Presentation on theme: "UNCLASSIFIED. AIR FORCE UNCLASSIFIED DOD Reg 4500.9-R (DTR Part V) USCENTCOM REG. 600-10, MILITARY CUSTOMS INSPECTION (Revision) TM NO. 31, CONTINGENCY."— Presentation transcript:
DOD Reg 4500.9-R (DTR Part V) USCENTCOM REG. 600-10, MILITARY CUSTOMS INSPECTION (Revision) TM NO. 31, CONTINGENCY RETROGRADE WASHDOWNS CENTCOM GENERAL ORDER 1-B CENTCOM PERMITTED AND PROHIBITED ITEM CHECK LIST TSA CHECKLIST REFERENCES
UNCLASSIFIED TASK: Train CBCAs to support the Customs Border Protection (CBP) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA) mission while expediting the return of individuals and unit equipment to CONUS. PURPOSE: To Provide Customs Pre-Clearance for DOD Cargo, Rolling Stock, Personnel and Personal Belongings. EFFECTIVE MAY 2009 ALL CBCA TRAINING WILL BE CONDUCTED DURING PRE DEPLOYMENT PHASE. SINCE OCT 2009 USCENTCOM/CBP/USDA HAVE TRAINED ALMOST 2000 PRE DEPLOYING SERVICE PERSONNEL AS CBCA’S Task & Purpose
UNCLASSIFIED Customs Border Clearance Agent (CBCA) Certification: Trained and Certified by CBP and USDA Attend 2 day class instructed by Senior CBP and USDA personnel Customs Border Clearance Agent Duties: Inspect accompanied baggage Issue a DD Form 1854 or CF 6059B (Individual Declaration Forms) Inspect Unit Equipment (Rolling stock, Pallets, MILVAN’s, Etc.) Complete DD Form 1253 or DD 2855 / Attach Customs Seals Validate USDA Standards of cleanliness are met for redeploying equipment
UNCLASSIFIED Customs Border Protection U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Treasury (IRS) Department of Transportation Environmental Protection Agency Interagency Coordination Fish and Wildlife Service Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms FBI DEA
UNCLASSIFIED Iran Pakistan Iraq Qatar As of : FEB 10 Saudi Arabia CFLCC AL ASAD MANAS Bahrain Djibouti Uzbekistan Afghanistan Kuwait CENTCOM CUSTOMS AOR BAGRAM KAF UQ* BALAD Al Aqaba, Jordan
UNCLASSIFIED EXAMINATION: The process of scrutinizing and/or physically opening personal property, baggage, parcel mail, cartons, containers, and other DOD cargo as required to ascertain the contents, its cleanliness, and compatibility. This includes the disassembly of the articles required to ascertain the contents thereof. The mere presence of a Customs Territory Border authorizes a search. Search warrants are not required. INSPECTION: The detailed observation of personnel, personal property, items, letters and parcel mail, and other DOD cargo, noting their markings and other outer physical characteristics. Personnel observations include questioning and screening for potential customs violations. DEFINITIONS
UNCLASSIFIED VEHICLES All vehicles must pass an agriculture examination before movement. Vehicles will have no soil, sand, vegetable matter, or insect/animal parts. Grease is NOT considered soil/dirt. Units will remove all equipment from vehicles and open all compartments IAW CBCA instructions prior to the examination being conducted. If items are unable to be properly cleaned overseas, they will be held at the first U.S. port of entry until properly cleaned. Once the vehicle finishes in the wash site and is examined, a DD Form 2855 is affixed to the vehicle and signed by an CBCA. The vehicle is then placed in a guarded sterile area under the control of CBCA personnel (Units will assist by providing guard personnel when requested by the CBCA). If the DD Form 2855 is removed, or if sterility is compromised at any time, the vehicle must be re ‑ examined and a new form affixed.
UNCLASSIFIED VEHICLE WASH SITE VEHICLE INSPECTION EQUIPMENT WASH SITE EQUIPMENT INSPECTION LOAD EQUIPMENT ON VEHICLES FINAL RINSE STERILE AREA LOADING LANE UPLOAD AIRCRAFT : UNINSPECTED : SUBJECT TO REJECTION : MUST REMAIN STERILE AND FREE FROM COMPROMISE
UNCLASSIFIED : UNINSPECTED : SUBJECT TO REJECTION : MUST REMAIN STERILE AND FREE FROM COMPROMISE STERILE AREA LOADING LANE UPLOAD AIRCRAFT HISTORICAL ARTIFACTS COLLECTION POINT PAX COLLECTION/ BRIEFING POINT AMNESTY ROOM CUSTOMS/ AGRICULTURAL INSPECTION
UNCLASSIFIED PRECLEARANCE OF VEHICLES, MILVANS, CONEXES AND DOD CARGO NO MIXING OF GOVERNMENT AND PERSONAL PROPERTY ACQUIRED IN THE OVERSEAS AREA IS AUTHORIZED IN ANY CONTAINER. INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT DEPLOYED IN SUPPORT OF COOPERATIVE RESPONSE MAY BE PLACED IN UNIT CONTAINERS AT THE DISCRETION OF THE UNIT COMMANDER. Once the container is in the sterile area, tampering or opening the container is forbidden. If the seal is broken on a container, re-examination is required as is a new 2855. Additional instructions and guidance can be found in the Commander’s Handbook for Customs Operations and copies should be distributed to supporting Military/Security Police personnel performing CBCA duties.