AT/FP

(redirected from Antiterrorism/Force Protection)
AcronymDefinition
AT/FPAntiterrorism/Force Protection
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The ITCS Office is charged with overseeing Insider Threat activities within these specific areas, and coordinating with related efforts across the antiterrorism/force protection (AT/FP), human resources (HR), law enforcement (LE), security and other mission areas within the operational Navy.
Because of that experience, we've been involved with design issues relating to Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) measures for some time, and are now transitioning those skills to our other clients in light of today's increased focus on security issues relating to building design.
The overall antiterrorist posture of installations has improved thanks to increased awareness, command emphasis, the assessment process, comprehensive trends analysis, and cross talk with both service and CINC antiterrorism/force protection divisions; yet many areas need enhancement.
This CD, developed by the Joint Chiefs of Staff J-34, Combating Terrorism Directorate, contains an interactive template to guide installation staff through developing a WMD appendix to the installation's antiterrorism/force protection plan.
Figure 4 is a graphic that summarizes the roles and responsibilities for implementing the directives for the Air Force antiterrorism/force protection (AT/FP) program.
The ITCS Office is charged with overseeing Insider Threat activities within these specific areas, and coordinating with related efforts across the antiterrorism/force protection, human resources, law enforcement, security and other mission areas within the operational Navy.
Historically, students learned traditional law enforcement skills, but these skills have been enhanced in large measure by security and antiterrorism/force protection skills such as operating a variety of crew-served weapons, protecting security perimeters and entry control points and performing combat first aid.
The Army Corps of Engineers, Southwestern Region, in Fort Worth, TX, plans a solicitation for indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracts for construction, antiterrorism/force protection services and remediation/demolition of real property.
Fort Huachuca's Concepts and Doctrine Divisions are influencing policy with the development of intelligence support to installation commanders' antiterrorism/force protection (AT/FP) doctrine.
Army Regulation 525-13, Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP): Security of Personnel, Information, and Critical Resources from Asymmetrical Attack, prescribes the same standards for Army personnel.