5 Sep Army Regulation –11 identifies key internal controls that must *This regulation supersedes AR –11, dated 15 November ar physical security of arms ammunition and explosive – Free The DA Form –R (Key Control Register and Inventory) is approved for use to meet. Find the most up-to-date version of AR at Engineering

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The names and duty positions of those persons will be posted inside the arms room. You can publish your book online for free in a few minutes! ARpara b 1. TAB Q When not in use, all arms are secured in arms racks or containers oey the arms rooms. TAB R Personnel are familiar with the two —person rule and ensure it is cohtrol when applicable.

A written record of the inventory will be retained until the next inventory is conducted. TAB Q Arms racks or containers weighing under pounds are fastened together, secured to the wall or floor, or chained together.

Risk level determined from last risk analysis: TAB R Keys to IDS, arms, ammunition and explosive storage areas, arms rooms, racks, containers, and supply room are maintained separately from other keys.

TAB T Triple barrier protection of small arms, ammunition, and explosives will be in effect. ARpara b ; DA Pam This binder is marked FOUO and kept in a locked container when not in use. TAB V Individuals authorized to change combinations on security containers are designated in writing by the commander.


TAB Q A master key system is not used for supply rooms, arms, ammunition, and explosive storage buildings, arms rooms, racks, or containers.

TAB G Windows, vents, and other openings are secured. TAB E The commander has prescribed specific accountability 190–11 security measures for physical security of arms, ammunition, and explosives to ensure that accountability is maintained at all times.


TAB H 2 The combination to the vault is changed annually, after possible compromise or upon discharge, suspension or reassignment of a person having knowledge of the combination. Date of last risk analysis: TAB R Locks are replaced when keys are lost, xontrol, misplaced, or compromised. TAB V The unit keu a current record of all security containers, vault doors, and padlock combinations. TAB C Quarterly serial number inventories of all unit arms are conducted and recorded.


Access to items stored in the supply room are controlled at all times by the supply NCO or other designated individual. TAB S Arms room alarm keys are maintained separately from other keys. TAB C A physical count of weapons and ammunition is recorded each time the responsibility for custody of the arms room keys is transferred. Create your own flipbook. TAB U Arms room key depository meet the required standards. TAB S Inventories of keys and locks are conducted semiannually for vehicle keys and padlocks.


TAB K Arms room doors are equipped with a built-in three position, dial type changeable combination lock. Security lighting, fencing or other protective measures may be warranted based on risk analysis.

The roster is maintained on AGO Form A written record of the inventory is retained for a minimum of one year. A written record of the inventory is retained until the aar inventory is conducted. TAB V The SF Security Container Information is used to record the combinations to locks on vault doors and Class 5 security containers, and it is affixed to the inside of the vault or container, out of view when open.

TAB U 6 All combinations to locks on vault doors or GSA Class 5 security containers are changed annually Recorded on SF or upon the change of 1190-11 key and lock custodians, armorer, or any other person having knowledge of the combination, or when the combination has been subject to possible compromise, or when it is taken out of service.

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