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Identification  of  the  individual  responsible for  the  contents  of  each  container  of  classified material   must   be   readily   available. The individual  so  identified  is  contacted  in  the event   a   container   of   classified   material   is found  open  and  unattended. Care  of  Working  Spaces The  necessary  safeguards  must  be  afforded to   buildings   and   areas   in   which   classified information  is  kept.  Precautions  must  also  be taken  to  minimize  any  danger  or  inadvertent d i s c l o s u r e    o f    c l a s s i f i e d    m a t e r i a l    in conversations. You   must   not   discuss classified  information  in  public  places. Care During Emergencies Commands  are  responsible  for  establishing detailed procedures and responsibilities for the protection  of  classified  material  in  the  case  of natural  disasters,  civil  disturbances,  or  enemy action. Your   command’s   emergency   bill should   provide   for   guarding,   removing,   or destroying  classified  material  on  a  priority basis. TRANSMISSION   OF   CLASSIFIED MATERIAL The  term  transmission  refers  to  any movement  of  classified  material  from  one place  to  another. The  basic  rule  is  that  the material   must   be   in   the   custody   of   an appropriately  cleared  individual  or  in  an approved  carrier  system. Transmission  requirements  are  basic  in nature. Refer  to  the   Security   Manual   for complete  details. Top Secret Top  Secret  material  cannot  be  mailed.  It must  be  hand-carried  by  the  Armed  Forces Courier   System,    the   Department   of   State Courier   System, specifically   cleared   and designated   personnel,   or   transmitted   by   the way  of  a  fully  protected  cryptographic  system. Secret Secret  material  may  be  transmitted  in  the same  manner  as  Top  Secret  or  mailed  in  the U.S.  Postal  Service  registered  mail  system. Confidential Confidential  material  may  be  transmitted by  any  means  suitable  for  Secret  material. First-Class  Mail  service  may  be  used  between DOD  activities  in  the  United  States  or  its territories.  Material  going  to  overseas  APO  or FPO  addresses  is  sent  by  registered  mail. RECEIPT   SYSTEM Top   Secret   material   is   covered   by   a continuous  chain  of  receipts.  Secret  material, as   a   minimum, is   covered   by   a   receipt between   commands   and   other   authorized addressees.  Receipts  for  Confidential  material are  not  required.  The  receipt  form  is  attached to  or  enclosed  in  the  inner  cover. Postcard  receipt  forms  are  used  whenever practical  and  are  unclassified. The   form contains  only  such  information  as  is  necessary to  identify  the  material  being  transmitted. Receipts  are  retained  for  a  minimum  of  2 years. When  a  flyleaf  (page  check)  form  is  used with   classified   publications,   the   postcard receipt  is  not  required. The   Record   of   Receipt,   OPNAV   Form 5511/10,   should   be   used   in   receipting   for classified  material. PREPARATION   FOR TRANSMISSION   AND   SHIPMENT Whenever classified material is transmitted,   it   should   be   enclosed   in   two opaque, sealed envelopes   or similar 8-8

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