COURSE PROPOSAL

1. Course Title: Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection and Security Course 2. Background: a. The Army in general has various experiences of incidents wherein detachments, command post, convoys, operating units, military personnel, etc. were either successfully ambushed or attacked resulting to loss of life, equipment and destruction of property. b. In response to these incidents, the Army has published numerous directives and policies pertaining to procedures on how to prevent and avert such incidents. c. However, such directives and policies are not properly disseminated and implemented which accounted for the same incidents to recur. d. In view of this, the TIS initiated an effort to come up with a course/program design which focused on FORCE PROTECTION and SECURITY. 3. Course Objectives: a. The AT/FP Security Course is a security program designed to prevent and deny a successful attack of any terrorist group (Abu Sayyaf Group, CNN, rogue members of MILF and MNLF) to any active member of the Philippine Army (Officers, Enlisted personnel, civilian employees, their dependents), its equipment and installations. b. Further, this course is also designed to protect any active member of the Philippine Army (Officers, Enlisted personnel, civilian employees, their dependents, equipment and installations) including its equipment and installations in all locations and situations. 4. Core of Knowledge Content Area(s) & Hours: LEVEL I (Security Awareness and Personal Protection) 30.0 training hours – 4 days – 1 week a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Introduction to Terrorism Terrorist Profile Terrorist Surveillance Detection Counter-Surveillance Individual Protective Measures Hostage Survival Techniques AOR update Emergency First Responder 2.0 2.0 2.0 4.0 2.0 8.0 4.0 16.0

Emergency First Responder n. Threat to National Security b. Military Security i. Military Security h.0 2.0 4. AOR update e. Risk Analysis m.0 4. Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance p.0 8.0 40. Camp Defense/Security System j. Combat Lifesaver m.324 training hours – 40 days – 8 weeks a.0 8. Camp Defense/Security System k.0 4. AOR update f.0 2. C-IED Level III (Command and Control) E6 to E8 and O4 to O8 – 104 training hours – 14 days . Individual and Unit Protective Measures f.LEVEL II (Security Awareness and Unit Protection) E3 to E5 and O1 to O4 .0 8. References and Resources: a.0 4. Counter-Surveillance e.0 4.0 4. Hostage Survival Techniques h.0 80.0 8.0 8.0 4. Individual and Unit Protective Measures g.0 40.0 4. Command and Control p.3 weeks a.0 80. Convoy Operations j. Hostage Survival Techniques g.0 16. Emergency Response and Consequence Management o. Terrorist Operations c. VIP Protection and Security l. Bomb Awareness and Recognition q. Employment/Deployment of Protective Security detail k.0 8.0 40. Combat Marksmanship o. Terrorist Surveillance Detection d. Convoy Operations i.0 8. Formulation of Force Protection Policies/Directives 4. Threat to National Security b. Threat/Risk Management n.0 4.0 2.0 4. Terrorist Operations c.0 4. Terrorist Surveillance Detection d. Physical Security Manual 4.0 2. Force Protection Planning q.0 8.0 4.0 8.0 4.0 .0 4. Threat Assessment l.

b. Level II – 690 rounds cal . Level I – none b. Ammunition Expenditures a. Program of Expenditures a.none . Level III . Combat Lifesaver Manual 5.56mm c. Level I – 2. VIP Protection and Security Manual c. Level II – 3.500 per capita b.500 per capita c. Level III – 2.45 ball/800 rounds 5.800 per capita 6.

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