curricula for NLW Basic Instructor
   Course (A-830-0035).

4. Training sites with a Force Protection Ship‟s Simulator (FPSS) will use those facilities. Sites
   without a FPSS must use a facility that is conducive to a Close Quarters Battle (CQB)
   training environment.

5. To support small arms familiarization and live-fire simunition (e.g., FX Marking Cartridge)
   operations involving range and force-on-force reaction force training, Learning Sites must
   have a designated Range Safety Officer (RSO) and a sufficient number of designated line
   coaches qualified in accordance with OPNAVINST 3591.1E. These assigned (designated)
   instructors must also have completed the Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor Course (CIN:
   A-041-0148, NEC: 0812) or equivalent, as stipulated in OPNAVINST 3591.1E.

6. Instructor assigned to teach advanced reaction force training, must possess solid reaction
   force (basic) skill sets attained in either Armed Sentry/Security Reaction Force – Basic
   Course (CIN: A-830-0018) or Security Reaction Force Team Member - Basic Course (A-
   830-8817).

                                        TRAINEE DATA

Personnel Physical Requirements:

Students entering the Security Reaction Force-Advanced Course must be physically fit in
accordance with OPNAVINST 6110.1H. Additionally, students must be able to fire small arm
weapons from a standing, kneeling and prone position.

Security Clearance:

None Required

Obligated Service:

None

NOBC/NEC Earned:

There is no NOBC/NEC awarded for this course




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                         COURSE TERMINAL OBJECTIVES

1.0   PREPARE for Reaction Force operations in accordance with Occupational Safety and
      Health, Training Safety and Firefighting Training Certification Programs Manual,
      NPDCINST 5100.1; Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual for
      Forces Afloat, OPNAVINST 5100.19E; Force Protection Weapons Handling Standard
      Procedures and Guidelines, NTRP 3-07.2.2; Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-
      07.2.1 (Sep 2006); Antiterrorism/Force Protection Program, COMNAVSURFORINST
      3300.1B; Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain, FM 3-06.11; Navy Physical
      Security and Law Enforcement, OPNAVINST 5530.14E; Standing Rules for the Use of
      Force for U.S. Forces, CJCSINST 3121.01B (Encl. “L”); Use of Deadly Force and the
      Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of the Navy in Conjunction with
      Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection, SECNAVINST 5500.29C;
      and Small Arms Training and Qualification, OPNAVINST 3591.1E. (CTTL #1)

2.0   PERFORM as a Reaction Force member in accordance with, Antiterrorism/Force
      Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1(Sep 2006); and Antiterrorism/Force Protection Program,
      COMNAVSURFORINST 3300.1B. (CTTL #23)

3.0   PERFORM as a Reaction Force Leader in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
      Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); and Antiterrorism/Force Protection Program,
      COMNAVSURFORINST 3300.1B. (CTTL #40)




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UNIT 1: PERFORM AS A REACTION FORCE MEMBER

Terminal Objective(s):

1.0    PREPARE for Reaction Force operations in accordance with Occupational Safety and
       Health, Training Safety and Firefighting Training Certification Programs Manual,
       NPDCINST 5100.1; Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual for
       Forces Afloat, OPNAVINST 5100.19E; Force Protection Weapons Handling Standard
       Procedures and Guidelines, NTRP 3-07.2.2; Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-
       07.2.1 (Sep 2006); Antiterrorism/Force Protection Program, COMNAVSURFORINST
       3300.1B; Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain, FM 3-06.11; Navy Physical
       Security and Law Enforcement, OPNAVINST 5530.14E; Standing Rules for the Use of
       Force for U.S. Forces, CJCSINST 3121.01B (Encl. “L”); Use of Deadly Force and the
       Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of the Navy in Conjunction with
       Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection, SECNAVINST 5500.29C;
       and Small Arms Training and Qualification, OPNAVINST 3591.1E. (CTTL #1)

2.0    PERFORM as a Reaction Force member in accordance with, Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1(Sep 2006); and Antiterrorism/Force Protection Program,
       COMNAVSURFORINST 3300.1B. (CTTL #23)

Lesson Topic 1.1: Introduction/Safety/Equipment

Enabling Objective(s):

1.1    ADHERE to safety precautions in the performance of Reaction Force duties in
       accordance with Occupational Safety and Health, Training Safety and Firefighting
       Training Certification Programs Manual, NPDCINST 5100.1; Navy Safety and
       Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat, OPNAVINST 5100.19E;
       and Force Protection Weapons Handling Standard Procedures and Guidelines, NTRP 3-
       07.2.2. (CTTL #2)

1.2    APPLY Operational Risk Management process in accordance with OPNAVINST
       3500.39B. (CTTL #3)

1.3    DESCRIBE donning a typical Reaction Force equipment load out in accordance with
       manufacturer‟s recommendations. (CTTL #5)

1.4    DEMONSTRATE donning Reaction Force equipment in accordance with
       manufacturer‟s recommendations. (CTTL #7)




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1.5    SUMMARIZE function of Night Vision Devices in accordance with Maritime
       Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #4)

1.6    SUMMARIZE capabilities of Night Vision Devices in accordance with Maritime
       Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #4)

1.7    STATE the Reaction Force purpose in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force Protection,
       NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); Antiterrorism/Force Protection Program,
       COMNAVSURFORINST 3300.1B; and Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain
       FM 3-06.11. (CTTL #6)

Lesson Topic 1.2: Tactical Communications

Enabling Objective(s):

1.8    RECOGNIZE tactical communication procedures in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); Combined Arms Operations
       in Urban Terrain FM 3-06.11; The Warrior Ethos and Soldier Combat Skills, FM 3-
       21.75; and Maritime Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #18)

1.9    RECOGNIZE the tactical communication chain of command in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); Combined Arms Operations
       in Urban Terrain FM 3-06.11; The Warrior Ethos and Soldier‟s Combat Skills, FM 3-
       21.75; and Maritime Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #18)

1.10   RECOGNIZE verbal and non-verbal communication procedures in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); Combined Arms Operations
       in Urban Terrain FM 3-06.11; The Warrior Ethos and Soldier‟s Combat Skills, FM 3-
       21.75; and Maritime Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #18)

1.11   RECOGNIZE tactical communication equipment in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); Combined Arms Operations
       in Urban Terrain FM 3-06.11; The Warrior Ethos and Soldier‟s Combat Skills, FM 3-21-
       75; and Maritime Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #18)

1.12   DEMONSTRATE Reaction Force verbal and non-verbal communication procedures in
       accordance with Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); Combined
       Arms Operations in Urban Terrain, FM 3-06.11; Visual Signals, FM 21-60; and Maritime
       Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #19)




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Lesson Topic 1.3: Use of Personnel Restraint Equipment

Enabling Objective(s):

2.1    DESCRIBE personnel restraint equipment use in accordance with Tactical Employment of
       Non-Lethal Weapons, NTTP 3-07.3.2. (CTTL #24)

2.2    DEMONSTRATE personnel restraint equipment use in accordance with Tactical
       Employment of Non-Lethal Weapons, NTTP 3-07.3.2. (CTTL #25)

1.13   ADHERE to safety procedures for the use of personnel restraint equipment in accordance with
       Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat,
       OPNAVINST 5100.19E. (CTTL #2)

2.3    SUMMARIZE search procedures for a standing individual in accordance with Maritime
       Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #26)

2.4    DEMONSTRATE search procedures for a standing individual in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); and Maritime Interception
       Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #27)

2.5    DEMONSTRATE escort procedures for a person restrained by cuffs in accordance with
       Tactical Employment of Non-Lethal Weapons, NTTP 3-07.3.2; and Maritime Interception
       Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #28)

2.6    DEMONSTRATE Mechanical Advantage Control Holds (MACH) techniques for personnel
       who actively resists handcuffing in accordance with Tactical Employment of Non-Lethal
       Weapons, NTTP 3-07.3.2; and Maritime Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #29)

2.7    DEMONSTRATE control techniques for an unarmed active resistor employing several
       control techniques/strikes in accordance with Tactical Employment of Non-Lethal Weapons,
       NTTP 3-07.3.2; and Maritime Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #30)

Lesson Topic 1.4: Force Protection Search Procedures

Enabling Objective(s):

2.8    SUMMARIZE the three types of waterside searches in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); and Maritime Interception
       Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #26)




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2.9    SUMMARIZE the searches to counter pierside threats in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #26)

2.10   SUMMARIZE area search techniques in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #26)

2.11   DEMONSTRATE area search techniques in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); and Maritime Interception Operations, NTTP 3-
       07.11. (CTTL #26)

Lesson Topic 1.5: Use of Deadly Force

Enabling Objective(s):

1.14   DESCRIBE the authority for arming Security Force personnel in accordance with Use of
       Deadly Force and the Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of Navy in
       Conjunction with Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection,
       SECNAVINST 5500.29C; and Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep
       2006). (CTTL #8)

1.15   STATE weapons condition codes for small arms in accordance with Small Arms
       Training and Qualification, OPNAVINST 3591.1E; and Force Protection Weapons
       Handling Standard Procedures and Guidelines, NTRP 3-07.2.2. (CTTL #9)

1.16   DEFINE applicability and scope of DOD directives governing the "Use of Force" in
       accordance with Navy Physical Security and Law Enforcement, OPNAVINST 5530.14E;
       Standing Rules for the Use of Force for U.S. Forces, CJCSINST 3121.01B (Encl. “L”);
       Use of Deadly Force and the Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of the
       Navy in Conjunction with Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection,
       SECNAVINST 5500.29C; Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006);
       and Small Arms Training and Qualification, OPNAVINST 3591.1E. (CTTL #13)

1.17   STATE the six levels of the Use of Force Continuum in accordance with Navy Physical
       Security and Law Enforcement, OPNAVINST 5530.14E; and Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #14)

1.18   STATE definition for use of force terms in accordance with Use of Deadly Force and the
       Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of the Navy in Conjunction with
       Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection, SECNAVINST 5500.29C.
       (CTTL #15)




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1.19   DEFINE when deadly force is authorized in accordance with Use of Deadly Force and
       the Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of Navy in Conjunction with
       Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection, SECNAVINST 5500.29C.
       (CTTL #16)

1.20   DESCRIBE the Deadly Force Triangle and policy for the use of firearms in accordance
       with Use of Deadly Force and the Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department
       of the Navy in Conjunction with Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal
       Protection, SECNAVINST 5500.29C; Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1
       (Sep 2006); and Navy Physical Security and Law Enforcement, OPNAVINST 5530.14E.
       (CTTL #17)

2.12   DIFFERENTIATE between active and passive subject types in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #31)

1.21   DIFFERENTIATE the circumstances in which deadly force may be applied in
       accordance with Use of Deadly Force and the Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the
       Department of the Navy in Conjunction with Law Enforcement, Security Duties and
       Personal Protection, SECNAVINST 5500.29C. (CTTL #16)

2.13   DESCRIBE warning shots policy when using small arms in accordance with Use of
       Deadly Force and the Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of the Navy
       in Conjunction with Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection,
       SECNAVINST 5500.29C. (CTTL #32)

Lesson Topic 1.6: Tactical Team Movements

Enabling Objective(s):

1.22   DESCRIBE the three primary rules of Initiative Based Tactics (IBT) in accordance with
       Maritime Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #22)

2.14   DESCRIBE tactical team positions and configuration in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #33)

2.15   DESCRIBE Close Quarter Battle (CQB) in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #34)

2.16   EXPLAIN tactical (survival) mindset characteristics for Close Quarters Battle (CQB) in
       accordance with Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL
       #35)




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2.17   DESCRIBE tactical team detailed planning considerations for battle in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #36)

2.18   DESCRIBE tactical lighting considerations and techniques in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #37)

2.19   EXPLAIN team casualty procedures in battle in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #38)

1.23   DESCRIBE external and open space movement in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); and The Warrior Ethos and Soldier‟s Combat
       Skills, FM 3-21.75. (CTTL #20)

1.24   DESCRIBE passageway movement in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force Protection,
       NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #20)

1.25   DESCRIBE room entry techniques in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force Protection,
       NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #20)

1.26   EXPLAIN tactical withdrawal in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP
       3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #20)

2.20   EXPLAIN hostage site management in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force Protection,
       NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #39)

1.27   DEMONSTRATE tactical team movements in a Reaction Force scenario in accordance
       with Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #21)




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UNIT 2: PERFORM AS A REACTION FORCE LEADER

Terminal Objective(s):

1.0    PREPARE for Reaction Force operations in accordance with Occupational Safety and
       Health, Training Safety and Firefighting Training Certification Programs Manual,
       NPDCINST 5100.1; Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual for
       Forces Afloat, OPNAVINST 5100.19E; Force Protection Weapons Handling Standard
       Procedures and Guidelines, NTRP 3-07.2.2; Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-
       07.2.1 (Sep 2006); Antiterrorism/Force Protection Program, COMNAVSURFORINST
       3300.1B; Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain, FM 3-06.11; Navy Physical
       Security and Law Enforcement, OPNAVINST 5530.14E; Standing Rules for the Use of
       Force for U.S. Forces, CJCSINST 3121.01B (Encl. “L”); Use of Deadly Force and the
       Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of the Navy in Conjunction with
       Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection, SECNAVINST 5500.29C;
       and Small Arms Training and Qualification, OPNAVINST 3591.1E. (CTTL #1)

3.0    PERFORM as a Reaction Force Leader in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); and Antiterrorism/Force Protection Program,
       COMNAVSURFORINST 3300.1B. (CTTL #40)

Lesson Topic 2.1: Tactical Team Management

Enabling Objective(s):

3.1    STATE the purpose of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in accordance with
       Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, JP 1-02. (CTTL
       #41)

3.2    STATE how SOPs relate to you as a Reaction Force Leader and member in accordance
       with Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #41)

3.3    STATE the purpose of Pre-Planned Responses (PPRs) in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #42)

3.4    STATE the purpose of event driven plans in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #43)

3.5    STATE the purpose of communications plans in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #44)




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1.28   SUMMARIZE the Status of Forces Agreements (SOFA) in accordance with Status of
       Forces Policy and information, DOD Directive 5525.1 (CH-2). (CTTL #10)

1.29   STATE Standing Rules for the use of force in accordance with Standing Rules of
       Engagement for U.S. Forces, CJCSI 3121.01B (Encl. “L”). (CTTL #11)

1.30   IDENTIFY sustainment training requirements in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #12)

3.6    DESCRIBE the purpose of mission planning in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006) and Navy Maritime Interception Operations,
       NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #45)

3.7    OUTLINE mission planning for specific threat situations as described in this course in
       accordance with Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); and
       Maritime Interception Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #46)

3.8    DESCRIBE team composition and the considerations for determining member and
       weapon assignments for specific threat situations in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force
       Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #47)

3.9    DEVELOP a plan of action in response to specific threat situations in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); and Maritime Interception
       Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #48)

3.10   PERFORM tactical briefs during specific threat situations in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #50)

3.11   MAKE situational reports in accordance with Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-
       07.2.1 (Sep 2006). (CTTL #51)

3.12   EXECUTE a plan of action in response to specific threat situations in accordance with
       Antiterrorism/Force Protection, NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006); and Maritime Interception
       Operations, NTTP 3-07.11. (CTTL #49)




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Sites Considerations: All CENSEFOR Learning Sites Training support requirements: A classroom with audio-visual equipment and suitable setting for 24 students. A
training area large enough to support practical application training exercises for unarmed individual self-defense, baton, and close-range subject control holds; training area should
be large enough to support the conducting of MACH takedowns and cuffing procedures without negatively impacting student safety. For an indoor training area, the floor should
be covered with gymnasium type wrestling mats to prevent student injury. Weapons training will require an indoor area for conducting dry fire practice, as well as an
indoor/outdoor range facility to support small arms live fire practical application exercises. Additionally, a training facility such as a Force Protection Ship‟s Simulator (FPSS) or
similar facsimile that is conducive to armed sentry (watch team) and reaction force training is required; this training facility or training area should have a floor plan that allows for
segregated rooms and passageways, as well as interior/exterior ascending/descending ladder wells or stairs.
     A.    Audio/Visual Devices
                                                                                                                   QTY                                       Technical
     No.    Type/Nomenclature                              Part Number              COG/NIIN/SMIC                  REQ'D      U/I           Unit Cost        Reference
     1.     Large Dry Erase Board                                                                                  1          EA            $207.00          GSA
     2.     Microsoft Power Point                                                                                  1          EA
     3.     Projection system(computer, screen,                                                                    1          EA            $4,719           GSA
            projection device)
     4.     Wireless RF Mouse with laser pointer                                                                   1          EA            $409.35          GSA


     B.    Consumables
                                                                                                                   QTY                                       Technical
     No.    Type/Nomenclature                              Part Number              COG/NIIN/SMIC                  REQ'D      U/I           Unit Cost        Reference
     1.     Battery, Lithium                                                        6135-01-301-8776               28         EA            $4.41            GSA
     2.     Brush, Chamber Cleaning                                                 1005-00-690-3115               5          EA            $3.11            GSA
     3.     Brush, Green, Weapon Cleaning                                           1005-00-494-6602               5          EA            $1.13            GSA
     4.     Brush, Receiver                                                         1005-00-350-4100               5          EA            $1.27            GSA
     5.     CD Label                                                                7045-01-490-7249               1          KT            $17.46           GSA
     6.     CD Sleeve                                                                                              1          PG            $4.57            GSA
     7.     Certificate Paper                                                       7530-01-134-2873               1          PG            $309.09          GSA
     8.     Chemlights, blue                                                        6260-01-178-5560               2          EA            $11.17           GSA
     9.     Chemlights, White                                                       6260-01-218-5146               2          EA            $11.17           GSA
     10.    Compact Disk                                                            7045-01-482-7540               2          PG            $5.56            GSA
     11.    Dry Erase Markers                                                       7520-01-352-7321               1          SE            $9.11            GSA
     12.    Double Pocket Folder                                                    7510-00-584-2489               1          BX            $10.67           GSA
     13.    Lamp, Flashlight                               VBSS004                                                 28         EA            $7.20            GSA
     14.    Lined Writing Pad                                                       7530-01-447-1653               1          DZ            $10.26           GSA
     15.    Marker Tape, Reflective                                                 9390-00-949-8045               1          EA            $19.81           GSA
     16.    OC dispenser, MK-4, Inert                      DST 5149                                                24         EA            $7.25            GSA
     17.    Pen, Writing                                                            7520-01-207-4264               1          DZ            $4.30            GSA
     18.    Printing Costs                                                                                         1          EA            $200             DAPS
     19.    Swab, Cotton                                                            1005-00-218-3565               5          EA            $5.87            GSA


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20.    Swab, Small Arms Cleaning                                    1005-00-912-4248      5       EA        $4.90       GSA
21.    Target , Paper „E‟ Silhouette                                6920-00-600-6877      1       BX        $35.00      GSA
22.    Towels (Disposable)                                          6530-01-465-6035      1       PG        $15.49      GSA
23.    Towel Machinery Wiping                                       7920-00-519-1912      1       BX        $32.70      GSA


C.    Equipment
                                                                                          QTY                           Technical
No.    Type/Nomenclature                          Part Number       COG/NIIN/SMIC         REQ‟D   U/I       Unit Cost   Reference
1.     Armor, Body Size L (outer shell incl)                                              15      EA        $1,788.00   KDH Defense Systems
2.     Armor, Body Size M (outer shell incl)                                              9       EA        $1,788.00   KDH Defense Systems
3.     Armor, Body Size XL (outer shell incl)                                             3       EA        $1,788.00   KDH Defense Systems
4.     Armor, Body Size 2XL (outer shell incl)                                            1       EA        $1,788.00   KDH Defense Systems
5.     ASP Handcuffs                              VBSS56101                               28      EA        $22.80      GSA
6.     Baton, Expandable                                            8465-01-474-5154      28      EA        $48.90      GSA
7.     Clearing Barrel, Pedestal mounted                            4933-01-515-9045      4       EA        $1041.63    GSA
8.     Camelback drinking system                                    8465-01-396-9917      9       EA        $34.16      GSA
9.     Duty Belt L                                4305-3-4                                13      EA        $19.26      GSA
10.    Duty Belt M                                4305-2-4                                10      EA        $19.26      GSA
11.    Duty Belt XL                               4305-4-4                                4       EA        $19.26      GSA
12.    Tactical Vest Right Handed                                   4220-01-474-5159      22      EA        $349.59     GSA
13.    Tactical Vest Left Handed                                    4220-01-474-5157      6       EA        $349.59     GSA
14.    Flashlight , Triad ASP                     ZU422                                   28      EA        $68.61      GSA
15.    Foam Training Baton 21"                    ASP TN044                               28      EA        $49.99      GSA
16.    Groin Protection                                                                   28      EA        $10.00      GSA
17.    Glove L                                    HPRO-05-009                             6       EA        $27.97      GSA
18.    Glove M                                    HPRO-05-009                             16      EA        $27.97      GSA
19.    Glove XL                                   HPRO-05-009                             6       EA        $27.97      GSA
20.    Holster, 9mm Left hand                     6004-173-122                            7       EA        $68.01      GSA
21.    Holster, 9mm Right hand                    6004-173-121                            28      EA        $68.01      GSA
22.    Helmet Ground Troop Size S                 A12769-2          8470-01-560-3267      3       EA        $317.00     GSA
23.    Helmet Ground Troop Size M                 A12769-3          8470-01-560-3076      10      EA        $317.00     GSA
24.    Helmet Ground Troop Size L                 A12769-4          8470-01-560-3270      15      EA        $317.00     GSA
25.    Kit Bag, Flyers                                              8460-00-606-8366      28      EA        $25.45      GSA
26.    Knee Pads                                                    4240-01-516-2005      28      EA        $15.89      GSA
27.    Magazine pouch, 9MM                        77-76-23PBL                             28      EA        $14.06      GSA
28.    Magazine pouch, M16                        541600BK                                28      EA        $24.95      GSA
29.    Magazine, M9 Pistol (9mm)                                    1005-01-204-4376      90      EA        $11.23      GSA
30.    Magazine, M16 Simunition                   5308310                                 90      EA        $35.00      Crane, NSWS
31.    Mask, Simunition (FX9003)                  #8971960                                28      EA        $110.84     GSA


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32.    Mirror, Inspection                                                 5120-01-278-8257   28      EA         $4.09       GSA
33.    Pistol, M9 (9 mm)                                                  1005-01-118-2640   26      EA         $701.00     Crane, NSWS
34.    Redman 9MM                                       F-TN039                              24      EA         $46.00      GSA
35.    Redman M16                                       F-TN026                              24      EA         $189.00     GSA
36.    Redman Training Knife                            F-TN011                              5       EA         $13.00      GSA
37.    Rifle, M16 (5.56mm)                                                1005-01-357-5112   26      EA         $1,252.00   Crane, NSWS
38.    SAF-T-INDICATOR (.223)                           STR223            1005-01-532-8133   1       PK (100)   $224.99     GSA
39.    SAF-T-INDICATOR (9MM)                            STR9MS            1005-01-532-8128   1       PK (100)   $179.99     GSA
40.    Safety Vest                                                        8415-01-394-0216   9       EA         $14.73      GSA
41.    Sling, M16 Rifle                                                   1005-01-216-4510   26      EA         $34.25      GSA
42.    Simunition Conversion Kit, M9 Pistol                               1005-01-457-4016   30      EA         $177.14     Crane, NSWS
43.    Simunition Conversion Kit, M16 Rifle                               1005-01-457-4015   30      EA         $714.78     Crane, NSWS
44.    Standard eye protection (Clear)                  KIM-08132                            21      EA         $1.79
45.    Standard eye protection over glasses (Clear)     KIM-08134                            5       EA         $1.98
46.    Training Bag, Redman                             F-TN035                              12      EA         $69.75      GSA
47.    Tri-Fold Training Restraints                     F-RS147                              4       PG         $11.99      GSA
48.    Water Cooler                                     3ZC46                                1       EA         $39.01      GSA
49.    Whistle, Ball                                                      8465-00-254-8803   9       EA         $1.60       GSA
50.    Wrestling Mat (3' x 4' x 1"), Physical contact   702-484           Open Purchase      25      EA         $171.00     www.crowngymmats.co
       training                                                                                                             m


D.    Training Support Equipment (Non-Avionic)
                                                                                             QTY                            Technical
No.    Type/Nomenclature                                Part Number       COG/NIIN/SMIC      REQ'D   U/I        Unit Cost   Reference
1.     AMMO Certified Truck                                               Locally Procured   1
2.     First Aid Kit                                                      6545-01-465-1846   1       EA         $53.70      GSA
3.     Van, 15 Passenger                                                  Locally Procured   1


E.    Ordnance/Ammunition/Pyrotechnics
                                                                                             QTY                            Technical
No.    Type/Nomenclature                                Part Number       COG/NIIN/SMIC      REQ'D   U/I        Unit Cost   Reference
1.     Simunition, FX Marking Cartridge, Red            NALC: AA12        1305-01-439-9717   1,080   EA         $00.20      NAVSUP P-802
2.     Simunition, FX Marking Cartridge, Blue           NALC: AA21        1305-01-449-3208   1,080   EA         $00.20      NAVSUP P-802




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F.    Wall Charts/Placards
                                                                                                                      QTY               Technical
No.    Number                Title                                                      Source                        REQ‟D             Reference
1.                           Clearing Barrel Placards (M9/M16)                          CENSECFOR                     3 (each weapon)   NTRP 3 – 07.2.2
2.                           M9 Pistol Exploded View (Parts Breakdown)                  Local Generated               2                 SW370-AA-OPI-010
3.                           M16 Rifle Exploded View (Parts Breakdown)                  Local Generated               2                 SW370-BUJ-OPI-010
4.                           Four Universal Weapons Safety Rules                        CENSECFOR                     2                 NTRP 3 – 07.2.2
5.                           Weapon Condition Codes (M9/M16)                            CENSECFOR                     2 (each weapon)   NTRP 3 – 07.2.2
6.                           Escalation of Trauma Chart, Color Coded (Monadnock Baton   www.tacticalselfdefense.com   2                 NTTP 3 – 07.3.2
                             Chart)


G. Instructional Media Materials (IMM)

No.    Designation/Number                         Type/Title/Description                                                                      QTY REQ‟D
1.     PPT A-830-0396 1.1                         Introduction/Safety/Equipment                                                                   1
2.     PPT A-830-0396 1.1A                        Night Vision Devices                                                                            1
3.     PPT A-830-0396 1.2                         Tactical Communication                                                                          1
4.     PPT A-830-0396 1.4                         Force Protection Search Procedures                                                              1
5.     PPT A-830-0396 1.5                         Use of Deadly Force                                                                             1
6.     PPT A-830-0396 1.6                         Tactical Team Movement                                                                          1
7.     PPT A-830-0396 2.1                         Tactical Team Management                                                                        1




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I.    Publications
No.    Designation                     Title                                                                                                QTY REQ'D
1.     CENSECFORINST 1540.1            Center for Security Forces (CSF), Training Policy and Guidance Instruction                               1
2.     CJCSINST 3121.01B (Encl. “L”)   Standing Rules of Engagement for U.S. Forces                                                             1
3.     COMNAVSURFORINST                                                                                                                         1
                                       Antiterrorism/Force Protection Program
       3300.1B
4.     DOD Directive 5525.1 (CH-2)     Status of Forces Policies and Information                                                                1
5.     Joint Pub 1-02                  Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms                                        1
6.     NPDCINST 5100.1                 Occupational Safety & Health, Training Safety & Firefighting Training Certification Program Manual
7.     NAVEDTRA 134                    Navy Instructor Manual                                                                                   1
8.     NAVEDTRA 135B                   Navy School Management Manual                                                                            1
9.     NTRP 3-07.2.2                   Force Protection Weapons Handling Standard Procedures and Guidelines                                     1
10.    NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Sep 2006)        Antiterrorism/Force Protection                                                                           1
11.    NTTP 3-07.3.2                   Tactical Employment of Non-Lethal Weapons                                                                1
12.    NTTP 3-07.11                    Maritime Interception Operations                                                                         1
13.    FM 21-60                        Visual Signals                                                                                           1
14.    FM 3-06.11                      The Warrior Ethos and Soldier‟s Combat Skill                                                             1
15.    FM 3-21.75                      Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain                                                                1
16.    OPNAVINST 3500.39B              Operational Risk Management                                                                              1
17.    OPNAVINST 3591.1E               Small Arms Training and Qualification                                                                    1
18.    OPNAVINST 5100.19E              Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat                               1
19.    OPNAVINST 5530.13C              DON Physical Security Instruction for Conventional Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E)               1
20.    OPNAVINST 5530.14E              Navy Physical Security and Law Enforcement                                                               1
21.    OPNAVINST 6000.1C               Navy Guidelines Concerning Pregnant Servicewomen and Parenthood                                          1
22.    OPNAVINST 6110.1H               Navy Physical Readiness Program                                                                          1
23.    SECNAVINST 5500.29C             Use of Deadly Force and the Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of the Navy in           1
                                       Conjunction with Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection
24.    SW370-AA-OPI-010/9MM            M9 Pistol Operators Manual                                                                               1
25.    SW370-BUJ-OPI-010               M16 Rifle Operators Manual                                                                               1




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WEEK-1/DAY ONE
 Topic  Type   Period       Topic                                         Ratio    Bottle
  No.                                                                              Neck
  N/A   Class    1          Pre-Test                                      24:1
  1.1   Class    2          Introduction/Safety/Equipment                 24:1
  1.1   Class    3          Equipment Familiarization                     24:1
  1.1    Lab     4          Equipment Familiarization                     24:6
  1.2   Class    5          Tactical Communication                        24:1
  1.5   Class    6          Use of Deadly Force                           24:1
  1.6   Class    7          Tactical Team Movements                       24:1
  1.6   Class    8          Tactical Team Movements                       24:1

WEEK-1/DAY TWO
 Topic  Type   Period       Topic                                         Ratio    Bottle
  No.                                                                              Neck
  1.4   Class     9         Force Protection Search Procedures            24:1
  1.6    Lab     10         Tactical Team Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-8)     24:6
  1.6    Lab     11         Tactical Team Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-8)     24:6
  1.4    Lab     12         Force Protection Search Procedures            24:6
                             (Job Sheet 1-4-2)
  1.6       Lab       13    Transition Shooting-Dry (Job Sheet 1-6-7)     24:6      12:1
  1.6       Lab       14    Transition Shooting-Dry (Job Sheet 1-6-7)     24:6      12:1
  1.6       Lab       15    Transition Shooting-Simunition (SOL)          24:6      12:1
                            (Job Sheet 1-6-7)
  1.6       Lab       16    Transition Shooting-Simunition (SOL)          24:6      12:1
                            (Job Sheet 1-6-7)

WEEK-1/DAY THREE
 Topic  Type  Period        Topic                                         Ratio    Bottle
  No.                                                                              Neck
  1.3    Lab    17          MACH Cuffing Procedures (Job Sheet 1-3-2)     24:6
  1.3    Lab    18          Application of Restraints (Job Sheet 1-3-3)   24:6
  1.3    Lab    19          Compliant Handcuffing and Search              24:6
                            Procedures (Job Sheet 1-3-4)
  1.3       Lab       20    MACH Team Control Techniques                  24:6
                            (Job Sheet 1-3-5)
  1.3       Lab       21    Expandable Baton (Job Sheet 1-3-6)            24:6
  1.3       Lab       22    Inert OC (Job Sheet 1-3-7)                    24:6
  1.6       Lab       23    Tactical Team Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-8)     24:6
  1.6       Lab       24    Tactical Team Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-8)     24:6




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WEEK-1/DAY FOUR
 Topic   Type Period           Topic                                       Ratio    Bottle
   No.                                                                              Neck
 1.1-1.6 Lab    25             Transition Shooting/w Tactical Light-Dry    24:6      12:1
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-11)
 1.1-1.6       Lab       26    Transition Shooting/w Tactical Light-Dry    24:6      12:1
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-11)
 1.1-1.6       Lab       27    Tactical Team Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-9)   24:6
 1.1-1.6       Lab       28    Tactical Team Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-9)   24:6
 1.1-1.6       Lab       29    Tactical Team Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-9)   24:6
 1.1-1.6       Lab       30    Tactical Team Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-9)   24:6
 1.1-1.6       Lab       31    Tactical Team Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-9)   24:6
 1.1-1.6       Lab       32    Tactical Team Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-9)   24:6

WEEK-1/DAY FIVE
 Topic   Type   Period         Topic                                       Ratio    Bottle
   No.                                                                              Neck
 1.1-1.6 Lab      33           Tactical Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-10)       24:6      12:6
 1.1-1.6 Lab      34           Tactical Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-10)       24:6      12:6
 1.1-1.6 Lab      35           Tactical Movements (Job Sheet 1-6-10)       24:6      12:6
 1.1-1.6 Lab      36           Tactical Movement                           24:6      12:6
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-8 to 1-6-10)
 1.1-1.6       Lab       37    Tactical Movement                           24:6      12:6
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-8 to 1-6-10)
 1.1-1.6       Lab       38    Tactical Movement                           24:6      12:6
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-8 to 1-6-10)
 1.1-1.6       Lab       39    Tactical Movement                           24:6      12:6
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-8 to 1-6-10)
 1.1-1.6      Class      40    Knowledge Test #1                           24:1




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                                                                                   ANNEX B
                       TRAINING COURSE CONTROL DOCUMENT
           Security Reaction Force-Advanced A-830-0396 (Revision – “A”, Change 1)

                              COURSE MASTER SCHEDULE

WEEK-2/DAY ONE
 Topic   Type  Period          Topic                                    Ratio       Bottle
   No.                                                                              Neck
   2.1   Class   41            Tactical Team Management                  24:1
   2.1   Class   42            Tactical Team Management                  24:1
   2.1   Class   43            Tactical Team Management                  24:1
 1.1-2.1 Lab     44            Tactical Movement                         24:6
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-8 to 1-6-10)
 1.1-2.1       Lab       45    Tactical Movement                         24:6
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-8 to 1-6-10)
 1.1-2.1       Lab       46    Tactical Movement                         24:6
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-8 to 1-6-10)
 1.1-2.1       Lab       47    Tactical Movement                         24:6
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-8 to 1-6-10)
 1.1-2.1       Lab       48    Tactical Movement                         24:6
                               (Job Sheet 1-6-8 to 1-6-10)


WEEK-2/DAY TWO
 Topic   Type  Period          Topic                                    Ratio       Bottle
   No.                                                                              Neck
 1.1-2.1 Lab     49            Performance Test #1, #2 and #3            24:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab     50            Performance Test #1, #2 and #3            24:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab     51            Performance Test #1, #2 and #3            24:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab     52            Performance Test #1, #2 and #3            24:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab     53            Performance Test #1, #2 and #3            24:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab     54            Performance Test #1, #2 and #3            24:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab     55            Performance Test #1, #2 and #3            24:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab     56            Performance Test #1, #2 and #3            24:6




                                             B-3
                                                                                ANNEX B
                  TRAINING COURSE CONTROL DOCUMENT
      Security Reaction Force-Advanced A-830-0396 (Revision – “A”, Change 1)

                          COURSE MASTER SCHEDULE


WEEK-2/DAY THREE
 Topic   Type Period       Topic                                   Ratio       Bottle
   No.                                                                         Neck
 1.1-2.1 Lab    57         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    58         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    59         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    60         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    61         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    62         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    63         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    64         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6

WEEK-2/DAY FOUR
 Topic   Type Period       Topic                                   Ratio       Bottle
   No.                                                                         Neck
 1.1-2.1 Lab    65         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    66         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    67         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    68         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    69         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    70         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    71         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6
 1.1-2.1 Lab    72         Performance Test #4 and #5               24:6        12:6

WEEK-2/DAY FIVE
 Topic    Type   Period    Topic                                   Ratio       Bottle
   No.                                                                         Neck
 1.1-2.1  Class    73      Debrief Scenarios                        24:1
 1.1-2.1  Class    74      Debrief Scenarios                        24:1
 1.1-2.1  Class    75      Knowledge Test #2                        24:1
 1.1-2.1 Special   76      Clean Weapons                            24:5
 1.1-2.1 Special   77      Clean Weapons                            24:5
 1.1-2.1 Special   78      Clean Weapons                            24:5
 1.1-2.1 Special   79      Clean Weapons                            24:5
 1.1-2.1  Class    80      Critiques and Graduation                 24:1




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