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Figure 2-3.—Example of a letter bomb
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Purpose of Security Program
Do  not  put  the  article  in  a  bucket  of  water  or  a confined   space   such   as   a   desk   drawer   or   file cabinet. If   time   allows,   open   windows   in   the   immediate area.   This   will   help   to   clear   the   air   of   potentially explosive   gases. It  is  your  job  to  explain  to  your  personnel  that  if they  have  any  reason  to  be  suspicious  of  a  letter  or parcel,  they  must  react  immediately. Make  sure  your  personnel  take  NO  chances  or worry   about   possible   embarrassment   if   the   article turns  out  to  be  harmless. You   should   immediately   contact   the   appropriate officials   for   assistance. For   handling   and   reporting   articles   reasonably suspected   of   being   dangerous   to   persons   or   suspected as   letter   bombs,   refer   to   the   Department   of   Defense Postal   Manual,   DOD   4525.6-M,   Volume   2,   chapter   3. Q5.  A  bomb  could  be  enclosed  in  what  two  basic  types of    packaging? Q6.   For   the   handling   and   reporting   of   articles suspected   of   containing   bombs,   you   should   refer to   what   publication? REGISTERED   MAIL As   the   official   mail   manager,   you   are   responsible for   the   security   and   accountability   of   handling registered   mail.   When   registered   mail   transits   through your  facility  for  further  transfer  (FFT)  to  the  post o f f i c e, c o m p l e te a c c o u n t a b i l i t y, p r o p e r d o c u m e n t a t i o n ,    a n d    t h e    u t m o s t    s e c u r i t y    a re mandatory. Official   registered   mail   transmitted   within   U.S. military   postal   channels   outside   CONUS   is   treated   as if   it   contained   classified   material. You   should   ensure   that   the   people   who   handle registered   mail   keep   the   mail   under   constant surveillance  or  lock  it  in  a  safe  or  vault  until  a  receipt has   been   obtained.   Registered   mail   must   be   kept separate   from   ordinary   mail   and   given   special protection   from   accident   or   theft. Mail   center   personnel   handling   registered   mail must  account  for  each  piece  by  preparing  a  Registered Mail  Balance  and  Inventory  Sheet  (DD  Form  2261)  at the  end  of  a  shift  or  work  day. SECURITY   OF   CLASSIFIED MATERIAL You   may   come   in   contact   with   classified   material in   the   performance   of   your   duties.   Normally,   you   will not   actually   handle   classified   material   except   as registered  mail,  but  you  will  be  expected  to  have  some knowledge   of   the   categories   of   classified   material   and the  rules  of  security  to  perform  your  job  properly.  You should   be   able   to   recognize   classified   material   and know  what  to  do-or  not  to  do—with  it. NAVY   INFORMATION   AND   PERSONNEL SECURITY   PROGRAM T h e    c h a i n    o f    r e s p o n s i b i l i t y    f o r    t h e    N a vy Information   and   Personnel   Security   Program   within the   Navy   begins   with   the   Secretary   of   the   Navy (SECNAV),  who  is  responsible  to  the  Secretary  of Defense   (SECDEF)   for   establishing   and   maintaining the   program   and   complying   with   all   the   directives regarding   protection   of   classified   information.   The basic   directive   is   the   D e p a r t m e n t    o f    t h e    N a vy Information    and    Personnel    Security    Program Regulation,   OPNAVINST   5510.1,   which   incorporates requirements   levied   by   executive   orders,   National Security   Council   directives,   and   public   laws.   Other directives,  including   United   States   Navy   Regulations, 1990,   and   general   orders,   shape   the   security   program in  the  Navy. S E C N A V    h a s    m a d e    t h e    C h i e f    o f    N a v al O p e r a t i o n s    ( C N O )    r e s p o n s i b l e    f o r    p o l i c i e s regarding   the   security   of   classified   information.   The C N O    h a s    d e s i g n a t e d    t h e    D i r e c t o r    o f    N a v al Intelligence   (OP-09N)   as   the   official   primarily responsible   for   seeing   that   an   effective   program exists   that   follows   all   the   directives   issued   by   higher authority.   COs   are   responsible   to   the   Director   of Naval   Intelligence   for   carrying   out   the   Navy Information   and   Personnel   Security   Program   in   their commands.   The   security   manager   is   designated   by the   CO   as   the   direct   representative   in   all   matters affecting   the   security   of   classified   information,   and i s    c h a r g e d    w i t h    t h e    r e s p o n s i b i l i t y    f o r    t h e administration   of   the   program.   Finally,   every individual   who   has   access   to   classified   information is   responsible   for   protecting   that   information according  to  the  OPNAVINST  5510.1. Q7.   Policies   relating   to   the   security   of   Department   of t h e     N a v y     c l a s s i f i e d     i n f o r m a t i o n     i s     t he responsibility   of   what   offlcial? 2-5

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