Welcome to NETSAFA
NETSAFA is the U.S. Navy’s agent for international education and training. We coordinate training support to international governments and international organizations. As a field activity of the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC), we serve as a focal point for all security assistance training program issues, coordination and advice within the U.S. Navy.
On behalf of Captain Douglas Heady, welcome to the Naval Education and Training Security Assistance Field Activity
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Navy's International Training Command Selects Top Civilian (PENSACOLA, Fla. (NNS)),Feb 24, 2014) -- Naval Education and Training Security Assistance Field Activity (NETSAFA) announced Feb. 20 the selection of Traci Adkins as their civilian of the quarter for the first quarter of fiscal year 2014... (full story)
International Anti-Terrorism and Piracy (IATP)Course Graduation (PENSACOLA, Fl., 19 Dec, 2013) -- On 19 December 2013, nine military personnel ranking from O-1 to O-4 graduated from the International Anti-Terrorism and Piracy (IATP) course. The officers represented their militaries from Cape Verde, Egypt, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and the Philippines. IATP (MASL P173002) is taught in Pensacola, Florida at the NETSAFA International Training Center (NITC). IATP is a three and a half week course, taught at the strategic/operational level, designed to acquaint attendees with the most up-to-date information on defenses to terrorism and piracy. The course provides military officers and civilian government officials with an overview of the latest developments in anti-terrorism/piracy actions being taken by governments, militaries and the private sector to defend against potential terrorist and pirate attacks and how to create a plan to meet those threats. The course features expert military and civilian guest speakers, numerous case studies, interactive student exercises and includes several field trips to harbors, airfields, power plants and similar potential terrorist targets. At course completion attendees are capable of leading a military or government organization in conducting vulnerability, risk, and criticality assessments of critical national infrastructure facilities or ashore and afloat military commands and of advising commands as an anti-terrorism and/or anti-piracy officer.