Team Member Basic (below), constitutes the Armed Sentry
Course/Security Reaction Force Basic course of instruction.
(2) Security Reaction Force Team Member Basic (CIN A-
830-2217). Taught by qualified Antiterrorism Training
Supervisors (NEC 9501). Teaches basic tactical individual and
team movements. When taken with Navy Security Force Sentry
(above), constitutes the Armed Sentry Course/Security Reaction
Force Basic course of instruction.
(3) Armed Sentry/Security Reaction Force - Basic
(ASC/SRF:B) (CIN A-830-0018). Teaches basic sentry skills and
individual and team tactical movements.
(4) Security Reaction Force Advanced (CIN A-830-0396).
Educates and trains crew members assigned to Security Reaction
Force related duties to protect their unit, its mission, and its
crew members; whether pierside, at sea, or at an air facility;
from acts of terrorism or sabotage. Team members will learn how
to deal with potential threats; whether from the pier, small
boat, or any other means of penetrating a unit; under emergency
conditions by utilizing proper reaction force measures and
tactical team movements.
(5) Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW) Basic Instructor (CIN A-
830-0035). Provides the NLW Basic Instructor the necessary
knowledge and skills to instruct individuals in non-lethal
weaponry principles, procedures, and techniques that fall within
acceptable guidelines of the "Use of Force" continuum, to
include unarmed self-defense skills, Close Range Subject Control
(CRSC) techniques and safe employment, and use of both the
intermediate weapon (baton) and Oleoresin Capsicum (i.e., OC and
(6) Antiterrorism Training Supervisor (AT TRASUP) (NEC
9501) (Course Identification Number A-830-0034). Provides the
designated AT Training Supervisor for afloat and ashore units
with the knowledge and skills required for delivery of entry and
sustainment level security force training to Navy personnel, and
to assist with Force Protection Training Team (FPTT) duties, to
include armed sentry watchstanding procedures, Non-Lethal
Weapons (NLW) employment, and Security Reaction Force (SRF)
response procedures. This course is designed to instill the
level of knowledge, skills, and abilities required to
effectively oversee and assess daily AT security force training
and unit readiness to defend against potential terrorist
operations in an asymmetrical environment. Graduates of this