Watch, Report, Protect...Eagle Eyes program returns to 129th
By 2nd Lt. Maria Tubergen, 129th Rescue Wing Antiterrorism Officer / Published March 29, 2010
MOFFETT FEDERAL AIRFIELD, Calif. --
Watch, Report, Protect... This is the tagline for the Eagle Eyes program being reintroduced here at the 129th Rescue Wing. It's an Air Force anti-terrorism initiative that enlists the eyes and ears of you, your co-workers, family members and friends in the war on terror. It is similar to the Neighborhood Watch program that we have all heard of at one point or another.
Over the next several months, I will be publishing articles to teach you and your family about the typical activities terrorists engage in to plan their attacks. Armed with this information, anyone can recognize elements of potential terror planning when they see it.
I encourage you and your family to stay tuned to the following Rescue E-Grams to learn about the categories of suspicious behavior:
- Tests of security
- Acquiring supplies
- Suspicious persons out of place
- Dry run
- Deploying assets
Nothing is more powerful in this fight than intelligence and the best source of intelligence is an informed and trained Airman. Please accept this challenge; keep your eyes open and report anything out of the ordinary to Security Forces at 3-9111 or your local law enforcement agency when you are off base.