a. U.S. Navy Master-at-Arms "A" School (CIN A-830-0011).
The student will receive training and be tested on Antiterrorism,
Force Protection, and Basic Law Enforcement to include but not
limited to: Pier Sentry, Harbor Security, Force Protection
Conditions, Physical Security Safeguards, Tactical Team
Use/Application of Force as they pertain to the duties of a U.S.
Navy Security Force Member. The student must obtain an academic
score of 80% or better to successfully pass the course and must
attain firearms proficiency with the M9 Service pistol, M500
shotgun, M16 rifle, and M60 medium machine gun as per OPNAVINST
NPDCINST 5100.1 Series.
Academic instruction is provided in the subjects of
investigative skills, military law, crime lab support, physical
evidence, testimonial evidence, investigating drug offenses,
reporting, special operations, and supplementary examinations.
c. Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor (NEC 0812) (CIN A-041-
0148). Provides navy personnel the training required to perform
the duties of a Small Arms Instructor for rifles, pistols, and
shotguns. This course supports unit level small arms
qualification and skills sustainment. Topics addressed during
this course include safety, the use of deadly force, weapons
characteristics and operation, fundamentals of marksmanship,
range management, and teaching techniques.
d. Crew Served Weapons Operations and Maintenance Course
(CIN A-041-0013). To provide Naval personnel (E5-E9) in all
ratings with the technical knowledge and skills at the mastery
level necessary to operate, maintain, and train the fleet on the
Browning .50 Caliber M2 Machine Gun, the MK 19 Mod 3 Machine Gun,
the M240 Series Machine Gun, the M60 Machine Gun as well as
selected Night Vision Electro-Optics at all ashore facilities
and aboard all ships afloat under all conditions of readiness.
This course is a pre-requisite for the Crew Served Weapons
e. Crew Served Weapons Instructor (NEC 0814) (CIN A-830-
2215). The Crew Served Weapons (CSW) Instructor course is
designed to give personnel the training necessary to qualify
command antiterrorism (AT) watchstanders as a crew served
weapons operators, the ability to assist the AT Training
Supervisor in developing and conducting AT exercises, CSW
Casualty control drills, and tactical employment CSW training.