FLEET-WIDE SECURITY STAND-DOWN:
P 172327Z DEC 19 MID510000809662U
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC
MSGID/NAVADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/CNO/DEC//
SUBJ/FLEET-WIDE SECURITY STAND-DOWN//
NARR/REF A IS SECNAV MEMO TO CNO AND CMC DIRECTING FLEET-WIDE SECURITY STAND
DOWN. REF B IS THE NAVY ANTITERRORISM PROGRAM.
REF C IS THE NAVY INSIDER THREAT PROGRAM.// POC/CDR DARYL MEEKS/OPNAV
ERIC HAMMETT/CIV/OPNAV N462email@example.com/
JENNIFER FLOYD/CIV/OPNAV N2N6Ifirstname.lastname@example.org//
RMKS/1. In light of the tragic events in Fort Story, VA, Pearl Harbor, HI,
and Pensacola, FL, Acting SECNAV has directed execution of a fleet-wide
security stand-down to ensure all Sailors, Marines, and civilian workforce
across all installations and commands are best postured, trained, and
informed to prevent these events in the future.
2. Per reference a, all commands are directed to execute a security stand-
down. Guided by references b and c, commands shall use the material provided
in the links below, Navy eLearning tools, and locally developed training
material. At a minimum, the stand-down shall focus on the following:
a. Command review of current physical security and random antiterrorism
b. Command-wide training on insider threat, including indicators,
actions necessary to deter and mitigate potential insider threats, and
associated reporting requirements. Refer to reference c for insider threat
Training and discussion points can be found at:
c. Command-wide review of active shooter pre-planned responses (PPR).
An active shooter drill or table top exercise of an active shooter event to
validate PPRs should be strongly considered. Additional resources for this
training can be found at the following links:
3. Echelon 2 commands shall report completion of stand-down training by all
installations and units under their command to OPNAV N314 POC by email, cc
N462 and N2N6I, NLT 10 January 2020.
4. Released by Admiral Michael M. Gilday, Chief of Naval Operations.//