a. Strengths, location and disposition of US and Allied troops.
their movement and combat efficiency.
b. Capacity, production rate, and industrial mobilization schedules.
d. Test records of newly developed items or equipment.
means and routes.
The FBI and USAMI each bear a primary
counterespionage operations. The role of physical security personnel IS NOT
to investigate; they re to make espionage more difficult.
They do so by
applying protective measures.
Investigating subversive activities may take
months or years.
This is done by trained counterintelligence people.
Counterintelligence efforts must be closely coordinated.
This reduces the
degree of risk from espionage. Some of the duties within control of security
personnel are as follows:
b. Prevention of unauthorized entry to the premises of the post.
c. Special guarding, careful handling, and safekeeping of classified
d. Controlled burning of waste paper, carbons, and typing tape used in
preparing classified data.
e. Restriction of movement of all personnel within the post.
f. Periodic evaluations of personnel with access to classified data.
g. Security education and training programs for employees.
Sabotage is any act that may injure, interfere with, or
obstruct the US or any ally in preparing for or in carrying on war. Sabotage
can also be defined as any willful act of making war material in a defective
manner. Security personnel should expand this definition. It should include
any act which maliciously destroys property or disrupts a post operation or
mission for any reason.
Military operations could be jeopardized badly due