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					MCCONNELLAFBI 31-101

BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER 22D AIR REFUELING WING

MCCONNELL AIR FORCE BASE INSTRUCTION 31-101

30 NOVEMBER15 AUGUST 2006

Security Forces                                                                                                 Formatted: Font: Bold


INSTALLATION SECURITY INSTRUCTION

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OPR: 22 SFS/S-3SFO                                                                                              Formatted: Font: Bold


Certified by: 22 SFS/CC (Major Capt Michael RJ. GreenMorales)                                                   Formatted: Font: Bold


Supersedes: MAFBI 31-101, 01 February 2003                                                                      Formatted: Font: Bold


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This instruction is issued by the installation commander in accordance with the Internal Security Act of        Style Definition: Heading 3,Heading 3 Char
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1950 (50 U.S.C. 797). It establishes requirements and procedures for conducting normal security and law
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enforcement operations on McConnell Air Force Base (MAFB), Kansas, as required by Air Force
Instruction (AFI) 31-101, The Air Force Installation Security Program, and AFI 31-101/AMC Sup 1. It
establishes policies and procedures for effective day-to-day security operations; entry to the installation,
controlled and restricted areas; internal control policies; security reporting and alerting, authorization to
bear firearms, photography within restricted areas, composition of the Installation Security Council (ISC),
and individual unit support tasking. This document is required to be reviewed by the ISC annually in
accordance with AFI 31-101, The Air Force Installation Security Program.

The provisions and requirements of this instruction apply to all personnel assigned, attached, or visiting
the 22d Air Refueling Wing (22 ARW); the 184th Air Refueling Wing (184 ARW), Kansas Air National
Guard (KSANG); and the 931st Air Refueling Group (Associate) (931 ARG), Air Force Reserves. United
States military personnel who violate this instruction are subject to disciplinary action under Article 92,
Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). In addition, violations of this instruction by Air Force civilian
employees may result in disciplinary action without regard to criminal liability.

This instruction is affected by the Privacy Act of 1974. Applicable forms required by this instruction
must have a Privacy Act statement. This statement may be in the document itself or in a separate
statement attached to the form. Organizations responsible for preparing these forms must comply with

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AFI 33-332, Air Force Privacy Act Program. The appropriate table and rule in AFMAN 37-139,
Disposition of Air Force Records – Disposition Schedule, controls document.


SUMMARY OF CHANGES

This document has been substantially revised and must be completely reviewed.


Part 1 – Program Components

Chapter 1. – Responsibilities.

1.1. The Commander, 22d Air Refueling Wing (22 ARW/CC) will:
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1.1.1. Chair the Installation Security Council (ISC) or appoint the 22 ARW/CV as the chairperson.         Formatted: Normal


1.1.21. Appoint members of the ISCnstallation Security Council (ISC) IAW Chapter 2 of this instruction.

1.1.32. Ensure security education and motivation training is conducted by units and staff agencies.

1.1.43. Coordinate with Chief, Security Forces (CSF), on any special requirement not provided in this
instruction.

1.1.54. Review all ISC meeting minutes.

1.1.65. Direct initiation of pyramid alert recalls and activation of sSecurity Forceecurity forces
aAugmentee forces to support security operations as needed.

1.1.76 Ensure the ISC assigns estimated completion dates and , office of primary responsibility (OPR)     Formatted: Not Highlight
and OCRs to open items and ensures corrective actions are being actively pursued and costs validated.     Formatted: Not Highlight
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1.1.87 Ensure the ISC monitors ongoing installation security enhancement projects.

1.2. The Vice Commander, 22 ARW (22 ARW/CV) will:

1.2.1. Act as the chairman of the ISC if designated by the 22 ARW/CC.

1.2.2. Advise the wing commander on ISC issues and problems.

1.2.3. Review and sign all ISC meeting minutes.

1.3. The 22d Air Refueling Wing Command Post (22 ARW/CP) will:

1.3.1. Enforce internal security and entry control for the command post during normal operations.



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1.3.2. Relay all down-channel alerting messages affecting security received from higher headquarters to
the McConnell Emergency Response Center (MERC). Advise the MERC of any alert messages or force
protection condition changes.




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1.3.3. Provide the MERC with advance information on the arrival of special assignment airlift missions
or other transient aircraft that require special security operations.

1.3.4. Relay all Covered Wagon reports received from the MERC to higher headquarters.

1.3.5. Notify the MERC of any changes to alert aircraft status.

1.3.6. Immediately notify the MERC of any unauthorized movement of aircraft.

1.3.7. Purge the 22 ARW/WCP upon activation of the Crisis Action Team (CAT) (area "9" on the
restricted area badge (RAB)). All personnel must be checked to ensure they are allowed unescorted entry.

1.4. Unit Commanders.

1.4.1. All Unit Commanders/Agency Chiefs will:

1.4.1.1. Ensure their unit or agency develops policies and procedures to support the installation security
program.

1.4.1.2. Appoint in writing a unit security manager, as needed.

1.4.1.3. Appoint controlled area monitors if they have controlled areas, as needed.

1.4.2. 22d Logistics Readiness Squadron Commander (22 LRS/CC) will:

1.4.2.1. Establish procedures and priorities for the acquisition of items required by security plans and
directives to ensure security of protection level resources.

1.4.2.2. Establish procedures to escort aircraft passengers and crews who do not have unescorted entry to
McConnell AFB restricted areas upon their arrival and departure.

1.4.3. 22d Operations Support Squadron, Base Operations (22 OSS/OSA) will provide 22 SFS/S-3FO
with a weekly flying schedule.

1.4.4. 22d Base Civil Engineering Squadron Commander (22 CES/CC) will:

1.4.4.1. Ensure restricted area escorts are provided for contractor personnel upon the initial survey of a
project. Note: Once work begins escorts are provided by the organization directly associated with the          Formatted: Font: Not Bold
contract.

1.4.4.2. Establish maintenance priorities commensurate to the protection level of the area being secured.

1.4.4.3. Ensure priority installation and repair of all security fencing, lighting and restricted area signs
used in support of Protection Level (PL) 1, 2 and 3 resources.


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1.4.4.4. Ensure maintenance response for generators supporting Protection Level 1, 2 and 3 resources.

1.4.4.5. Develop plans to prioritize the Ensure priority maintenance for cutting of vegetation and snow
removal in and around MAFB. .

1.4.4.5.1. Remove snow and vegetation in excess of eight inches within the inner and outer 30-foot clear
zone.

1.4.4.5.2. Remove all debris, ridges, depressions or objects within 30 feet from inside and outside of the
restricted area boundary.

1.4.4.6. Establish procedures for EOD to respond, identify and neutralize suspicious devices.

1.4.5. 22d Communications Squadron Commander (22 CS/CC) will:

1.4.5.1. Ensure priority maintenance of sSecurity Forceecurity force’s’ communication equipment used
in support of Protection Level 1, 2 and 3 resources in accordance with established procedures.

1.4.6. 22d Services Squadron Commander (22 SVS/CC) will:

1.4.6.1. Provide hot meals to on-duty sSecurity Forceecurity forces.

1.4.6.2. Provide for on-duty sSecurity Forceecurity force’s’ personnel who cannot eat at the dining
facility through the use of AF FmForm 2039, Ground Support Meal Request, for those not on meal card
or AF FmForm 812, Meal Order Record, for those on meal card.

1.4.6.3. Provide organizational control centers changes in dining facility/flight kitchen operating hours.

1.4.7. Commanders, 22d Maintenance Operations Squadron (22 MOS/CC), 22d Aircraft Maintenance
Squadron (22 AMXS/CC) and 184th Maintenance Squadron (184 MXS/CC) will ensure the following:

1.4.7.1. Coordinate aircraft movements crossing restricted area boundaries and/or through restricted areas
with MERC.

1.4.7.2. Notify the MERC of any aircraft movements and engine starts.

1.4.7.3. Notify the MERC of any Helping Hand/Covered Wagon messages received over the maintenance
expediter system.

1.4.7.4. Notify the MERC of any unauthorized movement of aircraft reported by flight line personnel.

1.4.7.5. Notify the MERC of all aircraft tows into or out of restricted areas.

1.4.7.6. Ensure all protection level aircraft are parked in established restricted areas. Note: Notify the
MERC of operational aircraft that will be left unattended outside the restricted area. All PL aircraft are
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parked on the mass aircraft parking area (MAPA) if room permits. If space is not available, aircraft will
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park adjacent to military PL aircraft.


1.4.7.7. Notify the MERC whenever security is relinquished or accepted by maintenance personnel.
When maintenance personnel have internal security they are responsible to provide internal control and
surveillance of parking areas.

1.4.7.8. Notify the MERC when aircraft are left in unusual configuration, i.ee.g.., doors left open, etc.

1.4.7.9. Notify the MERC when aircraft are rendered non-mission capable for periods longer than 72
hours. Aircraft that are considered non-mission capable will be treated as PL-4 resources, therefore,and
should beattempt to located the aircraft away from other PL-3 resources.

1.4.7.10. Notify the MERC prior to initiating any upload or download of munitions loaded aircraft.

1.4.8. Commander, Detachment 321, Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI, Det 321) will:

1.4.8.1. Gather intelligence and threat information for McConnell AFB in accordance with the
Installation Security Plan, AFI 31-101 and higher headquarters directives.

1.4.8.1.1. Provide this information to 22 OSS/IN for analysis.

1.4.8.1.2. Present threat information and intelligence to the ISC and other working groups identified in
this instruction as directed.

1.4.8.2. Provide investigative services in support of Air Force resources.

1.5. Chief, Security Forces (CSF) will:

1.5.1. Ensure manning for security of resources IAW AFI 31-series directives and 22 ARW OPLAN
31-1, MAFB Installation Security Plan (ISP). Based on the importance to the overall security of the
installation's resources., dDetermine which posts go unmanned during personnel shortages.

1.5.2. Implement and enforce entry and internal controls for all restricted areas.

1.5.3. Maintain a 24-hour McConnell Emergency Response Center (MERC) and associated equipment
required by current directives.

1.5.4. Publish and distribute 22 ARW duress codes every six months or when compromised. Unit
security managers are notified when the codes are ready for pickup. After the codes are received by the
unit security manager, they should be distributed to all personnel who work ion or near restricted and
controlled areas. Duress words are considered “For Official Use Only” and must be safeguarded to
prevent compromise. Duress codes will not be e-mailed, faxed, posted or openly displayed.


1.5.5. Publish and distribute 22 ARW sign/countersigns semi-annually or when compromised. The
sign/countersign will be used to facilitate entry into restricted areas during alert force launches and
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emergencies. The sign/countersign will only be distributed to units involved in emergency and alert force
response situations. Unit security managers are notified when the codes are ready for pickup.
Sign/Countersigns are considered “For Official Use Only” and must be safeguarded to prevent
compromise. The sign/countersign will not be e-mailed, faxed, posted or openly displayed.

1.5.6. Maintain a close liaison with friendly forces identified in the ISP regarding security matters.

1.5.7. Ensure training is conducted for personnel tasked with sSecurity Forceecurity force aAugmentee
duty. This training will include initial, recurring and on-the-job training conducted by S-3T and S-3.

1.5.8. Prepare and update operating instructions, special security instructions and post priority listings.

1.5.9. Ensure a temporary restricted area is established for transient aircraft located outside an existing
restricted area. Request 22 AMXS provide four light-all units per PL-3 aircraft.

1.5.10. Provide a security response within five minutes to support transient aircraft located outside an
existing restricted area.

1.5.11. Initiate all AF Form 116, Request for Deviation from Security Criteria. AF Forms 116 will be
accomplished IAW chapter 6 of AFI 31-101, The Air Force Installation Security Program. For further
information on the AF Form 116 process, contact the Resource Protection Manager (RPM). The RPM
will maintain copies of all AF Forms 116 and will brief the ISC during every meeting and forward copies
of all deviations to HQ AMC/A7SO.

1.5.12. Prepare the ISC meeting minutes . Coordinate and facilitate the ISC meeting agenda and prepare,
publish, and distribute meeting minutes as required.

1.5.13. Chairs the installation Threat Working Group (TWG).

1.5.13.14. ContactEnsure the host agency when 22 ARW aircraft are temporarily assigned to their airfield
and ensure they can support security requirements. Notify the receiving unit of 22 ARW assigned aircraft
can support specific security requirements and inform the 22 OG/CC of the status of support and
additional requirements.

1.5.14.15.. Establish Appoint an Installation Security Section (ISS).
 to include a sSecurity Forceecurity forces member as the Installation Security Constable.

1.5.1516. Direct the wear of body armor for specific posts or for all personnel during normal and
increased Force Protection Conditions (FPCONS) and during unusual incidents or situations. This
requirement will be identified in individual posts Special Security Instructions (SSIs).

1.5.1617. Request a permanent If needed, request a change in protection level of a resource located at
McConnell IAW AFI 31-101/AMC sup 1, para 2.2.1.1.. Ensure that the unit submits an initial request to
change a protection level via message to HQ AMC/A7SO. Ensure the WCP forwards detailed
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Chapter 2. – Installation Security Council and Working Groups.                                           Formatted: Normal


2.1. The Installation Security Council (ISC). The 22 ARW/CC establishes membership of the ISC. The
ISC is the single governing body responsible for installation security. The ISC is composed of:

2.1.1. Voting Members.

2.1.1.1. 22 ARW/CC (chairperson)

2.1.1.21. 22 ARW/CV (serves as the ISC chairperson in the absence of the 22 ARW/CCchairperson)

2.1.1.32. 22 MSG/CC (Acts as the chairman as a last resort ifSserves as the ISC chairperson if both 22
ARW/CC and CV are unavailable.TDY))

2.1.1.43. 22 MXG/CC

2.1.1.54. 22 MDG/CC

2.1.1.65. 22 OG/CC.

2.1.2. Required Attendees.

2.1.2.1. 22 SFS/CC (Recorder)

2.1.2.2. OSI/Det 321 CC

2.1.2.3. 22 CES/CC

2.1.2.4. 22 CS/CC

2.1.2.5. 22 OSS/OSAA

2.1.2.6. 22 ARW/JAStaff Judge AAdvocate

2.1.2.7. 22 ARW/SEPA

2.1.2.8. 22 CPTSF/CC

2.1.2.9. 22 OSS/IN

2.1.2.910. 931 ARG/CC

2.1.2.110. 184 ARW/CC

2.1.2.121. 22 ARW/XPA (Installation Antiterrorism Chief)

2.1.2.1321. Others as needed by topic or invited by ISC membership.
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2.2. Working Groups. The ISC determines the need for working groups to address specific needs. The
following are working groups established by the ISC. Others may be established for specific projects.




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2.2.1. Threat Working Group (TWG). The TWG is comprised of AT Manager (ARW/XPM), AFOSI,
ATO, Fire Department, Bio-Environmental, Public Health, Intelligence and chaird by the Chief, Security
Forces. The TWG normally meets during periods of increased tension to evaluate threat information and
recommend changes to FPCONs or as directed by the 22 ARW/CC, 22 MSG/CC or when requested by
any TWG member. They also prepare the installation threat vulnerability assessment. The 22 ARW
Antiterrorism Manager/ARW/XPM is the OPR. The TWG works under the direction of the Installation
Security Council and will: The core TWG is comprised of representatives from the Installation
Antiterrorism Office (22 ARW/XPA), Intelligence Support to Force Protection (22 OSS/IN), Det 321, Air
Force Office of Special Investigations (Det 321/AFOSI), 22d Security Forces Squadron Operations Flight
(22 SFS/S-3FO) and chaired by the Chief, Security Forces. Other functional experts such as the Public
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Disposal, Public Affairs, et al, will be tasked to participate as needed.

2.2.1.1. Meeting Frequency. The TWG works at the direction of the installation commander and will
meet weekly or:

2.2.1.1.1. Monthly while in FPCON Normal and Alpha.

2.2.1.1.2. Weekly in FPCON Bravo or higher.

2.2.1.1.31. At the direction of the Installation Commander or the Crisis Action Team (CAT).

2.2.1.1.42. Upon request of any member of the core and expanded TWG membership.

2.2.1.2. Charter. The TWG is chartered to gather, analyze, and promptly report any information or
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regardless of the nature of the threat. The TWG will use the information to make course of action
recommendations to the installation commander, Installation Security Council/Force Protection Executive
Council (ISC/FPEC), and Force Protection Working Group (FPWG) to counter or mitigate the threat
.threat.

2.2.1.3. Refer to Appendix 4 to Annex A to McConnell OPLAN 10-245, Antiterrorism Plan, for
additional information.

2.2.1.1 Meet weekly to review the current and potential threats affecting installation operations and
resources and recommended courses of action to mitigate or counter the threat.

2.2.1.2 Convene as necessary to ensure pertinent information is being disseminated, installation RAM’s
are adequate and personnel are not becoming complacent during real world force protection conditions.

2.2.1.3 Meet prior to the assembly of the Crisis Action Team or scheduled Installation Security Council
meeting in order to have the most up to date threat information

2.2.1.4 Meet quarterly with all members and representatives from the FBI, U.S. Secret Service, INS,
KHP, Cessna Security, Boeing Security, Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department and Wichita PD.

2.2.1.5 Review local FPCON measures.                                                                         Formatted: Centered
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2.2.1.6 Identify installation vulnerabilities and make recommendations concerning antiterrorism and
force protection.

2.2.1.7 Combine intelligence and counterintelligence agencies to develop assessments of threat(s) against
McConnell AFB and assets.
2.2.2. Force Protection Working Group (FPWG). The FPWG makes recommendations on force
protection issues and corrective action on any discrepancies for the wing. They also make
recommendations on prioritization of projects and funding. As a minimum, they meet semi-annually but
may meet more often as needed. Their semi-annual meeting should be held in conjunction with the semi-
annual ISC meeting. The FPWG is a cross-functional working group made up of wing and tenant unit
representatives. The FPWG serves as the primary advisory body to the Installation Commander, through
the Installation Security Council/Force Protection Executive Council (ISC/FPEC), on antiterrorism and
force protection policy, countermeasures, and resource management in response to the assessed terrorist
threat.

2.2.2.1. The FPWG is chaired by the Vice Commander, 22d Air Refueling Wing (22 ARW/CV) and
includes members who are action-officer level representatives of their group, squadron, or organization,
or subject matter experts in their functional areas. The FPWG meets at least quarterly, or as directed.

2.2.2.2. Refer to Appendix 2 to Annex A to McConnell OPLAN 10-245, Antiterrorism Plan, for
additional information.



2.2.3. Alarm Working Group (AWG). The AWG is comprised of Security Forces, Civil Engineering,
Contracting (as needed), Communications and other agencies as needed comprise the AWG. It is formed
when there are plans for major intrusion detection system (IDS) additions, changes or difficulties. The
Security Forces Resource Protection Manager is the OPR. The AWG does not meet on a regular basis,
but is formed at the request of any member to discuss problems or projects with alarm systems.
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Chapter 3. – IInstallation Security Constable Program.

3.1. The Installation Security Constable is appointed by the 22 ARWSFS/CC and is the 22 ARW
executive agent for ensuring security education and training is conducted IAW AFI 31-101 and local
instructions.

3.2. Security Education and Training (SET). The constable will conduct security education training
separate from unit training by planning, conducting and evaluating detection exercises in restricted and
controlled areas. These exercises are designed to determine the effectiveness of the installation security
program in controlled and restricted areas. See Attachment #2 for ana sample evaluation sheet.

3.3. The Installation Security Constable will:
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3.3.12.1. CThe constable will conduct two SET exercises per month using a “Go”/“No Go” rating scale           Formatted: Not Highlight
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challenging techniques and overall protection of the resource.


3.32.11.1. Units will receive a "NoO GoO" rating when there is a failure to detect an attempt to damage
protection level resources, failure to make proper notifications or use of excessive force to detain a
perpetrator.

3.32.1.2. Units will receive a "GoO" rating if they detect and report the attempt to damage the resource,
challenge the perpetrator and safeguard the resource to the best of their ability.

3.32.2. The constable will tTrack and log all SET exercises. The CSF will send a formal exercise report
to the affected unit commander.

3.32.3. The constable will wWork with a unit that fails (or marginally passes) a SET exercise to develop
a plan of corrective action.

3.32.4. Constables will cConduct a re-evaluation using a similar exercise scenario within 30 – 60 days.

3.3.4.1. The Unit Security Manager will ensure all personnel are aware of the re-evaluation results and
lessons learned.

3.3.5. Recognize individuals for outstanding performance during SET exercises. Recognition and reward
is at the wing commander’s discretion, but examples could be a wing coin, pass or letter of appreciation.

3.3.6. Develop a written test from Phase I and Phase II Physical Security Awareness Training. The Unit        Formatted: Heading 3,Heading 3 Char Char
Security Manager (USM) is responsible to administer the test.


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noncommissioned officer (SNCO), 4 noncommissioned officers (NCOs) and 4 Airmen, picked by their
USM.

3.3.6.1.1. The installation security constable will track all units results and brief these results will be   Formatted: Not Highlight
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lessons learned.

3.3. Recognition. Recognize individuals for outstanding performance during SET exercises.
Recognition and reward is at the wing commander’s discretion, but examples could be a wing coin, pass
or letter of appreciation.

3.4. Test Development. Develop a written test from Phase I and Phase II Physical Security Awareness
Training. The Unit Security Manager (USM) is responsible to administer the test.


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Chapter 4. – Unit Security Managers.

4.1. Unit Security Managers (USM) are appointed by their commanders or staff agency chiefs to manage
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4.2. Tasks. The unit security manager (USM) will:

4.2.1. Work closely with the installation security constable to ensure their unit has the most current
training materials and tests to evaluate their personnel.

4.2.2. Conduct an annual review of all SET test questions and update as required.

4.2.3. Ensure all personnel receive Phase I training during unit in-processing that includes:

4.2.3.1. General knowledge of the local threat, the Installation Security Plan, the Installation Security
Instruction and security reporting and alerting system.

4.2.3.2. How to sound the alarm for emergency situations.

4.2.3.3. Unescorted entry control procedures to a restricted area (for those granted unescorted entry
privileges) to include:

4.2.3.3.1. Verification of right/need to enter a restricted area and potential methods used to gain
unauthorized entry into a restricted area.

4.2.3.3.2. Responsibilities and duties of an escort official.

4.2.3.3.3. Simple search techniques for vehicle searches.

4.2.4. Ensure unit personnel who work with, or around, protection level resources, or in protection level
restricted and controlled areas, complete Phase II Continuation Training. Tailor Phase II training to the
specific duties of their work centers and include, as a minimum:

4.2.4.1. Threats to protection level resources located on the installation.

4.2.4.2. Procedures for restricted and controlled areas, duress words and authentication procedures.

4.2.4.3. Written knowledge tests.

4.3. Restricted Area Badge Audit Procedures

4.3.1. Security managers will receive an annual listing of all restricted area badges issued to their
squadron from 22 SFS/S-5BFOXI.

4.3.2. Security managers will physically verify and account for all badges.

4.3.3. Security managers will sign to verify all information or identify any changes.

4.3.4. Security managers will update the letter and return it to S-5BFOXI with commander endorsement.


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Chapter 5. – Establishing Areas.

5.1. Restricted Areas.

5.1.1. This instruction designates restricted areas of MAFB in compliance with the lawful authority of the
installation commander and pursuant to DoD Directive 5200.8, Security of DoD Installations and
Resources, and Section 21, Internal Security Act of 1950 (50 U.S.C. 797).

5.1.2. This directive serves as the authority for the physical and legal enforcement of restricted area
boundaries and the basis for federal prosecution. It applies to personnel assigned, attached, or visiting
MAFB.

5.1.3. Specific written permission by the installation commander or his designee is required for
unescorted entry into restricted areas and controlled areas.

5.1.4. Limit entry to people performing essential official duties. Restricted area warning signs and other
physical aids mark all restricted areas. All restricted areas on MAFB have a 30-foot clear zone on all
sides of their boundaries. The MAPA will have a permanent clear zone. The Delta, Echo, Foxtrot, and
KSANG flight line ramps and Buildings 10, 1106, 1107, 1166, and 1176 will have a 30-foot clear zone
when aircraft are present.

5.1.5. Security ForceSecurity forces are authorized to establish temporary restricted areas on an as needed
basis, without ISC approval, to support protection level resources. The following paragraphs contains Aa
list of restricted areas designated by the installation commander are outlined in chapter 17.

5.2. National Defense Areas (NDA). Establish NDA’sNDAs to secure Protection Level 1, 2 or 3                   Formatted: Not Highlight
resources located off installation and on land not under the control of the DoD. Refer to Installation
Security Plan 31-1, Annex C, Appendix 10, Tab B, Enclosure 1, for specific procedures to establish an
NDA.

5.3. Controlled Areas. Controlled areas are established pursuant to DoD Directive 5200.8, Security of
DoD Installations and Resources, and Section 21, Internal Security Act of 1950 (Title 50 U.S.C. 797).

5.3.1. 22 ARW/CC must approve controlled areas.

5.3.2. Route designation requests for controlled areas through 22 SFS/S-3FOSR, Resource Protection
Manager (RPM).

5.3.3. The RPM and CES personnel must conduct an initial physical security survey of the proposed
controlled area before final approval. The RPM and CES will conduct surveys of new and remodeled
facilities. For areas/facilities as determined by the RPM not needing design review/additional                Formatted: Not Highlight
construction, CES presence will not be required.

5.3.3.1. The initial survey will include a review of the area, resources to be protected, and proposed
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5.3.3.2. The RPM will offer recommendations on how to best protect the area to support the mission
requirements.

5.3.3.3. Security ForceSecurity forces will maintain the original report. The RPM will provide a copy of
the Survey Report to the owner/user commander. Note: Requesting agencies must correct discrepancies           Formatted: Font: Not Bold
prior to continuing this process. Resources will not be stored in the proposed area until all discrepancies
are corrected.

5.3.4. Once all discrepancies are corrected, the RPM will prepare and forward the report to the
22 ARW/CC for establishment of the controlled area.

5.3.5. Identify controlled area boundaries with warning signs, physical barriers, fencing or ropes and/or
stanchions.

5.3.6. Unit commander must designate in writing a controlled area monitor and as many alternates as
needed to manage the controlled area. Forward appointment letters with duty phone and emergency
phone numbers to 22 SFS/S-3FOSR. (Refer to paragraph 21.4. for specific responsibilities of the
controlled area monitor.)

5.4. Free Zones.

5.4.1. Free Zones for PL rotection Level (PL)1, 2 or 3 resources. Some construction projects and similar
one-time activities within a restricted area may make it inappropriate or impracticable to use escort
procedures described in this instruction and AFI 31-101, Chapter 3, as supplemented. PL resources may
not be located within free zones. Agencies needing a free zone will contact 22 SFS/S-3FOS as soon as
the need is identified. Refer to AFI 31-101, paragraph 3.7, for guidance on establishing free zones.
Coordinate requests to establish free zones with agencies involved in the project to include the unit
commander or agency chief having immediate responsibility for the operational resources of the area and
Chief, Security Forces. The ISC must approve free zones in non-nuclear restricted areas. It takes
approximately sixty duty days for coordination and approval to establish a free zone. The owner/user is
responsible to maintain surveillance over the free zone area and/or boundary while work is being
conducted. Free zones in PL 1, 2 and 3 areas must also be identified with a raised boundary (e.g.i.e.
ropes, cones, stanchions, etc.).

5.4.2. Free Zones for PL 4 Resources (Controlled Areas). Approval for free zones located inside a
controlled area rests on the unit commander or agency chief that have primary responsibility for the area.
Controlled area free zones are established when construction projects or other temporary work activities
make escort procedures impractical. Owner/users must brief all contractors of specific requirements prior
to initiation of the project. Note: This should occur during a pre-construction meeting and may be            Formatted: Font: Not Bold
conducted by the Resource Protection Manager. The owner/user is responsible to maintain surveillance
over the free zone area and/or boundary while work is being conducted. At the end of the duty day, the
owner/user agency must conduct a check of the free zone to ensure all contract personnel have departed
the area. If the free zone requires contractors to be around sensitive equipment or resources, owner users
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Chapter 6. – Incident Reporting.

6.1. Security Reporting and Alerting

6.1.1. General. The security reporting and alerting system is a rapid security communications procedure
that connects all Air Force bases and commands. This system provides a defense against widespread
coordinated sabotage through rapid dissemination of information disrupting the timing or coordination
that could occur in such operations. The success of the security reporting and alerting system depends on
the speed with which the report is received at the MERC, command post and appropriate higher
headquarters agencies.

6.1.2. Procedures. Individuals working in and around restricted areas must be alert to detect possible
threats to protection level resources. The person making the report must remain in the affected area to
assist responding sSecurity Forceecurity forces. The first responding SF member observing a suspicious
person or unusual event in a restricted area will initiate a Helping Hand or Covered Wagon report to
MERC using the quickest means available, e.g.i.e., land-mobile radio, direct line or commercial telephone
to 759-6777. Security ForceSecurity forces members will ensure the report is not delayed for
investigative actions.

6.1.3. Reports. There are two types of up-channel reports that affect MAFB – Helping Hand and
Covered Wagon. These reports are only used for Protection Level 1, 2 and 3 resources/areas located at
MAFB.
Refer to 22 ARW ISP, Annex C, Appendix 2, Tabs A and B, for further information.

6.2. Base-wide Incident Reporting. Personnel should contact the MERC or any posted sSecurity
Forceecurity forces member to report crimes in progress, suspicious activity, traffic accidents, breaches of
the base perimeter (to include military family housing), unauthorized entry, etc.

6.2.1. Contact the MERC at 759-3976 or 759-3978 for non-emergency incident reporting. Use the 9-1-1
emergency notification network for emergency reporting.

6.2.2. The 22 SFS has a limited number of patrols available at any given time. Dependent upon the
severity of an accident or incident, the MERC dispatcher may direct victims or witnesses to Building
1115, to make complaints or to complete reports.

Part 2 – Control Measures, Forces, Facilities, and Equipment.

Chapter 7. – Installation Entry, Visitor Requirements, Internal Control Procedures and Curfew
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7.1. Installation Designation. McConnell Air Force Base is designated as a “closed” base resulting in a
minimal number of entry points being open to allow access. 22 SFS posts sentries at installation entry
points in accordance with priorities established in the 22 ARW McConnell Installation Security Plan       Formatted: Not Highlight
(ISP). and the 22 ARW Antiterrorism Plan.                                                                 Formatted: Not Highlight


7.2. Installation Entry Points and Jurisdiction. Procedures for law enforcement at entry points are
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7.2.1. Jurisdiction. The following jurisdictions are applicable to McConnell:

7.2.1.1. Exclusive Jurisdiction: The USAF has exclusive jurisdiction for all incidents that occur on base
or the Southwind Housing except areas listed as proprietary jurisdiction in 7.2.1.2.

7.2.1.2. Proprietary Jurisdiction: The USAF exercises proprietary jurisdiction The USAF has exclusive
jurisdiction for all incidents that occur on base except the following areas: for the overrun south of 47th
Street South; west side of Jayhawk Drive near the West Gate; the east side of the housing area adjacent to
the Wineteer School; and and the small area by the 31st Street Gate (Gate 1A). (NOTE: THE
PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE ENTRANCES ARE CONSIDERED PROPRIETARY JURISDICTION. The
22 SFS HAS NO JURISDICTION ON THE BRIDGE ITSELF.).

7.2.1.3. Exact locations and boundaries of jurisdictional areas are identified on base grid maps used by
sSecurity Forceecurity forces. Note: The USAF has sole jurisdiction for incidents occurring in areas of         Formatted: Font: Not Bold
exclusive federal jurisdiction and sSsecurity fFforces may enforce federal and state law against all
military and civilian personnel.

7.2.2. Installation Entry Points.

7.2.2.1. The Main Gate/Gate 1 is located on Kansas Street at Rock Road and is open year round, 24 hours
a day. It is located in an area of exclusive federal jurisdiction.

7.2.2.2. The West Gate/Gate 2 is located on Salina Road at George Washington Boulevard near the
Kansas Air National Guard complex. The installation commander determines operating hours. It is
located in an area of proprietary jurisdiction. The DoD has title to the area, but Kansas retains authority
to legislate over the area. Security ForceSecurity forces may enforce the Uniform Code of Military
Justice (UCMJ) against military personnel but must request Wichita Police Department response when
dealing with most civilian violators. Entry may be denied to any vehicle or person not meeting entry
requirements for MAFB, regardless of status.

7.2.2.3. The Southwind (Family Housing Gate) Gate 3 is located off Rock Road on Arnold Street at the
entrance to military family housing is open year round, 24 hours a day.

7.2.2.4. The Wineteer Elementary School is located east of the Southwind family housing area. Access
to the school is provided via a vehicle and pedestrian gate located near the intersection of Spicer Drive
and Ent Street. The gate is opened at times established by the installation commander or appointed
designee. Security ForceSecurity forces has no jurisdiction in the Wineteer school area, but may respond
to life threatening or emergency situations when requested by the Sedgwick County Sheriff Department
through the 9-1-1 dispatch center. Refer to 22 ARW Installation Plan,See annex C, appendix 4, tabs D            Formatted: Not Highlight
and E of the ISP for further informationinstructions.                                                           Formatted: Not Highlight


7.2.2.5. The pedestrian bridge gate is located at the intersection of 31st Street and the southwest corner of
the Southwind family housing area. The gate offers 24-hour access and uses a card reader system
controlled by Military Family Housing Office. The gate may be closed during periods of increased Force
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7.2.2.6. The Commercial Search Gate was established to support contract personnel and will be manned
by sSecurity Forceecurity forces or sSecurity Forceecurity force Aaugmentees. Direct any questions or
concerns about the Commercial Search Facility to the installation security section. Full- time contract       Formatted: Not Highlight
employees must meet the requirements of paragraph 7.11 for installation access.
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7.2.2.7. Other entry points may be opened by sSecurity Forceecurity forces to allow entry and exit for
special purposes (contractor entry/exit, emergency response, etc.) or for use during special events such as
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7.3. McConnell Visitor Center. The Visitor Center (VC) is located adjacent to the Main Gate and is the
primary facility for issuing visitor/vehicle passes, restricted area badges and conducting installation
vehicle registration.

7.3.1. Civilian technicians normally man this facility from 0600 to 2000 Monday through Friday and
0800 to 1600 Saturday and Sunday and McConnell down days. Operating hours may change at any time
due to mission requirements or manning constraints. The Visitor Center is closed on federal holidays.

7.3.2. Visitor/vehicle passes may be obtained from the Gate 1 or Gate 3 entry controllers when the
Visitor Center is closed. Passes issued by Eentry controllers will expire the next duty day. Instruct
visitors to go to the Visitor Center for an extended pass. Contractor passes or extended passes (more than
72 hours) will not be issued through any entry control gate without approval from S-3, S-5BFOXI or
Flight Chief.
Note: Temporary visitor passes exceeding ten (10) days or vehicle passes exceeding 30 days will not be        Formatted: Font: Not Bold
issued without approval of the Chief of Security ForceSecurity Forces.

7.3.3. The Visitor Center may be open outside of established operating hours at the discretion of the
CSF.

7.3.4. The McConnell Contractor Badge Issuance Office at the West Gate is located in the search               Formatted: Not Highlight
building.                                                                                                     Formatted: Not Highlight
The Contractor Badge Issuance Office is the focal point for all Contractor/Vendors to receive their proper
identification badges. The office is open from 0800 to 1600 Monday through Friday and is closed on
weekends, holidays and wWwing down days.                                                                      Formatted: Not Highlight


7.4. Installation Entry Requirements. The installation commander determines entry requirements based
on local conditions and threats. A change in local conditions or threat could cause a change to entry
requirements without prior notification to the general populous.

7.4.1. Identification Checks. Security fForces (and support forces as dictated by force protection
conditions) conduct identification checks as indicated below. Personnel not meeting identification
requirements will be denied access to the base or required to get a pass at the Visitors Center.

7.4.1.1. All pedestrians and bicycle riders (including anyone on roller blades, skateboards, and other non-
motorized conveyances) entering MAFBGate 1, Gate 2 or Gate 3 will be checked for positive
identification. Checks of the property carried by pedestrians are not normally conducted, however, if
sSecurity fForces feel there is justification for an inspection, they should first attempt to gain consent
from the owner. If the owner refuses the inspection, contact Staff Judge Advocate (SJA)/Magistrate for
further guidance and possible authority to conduct the search.

7.4.1.2. Vehicle operators and occupants may be directed to present identification at any time by a
sSecurity Fforces member. 100 % identification checks of vehicle drivers are conducted from 0600 to
1800, Monday through Friday. During this time, responsibility for identifying vehicle occupants rests
with the vehicle operator. This does not prevent sSecurity fForces from checking all identification cards     Formatted: Not Highlight
(if they feel it is necessary) or from conducting 100% identification checks on a random basis. From          Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.4.1.3. Personnel using the pedestrian bridge may will be checked for identification on a random basis        Comment [k1]: Will be or “may” be checked?
                                                                                                               By whom and how?
by sSsecurity fFforce patrols.

7.4.2. Identification Media. Every person entering the installation must possess one of the following
types of identification or they will be issued an AF FmForm 75 or computer generated personal pass.

7.4.2.1. Common Access Card (CAC), Geneva Conventions Identification Card, for active duty, Reserve
or National Guard components and the DD FmForm 2 Series, Armed Forces Identification and Privileges            Formatted: Not Highlight
Card for retired military personnel. (Note: Personnel with valid identification cards have vouching
authority for visitors/guests.)

7.4.2.1.1. All non-military affiliated personnel needing a CAC must meet the requirements of AFI 36-
3026(I), Identification Cards For Members Of The Uniformed Services, Their Eligible Family Members,            Formatted: Font: 12 pt, Italic
And Other Eligible Personnel and contractor entry requirements for MAFB contractors.

7.4.2.2. DD FmForm 1173, Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card. (Note: This card may
be issued to dependents of either military members or civilian employees. PersonsPeople over 18 years of
age or olderof age can vouch for visitors and guests.)

7.4.2.3. AF FmForm 354, Department of the Air Force Civilian Identification Card. (Note:                       Formatted: Font: Not Bold
PersonsPeople over 18 years of age or older can vouch for visitors and guests.)

7.4.2.4. AL FmForm 150, Department of Energy Courier Identification Card. (Note: Does not have guest           Formatted: Font: Not Bold
vouching privileges.)

7.4.2.5. DA FmForm 1602, Department of the Army Civilian Identification Card, issued to the Army
Corps of Engineers. (Note: Personseople over 18 years of age or older can vouch for visitors and guests.)      Formatted: Font: Not Bold
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7.4.2.6. Civil Air Patrol (CAP) FmForm 19, CAP Identification Card. (Note: CAP members must be
listed on a current CAP roster to be granted unescorted visitor privileges in conjunction with the CAP
FmForm 19.)

7.4.2.7. DD FmForm 2574, Armed Forces Exchanges Identification Card. (Note: Does not have guest
vouching privileges.)

7.4.2.8. United States Air Force Delayed Entry Program identification cards and similar cards of other
services are issued to personnel on the US military delayed entry program. The card is not valid for
identification purposes or installation entry. Personnel on the delayed enlistment program are authorized
to use Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) and AAFES facilities. To gain installation entry, the
recruit must present their DD Form 4 (enlistment contract) and a valid photo identification card other than
their delayed entry card.

7.4.2.9. Local, state or other federal agency identification credentials supported by valid driver’s license
(and personal photo identification as necessary) for people conducting official business or attending
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7.4.2.10. Government bill of lading (GBL), Commercial bill of lading (CBL), delivery order (Ffast food
businesses), delivery slip, invoice, work order, etc., supported by a valid driver’s license when the person
is operating a corporate, commercial or delivery type vehicle that is clearly marked with permanently
affixed logo or corporate, commercial name. Changes to these requirements to enhance security may be
made on a short or no notice basis. Additional requirements such as telephone verification with the
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7.4.2.10.1. Vendors conducting business on base solely for the purpose of selling a product will not
receive a long-term pass without written permission from the installation commander.

7.4.2.10.2. Shipping documents should contain a point of contact and phone number. Telephone
verification with the receiver may be required before entry is allowed depending on the current FPCON.

7.4.2.10.3. All taxis and deliveries will be logged in by the applicable gate sentry. The driver will
surrender their Ddriver’ss lLicense and receive a Delivery Exchange Badge. The driver must wear the           Formatted: Not Highlight
Eexchange bBadge on their outer most garment above the waist while on the installation. When exiting
the installation the Ddriver will stop and re-exchange their bBadge for their Ddriver’ss lLicense and the     Formatted: Not Highlight
gate sentry will annotate the exit time. Note: Gate sentries must be vigilant to “excessive” delivery times
and will initiate actions through the MERC to locate overdue returned passes.

7.4.2.11. Derby Unified School District (USD) 260 Employee identification card issued to USD 260
employees or a USD 260 civilian personnel access card issued to civilian parents/guardians of children
attending Wineteer Elementary School. (Note: These identification cards only allow access to Southwind
family housing for the purpose of transiting the housing area to and from the school during school hours
or school functions.) In addition, USD 260 school buses are allowed to transit the Southwind housing
area and may enter the main installation for transporting children between school and military residencies
or day care facilities.

7.4.2.12. Foreign military members from NATO aligned nations in possession of their home nation
military identification card and international travel orders specifically addressing entrance to McConnell
AFB are authorized entry to patronize base agencies. If they have the aforementioned paperwork in hand
they will not require the issuance of a vehicle pass and can proceed onto the installation. The sponsoring
agency may be contacted for verification if necessary.

7.4.2.13. Contractor and vendor entry and identification is explained in paragraph 7.11.. of this
instruction.

7.5. Vehicle Entry and Operation Requirements. The installation commander determines vehicle entry
requirements based on local conditions and threats. A change in local conditions or threat could cause a
change to vehicle entry requirements without prior notification to the general populous.

7.5.1. Privately Owned Vehicles (POV).

7.5.1.1. Personnel desiring to operate vehicles on MAFB must meet the following requirements in
addition to providing personal identification credentials described in sectionChapter 7.4.2. Personnel
operating a motor vehicle not in compliance with this instruction will not be allowed to drive on the
installation.

7.5.1.2. Vehicles must display installation registration decals (DD Form 2220, AF FmForm 2219, and
appropriate colored U.S. military installationMcConnell AFB sticker), AF FmForm 75 (Vehicle Pass),
appropriate company logos permanently affixed to the vehicle or meet other requirements identified in
this chapter to be authorized onto the installation.
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7.5.1.2.1. General Officers, Flag Officers, and civilian equivalents, in either active or retired status, may
display privately- owned vehicle registration decals (DD Fm’s 2220) on a separate or removable placard          Formatted: Not Highlight
in lieu of permanently affixing decals to the vehicle. Separate placards, if used, should be prominently
displayed inside the vehicle when entering and at all times while on the installation. When unattended on
base, placards will remain prominently displayed inside the locked vehicle. When off the installation,
placards should be kept out of sightte in the glove box, console etc., and the vehicle should be locked         Formatted: Not Highlight
when unattended. Lost or stolen placards should be immediately reported to sSecurity fForces.

7.5.1.2.2. Vehicles entering any gate that do not meet the above requirements while the Visitor Center is
open will be denied entry and sent to the Visitor Center. Gate guards will issue an AF FmForm 75 (not to
exceed 24 hours in duration) when the Visitor Center is closed. Note: No visitor or vehicle passes will be      Formatted: Font: Not Bold
issued at any gate when the Visitor Center is open.

7.5.1.2.3. Active duty military personnel, their dependents, retirees and civilian employees possessing an
AF FmForm 354, who are operating rental or loaner vehicles need to proceed to the Visitor Center and
obtain a vehicle pass for the length of time needed, up to 30 days. Note: Long-term leased or newly             Formatted: Font: Not Bold
purchased vehicles must immediately proceed to the visitor center to register their vehicle. Personnel
newly assigned to MAFB must accomplish vehicle registration at the Visitor Center within 10 duty days.
KSANG personnel may register their vehicles with the 184th SSecurity Forces Squadron.

7.5.2. Vehicle Entry (Other Than POV).

7.5.2.1. Treat all rental vehicles used by higher headquarters inspection teams and other temporary duty
(TTDY) personnel as Government Owned Vehicles when an appropriate placard or copy of rental
agreement is displayed in the vehicle dashboard.

7.5.2.2. Taxi cabs, tow trucks and corporate courtesy vans clearly marked with permanently affixed
corporate logo that are transporting personnel who possess DoD credentials may proceed by utilizing the
Delivery Exchange Badge program. Installation Entry Controllers may contact the sponsor to verify the
valid need for these vehicles to enter in accordance with Special Security Instructions (SSIs).r.               Comment [k2]: Where is this process
                                                                                                                articulated? Can I get a copy of it if it’s an OI?

7.5.2.2.1. Visitor center technicians or gate sentries will contact the person(s) to be picked up when one
of these types of vehicles arrive at the gate unannounced. Direct the taxi or courtesy van driver to leave
the installation if there is no contact with the person needing to be picked up.

7.5.2.2.2. When military members or base employees are being transported onto the installation by these
means, allow access to the installation after verifying their identification.

7.5.2.3. Government Service Agency (GSA), city, county, state, and other federal employees operating
vehicles, marked or unmarked, are allowed access upon identification and verification of the vehicle
operator’s need to enter the installation for official business only. Government Services Agency (GSA)
employees that work on the installation on a daily basis will be issued an Electronic AF FmForm 75 and a        Formatted: Not Highlight
white “McConnell” sticker.

7.5.2.4. Installation registration from other DoD facilities will be honored provided they have not expired
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7.5.2.5. Private security corporations provide contracted services for base organizations or service
facilities. Organizations that contract with private security corporations will provide a letter of listing all   Formatted: Not Highlight
authorized personnel who will be providing security on base. They will follow the funds transfer
requirements identified in chapter 25, this instruction, and will report any unusual situation to sSecurity
fForces. These personnel and vehicles are only allowed entry in for performance of their contract and are
prohibited in all areas except to and from the facility they are supporting.

7.5.2.6. Fuel trucks transporting commercial fuel, motor gasoline (MOGAS), diesel fuel and JP 8 jet
aviation fuel are authorized entry through Gate 2 only. 22 LRS/LGRF or 184 LRS/LGRF will contact
SFS to coordinate entry of fuel trucks. “JP8” fuel transports are normally limited entry to a maximum of
six trucks per half-hour interval, with a limit of six trucks on the installation at any given time.              Comment [k3]: Fuel Escort Plan? Do we know if
                                                                                                                  there is a plan for escorting fuel trucks in advance
                                                                                                                  FPCONs?
.7.5.2.7. Temporary Media/Press Vehicle Passes. 22 ARW/PA will control and issue media vehicle
passes with the following limitations:

7.5.2.7.1. The passes are controlled forms and must be collected by PA following the press event.

7.5.2.7.2. Media personnel must be escorted at all times while on the installation.

7.5.2.7.3. Passes will be placed in plain view on the dashboard of the media vehicle.


7.5.2.8. Contractor/Vendor Vehicle Entry Requirements

7.5.2.8.1. Company Vehicles: It is required for contractors/vendors to obtain vehicle registration for each
vehicle that will be used on the installation unless the company logo is permanently affixed to the vehicle.
Vehicle registration is completed by the contractor through the Contractor/Vendor Issuance Office at the
Commercial Search Facility. Proof of ownership, current company identification and proof of insurance
on the vehicles are required. Each employee that will operate a vehicle must have a current and valid
driver's license. The contract administrator or sponsor is ultimately responsible for ensuring individuals
with suspended or revoked licenses do not operate a motor vehicle on the installation, to include the
Visitors Center and Gate 1 which are located on base property.

7.5.2.8.2. Privately-Owned Vehicles (POV’sPOVs): Contractors and their employees may register and                 Formatted: Not Highlight
operate their POV’sPOVs on MAFB for the duration of the contract; however, when the contract expires,
so do their driving privileges. Vehicle registration requires the contractor to provide current/valid driver's
license, vehicle registration and proof of insurance. A vehicle pass is required for each registered POV
(passes are non-transferable). Note: If a POV is not registered under the name of the person requesting           Formatted: Font: Not Bold
base registration, a power of attorney or notarized letter must be obtained from the owner. In addition, the
power of attorney or notarized letter must specify the vehicle that will be operated on MAFB.

7.5.2.8.3. Contractor or vendor delivery vehicles must have a delivery slip, commercial bill of lading or
work order showing MAFB (building number and/or street address) as the delivery destination. The letter
should also include the phone number of the receiver.

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7.6.1. The Installation Entry Point Overwatch observes all activities at the gates, provides protection for
Installation Entry Controllers and ensures no vehicle or pedestrian traffic illegally enters the installation.
Use of Cats Claws, Barrier System and deadly force are authorized IAW AFI 31-207, Arming and Use of              Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.7. Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E) Shipments. AA&E shipments routinely arrive at
MAFB for delivery to the 184 ARW Non-nuclear Munitions Storage Area (NMSA). Refer to the 22
ARW ISP, Annex C, Appendix 7, for procedures to safeguard an AA&E Safe Haven/Refuge request.

7.7.1. Reception of AA&E Delivery Couriers.

7.7.1.1. Entry controllers ensure the Commercial Bill of Lading (CBL) states the shipment is for
McConnell AFB.

7.7.1.2. Direct the driver to proceed to the appropriate parking place to await arrival of the 184 ARW/
TMO or SF patrol (after duty hours) if the CBL indicates the shipment is destined for McConnell AFB.

7.7.1.2.1. Gate 2: Direct truck to parking lane on right side of Salina Drive.

7.7.1.2.2. Gate 1: Direct driver to park in the parking lane adjacentfar- right hand inbound lane to the         Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.7.1.3. Refer to 22 ARW ISP, Appendix 76, Safe Haven/Refuge, if the CBL doesn’t indicate the
shipment is destined for McConnell AFB or in the event the driver has requested an AA &E Safe Haven
Refuge.

7.7.2. AA&E Arrivals During Duty Hours.

7.7.2.1. MERC will notify the 22 ARW/CP and 184 ARW/TMO.

7.7.2.2. 184 ARW/TMO will meet the AA&E truck at the appropriate gate and validate the shipping
paperwork and inspect the truck.

7.7.2.3. 184 ARW/TMO will escort the truck to the munitions storage area (MSA) upon completion of
the inspection.

7.7.2.4. Munitions storage personnel will download the designated cargo upon arrival at the MSA.

7.7.2.5. 184 ARW/TMO will escort the truck off-base after the shipment has been received and secured
in the MSA.

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7.7.3.1. Security fForces patrol will escort the truck to Bomb Buildup 1 parking area and post appropriate
hazard symbols.

7.7.3.2. The MERC will notify the 22 ARW/CP and 22 CES/CEF.

7.8. Visitor Entry Procedures. The installation commander may extend visitor and vehicle privileges to
people, groups or organizations outside the Department of Defense and immediate MAFB community
who that routinely attend functions or conduct business on the installation. (Note: Any person desiring to
enter McConnell Air Force Base may be subject to a nNational crime information center (NCIC) check as
directed by the installation commander or Chief, Security Forces.)

7.8.1. Validated Distinguished Visitor (DV) or Guest Entry Procedures.

7.8.1.1. A book containing the lists of DVs and guests of McConnell who are authorized entry to the base
will be posted at the visitor center and each gate.

7.8.1.2. DVs and guest whose name appears on the list will be allowed entry without obtaining a pass
after their identification is verified by photo identification.

7.8.1.3. DVs will be given a pass by the Protocol office that identifyinges them as a DV. The passes
contain the person’s name and are numbered. The name and number must match the list provided by the
Protocol office. If any information is incorrect, entry will follow the procedures in paragraph 7.8.2.

7.8.2. Non-validated DV or Guest Entry Procedures. When personnel arrive at the gate requesting entry
as a distinguished visitor or guest and they are not on any of the posted lists, gate guards or visitor center
technicians will:

7.8.2.1. Explain to people their name does not appear on the list and the protocol office is being called to
check on their status.

7.8.2.2. Direct the vehicle operator to pull the vehicle to the side of the road in a position to avoid
impeding the traffic flow.

7.8.2.3. Contact the protocol office at 759-3110 or cell phone at 650-0505 to determine the person’s
status. The protocol office will verify whether the person is or is not recognized as a DV.

7.8.2.4. Allow entry if the protocol office verifies the person(s)’ DV status.

7.8.2.5. Explain the situation to the person if Protocol does not verify the DV or guest status. Direct the
person to the Visitor Center where he or she can personally contact the protocol office to clarify the
situation.

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7.8.3.1. DVs and guests of McConnell will validate their status on an annual basis.

7.8.3.2. DVs and guests of McConnell may only sponsor people in the vehicle with them at the time of
installation entry.

7.8.3.3. DVs and guests of McConnell must travel by the most direct route to and from the activity or
facility they have been authorized to visit or use.

7.8.3.4. DVs and guests of McConnell may be denied entry consistent with implementation of increased
security or FPCONs. The installation commander may waive this restriction on a case-by-case basis.

7.8.4. Federal Employees with SVS Club Membership.

7.8.4.1. Federal employees, both active and retired are authorized club membership for a specific period
not to exceed one year IAW AFI 34-262, Attachment 2, Table A2.2.

7.8.4.2. 22 SVS will provide 22 SFS/S-5BFOXI a current by-name list of federal employees that are club
members. These members will be issued a base pass for the duration of their membership, not to exceed
one year. The passes will only be issued to personnel on the list and will not be extended to friends or
family members. However, these personnel are authorized vouching privileges for guests. 22 SVS will
be responsible for providing an updated list any time there are any additions/deletions. Verbal updates
will only be accepted for deletions, and the lists will be updated within 24 hours.

7.8.5. Authorized Sponsors. Active duty and retired military personnel, their dependents 18 years of age
or over, full-time Reservists or National Guardsmen, or DoD/NAF civilian employees may sponsor
visitors onto the installation. (Note: Children under the age of 18, in possession of their own dependant
ID card and accompanied by a non-military or DoD associated parent or guardian may act as the sponsor
for that accompanying parent or guardian. The child must be with the parent or guardian at all times.)
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7.8.6. Preannouncement of Guests/Visitors. Sponsors will use I-Visitor Internet pass program to
preannounce visitors to MAFB. To use I-Visitor a sponsor must have a mcconnell.af.mil e-mail address.
All Dependents, Guardsman, Reservists and DoD/NAF employees may receive a username and password
from S-5BVFOXI. The sponsor must provide the following information to sponsor their guest using I-
Visitor. Note: If a sponsor does not have access to I-Visitor they need to go to the Visitor Center or       Formatted: Font: Not Bold
appropriate Gate sentry to get a pass and escort their visitor onto the installation. The sponsor using I-
Visitor during FPCON Bravo will to go to the Visitor Center after their party arrives to escort them onto
the installation. I-Visitor will not generate any passes during FPCON Charlie or Delta.

7.8.6.1. Visitor’s First Name                                                                                Formatted: Not Highlight


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7.8.6.5. Time of visit


7.8.6.6. Estimated time that the visitor will exit the installation.

7.8.7. Sponsor Responsibilities.

7.8.7.1. Ensure guest(s) have been sponsored onto the base and have obtained a visitor pass.

7.8.7.2. Ensure they are present with their guest(s) for the duration of their guest(s)’ visits after they have
arrived at the prescribed destination.

7.8.7.3. Sponsors are responsible for the conduct of their guest(s) at all times while they are on the
installation.

7.8.7.4. Ensure timely departure of their guest(s) upon expiration of their visitor pass.

7.8.8. Visitor Responsibilities. Visitors to MAFB must:

7.8.8.1. Provide appropriate identification at the time their visitor pass is issued.

7.8.8.2. Have the pass in their possession at all times.

7.8.8.3. Be able to provide their visitor pass and appropriate identification to sSecurity fForces personnel
at all times.

7.8.8.4. Comply with any rules, regulations, or laws, which govern conduct and activity while on the
installation.

7.8.8.5. Immediately depart the installation upon expiration of the visit.

7.9. Temporary Visitor and Special Event/Large Group Passes. Visitors to McConnell Air Force Base
will receive an AF FmForm 75, Visitor/Vehicle Pass, or computer generated pass or a Special Event/By
Name Large Group visitation pass used to monitor base visitation. These passes are issued to visitors and
guests not in possession of identification credentials described in paragraph 7.4.2.

7.9.1. Visitor Pass Requirements.

7.9.1.1. A maximum of five people may be individually sponsored via a visitor pass at any given time per
day.

7.9.1.2. Visitor passes to the enlisted dormitories will not exceed 12 hours in duration. Visitors under the
age of 18 will not receive a pass to the dormitories without the legal parent or guardian present.

7.9.1.3. Limit visitor passes to base facilities to the facilities’ established operating hours. Deny requests
for visitor passes to facilities that are closed.
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7.9.1.4. Visitor passes are issued for the duration of a visit not to exceed 24 hours. Requests for passes
exceeding 24 hours and up to ten days may be issued on a case-by-case basis at the Visitor Centers
Representative’s discretion. Requests for passes exceeding ten days must be submitted in writing to Pass
& Registration. These passes will be issued by the Visitor Center following Chief of Security Forces
approval. Incomplete applications or applications where all required information is not provided will be
denied.
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7.9.2. Special Event/Large “By Name” Group Visitation and extended passes. NOTE: Procedures for
submission of Special Event Passes is located in attachment 3.

7.9.2.1. Sponsor large groups (six or more people) onto MAFB by providing Pass & Registration a “by
name” visitor list using the format contained in attachment 3. Special event and large group visitation
must be submitted five three duty days prior to the event or visit. The fivethree day time line is needed     Formatted: Font: Bold
to conduct necessary checks on visitors; at least 20% of the visitors will have an NCIC check conducted.      Formatted: Font: Bold
If any questionable information comes of the NCIC check a 100% check will be completed. Any                   Formatted: Not Highlight
personnel containing negative information on the NCIC check will be denied entry. S-5BVFOXI will              Formatted: Not Highlight
contact the sponsor to notify them of the guest denial. Any list not meeting the fivethree- day limit may     Formatted: Not Highlight
be denied, and all visitors will then have to use standard installation entry procedures. This will
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drastically increase the time it takes to get all visitors/guests on the installation and to the event.

7.9.2.2. Sponsor letters should list, as a minimum:

7.9.2.2.1. Sponsoring person, organization, or activity and cell/emergency telephone numbers for the
point of contact (POC). (Note: Organizations or activities must have a specific POC.)

7.9.2.2.2. Name and location of event or activity.

7.9.2.2.3. Estimated arrival and departure times and date(s) of event or activity. The passes will be valid
for these times only.

7.9.2.2.4. List by last name, first name and middle initial in alphabetical order and include Social
Security Number (SSN), driver license number, state of issue and date of birth.                               Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.9.2.2.5. When submitting Special Event passes enough paper must be provided for the number of
vehicle passes you will need. A pre-event checklist can be picked up at the Visitor Center by the
individuals during the planning phase of your event.

7.9.2.2.6. All requests will be sent to 22 SFS/S-5BVFOXI for review. Requests must be hand carried,
along with sufficient paper to the Visitors Center Pass & Registration to verify sponsorship before the
event. Requests must be typed, word-processed or legibly handwritten and must include information
requested in previous paragraphs.

7.9.2.2.7. Visitor Center Supervisor or Pass and Registration NCOIC will authenticate visitor lists.

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7.9.2.2.8. Before the passes are made SFOXI will screen the list against the installations
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7.9.2.2.9. Security fForces will issue individual computer-generated special-event passes to guests as
they arrive at the gate. They will use the authenticated guest list and an official picture ID (driver’s
license or state identification card) to validate each person on the list.

7.9.2.2.10. S-5BVFOXI will determine the most expeditious method of processing guests within the
intent and purpose of this instruction.

7.9.2.2.11. The sponsoring agency or individual should have a representative at the respective installation
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7.10.1. Personnel wanting access to the installation for an extended period of time (more then ten days),
with or without a vehicle, not meeting the requirements outlined in this instruction, will require an
extended computer-generated personal/vehicle pass.                                                            Formatted: Not Highlight


7.10.2. Any person wanting to sponsor a person for an extended period of time onto the installation will      Formatted: Not Highlight
need to submit an McConnell AFB Pass Request to the visitor center.

7.10.3. Extended pass requests must be submitted at least five duty days prior to the visitor needing the     Formatted: Not Highlight
pass. The request must include the sponsors name, organization or address, rank, contact number, the
visitor’s name, SSN’s, date of birth, driver’s license and vehicle information (if driving).                  Formatted: Not Highlight


7.10.4. All extended pass requests will require a NCIC check. Any past criminal history will be reviewed      Formatted: Not Highlight
by S-5B. Any visitor who has any one of the disqualifying factors mentioned in paragraph 7.12.2. will be
denied access pending the CSF’s approval.

7.10.5. All extended pass requests will be checked against the barment roster. Access will be denied to       Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.10.6. All extended pass requests that have cleared the NCIC checks will be reviewed and it will then be     Formatted: Not Highlight
determined whether the pass is needed. Consider medical needs and age of sponsor and number of times          Formatted: Not Highlight
the visitor needs to enter the installation per week. Extended passes should not be issued to personnel
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needing to enter the installation less than three times per week.
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7.10.7. Request approval or disapproval of the pass and forward to the CSF for final approval.
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7.10.8. All approved extended passes will be delivered to the Visitor Center to be issued. Sponsors will      Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.110. Student Passes.

7.11.1. Currently there are four colleges housed at the education office: Webster University, Butler             Formatted: Not Highlight
Community College, Embry Riddle and Southwestern. The education office faxes a list of all non-                  Formatted: Not Highlight
military affiliated students to the Visitor Center.                                                              Formatted: Not Highlight


7.11.2. New or continuing students will receive a permanent photo identification card from the attending
school. The card will identify the school and semester as well as McConnell AFB as the class location
and a specific authentication back drop. Class attendance is limited to US citizens.

7.110.31. Prior to issue of the identification card, the education office will provide a list of applicants to   Formatted: Not Highlight
S-5BVFOXI. S-5BVFOXI will verify information, run all names through NCIC, and complete the form.
It will then be returned to the education center. Students granted base access will then be issued athe          Formatted: Not Highlight
photo identification identification card. Any past criminal history will be reviewed by a S-5BV. Any             Formatted: Not Highlight
student who has any one of the disqualifying factors mentioned in paragraph 7.12.2. will be denied access        Formatted: Not Highlight
pending the CSF approval. All students will be checked against the installation barment roster. Any
student listed on the barment roster will be denied access to the installation and the education center will
be notified.

7.110.42. After the identification card is issued, the student must go to the Visitor Center to obtain a
vehicle pass which is valid through the dates of the class. They will need proof of US citizenship (e.g.
birth certificate, passport, etc), a valid driver license, proof of insurance, valid vehicle registration and
class registration slip that shows dates, times and location of classes.

7.110.53. Base entry requires the school identification card, photo driver license and vehicle pass (if
operating a vehicle).

7.110.64. The 22d Mission Support Squadron Education Center (22 MSS/DPE) will provide the Visitor
Center a complete student list with the following information no later than the final add/drop date of the
applicable course:

7.110.64.1. Last name, first name and middle initial of enrolled students.

7.110.64.2. Written notice of registration dates and duration of the course.

7.110.64.3. A sample of the photo ID card for the course period.

7.110.75. 22 MSS/DPE will brief students on the rules of the road and requirements unique to the
installation.

7.110.86. Students may only use base facilities directly supporting the course they are attending.

7.110.97. Security fForces entry controllers or visitor center technicians may not issue a temporary pass
to students who missed the initial registration. The student needs to enroll and have everything needed
according to paragraph 7.11.0. before entry is allowed.


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7.121. Contractor/Vendor Entry. Contractors and vendors requiring access to McConnell Air Force Base
(MAFB) will be issued either a contractor identification badge or AF FmForm 75 Visitor/Vehicle Pass or
computer generated pass from the 22d Security Forces Squadron, Contractor/Vendor Badge Issuance
Office located at the West Commercial Search Facility. Contractors must maintain current personal
identification such as a driver's license or company ID card on them while they are on MAFB. At a
minimum, this ID should include a picture, physical description of the individual, date of birth, a
signature and expiration date.


7.12.1. All contractors will require a NCIC check. Note: Contractors requiring access to the flight line       Formatted: Not Highlight
maintenance compound will require an Interstate Identification Index check (III).                              Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.12.2. Any past criminal history will be reviewed by S-5BV. Criminal background history checks are            Formatted: Not Highlight
considered unfavorable if they contain any disqualifiers including, but not limited to, the following seven    Formatted: Not Highlight
disqualifiers. Contractor can be denied access under the following conditions:
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7.12.2.1. U.S. citizenship, immigration status or Social Security Number cannot be verified.                   Formatted: Space After: 0 pt
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7.12.2.2. Barred from entry/access to any military installation or facility.
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7.12.2.3. Wanted by federal or civil law enforcement authorities, regardless of offense or violation.          Formatted: Not Highlight


7.12.2.4. Conviction of firearms or explosives violation within the past three years.                          Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.12.2.5. Incarcerated for 12 months or longer within the past three years, regardless of offense or           Formatted: Not Highlight
violation.                                                                                                     Formatted: Not Highlight

7.12.2.6. Conviction of espionage, sabotage, treason or terrorism, murder, sexual assault, armed               Formatted: Not Highlight
assault/robbery, rape, child molestation, drug possession with intent to sell, or drug distribution.

7.12.2.7. Name appears on any federal agency’s “watch list” or “hit list” for criminal behavior or terrorist   Formatted: Not Highlight
activity.

7.12.3. Check all contractors against the barment roster. Deny access to any contractor who is on the          Formatted: Not Highlight
barment roster and notify the base sponsor of the denial.

7.121.41. All personnel issued contractor/vendeor badges must display their badge(s) on the front of their
outermost garment, on the upper torso, while working on MAFB. The badge allows movement to and
from work sites only. The badge does not authorize entry/access to restricted areas. Contractors/vendors
who need access into a restricted area must be escorted IAW AFI 31-101, The Air Force Installation
Security Program.


7.121.52. Installation units or agencies requesting access for contractors or vendoers (i.e.e.g. 22d
Contracting Squadron, AAFES, DeCA, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, etc.) for more than three days (not
in succession) will submit a McConnell FmForm 114, Contractor/Vendor Access List, to S-5BFOXI via

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e-mail. Contractors working three days or less will be issued an AF FmForm 75 and will not require the
submission of a McConnell FmForm 114.


7.121.52.1. Personnel authorized to sign as sponsors on McConnell FmForm 114’s will be designated in          Formatted: Not Highlight
writing by the sponsoring unit commander.                                                                     Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.121.52.2. The sponsoring agency will supply the contractor/vendor with blank McConnell FmForm’s
114.

7.121.52.3. The contractor or vendor may complete the McConnell FmForm 114 but S-5BVFOXI will
only accept completed forms from the sponsoring agency.

7.121.52.4. Contractors or vendors who complete their own McConnell FmForm 114 will provide two
copies to the sponsoring agency.

7.121.5.2.5.3 Contractors who are non-US citizens must also submit an INS Form I-9 with all of the
original supporting documents.

7.11.2.4. The sponsoring agency will supply the contractor/vendor with blank McConnell Fm’s 114.

7.11.2.5. The contractor or vendor who completes their own McConnell Fm 114 will provide two copies
to the sponsoring agency.

7.121.63. The contracting office or contract administrator will verify the information and then hand carry    Formatted: Not Highlight
the McConnell FmForm 114 to the Contractor/Vendor Badge Issuance Office at the West Commercial                Formatted: Not Highlight
Search Facility or send the McConnell FmForm 114 to the appropriate 22 SFS/SFOS-5BXI e-mail                   Formatted: Not Highlight
account. The e-mail must be digitally signedent by a member that is authorized to sign McConnell Form         Formatted: Not Highlight
114. S-5BFOXI will issue AF Forms 75, Visitor/ Vehicle Passes, and/or Contractor Badges, at the               Formatted: Not Highlight
Contractor/Vendor Badge Issuance Office, Building 61, once the McConnell FmForm 114 and
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appropriate background checks are completed. SF members will attend preconstruction briefings and
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conduct a security briefing to the primary contractors and issue copies of the Contractor and Vendor
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7.121.74. Badges and passes will not be issued to personnel waiting for McConnell FmForm’s 114 to be          Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.121.85. Retired military members or dependents of an active duty military member who are also
contractors may use their vehicles DD Form 2220 instead of obtaining an AF Form 75, Visitor/Vehicle
Pass. These personnel are still required to get Aa contractor badge will still be required and the
requirements of paragraph 13.4.3. of this instruction will still apply to vehicles entering the maintenance
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7.121.96. The contract foreman and the contract administrator are jointly responsible for ensuring that all
contractor badges and other forms of identification issued by MAFB are returned after completion of the
contract. Paper work may be returned in person or by mail to 22 SFS/S-5BFOXI, 53403 Kansas St,
McConnell AFB, KS 67221-3716.

7.121.107. Lost contractor badges. When a contractor badge is lost, the sponsoring agency will provide        Formatted: Not Highlight
the 22d SFS/S-5BFOXI a letter signed by the contractor employee, outlining: the circumstances                 Formatted: Not Highlight
surrounding the lost badge, attempts made to find the badge and certifying a briefing on accountability.      Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.121.118. Contractor/vendor badges are issued in three colors; red, green, and yellow. Color privileges
are defined below:

7.121.118.1. Red Badges (Basic Contractor/Vendor Badge):: A red badge authorizes

7.121.118..1.1. tThe holder is granted unescorted entry onto the installation to proceed directly to their
worksite.

7.121.118.1.2. Contractors/vendors are restricted from entry into the Flight line Maintenance Complex
(FMC) unless escorted by military or DoD civilian employee authorized entry into the area. Note:

7.121.118.1.3. The bearer has NO authority to escort or vouch/sign individuals on base.                       Formatted: Font: Not Bold
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7.121.128.2.1.   The holder is A green badge authorizeds the holder unescorted entry onto the installation.

7.121.128.2.2. They are may not enterrestricted from entry to the FMC unless escorted by military or
DoD civilian employee.

7.121.128.2.3. The bearer is allowed to escort contractors/vendors (not visitors) onto the installation to
proceed directly to their work sites which must be outside of the FMC. Note: Phone and iVisitor
vouching are not authorized. The green badge also gives the holder the privilege to escort, delivery
vehicles, inspectors, etc., onto the installation for the purpose of going to a specific job outside of the
FMC.

 7.121.128.2.4. Contractors identified as working inside the FMC will need to be escorted by a military
or DoD civilian employee authorized entry into the area. Note: The bearer is allowed to escort sub-
contractors to work sites outside of the FMC and has NO authority to vouch/sign individuals on base.

7.121.138.3. Yellow Badges (FMC Contractor/Vendor Entry):

7.121.138.3.1. The holder is authorizedWill be issued to personnel who unescorted entry onto the
installation and authority to work within the FMC.
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7.121.138.3.2. This badge also authorizes the holder unescorted entry onto the installation. Some
yellow badge holders may also be issued a green badge. In those circumstances, the green badge holder
can only escort the person to the FMC fence. The individual(s) must be escorted to the job site by a
military or DoD civilian employee authorized entry into said area.

7.121.138.3.3. The yellow badge does not grant unescorted entry into the restricted areas. All contractors
will be escorted into the restricted areas IAW AFI 31-101, The Air Force Installation Security Program
(as supplemented), and this instruction.


7.121.138.3.4. The yellow badge does not grant escort authority to any area and may not be used to           Formatted: Font: Bold
escort any individuals onto the installation.

 7.121.1438.543.1. All badge requests will be subject to a criminal background check. In addition, all
contractors authorized yellow badges will be fingerprinted before issuance of the badge.

7.121.1538.653.2. MAFB has exclusive rights to deny entry based upon results of this investigation
and/or the refusal of taking fingerprints.

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                                                                                                                 Comment [k5]: How can they come in through
                                                                                                                 Gate 2 when it is not open 24/7?
7.121.169.2. All Contract/Oversized Vehicles will be searched every time they enter the base.
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elected by the search team or higher authority may still occur).
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7.121.169.3.3. Flashlights, mirrors and visual searches.                                                         Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.132.1. The Mission Essential Contractor Access allows access to services considered mission essential          Formatted: Not Highlight
to operations of the 22d Air Refueling Wing during crises situations such as higher FPCONs of Charlie
and Delta. The list of contractor services allowed access and the process of adding and deleting
contractors from the list are contained in attachment 6 of this document.                                        Comment [k6]: This letter on your attachment is
                                                                                                                 coming up on 4 years old…signed by Colonel
                                                                                                                 Johnson, two wing commanders ago…recommend
7.132.2. The predetermination of mission-essential services does not eliminate the probability that certain      you pull the process and procedures off that letter
                                                                                                                 into this instruction and then maintain the letter
contractors services will still need to be escorted onto the installation to fulfill contractual requirements.   simply as an approved list of mission essential
                                                                                                                 contractors.
7.143. Civil Air Patrol (CAP). McConnell AFB hosts a Civil Air Patrol Auxiliary Unit. Members of the             There should be a process to review and validate that
composite squadron and their escorts (for members under the age of 18) are granted access to the                 list on an annual basis at the very least.
installation as follows:                                                                                         Formatted: Not Highlight


7.143.1. The Civil Air Patrol liaison will provide a letter listing members of the local CAP squadron to
S-5BFOXI. (Deletions may be telephoned, e-mailed, or faxed, but additions will require a new letter.) S-
5BFOXIV will authenticate and post the letter at the Visitor Center.

7.143.2. Civil Air Patrol members listed on the letter and possessing the CAP FmForm 19, Civil Air
Patrol Identification Card, may be allowed entry to the installation for meetings and other official Civil
Air Patrol functions only. (Note: A vehicle pass may be required IAW chapter 7.5, this instruction.)


7.143.3. Civil Air Patrol members not on the letter must be sponsored as a guest IAW this instruction.
Contact the CAP liaison officer for sponsorship of any CAP member or recruit not listed on the squadron
roster.

7.142.4. Parents/legal guardians of CAP members may be allowed entry to the base to transport the CAP
member to and from official meetings or functions only. They must be listed on the squadron letter and a
vehicle pass will be required IAW this instruction.


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7.143.5. CAP members at least 16 years of age, listed on a current squadron roster, and in possession of
the CAP FmForm 19, may only to vouch on an escort other thanvouch on their parent/legal guardian for
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directly to or from an official CAP meeting or function. Use thise squadron rosterletter to issue passes to
all Civil Air
Patrol personnel with or without a CAP FmForm 19. (CAP members do not have guest vouching
privileges but parents/legal guardians may enter the installation to drop off and pick up CAP members for
functions.)

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7.154.1. Sponsors. Military members are ultimately responsible for the conduct and behavior of all              Formatted: Not Highlight
family members, guests or visitors who they sponsor on the installation.

7.154.2. Minor Family Members. Minor family members, will not be allowed to:                                    Formatted: Not Highlight


7.154.2.1. Loiter or play in any street or thoroughfare.                                                        Formatted: Not Highlight


7.154.2.2. Loiter or play around dormitories, storage, maintenance, construction or flight line areas.          Formatted: Not Highlight


7.154.2.3. Enter any enlisted or visiting officer’s dormitories unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.     Formatted: Not Highlight
NOTE: Underage siblings need to get permission from the on-duty flight chief before entering enlisted
dormitories.

7.154.2.4. Enter the Air Capital Inn or other transient billeting facility unless their sponsor is housed       Formatted: Not Highlight
there or a parent or guardian accompanies them.

7.154.2.5. Cause a general nuisance or disturbance.                                                             Formatted: Not Highlight


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7.165. Minor Family Members Under 10 Years of Age. Family members or guests under 10 years of age               Formatted: Not Highlight
must be closely supervised at all times. Parents, guardians or sponsors of family members or guests under
10 years of age shall ensure their children or guests are not allowed to attend or participate in any base
function unescorted by an adult.

7.15.1. Parents or guardians will not be relieved from punitive action under child neglect laws if a child is
found capable of caring for him or herself.

7.165.21. Eligible children 10 years of age and older must be in possession of their DD Forms 1173,             Formatted: Not Highlight
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7.16. 2. Youth Supervision Guideline Matrix. Youth supervision is based on the minimum age of the               Formatted: Not Highlight
child’s ability to demonstrate age-appropriate behavior. Children who do not consistently demonstrate
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7.17.1. Curfew Hours. See Figure 7.17.1. for curfew hours of family members and guests less than 18
years.




McConnell Air Force Base Curfew Hours                                                                      Formatted: Border: Left: (Single solid line,
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Sunday through Thursday                               2300 – 0600                                          Formatted: Border: Left: (Single solid line,
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Friday and Saturday                                   2400 – 0600                                          Formatted: Border: Left: (Single solid line,
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Any day preceding a recognized U.S holiday            2400 – 0600
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Figure 7.17.1. Base Curfew Hours.                                                                          Auto, 0.5 pt Line width)
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7.17.2. Curfew Exceptions. The following exceptions are provided for installation curfew hours:

7.17.3. Minor family members accompanied by a parent, guardian or attending a sanctioned installation
or school event.


7.17.4. Minor family members entering the housing area from off-base employment or activity and
proceeding directly to their residence.

7.17.5. Newspaper carriers under 18 years of age making early morning deliveries.

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statement will include the following:                                                                      Formatted: Font: Bold
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8.1.1. 22 CONS will notify the 22 SFS/22 S-3SRFOSS of any and all new contracts on base.
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8.1.2. The Project Manager will insure that 22 S-3SRFOSS receives a copy of the design plan.

8.1.3. 22 S-3SRFOSS will review the design plan for any and all discrepancies to physical security as
well as any violations of base and AT aspects.

8.1.4. 22 CONS will establish the pre-design meeting: 22 SFS/S-3SRFOSS will attend. This meeting is        Formatted: Not Highlight
held to review base policy and for the 22 SFS to deliver expectations to the contractor. During these      Formatted: Not Highlight
meetings S-3SR will identify physical security shortfalls and any base and AT standards that may have
been overlooked.

8.1.5. Following the pre-design meeting there will be approximately six more meetings that 22 S-
3SRFOSS must attend. During these meetings 22 S-3SRFOSS will identify physical security shortfalls
and any base and AT standards that may have been overlooked.
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8.1.56. All contract and construction projects must also be routed through the Wing AT Office.

Chapter 9. – Installation Entry Point Checks/FPCON Vehicle Search.




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9.1. Installation Entry Point Checks (IEPC) Defined. Installation entry point checks are randomly
scheduled examinations of vehicles and their contents. They are based on the installation commander’s
inherent authority to protect government property and provide security for the installation.

9.2. Authority to Conduct IEPC’s.

9.2.1. The 22 ARW/CC determines when, where and how to implement IEPC’s. This instruction
delegates this authority has been delegated tto the 22 MSG/CC. identified by appropriate appointment
letter.

9.2.2. Security fForces personnel conduct examinations under this authority and are acting as sentinels
safeguarding the installation and protecting mission-essential assets.

9.3. Implementing and Conducting IEPC’s.

9.3.1. 22 MSG/CCMilitary magistrates will provide 22 SFS/S-53FO a quarterly schedule of installation
entry point checks at least one month prior to the next quarter. These schedules will identify:

9.3.1.1. Date and time of the checks.

9.3.1.2. Location where the checks are to be conducted.

9.3.1.3. The formula, or number of vehicles to be checked.

9.3.2. 22 SFS/S-53FO will distribute approved IEPC letters to the 22 SFS Fflight cChiefs.

9.3.3. F22 SFS/S-3FO flight cChiefs will ensure:

9.3.3.1. Appropriate sSecurity fForces personnel are detailed to conduct the checks. (Note: Explosives
and drug detector dog teams should be used when available.)

9.3.3.1.1. High-tech screening devices such as the GE Ion Track Itemizer 3 may will: b

9.3.3.1.2 Be utilized during checks in accordance with local procedures established by 22 SFS/S-3FO.
(NoteOTE: guidelines and implementation are found in SFOI 31-4 for the Itemizer.)

9.3.3.1.2.3 The 22 SFS will maintain and supply all high-tech screening devices.

9.3.3.2. The checks are initiated on time and continue until five vehicles are examined or 30 minutes have
elapsed.

9.3.3.3. All examinations are properly documented in the sSecurity fForces blotter.

9.3.3.4. Appropriate actions are taken for refusals to consent to the examinations, or discovery of
government property, classified information or contraband.
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9.3.3.5. The Flight Chiefs have the authority to cancel Iinstallation entry point checks are canceled only
during severe weather conditions or because of mission priorities.

9.3.4. Security fForces personnel conducting IEPC’s will:

9.3.4.1. Provide the vehicle owner/operator with a copy of the military magistrate’s letter outlining the
purpose of the IEPC upon initial contact.

9.3.4.2. Brief the vehicle owner/operator the checks are conducted by direction of the installation
commander.

9.3.4.3. Request the vehicle owner/operator’s permission to complete the check.

9.3.4.4. Complete the check in accordance with local procedures established by 22 SFS/S-3FO.

9.3.4.5. If classified material is present, ensure the courier is in possession of a DD FmForm 2501,
Authorization Letter and an exemption notice is prominently affixed to the container. Each form and
letter must have the authorizing official’s original signature. Retrieve the classified documents, contact
AFOSI and detain the courier if any of the signatures are missing. Provide all material, personnel, and
statements to the AFOSI. Brief the courier on transitory storage facilities IAW MAFBI 31-401 if all
required signatures and items are present.

9.3.4.6. If government property is found, the driver should have an AF Form 1297, Temporary Issue
Receipt. If the driver does not have an AF Form 1297, sSecurity fForces will detain the driver and
contact the individual’s unit to verify the authority to remove the property.

9.4. Refusal of Installation Entry Point Checks. Refusal to allow an installation entry point check to be
conducted could result in loss of base driving privileges, revocation of installation vehicle registration,
barment from the installation and other administrative or punitive actions deemed appropriate.

9.4.1. Inbound Installation Entry Point Checks.

9.4.1.1. Military personnel and their family members.

9.4.1.1.1. Inform military members who refuse to allow an entry point check their refusal to permit the
examination constitutes a failure to obey a lawful order. Continued refusal should result in apprehension
of the military member and subsequent search of the vehicle IAW IEPC authorization letter.incident to the
apprehension.

9.4.1.1.2. Detain family members of military personnel who refuse to allow the entry point check and
contact the military sponsor. Inform the military member their refusal to allow an examination constitutes
disobeying a lawful order. Continued refusal could result in apprehension and subsequent search of the
vehicle. (Note: Family members of military personnel from outside the local Wichita area, assigned
outside the continental United States (CONUS) either TDY or permanent change of station (PCS) or with
no direct affiliation with McConnell Air Force Base shall be treated as civilians.
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9.4.1.2.1. Civilian personnel visiting MAFB will be denied access and informed their refusal may result
in permanent barment from the installation. Security fForces personnel will complete an incident report.

9.4.1.2.2. Civilian employees and contractors will surrender vehicle registration credentials. Vehicle
owners/operators will remove decals at the time of the incident. Security fForces personnel conducting
the checks will seize any AF FmForm’s 75 or contractor credentials issued by 22 SFS/S-5BFOXI. An
incident report will be completed and the civilian employee is subject to barment from the installation or
loss of base driving privileges.

9.4.2. Outbound IEPC. Vehicle operators departing the installation may not refuse to allow a check from
being conducted. If a vehicle operator refuses to allow the check to occur:

9.4.2.1. Occupants will be asked to exit the vehicle and open all compartments and personal items by
order of the installation commander.

9.4.2.2. Initiate a conference call between the Military Magistrate, Judge Advocate and the law
enforcement officer conducting the checks when a person continues to refuse an outbound IEPC to be
conducted. Explain observations that establish probable cause to complete the check to prevent loss of
property or discovery of contraband.

9.4.2.3. 22 ARW/CC or designee (military magistrate) determines action necessary to protect government
property and personnel and prevent unauthorized removal of classified material. Actions can also
include:

The military magistrate must also decide if:

9.4.2.33.1. Decide if Rreasonable force mayshould be used to open and examine the vehicle and its
contents.

9.4.2.33.2. Determine if Bbase registration should be removed and confiscated by sSecurity fForces
personnel.

9.4.2.33.3. Decide if Aa preliminary Suspension of Driving Privileges letter will be issued upon
22 MMSG/CC approval.

9.4.2.3.4. 9.4.2.3.4. Release the owner/operator and vehicle. Complete an incident report for action as      Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
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9.5. FPCON Vehicle Search Procedures: During higher force protection conditions vehicle searches will
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Chapter 110. – Utilization of High Tech Screening Devices.                                                   Formatted: Font: Bold
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10.1.1. The system will be used at the direction of the on-duty flight sergeant or higher primarily to
search vehicles for explosive substances or devices or narcotics in the absence of a MWD.

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10.1.3. The system will primarily be used at Gate 2 . It can also can be used to support Random
Antiterrorism Measures (RAM’s) and IEPC. The GE Ion Track Itemizer 3 or other Electronic Detection
Device maywill be used every time wwhen checking Oversized/Contract vehicles, when Military            Formatted: Not Highlight
Working Dogs are not present. It can also, can be used in conjunction with the MWD.                    Formatted: Not Highlight
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                                                                                                       Comment [k7]: Why does a flight sergerant or
                                                                                                       above have to approve the routine use of a piece of
                                                                                                       detection equipment? Are you implying that if I go
Chapter 11. – Installation Barment.                                                                    out there any day of the week, a flight sergeant or
                                                                                                       higher authority has given permission t o operate the
                                                                                                       equipment?
11.1. Authority. The installation commander may deny access to the installation through the use of a
                                                                                                       Comment [k8R7]: Can I get a copy of OI 31-4?
barment system under the authority of Section 21, Internal Security Act of 1950 (50 USC 797).

11.2. Administrative Process. The installation commander may direct barment action be taken for
incidents involving conduct detrimental to the security of resources or good order and discipline.

11.2.1. Periods of Barment. Refer to Table 11.1. for recommended barment periods. The installation
commander may choose any other greater period of barment, up to and including indefinite barment,
based upon recommendations from the sSecurity fForces and Staff Judge Advocate.




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*Table 11.1., Recommended Barment Periods
              Basis for Installation Barment                               Period of Barment
                                                               First Offense        Second Offense
Misdemeanor convictions or offenses that would affect the
morale or discipline of personnel living or working on the        1 Year               Indefinite
installation
(Examples: Soliciting, public nuisances, affrays, failure to
obey guards, shoplifting, etc.)
Felony Convictions or any criminal activity punishable
under Federal law or Kansas Statutes Annotated (KSA)            7 Years –              Indefinite
                                                                Indefinite
(Examples: Deliberate damage to property, assault, larceny,
Driving Under the Influence (DUI), drug related offenses,
etc.)

11.2.2. Issue of Barment Letters.

11.2.2.1. The installation commander or judge advocate’s office may initiate barment action based solely
on an entry in the sSecurity fForces blotter. 22 SFS/S-5RSFAR must receive a copy of the barment letter
from the initiating authority to mail and file.

11.2.2.2. The CSF, through 22 SFS/S-5RSFAR, may recommend barment action be taken against any
person based on a singular, documented incident (or history of documented incidents) considered
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11.2.2.3. Installation patrolmen may request barment action when an individual is detained or
apprehended for a crime that is considered to be disruptive to the general good order and conduct of the
military. Installation patrols should use the following process:

11.2.2.3.1. Brief their chain of command up to the 22 SFS/CC.

11.2.2.3.2. Gather all notes, evidence and information necessary to articulate probable cause and legal
sufficiency to the Staff Judge Advocate.

11.2.2.3.3. Contact and brief the Judge Advocate duty officer on the incident. The Judge Advocate duty
officer will determine if there is sufficient cause to bar the individual from the installation.

11.2.2.3.4. Initiate a conference call between the Judge Advocate duty officer, the installation
commander and the installation patrolman (if the Judge Advocate duty officer determined there was
sufficient cause to bar the individual from base).

11.2.2.3.5. Brief the installation commander on all particulars of the incident. The Judge Advocate duty
officer will provide their legal opinion.

11.2.2.3.6. With installation commander approval, issue the barment letter in two copies. The individual
being barred and a witness must sign both copies of the letter. Give the person being barred the original
copy and retain the second copy to submit with the incident report.

11.2.3. 22 SFS/S-5RSFAR will process incident reports and reports of investigation (ROI) received on
civilians, military dependents and retired military personnel as requested by the installation commander or
the CSF, in accordance with squadron operating procedures.

11.2.4. 22 SFS/S-5RSFAR will forward reports to 22 ARW/JA for review and recommendations. Upon
completion of their review, the judge advocate determines actions to be taken and if needed modifies
appropriate notices or barment orders to be served to the offender(s). The judge advocate obtains required
signatures and returns the package to 22 SFS/S-5RSFAR for processing.

11.2.5. 22 SFS/S-5FAR will:

11.2.5.1. Establish and maintain an appropriate folder for each person barred from the installation.

11.2.5.2. Issue appropriate notices or barment order in person or by registered mail.

11.2.5.3. Maintain a roster of all people barred from the installation.

11.2.6. Route any requests to rescind or modify the barment order to 22 ARW/JA, 53285 Pratt Court,
Suite 109, McConnell AFB, Kansas 67221-3716.

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11.3.1. 22 SFS/S-5RSFAR will control this roster For Official Use Only (FOUO).


11.3.2. 22 SFS/S-5RSFAR will maintain the original and e-mail one copy to: 22 LRS/LGRVO, 184
ARW, AAFES, 22 MSS/DPE, 22 SFS/S-3FO and S-5BFOXI.

11.3.3. 22 SFS/S-5R SFAR will provide timely updates to the roster. Re-accomplish and re-produce the
roster on a monthly basis, as a minimum or as needed based on number of additions or deletions received.

Chapter 112. – Control of Privately Owned Weapons.

12.1. Privately Owned Firearms, Weapons and Ammunition. Privately owned firearms, weapons and
ammunition are not fully defined or categorized in Air Force instructions. McConnell AFB defines a
firearm as a weapon that expels a projectile through some type of explosive process, i.e.e.g., shotguns,
rifle, handgun, starter pistol, etc. Non-firearm weapons are defined as Category “A”, “B” or “C”
weapons.

12.1.1. Category “A” Weapons. Category “A” weapons are instruments capable of propelling a
projectile by compressed air, gasses, springs or other mechanical or physical means. Category “A”
weapons include, but are not limited to BB, pellet or paintball guns; bows, crossbows, underwater spear
guns, hunting sling shots and blow guns.

12.1.2. Category “B” Weapons. Category “B” weapons are instruments normally wielded by physical
effort that are capable of killing or maiming such as knives with blades in excess of 4 inches, swords,
throwing spears and nunchakus (fighting sticks).

12.1.3. Category “C” Weapons. Category “C” weapons include explosive material, including, but not
limited to, ammunition, blasting caps, gunpowder, firecrackers, flares (except road flares) or any similar
items, to include any combustible or explosive composition, or any substance or combination of
substances or article prepared for the purpose of producing a visible or an audible effect by combustion,
explosion, deflagration or detonation.

12.2. Prohibited Weapons.

12.2.1. Prohibited weapons and firearms are illegal to possess, sell or offer to sell in the state of Kansas
and subsequently prohibited on MAFB. Firearms legally purchased and registered are not prohibited, but
must be properly stored and registered with sSecurity fForces in accordance with this instruction.

12.2.2. Prohibited Category “A” weapons include firearms are automatic firearms, shotguns with a barrel
length of less than 18 inches or an overall length less than 24 inches and silencers or muffling devices
unless properly registered and licensed with the appropriate federal law enforcement agency.

12.2.3. Prohibited Category “B” weapons include Chinese throwing stars, blackjacks, metal knuckles,
combination knuckles and knife, switchblade knives and knifes with a spring or gravity-released blade.

12.2.4. Prohibited Category “C” weapons include nitroglycerin, dynamite, blasting caps or any other
dangerous explosives to include fireworks/pyrotechnics. The installation commander, for special events,
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12.2.5. Category A, B and C weapons are strictly forbidden in unattended vehicles, workshop
environments and commercial facilities such as the Base Exchange, Shoppette, dormitories etc. Weapons
are considered unattended if no one in the vehicle is at least 18 years of age.
12.2.6. Personnel who have received state issued concealed weapons permits are not allowed to carry
their weapons concealed on the installation. The weapon must be stored and transported IAW section
12.6 of this instruction.

12.3. Unit Commander Responsibilities.

12.3.1. Unit commanders will provide or make arrangements for residents of the Noncommissioned
Officer /(NCO)/airman dormitories, Visiting Officer Quarters (VOQ) and Temporary Lodging Facility
(TLF) to store Category A and B weapons in a metal container with sufficient size to hold and secure
those items with a combination or key-activated padlock.

12.3.1.1. Locks must meet minimum specifications of padlocks, P-43951 and P-43607.

12.3.1.2. The unit commander must ensure only designated personnel have access to stored weapons.

12.3.1.3. The unit commander must contact 22 ARW Explosive Safety and 22 SFS/S-3FOSR to obtain
written approval to store Category C weapons.

12.3.2. Commanders must decide on the continual access to, or possession of, privately owned firearms
for personnel residing on base or military family housing. Deny access to, or possession of firearms, to
any individual involved in any incident that may indicate possible threat to themselves or others. If
commanders deem this necessary, they must contact 22 ARW/JA before authorizing removal of weapons
from the quarters.

12.3.2.1. Remove firearms stored in base housing and transport to the 22 SFS Armory after coordination.

12.3.2.2. Firearms will not be released back to the owner without written permission from the unit
commander.

12.3.2.3. First make verbal notification to the 22 SFS to deny issue, and follow up within 48 hours with
written notice if the owner’s firearms are already stored in the Armory.

12.3.2.4. The commander will re-evaluate each case every 6 months. The armory will be notified of the
intent for continual storage.

12.4. Receipt of Privately Owned Weapons and Firearms.

12.4.1. Individuals residing in NCO/airman dormitories, VOQ, and Temporary Lodging Facility (TLF)
will store their firearms in the 22 SFS armory. Register all firearms with the 22 SFS armory immediately
upon arrival on station.


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inform personnel of this requirement. Unit In-processing checklists will list this as a First Duty Day
Completion Item.




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12.4.3. The owner’s unit will initiate AF FmForm 1314, Firearms Registration, during duty hours. Place
"McConnell" in the "To:" block and "22 SFS/CC" in the "ATTN:" block. Place the owner’s address in
the Authorization Section of the form if the unit commander authorizes the owner to retain firearms in
base housing.

12.4.3.1. The firearm owner will take the completed AF FmForm 1314 to 22 SFS/S-3FOSR.

12.4.3.2. The housing office will maintain the original copy (stamped with SF badge) and S-3FOSR will
maintain a second copy. The housing office will verify the owner’s copy is stamped prior to issue of
residence keys.

12.4.3.3. The weapon owner will contact S-3FOSR upon PCS, retirement or termination of base housing,
to verify permanent removal of the weapon(s) from sSecurity fForces records.

12.4.4. All firearms registered on MAFB will be checked through the Air Force Law Enforcement
Terminal System (AFLETS).

12.5. Use and Removal of Privately Owned Weapons from Storage.

12.5.1. Take privately owned firearms (POF) removed from the SFS armory directly from the armory off
base. Upon the return to base, the weapons will be taken directly to the armory. Note: The sSecurity            Formatted: Font: Not Bold
fForces armory will store limited quantities of personally owned ammunition for privately owned
firearms.

12.5.2. To remove privately owned firearms from the 22 SFS armory for temporary use:

12.5.2.1. Present your copy of the AF FmForm 1314 and appropriate US Armed Forces Identification
Card to the on-duty armorer.

12.5.2.2. The armorer will issue the firearm to the requester after identifying the individual requesting the
firearm. Weapon owners should examine the firearm and notify the armorer of any damage to the weapon
while under the control of the armory.

12.5.2.3. Determine jointly with the armorer the suspense for the return of the firearm at the time of
withdrawal. This period will not normally exceed 72 hours without a letter from the first sergeant,
commander or valid leave form. Address the letter to 22 SFS Armory Noncommissioned Officer in
Charge (NCOIC). If the owner exceeds the 72 hours without coordination, the 22 SFS Armory NCOIC,
will contact the owner’s first sergeant (CCF).

12.5.2.4. A letter is required from the commander or first sergeant when the weapon is removed
permanently from the armory for whatever reason (movinge off base, PCS, or discharge, etc.).

12.5.3. 22 SFS/S-3FOSR maintains letters pertaining to registration, use and control of privately owned
firearms. These letters will be distributed to all personnel through sponsor packages. The Military
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12.5.4. Military and civilian personnel may bring their privately owned firearms on the installation for
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facility except in the performance of official duties.


12.5.5. Personnel will not carry firearms on the installation unless authorized by the installation
commander. On-duty civilian law enforcement officers, in the performance of official duties, are
excluded. (Transport the firearms unloaded and cased). Personnel transporting firearms in their vehicle
will not leave the vehicle unattended under any circumstances.

12.5.6. Firearms legally purchased and properly registered in accordance with State or Federal law and
Category “A” weapons may be stored and retained in base housing. Firearms should be stored in such a
manner to prevent accidental discharge, i.e.e.g., in an unloaded configuration. If possible, store firearms
locked in a container separate from ammunition. A locking device, preventing the action of the firearm
from operating, is strongly encouraged.


12.5.7. Category “B” weapons are authorized only when the equipment is part of the bearers lawful
"tools of the trade" such as craftsmen, sportsmen, electricians, carpenters, etc.

12.5.8. Category “C” weapons are limited to ammunition and reloading material. Storage of reloading
material is limited to five pounds of black powder, ten pounds of smokeless powder and 1,000 primers.
When this type of material is stored in base housing, the individual must notify the base Fire Department
(22 CES/CEF) in writing. For additional information concerning this subject contact the 22 CES/CEF.

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Chapter 13. – Obtaining Restricted Area Entry Authorization (Restricted Area Badges).

13.1. Restricted Area Entry Authorization.

13.1.1. Specific written permission from the installation commander is required for entry into any
restricted area.

13.1.2. An appropriately coded AF FmForm 1199, 1199A, 1199B, 1199C, or 1199CG, USAF Restricted
Area Badges (RAB), serves as written permission. Note: The only controlled area identified on the             Formatted: Font: Not Bold
McConnell AFB restricted area badge is the Non-Nuclear Munitions Storage Area.

13.1.3. A properly coded restricted area badge supported by a Master Restricted Area Badge Listing
(MRABL) serves as written permission and authorizes entry authority for the Wing Command Post
(WCP) and PL 2 or PL 3 restricted areas.
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13.1.4. Local anti-counterfeiting techniques are developed by 22 SFS/S-5BVFOXI and distributed on a
“need to know” basis.


13.2. Granting Unescorted Entry for Restricted Areas. Grant unescorted entry to personnel whose day-
to-day duties require entry into a restricted area. Escort other personnel into a restricted area on an “as
required” basis.




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Unescorted entry will not be granted solely to avoid the inconvenience of having to escort personnel.



13.2.1. Obtaining Unescorted Entry Authorization. Unescorted entry requests are made on AF FmForm
2586, Unescorted Entry Authorization Certificate. The original AF FmForm 2586 will be maintained at
the unit of the bearer of the badge. The following organizations may initiate an AF FmForm 2586 to have
an AF FmForm 1199 issued to an individual assigned to their organization.

13.2.1.1. 22 ARW/CP

13.2.1.2. 22 CPTF

13.2.1.3. 22 MSS (also initiates process for personnel assigned to 22 MSG staff and 22 ARW/DS and
special staff functions)

13.2.1.4. 22 CS

13.2.1.5. 22 CES

13.2.1.6. 22 SFS

13.2.1.7. 22 SVS

13.2.1.8. 22 MOS (also initiates process for personnel assigned to 22 MXG staff)

13.2.1.9. 22 MXS

13.2.1.10. 22 LRS

13.2.1.11. 22 AMXS

13.2.1.12. 22 OSS (also initiates process for personnel assigned to 22 MXOG staff)

13.2.1.13. 344 ARS

13.2.1.14. 349 ARS

13.2.1.15. 350 ARS

13.2.1.16. 384 ARS

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13.2.1.18. 373d Training Squadron, Detachment 8

13.2.1.19. Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Detachment 321
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13.2.1.20. 184 ARW (Kansas Air National Guard)

13.2.1.21. 931 ARG (Air Force Reserve)

13.2.1.22. 18 ARS (AFRES)

13.2.2. Requirements

13.2.2.1. Personnel requiring unescorted entry must have a favorable adjudicated personnel security
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System (JJPAS) IAW AFI 31-501, USAF Personnel Security Program.
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13.2.2.2. The unit security manager coordinates with the Chief, Security Forces to determine if any
derogatory information affects unescorted entry eligibility.

13.2.2.3. A Security Information File (SIF) must be considered IAW AFI 31-501 if unescorted entry
eligibility is questioned.

13.2.3. Coordinating Instructions.

13.2.3.1. The requesting unit/staff agency must initiate and complete applicable sections of the AF
FmForm 2586.

13.2.3.2. The squadron commander or designated representative must complete sections I, II, III and
columns 1, 2 and 3 of section IV before a RAB is issued.


13.2.3.3. The office of primary responsibility (OPR) must coordinate the restricted area by completing
columns 4, 5, 6, and 7 in section IV.

13.2.3.4. All coordinating officials must serve in a position with direct responsibility for the restricted
area. Designees may not delegate this authority. Note: Personnel signing any section of the form must
have a current DD FmForm 577 or appointment letter oon file with S-5BFOXI. S-5BFOXI will not
accept AF FmForm’s 2586 with signatures other than those on file. Contact S-5BFOXI for proper
completion of this form.

13.3. Granting and Coordinating Officials for Unescorted Entry (Columns 4, 5, 6 and 7 in Section IV of
AF FmForm 2586). Table 13.1. identifies the open areas on the AF Form 1199, the area OPR, location            Formatted: Font: Not Bold
and officials authorized to sign the AF Form 2586 granting unauthorized access to the specific area.

13.3.1. The Chief, Security Forces is designated the coordinating and entry granting official for all areas
when granting unescorted entry authority to security force personnel (except self), including tenant unit
sSecurity Forceecurity forces personnel.

13.3.2. The installation commander may designate other individuals as coordinating officials for
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Write-in changes to the DD FmForm 577 or letter are not authorized and an individual may not sign the
form giving them this authorization. Coordinating officials who sign Section IV also serve as the
approving officials for granting escort authority.




Table 13.1. Unescorted Entry Authorization Coordinating and Approving Officials
                                                           COORDINATING/APPROVING
   AREA            OPR             LOCATION                         OFFICIAL
1             22 ARW/CP       CP                      22 ARW/CP
2             184 ARW/CP      184 CP                  184 ARW/CP
                                                      22 OG/CC, 22 OG/CD, 22 MXG/CC,
                                                      22 OSS/CC
                              MAPA and 1106,          , 22 MXG/CD, 22 AMXS/CC, 22 MXS/CC,
4             22 OG           1107,1166, 1176,        22 MDG/CC, 344 ARS/CC, 349 ARS/CC,
                              Hangar 10               350 ARS/CC, 384 ARS/CC, 184 ARW/CC,
                                                      184 ARW/CV, 184 MXS/CC, 184 LG/CC,
                                                      184 AGS/CC, 931 ARG/CC, 931 ARG/CD,
                                                      931 AMXS/CC,
                                                      931 OSF/CC, 931 OSS/CC, 18 ARS/DO
                                                      22 OG/CC, 22 OG/CD, 22 MXG/CC,
                                                       22 OSS/CC,
                                                       22 MXG/CD, 22 AMXS/CC, 22 MXS/CC,
6             22 OG           Generation Area         22 MDG/CC, 344 ARS/CC, 349 ARS/CC,
                                                      350 ARS/CC, 384 ARS/CC, 184 ARW/CC,
                                                      184 ARW/CV,
                                                      184 MXS/CC, 184 LG/CC,
                                                      184 AGS/CC, 931 ARG/CC, 931 ARG/CD,
                                                      931 AMXS/CC, 931 OSF/CC, 18 ARS/DO
9             22 ARW/CP       CAT                     22 ARW/CP
10            184 ARW/CP      CAT                     184 ARW/CP
                                                      184 ARW/CC, 184 ARW/CV, 184 LG/CC,
15            184 ARW         NMSA                    184 MXS/CC


13.3.3. The 184th ARW will only coordinate areas “4” and “6” for personnel assigned to the wing and
will coordinate area “15” for all installation personnel.

13.3.4. Approving officials and coordinating officials may not grant themselves unescorted access or sign
as the coordinating official for their own AF FmForm 2586.

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13.3.5. Designated escort officials must be certified/re-certified annually or when there are substantial
changes in the restricted areas. McConnell FmForm 87, Escort Official Certification, is used in the
planning and tracking of recertification requirements. Escort officials should be kept to the minimum
necessary to accomplish daily requirements.

13.3.6. Deliver AF FmForm 2586 to S-5BVFOXI for badge issuance no later than 90 days after
initiation.

13.3.6.1. S-5BVFOXI will not process AF FmForm’s 2586s not meeting thisese criteria and they will be
returned for re-accomplishment.

13.3.6.2. All dates must be consecutive; i.e.e.g., section IV cannot be dated before the requesting
official’s date in section II.




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13.3.6.3. Absolutely no white out or correction tape is authorized on any section of the AF FmForm
2586. Pen and ink changes are not acceptable on the AF FmForm 2586.

13.3.7. Security managers must ensure the information on an individual’s identification card and the AF
FmForm 2586 match exactly.

13.3.7.1. A completed AF FmForm 1199 must match the requesting individual’s identification card.

13.3.7.2. Once an AF FmForm 1199 is issued to an individual, if any information changes on that
individual’s identification card, the AF FmForm 1199 must be re-accomplished.

13.3.8. For individuals who are designated as escort officials, a properly completed McConnell FmForm
87, Escort Official Certification, must accompany the AF FmForm 2586. McConnell FmForm’s 87s do            Formatted: Font: Italic
not have a 90-day expiration date. The form will accompany the original AF FmForm 2586 to the gaining
unit as long as all requirements of paragraph 13.4.3. are met for personnel making a permanent change of
assignment (PCA) movement.

13.4. Issue of AF FmForm 1199, Restricted Area Badge (RAB).

13.4.1. Badge Issue. 22 SFS/S-5BVFOXI issues RAB'sRABs in the Visitor Control Center, in Building
169, by appointment only on normal duty days. S-5BVFOXI may accomplish mission-essential issue of
RAB’sRABs on a case-by-case basis.

13.4.1.1. Each individual is responsible for properly displaying and securing their RAB.

13.4.1.2. RAB’sRABs must be prominently displayed on the front of the outer most garment (so it can
easily be seen), above the waist and below the neck with the picture facing out.

13.4.1.3. RAB’sRABs must be removed from display and secured immediately upon departing a
restricted area, regardless of the securing device.

13.4.1.4. Defaced or damaged RAB’sRABs must be promptly replaced.

13.4.1.5. All personnel are responsible for the enforcement of the above requirements.

13.4.2. Administrative Badge Reissue. Personnel will report administrative errors, mutilation or
destruction, personal information changes, etc., to their security manager. The security manager will
accomplish a letter or make an annotation in the remarks block of the AF FmForm 2586.

13.4.3. Permanent Change of Assignment (PCA).

13.4.3.1. People who change squadrons will obtain the AF FmForm 2586 and associated documentation
from their losing security manager and deliver it to the gaining unit security manager during in-
processing.

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13.4.3.2. The gaining unit security manager will review the form and documentation, and determine if
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13.4.3.2.1. The gaining unit security manager will accept AF FmForm 2586 (plus associated
documentation) and notify S-5BVFOXI by letter, e-mail or fax of person’s name, SSN, badge number,
card number and losing unit if the required authorized areas do not change. S-5BVFOXI will adjust the
person’s information on the MRABL and notify the losing unit of the change.

13.4.3.2.2. The gaining unit security manager will accomplish required documentation and instruct the
member to make an appointment with S-5BVFOXI within 90 days of the PCA if the member will require
additional areas or no longer requires the current authorized areas.

13.4.3.2.3. The member will bring the current RAB and all AF FmForm’s 2586 (plus associated
paperwork) for re-issuance to S-5BVFOXI. S-5BVFOXI will clear the old information and provide the
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Field Training Detachment will be treated as a PCS and will turn-in restricted area badges during out-
processing of the current unit. A new badge will be issued during in processing at the new unit.

13.4.4. Additions or Deletions.

13.4.4.1. People requiring the addition or deletion of an area will notify their security manager.

13.4.4.2. Security managers will make the necessary entries and coordination in Section IV of the
original AF FmForm 2586. In addition the security manager will enter an entry (signed by the unit
commander) in the remarks section of the original AF FmForm 2586 indicating the request for adding or
deleting the area.

13.4.4.3. The member will proceed with normal processing procedures after obtaining the appropriate
coordination and signature.

13.5. Lost or Stolen Badge Reissue. Personnel must immediately notify their security manager and
supervisor in the event of a lost or stolen restricted area badge. The security manager immediately
notifies S-5BVFOXI during duty hours or the beginning of the next duty day if the loss occurs after duty
hours.

13.5.1. The individual losing the badge must complete a written statement of lost government property
and the unit security manager must initiate an investigation into the facts surrounding the loss or theft.
The individual’s unit commander must endorse this report and the final package must include the
following information.

13.5.1.1. Written statement of the individual losing the badge.

13.5.1.2. Full investigative findings.

13.5.1.3. Preventative measures and efforts taken to eliminate repeat incidents.

13.5.1.4. Request or non-request for replacement of the badge.

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13.5.2. The individual will bring the final report package and AF Form 2586 to 22 SFS/S-5BVFOXI for
final disposition.

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13.6. Mass Reissue. Conduct a mass reissue when the restricted area badges loss percentage rate totals
7.5 percent (not including destroyed badges), or when the installation commander loses confidence in the
system. Follow guidelines for individual issue and local procedures when conducting a mass reissue.

13.7. Badge Turn-in.

13.7.1. Take restricted area badges and the AF FmForm 2586 to S-5BVFOXI when personnel no longer
require entry into restricted areas.

13.7.2. S-5BVFOXI will destroy the badge and annotate the AF FmForm 2586 to show badge turn-in.

13.7.3. S-5BVFOXI will return the form to the unit security manager to be kept for 2 years after the RAB
has been destroyed IAW the AF Records Disposition Schedulein a transitory file, the length of which will
be determined by the security manager. For all practical purposes, the form may be destroyed when
notified the issuing authority has destroyed credentials.

13.7.4. People who have an Air Force Central Adjudication Facility (AFCAF) Special Information File
(SIF) established will lose unescorted entry privileges. Their security manager must retrieve the badge
and take it with and the AF FmForm 2586 to S-5BVFOXI.

13.7.4.1. A commander initiating SIF action against a person, determines whether or not they retain their
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If commanders determine to revoke unescorted entry privileges, the security manager must retrieve the
badge and take it with the AF Form 2586 to S-5BV.

13.7.5. S-5BVFOXI will destroy the badge and annotate the destruction on the AF FmForm 2586.

13.7.6. The security manager will forward the AF FmForm 2586 to 22 SFS/S5FAIP, Personnel Security,
for inclusion in the SIF.

13.8. Procedures for Unserviceable RAB’sRABs. Security fForces members who discover a restricted
area badge that needs replacement will:

13.8.1. Instruct the badge holder to notify his/her unit security manager.

13.8.2. Obtain pertinent identification information and notify the MERC to accomplish a blotter entry.

13.8.3. Confiscate the badge in cases of mutilation and when the sSecurity Forceecurity forces member
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that it cannot be positively matched to the individual.

13.8.4. Account for the confiscated badge using AF FmForm 52, Evidence Tag. Give the member the
receipt portion of the tag.

13.8.5. Instruct the member to notify their security manager and accomplish the required paperwork for
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13.8.6. Deliver any confiscated badge and AF FmForm 52 to S-5BVFOXI for proper disposition.

Chapter 14. – Unescorted Entry Authority to Restricted Areas.




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14.1. Authority. Unescorted entry is granted to an individual with a continuing/regular need for entry.

14.1.1. The installation commander's specific written permission is required for unescorted entry into
restricted areas. This authority can only be delegated by letter to other commanders permanently assigned
to this installation.

14.1.2. A DD FmForm 577, Signature Card, must be on file with S-5BVFOXI (Pass and Registration) to
verify an individual’s authority to sign for specific areas. The DD FmForm 577 permits commanders to
allow access only to authorized individuals.

14.1.3. This instruction grants the installation commander or designated representative the authority to
extend unescorted entry to TDY personnel deployed to MAFB if all other qualifications for unescorted
entry are met, e.g., the person has a valid need to enter, the appropriate clearance and possesses an AF
FmForm 1199, USAF Restricted Area Badge.

14.1.4. Honor restricted area badges (RAB) issued by other installations when accompanied by a valid
entry authority list (EAL) authenticated by the installation commander or designated representative listed
in table 13.1. and a sSecurity Forceecurity forces E-65 or above is required to can authenticate all
EALsfor EAL’sEALs for PL-3 resources. An E-6 or above is required to authenticate EAL’sEALs for IG
teams and PL-2 and higher resources. Designated representatives may only authenticate EAL’sEALs for
areas they have unescorted entry granting approval for.

14.1.5. Back-Up Verification. Use one or more of the following methods to verify a person’s entry
authority. These procedures may also be used if an individual’s personal appearance does not closely
match their description on his/her AF FmForm 1199. Several areas to compare are age, height and
weight. When comparing an individual’s height to their AF FmForm 1199, a variance of more than 1
inch may justify the use of an additional means of verification. When comparing weight, keep in mind
that it is not uncommon for a person to lose 10 or more pounds during a deployment to the desert,
however, you should always error on the side of security of the resources.


14.1.5.1. A copy of the master restricted area badge listing (MRABL) is located at the MERC and is used
in those situations where a discrepancy exists with MAFB RAB’sRABs.

14.1.5.2. Personal recognition, normally reserved for key staff personnel, i.e.e.g., 22 ARW/CC, 22
ARW/CV, 22 MSG/CC, 22 OG/CC, 22 MXG/CC.

14.1.5.3. Signature/credential check.

14.2. Unescorted Entry Into The MAPA and Hangars.

14.2.1. Personnel authorized unescorted entry into the PL 3 restricted areas through established entry
control points (ECP) must be in possession of a valid MAFB/KSANG-issued RAB with area “4” open.
The entry controller (if applicable) may allow a person to vouch for the identity of other individuals
anytime two or more people approach an entry point together after positively identifying one individual
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via the RAB and a supporting technique. The other individuals must possess valid entry authority
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14.2.2. Emergency Vehicle Entry. Emergency vehicle entry is defined as the need for immediate
presence of response elements (security, fire, hospital, etc.) to preclude or limit damage or injury or to
deal with any situation that might endanger the mission.

14.2.2.1. Security fForces must be aware of the emergency and responding elements. Emergency
vehicles need not be inspected when entering/exiting the restricted area but must be kept under constant
surveillance. All responding emergency vehicles will use emergency lights and if necessary, sirens.
Use sign/countersign procedures to verify the security status of responding units when an entry controller
is posted.


14.2.2.2. After emergency vehicles/personnel depart the response scene sSecurity Forceecurity forces
will purge the area for unauthorized vehicles or personnel.

14.2.3. Entry/Exit at Points Other Than Entry Control Points. Personnel/vehicles may cross the restricted
area boundary at a location other than the ECP provided a valid need exists and the MERC is notified.
Limit this type of entry/exit to vehicles towing equipment, RED STREAK-dispatched vehicles and
vehicles supporting taxiing aircraft.

14.3. Unescorted Entry Requirements Into WCP/Maintenance Operations Center (MOC).

14.3.1. Personnel authorized unescorted entry into the WCP/MOC during normal security operations
must possess a MAFB-issued RAB with area “1” open. (Note: Area “9” is required to gain access to the
Crisis Action Team (CAT) area when the CAT is formed or upon the direction of the on-duty senior
controller.) Employ one of the following techniques prior to allowing unescorted entry:

14.3.1.1. Personal recognition.

14.3.1.2. Signature/credential check.

14.3.1.3. Checked against MRABL.

14.3.2. Cipher locks used on entry doors must not be used as the only entry control device to the area.
The cipher lock combination is only given to personnel who routinely work in the area and must be
changed when personnel who know the combination no longer have access to the area or at a determined
time interval not to exceed six months.

14.4. Inspector/TDY Personnel Entry.

14.4.1. Inspector General (IG)/MAJCOM/Numbered Air Force (NAF) personnel conducting inspections
and personnel assigned to MAJCOM or NAF may be granted unescorted entry, escort authority, and
circulation to the degree specified on their EAL or visit notification letter. The EAL is validated
authenticated by the 22 ARW/CC, 22 ARW/CP, and an authenticated by an E-6 or above sSecurity
Forceecurity forces supervisor.

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14.4.2. TDY personnel may be granted unescorted entry based upon possession of their home-base RAB,
backup verification with a form of identification which has a picture on it (CAC, DD FmForm 2 series
card for military) and being listed on an EAL authenticated by the wing commander or designated
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listed in table 13.1.paragraph 11.3.2. and an E-65 or above sSecurity Forceecurity forces supervisor.
Designated representatives may authenticate EAL'sEALs only for areas they have unescorted entry
granting approval for.

14.4.3. Transient aircrew orders may be authenticated by a sSecurity Forceecurity forces supervisor, E-
5E-6 or above. A sSsecurity fFforce supervisor should meet the aircraft upon arrival and match the
information on the orders to the identification cards of the aircrew members and fill out the security
acknowledgement letter with the Aircraft Commander. Military members will use their home base
Restricted Area Badge and all other passengers including foreign and civilian personnel will be escorted
by base personnel with a RAB any time the aircraft is parked in a restricted area.

14.4.4. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Inspection Teams. DTRA teams are authorized
unescorted entry into restricted areas based on possession of a valid DTRA badge, combined with a valid
military identification (CAC, DD FmForm 2 series card), and their identification information appearing
on the authenticated (security force supervisor E-6 or above and 22 ARW/CC) inspection team
notification list (an electronically transmitted message). The DTRA badge is white and contains the
following information on the front: the acronym “DTRA” and “Defense Threat Reduction Agency”
spelled out at the top, a number, DTRA seal, a photograph in the center and the bearer’s name at the
bottom. The badge number is on the back in the lower right hand corner.

14.4.5. EAL’sEALs posted at MERC must have original (wet) signatures of the sSecurity Forceecurity
force supervisor who authenticates them. Inspectors who do not have an AF FmForm 1199 must be
escorted. After authentication, EAL’sEALs will be distributed to the MAPA ECP’s, Interior Security
Response Team (ISRT), External Security Response Time (ESRT), WCP guard and others as deemed
necessary. EAL’sEALs should be destroyed immediately after they expire. Note: EAL’sEALs used for                Formatted: Font: Not Bold
PL 1 and PL 2 areas must not have any pein and ink changes and will have original signatures.

14.4.6. 184 ARW (KSANG) personnel will use their RAB’sRABs for entry into the MAPA and hangars
10, 1106, 1107, 1166 and 1176 when warranted.

14.5. Contractor Entry/Movement in Free Zones

14.5.1. Free zones are areas formally removed from a restricted area that does not contain any Protection
Level 1, 2 or 3 aircraft. If an aircraft is located in the area where the free zone was established, notify
sSecurity Forceecurity forces prior to entering the area. Additionally, the following requirements must be
followed for free zone operations.

14.5.2. All contractors must be in possession of a yellow contractor badge or be under the escort of a
military member or DoD civilian employee who is authorized into the area.


14.5.3. All contractors must follow the pre-established route to and from the flight line maintenance
complex controlled area fence to the free zone work site. The first person arriving at the free zone job site
for the day must notify the MERC dispatcher and report the area as open.

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14.5.5. Notify the MERC dispatcher of any unusual activities required by the contract which could alarm
the base populace, i.e.e.g. the use of explosives, flames or special equipment causing loud or unusual
noises or heavy volumes of smoke.

14.5.6. The last person to depart the free zone job site will conduct a sweep of the area to ensure all other
workers have departed, all equipment is turned off, keys are removed and all equipment is secured. The
person will also secure the site with orange snow fence or other pre-approved device and then notify the
MERC dispatcher that the free zone is secure.

14.5.7. If the contract requires after hours or overnight work, the site supervisor or contract administrator
will notify 22 SFS/S-3SFO or the MERC dispatcher in advance.

14.6. Unauthorized Entry Into Restricted Areas. Any unauthorized attempted entry into a restricted area
results in the individual being detained until sSecurity Forceecurity forces arrive. Unless previously
determined, sSecurity Forceecurity forces responding members will determine if the attempted entry is a
Helping Hand, Covered Wagon, etc. Security force operating instructions determine security force
response and control actions.

Chapter 15. – Escorted Entry in Restricted Areas
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15.1. Escorted Entry Into The MAPA aAnd Maintenance Hangars.

15.1.1. Personnel Entry. Personnel requiring escorted entry must be escorted by a person in possession
of a MAFB-issued RAB with area “4” open. There is no requirement to have an “E” designator
typed/stamped adjacent to the number.

15.1.1.1. The escort official must explain the rules of movement for the area to the visitor and ensure all
hand carried items/vehicles are inspected prior to entry to the area.

15.1.1.2. The 22 LRS/CC or passenger terminal personnel will be responsible for escorting passengers
and crew members who do not have unescorted entry to and from aircraft upon arrival and departure.

15.1.1.3. The ratio of escorts to visitors must be based on the trustworthiness of the visitors. The escort
must be able to maintain effective control over all visitors.

15.1.1.4. The AF FmForm 1109, Visitor Register Log, is not required for normal operations in the
MAPA or maintenance hangars. It is required for the force generation area during aircraft generation
operations.

15.2. Open Skies Compliance START/CWC Inspection Team (OSCT) Entry. OSCTSTART/CWC
inspection teams entry procedures are
contained in MAFB Open Skies Compliance PlanSTART/CWC Compliance Plans.

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15.3. Escorted Entry Into WCP/MOC.

15.3.1. Request escorted entry to the WCP/MOC by phone call to the WCP prior to arrival. The
requester from the visitor’s duty section must provide the person’s name, rank, SSN, time and reason for
visit, ats a minimum. Requests should be made 24 hours in advance of the scheduled visit.




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15.3.2. Contact the command post controller by direct line (mounted to the wall adjacent the outside
door) upon arrival at the WCP. Two forms of identification, one of which must contain a picture, are re-
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verifies the individual's identity and need to enter the command post. If all is correct, entry is granted.
The AF Form 1109, Visitor Register Log, is used to record all escorted entry.

15.3.3. Escort Officials:

15.3.3.1. Must have a valid MAFB-issued RAB with area “1” open and a typed/stamped “E” to the right
of the number. They must have area “9” open with a typed/stamped “E” adjacent the number when the
CAT is activated.

15.3.3.2. Must brief personnel requiring escorted entry on escort procedures.

15.3.3.3. Ensure hand carried items are inspected prior to allowing entry. The escort official must
approveuthorize visitors to bring hand carried items into the WCP in performance of official duties. The
escort official must be present during instructions.

15.4. Entry Requirements for Construction Projects Inside Restricted Areas

15.4.1. All contractors performing work inside a restricted area must provide 22 SFS/S-3FOS (through
base contracting) an entry authorization letter (oOn company letterhead). This letter must be signed by
the contracting officer and approved by the commander or deputy commander responsible for the
restricted area prior to being submitted to 22 SFS/S-3SFOS. The following information is required:

15.4.1.1. Contract purpose and inclusive dates.

15.4.1.2. Full name and social security number of all personnel requiring entry into the restricted area.

15.4.1.3. All vehicles required in the restricted area must be listed on the letter by year, make, model,
color, license plate number and state of issue.

15.4.2. All contract personnel must have a valid form of identification (with photo) on them at all times.
They will be escorted into the restricted area by the USAF organization or unit directly associated with
the project. While in the restricted area, they are required to remain with the escort official at all times.

15.4.3. All contract related vehicles are required to have the company logos on its sides. The logos may
be permanently painted on the vehicles or be the magnetic decal type. All vehicles entering the area are
subject to search by sSecurity Forceecurity forces personnel. The escort official is responsible for
processing the contractor through entry control points, escorting personnel to and from the work area, and
assisting in personnel/vehicle searches. The escort official is also responsible for providing an escort
briefing.

15.4.4. In the event of an emergency that requires evacuation from the restricted area, youpersonnel will
comply with the instructions of sSecurity Forceecurity forces members and your escort official.

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Chapter 16. – Vehicle Entry to Restricted Areas.

16.1. Government Owned or Operated Vehicles.

16.1.1. A sSecurity Forceecurity forces member must search all vehicles requiring entry into a PL 1 area.

16.1.2. Vehicle operators must search their vehicle before entering a PL 2 or 3 area.

16.1.3. Vehicles being escorted into a PL 2 or 3 area will be searched by the escort.

16.1.4. All operators must verify to a posted entry controller that the vehicle search has been completed.

16.1.5. Treat rental vehicles used by IG, staff assistance visit (SAV), maintenance standardization and
evaluation team (MSET) and other inspection teams as government vehicles. Allow entry to any
restricted area provided the team member is listed on a valid EAL, an identification placard is in the front
windshield and all other entry requirements are met. The rental vehicle information will be on a letter
filed with the MERC.

16.2. Privately Owned Vehicles (POVs).

16.2.1. The only POVs allowed inside restricted areas are command post controllers responding to alert
aircraft to deliver messages when communications are limited and rental vehicles used for official military
duties in lieu of government vehicles.

16.2.2. Contractor and delivery vehicles may be escorted into restricted areas when necessary for project
completion. MERC must be notified when contractor vehicles are being escorted into the Restricted
Area. This notification must include a description of the vehicle, destination and identification of the
escort official. All restricted area entry requirements must be met.

16.2.3. Visitors are not allowed to drive vehicles inside restricted areas and can only drive inside the
Flight line Maintenance Complex in the performance of official government business. (NoteOTE:
Specific vehicle search procedures are articulated in attachment 7 of this instruction.)

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Part 3 – Standards for Protection Level 1, 2 and 3 Resources Restricted Areas

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17. Restricted Area Locations and Priority.
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17.1. Responsibilities. Owner/user agencies must establish written procedures for the enforcement of
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17.2. The following are PL resources listed in the order of response priority located at MAFB:

17.2.1. KC-135 Aircraft.

17.2.2. 22 ARW Command Post.

17.2.3. 184 ARW Command Post.

17.2.4. 22 SFS Armory.

17.2.5. 184 SFS Armory.

17.2.6. 22 LRS.

17.2.7. 22 ARW Mobility Weapons.

17.2.8. 184 ARW Mobility Weapons.

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17.2.10. Non-nuclear munitions storage areas.                                                            Formatted: Not Highlight


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17.2.12. Alert Crew Facility (PL4 may be upgraded to PL2 depending on mission).

17.31. Temporary Restricted Area Locations.

17.31.1. Protection Level 1 (PL 1) Hot Cargo Pad. Establish a PL 1 restricted area when a logistics
aircraft containing PL 1 weapon systems or critical components are located in this area. The hot cargo
pad is located at the sSouth end of Echo Row parking ramp. Painted red lines and restricted area signs
define the boundaries of Echo Row. Alternate parking spots will be determined by base operations on a
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case basise and will be marked with ropes, cones or stanchions and restricted area signs. 22 SFS is the
support force for the area.

17.31.2. Protection Level 2 (PL 2) Generation Area (Temporary).

17.3.2.1. Aircraft Generation Area.

17.31.2.1.1. The generation area is located within the established PL 3 Mass Aircraft Parking Area
(MAPA) and may contain individual PL 2 and PL 3 resources. The exact area is determined by the
mission requirements. It is activated during emergency war orders, higher headquarters and local
exercises.

17.31.2.12.2. Mark the generation area with red, orange or other bright colored rope raised with metal
stanchions or on the ground with rubber donuts attached if only a portion of the MAPA is used.

17.31.2.1.3. Post restricted area signs on the boundary of the MAPA.

17.31.2.1.4. The support force for this area is the 22 SFS with augmentation from other wing units as
required.

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17.3.3. Protection Level 3 (PL 3) Areas (Temporary)

17.31.3.1. Hangars 10 (KSANG Side ), 1106, 1107, 1166 and 1176. When Tthese hangars contain non-
alert aircraft undergoing maintenance, they and are considered a PL 3 restricted area when aircraft are
present. The walls of the hangars supported by painted red lines, as needed define the boundaries of the
restricted areas.

17.31.4. Additional Temporary Restricted Areas are clearly identified by red lines, entry control point
signs and restricted area signs painted on the ground or raised where flight line operations will permit.
Restricted area signs will read “Restricted Area When Aircraft Present.” Movement in these areas are
restricted to authorized personnel and vehicles cleared to operate within and around the flight line
environment when aircraft are present and will hold the protection level of the highest resource present. If
aircraft are present in a hangar, wearing the AF FmForm 1199 is required while in the restricted area.

17.31.4.1. Delta Parking row (Spots D1 –- D4) located south of Building 1218 and west of Building
1220. (See Figure 17.1)

17.31.4.2. Echo Parking row (Spots E1 -– E5) located south of Taxiway Charlie and Southwest of the
NMSA area. (See Figure 17.2)




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                                                            Entry Control Points




                                     DELTA ROW




Figure 17.1. Delta Row

17.31.4.3. Foxtrot Row (F-1- - F-5) located at the south hammerhead. (See Figure 17.3)

17.31.4.4. KSANG Ramp located on the KSANG side of the installation directly east of Hangar 51. (See
Figure 17.4)

17.31.4.5. Non-Established Restricted Areas. Other protection level resources may have to be parked
outside established restricted areas. Establish a temporary restricted area with raised barriers (ropes and
stanchions) and appropriate restricted area warning signs when these aircraft cannot be parked in an
established restricted area. Establish temporary restricted areas IAW AFI 31-101, as supplemented, and
this instruction.




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                                                  ECHO ROW




                        Entry Control Points




Figure 17.2. Echo Row/Hot Cargo Pad




         Entry Control Points




      FOX ROW




Figure 17.3. Foxtrot Row




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                                    ECP #1




                                ECP #2




                                             KANG RAMP
Figure 17.4. KSANG Ramp

17.42. Permanent Aircraft Parking Restricted Areas.

17.42.1. Mass Aircraft Parking Area (MAPA). The MAPA is a restricted area located between the
runways and the main base. It includes aircraft parking spots A-1 through A-20, B-1 through B-24 and C-
1 through C-6. (See Figure 17.5)

17.42.1.1. A chain link fence identifies the north boundary; aircraft blast shields, jersey barriers and red
painted lines identify the eastern boundary; and red painted lines identify the south and west boundaries.

17.42.1.2. The area is posted with “Restricted Area” signs painted on the ground and signs attached to the
fence, signposts or jersey barriers.

17.42.1.3. Raised physical barriers are in place and mark the boundaries except where prohibited by
Federal Aviation Authority and restrictions outlined in airfield operations AFIs. The ISC approved all
areas that do not have raised barriers.

17.42.1.4. Designating part of the MAPA as a generation area or follow-on alert area will not affect entry
into the facilities within the FMC but will affect entry to the aircraft generation area. Movement in the
MAPA is restricted to personnel and vehicles cleared to operate within the flight line environment.

17.42.1.5. The MAPA is designated as a PL 3 restricted area except during aircraft generation. During
this time, a portion of the area is designated as a “PL 2 Generation Area” until the wWing cCommand
pPost has informed the MERC that the last aircraft in the area has been "Cocked-On" alert. The MERC
(through
the SFS CAT representative) will request the area to be designated as a “PL 2 Alert Area.” The area can
only be declared a PL 2 area by the wWing cCommander or a designated representative.
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Figures 17.6. Hangars




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     HANGAR 10



Hangar 10




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                   HANGAR 1106



Hangar 1106




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Hangar 1107




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              HANGAR 1107
Hangar 1166




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Hangar 1176




17.43. 22 ARW/WCP. The WCP is located in Building 1, Room 160. It is a PL 3 resource but will be
upgraded to a higher protection level based on the highest protection level resource they are operationally
supporting.

17.43.1. The WCP will be upgraded to PL 2 immediately upon implementing aircraft generation. It will
remain PL 2 until completion of the aircraft mission.

17.43.2. The walls of the WCP delineate the restricted area and the support force is 22 ARW/CP.

17.54. 184 ARW/WCP. The WCP is located in Building 481094, Room 103. It is a PL3 resource but                 Formatted: Not Highlight
will be upgraded to a higher protection level based on the highest protection level resource they are
operationally supporting.
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aircraft to PL 2 statusgeneration for KSANG resources only. It will remain PL2 until completion of the        Auto, 0.5 pt Line width)
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Chapter 118. – Protection Standards.
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18.1. 22d Air Refueling Wing Command Post (WCP). The WCP is a Protection Level 3 resource
provided security IAW AFI 31-101, Chapter 13. It may be upgraded based on the highest level resource it
is operationally supportsed. Refer to MAFB OPlanLAN 31-1, Annex C, Appendix 14, for additional
information.


18.2. Aircraft Stationed at McConnell AFB.

18.2.1. Non-Alert Air Refueling Aircraft. KC-135 aircraft assigned to McConnell AFB will be protected
IAW AFI 31-101, Chapter 14.

18.2.2. Air Refueling Aircraft on Alert Status. Refer to AFI 31-101, Chapter 14, and MAFB OPLAN
31-1, Installation Security Plan, Annex C , Appendix 14.

18.3. Transient Aircraft. Provide security commensurate with the protection level designation of the
transient aircraft arriving and remaining at McConnell Air Force Base. Refer to AFI 31-101, Chapter 14,
for specific guidance.

18.4. Unannounced/Unauthorized Aircraft Landings at McConnell AFB. Refer to AFI 31-101, Chapter
14, and MAFB OPLAN 31-1, Installation Security Plan, Annex C, Appendix 12, Tab A.

18.5. Diverted Aircraft Security. Refer to AFI 31-101, Chapter 14, and MAFB OPLAN 31-1,
Installation Security Plan, Annex C, Appendix 12, Tab B.

18.6. Special Air Mission (SAM) Aircraft. Refer to AFI 31-101, Chapter 14, and MAFB OPLAN           31-
1, Installation Security Plan, Annex C, Appendix 12, Tab C.

18.7. Specially Designated Special Airlift Mission (SDSAM) Aircraft. Refer to AFI 31-101, Chapter
15, and MAFB OPLAN 31-1, Installation Security Plan, Annex C, Appendix 12, Tab D.

18.8. Senior Executive (SENEX) Mission Aircraft. Refer to AFI 31-101, Chapter 14,and MAFB
OPLAN 31-1, Installation Security Plan, Annex C, Appendix 12, Tab E.

18.9. Presidential Aircraft. Refer to AFI 31-101, Chapter 15, and MAFB OPLAN 31-1, Installation
Security Plan, Annex C, Appendix 12, Tab F.

18.10. Distinguished Visitor Aircraft. Refer to AFI 31-101, Chapter 14, and MAFB OPLAN 31-1,
Installation Security Plan, Annex C, Appendix 12, Tab G.




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18.11. In-flight Emergencies (IFE). An in-flight emergency occurs when any aircraft in flight (any
protection level) has declared a mechanical problem that could hinder continuous flight or result in a
serious accident upon landing.

18.11.1. Base Operations personnel will relay notification/initiation of the emergency to all responding
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18.11.2. All emergency responders will be notified of:

18.11.2.1. Type of aircraft.

18.11.2.2. Estimated time of arrival.

18.11.2.3. Runway the aircraft will be utilizing.

18.11.2.4. Nature of the emergency.

18.11.2.5. Number of personnel on board.

18.11.2.6. Wind speed and direction.

18.11.2.7. Amount of fuel and if there are any hazardous material or ordinance on-board.

18.11.3. Emergency responders will proceed to the areas of the flight line designated by internal
operations procedures.

18.11.4. The on-duty fire chief has termination authority for an in-flight emergency response.

18.12. Opening/Closing the MAPA Restricted Area.

18.12.1. 22 SFS is responsible for security of the MAPA during non-duty hours. 22 ARW or 184 ARW
MOC will contact the MERC when personnel arrive for duty, they will assume responsibility for security
of the MAPA. The person opening the MAPA must be listed by name on a fFlight line sSecurity letter.

18.12.2. Closing Procedures. When the 22 ARW or 184 ARW MOC finish their duties for the day, they
must contact the MERC to relinquish security of the area to the 22 SFS. The person closing the MAPA
must be listed by name on a Flightline flight line sSecurity letter.

18.12.3. Security fForces (ISRT posted within the confines of the MAPA) will conduct a minimum of
four, 15 minute ECP checks during an eight hour tour of duty and six checks during a twelve hour tour of
duty. During these checks, sSecurity fForces will verify the authority to enter the MAPA and will check
for altered or mutilated badges and other entry discrepancies.

18.12.4. Joint end of day security checks will be conducted by the 22 SFS and a 22 AMXS supervisor.
These checks are designed to ensure all resources on the MAPA and/or hangars are secured prior to
relinquishing security of the area to sSecurity Forceecurity forces. Any unique information concerning
hangars or aircraft will also be passed on during this check. These checks will be documented in the SF
blotter and on the joint inspection check sheet.

18.12.5. Lighting Checks: The ESRT (or equivalent patrol) will conduct weekly lighting checks on
Sundays of all aircraft parking areas (to include the MAPA, Delta, Echo row, and the KSANG ramp)
during the hours of darkness by the midshift flight. The checks will be documented in the SF blotter and
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of all aircraft parking areas (to include the MAPA, Delta, Echo row, and the KSANG ramp). This check
will be documented in the SF blotter.

18.12.6. Aircraft Parking Area Checks: The ESRT (or equivalent patrol) for each shift will conduct a
physical security inspection of all aircraft parking areas (to include the MAPA, Delta, Echo row, the
KSANG ramp and Hangers 10, 1166, 1176, 1106 and 1107) and an aircraft plot within thirty minutes of
assuming post. The ESRT will follow the locally developed Restricted Area Checklist documenting all
discrepancies which will be turned into to the dispatcher.

18.13. Photography Within Restricted Areas.

18.13.1. Guidelines are established pursuant to Title 18, United States Code, Section 795, and Executive
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Installations and Resources , and AFI 31-101, AMC Supplement 1. For the purpose of simplicity,
photography is categorized as official or unofficial and includes both still photography and video
recordings.

18.13.2. Official Photography. Photographs taken for government purposes are considered official
photos. These photos are normally taken by audiovisual service, public affairs personnel, or personnel
escorted or sanctioned by either of those agencies. Government contractors may be authorized to take
photos in connection with a government contract but these photos do require prior approval. Official
photography does not require written permission; however, advance notification to the monitoring agency,
MERC, normally prevents delays or interruptions to photographers to verify authorization.

18.13.3. Unofficial Photography. Unofficial photography is authorized on the flight line and in areas
designated by area “4” on the restricted area badge. Military members and any guests of McConnell are
prohibited from photographing classified material, information or components. If in doubt about an item's
classification, DO NOT PHOTOGRAPH IT! PL 1 and 2 aircraft will not be photographed without
verbal authorization from the aircraft commander prior to taking any pictures. The Chief, WCP, must
verbally coordinate any unofficial photography within the command post. Controlled area monitors may
authorize photography within a controlled area.

18.4. Photography Outside Restricted Areas

18.4.1. Photography on MAFB is permitted without approval in all areas except for restricted and
controlled areas. Changes or additions to these requirements may be made on short notice as determined
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operations. MAFB alarmed facilities are identified in Table 20.1 of this instruction. The MERC provides
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monitoring capabilities for all on-base facilities and some off-base facilities owned by the 89th Army
Regional Command. both on base and off through 24 hour monitoring via the Advantor System.

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Part 4 – Standards for Protection Level 4 Resources.

Chapter 20. – Controlled Areas/Protection Level 4 Areas.

20.1. Location and Requirements.

20.1.1. Controlled areas are established pursuant to DoD Directive 5200.8, Security of DoD Installations
and Resources, and Section 21, Internal Security Act of 1950 (Title 50 U.S.C. 797). All controlled areas
located on McConnell AFB have been approved the 22 ARW/CC. Controlled areas that have been
established and approved are listed in order of priority in Table 20.1.

20.1.2. Owner/user agencies will comply with protection requirements outlined in AFI 31-101, Chapter
22. Coordinate requests for additions or deletions to this listing through 22 SFS/S-3FOSR.

20.1.3. Detailed locations are not specified because this information could be an aid to terrorist, criminal
or dissident elements to target controlled areas or resources. The Resource Protection Manager,
22 SFS/S-3FOSR, retains detailed information on all controlled areas.

Table 20.1., Alarmed Facility and Controlled Area Priority List
                 Alarmed Facility and Controlled Area Priority LList
 Alarmed        Controlled                                 Facility
                  Area
     X               X         22 SFS Armory, Building 1115
     X               X         184 SFS Armory, Building 65
     X               X         22 LRS, Building 1090
     X               X         22 ARW Wing Mobility Weapons, Building 1170
     X               X         184 ARW Wing Mobility Weapons, Building 42
     X               X         22 SFS Combat Arms Training and Maintenance (CATM),
                               Building 1541
                     X         Non-Nuclear Munitions Storage Area, 1300/1400 Areas
     X                         NMSA, Building 1376
     X                         NMSA, Building 1377
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     X       NMSA, Building 1403
     X       22 ARW Command Post, Building 1
     X       184 ARW Command Post, Building 48
     X   X   161 IS Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF)
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    X                   Alternate Command Post/MOC, Building 1170
    X                   22 ARW CC/CV Office, Building 1
    X                   22 ARW CC Personnel Residence, Building 181
    X           X       MDG Pharmacy, Building 250
    X           X       MDG Logistics Vault, Building 250
                X       Telephone Circuit Main Frame Room, Building 739
                X       Base Communications Center, Building 515
    X                   22 CS COMSEComSec Vault, Building 739 Room 122
    X           X       184 ARW Secured Computer Control Center, Building 54
                        Room 229
                X       184 ARW Network Control Center, Building 54 Room 228
    X           X       184 ARW Telephone Switch Room, Building 54 Room 251
                X       184 ARW Alt Telephone Switch Room, Building 35
    X           X       177 IAS KSANG, Building 48
                X       Ground Air Transmitter Site, Building 1560
    X           X       SCAMP Terminal, Building 1
                X       McConnell Emergency Response Center , Building 1115
                X       POL Bulk Storage
                X       General Flight line Area & Air Traffic Control Tower
                X       Flight line Maintenance Complex
                X       184 ARW Flight line Maintenance Complex
                X       Alert Crew Facility, Building 978
                X       Command Post Mechanical Room, Building 1
                X       Command Post Generator Room, Building 1
                X       McConnell Emergency Response Center Mechanical Room,
                        Building 1115
                X       MERC Generator Room, Building 1115
                X       South Glide Scope, Building 20036
                X       North Glide Scope, Building 20039
                X       South Localizer, Building 20037
                X       North Localizer, Building 20040
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     X               X        22 ARW Plans/Intel Vault, Building 1
     X               X        184 OSS/IN Open Storage, Building 48
     X                        931 OSF Intel Vault, Building 248
     X                        184 Avionics Intel Vault, Building 54
     X                        Life Skills, BldgBuilding 250
     X                        Court Room, BldgBuilding 810
     X                        Area Defense Council, BldgBuilding 750
     X                        Passenger Terminal
     X                        Emerald CityRobert J. Dole Center Cashiers Cage,
                              BldgBuilding 412
     X                        Base Exchange, BldgBuilding 352
     X                        Shoppette/Class Six, BldgBuilding 314
     X                        Commissary, BldgBuilding 313
     X                        Freedom First Federal Credit Union, BldgBuilding 360 (Not
                              Advantor)
     X                        Bank Of America, BldgBuilding 490
     X                        ATM at BX, BldgBuilding 352
     X                         ATM at Robert J. Dole CenterEmerald City, BldgBuilding 412
                                                     (Not Advantor)
     X                        Supply Vault, Bldg 1090
                     X        Security Forces Impound Lot
     X                        Water Tower, BldgBuilding 1339
                                                           Bldg 84
     X                        Water Shop, BldgBuilding 672
     X               X        Alternate MERC, Bldg 985Water Shop, BldgBuilding 672

20.2. Physical Security of Protection Level 4 (PL 4) Resources. PL 4 resources do not meet definitions
for PL 1, 2 or 3 resources but would adversely affect the operational capability of the Air Force if lost,
stolen, destroyed, misused or compromised. Owner/users have the primary responsibility for protection
of PL 4 resources. Owner user personnel must be alert to detect possible threats to the area. Anyone
observing a suspicious person or unusual event should challenge or investigate the situation after
notifying other personnel working in the area. If unable to the identification of the y the person or
situation is not as authorized notify the MERC using the quickest means available, i.e.e.g., land-mobile
radio, direct line or commercial telephone to 759-3976. Areas containing PL 4 resources are normally
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designated as controlled areas and surveyed and exercised according to AFI 31-101, as supplemented, and
this instruction.

20.2.1. Fencing

20.2.12. Fencing. Only PL 4 areas that require fencing mandated by AFI will be fenced. Owners/users
are responsible for initiating an emergency work order through 22 CES if fencing is damaged.

20.2.2.1. Lighting.

20.2.2.12.2. Specific types of lighting available for PL areas are listed in AFI 31-101, The AF Installation
Security Program, section 20.3.

20.2.22.3.2. Only PL 4 areas that require additional security lighting mandated by AFI will receive it. PL
4 areas located inside a facility (i.e.e.g. pharmacies, finance vault, etc.) will use normal office lighting
unless specified by AFI.

20.2.2.32.4. Coordination between the owner/user, sSecurity Forceecurity forces, cCivil eEngineering
and bBase oOperations is required if new or upgraded lighting systems are planned. New or upgraded
light systems must not affect flying operations. Review special lighting considerations in AFI 31-101
during the planning stage.

20.2.2.42.5. Owners/users are responsible for identifying lights that are burnt out or defective lights in PL
4 areas and initiating appropriate work orders.

20.3. PL 4 Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS).

20.3.1. PL 4 areas will only be alarmed if directed by AFI or the Installation Security Council. If a PL 4
alarm system fails owners/ users are responsible for protection of the resource until it is relocated or the
alarm is repaired.

20.3.2. Additional procedures for IDS are located in Chapter 27, of this instruction.



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Chapter 21. – Program Responsibilities.

21.1. 22 SFS/SFO. 22 SFS/S-3FOS will establish and document a schedule for conducting controlled
area surveys IAW AFI 31-101. The Installation Security Council will approve this schedule and survey
results will be briefed. Controlled areas will be surveyed at a rate of 25 percent per year or at least once
every four years. Note: This does not include AA&E facilities, finance and facilities that store over
$100Kk.

21.2. Unit Commanders will:

21.2.1. Appoint controlled area monitors in writing and forward the letter the 22 SFS/S-3SRas stated in
paragraph 5.3.6.
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21.2.2. Develop written operating procedures that clearly regulate unescorted and escorted entry into the
area and proper wear of the controlled area badge (if used). Contact the RPM for any questions.

21.2.3. Develop internal circulation control procedures and bomb threat procedures.

21.2.4. Conduct controlled area training and ensure training is documented.


21.2.5. Develop procedures for emergency operations to relocate the resource (if applicable).

21.2.6. Request a physical security inspection from the RPM whenever there is a significant change in
the protective capability of the facility/area.

21.2.7. Ensure physical security deficiencies are promptly reported to the RPM for notification and to 22
CES for repair. Keep documentation of the deficiency(s) and corrective action taken.

21.2.8. Ensure the buildings or areas used for storage are afforded protection in accordance with AFI 31-
101 and any local directives.

21.2.9. Ensure required controlled area signs are posted in accordance with AFI 31-101 and replaced
when faded or unserviceable.

21.2.10. Install adequate physical safeguards (i.e.e.g. fences, gates, locks and window screens or bars),
when required, to deny entry of unauthorized persons.

21.2.11. Ensure controlled area monitors validate pre-announced visitors by calling back the agency/duty
section, and inquiring about the requested visit.

21.2.12. Ensure the AF FmForm 439, Robbery Checklist, is posted in all controlled areas storing funds,
weapons, munitions, drugs or precious metals. Post the form where it is readily visible and near a
telephone to aid sSecurity Forceecurity forces with a description of the suspect(s).

21.2.13. Ensure that only the minimum number of personnel have access to keys or combinations to
locks when used for entry into the area.

21.2.13.1. Cipher locks may be used on entry doors, but must not be used as the only entry control device
to the area.

21.2.13.2. When a cipher lock is used, the facility must be manned. The door must have a separate
locking system that is used when the door is secured during non-duty hours.

21.2.13.3. When used, the cipher lock combination must be changed when personnel who know the
combination no longer have access to the area or at a determined time interval not to exceed six months.

21.2.14. Ensure weapons or sensitive items such as funds, jewels, precious metal or drugs are not stored
in the same container used to store classified information.
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21.3. Resource Protection Manager. The Resource Protection Manager will:

21.3.1. Be appointed by the Chief, Security Forces in writing.

21.3.2. Conduct controlled area surveys throughout the installation.

21.3.31. Monitor, program and coordinate all protection requirements to support the controlled area.

21.3.42. Maintain a copy of the initial controlled area survey and designation letter and a copy of the
most recent survey.

21.3.35. Conduct controlled area surveys, anti-robbery exercises and area penetration exercises as
required by AFI 31-101.

21.4. Controlled Area Monitors. They will:

21.4.1. After assuming responsibilities as the controlled area monitor, contact the RPM for initial training
and detailed information on survey schedules and exercise requirements.

21.4.2. Monitor the units controlled area program and coordinate security requirements and procedures to
support the controlled area with 22 SFS/S-3FOSR.

21.4.3. Maintain a six-part controlled area folder in the following format:

21.4.3.1. Part 1 – Controlled Area Designation letter approved by 22 ARW/CC and the initial controlled
area inspection.

21.4.3.2. Part 2 – Most recent controlled area survey.

21.4.3.3. Part 3 – Copies of most recent exercise.

21.4.3.4. Part 4 – Funds/Weapons Storage Limits letter approved by the Chief, Security Forces (CSF),
copy of Explosive License or Open Storage of Classified Material letter. Some controlled areas may not
use this section.

21.4.3.5. Part 5 – Controlled area monitor designation letter and controlled area training letters.

21.4.3.6. Part 6 – Copies of Operating Instructions (OI’s), training documents, work orders or AF
FmForm 116 (deviations and waivers). This folder will be inspected for compliance during any
initial/follow-up program review.

21.4.4. Ensure personnel working in the area are aware of procedures associated with the controlled area.

21.4.5. Ensure personnel working in controlled areas receive initial and annual follow-on training on their
responsibilities. Training should be documented and maintained in the controlled area folder.

21.4.6. As a minimum, controlled area training must include; properly protecting controlled area badges,
proper wear of the badge, challenging procedures, bomb threat procedures, entry procedures for
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official/unofficial photography in the controlled area or procedures to take in the event the facility is
damaged by a sever storm are examples of items you may need to add to your controlled area operating
instruction. Remember that the operating instruction should be tailor made for situations that might arise
in or to your controlled area. For assistance with controlled area training, contact the Resource Protection
Manager.

21.4.7. Act as the focal point for the unit commander/staff agency chief on all matters relating to the
controlled area.


21.5. Individual Responsibilities. Each person working in or having access to a controlled area will:

21.5.1. Follow established procedures for entry, circulation and visitor control.

21.5.2. Challenge/report any personnel whose presence within the area/building appears questionable.


21.5.3. Be alert for attempted illegal entry or signs of forced entry.

21.5.4. Follow established procedures for contacting sSecurity Forceecurity forces in the event of an
emergency, to include giving a complete description of the incident and/or suspect(s).

Chapter 22. – CControlled Area Circulation Control.

22.1. Responsibilities. Owner/user agencies must establish written procedures for the enforcement of
entry, circulation and visitor control into controlled areas. Authority to approve controlled area entry is
delegated to unit commanders or civilian equivalents having operational control of the area. It is unlawful
for anyone to enter a controlled area without the permission of the installation commander or the
responsible commander. These procedures must include:

22.1.1. Unescorted entry authorizing official (authority).

22.1.2. Minimum requirements for authorized entry (qualification).

22.1.3. Location of authorized entry points.

22.1.4. Specific entry control techniques used in granting unescorted and escorted entry.

22.2. Entry to the Kansas Air National Guard Non-Nuclear Munitions Storage Area (NMSA). A
restricted area badge is required to enter the NMSA. It is a controlled area and unescorted entry
privileges are granted to personnel possessing a McConnell AFB issued AF FmForm 1199 with area “15”
open. This is the only controlled area that requires a restricted area badge for unescorted entry.

22.2.1. Personnel needing access to the NMSA who do not have area “15” open on the restricted area
badge will be escorted by someone with area “15” open and escort privileges.


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22.3. Escorting Visitors in a Controlled Area.

22.3.1. Escorts will be assigned and visitors to controlled areas will be kept under constant supervision/
escort while in the area. Visitors must be escorted from time of entry until time of departure.

22.3.2. The unit commander or civilian equivalent having operational control of a controlled area
determines the use of AF FmForm 1109, Visitor Control Log, for signing visitors in and out of controlled
areas. This form will not be used during entry/exit of Open Skies Inspection teamStrategic Arms
Reduction Treaty (START) inspection team personnel. All visitors requesting entry to a controlled area
must first call the area for access.

22.3.3. Controlled area monitors may use personal recognition, entry authority list, verification of Air
Force credentials or any combination of these methods to allow entry to the controlled area.



22.3.3.1. Limit access to those personnel conducting official business.

22.3.3.2. Instruct personnel not authorized entry to verify their need for access.

22.3.3.3. Deny entry until the identity of the individual has been verified.

22.4. POV’sPOVs iIn fFlight line cControlled aAreas.

22.4.1. 22 MXG will identify select personnel from across the wing to have parking permits (MAFB Fm
41) that must be displayed in the windshield of the vehicle.

22.4.2. POV’sPOVs authorized on the flight line (Non-Restricted Areas) must have a Temporary Flight
line Authorization pass issued by 22 OSS/OSAA.

22.5. KSANG Non-nuclear Munitions Storage Area (NMSA).

22.5.1. KSANG and MAFB personnel possessing a valid MAFB issued restricted area badge with area
“15” open and a valid need to enter are allowed unescorted entry into the NMSA.

22.5.2. Personnel needing access to the NMSA who do not have area “15” open on the restricted area
badge will be escorted by someone with area “15” open and escort privileges.

22.65. Challenge and Notification Procedures. Use the following procedures to challenge unauthorized
or suspicious personnel and to notify sSecurity Forceecurity forces:

22.65.1. Challenge any individual whose presence within the area or building appears suspicious or is
attempting unauthorized entry into the controlled area. Note: Remove unauthorized individuals from the       Formatted: Font: Not Bold
area and detain until sSecurity Forceecurity forces arrive.

22.56.2. Verify the person(s) right and need to enter the area by contacting the person(s)’ duty section.
Never use a phone number supplied by the individual. Hold the ID card while the verification process is
being completed.
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22.56.3. Promptly request sSecurity Forceecurity forces’ assistance if the individual’s identity or right to
enter cannot be verified. This should be done without arousing the individual’s suspicion. Notify
Security Forcesecurity forces by calling 911.

22.56.4. Attempt to detain (without using physical force) the individual until the arrival of sSecurity
Forceecurity forces.

22.56.5. Know unit procedures for reporting situations that appear suspicious or hostile to sSecurity
Forceecurity forces.

Chapter 23. – Resource Protection Program.

23.1. Security of Government Property.


23.1.1. Unit commanders will ensure high-value government property is marked with an owner/user
designation or by serial number and a record of all marked property is maintained. AF Form 1670,
Valuable Property Record, is recommended for this purpose.

23.1.2. Commanders will ensure personnel are aware of their responsibilities for protecting government
property under their control. Each unit is responsible for establishing procedures for controlling the
government property they authorize to be removed from the installation. These procedures must include
documented authority for each transaction; use of the AF Form 1297, Temporary Issue Receipt, will
suffice for documentation. The original copy should remain with the unit and a copy should be
maintained by the person with the government property.

23.2. Individual Responsibilities. All personnel will call 911 when observing a crime in progress or
during an emergency. Callers may remain anonymous when reporting.

23.3. Protection hysical Security Ffor Ffamily Mmembers.                                                       Formatted: Border: Left: (Single solid line,
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23.3.1. Protection forhysical Security for Ffamily members located in Southwind Housing include the
following:

23.3.1.1. 22 SFS provides patrol and response to incidents occurring in the Southwind Housing
area.Police 3 is a patrol solely assigned to the housing area. Some of their responsibilities are to
safeguard family members by responding to any violations of rules, regulations, laws or good order and
discipline. (Refer to the Police 3 SSIs for further information.)

23.3.1.2. Gate 3 is the primary entry point into the family housing area. Their responsibilities include
motoring access to housing and ensuring no unauthorized individuals or contraband enters the Southwind
Housing area. Refer to the Gate 3 SSIs for specific instructions.

23.3.2. Wineteer School is a school which has a large90% population of military family members. There
is an memorandum of understanding MOU between Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department (SCSD) and                  Formatted: Not Highlight
the 22 SFS which statesgiven the close proximity of Wineteer Elementary school to McConnell AFB.
The agreement is that the 22 SFS can be the initial response force to any life threatening incident
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occurring at Wineteer School. (NOTE: The 22 SFS does not have legislative authority to act at Wineteer
School.

23.34. Building Custodian Responsibilities.

23.34.1. All building custodians will ensure an AF FmForm 440, Bomb Threat Aid, is placed near each
telephone in their facility. Anyone receiving a bomb threat should solicit information on the form and
record all identifying data. Give the completed form to responding sSecurity Forceecurity forces
personnel who conduct an initial investigation and determine further actions.

23.34.2. Ensure the CE facility custodian roster is updated with the correct information.

Chapter 24. – Installation Patrol

24.1. Base Patrol Sectors. MAFB is divided into four two primary patrol sectors to assist defense
planners with manpower allocations and concentration of available defense forces. Sectoriization defines
post

limits for on-duty patrols and identifies the most vital areas for defense and patrol coverage. Sector
boundaries are described in Security Forcesecurity forces operating instructions (SFOI). Sub-divide
sectors #1 and #2 when manning permits. SecSectors are listed in prioritized order below and identified
in Figure 24.1.
Maintain the capability of meeting immediate response times (not to exceed five5 minutes) to anti-         Formatted: Not Highlight
robbery situations and major incidents. The standard 5 minute response time to the KANG SCIF, Bldg 44
may be shortened due to mission requirements. When time permits, centrally park your vehicle and
conduct foot patrols – maintaining the ability to meet a 5-minute response time.
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 Figure 24.1. Base Patrol Sectors
24.1.1. Alpha sSector #2: Alpha sSector #2 includes sector #s 6, 7 and 9 from figure 24-1. Police 1 is        Formatted: Not Highlight
the primary patrol for alpha sector.

24.1.2. Bravo sector: Bravo sector includes sector #s 4 and 5 from figure 24-1. Mike 3 is the primary         Formatted: Not Highlight
patrol for bravo sector. the west side of the installation including the mass aircraft parking area (MAPA),
flightline maintenance complex (FMC), runways, taxiways, KSANG facilities and most PL 3 resources.

24.1.32. Charlie sSector #1: CharlieSect sector #1 includes sector #s 3 and 8 from figure 24-1. Ram 1 is      Formatted: Not Highlight
the primary patrol for charlie sector. is the east side of the installation and contains the WCP, AA&E
storage facilities, funds storage and military family housing.




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primary patrol for delta sector. When manning permits, divide Sector #1 at Leavenworth Street with
Sector #1 being north of Leavenworth and Sector #1A being the south of Leavenworth Street.

24.1.4. Sector #2A: When manning permits, divide Sector #2 along taxiway two with Sector #2 to the
north side of the taxiway and Sector #2A to the south side.

24.1.5. All patrols must stay in their primary sectors unless dispatched by the MERC or higher authority.

24.2. Security Force Patrol Activity

24.2.1. Facility Walk Throughs. On-duty security force patrols may conduct a random walk through of
Army-Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES), Non-Appropriated Funds (NAF) and 22d Services
Squadron facilities. They may conduct personal business limited to purchasing health and comfort items,
food or drinks while conducting theseeir walk throughs.

24.2.2. Directed Runs (D-Runs), Community Policing Initiatives and Selective Enforcement. Security
fForces oOperations fFlight and individual Security Forcesecurity force patrols will use available crime
analysis, special interest items, community concerns or commander requests to determine the best method
of pro-active policing. Use military working dog teams whenever possible.
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24.2.2.1. D-Runs are designated law enforcement patrol activities conducted for an extended period of
time (usually 30 to 60 minutes) in specific areas and focusing on particular types of criminal activity.
They may be conducted on foot, in a vehicle, or on mounted bicycle patrol.
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24.2.2.2. Community Policing Initiatives (CPIs) involve interaction by ssSecurity ffForce patrols and the
McConnell community, specifically in high traffic facilities and Services Squadron or AAFES facilities.
Security ForceSecurity force patrols should conduct a walk-throughs of designated facilities familiarizing
themselves with the facility, its occupants and routine activity while presenting a “police presence” to the
community.

24.2.2.3. Selective enforcement involves individual sSecurity Forceecurity force patrols who focus on
selected concerns of the criminal justice and McConnell community based upon available time, resources
and personal initiative.

24.2.3. Building Checks. Owner/user agencies are primarily responsible for security of their resources.
Security ForceSecurity force patrols assist by conducting random checks of high-risk facilities. Security
ForceSecurity forces Operations section develops a list of facilities for patrols to check during their shift.
All AA&E facilities must be checked once every 24 hours by sSecurity Forceecurity forces during non-
duty hours for the owning agency. Other facilities are selected based on their importance to the wing’s
mission or vulnerability to criminal or terrorist activity.

24.3.4. Directed Antiterrorism Measures (DATM’s) were developed and implemented to encompass the
installation and local area. The program is used in conjunction with the Random Antiterrorism Measure
(RAM) program and is implemented by the Installation Antiterrorism Team and Threat Working Group
(TWG). The ATT and TWG analyze local threat intelligence, information and data. Once the data is
collected the ATT and TWG compare information against local vulnerabilities to determine risk to base
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operations. Once the risk is established, the ATT and TWG recommend courses of action to 22 SFS/CC
in order to reduce risk to the installation. The 22 SFS/CC and ops staff reviews the recommended courses
of action and unless there is a problem, executes the course of action, then records the outcome in the SF
blotter. DATM’s incorporate the Integrated Base Defense concept to use information superiority to direct
the appropriate security level that is aggressive yet effects-based, instead of requirements based. The
directed measures are performed by any available patrol and can be executed to counter terrorist and
criminal threats.

24.2.3.4. Directed Antiterrorism Measures (DATMs). The DATM program is a sSecurity Forceecurity
forces-centric program that provides the Chief, Security ForceSecurity Forces a methodology for rapidly
employing courses of action and countermeasures to threats against the installation. It supplements the
overall wing Random Antiterrorism Measure (RAM) program. Both programs should be effects -based
and threat driven. DATMs can be quickly adapted to changing threats at the direction of the CSF while
RAMs are coordinated through the Installation Antiterrorism Advisor (22 ARW/XPA). DATMs also
support Integrated Base Defense principles by using information superiority to direct an appropriate level
of security that is aggressive yet effects- based versus requirements- based. Refer to 22d Security Forces
Squadron Operations Order XX –XX, Directed Antiterrorism Measures Program, for additional                      Comment [MJM10]: Make sure we get the right
                                                                                                               number here -Capt M
information.

24.4. All security force members and security force augmentees will have as a minimum the following
equipment as qualified: whistle, operational flashlight, web gear (for M-9 and M-4/M-16), cold and foul
weather gear, CAC, restricted area badge, flight line competency card, body armor, helmet, GOV/Civilian
drivers license, ear protection, gas mask with filter, night vision as required, pen, patrolman notebook and
required DD and AF forms.

Chapter 25. – Protection of Funds Movements.

25.1. On-Base Funds Transfers.

25.1.1. The owning agency transports $7,500 or less with no escort provided and without prior
coordination with sSecurity Forceecurity forces. It is recommended that a cell phone be in the vehicle in
case of emergencies.

25.1.2. Transfers of over $7,500 but less than $25,000 will be transported to any point on base by two
unarmed personnel from the owning agency. Owning agency personnel must notify the MERC dispatcher
of the following:

25.1.2.1. Name of person from the activity doing movement.

25.1.2.2. Name of escort(s), which will be recorded in the sSecurity Forceecurity forces blotter.

25.1.2.3. Location of start and destination of movement.

25.1.2.4. Description and license plate number of the vehicle being used to transport the funds.

25.1.2.5. Route to be taken during movement.


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25.1.2.6. Estimated time of arrival at destination. Note: The MERC dispatcher will monitor the time of       Formatted: Font: Not Bold
departure and arrival. If the arrival time exceeds the normal limits, the MERC dispatcher will place a
phone call to the facility and if deemed necessary, implement anti-robbery procedures.

25.1.3. Transfer of $25,000 or more will require an armed sSecurity Forceecurity forces escort. Notify
the MERC dispatcher and identify the facility and the need for an escort. Escorts will be recorded in the
Security Forcesecurity forces blotter.

25.2. Off-Base Funds Transfers.

25.2.1. . Transport of funds off base requires no prior coordination with sSecurity Forceecurity forces.
Transporting agencies must have communication capability to request emergency response.

25.2.2. Transfer of funds off base over $7,500 but less than $25,000 requires two escorts provided by the
owning agency.

25.2.2.1. The owning agency must provide its own means of transportation and two unarmed guards.

25.2.2.2. Security ForceSecurity forces will provide escort to base entry control points for government
funds over $25,000. These escorts will be recorded in the sSecurity Forceecurity forces blotter.


25.3. Escort Responsibilities. Security ForceSecurity forces or support forces and fund carriers are
mutually responsible to be in a position to continuously observe one another from the originating point to
the destination point. Where a robbery occurs or is attempted, the following applies:

25.4. Where support force personnel are transporting/escorting, take immediate actions commensurate
with applicable Anti-Robbery actions outlined in this instruction.

25.54. AAFES, DECA, and banks may use armored car services.

25.56. Funds Owning agency personnel should take no action to endanger their lives when sSecurity
Forceecurity forces are tasked with funds escorts. Security Forces will take appropriate actions to
apprehend offenders. At no time will Security Forces members handle the funds being protected.

Chapter 26. – Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E).

26.1. Storage and Security Procedures.

26.1.1. Munitions Storage Areas (184 ARW/MXS) follow the same instructional guidance for protection
standards as outlined by AFI 31-101, Chapter 23 and 22 ARW ISP.

26.1.2. Owner/user personnel will report all munitions status changes to the MERC as they occur. A
daily check report is required between 1600-1700 hours. Owner/user personnel are responsible for
notifying the MERC of changes; however, the dispatcher will follow-up and report any discrepancies to
S-3FOSR.

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26.1.3. Master key systems will not be used for two or more facilities, rooms, doors, storage areas or
vaults. Master key systems may be used on storage racks and cases located inside locked facilities.

26.1.4. Firearms must be monitored at all times if they are outside of an approved storage facility. If
weapons are found unattended, the commander with operation control of weapons must initiate an
investigation and notify the CSF. The CSF may request additional investigative assistance from the
sSecurity Forceecurity forces iInvestigation section or AFOSI. A copy of all reports generated in
reference to the unattended weapons will be forwarded to 22 SFS/S-3FOSR.

26.2. Protection of Weapons during On-Base Movements and Exercises.

26.2.1. All agencies transporting weapons must notify sSecurity Forceecurity forces upon initiation and
termination of the movement. This notification must include:

26.2.1.1. Type and quantity of weapons

26.2.1.2. . Starting and ending points

26.2.1.3. Name of person in charge of the detail

26.2.1.4. Route of travel.


26.2.1.5. To avoid drawing attention to the weapons, to the extent possible, keep them out of sight.

26.2.2. Weapons processed for deployments are not required to have armed guards at the staging area
while awaiting shipment but must be under constant surveillance and control of a dedicated guard.
Weapons issue and turn-in points for personnel deploying during actual contingencies or exercises are not
required to have armed guards.

26.2.2.1. When a field armory is established for any type of exercise, the field armorers will not be       Formatted: Font: 12 pt
armed. The real world security force patrols will provide security for the armory. The field armorer will   Formatted: Not Highlight
have a hand-held radio and direct contact with the MERC to sound the alarm in case of emergencies.


226.2.3. On base movements of Category II, III or IV weapons as defined by 5100.76-M and AFI 31-101
are not required to have an armed guard. Personnel transporting these weapons must have the capability
to contact the MERC or their unit control center during an emergency.

26.2.4. Transporting government owned weapons in a privately owned vehicle is not authorized.

26.2.5. Requirements in of this section may change based on local threat conditions. As determined by
the Threat Working GroupTWG or the 22 ARW/CC, additional requirements may be placed on the
movement during increased FPCONs (i.e.e.g. armed guards). Weapons movements may also be stopped
altogether.

26.3. Protection Standards. Standards and procedures for protecting weapons vary according to their risk
category. All weapons and munitions in inventory have been assigned a risk category. To determine the
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risk category of any item of ordinance, consult the stock number user directory available through supply
channels. In addition to construction requirements for storage facilities, the following guidance applies:

26.3.1. Very High and High Risk Weapons or Munitions. Very High and High Risk weapons storage
facilities are protected by at least two levels of IDSE, one of which must be a volumetric, motion or other
interior area sensor, unless continuously manned or under continuous surveillance.

26.3.2. Medium and Low Risk Weapons or Munitions will be protected as directed by HQ AMC/A7SO
based on an assessment of the local threat, vulnerabilities and cost effectiveness. Refer to DoDD
5100.76M for additional guidance.

26.3.3. Protection of weapons during off-base movements will be done IAW AFI 31-101, Chapter 23.

26.4. Reports.

26.4.1. Unit commanders will immediately contact the MERC, who will in turn notify the CSF and the
RPM, to report any incident involving loss, theft, recovery, or inventory gains and/or losses of
government arms, ammunition, or explosives. The CSF will notify AFOSI and MAJCOM SF
immediately of significant incidents. Other reports will be completed IAW AFI 31-101, paragraph
23.11.1.2.2.

26.4.2. The RPM is responsible for the Annual Report of Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives. The
MERC will immediately notify the RPM when notified of any lost or found government arms,
ammunition or explosives.



Chapter 27. – Intrusion, Detection and Duress Alarm System Procedures.

27.1. Installation, Maintenance, and Management of Alarm Systems.

27.1.1. Alarm detection systems are installed and maintained IAW AFI 31-101.

27.1.2. The RPM (S-3-SR) and Electronic Security Systems (ESS) NCO (S-4-RS) are is responsible for
the overall management of the installation Intrusion Detection System (IDS). Coordinate all requests to
establish a new alarmed area, or change an existing alarmed area through the 22 SFSRPM/ESS NCO. All
new alarm systems must be compatible with the current 22 SFS alarm system. Duress buttons will be
located in a position which will allow the user to activate the duress in such a manner to avoid arousing
suspicion and would go unnoticed.



27.1.3. All base facilities that store over $25,000 during non-duty hours are required to be equipped with
an IDS system. IDS for other facilities are directed by regulations, Air Force Instructions instructions or
are determined by the risk to the facility or personnel, i.e.e.g., Life Skills, ARW/CC office and Aarea
Ddefense Ccounsel.

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27.1.4. Alarmed area facility custodians will forward an authorization letter to 22 SFS/ESSSFOSR
NCOS-4S listing all personnel authorized to open/close alarmed facilities. The ESS NCOS-4S and /S-
3FOSR will update the listing on the MERC and the Advantor system database. Custodians will update
the letter when additions are made to the list. Deletions can be made by a telephone call to the alarm
system administrator and do not require the authorization letter to be reaccomplished.

27.1.5. Owner/users, 22 CES, and the Security Forcesecurity forces alarm system administrator are
responsible for ensuring the proper functioning of alarm systems. Notify 22 CES Alarm Maintenance or
the sSecurity Forceecurity forces alarm system administrator if a facility generates two or more nuisance
alarms in a 24-hour period. The following priority will be given to repairs: , catastrophic failures, major    Formatted: Not Highlight
malfunction and then partial failures. For partial failures Table 20.1. will be used to prioritize repairs.

27.1.6. In the event of an alarm failure, a 22 SFS patrol will provide surveillance of AA&E facilities until
the owner/user arrives. The owner/user will provide surveillance until the alarm is repaired or the
resources are transferred to an alternate alarmed location. For all other facilities, sSecurity Forceecurity
forces will contact the facility custodian and request them to respond to the facility. Security
ForceSecurity forces will not provide surveillance for the facility.

27.1.7. Facilities protected by intrusion detection systems must prominently display AFVA 31-232125-
20, which states “Warning! !! This Facility is protected by an Intrusion Detection Alarm System.               Formatted: Font: Italic
Warning!!!”.                                                                                                   Formatted: Font: Italic
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27.1.8. Test one component of the alarm system monthly and the entire alarm system quarterly. The              Formatted: Font: Italic
custodian will keep a record of these tests using the AF FmForm 2530, Alarm System Test Record.
Verification of alarm tests will be conducted during resource protection or controlled area surveys.
Maintain the AF FmForm 2530 for 90 days. Cabinet tamper switches will be tested by 22 CES/Alarm
Contractors during all repairs and scheduled periodic maintenance checks.,                                     Formatted: Not Highlight


27.1.9. Unannounced alarm activation procedures are listed in the Installation Security Plan, Tab A to
Appendix 3 to Annex C/Robbery Procedures. At a minimum, all gates will be closed during
unannounced alarm activations at AA&E facilities.

27.2. Alarmed Facility Opening/Closing Procedures.


27.2.1. Alarmed area custodians are responsible for insuring all personnel authorized to utilize the IDS
system are familiar with opening/closing procedures.



27.2.2. Personnel authorized to open/close alarmed facilities must be identified on the alarmed facility’s
access letter originated by the unit’s resource protection manager and maintained at the MERC.

27.2.3. Authorized personnel will activate and deactivate the alarm system utilizing the keypad and their
Personal Identification Number (PIN). A call to the MERC is not needed unless the authorized user
detects an unusual circumstance before or after utilizing the keypad. Call the MERC prior to entering the
area or utilizing the IDS system if anything appears out of order with any part of the IDS.

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27.3. Special Requirements. The MERC maintains a list of prioritized alarmed facilities. The facility
with higher priority will be responded to first in the event of simultaneous alarm activations.

27.4. Robbery/Duress Response Procedures. Refer to the ISP, Tabs A and C to Appendix 3 to Annex C

Chapter 28. – Key Control Procedures.

28.1. Responsibilities. The 22 ARW/CC has delegated the authority to designate key and lock custodians
to squadron commanders. Using agency supervisors establish procedures for controlling keys (to include
spares) to all locked structures, gates and containers (unless governed otherwise).

28.1.1. Designate, in writing, a key and lock custodian to monitor the custody and handling of keys and
locks. Also, designate in writing personnel authorized to issue or receive keys. Other personnel must not
be given the key container lock combination.

28.1.2. Maintain AF FmForm 2432, Key Issue Log, to record key issue or turn-in and to document key              Formatted: Font: Italic
inventories. AF FmForm 2432 contains the signature of the person receiving the key, the date and hour
the key was returned and the signature of the person receiving the returned key. Dispose of completed
forms IAWaccording to AFMAN 37-139.

28.1.3. Account for keys at the end of each duty shift during which the key container is opened. Maintain
a list of all accountable locks and keys for this purpose. If the key container is not opened for extended
periods of time, account for the keys weekly.

28.1.4. Conduct inventories of keys and locks semiannually. Keep inventory records in unit files and
dispose of them according to AFMAN 37-139. This inventory must be conducted by a disinterested
person with no responsibility for the assets or unescorted access to the area.

28.1.5. When persons, such as duty officers, are charged with the responsibility for protecting or
otherwise having keys immediately available, they should sign for a sealed container of keys. When the
sealed container of keys changes hands, the unbroken seal is evidence that the keys have not been
disturbed.

28.1.6. Maintain spare keys and high security padlock control keys separately from primary keys.

28.2. Storage. Keys must not be left unattended or insecure. Store keys in a GSA-approved safe or metal
box made of at least US number 20-gauge steel or material of equivalent strength that is secured by a
three-position, GSA-approved combination lock. Metal key boxes used to store keys to facilities
containing AA&E are stored in a safe or fastened to the building to prevent easy removal.

28.2.1. When the facility (or container) is opened, lock padlocks to the staple or hasp to prevent the theft,
loss or substitution of the lock. If the key is lost or compromised, replace or re-cylinder the lock.

28.2.2. Maintain keys to arms or munitions storage facilities separately from other keys. Make sure they
are accessible only to persons whose official duties require them. Keep a current roster of these people
within the unit, agency or organization and keep the list protected from public view.

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28.2.3. Where arms and munitions are stored in the same area or areas, storage keys may be maintained
together but separate from keys to other non-storage areas. The number of keys must be held to the
minimum needed.

28.2.3.1. If keys are lost, misplaced , or stolen, replace or re-cylinder affected locks at once. The use of a
master key system and master keying of combination locks is prohibited.

Chapter 29 – Base Photography Procedures

29.1. Photography on MAFB is permitted without approval in all areas except for restricted and
controlled areas (See Chapter 18 for related procedures). Photographers taking pictures of restricted areas
from inside or outside the restricted area boundary will be stopped, questioned and identified by
security/support forces. Changes or additions to these requirements may be made on short notice as
determined by wing leadership.

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Attachment #1

             GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION

References

Department of Defense 5210.41M, Nuclear Weapon Security Manual

Air Force Instruction (AFI) 31-101, AFI 31-101 SUP 1/AMC 1, The Air Force Installation Security
Program

AFI 31-401, Information Security Program Instruction

AFI 31-501, Personnel Security Program Management                                                    Formatted: Font: Italic




AFI 36-3026(I), Identification Cards For Members Oof The Uniformed Services, Their Eligible Family   Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 12 pt,
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Members, And Other Eligible Personnel
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22 ARW, OPLAN 31-1, Installation Security Plan (ISP)

Abbreviations and Acronyms

AA&E                 Arms Ammunition and Explosives
CAT                  Crisis Action Team
CWC                  Chemical Weapons Convention
DNA                  Defense Nuclear Agency
EAL                  Entry Authority List
EC                   Entry Controller
ECP                  Entry Control Point
EOD                  Explosive Ordnance Disposal
ESRT                 External Security Response Team (RAM unit may fill this requirement)
FCDNA                Field Command Defense Nuclear Agency
FMC                  Flight line Maintenance Complex
IG                   Inspector General
ISC                  Installation Security Council
ISRT                 Internal Security Response Team
KSANG                Kansas Air National Guard
MAFB                 McConnell Air Force Base
MAJCOM               Major Command
MAPA                 Mass Aircraft Parking Area
MERC                 McConnell Emergency Response Center
MOC                  Maintenance Operations Center
MRABL                Master Restricted Area Badge Listing
OPR                  Office of Primary Responsibility
OST                  Open Skies Treaty
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PSI                    Personnel Security Investigation
RAB                    Restricted Area Badge
RAM                    Random Antiterrorism Measure
RPM                    Resource Protection Monitor
RF                     Response Force
SAV                    Staff Assistance Visit
SC                     Installation Security Constable
SIF                    Special Information File
START                  Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty
UBS                    Unit Battle Staff
S-3S                   Security Forces Operations
S-3SR                  Security Forces Resource Protection
S-3SS                  Security Forces Physical Security
S-3SF                  Security Forces Installation Constable
S-3O                   Security Forces Flight Operations
S-4S                   Security Forces NCOIC, Electronic Security System
S-5B                   Security Forces Pass and Registration
S-5BV                  Security Forces Visitor Center
S-5I                   Security Forces Information/Industrial Security
S-5R                   Security Forces Reports and Analysis
S-5L                   Security Forces Police Services

Terms

Air Force Physical Security Program. The formal security activity established by Air Force AFI 31
series publications, that secures the vital components of weapons systems and essential direct support
systems from hostile operations.

Alert Aircraft. Aircraft, which are fully serviced with combat crews, assigned to launch within a
specified period of time after receipt of a launch order.

Circulation Control. The control of entry, exit and internal movement of personnel, material and vehi-
cles in restricted and controlled areas.

Clear Zone. A belt of terrain extending at least 30 feet on both sides of a boundary barrier (i.e.e.g. fence
line). For dual barriers, the 30-foot zone extends out from the outer barrier and inward from the inner
barrier. Within the zone, all objects and terrain that could conceal an intruder or obstruct vision must be
removed.

Close-In Exclusion/Security Area. A small area established to contain one or more nuclear weapons or
weapons systems and located within a larger restricted area. It is the innermost zone of security control
for nuclear weapons. The close-in security area is always a “no-lone zone.”

Contractor. A company or individual with a formal contract to do a specific job, supplying labor and           Formatted: Font: Bold
materials or providing and overseeing staff if needed. This definition also describes individuals pursuing
a bid.

Controlled Area. Must be designated in writing by the installation commander. It carries the same legal
and moral restrictions as a physical barrier. Unless physical barriers are specifically required, the actual   Formatted: Centered
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control may depend entirely on the security consciousness of the personnel working within the area.
Limits of the controlled area must be clearly defined. Posting signs on the boundaries of the controlled
meets this requirement.

Covered Wagon. Initially, a Covered Wagon report is an unclassified up-channel telephone report
(designator IMMEDIATE or FLASH) sent up the same channel and in the same format as a Helping
Hand report. Covered Wagon reports inform higher level headquarters of an incident (probably or
actually hostile) affecting Protection Level 1, 2 or 3 resources occurred at an installation or dispersed site.
The 22 ARW/CC is the terminating authority for Covered Wagon reports on MAFB.



CChemical Warfare Code. A locally devised code. Utilized during exercise chemical operations.
When utilized these codes will be classified for official use only.

Chemical Weapons Convention. An inspection comprised of foreign officials and their escorts
who inspect for compliance with chemical weapons treaties.

Demarcation Line. Marks the borders of an area. Fences, ropes on stanchions, painted lines, walls or
jersey barriers may accomplish demarcation of a restricted area.




Duress Code. A predetermined word or procedure that, if used, indicates the user is under duress. All
personnel who have unescorted entry into any protection level restricted area use the duress code. Note:
The CSF will publish duress codes every six months unless compromised. Duress codes are classified
“For Official Use Only”, and are distributed to all McConnell personnel who have unescorted entry in
restricted areas.

Entry Control Point (ECP). A location for the admission of personnel, vehicles and equipment into
established restricted areas.

Escort. To exercise surveillance and control over a visitor who does not possess a valid restricted area
badge with the proper area open and has been authorized entry into a restricted area by an escort official
on a one-time basis to perform an official task.

Escort Official. The escort official is responsible for vouching and escorting personnel who do not
possess unescorted entry authorization, but have a valid need to enter a restricted area. Personnel with a
valid AF FmForm 1199, USAF Restricted Area Badge, with the proper area open can escort anywhere on
the mass aircraft parking area (MAPA) and temporary PL3 restricted areas.

Force Protection Condition Alerting Message (FPCAM). A down-channel alerting order from either a
major command (MAJCOM) Command Post or the HQ USAF operations center, advising of a situation
which could pose a threat to protection level resources and may direct the implementation of FORCE
PROTECTION CONDITIONS.

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Free Zone. An area temporarily established inside a restricted or controlled area that facilitates the
movement of equipment and personnel by limiting or eliminating the need for entry prerequisite for
personnel entry as stated in AFI 31-101 and AFI 31-501, USAF Personnel Security Program. Entry
requirements are determined by the ISC. This is accomplished or validated by the chairman.

Friendly Forces. Military, government and civilian agencies identified as being available for assistance.

Helping Hand. A Helping Hand is an unclassified message relayed by the McConnell Emergency
Response Center (MERC) to the installation command post of an incident, possibly hostile, affecting
Protection Level 1, 2 or 3 resources. Incidents are reported to the MERC by any means available by
anyone who witnesses or discovers the problem. The installation command post should not immediately
relay the information to higher headquarters. The Security ForceSecurity forces will immediately
investigate the situation.


Installation Commander. An officer who commands a host support unit, host wing, or higher level host
unit, and has been identified by administrative order or command directive as the “Installation
Commander.” They discharge the duties directed by United States statutes or Air Force directives to be
performed by the “Installation Commander.” Here at MAFB, the installation commander is the 22
ARW/CC.

Installation Security Council. The commander or designee of each installation that supports protection
level resources appoints the Installation Security Council (ISC) to implement programs for the protection
of personnel, property and resources under their control. The ISC is the single governing body
responsible for installation security. Programs must meet DoD and Air Force protection criteria.

No-Lone -Zone. An area where the “two-person concept” must be enforced because it contains nuclear
weapons, nuclear weapon systems or certified critical components in which access is denied to a lone
individual. Terms “close-in security area” (CISA) in AFI 31-101 and “exclusion area” in DoD 5210.41M
are the same as the term “no-lone zone” when nuclear weapons are present.


Protection Level Resources. Air Force operational resources that are secured under the Air Force
Physical Security Program. Protection level resources are divided into four categories: Protection Level
“1”, “2”, “3” or “4”. On MAFB, protection levels are assigned to resources vital to mission
accomplishment.

Open Skies Treaty (OST). OST aircraft perform aerial surveillance of designated areas to ensure
compliance with established treaties and strengthen the capacity for conflict prevention and crisis
management. See Open Skies base Compliance Plan Annex A for further information.

Red Ball Maintenance. Maintenance personnel dispatched to correct problems with aircraft requiring a
quick launch and where the launch would be delayed if the problem is not corrected immediately.

Response Force (RF). Armed Security ForceSecurity forces units capable of responding to any incident
involving PL resources.

Restricted Area. An area under military jurisdiction in which special security measures are employed to
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resources designated as Protection Level 1, 2 or 3, and equates to the term “"limited area”" as specified in
DoD 5210.41M for areas containing nuclear weapons.

Security Contingencies. A security response in support of a specific situation which may or may not
require the posting of additional sSecurity Forceecurity forces, and may or may not exist over an extended
period of time.



Security Forces Post Priority. The CSF is given the authority to establish post priority lists and, when
required, to change the priority of assigned posts to meet mission needs. A complete list of all sSecurity
Forceecurity forces post priority charts is contained in the Installation Security Plan and published as
limited distribution.

Security Threat. Security operations are designed to detect and react to possible hostile events aimed
toward protection level resources. FORCE PROTECTION CONDITIONS have been developed and


tailored to MAFB to support increased threat levels. Exact procedures are contained in the Installation
Security Plan and the MAFB Supplement to AFI 10-401.

Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty Team (START). An inspection team comprised of foreign officials
and their escorts that inspect MAFB resources and areas under the provisions of the START.

Support Force Personnel. Owner/user personnel working in or around a restricted area. They support
the Security ForceSecurity forces by applying internal controls within the area, and in some cases, by
providing armed support of Security ForceSecurity forces. Those personnel working in the vicinity of a
restricted area support the security forcesecurity force by remaining alert and reporting suspicious
activities.


Temporary Restricted Area. An area under military jurisdiction in which special security measures are
employed to prevent unauthorized entry. This area is only a restricted area when protection
level resources are present. This term “restricted area” refers to those areas that contain Air Force
resources designated a security priority, and equates to the term “limited area” as specified in 5210.41M
for areas containing nuclear weapons.

Vendor. One who sells goods or service without a specific contract.                                            Formatted: Font: Bold


Visitor. Someone who is sponsored on base by an individual who and who is coming for social or                 Formatted: Font: Bold
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Attachment #2 – Sample Security Education and Motivation Training/Evaluation Checklist

   22 SFS/S-3SFOSS, INSTALLATION SECURITY                                                                          PAGES 1 OF 1 PAGES
CONSTABLE
SECURITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING                                                                               Date of Checklist: 7 Apr 02
EXERCISE EVALUATION CHECKLIST                                                                                 Date of exercise
ACTIVITY TESTED: __________________________________ Bldg # _______ Rm # ____                                                      Yes   No   N/
INITIAL CHALLENGING OFFICAL: ___________________________________ __________DP: __________                                                    A
EXERCISE CONTROLLER: ___________________________________________________________________
EXERCISE OBSERVER: _____________________________________________________________________
EXERCISE PERPETRATOR:_____________________________________________________________

FAILURE TO COMPLETE BOLDED ITEMS WILL RESULT IN A UNIT “NO GO” RATING

1. Was the perpetrator observed by unit personnel?

2. Was the perpetrator stopped prior to being allowed access to sensitive areas or protection level resources?

3. Did the unit member observing the unknown individual notify other workers about the perpetrator?

4. Did unit personnel make contact with or challenge the perpetrator?

5. Did the initial challenging official;

   a. Remain calm?

    b. Positively identify the unknown person with an official form of identification such as AF Form
    1199 (if in a restricted area), a DD Form 2 series (for military members) Government ID Card, (for government
    employees on the installation for official duties), Civilian ID Card (for civilian employees working at MAFB KS), or
    a Contractor Badge of the proper color (red for normal contractors, green as an escorting contractor, and yellow
    for unescorted entry inside the FMC.

   c. Determine if the credentials authorized the perpetrator to be in the area he was located?

    d. Determine if the individual was under escort?

   e. Ensure the individual was able to identify his/her escort?

    f. Contact the escort to verify he was escorting the perpetrator?

    g. Use the minimum amount of force necessary during contact?

   h. . If determined to be unauthorized did the challenging official escort the perpetrator to an area where he had
   additional personnel for protection, if safe to do so?

6. Did the challenging official or another office worker call the McConnell Emergency Response Center?

7. If unsafe to challenge or escort did the challenging officials obtain a detailed description and monitor the perpetrators
location and activities until the arrival of Security Forces?

8. If safe to do so, was the perpetrator detained, if safely possible until the arrival of Security Forces?

9. Was the effected area protected until arrival of Security Forces if necessary?


Additional Comments
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EXERCISE RATING: GO / NO GO
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Attachment #3 – Sample Large Group Visitation Request




                            YOUR LETTERHEAD STATIONARY
                                                                                     DATE

 MEMORANDUM FOR 22 SFS/S-5BVFOXI

 FROM: Your Name or Name of Organization

 SUBJECT: Base Visitation

 1. Request the following people be allowed access to McConnell AFB from (start time)
 to (end time) on (date(s)) to attend (event/activity/function) being conducted or held at
 (location, building, facility, etc.):

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   Name             First Name            SSN/Drivers License          DOB                     0.25" + 0.5" + 0.75" + 1" + 1.25"
                    (Note 1)
                                          Auburndale,                        Jonathan M.
                    123-45-6789           12 Dec 76
                    Brown, ,              Joe E                              Kansas K16-       Formatted: Tab stops: 3", Left + 5.69", Left
 89-64325           25 Mar 56

                    Brown,                Joseph E                           987-65-1234       Formatted: Tab stops: 1.38", Left + 3", Left
                                                                                               + 5.69", Left
   12 Dec 76
                                          Cherry,                            Richard L
   654-23-9871      12 Dec 76
                    Downing,              Thad S.                             Illinois E089-
 67-3498            12 Dec 76

 2. Direct any questions the POC at to the undersigned at home phone, work phone, and
 e-mail address if applicable.


                                                 PAYROLL SIGNATURE
                                                 JOHN L. SMITH, MSgt, USAF

 (Note 1: When two people have a similar name or initials, please provide SSN or
 drivers license number to assist in identifying both of them.




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                                                                      McConnell AFB YOUTH SUPERVISION GUIDELINES
Note: The ages specified are the maximum ages and are based on the child’s ability to demonstrate age-appropriate behavior. Children who do not consistently demonstrate age appropriate behavior should not be
given the same degree of self management responsibilities. In all instances below where a “yes” is indicated, the parent is responsible for using reasonable judgment and for any incident or mishap (not considered
preventable) which occurs.

Age of Child       Left without        Left without sitter in      Left alone overnight.         Outside unattended            Left in car unattended          Child sit siblings           Child sit others           Formatted
                     sitter in          Quarters for more                                        (to include playing)
                   Quarters for          than two hours.
                   two hours or
                        less
  Newborn
Through Age              No                       No                          No                           No                             No                            No                         No
      4
Age 5 through                                                                                   Yes; playground or yard
    Age 6                No                       No                          No                 with immediate access                    No                            No                         No
                                                                                                (visual, sight or hearing
                                                                                                    distance) to adult
                                                                                                     supervision***
Age 7 through                                                                                   Yes; with access to adult     Yes; except in hot weather;
    Age 9                No                       No                          No                       assistance            keys removed and handbrake                 No                         No
                                                                                                                             applied. 5 minute max in hot
                                                                                                                             weather 15 in other weather,
                                                                                                                                   adult within sight


    Age 10         Yes; with ready      No for 10 year old; 11                                                                  Yes; keys removed and          Yes; 11 year old or
 through Age        access phone         year olds only with                  No                          Yes                    handbrake applied             6th grade minimum                   No
      11            number to an            access to adult                                                                                                         for 2 hours
                        adult           assistance for no more                                                                                                    maximum*/**
                                              than 2 hrs.


    Age 12                               Yes during daytime                                                                                                                                       Yes*
   through               Yes           hours before curfew; not               No                          Yes                             Yes                          Yes*              12 year old or 7th grade
    Age 14                                   after curfew                                                                                                                                         min.

   Age 15                                                          Yes; responsible minors                                                                      Yes; however this         Yes; does not include
through High             Yes                     Yes               age 15 and older may be                Yes                             Yes                   does not include            sitting overnight
   School                                                          left overnight alone. 17                                                                      sitting younger
 Graduation                                                          and older may be left                                                                      sibling overnight
                                                                   alone for a few days not
                                                                    to exceed 5 consecutive
                                                                      days. These minors
                                                                        must have adult
                                                                   supervision available to
                                                                     make periodic checks




* “Capable Kids” by youth Center or other source required
** Red Cross baby-sitting training or equivalent required
*** Adult supervision is defined as someone who has or assumes responsibility for the child, e.g. parent, guardian, care provider, friend.
                                 Attachment 5


                                                                                 Formatted
   PROCEDURES FOR REQUESTING
      SPECIAL EVENT PASSES
Notification letter to 22nd SFS/S-5BVFOXI, Pass and registration section is
required 5 3 duty days prior to the event. Please bring enough paper for the
number of vehicle passes you will need. Please bring enough paper with
you for the number of vehicle passes you will need.


Notification letters must contain the following information:
  1. The name of the event
  2. The location of the event (please include specific building numbers)
  3. The earliest time guests will be arriving at the gate and the latest time
      they will be leaving the installation
  4. The date of the event. For multiple day events include a start and end
      date
  5. The sponsor’s name and contact number (cellular number is preferred)
  6. A list of all personnel attending the event in alphabetical order
          a. This list must contain Last Name, First Name and SSN or
             Drivers License and State of issue for each individual.

         See the sample letter on the reverse side of this document.

                              *** NOTE ***
 All guests over 18 years of age requesting entrance to McConnell AFB
  must have a valid state or federal issued picture identification card.

Anyone wishing to drive on McConnell AFB must provide the following:
   1. Current Drivers License
   2. Valid Proof of Insurance
   3. Valid Vehicle Registration
Drivers must also:
   1. Ensure that all passengers are wearing seatbelts at all times
   2. Follow all posted speed limits and traffic regulations

                            *** NOTE ***
  All privately owned vehicles entering McConnell AFB are subject to
                         search prior to entry
                               (No less than five three days prior to the event) 15 Dec 03

MEMORANDUM 22nd SFS/S-5BVFOXI

FROM: SPONSOR’S FULL NAME

SUBJECT: Special Event Notification

1. On ____(date of the event)_____, I will be sponsoring ___(Name of Event)___,              Formatted: Line spacing: Double




   at ___(Location of the event)___. My guests will begin arriving at McConnell AFB

   at



   __(time)__, and will depart then installation no later than __(time)__. I am fully

   aware of my responsibilities as a sponsor to control my guest while that are visiting

   McConnell AFB I have



   included a list of names and identification numbers.
                                                                                             Formatted: Header, Indent: Left: 0", Tab
                                                                                             stops: 5.13", Left + Not at 5.69"

2. Below is a list of names and identification numbers of my visitors.                       Formatted: Underline
                                                                                             Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, Not
                                                                                             Bold
Last Name           First Name               SSN/Drivers License             DOB             Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, Not
                                                                                             Bold, No underline
 Auburndale,        Jonathan M.              123-45-6789                     12 Dec 76
 Brown,             Joe E                    Kansas K16-89-64325             25 Mar 56       Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, Not

 Brown,             Joseph E                 987-65-1234                     12 Dec 76       Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, Not
                                                                                             Bold, No underline
 Cherry,            Richard L                654-23-9871                     12 Dec 76
                                                                                             Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, Not
 Downing,           Thad S.                  Illinois E089-67-3498           12 Dec 76       Bold
                                                                                             Formatted: Font: Not Bold, No underline
                                                                                             Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, Not
                                                                                             Bold
                                                                                             Formatted: Indent: Left: 0", Tab stops:
                                                                                             0.13", Left + 5.13", Left
                                                                                             Formatted: Tab stops: 5.13", Left
3. If you have any questions concerning this event please contact me at __(Contact
phone number)__.                                                                             Formatted: Tab stops: 0.13", Left + 1.38",
                                                                                             Left + 3", Left + 5.13", Left + 5.69", Left
                                                                                             Formatted: Font: Century Schoolbook
                                                                                             Formatted: Centered

                              FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
                                   Sponsors signature
                              Sponsors signature block




 Authenticated by:   ______________________________
                                 22 SFS / S-5BVFOXI




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                                    VEHICLE SEARCHES

1. Search technique:
   The following is a systematic guide that will be used to thoroughly inspect government and
   personal vehicles for the presence of improvised explosive devices. The search begins before
   you leave your vehicle.
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       a. Prevention
          1. Be suspicious but avoid being paranoid.
          2. Check your vehicle at irregular times, not in predictable pattern.
          3. Always lock your vehicle.
          4. Let a fine coat of dust/dirt remain on the vehicle surface or apply talc powder to
              help detect tampering, or keep a darker colored vehicle clean (mirror effect).,
              Eeither way, be cognizant of the way your vehicle appears upon departure.
          5. If possible, use transparent tape on vehicle doors, trunk, and hood to help to detect
              tampering. This system should be inconspicuous to prevent it from being used
              against you.
          6. Install two bolts in an “x” pattern over the open end of the exhaust pipe. The fuel
              tank is a preferred location, as the fuel will act as an enhancing element to an
              appreciable degree. Use a locking gas cap and install or have installed a wire
              mesh material in the mouth of the filler tube to prevent would be terrorist from
              introducing reactive materials in a soluble casing. This would effectively turn the
              fuel tank into a pipe bomb.
          7. Park on hard surfaces to prevent items from being hidden around your vehicle,
              also park in a well-lit area with security guards if possible.
                                                                                                     Formatted: Left
          8. Remove floor mats and hubcaps, open dash compartments and visors.

       b. Exterior Search
                                                                                                     Formatted: Left, Indent: Left: 0.75", No
          1.1. Unless your vehicle has been under 24-hour guard, always assume that it may           bullets or numbering
          contain a bomb. Here's how you will search your vehicle to find that bomb.                 Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
                                                                                                     Formatted: Left, Indent: Left: 0.75"
          NOTE: If you find a suspicious item, do not touch it. Contact the Explosive
          Ordnance Disposal (EOD) unit. Know your vehicle well inside and out so you can
          quickly recognize something amiss.
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                                                                                       Formatted: Left, Indent: Left: 0.88", No
2.2. If possible, search in pairs. Start by searching the area around the vehicle.     bullets or numbering
This begins as a long-range recon. Search the area surrounding the vehicle first.      Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

Continue searching as you move closer.
3.3. Examine the exterior surfaces of the vehicle. Look for signs of tampering:
wires hanging, doors, hood or trunk left ajar. Also examine the immediate area
surrounding the vehicle, look for money, spit, cigarette butts, matches on the
ground, or anything indicating a person(s) was in the area of your vehicle.
4.4. Check the film of dust or talc powder for disturbance.
5.5. Examine the door or trunk lock been modification. Look for signs of forced
entry. Evidence such as scratched paint, and tool marks would indicate tampering.
6.6. Look closely for any slivers of tape or wire lying around inside or outside of
the vehicle.
7.7. Look for any unusual marks on the ground.
8.8. Examine the ground near the wheels for any signs of digging (if hard surface
parking not possible).
9.9. Check the gas tank area. Particular attention should be given to this area.
Remove the cap and look inside the neck of the fuel tank.
10.Check in and around the exhaust pipes.
11.10. Check the undercarriage. Use a long-handled mirror to help in your
search, these mirrors do not provide depth perception and limit the angles of view.
This limitation could prevent you from finding a device as the undercarriage has
many crevices requiring observation from multiple angles. The way to accomplish
a thorough search of the undercarriage is to get under the vehicle, either on your
back (creeper tools aid this search) or standing if you have a ramped search area.
12.11. Look for disturbed dirt, suspicious tape, wires, or objects that indicate
suspicious activity.
13.12. Look in the wheel wells and behind the bumpers in the concave recesses. It
is recommended that you turn your wheels to the extreme left or right to aid in
search the wheel wells.
14.13. Use extreme caution when searching any external compartments. Open just
short distance initially, look (aid of a flashlight), and then feel gently with your
finger (not a credit card) for a trip wire. If nothing suspicious is found, the
compartment can be opened all the way.
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     15.14. Inspect all other locations that could conceal a device: steps, handholds, and
     the canvas covers of tactical vehicles.
                                                                                              Formatted: Left

c. Interior Search
                                                                                              Formatted: Left, Indent: Left: 0.75", No
   1.1. Use extreme caution! Always look inside before you move inside. Use                   bullets or numbering
   unexpected access ways to enter the passenger compartment (not drivers side door, or       Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

   right rear door).
   2.2. Looking through the windows, for anything suspicious? Look for anything that
   has changed since the vehicle was last parked.
   3.3. Has anything been added: A package or briefcase that does not belong?
   4.4. Do not touch anything yet. Make a visual search of the interior. Look under and
   around the seat. Never rest your hand on the seat until you have verified that
   there is no device in or under the seat.
   5.5. Look at the carpet, (floor mats removed) for any suspicious bulges. Look
   underneath and completely around the seat including behind it.
   6.6. Look around and behind all the other seats.
   7.7. Check the ashtray and seatbelt.
   8.8. In sedan type vehicles, pay special attention to the right rear passenger seat.
   9.9. Carefully check the glove compartment (leave glove box open).
   10.10. Look under the dash.
   11.11. Use a flashlight to check the air-conditioning ducts and other cavities.
   12.12. Carefully examine the visors and mirror for signs of tampering.

d. Engine and Trunk Search
                                                                                              Formatted: Left, Indent: Left: 0.75", No
   1.1. Open the hood slightly initially, looking and feeling gently for wires along the      bullets or numbering
   entire length of the hood on three sides.                                                  Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

   2.2. Raise the hood to its full extension to search of the engine compartment and
   firewall completely.
                                                                                              Formatted: Left
        a. First, look for any strange or new looking wires attached to the battery, to the
        clutch, coil, accelerator, or any power-operated equipment.
        b. Check in the cavities for anything that looks like it doesn't belong and
        anything suspicious.
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         c. Open the air filter and look inside. Pay detailed attention to the spark plug
         wires, the distributor, the ignition system, and the exhaust manifold.
                                                                                             Formatted: Left, Indent: Left: 0.75", No
   3.3. Open the trunk just a small distance. Look and feel for wires along all the edges.   bullets or numbering
   Then open it to check all the items inside the cargo area. Examine the false bottom of    Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

   the trunk where the spare tire is stowed, this is an ideal location for a device.
   4.4. Start vehicle, verify all functions/circuits work, warm vehicle to standard
   operating temperature (approx. 3 minutes), and then proceed.
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Try to develop a keen sense of awareness to the potential danger in your area. Look for
suspicious persons observing your vehicle/actions, holding a transmitter device, and
measuring distances in your operating location. Search your vehicle at irregular times,
but always use the same routine so you do not overlook anything. Know your car well so
you can recognize anything suspicious. If you find a suspicious item, do not touch it.
CCall EOD immediately. The minutes spent searching your vehicle can mean a lifetime
for you and your passengers.




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