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March 2, 2011

AAF Train on Entry Control Procedures

Afghan Air Force (AAF) personnel have undergone basic apprentice security force training and entry control procedures (ECP) at Pohantoon-e-Hawayee (PeH) in Kabul, Afghanistan. PeH security forces adviser Master Sgt Tyler Brown said the personnel have been trained in security force and e

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Afghan Air Force (AAF) personnel have undergone basic apprentice security force training and entry control procedures (ECP) at Pohantoon-e-Hawayee (PeH) in Kabul, Afghanistan.

PeH security forces adviser Master Sgt Tyler Brown said the personnel have been trained in security force and entry control procedures because they are the backbone of what duties the AAF members will be performing at their squadron.

“One of the main roles of security forces is to control access to whatever area that they are guarding. It’s a key corner stone of that training,” he added.

PeH teaching security procedures instructor Fraidoon said the role ECP training was very important and key to protecting a base, adding that the training will eventually help the Afghan military take over security operations in the country.

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