Foreign Travel - Travel
Foreign travel is defined as travel to political entities outside of the United States, whether "overseas" or not. Such travel may be for official or personal reasons. The conditions and requirements for DoD civilian employees and Service members to travel to and enter a foreign country are published in the DoD Foreign Clearance Guide (FCG).
DoD Foreign Clearance Guide
(Requires CAC login)
DoS Travel Advisories
DoS Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP)
Enrollment in STEP is quickly becoming a normal requirement in country clearance requests for both official and leave travel.
NPS Security Manager's Office
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Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Training
To access the training, search for and enroll in course JS-US007 "Level 1 Antiterrorism Awareness Training" on the Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) web site https://jkodirect.jten.mil. Upon completion of the training, the program will allow you to print out a certificate. If you have adobe acrobat you can save the file as a PDF and then e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternately, print out the file and drop it off at the Security Manager's Office or fax it to our office at (831) 656-2350. The certificate must be provided to our office so we can update our security records. If leave travel, family members, such as spouses and older teens are welcome to conduct the training; the more eyes watching out for the family, the better.
This is a form, not a training course. Submission of a Personnel Recovery Isolated Personnel Report (ISOPREP) DD Form 1833 is mandatory for official travel to all countries in the AFRICOM, EUCOM, PACOM and SOUTHCOM Areas of Responsibility (AOR). This form may also be required for leave travel to certain high risk destinations.
Completion of the form requires knowledge of your blood type. If you do not know your blood type, you will need to find out as soon as possible. Your Country Clearance Request message cannot be sent until the ISOPREP form is on file!
Once you notify the Security Manager’s Office of your planned travel, you will receive detailed instructions to complete this.