AR 190-16 PDF

Concept of physical security programs Security of property, equipment, facilities, and personnel is the responsibility of each military and civilian employee of DOD. Investigative and law enforcement agencies may assist in meeting these responsibilities. These agencies include the U. Threat assessments a. Each Service and DLA must constantly monitor current and potential threats due to their diverse missions, the dispersal of forces, and various states of unit readiness. Installations will develop a local threat statement based on local area analysis and information provided by Service intelligence and investigative organizations.

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Where possible, cars and objects such as crates and trash containers are to moved at least 25 meters from buildings, particularly those buildings of a sensitive or prestigious nature. Entry to critical communications facilities will be controlled. Air Force Office of Special Investigations. Security response support for facilities located on the installa. The owning Service will respond and assume on-site security as soon as practical. Statements, 1—4, 1—7 To security, 1—4, 1—5, 2—4.

The program will be structured to ensure assigned personnel understand their day-to-day security responsibilities, are familiar with the vulnerabilities of the facility, and are prepared to implement emergency security actions.

If arms are stored at the facilities, appropriate security measures and procedures will be employed. The following officials will exercise staff supervision over policy programs for physical security of their Services or agencies: Each security force member will be equipped with a helmet, body armor, protective field mask, and a portable mobile radio.

Army Reserve when located on installations owned, leased, or otherwise under the jurisdiction of the military departments or the Defense Logistics Agency. Installation commanders should ensure security of communications facilities for which they provide host support, whether the facilities are on or off the installation.

At an early stage, inform members of local security committees of any action being taken and why. Make frequent checks of the exterior of buildings and parking areas. AR Physical Security Are you confronted with an ethical dilemma?

Pilot carriers detailed information for divert contingencies. Security force requirements will be coordinated with local civilian police, host nation military, or security forces for backup and response forces to unmanned sites. Whether, and to what degree, the flightline or aircraft parking area has security or law enforcement patrol or surveillance provided by personnel working within or around the area. Personnel providing security will be equipped with a primary and an alternate means of communications.

Navy Reserve, and the U. Augment guards ag necessary. Elevate air-conditioning systems at least 12 feet above the. When a hangar is used, the walls constitute the restricted area boundary. Security force requirements a. Bury fuel storage tanks and fuel lines for back-up generators underground.

As far as resources will allow, increase surveill a n c e o f d o m e s t i c a c c o m m o d a t i o n ss c h o o l sm e s s e sc l u b sa n d other soft targets to improve deterrence and defense and build confidence among staff and family members.

Physical Security of Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives. T h e y s h o u l d i m p r o v e c o o r d i n a t i o n a n d mutual support of the Services and DLA in terrorism counteraction activities. Any change in security priorities based on operational status must be identified to the host installation. This system must also require proper follow-up reports that identify the deficiencies that contributed to each incident, and that describe the actions taken to correct those deficiencies.

Essential structures should be hardened against attacks; this includes large antenna support legs, operations buildings, and cable trays. For administrative aircraft, this requirement may be met by parking aircraft in an area where normal troop activity provides a reasonable degree of deterrence.

Demonstrated action, or stated intent, to conduct. Section I Required Publications. Each security force member will be equipped with a helmet. These means must enable them to alert military or civilian law enforcement agencies, as appropriate, in the event of an intrusion, fire, or other emergency. Establish liaison with supporting military, local, State, and Federal law enforcement agencies. This condition applies in the immediate area where a terrorist has occurred zr when intelligence has been received that terrorist action against a specific location or person is likely.

The installation commander will always provide a secure area. Be alert for unidentified vehicles on, or in the vicinity of, U. Chapter 3 Standards for Aircraft Security 3—1. If a command does not implement all the specific measures under a declared THREATCON, the rationale for those not taken must be reported to the next higher headquarters.

Chapter 4 Security of Bulk Petroleum Assets 4—1. Transcient or deployed, 3—4. Parking of privately owned vehicles within 30 feet of the. Related Posts


AR 190-16 PDF

Jushakar Navy Reserve, and the U. The PSC can perform any or all of the following functions: Provide a foot clear zone on the inside and outside of the perimeter barrier. Inspection reports will be handled according to applicable di- rectives of the military services or DLA. Commanders will provide the level of security required based on a thorough assessment of the following considerations:. Communications personnel at the facility will be trained and equipped to perform security functions per paragraphs 5—2 d and 5—3 e.







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