be counted by container, and they will be inspected to assure that bands and seals are intact. All
4. Ammunition is sometimes authorized for retention in unit arms storage rooms. Such ammunition
will be stored in a locked, locally built container. It will be built of at least 22 gauge steel, or the
container may be commercially manufactured. These containers shall be made of at least 22 gauge
steel. A locked, class 5 container may also be used.
5. Containers will be locked with secondary padlocks or equivalent when not in use. They will be
fastened securely to the walls or floor of the arms room. This measure will prevent unauthorized
6. Chains of the same type used to secure arms racks will be used to secure ammunition containers.
PART E - ACTION IN THE EVENT OF MISSING OR RECOVERED FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, AND
AA&E are sometimes lost stolen, illegally disposed of or recovered. When this occurs, those directly
responsible for the property will act immediately. These persons may be the COs or their
representatives. They will notify the supporting provost marshal or security officer. All known facts
should be presented, so that an investigation may begin.