805C-PAD-3594 (SL3) – Store Classified Information and Materials
805C-PAD-3594 (SL3) - Store Classified Information and Materials
Standards: Classified information and materials were placed in appropriate storage containers.
You are a squad/section leader. Given
classified material, storage containers, and
Classified information and materials were
placed in appropriate storage containers.
1.Determine storage and safekeeping requirements.
a. Determine security
b. Determine locks.
c. Determine access
2.Maintain physical security.
a. Establish responsibility
for securing and controlling
b. Establish records for
recording security of classified
c. Train section personnel
on security requirements for
To evaluate this task give a scenario that
would require soldier to perform the
performance measures. This will require
simulated containers, locks, DA Form 702, a
list of section personnel with varying
security clearances, documents marked with
various levels of security classification
(marked "classified for training
purposes only"), format for security
check assignment, and classified document
Soldier: Tell the soldier he will be
evaluated on his ability to select the
appropriate container for each document
concerned and indicate who would have access
to which container.
1.Determined storage and safekeeping requirements.
a. Determined proper
who had access authorization.
2.Maintained physical security.
responsibility for securing and
controlling classified area.
records for recording security of
section personnel on security
requirements for classified
Guidance: Score the soldier GO on
performance measures passed. Score the
soldier NO GO on any performance measures
failed. The soldier must score a GO on all
of the performance measures to receive a GO
on the task. If the soldier scores NO GO,
show him what was wrong.
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