high-risk personnel

high-risk personnel

Personnel who, by their grade, assignment, symbolic value, or relative isolation, are likely to be attractive or accessible terrorist targets. See also antiterrorism.
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Leaders spent extensive time and effort projecting personnel losses, forecasting unit end strength, rerouting potential gains, establishing a realistic timeline for submitting awards and evaluations, identifying individuals to stabilize, and maintaining awareness of high-risk personnel.
The DON CIO Privacy Office determined that notifications to the high-risk personnel were required.
Aircrews and other high-risk personnel are required to make it through this training before completing their technical training.
What was needed was a better way to identify high-risk personnel and better prepare them for their return.
As you update your command mentorship program, ensure that embedded within the program are procedures to identify and track the command's potential and known high-risk personnel.
Marine; and his duties included instructing at scout-sniper school and the Marine's high-risk personnel protection program.
He expanded the web-based "Cannon Cares" high-risk personnel program, which helps commanders monitor off-duty activities, to include safety briefings for high-risk activities like motorcycle and ATV riding.
The command high-risk personnel (HRP) program encompasses the following subordinate functional areas:
All high-risk personnel are provided with annual mandatory tuberculosis evaluations and offered hepatitis B vaccinations.
Globe Staff's geolocalization device (eGeoTrack) will be utilized to significantly improve Survacom's already popular cell phone personal security devices for use with high-risk personnel.
Identify high-risk personnel early, monitor closely, provide specific counseling and guidance, and implement liberty-risk hours.