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Our mission is to produce disciplined, motivated, physically fit and tactically proficient Sailors who embody Navy Core Values.
The Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation (FLETA) board accredited the U.S. Navy's Law Enforcement Specialist (LES) "C" School on May 11. This achievement culminates months of preparation, planning, and extensive review to ensure the training complies with federal law enforcement criteria.
U.S. Naval Forces Central Command (NAVCENT) welcomed Oman’s top naval commander to the U.S. Navy base in Bahrain, May 7, coinciding with the start of an Oman-led maritime exercise in the Gulf of
NEW YORK – The U.S. Navy commissioned its newest Freedom-variant littoral combat ship, USS Cooperstown (LCS 23) May 8, 2023, in New York City, New York.
Check out NTTC Lackland’s new tactical training simulator!
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – Instructors at Naval Technical Training Center evaluated the first class of U.S. Navy Master-at-Arms’ students to ...
Check out the newest edition of the CENSECFOR Toolbox mobile app! The app was recently released and is now available for download from the iTunes and Google Play app stores and the Navy App Locker. To learn more about the app's newest enhancements and features, click the link below.
211207-N-JD067-003 (Dec. 7, 2021) World War II veteran Jack Holder visits his old hangar, Hangar 54, where he was assigned to Patrol Squadron (VP) 23, and where he was present during the attack on December 7, 1941. He signed his name on the bay one door: “Jack Holder Dec 12 /1940 and again Dec 7 /2021.” (U.S. Navy photo by Phillip A. Branch/Released)
211118-N-N0433-001 (Nov. 18, 2021) U.S. Navy Sailors, attending Non-Compliant Boarding - Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure training at the Center for Security Forces Learning Site Mayport, conduct a pre-mission brief pier-side before boarding the USCGC Valiant (WMEC 621). The advantage of boarding an actual vessel for their final exam is part of a cooperative training effort that allows both local services to benefit from each other's training assets. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Thomas Duncan/Released)
Check out our Holiday Safety tips in the video below that features Captain Doug Pegher, Master Chief Ryan Murray, and our Safety Officer, Mr. Fred Christian.
Congratulations Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class William Madson on your selection as the Center for Security Forces2021 junior Sailor of the Year!
Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class William Madson was selected as the Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR) 2021 Junior Sailor of the Year. CENSECFOR Commanding Officer, Capt. Douglas Pegher made the announcement during a virtual ceremony, Oct. 26.
Congratulations Aviation Ordnanceman 1st Class Kimberly Harris on your selection as the Center for Security Forces' 2021 Sailor of the Year.
The Center for Security Forces Commanding Officer, Capt. Douglas Pegher announced Aviation Ordnance 1st Class Kimberly Harris as the command's top Sailor for 2021 during a virtual ceremony, Oct. 26.
Yesterday marked the U.S. Navy's 246th birthday. Since its founding in 1775, our Navy has demonstrated strength from the sea to defend our nation's borders and maintain freedom of the world’s oceans. From the days of the first wooden sailing ships of the Revolutionary War, through the Great White Fleet of the early 20 century, to today's highly advanced, technology-driven warships, one thing remains the same: the fighting spirit of our Sailors. This fighting spirit stems from our families' steadfast love, support, and encouragement, and it is this fighting spirit that keeps our Navy strong.
This year's Navy birthday theme is "Resilient and Ready." It highlights the Navy's history of rising above the most challenging crises and still maintain force lethality and preparedness. Today, our Navy is robust, resilient, and ready to meet the challenging crises of our time and maintain peace. As President Theodore Roosevelt said in 1902, "A good Navy is not a provocation to war. It is the surest guaranty of peace."
Each of you is an integral part of our Navy, and each of us enables our force to maintain that guarantee of peace. I thank each of you who make up the CENSECFOR team for your daily contributions to ensure our Navy remains resilient and ready to face the challenges of today, tomorrow, and beyond. As your commanding officer, I consider it an honor to serve beside you.
Capt. Douglas J. Pegher
Center for Security Forces
Happy 246th Birthday U.S. Navy!
The United States observes the third Friday of September as National POW/MIA Recognition Day. It is a day that honors our nation's former prisoners of war and those who remain missing in action. In observance of this day, the Center for Security Forces honors Jeremiah A. Denton Jr., a former senator...
Twenty years ago, the tragic events of September 11, 2001, changed the face of America forever. It also changed the military with greater emphasis on security, force protection and antiterrorism.
Two Center for Security Forces Learning Site Mayport instructors sprang into action to help save a 55-year-old man’s life on a recreational beach at Naval Station Mayport, Aug. 26. (Click/Tap the link to read the full story)
Two Center for Security Forces Learning Site Mayport instructors sprang into action to help save a 55-year-old man’s life on a recreational beach at Naval Station Mayport, Aug. 26.
Check out the latest feature of today’s Master-at-Arms “A” School by All Hands Magazine.
Capt. Douglas J. Pegher took the helm to become the eighth naval officer to serve as the Center for Security Forces commanding officer. The change of command ceremony took place at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, July 9. Click the link below to read the full story.
Announcing the recent and successful launch of our newly relocated Navy Corrections Specialists course at CENSECFOR Detachment Chesapeake in southeast Virginia.
The Center for Security Forces announced the recent and successful launch of its newly relocated corrections specialist course at Detachment Chesapeake. The uniqueness of the training is the practical hands-on experience that students gain by training in an actual brig setting.
Celebrating EXORD 9981. If you don't know what that is, watch this message from CNP.
The Center for Security Forces will pilot a major change to the Master-at-Arms Apprenticeship course today at the school. The purpose is to firmly align the training to current Fleet Forces Command requirements and the “Ready Relevant Learning” model of the Navy’s Sailor 2025 vision. To read the full story, visit https://dvidshub.net/r/wuxgru.
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