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 as described in
OPNAVINST 3300.55, and DODINST 2000.16. Course includes the
process for and development of comprehensive antiterrorism plans,
AT program management, assessments, and execution.
c. Naval Security Force Officer (Ashore/Afloat NSFO) (CIN A-
7H-0007). This course will provide the designated Installation
Security Officer/Law Enforcement Officer and Ships 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.
The Security Officer assists the Antiterrorism Officer (ATO) in
developing and executing the AT/FP plans.
d. Correctional Specialist Navy (NEC 9575 / 2008) (CIN A-
831-0001) To provide selected Petty Officers (NEC 9575) and
Master at Arms (NEC 2008) with a working knowledge of the
principles, theories, and practices which are required for the
administration, operation, and supervision of Navy
Brigs/Correctional Custody Units.
e. Brig Staff Afloat (CIN A-831-0003). To provide selected
petty officers with a working knowledge of the principles,
theories, and practices which are required for the
administrating, operating, and supervising of Navy Brigs Afloat.
6. Critical Task List. These skills were designated as
operation of Afloat Brigs. These lists are not all inclusive,
and individual commands may have additional/less tasks.
7. Master-at-Arms Occupational Standards (OCCSTDS) Functional
Areas. The following areas in the MA OCCSTDS apply to the