U. S. Navy, advanced training for Force Protection security related duties to protect their unit, its mission, and its crew members whether pier side, at sea, or at a naval facility from acts of terrorism or sabotage.
Students are taught to perform force protection duties to protect their unit from acts of terrorism or sabotage.
Members will learn to prevent the threat from penetrating the ship, by utilization of proper procedures and tactical movements.
FPFT requires the student to learn and use combat formations to reach a pre-determined objective.
Students are instructed on movements in confined spaces, such as submarines, berthing areas, and barrack environments.
FPFT teaches students to move individually and in small groups for crowd control and search and seizure operations.
Small unit tactics and leadership are stressed in this force-on-force scenario based training environment.