Air Force Security Forces Center

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Air Force Security Forces Center
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Air Force Security Forces Center Shield
Active 1 September 1979 - Present
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Garrison/HQ Lackland Air Force Base
Commanders
Current
commander
Colonel Steve Robinette

The Air Force Security Forces Center (AFSFC) organizes, trains, and equips Air Force security forces worldwide. It develops force protection doctrine, programs, and policies by planning and programming resources to execute the missions of nuclear and non-nuclear weapon system security, physical security, integrated defense, combat arms, law enforcement, antiterrorism, resource protection, and corrections. It identifies and delivers emergent and future force protection and force application solutions through modeling and simulation. It acts as the executive agency for the Department of Defense military working dog program.[1]

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