a. At commander's call, these presentations should be most effective.
b. Formal instructions should be given at the unit and activity level.
c. Technical advice may be
the provost marshal or security
Graphic Media Aids.
a. Posters are good; they may be large in size, brief, and to the point.
They can impart their message at a glance. Posters should be displayed where the
most people pass and/or meet in a crowd.
b. Placards are used where people are expected to loiter and have time to
Bulletin boards, telephone booths, vending machines, and recreation areas
c. Leaflets are economical. They are usually pocket size for easy carrying.
Distribution of leaflets is determined by the CO or activity chief.
This regulation also requires education programs within his command. The CO is to
ensure the following:
a. Each person is oriented. Each is kept proficient in the security measures
which apply to him and his duties.
b. All personnel are aware of their security responsibilities.
c. All newly assigned personnel must be given an initial security
Reading of regulations is not enough to ensure complete
understanding. Initial instruction should consist of a general orientation on the
need for and dangers to security.
Instruction should also stress the person's
responsibility in preventing violations.
It should include a discussion of those
threats common to everyone. Emphasis should be placed on the dangers of loose talk
and operational carelessness.
It should define general security measures in
Examples might include the pass system, private vehicle control, and
package inspection. Further instructions should be annotated on the person's duty
d. Further orientation should continue on an annual basis. Such orientation
is prescribed by AR 381-12.
This deals with Subversion and Espionage Directed
Against the U.S. Army and Deliberate Security Violations.