- Force Protection Processes
The Alliance Force Protection (FP) process utilizes a FP model which is a schematic representation of the functions, assets, controls, measures, and mechanisms, by which commanders and staffs may plan FP and respond to incidents, hazards, or attacks. It is not intended to replace the Operational Planning Process, but rather to provide FP planners with a methodology to plan and implement FP measures, tasks, and activities at the operational level. It consists of sequential and iterative sub-functions built around a threat and hazard, vulnerability, and risk assessment process. Other elements of the model include the assets being protected, the measures, tasks, and activities used to safeguard those assets, and procedures to continuously supervise and review the FP capability and posture.
- Function-specific Operations