Security Forces

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SECURITY FORCES APPRENTICE COURSE (SFAC) TECHNICAL TRAINING (TECH. TRNG.) STUDY GUIDE (SG) L3ABR3P031 0S1C BLOCK IV GROUND COMBAT SKILLS STUDY GUIDE Effective 17 February 2011 37 TRAINING WING 37 TRAINING GROUP 343 TRAINING SQUADRON LACKLAND AFB/ CAMP BULLIS “DOD Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information (UCNI)” Designed for AETC Course Use, Not Intended For Use on the Job Opr: 343d Training Squadron/DORT DSN: 473-6008 SECURITY FORCES APPRENTICE COURSE (SFAC) TECHNICAL TRAINING (TECH. TRNG.) STUDY GUIDE (SG) L3ABR3P031 0S1C SECURITY FORCES STUDY GUIDE (SG L3ABR3PO31 OS1C) DESIGNED TO ENHANCE FORMAL CLASSROOM & TRAINING AREA INSTRUCTION BLOCK IV TABLE OF CONTENTS UNIT Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4…show more content…
The Operations Superintendent would have OPCON and TACON as well. Making small changes to how we operate as an organization to become more effective in daily operations would be TACON. The flight chief is the best example of TACON as they run the flight who is conducting the daily operations. They are told to conduct guardmount, but they are not told in what order they conduct their briefings or what type of information needs to be briefed every day. They also assign who gets posted at each location for the day. OPCON would be the post priority chart that tells the flight chief which posts are the most important and require the most manpower. TACON is used when the flight chief decided who will work the most important post and who will work the gates. Below is a flow chart to help you understand how OPCON and TACON blend together (Figure 1-1). ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL (ADCON) Administrative Control is the direction or exercise of authority over subordinate or other organizations in respect to administration and support, including organization of Service forces, control of resources and equipment, personnel management, unit logistics, individual and unit training, readiness, mobilization, demobilization, discipline, and other matters not included in the operational missions of the subordinate or other organizations. ADCON is mostly the responsibility of the Service Chiefs and Secretaries. However, some functional areas can also utilize ADCON. CONCLUSION Understanding
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