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1 Job Task Analysis: Aviation Security Certification Domain: Historical Context 1. Recognize the economic impact of aviation on the U.S. Gross Domestic Product. a. Explain why air transportation is essential to the United States 2. Explain airport ownership and operational structures, how airports are funded and how that impacts aviation security measures. a. Explain the primary means by which airports are funded, to pay for operational and capital expenditures. b. Explain the difference between airport and airline operations. c. Explain how various airport ownerships structures can affect security. d. Differentiate a Part 139 airport from general aviation airports. 3. Explain the economic impact of a security breach on airline and U.S. airport operations. 4. Describe the events of 9/11 and the weaknesses within the U.S. aviation security system at the time. 5. Describe the principle findings of the 9/11 Commission. 6. Identify the landmark incidents in aviation security history and how they changed the U.S. and world response to aviation crime and terrorism, pre 9/11 and post 9/11. a. Motives and government responses to hijackings and bombings in the 1960s b. Dawson s Field Hijackings c. DB Cooper d. TWA 847 e. Air India 182 f. Rome and Vienna Attacks g. PSA 1771 h. Pan Am 103 (Lockerbie) i. Fed Ex Flight 705 j. The Manila Air Plot k. TWA 800 l. The Shoe Bomber m. LAX terminal shooting (2002) n. MANPAD attacks o. Liquid Bomb Plot ( 06) p. Russian Airliner Bombings ( 04) q. Glasgow terminal attack r. Underwear bomber(s) s. Yemen Air Cargo Attack t. Moscow terminal bombing u. LAX terminal shooting (2013) Domain: Government Regulations

2 1. Identify the roles of the International Civil Aviation Organization. a. Describe the core elements of Annex 17. b. Know what the Standards and Recommended Practices are and how they influence security policy in the U.S. 2. Identify the central legislation that has been passed and its influence on security procedures, specifically: a. The Anti Hijacking Acts, 1971, 1974 b. The Aviation Security Improvement Act of 1990 c. The Aviation Security and Antiterrorism Act of 1996 d. The Aviation Security Improvement Act of 2000 e. The Aviation and Transportation Security Act of 2001 f. Explain the significant changes that occurred after the Federal government took over passenger screening and created the TSA, including: screening measures; the air marshal program; background checks; air cargo; cockpit door security; and security fees. g. The Air Transportation Safety and Stabilization Act of 2001 h. The Homeland Security Act of 2002 i. The Vision 100 Century of Aviation Act 2003 j. The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 (IRTPA) k. The Implementing the Recommendations of the 9/11 Act Differentiate the European Union, Canadian, and Asian methods of aviation security versus the United States. 4. Know the fundamental regulations that address aviation security, specifically: a. Title 49 CFR Part 1500 b. 1503: Enforcement c. 1520: Sensitive Security Information d. 1540: General Rules e. 1542: Airport Security f. 1544: Aircraft Operator Security g. 1546: Foreign Air Carrier Security h. 1548: Indirect Air Carrier Security i. 1550: General Aviation Operations j. 1552: Flight School Security k. 1562: Operations in the DC Area Domain: Airport Security 1. Describe intelligence and intervention methods used in the Intelligence Community, and how they influence aviation security policy and procedures. a. List the intelligence cycle b. Know the six types of intelligence in the IC c. Know the five categories of intelligence available to the intelligence consumer

3 d. Know how to handle classified information and Sensitive Security Information e. Know how sources of intelligence are classified f. Explain the function of: fusion centers, Terrorism Liaison Officers and InfraGard and the Joint Terrorism Task Force g. Describe jurisdiction issues between different law enforcement agencies and the airport police authority. h. Describe Secure Flight 2. Describe the role of the North American Aerospace Defense Command 3. Describe the role the Department of Homeland Security 4. Describe the role the Transportation Security Administration a. Describe the role of the Federal Security Director b. Describe the role of Transportation Security Inspectors c. Describe the role Transportation Security Officers d. Describe the role TSA s Office of Intelligence e. Describe the role of Federal Air Marshals (in-flight and on the ground) f. Describe the role of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in aviation security g. Describe the role Customs and Border Protection and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement in aviation security. h. Describe the role State Aeronautical Agencies. i. Describe the role local law enforcement in airport security. 5. Describe the roles and responsibilities of the Airport Security Coordinator 6. Explain the function and know the contents of the Airport Security Program, including: a. Writing the Program b. Compliance and Enforcement of the Program c. Describe the difference between: i. Airside ii. Landside iii. Terminal d. Security Areas i. Air Operations Area (AOA) ii. Secured Area iii. Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) iv. Sterile Area v. Exclusive Use Area vi. Airport Tenant Security Program Area e. Access Control Systems f. Credentialing Domain: Law Enforcement a. Law Enforcement Support Requirements b. Contingency and Incident Management Plans i. Explain non-ssi actions during: 1. Bomb threats, airport, aircraft

4 Domain: Screening 2. Hijackings 3. Active shooter 4. Surface to air missile attack 5. Asymmetric threats (CBRNE, laser, cyber) ii. Explain airport exercise requirements (Part 1542 and Part 139) iii. Understand basic airport fire and rescue requirements (i.e. the ARFF Index and EMS requirements) iv. Discuss jurisdictional issues between the NTSB and the FBI c. Security Operations Center activities d. Perimeter Security v. List existing and emerging security technologies used for airport security e.g. perimeter intrusion detection in blast fences. 1. Explain screening measures including: a. How passenger and baggage screening evolved in the U.S. b. Screener training requirements c. Sterile Area access requirements d. Checkpoint Operations and Design e. Entry and Exit Lane Protections f. Travel Document process g. Behavioral profiling h. Risk Based screening i. Passenger screening techniques and technologies j. Carry on baggage screening techniques and technologies k. Checked baggage screening techniques and technologies l. Screening of aviation employees m. Canine uses in screening n. The Screening Partnership Program Domain: Aircraft Operator Procedures 1. Describe the requirements of the Aircraft Operator Security Programs a. Explain the evolution of aircraft operator security in the U.S. b. Describe the roles and responsibilities of the: i. Aircraft Operator Security Coordinator ii. Ground Security Coordinator iii. In-Flight Security Coordinator iv. Airline Station Manager (related to security) c. Describe the qualifiers for the various Aircraft Operator Security Programs, specifically the: i. Full, Partial, Private Charter, All-Cargo and 12-5 security programs, within the overall context of the Aircraft Operator Standard Security Coordinator (AOSSC) program ii. Identify screening requirements

5 iii. Identify security coordinator requirements iv. Identify law enforcement, (response and flying armed) and prisoner requirements v. Identify catering requirements d. Discuss in-flight security and handling in-flight disruptions (air rage) e. Discuss flight crew protection techniques on and off the aircraft 2. Explain border protection issues for international flights Domain: General Aviation and Cargo 1. Distinguish the General Aviation industry from the commercial service industry a. Know the financial impact of the general aviation industry and its role in the U.S. economy and transportation system. 2. Describe the historical incidents involving GA aircraft, including: a. Plots to use GA to attack ground targets b. Suicide pilots 3. Describe the primary issues to consider when addressing GA security 4. Explain how 9/11 changed the GA industry 5. Describe the core elements of the TSA s GA security guidance 6. Describe GA airport security best practices 7. Explain the Airport Watch program 8. Describe helicopter security best practices and uses of a helicopter for illicit means 9. Describe special considerations for law enforcement for GA security and for agricultural operations 10. Explain flight school security requirements 11. Explain the requirements for GA flying into Reagan/National Airport and for flights into the GA airports located within the Washington DC Flight Restriction Zone. 12. Describe the threats from/to the air cargo industry. 13. Know the historical context for air cargo incidents a. Unabomber b. Yemen 14. Describe the air cargo industry, specifically: a. Direct Shippers b. Freight Forwarders 15. Explain the Known Shipper program 16. Describe the elements of the Indirect Air Carrier Standard Security Program 17. Explain the Certified Cargo Screening Program Counterterrorism in Aviation 1. Describe the evolution of terrorists and crime within the aviation domain a. Distinguish international versus domestic threats b. Describe characteristics of terrorists attacks c. Explain McRaven s concept of Relative Superiority and its relationship to 9/11, and the six principles.

6 d. Explain the OODA loop and the SARA, SLATT and SAR models 2. Know the elements of the terrorist attack cycle 3. List the existing the threats to aviation and their characteristics 4. List emerging conventional threats to aviation and their characteristics 5. List emerging asymmetrical threats to aviation and their characteristics 6. Explain the insider threat 7. Explain the emergency management cycle including: a. Mitigation b. Preparedness c. Response d. Recovery 8. Describe the National Incident Management System (NIMS) 9. Describe aviation policing strategies 10. List the typical crimes committed in aviation and their characteristics 11. Describe the Security Management System and its key elements 12. Differentiate between policing commercial aviation versus general aviation 13. Describe the roles and responsibilities of professional security officers 14. Describe the roles airport operations personnel fulfill in aviation security

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