(4) Learn the behavior and impulsive mannerisms of the
a. Navy Master-at-Arms (MA) who have been trained in
Protective Service Training and Antiterrorism Driving (CIN A-
840-0001) are assigned the Navy Enlisted (NEC) 2009 Protective
Service Specialists (PSS) and are operationally assigned to NCIS
b. In instances where MAs are assigned to NCIS, they report
directly to the NCIS Personal Security Advisor (PSA). PSS
duties include PSD member, security driving (lead, limo, and
follow vehicles), site advances, protective surveillance,
command post functions, and other security related duties as
assigned. Trained and experienced PSSs may also be used as
Shift Leaders, at the PSA's discretion.
billet, it is the responsibility of NCIS to provide their
workspace, annual training, and other administrative functions.
PSSs will follow existing NCIS policies regarding weapons and
qualifications, use of force, government vehicle policy, etc.
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,
Search and 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
designated as high-risk IAW NPDCINST 5100.1 Series.
b. Navy Security Force Sentry (CIN A-830-2216) Taught by
qualified Antiterrorism Training Supervisors (NEC 9501).
Teaches basic sentry skills, to include weapons handling and
non-lethal weapons. When taken with Security Reaction Force