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A  S  S  I  G  N  M  E  N  T      9 “Contingencies.” Textbook Assignment: Chapter 8 (pages 8-11 through 8-51). Learning  Objective  (continued): Identify  the  public  affairs goals  in  a  contingency  situation and  the  importance  of  planning for an emergency. 9-1. If  a  CO  determines  classified material has been photographed at an accident scene, the film will be confiscated. When this occurs,  what  should  the  cognizant PAO  convey  to  the  photographer involved? 1. The  command  has  no  intention of  limiting  news  coverage only 2.  The confiscated film will be returned  once  the  classified materials  are  removed  from the film only 3. Both 1 and 2 above 4. The command iS not liable for any damages to the film while it is in government custody 9-2. Who should a PAO call if film or videotape  is  confiscated  due  to the  photographing  of  classified material? 1. CHINFO 2. Area coordinator 3. ASD  (PA) 4. Chief  investigator,  NIS 9-3. A  naval  station  PAO  confiscated the film of a local newspaper photographer  because  it  contained classified  materials  photographed at an accident scene on base. What, if anything, should the PAO do to compensate the photog- rapher? 1. Provide a fresh roll of film identical to the one confis- cated 2. Pay  the  photographer  a  fair market  price  for  the  confis- cated film 3. Give  the  photographer  another chance to photograph the unclassified  accident  scene 4. Nothing 9-4. A  Navy  helicopter  crashes  in a  residential  neighborhood, exposing  classified  equipment. What should a PAO do to lessen the chances of the media photo- graphing  the  equipment? 1. 2. 3. Personally  contact  news  media leadership and warn against photographing  the  equipment Contact  civilian  law  enforce- ment  officials  and  request permission for Navy personnel to cordon off the area and cover the equipment Post armed guards at the crash site and prohibit news media  access  until  further notice Ask the CO to declare the area a National Defense Zone as long as media interest remains  high 4. 86

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