United States Air Force Security Forces

United States Air Force Security Forces are the Security Forces, Department of the Air Force Police and Air Base Ground Defense (ABGD) forces of the United States Air Force. Security Forces, or simply "SF", were formerly known as Military Police (MP), Air Police (AP), and Security Police (SP). Within the USAF they are generally referred to as SF.

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