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AR 190-16 Physical Security
Each security force member will be equipped with a helmet, body armor, protective field mask, and a portable mobile radio. Each commander of a major command will ensure that a security plan is developed for each critical communications facility under his or her command. Remind drivers to lock parked vehicles and institute a positive system of checking before entering and driving a car.
Major command or second echelon command. Security measures to improve survivability The survivability of critical communications facilities can be improved by the use of physical security measures. The internal political and security considerations that impact on the capability of terrorist elements to carry out their intentions. Critical communications facility A communications facility that is essential to the continuity of operations of the National.
When IDS is installed, alarms should sound at a location that is staffed at all times. Security force members will be armed with an M16 or equiva. Whether the flightline or aircraft parking area is adequately fenced, lighted, and posted with signs. Inspection reports will be handled according to applicable di- rectives of the military services or DLA. Navy Reserve, and the U. Off-installation facility staffed full-time When a communication element or site is outside the confines of a support installation and is designated as an operating location where personnel perform duty at all times, the following guidance below will govern.
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Install hardened defensive fighting positions that cover proba- ble avenues of approach by hostile elements. Demonstrated action, or stated intent, to conduct anti-U.
The host installation should make every reasonable effort to provide the same degree of security that the owning Servi c e w o u l d p r o v i d e u n d e r t h e s a m e t r a n s i e n t o r d e p l o y e ag circumstances. Each commander of a major command should ensure implementation of a training program for each communications facility.
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Requirements matrix for aircraft.
Access control is an integral part of the installation physical security program. When a communication element or site is outside the confines of a support installation and is designated as an operating location where personnel perform duty at all times, the following guidance below will govern. Commanders should consider locating enough weapons and ammunition at critical communications facilities to arm designated on-site personnel. Prescribe and distribute procedures for the search of persons and their possessions on the installation.
Inspections Of bulk petroleum facilities, 4—4. Section I Required Publications. Increase examination of all mail for letter or parcel bombs.
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The plan will include emergency security actions and procedures for emergency destruction of sensitive equipment and classified information. Security force requirements will be coordinated with local civilian police, host nation military, or security forces for backup and response forces to unmanned sites.
Protect all designated vulnerable points, giving special attention to those outside military establishments.
These commanders may delegate this authority to commanders or activity chiefs in the grade of lieutenant colonel, civilian equivalent, or above. History and intentions may not be present.
This section contains no entries. Air Force Physical Security Program. Secure buildings, rooms, and storage areas not in regular use.
Many of these aircraft, because of their large size or mission tasking, are an attractive target. It is an integral part of the installation physical security or resource protection plan. Resource protection, 1—7 Restricted access, 2—4. Sensitive compartmental information facilities SClFs are not covered by this regulation. Be alert for unidentified xr on, or in the vicinity of, U. A security force member posted inside or outside the boundary to keep the boundary of the restricted area under surveillance.
Military services and DLA should consider the establishment of such councils at each installation.