The senior member at the ECP serves as the supervisor and
c. Inport Security Plan (ISP). Ships and aviation squadrons
typically develop ISPs/force protection plans (FPPs) whenever
entering a port/airfield not located within a U.S. Navy
installation. These plans supplement the standing AT/FP plans
by providing event-specific CONOPS and procedures. The format
is similar to the five-paragraph SMEAC format common to all U.S.
d. Antiterrorism Standards. DoD & CNO Standards directing
Commanders to take certain steps in the safeguarding of
e. Force Protection Condition (FPCON) Measures. Measures
designed to detect, defend, deter, and mitigate against
terrorist attacks. Commanders are required to tailor DoD FPCON
Measures to local conditions. Both shore installation and
shipboard FPCON Measures are covered.
3. Physical Security. Physical security is the overall
security posture at an activity including policy and resources
committed to safeguard personnel, protect property, and prevent
losses. Physical security is concerned with means and measures
designed to achieve force protection and AT readiness.
Plan laying out all measures and resources to be used in its
over all security program.