This is NOT a list of all available references, just those that
are more applicable to security duties.
Arms details enlisted education, training and professional
career milestones that MA's should attain within their career,
broken down by rank.
11. Schools. The following schools may be required based on
your command mission. For quotas, prerequisites, and other
school information, log into CANTRAC Volume II. For an
unofficial, consolidated list of schools a MA may attend, click
a. U.S. Navy Master-at-Arms "A" School (CIN A-830-0011).
The student will receive training and be tested on Anti-
Terrorism, Force Protection and Basic Law Enforcement to
include, but not limited to: Pier Sentry, Harbor Security, Force
Protection Conditions, Physical Security Safeguards, Tactical
Seizure, and 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 OPNAVINST 3591.1F (Series). This course is designated
as high-risk IAW NPDCINST 5100.1 Series.
0001). Academic instruction is provided in the subjects of
investigative skills, military law, crime lab support, physical
evidence, testimonial evidence, investigating drug offenses,
reporting, special operations, and supplementary examinations.
c. Military Working Dog Handler (NEC 2005) (CIN A-830-
0019). Trains selected Master-at-Arms and DoD personnel in the
knowledge and skills needed for patrol and detector dogs.
Training includes search techniques in buildings, aircraft,