USAG Humphreys implements Antiterrorism training and education in support of Antiterrorism Awareness Month and initiates the iWatch ARMY program in a synergized effort to enhance the current level of Antiterrorism Awareness for Soldiers, Civilians and Family members and to leverage every member of the Army community as a sensor to help identify, prevent, and take an active role in reporting suspicious behavior and criminal activities.
What is iWatch?
- iWatch is a community program to help your neighborhood stay safe from terrorist activities
- iWatch is a program and partnership between your community and your local law enforcement
- iWatch ask you to report behavior and activities that are unusual or seem out of ordinary
For more information, visit the downloads tab for briefs, cards, info papers, posters, tips and vignettes.
Individual Anti-Terrorism Plan (ITAP)
Do not begin filling out your IATP until you have met all of the pre-travel requirements. You will have to provide the dates in your IATP of when you met each requirement. It is recommended that you have your travel plans and contact information available when filling out your IATP. Below are the steps that are also on the Individual Anti-Terrorism Plan (IATP) site.
STEP 1: Worldwide Threat Levels: This brief must be received within 3 months of travel. Review the FPCON and various threat levels for your destination(s).
STEP 2: DOS Travel Warnings: Check to see if there is a travel warning for your destination(s). Travel warnings are issued when the Department of State recommends that Americans avoid a certain country.
STEP 3: DOS Travel Alerts: Check to see if there are travel alerts for your destination(s). The Department of State issues travel alerts to distribute information quickly about terrorist threats and other short-term conditions that pose significant risks or disruptions to Americans.
STEP 4: OSAC Warden Messages: View the latest OSAC warden message postings.
STEP 5: DOS Country Specific Information Document: View information posted for your destination(s). Recommend that you print out and read thoroughly, and keep in your possession as part of your overall IATP package.
STEP 6: DOD Foreign Clearance Guide: View information posted for your destination(s) and ensure that timelines are being met for submissions of Theater, Country and/or Special Area Clearance message requests (if required).
Required Reading for Travel to MEXICO: Mexico Brief, WHTI Mexico Fact Sheet, CNRSW Liberty INST 1500.1C, Travel Tracker Procedures for CNAF Personnel Tijuana Liberty Brief, and CNRSW - 1 MEF Mexico Message - Mexico Travel Policy
Pre-Travel Training: Level 1 ATFP Awareness Training: This training must be completed within 12 months of travel.
Travel to Korea - USFK Required Training: If traveling to South Korea (ROK) on official business (TDY/TAD), this training is required within 12 months of travel.
ISOPREP / PRMS: ISOPREPs must be submitted from a SIPR terminal (https://prmsglobal.prms.af.smil.mil).
SERE 100 Code of Conduct Level B Training: Required within 24 months of travel.
Human Right Training - if traveling to SOUTHCOM AOR: After opening the link, select 'Human Rights', then select 'Training'. If you are a new user, click 'new account', fill out the form and a password will be e-mailed to you.
The SOUTHCOM point of contact for human rights training is:
SCJ5-Human Rights Division