PHYSICAL SECURITY PLANS FOR AIRCRAFT,
MOTOR POOLS AND POL PRODUCTS
In this lesson you will learn to determine requirements for a physical security plan for aircraft, motor
pools, and POL products.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Provide recommendations for a physical security plan for aircraft, motor pools, and
You will have this subcourse, pencil, and paper.
You must take the final subcourse examination and earn a score of 70 percent.
The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following publications: AR
190-11, AR 190-51, DA Pam 190-51, FM 19-30, and Physical Security Update 10-3.
Identification of critical and vulnerable posts or areas is the first concern of physical security personnel.
The threat or perceived threat must be assessed in light of the mission. Aircraft, motor pools, and POL
storage areas require maximum protection. Each CO must ensure that security personnel are trained
to give the best protection.
PART A - LEVELS OF PHYSICAL SECURITY
1. Some security procedures and physical protection measures are a must. These are Level I
measures and they are basic and essential in safeguarding property. There are minimum requirements
Armywide in accordance with AR 190-51.
2. Level II measures may also be implemented in accordance with AR 190-51 based on a risk analysis
using DA Pam 190-51.