AFI 31-209 PDF

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It provides guidelines, procedures, and details of minimum security levels that the Air Force AF requires to maintain, project, and execute air power. This instruction applies to all Department of the Air Force civilian personnel. The terms "must," "shall," and "will" denote mandatory actions in this instruction.

Any organization ma y supplement this instruction. Volume 2 is designed for use by units supporting nuclear resources and supplements the guidance provided in this instruction. Security Priority Sy stem. Priority A Resources. Priority B Resources. Priority C Resources. Identifying Priorities for Specific Systems.

Establishing Secu rity Priorities. Aircraft in De pot Maintenance. Security for Transit Aircraft. Security For ce Capabilities. Restrict ed Areas. Free Zones. Normal Security Operations. Contingency Operations. Mo ake. AFI Volume I.

Staff Assist ance Vi sits. Measuring Complia nce with Policy. Purpose of the Sy stem. Application of the Sy stem. Reporting and Alerting Procedures. Tracking and Evaluating Reports. Down-Channel Alerting. Categorizing Deviations. Compensating for Deviations. Documenting Deviations. Unescorted Entry. Issuing, Inventorying, and Disposing of Badges. Maintaining Air Force Form Establishing Tempor ary Badging Systems. General Unescorted Entr y -- General Techniques. Controlling Unescorted Entr y with Exchange Badges.

Using Single Badges. Using Duress Codes. Using Escorted Entry Procedures. Visiting Rest ricted Areas. Alarm Annunciation. Security Force Qualifications. Security Force and S upporting Force Composition. Response Force Requirements. Supporting Force Composition.

Security For ce Respons ibilities. Security Fo rce Training. Arming Security Forces. Security Fo rce Vehi cles. Security Force Communications. Support Facility Requirements. Boundary Barriers. Clear Zones. Facility Spacing. Detection Enha ncement Devices.

Warning Signs. Locks and Hasps. Alternate Po wer Supplies. Grills, Grates, and Other Openings. Daily Checks.

General De scription. Selecting IDS and Components. Detection Re quirements. Assessment Re quirements. Transmission Line Secur ity for Nuclear Resources. Physical Protection of Permanent Cabling.

Terminal and Junction Boxes. Environmental Requirements. System Sharing. Radio Frequencies. Radio Frequency Link Comp atibility. Test and Exerci se Requirements. Operational Test and Evaluation. Technical Or der Testing. Periodic Test Requirements. Tamper Test Requirements.

Vulnerability Advers arial Testing. Criteria for Evaluating Sensor Equipment. Annunciator and Displa y Equipment Tests. Operations and Maintenance. Performance Reporting. Technical Orders T. Standardization and Training. IDS Management. IDS Failure. Sensor System Comp ensatory Measures.

Security Forces. Security Facilities. Survivability Measures. Security Procedures and Plans. Security For ce Requirements. Other Space and Space Launch Systems. Space Satellite C ontrol Systems. Detection and Wa rning Systems. Other Space Support Resources. Chapter Standard for Nuclear Resources Overview. DoE Ma terial. Priority A.

Security Requirements fo r Nuclear-Loade d Aircraft.


AFI 31-101 Security

Performs security and resource protection duties within the area of responsibility. Controls entry and exit of military and civilian personnel, vehicles and other equipment at entry points to area. Conduct searches of persons and property within the geographic jurisdictional limitations and in accordance with instructions and provisions of applicable regulations and law. Perform security measures required to secure the combat potential against sabotage and or attacks by individuals, small mobs or forces. Enforces standards of conduct and adherence to applicable laws and regulations within the ANG area of responsibility. Handles emergencies until appropriate key personnel are contacted, and assumes responsibility for the situation. May perform duties with intrusion detection equipment to monitor and maintain communications with the base patrol and other law enforcement agencies.




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