AR , Physical Security of Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives. b. . Sign- Out: The Key/Lock Custodian will maintain a key control register for both sets of. PHYSICAL SECURITY OF ARMS, AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES. AFVA-3BD 07 June MEMORANDUM FOR PERSONNEL CONCERNED. SUBJECT: Key Control SOP. 1. References: a: AR b: AR
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The same person will not conduct this inventory in consecutive months. TAB S Arms room alarm keys are maintained separately from other keys. If the operator has a learner permit then the TC must have a valid license for that equipment. Material handling equipment will be secured by immobilizing the steering wheel or by locking the transmission in the neutral position. Lighting will be afforded at all times during non-duty hours. TAB C Quarterly serial number inventories of all unit arms are conducted and recorded.
Retain this memorandum and inventory sheet for 2 years if no discrepancies are noted; 4 years if a discrepancy was ra. When not in use or under the surveillance of a responsible person, are all portable hand tool, tool sets or kits and shop equipment stored in a secure location or if nonportable are they secured to the building or van in which they are located as required by ARpara c?
Ensure all wall lockers used to store weapons and ammunition are modified by braiding or welding the joint and rivet bolts, are secured with two Series contrlo and heavy duty hasps.
Security Of Arms, Ammunition And Explosives
TAB V The unit maintains a current record of all security containers, vault doors, and padlock combinations. TAB H 2 The combination to the vault is changed annually, after possible compromise or upon discharge, suspension or reassignment of a person having knowledge of the combination.
Are the steering wheels of tactical vehicles immobilized with a chain and a low security padlock as required by ARpara e 1 b? You can publish your book online for free in a few minutes! Appoint in writing a Key and Lock Custodian. B Are racks and containers weighing less ket pounds secured to the structure or fastened together in groups totaling more than poundsas required by ARpara c 19-011 Has each person who is on: Check all incoming and outgoing vehicles and operators, Check operator license and ID card.
All personnel living 910-11 the barracks will store their POWs in the company arms room. The clear zone will be free of rubbish, weeds, or any other material which may prohibit guards from accurately viewing any suspicious activity.
Refer to Annex C for key and lock control.
AR Appendix D b. Are change of custody inventories being conducted and annotated on DA Form as they occur as required by ARpara e? These changes take effect immediately.
Security Of Arms, Ammunition And Explosives
All building and room keys will be signed out on the key control register. Is the motor pool fence fabric within 2 inches of hard ground or paving as required by ARpara d and FMpara b? Risk level determined from last risk analysis: Are nonportable items stored in a secure with doors and windows locked during nonoperational hours as required by ARpara b 2? Arms Room Key Control: If ammunition is stored in the arms room, is the ammunition continuously accounted for through the use of hand receipt control, as required by ARpara 2?
DAY or Night b. Are items used to defeat security such as bolt cutters, hacksaws, oxyacetylene torches, cojtrol or steel rods or bars secured when not in use as required by ARpara e 6?
This gate will controlled to prevent pilferage.
COMMAND INSPECTION CHECKLIST
Are all keys listed on the key register by serial number, giving the location of the lock and the number of keys maintained for each lock as required by ARAppendix D-6d? The motor pool will be bound by a perimeter fence meeting the standards set forth below.
All keys and combinations to locks will be accounted for at all times. The LARs will have a placard in their vehicle window. The company commander, MUST give written permission to the individual before he can withdraw the weapon from the arms room. Thursday, the gate will be opened at and closed at View in Fullscreen Report. This appendix outlines procedures cojtrol policies and gives guidance for the safeguarding and accounting of weapons and sensitive items in the arms room.
Ensure all arms racks and containers weighing less than pounds are secured to the structure or fastened together. Are procedures for such consolidated arrangements established in SOP of the higher headquarters, as required by ARpara ? The gate guard unit is responsible for the lunch rotation and other personal hygiene matters.
If the motor pool has a Risk Analysis for Security Procedural Measures, Level I, are guards or roving patrols checking the motor pool for tampering, sabotage, loss and damage at intervals not exceeding 4 hours during nonduty hours as required by AR eky, para f 1?
Are keys inventoried semiannually, as required by ARpara D-6 b? Ensure that all IDS sensors are free from extraneous material which could prevent the sensor from functioning properly.