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What are the 3 duties of the Interior Guard?

-Preserve order
-Protect property
-Enforce regulations

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General Order 1?

-To take change of this post and all government property in view.

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General Order 2?

-To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on alert and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing.

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General Order 3?

-To report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce.

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General Order 4?

-To repeat all calls from post more distant from the guardhouse than my own.

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General Order 5?

-To quite my post only when properly relieved.

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General Order 6?

-To receive, and pass on to the sentry who relieves me all orders from the commanding officer, officer of the day, and officers and noncommissioned officers of the guard only.

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General Order 7?

-To talk to no one except in the line of duty.

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General Order 8?

-To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder.

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General Order 9?

-To call the corporal of the guard in any case not covered by instructions.

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General Order 10?

-To salute all officers and colors and standards not caused.

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General Order 11?

-To be especially watchful at night and during time for challenging, to challenge all persons on or near my post, and to allow no one to pass without proper authority.

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What is the Interior Guard chain of Command?

-Commanding Officer
-Commander of the Guard
-Sergent of the Guard
-Corporal of the Guard

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What is Deadly Force?

-The efforts of an individual used against another to cause death, substantial risk of death, or serious bodily harm.

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What are the 6 conditions of deadly force?

-Defend yourself
-Defend property not involving national security
-Defend property not involving national security but inherently dangerous to others
-Prevent crimes against people
-Apprehend individuals
-Establish and/or maintain lawful order

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Define Terrorism?

-Unlawful use of force, threats of violence, to intimidate governments to achieve political,religious, or ideological objectives

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Define Perspectives of Terrorism?

-Cheap, low risk, highly effective way for weak nations, individuals, or groups to challenge stronger nations to achieve objectives beyond their own abilities

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Define Long range goals of Terrorism?

-Topple governments, influence top level decisions, and gain recognition for their cause

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Define Short range goals of Terrorism?

-Gaining recognition, reducing government credibility, obtaining funds and equipment, disrupting comms, demonstrating power, influencing elections, freeing prisoners, causing a government to overact

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Define what motivates Terrorism?

-By religion, prestige, power, political change, and material gain

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Define Terrorist Operations?

-Operate in small groups
-2-6 persons per groups
-Supported by sympathetic foreign governments
-Use fear, intimidation, and force

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What is the THREATCON system?

-Designed to standardize security measures

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What are the 4 THREATCON conditions?

-Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta

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Explain Alpha?

-General threat of possible terrorist activity

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Explain Bravo?

-Increased or more predictable threat of action

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Explain Charlie?

-An incident has occurred or intel says terrorist action imminent

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Explain Delta?

-Terrorist attack has occurred or intel says threat very likely

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Name some common rules to avoid terrorist attack?

-Lock unattended vehicles
-Report unusual activity
-Avoid traveling alone
-Travel only on busy well traveled areas
-Keep low profile and do not draw attention to yourself

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4 ways to protect yourself from a terrorist attack?

-Maintain low profile
-Be unpredictable
-Remain Vigilant
-Protect your automobile

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Define Access?

-the ability to obtain knowledge or possess classified info

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Define Compromise?

-Unauthorized disclosure of classified info to persons without valid clearance

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Define Information?

-Any material owned by, produced by or for, or is under control of the US government

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3 levels of security?

-Top secret, Secret, Confidential

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Define Top Secret?

-Info that will cause grave damage to national security

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Define Secret?

-Info that will cause serious damage to national security

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Define Confidential?

-Info that could cause damage to national security

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What are the methods to obtain info?

-Observe and photograph activities
-Eavesdrop on electronic comms
-Read news release
-Listen to careless talk
-Obtain classified documents

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What is Classification?

-Determination by an authorized official, information that requires a special degree of protection against unauthorized disclosure for interest of national security.