"Short Title of Publication Supplemented, i.e., AFI37-160 and AFSPC Supplement Number, i.e., AFSPC1 - Place No Spaces In Title" \* MERGEFORMAT


"Date of Supplement - Spell Month Out Completely" \* MERGEFORMAT

1 June 1995

"Series Title"

Space, Missile, Command, and Control

"Long Title - Type In All Capital Letters"


AFI13-207, 15 April 1994, is supplemented as follows and applies to all AFSPC bases and the Air Force Space Operations Center (AFSPOC) for reporting. It provides guidelines for preventing, resisting, and reporting hijacking attempts at AFSPC airfields. It does not apply to the Air National Guard nor the Air Force Reserves units.

Changes OPR to HQ AFSPC Airfield Operations Branch (DOOH). Information was reorganized to conform to new AFI format. Passenger screening and baggage inspections exemptions are limited to mobility-type movements.

5.1.1. The Commander ,Thule AB, GL, immediately notifies the NMCC of a hijacking through MAJCOM operations centers and Command Posts, and Air Force Operations Support Center. The Commander, Thule AB, GL, immediately notifies the Danish Island Commander through the Danish Liaison Officer.

7.4.1. Place warning signs in the passenger screening area to inform passengers and crew members that: It is a Federal crime to: Carry concealed weapons aboard an aircraft. Interfere with flight crews including any flight attendants. Transport explosives aboard an aircraft. Attempt to seize, or seize an aircraft by threat of force or violence. Stow away aboard an aircraft. Possess, use, or transfer narcotic drugs (to include marijuana) aboard an aircraft. Give false information onthe items mentioned above. Under Federal Law, passengers and baggage are subject to search.

2 AFI13-207AFSPC1 1 June 1995 Passengers under the influence of alcohol or drugs (not medically prescribed) or acting in an unruly manner are denied boarding of an aircraft, or they are removed from the aircraft at the next landing point and turned over to the authorities for further action. The agency manifesting passengers for flights conducts allboarding inspections; certifies the passenger manifest; and ensures that antihijacking procedures have been accomplished. When an individual is authorized to carry weapons, explosives, or other lethal devices, the manifesting official states soon the passenger manifest. Passenger terminal personnel fill out the passenger manifest, determine weights of passengers and baggage, and verify the passenger's eligibility for travel.Passengers presenting suspect documents and military personnel without DD Form 2-series identification (ID) cards are referred to the traffic management officer. Security Police (SP) are summoned if an individual is asuspected hijacker. The traffic management officer determines whether or not to continue further processing and boarding.

7.4.3. Individuals performing armed escort duties must meet the specifications set forth in AFI 31-207, Arming and Use of Force by Air Force Personnel. With the installation commander's approval, distinguished visitors are not subject to search to include checked and carry-on baggage. Groups from HQ NORAD, HQ USSPACECOM, HQ AFSPC, US Air Force Academy (USAFA), and other units involved in mobility-type movements may be antihijack cleared (at the discretion of the manifesting agency) without pre-boarding inspection, providing all of the following requirements have been met: The group consists of six or more members. Passenger manifest information is provided to the passenger terminal section 2 hours prior to boarding. Troop Commander (normally the senior member) will certify that an antihijack inspection has been conducted and certify on the passenger manifest. The following statement will be entered on the passenger manifest:

I certify all personnel for whom I am designated troop commander have been briefed on requirements for travel, their authorized weapons are cleared, and any unauthorized hazardous materials have been removed from their checked baggage or hand carried baggage.

Troop Commander's Signature/Rank/Date Medical commanders ensure that litter and ambulatory patients, medical attendants, and associated baggage meet the intent of this regulation. Submits OPREP-3 PINNACLE per AFM10-206, US Air Force Reporting Instructions, ensuring the AFSPOC is an addressee on all OPREP messages.

AFI13-207AFSPC1 1 June 1995 3 Notify HQ AFSPC Commander (CC), Operations (DO), Security Police (SP), Public Affairs (PA), Intelligence (IN), and Staff Judge Advocate (SJA) through the AFSPOC.

Table 1. para 1. Maintain a narrative of how the exercise was conducted and its results.

Table 1. para 5. Establish points of contact with local law enforcement officials.

Table 1. para 11(Added). Leave the operational control of civilian aircraft with the carrier.

Table 1. para 12(Added). When commercial aircraft are involved, follow the procedures in AFI 10-801, Assistance to Civilian Law Enforcement; and DoD 5525.5-D, DoD Cooperation with Civilian Law Enforcement Officials.

Table 1. para 13(Added). If authorities of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) or the international equivalent request assistance, immediately notify the AFSPOC.

Table 1. para 14(Added). Thule AB, GL, exercises the notification process only.

Brigadier General, USAF
Director of Operations