1. Define what general aviation is.2. Define, apply, and critique the importance of general aviation to the United States national security.3. Identify and discuss examples of threats, to include crime, terrorism, various emergency situations facing general aviation aircraft, hangars, fixed-base operations, and fight schools.4. Identify and describe the use of physical security measures to provide security protection within the general aviation community.5. Analysis and discuss the methods of protecting general aviation aircraft, hangars, fixed-base operations, fight schools, and general aviation airports.6. Identify, describe, and discuss various recommended and required security requirements related to general aviation security.7. Demonstrate appropriate selection and application of a research method and statistical analysis (where required), specific to the course subject matter.