The following Mission Statements for the 3084th Air Police/Security Squadron were taken from the Historical Reports of the 3084th Aviation Depot Group, recently declassified by the Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, and the United States Air Force.

3084th AIR POLICE/SECURITY SQUADRON - MISSION

(1 Jan - 30 June 1956)

            The mission of the 3084th Security Squadron is to provide for the internal security of the 3084th Aviation Depot Group (AMC), Stony Brook Air Force Station, Westover Air Force Base, Massachusetts.  View Organization Chart (Adobe PDF)

            The major factors which determine the overall mission of the Security Squadron are:

                          a.    The mission of the 3084th Aviation Depot Group.
                          b.    Security standards established by higher headquarters, the Atomic Energy Commission, and local conditions.

            The internal security of Stony Brook Air Force Station, as provided by the Security Squadron, is categorized in three basic sub-divisions:

                          a.    Physical Security which includes:
                                 (1)    Operation of a guard force to control personnel access to controlled, limited, and exclusion areas, and
                                            to furnish an immediate tactical group of armed Air Police to investigate and combat any overt hostile
                                            acts against this Station.
                                 (2)    Provide well-trained Air Police in ground combat as a nucleus for a Station defense organization in accordance
                                                with AFR 355-4.

                          b.    Personnel Security which includes:
                                 (1)    Indoctrination of Station personnel in security procedures and precautions.
                                 (2)    Process personnel security clearances on, and supervise the degree of access to, classified material afforded
                                            personnel assigned to or employed on this Station.
                                 (3)    To establish a badge identification control system for all personnel on this Station.
                                 (4)    To conduct registration and supervise the storage of privately owned weapons on this Station.
                                 (5)    Maintenance and operation of Station Photographic Laboratory.

                          c.    Law Enforcement which includes:
                                 (1)    Survey of vehicular traffic requirements within the confines of this Station.
                                 (2)    Development of traffic control facilities such as the establishment of speed limits, one-way roads, and
                                            positioning of traffic control signs.
                                 (3)    The enforcement of law and order on this Station.
                                 (4)    Maintenance of liaison with outside law enforcement agencies.

            On staff level, it is the responsibility of the Director of Security to:

                                 a.    Interpret and establish procedures for the handling, storage, and safeguarding of all classified
                                            material on this Station.
                                 b.    Coordinate an external defense plan and establish and maintain an internal defense plan for this
                                            Station to include a comprehensive personnel training program.
                                 c.    Keep the 3084th Aviation Depot Group Commander informed of the general security situation,
                                            making recommendations for improvement where required.

           

(1 July - 31 December 1956)

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(1 Jan - 30 June 1957)

            The mission of the 3084th Air Police Squadron is to insure the operational capability of the 3084th Aviation Depot Group (AMC), Stony Brook Air Force Station, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts.

            Factors that determine the overall mission of the Air Police Squadron are the mission of the 30814th Aviation Depot Group, security standards established by higher headquarters and the Atomic Energy Commission, and local conditions.

ORGANIZATION

            The internal security of Stony Brook Air Force Station, as provided by the Air Police Squadron, is categorized in three basic subdivisions:

                a. Physical Security, which includes:

                    (1) Operation of a guard force to control personnel access to controlled, limited, and exclusion areas, and to
                            furnish an armed, tactical force ready for immediate deployment in the event of overt, hostile acts against this Station. 
                    (2) Providing well trained Air Police personnel to serve as a nucleus for Station ground defense organization in accordance
                            with AFR 355-4.

                b. Personnel Security, which includes:

                    (1) Indoctrination of Station personnel in security procedures and precautions.
                    (2) Processing personnel security clearances on personnel assigned or employed on this Station, and supervising the
                            degree of access to classified material afforded these personnel.
                    (3) Establishment of a badge identification control system for all personnel on this Station.
                    (4) Registration of privately owned vehicles, weapons, and cameras on this Station.
                    (5) Maintenance and operation of the Air Police Photo Laboratory.

                c. Law Enforcement, which includes:

                    (1) Surveying vehicular traffic and parking requirements within the confines of this Station.
                    (2) Development of traffic control facilities to insure the orderly flow of traffic and the protection of personnel and equipment.
                    (3) Enforcement of law and order on this Station, and on the immediate approaches to this Station.
                    (4) Maintenance of liaison with outside law enforcement agencies, and the Westover Air Force Base Provost Marshal.

            On staff level, it is the responsibility of the Director of Security to:

                    a. Interpret and establish procedures for the handling, storage, and safeguarding of all classified material on the Station.
                    b. Coordinate an external defense plan, and establish and maintain an internal defense plan for this Station to include
                            a comprehensive personnel training program.
                    c. Inform and advise the 3054th Aviation Depot Group Commander on the general security situation.

(1 July - 31 December 1957)

MISSION

            The mission of the 3084th Air Police Squadron is to provide security to insure the operational capability of the 3084th Aviation Depot Group (AMC), Stony Brook Air Force Station, Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts.

            Factors that determine the overall mission of the Air Police Squadron are t the mission of the 3084th Aviation Depot Group, security standards established by higher headquarters, and the Atomic Energy Commission, and local conditions.

ORGANIZATION

            The internal security of Stony Brook Air Force Station, as provided by the Air Police Squadron, is categorized into three basic subdivisions:

                    a. Physical Security, which includes:

                        (1) Operation of a guard force for the purpose of controlling personnel access to controlled, limited, and exclusion areas.
                              To furnish an armed tactical force ready for immediate deployment in the event of enemy hostile attempts against this Station.

                        (2) Providing a trained Air Police Force to serve as a nucleus for Station ground defense organization in accordance with AFR 355-4.

                    b. Personnel Security, which includes:

                        (1) Indoctrination of Station personnel in security procedures and precautions.
                        (2) Processing personnel security clearances for personnel assigned or employed at this Station, and supervising the degree
                               of access to classified material afforded these personnel.
                        (3) Establishment of a badge identification system for all personnel at this Station.
                        (4) Registration of privately owned vehicles, weapons, and cameras on this Station.
                        (5) Maintenance and operation of the Air Police Photo Laboratory.

                    c. Law Enforcement, which includes:
                        (1) Survey of vehicular traffic and perking requirements within the confines of this Station.
                        (2) Development of traffic control facilities to insure the orderly flow of traffic and the protection of personnel and equipment.
                        (3) Enforcement of law and order on this Station and the immediate approaches to this Station.
                        (4) Maintenance of liaison with outside law enforcement agencies and the Westover Air Force Base Provost Marshal.

            At staff level, it is the responsibility of the Director of Security to:
                    a.  Establish and monitor procedures for the handling, storage, and safeguarding of all classified material at this Station.
                    b.  Coordinate an external defense plan. Establish and maintain an internal defense plan for this Station, including a
                           comprehensive personnel training program.
                    c.  Inform and advise the 3084th Aviation Depot Group Commander concerning local and national security matters as
                           they affect the security of this Station.

(1 Jan - 30 June 1958)

MISSION

            There have been no changes in the mission of the 3084th Air Police Squadron since the submission of the previous historical report.

ORGANIZATION

            The internal security of Stony Brook Air Force Station as provided by the Air Police Squadron, was operated by two basic subdivisions:

                    a. The Physical Security Division which included:

                        (1)  The operation of a guard force to provide personnel access control to restricted areas.
                        (2)  The provision of an armed tactical force ready for immediate deployment in the event of enemy hostile attempts
                                against this station or when such attacks were suspected.
                        (3)  The provision of a trained Air Police force to serve as a nucleus for station ground operations in accordance with AFR 355-4.
                        (4)  The provision for traffic control to insure the orderly flow of traffic and the protection of personnel and equipment.
                        (5)  Enforcement of law and order on the station and within the immediate area of this station.
                        (6)  Maintenance of liaison with outside law enforcement agencies and the Westover Air Force Base Provost Marshal.
                        (7)  Supervision of the training and armament sections.
                        (8)  Security Education became a responsibility or the chief, Physical Security Division as an additional duty by vocal
                                order of the Squadron Commander.
                        (9)  The Armament Section had always functioned as a part of the Physical Security Division. For purposes of
                                administration, by vocal order of the Squadron Commander, it became a part of the Physical Security Divisio
n.
                        (10) Training Section became a part of the Physical Security Division.  A new Unit Manning Document was to become
                                effective on 1 July.  A position was created, entitled Deputy Chief, Physical Security Division; his duties included
                                supervision of the training section. In anticipation of the change to be made, training section became a part of
                                the Physical Security Division.

                    b. The Personnel Security Division which included:
                        (1)  Processing personnel security clearances for Personnel assigned or employed at this station.
                        (2)  Maintenance of the badge identification system for all personnel at this station.
                        (3)  Registration of all privately owned vehicles, weapons and cameras on this station.
                        (4)  Maintenance and operation of the Air Police photographic laboratory.

            By vocal order of the Squadron Commander, the Deputy Director of Security assumed the additional duty as Chief, Personnel Security Division.        The majority of the work of Personnel Security Division normally goes through the Deputy Director of Security.  The change was made as an administrative necessity.