b. Designate the aviation facility a "mission essential/vulnerable area," according to AR 190-13.
c. Secure aircraft tiedowns with locking devices.
These should read, "Off Limits to Unauthorized
e. Require clearance before starting an aircraft engine.
f. Increase guard posts.
g. Install an IDS in hangars and structures and/or along perimeter fence; install CCTV at approved
entrances and exits.
h. Implement security identification systems.
i. Park aircraft in permanently assigned spaces. These may be in hangars and outside parking
areas. Rapid identification of missing aircraft is then aided.
j. Restrict parking of privately owned vehicles to designated lots. These should be at least 100
feet (30.48 meters) from protected areas of the airfield.
k. Implement a package control system.
l. Erect guard tower(s) in the vicinity of aircraft parking area(s). This tower(s) will provide vantage
point(s) for guard surveillance.
PART C - ESTABLISH PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR MOTOR POOL
1. Introduction. Post motor pool and park is the nerve center for mobility. Vehicles, maintenance tools
and equipment make the area vulnerable to theft and sabotage. The value of material found at motor
pools and parks necessitates maximum security protection. Again, Level I physical security measures
are mandatory, while Level II is at the discretion of the CO.
2. Level I Physical Security Measures for Motor Pools and Parks.
a. Motor pools and motor parks will be guarded during non-duty hours. Roving guard personnel
may be used to conduct periodic security checks.
(1) Motor pools or parks are bound by a perimeter fence or barriers. These must meet the
standards outlined in Appendix E, at the end of this subcourse. Grates and openings are closed and
locked. Fences/barriers must be 7-8 feet high with a single top guard.
(2) Vehicle parking areas are lighted during the hours of darkness. Exceptions are those areas
having empty trailers.