Protection Conditions, Physical Security Safeguards, Tactical
Seizure, Use/Application of Force as they pertain to the duties
of a U.S. Navy Security Force Member. The student must obtain an
academic score of 80% or better to successfully pass the course
and must attain firearms proficiency with the M9 Service pistol,
M500 shotgun, M16 rifle, and M60 medium machine gun as per
risk IAW NPDCINST 5100.1 Series.
b. Antiterrorism Training Supervisor (AT TRASUP) (NEC 9501)
(CIN A-830-0034). Provides the designated AT Training
Supervisor for afloat and ashore units with the knowledge and
skills required for delivery of entry and sustainment level
security force training to Navy personnel, and to assist with
FPTT/ATTT duties, to include armed sentry watchstanding
procedures, Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW) employment, and Security
Reaction Force (SRF) response procedures. This course is
designed to instill the level of knowledge, skills, and
abilities required to effectively oversee and assess daily AT
security force training and unit readiness to defend against
potential terrorist operations in an asymmetrical environment.
Graduates of this course will serve as advisor to the Anti-
Terrorism Officer (ATO) and will assist the ATO in matters
concerning the units FPTT/ATTT. This is a supervisory course
enhancing unit level training.
c. Antiterrorism Officer (CIN J-830-0015). This course is
required for those Navy commissioned officers and enlisted E-7
and above and DoD equivalent civilians/contractors assigned as
Anti-Terrorism Officers (ATO). This course provides instruction
in the U.S. Navy and DoD Antiterrorism programs. Course
includes the process for and development of comprehensive
antiterrorism plans, AT program management, assessments, and
d. Naval Security Force Officer (Ashore/Afloat NSFO) (CIN
A-7H-0007). This course will provide the designated
Security Officer for afloat and ashore units with the necessary
knowledge and skills to manage Naval Security Force (NSF) assets,
determine AT/FP readiness status, implement, organize, and
oversee all NSF/AT/FP and Law Enforcement policy changes.
Provides unit level initial and sustainment training for
assigned NSF/AT/FP personnel and functions as the NSF Officer in
Charge. The Security Officer will be able to organize, train,
and equip the NSF to conduct AT/FP/Law Enforcement operations.