ARMY - AR 12-7
Security Assistance Teams
|Publication Date:||23 June 2009|
This regulation establishes policies and assigns responsibilities for providing U.S. Army Security Assistance Teams (SAT) to foreign governments and international organizations under the provisions of the Foreign Assistance Act as amended, and the Arms Export Control Act as amended. This regulation also defines types of SAT teams (fig 1-1), discusses the process for requesting, programming, deploying teams, highlights quality of life and mission sustainment issues associated with team deployment. The SAT consists of U.S. Military, Department of the Army (DA) civilians, or contractor personnel, deployed to a foreign country on temporary duty (TDY) less than 180 days, or permanent change of station (PCS)/ temporary change of station (TCS) more than 179 days status. An exception to this would be deployment in continental United States (CONUS) to support training on major equipment purchases.
Applicability. This regulation applies to the Active Army ,the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States, and the U.S. Army Reserve, unless otherwise stated. It also applies to Department of the Army civilians and contracted employees serving on teams deployed by the U.S. Army.