SECRETARY OF NATIONAL DEFENSE
DECREE issuing several military plant regulations.
On the sidelines a seal with the National Shield, which reads: United Mexican States.-Presidency of the Republic.
VICENTE FOX QUESADA, President of the United Mexican States, in use of the power conferred on me by part I of article 89 of the Political Constitution of the United States Mexicans and based on Articles 3o., 17, 122, 123 and 124 of the Mexican Army and Air Force Organic Law, and 29 of the Organic Law of the Federal Public Administration, I have had to issue the following:
ARTICLE FIRST.- The Regulation of the Army and Air Force Studies Center is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE SECOND.- The Health Classes Military School Regulation is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE THIRD.- The Military Police School Regulation is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE FOURTH.- The Regulation of the Military School of Tyre is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE QUINTO.- The Special Forces School Regulation is issued to remain as follows:
SPECIAL FORCES SCHOOL REGULATION
TITLE FIRST General Provisions
ARTICLE 1o.- The School of Special Forces is a military education establishment that has the mission of training special forces personnel and conventional units in technical and professional aspects related to the special operations, in order to keep them trained to carry out the tasks entrusted to them.
ARTICLE 2o.- The School of Special Forces is technically and administratively dependent on the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force. and operationally of the Special Forces Corps.
ARTICLE 3o.- The Special Forces School has the following objectives:
I. Train military personnel in special operations;
II. Schedule, coordinate, monitor and evaluate special forces courses;
III. Train special forces instructors;
IV. To evaluate and provide prior training, to staff who will conduct foreign courses related to special forces;
V. Generate doctrine for the development of special forces operations, and
VI. Form command advisors in the field of training, employment and operation of special forces units.
ARTICLE 4.- To meet the objectives of the team, the following courses are taught:
I. Special Forces Instructor Officers Course;
II. Special Forces Sergeant Course;
III. Basic course of Anti-terrorismo;
IV. Basic Special Forces Training;
V. Integral Security Course;
VI. Urban Operations Course, and
VII. Special Operations Courses:
B. From desert;
C. From jungle, and
TITLE SECOND Organization
ARTICLE 5o.- For operation the Special Forces School is integrated with the following organs:
III. Pedagogical Section:
B. Subsection of Plans and Programs;
C. Psychopedagogical Subsection, and
D. Subsection of Doctrine.
IV. Academic Section:
B. Academic Table;
C. Desert Operations Training Center;
D. Operations Training Center in Montana;
E. Forest and Amphibious Operations Training Center, and
F. Head of Courses.
C. Technical Services, and
D. General Services.
VI. Administrative Section:
B. Human Resources Subsection;
C. Sub-section of Materials Resources, and
D. Computer, File, and Correspondence subsection.
ARTICLE 6o.- In addition to the organs cited in the previous article, the School of Special Forces will have a Technical-Consultative Board.
TITLE THIRD Functions
CHAPTER I Of The Address
ARTICLE 7o.- The Directorate is the governing body of the School of Special Forces in charge of a Colonel or Lieutenant Colonel of Arma, Senior State Diplomat, who is called Director.
ARTICLE 8o.- The Director of the School of Special Forces has the same responsibilities and responsibilities for a Troop Corps Commander, in accordance with the established in military laws and regulations and in addition the following:
I. Represent the School of Special Forces;
II. Enforce the directives determined by the High Command of the Army and Air Force and those established in the General Plan of Military Education;
III. Manage the human, economic and material resources made available to you;
IV. Propose to the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force the plans and programs of study corresponding to each course, as well as the school calendar projects and programs of practices and visits Civil and military installations;
V. Convene the Technical Advisory Board;
VI. To confer the positions of the academic, teaching, student, administrative and plant staff, except those appointed by the High Command;
VII. Permanently monitor the welfare of the staff of the staff, promoting their affiliation in accordance with the Law of the Social Security Institute for the Mexican Armed Forces;
VIII. Propose to the Military Education and Rectory Directorate General of the Army and Air Force the reforms to the Organization Manual and the functioning of the staff when appropriate;
IX. Disseminate the content of the Staff Regulations among the personnel who integrate it, monitoring its compliance;
X. Propose to the High Command through the General Directorate of Military Education and Rectory of the University of the Army and Air Force the creation of other courses;
XI. Propose to the staff of the staff to be awarded to prizes and rewards;
XII. Propose and review the high, low, and staff changes of the staff;
XIII. Perform assessment of the capabilities and functioning of the team's organs, establishing measures to improve their performance;
XIV. Present to the Directorate General of Military Education and Army University and Air Force a general report of the activities at the end of each course, and
XV. Those assigned to him by the Secretary of National Defense.
Subdirection Chapter II
ARTICLE 9o.- The Subdirectorate of the School of Special Forces is a management organ of the team, is in charge of a Lieutenant Colonel or Major of Arma, appointed by the High Command of the Army and Air Force, to whom it is called Subdirector.
ARTICLE 10.- The Staff Subdirector has the same responsibilities and responsibilities for a Second Compliance Troop Body Commander with the established in military laws and regulations and in addition the following:
I. Supplement the temporary absences of the Director of the staff in the performance of his/her duties;
II. Perform as Head of Team Studies;
III. Chair the Technical Advisory Board;
IV. Coordinate and monitor the activities of the various subordinate bodies;
V. To coordinate the preparation and to submit to the Director of the staff the plans and programs of study, as well as the school calendar of each course;
VI. Coordinate and integrate the reports of the different organs of the staff to present them to the Director;
VII. Coordinate and monitor the elaboration and updating of the Organization and Operation Manual of the team, recommending to the Director the necessary changes;
VIII. Convene work meetings with staff teaching staff;
IX. Coordinate the teaching-learning process;
X. Propose to the Director the juries and committees to be integrated for the examinations and works that require them;
XI. Coordinate and supervise all kinds of cultural and military events;
XII. Propose to the Director of the staff the teaching staff as holder or deputy;
XIII. Certify and supervise the development of the documentation that is generated in the course of pedagogical, academic and graduation activities;
XIV. Propose training programs and courses and educational refresher for teaching staff;
XV. Coordinate the development of the draft budget of the staff and present it to the Director, and
XVI. Those assigned to him by the Secretary of National Defense.
ARTICLE 11.- The Deputy Director of the staff will be replaced in the exercise of his duties during the temporary absences by a section chief.
CHAPTER III Instructors ' Body
ARTICLE 12.- The military elements are instructors to whom the imparting of knowledge on the subjects that require skill or dexterity is entrusted, upon accreditation to endorse the domain of the subjects to be taught.
ARTICLE 13.- The staff of instructors have the responsibility for the development of the teaching-learning process of the subjects to their position and the compliance with the This Regulation shall also apply:
I. That the general, particular and specific objectives of each subject are achieved;
II. Prepare the documentation required for the delivery of its material;
III. Develop the different parts of the staff under your command, and
IV. Those assigned to him by the Director of the team.
Cursant Body Chapter IV
ARTICLE 14.- The heads, officers, and national and foreign troops who perform any of the courses that are taught in the team are considered as a student.
ARTICLE 15.- The staff in addition to the provisions of the military legislation and applicable provisions issued by the Director of the staff have the obligations following:
I. Attend the activities that point to the respective time distribution;
II. Abide by established academic provisions;
III. Participate in scheduled official activities and those ordered by the Director of the team;
IV. Perform services and commissions inherent in your hierarchy, and
V. To know and observe the content of this Regulation in the relevant parts.
CHAPTER V Of The Pedagogical Section
ARTICLE 16.- The Pedagogical Section is the educational planning and evaluation organ of the School of Special Forces, is in charge of a Major or Captain First of Arma, Diplomat of the General Staff, who is referred to as the Head of the Pedagogical Section.
ARTICLE 17.- The Head of the Pedagogical Section of the team has the responsibilities and responsibilities that correspond to his hierarchy in accordance with military laws and regulations and in addition the following:
I. To agree with the Subdirector on matters relating to the section of your office;
II. Orient, coordinate, and monitor the work of section-dependent subsections;
III. Plan, coordinate and supervise the pedagogical activities of the staff;
IV. Develop the plans and programs of study of the staff;
V. Propose teaching methods and techniques to be applied at school;
VI. Coordinate teaching and pedagogical training courses;
VII. Analyse and sanction evaluation instruments before their implementation;
VIII. Propose measures to improve the performance of teaching and teaching staff;
IX. Organize with the staff of the various pedagogical groups, for the delivery of classes in accordance with the directives received from the managerial staff;
X. Carry the psychological follow-up of the staff;
XI. Prepare documentation for the term of each course;
XII. Develop the project of the course of the courses, programs, application exercises and visits to civilian and military installations;
XIII. Propose the program of psychopedagogical activities;
XIV. Coordinate and monitor the results of evaluation and statistical activities in order to bring a control of the teaching-learning;
XV. Coordinate and control the selection and classification of new income staff, their monitoring and discharge, carrying a statistical control of the results obtained, proposing appropriate changes to the means, methods, techniques, systems and procedures applied in training;
XVI. Advise senior management and other sections on the issues of their responsibility;
XVII. Coordinate their activities with the other sections of the staff, and
XVIII. Those assigned to him by the Director of the team.
Academic Section Chapter VI
ARTICLE 18.- The Academic Section is the organ of execution and materialization of the plans and programs of study of the School of Special Forces, is in charge of a Major or Captain First of Arma.
ARTICLE 19.- The Head of the Academic Section of the team has the responsibilities and responsibilities that correspond to his hierarchy in accordance with military laws and regulations. and in addition the following:
I. Agree with the Subdirector on matters related to the section;
II. Orient, coordinate, and monitor the work of section-dependent subsections;
III. Advise senior management and other sections on the issues of their responsibility;
IV. Select and propose staff teaching staff;
V. Propose the necessary modifications to the plans and programs of study;
VI. Monitor the application of the physical education and sports directive and the fitness program for special forces units;
VII. Supervise that the teaching staff of the academies are carried out by the teaching staff of the relevant subject and in their absences, the assistant teacher;
VIII. Monitor the implementation of the assessment instruments;
IX. Monitor the development of the monthly time distribution;
X. Coordinate and control the teaching staff of the staff;
XI. Supervise the application of teacher and pedagogical training courses;
XII. Coordinate and supervise the academic activities of the staff;
XIII. Propose the realization of coordination meetings with the teaching staff;
XIV. Coordinate and control the performance of events, which tend to improve the professional quality of teaching staff;
XV. Monitor the development of military exercises and visits to civilian and military installations;
XVI. Propose the staff who are entitled to receive some reward;
XVII. Coordinate their activities with the other organs of the staff, and
XVIII. Those assigned to him by the Director of the team.
CHAPTER VII Of The Help
ARTICLE 20.- The Special Forces School Assistant is in charge of a Major or Captain First of Arma, who is called the Adjutant.
ARTICLE 21.- The staff member has the responsibilities and responsibilities that correspond to his hierarchy in accordance with military laws and regulations and in addition to following:
I. To agree with the Assistant Director on matters relating to the Assistant to your office;
II. Target, coordinate and monitor the work of the aid-dependent agencies;
III. The corresponding to an Assistant and a Head of Instruction of a Troop Body with respect to the staff of the school plant;
IV. Name all the weapon and economic services of the team, for which it will take the role of respective services;
V. Monitor compliance with the different orders issued by the Director, with respect to service, internal regime and security;
VI. Coordinate and supervise the maintenance of the facilities of the staff;
VII. Control the activities performed by the school's plant staff;
VIII. Monitor the control of the arms, ammunition and equipment depots;
IX. Develop and implement the defence plan and the others that are necessary for the safety of the staff;
X. Control, coordinate and supervise the maintenance of the vehicles in charge of the equipment;
XI. Coordinate their activities with the other organs of the staff;
XII. Control the real estate of the stock, and
XIII. Those assigned to him by the Director of the team.
Administrative Section Chapter VIII
ARTICLE 22.- The Administrative Section of the School of Special Forces is in charge of a Captain First or Second Office, who is referred to as the Chief of the Section Administrative.
ARTICLE 23.- The Head of the Administrative Section of the team has the responsibilities and responsibilities that correspond to his hierarchy in accordance with the laws and regulations military and in addition the following:
I. Agree with the Subdirector on all matters related to the section;
II. Monitor the proper operation of the section;
III. Orient, coordinate, and monitor the work of section-dependent subsections;
IV. Control and coordinate all administrative matters related to human, material and economic resources for the staff;
V. Coordinate with the Adjutant and heads of the other sections, the administrative matters of their competence;
VI. Control the furniture of the stock, and
VII. Those assigned to him by the Director of the team.
CHAPTER IX Technical-Consultative Board
ARTICLE 24.-The Technical-Consultative Board of the School of Special Forces is the organ that advises on pedagogical and academic matters to the Director of the school and integrates with:
A. First vocal, the Head of the Pedagogical Section;
B. Second vocal, the Head of the Academic Section;
C. Third vowel, the Adjutant General, and
D. Fourth Vocal, a member of the Instructor Corps;
III. The Secretary will be the vowel of lesser hierarchy and seniority.
ARTICLE 25.- The Vowels of the Technical Advisory Board shall be supplied in their absence by a subsection Chief of the relevant section or by a member of the Body of Instructors.
ARTICLE 26.- In special cases the Technical Advisory Board may use other sources of advice.
ARTICLE 27.- The Technical-Consultative Board has the following attributions and responsibilities:
I. Analyze and propose solutions to problems of a pedagogical and academic nature that arise in the team;
II. Analyze, evaluate and propose how conducive to improving the teaching-learning process of the team;
III. Evaluate the performance of academic, teaching, and student staff to propose to those who become creditors to receive rewards and rewards, and
IV. Those in pedagogical and academic matters will be assigned by the Director of the team.
ARTICLE 28.- Special Forces School personnel are classified as follows:
A. Director, and
B. Deputy Director.
Heads of the Pedagogical, Academic and Heads sections of the corresponding subsections.
Instructors of the various courses.
Chiefs, officers and troops who perform the courses taught in the team.
A. Assistant General;
B. Head of the Administrative Section;
C. Head of the Human Resources Subsection;
D. Head of the Subsection of Materials Resources, and
E. Head of the Computer, File, and Correspondence Subsection.
VI. From the Plant, it comprises the personnel belonging to the technical, administrative and general services of the staff and that other staff not included in the previous classification.
ARTICLE 29.- The management and academic staff of the School of Special Forces have the responsibilities and responsibilities that establish military laws and regulations for the of its hierarchy, those prescribed in this Regulation and applicable provisions or directives issued by the Secretary of National Defense.
ARTICLE 30.- The teaching staff is responsible for the development of the teaching-learning process, has the responsibilities and responsibilities that the laws and regulations establish military regulations, as set out in this Regulation and applicable provisions or directives issued by the Director of the staff.
ARTICLE 31.- The following personnel will be designated as follows:
I. Sergeants and cabs as classes in external quality, and
II. The heads and officers as external.
ARTICLE 32- Staff designated to the School of Special Forces as a student will be governed during their stay, as established in the Army and Air Force Organic Law. Mexicans in the applicable parts and this Regulation, being subject to the war jurisdiction which includes faults and crimes against military discipline.
ARTICLE 33.- The national or foreign scholarship staff will be governed during their stay in the team, as established in the Mexican Army and Air Force Organic Law in the applicable parts and in this Regulation.
ARTICLE 34.- Staff who successfully complete the courses taught in the training facility and training centers will form steps respectively, which will be designated with the the corresponding progressive ordinal number.
ARTICLE 35.- The administrative and plant personnel have the powers and responsibilities that set the military laws and regulations for their hierarchy, those identified in the this Regulation and applicable provisions or directives issued by the Director of the staff.
FIFTH TITLE of Admission and the Teaching-Learning Process
Admission CHAPTER I
ARTICLE 36.- The activities of admission to the School of Special Forces are carried out on the basis of the corresponding call.
ARTICLE 37.- It is the faculty of the High Command to authorize the entry into the School of Special Forces of personnel belonging to the Mexican Navy to carry out any of the courses that are held in the team and obtain the respective accreditation, remaining subject during their stay to the Rules of Procedure and applicable laws.
ARTICLE 38.- It is the faculty of the High Command to authorize the entry into the School of Special Forces of foreign nationals at the request of the government of their country to the Mexico through the Secretariat of National Defense. Your stay in the team will be exclusively for studies and obtain the certificate of studies or the respective constancy.
CHAPTER II Of The Teaching-learning Process
ARTICLE 39.- The courses taught in the School of Special Forces are developed through the teaching-learning process in its three phases: planning, execution and assessment.
ARTICLE 40.- The planning of the teaching-learning process is carried out in accordance with the General Plan of Military Education, General School Calendar and other provisions of the Director of the team.
ARTICLE 41.- The didactic planning is the set of actions that enable the structure, design and sequence of the teaching-learning process to be established, with the aim of organize, systematize, direct, evaluate and, if necessary, rectify it to achieve the objectives prescribed in the plans and programs of study of the staff.
ARTICLE 42.- The execution of the teaching-learning process aims at the coordination and application of the content of the plans and programs of study through interaction of teaching staff and students.
ARTICLE 43.- The objective of the academic evaluation is to verify the level of utilization of the staff in the teaching-learning process, as well as the efficiency of the teaching staff and study plans and programmes.
ARTICLE 44.- The evaluation of the curating staff is performed as follows:
I. Appreciation of acquired knowledge and skills, through their participation in training and performance in exercises and practical work, and
II. Application of various evaluations.
ARTICLE 45.- The evaluations that apply at the Special Forces School are:
I. Partial, those that apply to the staff, to check their degree of exploitation, determining the possibility of moving to the next phase.
II. Final, those that apply to the staff at the end of each course.
ARTICLE 46.- The evaluations mentioned in the previous article can be:
II. Practices, or
III. A combination of the above.
ARTICLE 47.- To qualify the evaluations, the numerical scale from zero to ten points using decimals is used, with the minimum approval rating of seven zero points points.
ARTICLE 48.- The final rating for each subject is integrated as follows:
I. The average of the partial assessments is 60% of the rating, and
II. The outcome of the final assessment is 40% of the rating.
ARTICLE 49.- The staff who use non-legal means to resolve an assessment will be suspended from the evaluation and qualified with zero.
ARTICLE 50.- Juries will be integrated with three owners and one alternate between the staff of the staff and the other who determines the Secretary of Defense. National to apply or assess the different types of examinations mentioned in this Regulation.
SIXTH TITLE of the Fhighs, Boxes, and Rerevenue
CHAPTER I Academic Assistance Fhighs
ARTICLE 51.- The absence of academic assistance to any academic, theoretical or practical activity, the lack of academic assistance can be a lack of academic assistance. be:
I. Justified, when they are due to service commissions, health reasons, reasons of a legal nature and those that are considered as such by the Director of the School of Special Forces.
II. Unjustified, when they are included in the preceding paragraph.
ARTICLE 52.- Academic attendance faults will be computed at the rate of a fault for each inattendance at a class session of any subject as follows:
I. Justified misconduct arising from acts outside the service shall be cumulative for reasons of health, reasons of a legal nature and those which the Director considers to be such as such;
II. The justified faults to classes motivated by acts of the service shall not be cumulative; and
III. Unjustified faults shall be cumulative.
ARTICLE 53.- The registration and calculation of faults shall be made known periodically to the staff of the Head of the Academic Section of the staff.
Chapter II of the Boxes and Rerevenue
ARTICLE 54.- They are lower-than-staff causals for the following personnel:
I. Have successfully completed their training in any of the courses taught in the team;
II. Futility according to the annexed tables of the Law of the Social Security Institute for the Armed Forces;
III. Re-test three partial examinations of the subjects of the course you are doing;
IV. Accumulate 10% or more of unjustified faults in a single matter or the set of faults during the duration of their training;
V. Accumulate 30% or more of justified faults in one or all of the same subject matter during the duration of their training;
VI. To be in one of the situations of absence established in the Law of the Army and Air Force;
VII. Put your own or partner's life at risk for neglect or neglect;
VIII. Do not comply with a training mission;
IX. Request of the interested party to be accepted by the Secretariat of National Defense;
X. Develop a disease or injury that makes it impossible or poses a risk to the patient in case of continuing training, after medical evaluation;
XI. Have been found subject to process in the war-era, in the common or federal order, and
XII. Accumulate the hours and days of arrest specified for each of the courses taught at the School, upon determination of misconduct by the Council of Honour, as follows:
A. Chiefs 72 hours of arrest, officers 5 days of arrest and troop personnel 8 days of arrest on courses with duration of 10 weeks or less;
B. Chiefs 96 hours of arrest, officers 8 days of arrest and troop personnel 12 days of arrest on courses lasting 11 to 16 weeks, and
C. Heads 5 days of arrest, officers 12 days of arrest and troop personnel 15 days in the course with duration of 17 weeks or more:
ARTICLE 55.- The staff who cause the discharge of the courses taught in the School of Special Forces to be located in one of the causals established in the previous article will be made available to the Secretariat of National Defense for the corresponding effects.
ARTICLE 56.- To the staff member who for any reason will be discharged from the respective course that is taught in the staff, will be notified in advance in writing circumstance, making him aware of the reasons and legal bases, granting him a term of fifteen calendar days from the date on which he is notified to the Director of the staff of what he or she is interested in
ARTICLE 57.- It is considered re-entry for the purposes of this Regulation, the act by which the staff of the students who have caused a discharge of some course in the staff to finish the studies is again designated to perform it.
SEVENTH TITLE of Academic Recognition, Awards and Rewards
ARTICLE 58.- Staff who successfully complete their studies at the Special Forces School will receive:
I. Certificate of studies, or
II. Constancy of assistance.
ARTICLE 59.- The awards and rewards awarded to the staff of the Special Forces School for their use in their studies are as follows:
I. First, second and third place awards and diploma to those who obtain the three highest averages at the end of the respective courses;
II. Figure in the table of honour in the month following the month of the assessment of an average of 8.5 or more;
III. Receive summons in the particular order of the staff, and
IV. Enjoy the extraordinary franchises to be set by the Director of the team.
EIGHTH TITLE of the Discipline
ARTICLE 60.- The arrests that are imposed on the staff will be graduated by the Director of the School of Special Forces in accordance with the provisions of the military legislation and will be met from the time they communicate.
ARTICLE 61.- The arrests imposed on the staff will be computed with hours or days.
ARTICLE 62.- The staff who use non-legal means in the resolution of the assessments, in addition to the academic sanction provided for in this Regulation, shall be creditor to the corresponding disciplinary corrective.
ARTICLE 63.- The staff who have a hierarchical level equal to or higher than that of the teacher must keep to this the considerations that due to their quality and commission deserve.
ARTICLE SIXTH.- The Regulation of the Military School of Paratroopers is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE SEVENTH.- The Military School Regulation of the Administration and Intrend Service is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE EIGHTH.- The Regulations of the Military School of the Transport Service are issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE NINTH.- The Regulation of the Military Training School of the Service of Engineers is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE DECIMAL.- The Regulation of the Eighty-One Infantry Battalion and Military School of Infantry is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE TENTH FIRST.-The Regulation of the Fifth Motorized Cavalry Regiment and the Military Cavalry Military School is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE TENTH SECOND.- The Regulation of the Ninth Armored Reconnaissance Regiment and Military School of Shielding is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE TENTH THIRD.- The Rules of the First Artillery Regiment and Military School of Artillery are issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE TENTH QUARTER.- The Regulation of the 1st Battalion of Combat Engineers and Military School of Combat Engineers is issued to remain as follows:
ARTICLE TENTH FIFTH.- The Regulation of the First Battalion of Transmissions and Military School of the Transmissions Service is issued to remain as follows:
FIRST.- All provisions that object to this Decree are repealed.
SECOND.- This Decree will take effect the day after its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation.
Given at the Federal Executive Branch in Mexico City, Federal District, at the twenty-six days of March of two thousand one.- Vicente Fox Quesada.-Heading.-The Secretary of National Defense, Gerardo Clemente Ricardo Vega Garcia.-Heading.