perform mission planning and target analysis duties as a
mechanical breacher utilizing appropriate breaching tools and
techniques against various target sets in support of Maritime
Interdiction Operations (MIO) Visit, Board, Search and Seizure
(VBSS) procedures for Non-Compliant Low Freeboard.
u. Ammunition Supply Administration (CIN A-041-0040). The
student will learn the knowledge, skills, and proper procedures
necessary to record and manage ammunition assets. Training
includes the generation and management of records relating to
requisitions, receipts, issues, expenditures, inventory
management and control, Notice of Ammunition Reclassifications
(NARS), ammunition reporting, and other pertinent technical
v. Surveillance Detection (CIN S-830-0046). This course is
designed to provide training to Installation Naval Security
Forces and personnel assigned to Antiterrorism/Protection duties
in Surveillance Detection allowing commands to develop and
implement a comprehensive Surveillance Detection Program to
train Surveillance Detection personnel how to conduct detailed
target analysis and to provide the necessary skill sets to setup
and conduct overt surveillance detection operations; comply with
disrupt future attacks. Topics addressed in this course include
Surveillance Detection Program overview, Terrorist Surveillance
Methods, Surveillance Detection Techniques, Developing a
Surveillance Assessment Matrix, conducting a Target Analysis,
There are three practical exercises and two case studies as well.
w. Customs Border Clearance Agent Afloat (CIN J-551-0050).
Defines procedures, responsibilities, and outlines customs and
certain agricultural inspection and entry requirements to
eliminate the introduction of narcotics, drugs, and other
contraband into the United States through DoD channels. This
course follows guidelines set forth in DoD 5030.49R.
x. Basic Instructor (NEC 9502) (CIN A-012-0043). Provides
training on communicative skills, learning process, questioning
techniques, human relations, instructional system development
process, preparation and use of training documents,
instructional aids and materials, and student measurement,
administration, and counseling. Students plan, develop, and
present lessons using the lecture and demonstration or
performance methods of instruction.