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This regulation/instruction prescribes policies, procedures, and responsibilities governing the utilization of National Guard and Department of Defense (DoD) resources in the National Guard Counterdrug (CD) Support Program.
The National Guard provides CD support to federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies (LEAs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), educational, and government organizations that request assistance. National Guard personnel engaged in CD support activities for which federal funding is provided by 32 USC § 112 must be acting in support of LEAs, CBOs, educational, or government organizations, hereafter referred to as organizations. National Guard CD programs will only provide support to operations whose primary purpose is counterdrug/counternarcotics or counternarcoterrorism (CNT), with the exception of internal National Guard drug prevention education activities. When using 32 USC § 112 funds, states may execute only those missions that have been approved by the SECDEF within the Governors' State Plans, in conformity with the mission definitions in this regulation/instruction.
Chapter 1 * Introduction * Purpose, 1-1 * References, 1-2 * Explanation of Abbreviations and Terms, 1-3 * Responsibilities, 1-4 * Statutory Authority and Policy, 1-5 * Regulatory Structure, 1-6 * Terms, 1-7 * Chapter 2 * Counterdrug Support Program * Legal Considerations and Requirements, 2-1 * Subpoenas and Requests for Information, 2-2 * Special Notification Requirement, 2-3 * Tort Liability, 2-4 * Governor's State Plan, 2-5 * Waiver Request, 2-6 * Authorized Missions, 2-7 * Use of Counterdrug Assets for Non-Counterdrug Missions, 2-8 * Agreements Between the State and LEAs/CBOs (MOUs/MOAs), 2-9 * Interstate Operations/Agreements (MOUs/MOAs), 2-10 * Chapter 3 * Counterdrug Support Program Operations * Support Role, 3-1 * Force Protection, 3-2 * Arming of Troops and Use of Force, 3-3 * ARNG Operational Ammunition, 3-4 * Basis of Issue for ARNG Operational Ammunition, 3-5 * Rules of Evidence and Chain of Custody, 3-6 * Operational Briefings, 3-7 * Operations Security (OPSEC), 3-8 * Physical Security, 3-9 * Communications Security (COMSEC), 3-10 * Protective Markings, 3-11 * Handling of Sensitive/Law Enforcement Sensitive Information, 3-12 * Intelligence Oversight (IO), 3-13 * Special Notification Requirements, 3-14 * Aviation Counterdrug Mission Support, 3-15 * Light Armored Vehicle Operations, 3-16 * Counterdrug Program Evaluations, 3-17 * Public Affairs, 3-18 * Uniforms, 3-19 * Websites, 3-20 * Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) Initiative, 3-21 * Chapter 4 * Safety and Accident Prevention * General, 4-1 * Air National Guard Mishap Prevention Program, 4-2 * Responsibilities, 4-3 * Inquiries on Safety Issues, 4-4 * Chapter 5 * Training * Training Responsibilities , 5-1 * Firearms Training, 5-2 * Restrictions on Providing Advanced Military Training, 5-3 * Funding Restrictions on Training LEAs/CBOs from Other Nations, 5-4 * Initial Orientation, Counterdrug Support Program Doctrine, 5-5 * Required Training, 5-6 * Mission-Oriented Training, 5-7 * Military Occupation Specialty (MOS)/Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) Related Training, 5-8 * Aerial Observer/Marijuana Training for LEAs, 5-9 * SPIES, FRIES, HELOCAST, Rappelling, and Paradrop Operations, 5-10 * Training and Qualification of Sensor Equipment Employment, 5-11 * ARNG Individual Weapons Qualification, 5-12 * ANG Individual Weapons Qualification, 5-13