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DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE HEADQUARTERS AIR FORCE DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS 320TH AIR EXPEDITIONARY WING DEC -§ 208 GENERAL ORDER NUMBER ONE (GO#1) SUBJECT: Prohibited Activities for Air Force Military and Civilian Personnel Assigned, Attached, ‘or Supporting the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) and 320th Air Expeditionary Wing (320 AEW) in Support of the 2017 Presidential Inauguration 1. PURPOSE: To identify and regulate conduct that is prejudicial to good order and discipline of all assigned, attached, or supporting Air Force military members and Air Force eivilian personnel in the Joint Task Force ~ National Capital Region (ITF-NCR) Joint Operations Area (JOA), as well as censure all personnel conduct themselves at all times, whether on or off duty, in a manner befitting their standing as the public face of the Air Force. 2. AUTHORITY: ‘Title 10 United States Code, Section 164 Title 10 United States Code, Section 8013 Uniform Code of Military Justice, Title 10 United States Code, Sections 801-940 Air Force Policy Directive 51-6 Air Force Mission Directive 13 Special Order GA-07-001 AFNORTH, | ABTF Standing OPORD for Support to the 320 AEW HQ Air Combat Command Special Order BG-97 i, Title 5, United States Code, Chapter 75 J. Department of Defense Directive (DoDD) 1400.5, DoD Policy for Civilian Pers k, DoDD 1400.25, DoD Civilian Personnel Management System m. AEPD 36-1, General Civilian Personnel Provisions and Authorities n, API 36-704, Discipline and Adverse Actions aeoe Ee 3. APPLICABILITY: This General Order is applicable to all Air Force military members (hereinafter “military members”) serving under Title 10 and Air Force n personnel (hereinafter “civilian personnel”) assigned, attached, under the tactical or operational control, or otherwise supporting AFDW or the 320 AEW, in support of the 2017 inauguration mission within the STF-NCR JOA. 4. STATEMENT OF MILITARY PURPOSE AND NECESSITY: The Presidential inauguration igh-visibility mission for the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Air Force. Accordingly, military members and civilian personnel involved in the inauguration are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that preserves interagency relationships, enhances the public trust and bestows honor upon the DoD and the Air Force and this momentous event. In order to maintain good order and discipline, ensure optimum force readiness and achieve mission accomplishment, it is prudent to restrict certain activities during the period of inauguration support. PRIDE ... TEAMWORK ... SUCCESS 5. PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES: a. Use of government-owned or government-rented vehicles for other than official purposes. b. Wear of clothing other than the designated uniform or appropriate designated civilian attire while on duty. ©. Consumption of any alcohol by military members between 0001 hours, 19 January 2017, and 1200 houts, 21 January 2017, All military members will be subject to recall and fit for duty during the prescribed period. Civilian personnel are encouraged to adopt the alcohol consumption restriction applicable to military members, but consumption of aleohol during off-duty hours by civilian personnel is not prohibited. Civilian personnel are prohibited from reporting for duty undet the influence of intoxicating liquor, and are prohibited from consuming alcohol while on duty. Unless otherwise notified, civilian personnel are not subject to recall during the prescribed periods however, based on the needs of the mission, civilian personnel may be notified to remain on duty or (o report for duty if they are determined to be essential to accomplishing that mission, ‘This Paragraph (5.c,) is partially waived as follows: (1). Military members attending an official Inaugural Ball on 20 January 2017, in a personal capacity, may consume alcohol. However, the "no consumption of alcohol" rule still fully applies to military members before the official. Inaugural Ball begins, after it ends, and at any locations other than an official Inaugural Ball. Military members taking advantage of this partial waiver will not consume alcohol to an extent as to become visibly or functionally intoxicated, will conduct themselves professionally and responsibly at all times, and will be fully fit for duty on 21 January 2017, (2) This waiver does not permit alcohol consumption by military members at unofficial Inaugural Balls or other events, and it does not permit aleohol consumption by m or civilian personnel attending Inaugural Balls in their official capacities (such as those attending o perform or provide authorized ceremonial support). @) All military members and civilian personnel will conduct themselves in a manner befitting their standing as the public face of the Air Force at all times, whether on or off duty, in an official or private capacity, or at any Inaugural Balls they may attend, d._ The carrying of privately owned weapons, explosives, and ammunition on military installations or while performing official duty, unless authorized by the JTF-NCR Commander or his designee, or the AFDW / 320 AEW/CC, or his designee, For the purpose of this order, a weapon is any instrument used or designed for the purpose of inflicting grievous bodily harm. Folding knives with a blade length of 3 inches or shorter are permitted on Fort Leslie J, McNair and Joint Base Andrews. Folding knives with a blade length of 2.5 inches or shorter are permitted at GSA Regional Office Building. Military members and civilian personnel participating in AFDW and 320 AEW inaugural activities outside of the above designated areas are responsible for researching and complying with all applicable U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Capitol Police, U.S. Park Police, Federal Protective Service, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, and other federal or local law and policy regarding the carry of sueb items, €. The carrying of a concealed weapon on any installation under the control of the JTF-NCR, regardless of whether a state or county permit has been obtained, unless required for official duties. For the purpose of this order, a concealed weapon is any weapon that is carried on the person in such a way as to be hidden from ordinary view. 6, PUNITIVE ORDER: Paragraph 5 of this General Order is punitive. Persons subject to the UCMH may be subject o administrative, nonjudicial, or judicial action for a violati knowledge of this General Order by military members will not constitute a defens personnel described in paragraph 3 of this General Order may be subject to adverse administrative action for violation of this General Order. 7. INDIVIDUAL DUTY: Allpersons to whom this General Order is applicable are charged with thi ‘dual responsibility to know and understand the prohibitions contained herein and to abide by all AFDW / 320 AEW command policies, 8. COMMANDER RESPONSIBILITY: Commanders, n in supervisors are charged with ensuring ALL MILITARY MEMBERS AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL are briefed on the prohibitions and requirements of this General Order. Commanders may further restrict their forces as they deem necessary. 9. EFFECTIVE DATE: This General Order is effective immediately, 10. EXPIRATION: This General Order will expire when rescinded by the Commander, AFDW / 320 AEW, or a higher authority, aay Me (Basle DARRYf W. BURKE Major General, USAF Commander Distribution: HQ AFDW HQ 320 AEW 79 MDWICC 11 WG/CC 844 COICC AFDW AFLEM/CC.