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How are force protection conditions selected?

-Terrorist level threat
-Capability to penetrate
-Risk of terrorist attack to assets are exposed
-assets ability to execute if attacked
-assets criticality to their mission

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Who can set fpcon levels?

Commanders at any level.
Subordinate commanders can set local levels if situation warrants

2

What is fpcon normal?

When global threat of possible terrorist activity exists and warrants routine security posture

3

What is fpcon A?

Increase general threat of possible terrorist activity. A measures must be capable of being maintained indefinitely.

4

What is fpcon bravo?

When an increase or more predictable threat of terrorist activity exists

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What is fpcon C?

Applies when incident occurs or intel is received indicating terrorist action

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What is fpcon D?

Applies is immediate area where a terrorist activity has occurred or when Intel is received that terrorist action is against a specific location or person.

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What is Defcon?

Defense readiness condition. An alert posture used by U.S. armed forces.

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Who developed the defcon?

Joint chiefs of staff

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What is defcon 5?

Normal peacetime readiness

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What is defcon 4?

Normal, increased intel and strengthened security

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What is defcon 3?

Increase in force readiness

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What is defcon 2?

Further increase in readiness but less than max

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What is defcon 1?

Max force readiness