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Figure 2-5.—Example of a Registered Pouch or Jacket using a USPS registered tin band seal. suitable  for  mailing  or  whether  it  should  be  sent  by other  approved  means. Destruction   of   Classified Material Classified   material   is   destroyed   by   burning   or   by pulping,   provided   destruction   is   complete   and reconstruction   is   impossible.   Equipment   that   bears   a security   classification   is   destroyed   by   smashing beyond   recognition.   Equipment   may   also   be   jettisoned in   water   of   sufficient   depth   to   prevent   recovery. Destruction   bills   of   particular   activities   include lists  that  show  the  locations  of  classified  material, personnel   responsible   for   its   destruction,   and   the recommended   place   and   method   of   destruction. Classified   material   is   destroyed   during   emergencies when   there   is   danger   that   it   may   be   compromised. Communication  material  receives  first  priority.  Of  all communication   materials,   cryptographic   material   is destroyed   first.   Generally,   the   order   of   destruction follows   the   classificatione   —the   highest   classified material   is   destroyed   first. Q1l.   When   sent   through   the   US.   mail,   Confidential material   must   be   enclosed   in   an   envelope   or   a container   that   is   double-sealed   to   prevent   what type   of   problem? Q12.   In   addition   to   burning,   what   other   methods   may be   used   to   destroy   classified   material? SUMMARY We   discussed   the   physical   security   provided   to   all mail   and   the   Information   and   Personnel   Security Program  as  it  applies  to  classified  material  sent  in  the mail.   We   also   discussed   the   requirements   for maintaining   the   security   of   mail   and   equipment, random   inspections,   probable   cause   searches,   and what  to  do  if  a  suspected  letter  or  parcel  bomb  is  found. Finally,   we   discussed   the   proper   destruction   of classified    material. 2-9

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