2 Terminal Learning Objective ACTION: Control Weapons and Ammunition in the Arms RoomCONDITION: In a classroom, given the responsibility to control weapons and ammunition in the unit arms room. Given Ar , AR , AR 25-50, AR , AR 710-2, DA Pam , Sensitive Items Listing, DA Form 2062, DA Form 3161, Master Authorization List, DA Form 5513, access roster, weapons/ammunition control log, local forms program and a computer.STANDARD: The student will control weapons and ammunition in the arms room without losing supply accountability in accordance with AR , AR , AR 25-50, AR , AR and DA Pam
3 ResponsibilitiesThis regulation does not relieve responsible or accountable officers of their responsibility to account for property.Persons issued or holding AA&E are responsible for properly securing such property while it is charged or entrusted to their care.
4 Responsibilities Commanders and custodians of AA&E will Comply with AREnsure all necessary measures are taken to safeguard AA&E at all times.Report all lossesFix responsibility when negligence is determined
5 Responsibilities Commanders and custodians of AA&E will (continued) Ensure AA&E storage facilities are checked, inventoried and inspected as required by ARAppoint in writing a PS/arms room officerMaintain an updated notification rosterEnsure security of any nonsensitive AA&E
6 Construction of Facilities Arms shall be stored in facilities meeting the design criteria in AR , App G.WallsCeiling and roofFloorsDoorsWindows
7 Construction of Facilities Provisions are mandatory for construction of new permanent land based installations that store sensitive AA&E.Qualified engineer personnel will verify the structure composition of AA&E storage facilities.Statements will be prepared on DA Form 4604 and will be posted in each AA&E storage facility.Engineer will normally revalidate the statement every 5 years.
8 Security of AA&E During Training AA&E deployed in the field for training or operational purposes will be secured at all times.Field Level Munitions Storage Area (FLMSA).Storage of Weapons on vehicles.
9 Inspections and Audits The garrison commander will ensure the PS inspections are conducted IAW ARAdditionally conduct PS inspections as follows:For new AA&E storage facilities, and before and immediately after occupancy.After a forced entry or attempted forced entry with or without theft.When units have received an unsatisfactory rating , re-inspection will be within 6 months.When AA&E are deployed in the field for training and operation.
10 PersonnelCommanders will be selective in assigning personnel to duties involving AA&E.Screen and evaluate personnel using DA Form 7281.Commanders will determine the reliability and trustworthiness prior to assigning duties involving AA&ESecurity screening checks will be repeated every 3 years and documented on the DA Form 7281.
11 Intrusion Detection System The IDS is an essential part of the PS system.Central Monitoring Station.Response Force.Alarm CircuitrySensorsPersonal Identification Numbers (PIN)SignsMaintenance
12 Arms Racks and Storage Containers When not in use, arms will be stored inside approved standard racks or a locked container.All weapons racks and storage containers will be secured with approved secondary padlocks.Racks and containers weighing less than 500 pounds will be secured to the building or chained together in groups totaling over 500 pounds.
13 Security LightingInterior and exterior lighting will be provided for all arms storage facilities.The lighting will be sufficient to allow guards to see illegal acts.Areas appropriate for lighting include entrances, corridors and arms rooms.Light switches will be installed so that they are not accessible to unauthorized individuals.Exterior lights will be covered with wire mesh screen or equipped with vandal resistant lenses.
14 Doors, Locks and Locking Devices Doors used for access to arms storage rooms or structures will be locked with approved high security locking device.High security padlock must be used on the most secure door of the arms room when using double door protection.A secondary padlock will be used to secure the other door of the double door concept.
15 Additional Controls Rendering weapons inoperable When to render inoperableStoring removed itemsReserve Component weapons.
16 Consolidated Arms Room Arms belonging to more than one unit or organization may be stored in the same arms room.One commander will be designated as the landlord and be responsible for overall physical security.Access controls will be established to ensure protection of each unit’s arms.Arms and other sensitive items will be segregated by unit.
17 Privately-Owned Weapons and Ammunition Commanders will establish procedures and publicize punitive policies that regulate privately-owned weapons, explosives, or ammunition to include war trophies.Secure arms and ammunition belonging to Soldiers living on the installation in the unit arms room in locked containers separate from military AA&E.Account for and inventory privately owned arms and ammunition when inventorying Government AA&E.A DA Form 3749 will be issued for each POW stored in the arms room.Withdraw POW from the arms room only upon the approval of the unit commander or designated representative.
18 Restricted Area Posting Areas where arms are stored will be designated as “Restricted Areas”.Place signs at each entrance or approach to the restricted area.Restricted area signs will be posted at eye level.Restricted area signs will be posted in English and local language in areas where English is not the only common language.
19 Unaccompanied Access Roster Will be prepared to inform an individual of specific job designation.Individuals will be placed on memo after being screened and evaluated.
21 Unaccompanied Access Roster Unaccompanied Access Roster will be kept within the unit, agency or organization.Protect Unaccompanied Access Roster from public view.Forward a copy to the Provost Marshall.Place a completed copy of memo in the unit files.
22 Key and Lock ControlsOnly approved locks and locking devices will be used.Keys will be signed out to authorized personnel on aDA 5513.Keys and combinations used for AA&E storage will NOT be removed from the installation.Keys to locks securing key containers will be afforded physical protection equivalent to that provided by the key container.
23 Key and Lock Controls (cont) The key control register will be maintained at unit level.Completed key control registers will be retained for 1 year.Keys to AA&E storage buildings, rooms , racks and IDS may be secured together in the same key container.Maintain a primary and secondary set of keys, stored in separate containers.AA&E keys will not be left unattended or unsecured at any time.
24 Key and Lock Controls (cont) In the event of lost, misplaced, or stolen keys, a commander’s inquiry (investigation) will be conducted immediately.Key and Lock CustodianLocks and their keys will be inventoried by serial number semiannually.Change combinations to locks on vault doors annually or as required.
25 DA5513 Zandis Spencer Ken Starr Zandis Spencer HHC, 13th Military Police Battalion (Arms Room)17 Oct 20XX255943213233543DA55133421137899394001 - 617 Oct XX0730Zandis SpencerKen Starr17 Oct XX1730Zandis SpencerZandis SpencerKen StarrZandis Spencer
27 Receive weapons from the SSA Verify weapons are for your DODAAC.Verify that the item matches receipt description.Count all items.Inventory COEI
28 Receive weapons from the SSA Verify serial numbers.Check condition of the items.Sign the receipt documents.Secure weapons in arms room racks and storage containers.
29 Master Authorization List Obtain unit personnel roster.Obtain unit property book or hand receiptMAL is locally producedAssign weapons by using MTOE and duty positionKeep MAL updated
30 Master Authorization List HHC 13th MP BNFort Lee, VA 238011M9Miller, KathleenCPTCDRM Knepper, Dave SG SG1M16A2Freeman, LouieSSGMotor Pool2M16A2UnassignedM16A Waltrip, Darryl PFC CommoM16A Maintenance1M249Robinson, EileenSPCSupply2M249Unassigned
31 DA Form 3749Used to assign responsibility for property that is issued to the same person for brief recurring periods.Prepare for each individually assigned weapon.Prepare and issue a new DA 3749 when a new member is assigned to the unit, when a different item is assigned or when the card is lost, mutilated or destroyed.New cards do not need to be made when there is a new commander.
32 DA Form 3749 Kathleen Miller Louie Freeman HHC 13th Military Police Battalion1Rifle, 5.56mm M16A2Arms RoomFreeman, LouieKathleen MillerLouie FreemanSSG
33 DA Form 3749Surrender only the DA Form 3749 if for 24 hours or less.Surrender the DA Form 3749 and sign the Weapons/Ammunition Control Log if over 24 hours.When weapons are returned, close out the control log and return the DA Form 3749.For crew served weapons:Prepare a DA 3749 for each authorized userWhen the weapon is withdrawn surrender the DA 3749 and sign the weapons/control log regardless of the time period
34 Weapons/Ammunition Control Log The unit must maintain a Weapons/Ammunition Control Log.The Weapons/Ammunition Control Log is produced locally.Keep completed control logs in the unit active file until completion of next serial number inventory.
35 Weapons/Ammunition Control Log HHC 13th Military Police BattalionFort Lee, VA 2380121 Oct XX1/M16A221 OctFreeman, LouieLouie Freeman
36 Issue Unassigned Weapon on DA 3161 X1Temporary Hand Receipt1SG Dave KnepperArms Room, HHC 13th MP BN UIC: WBAKT0R95035Rifle 5.56mm M16A2Ser No11.EA1INOTHING FOLLOWSKenn StarrDave Knepper20XX SGT Ken Starr20XX SG Dave Knepper
37 Weapons/Ammunition Control Log HHC 13th Military Police BattalionFort Lee, VA 2380121 Oct XX1/M16A221 OctFreeman, LouieLouie Freeman2/M16A Oct Knepper, Dave Dave Knepper
38 Issue Unassigned Weapon using DA 2062 Armsroom, HHC 13th MP BNFort Lee, VA 23801SPC Howard ScottHHC 13th MP BNM09009TM July 91Machine Gun 5.56mm, M249 Ser NoNEA11Howard Scott, SPC, 21 Oct 20XX
39 Weapons/Ammunition Control Log HHC 13th Military Police BattalionFort Lee, VA 2380121 Oct XX1/M16A221 OctFreeman, LouieLouie Freeman2/M16A Oct Knepper, Dave Dave Knepper2/M Oct Scott, Howard Howard Scott
40 Receive Weapons back into Arms Room Receive weapons butt first with the bolt locked to the rear and weapon on safe.Clear the weapon IAW the operator’s manual.Place selector lever in the semi position.Close the ejection port cover.Place weapon in appropriate rack.Return DA Form 3749 to the soldier.Complete the turn in section of the Weapons/Ammunition Control Log.
41 Weapons/Ammunition Control Log HHC 13th Military Police BattalionFort Lee, VA 2380121 Oct XX1/M16A221 OctFreeman, LouieLouie Freeman22 Oct Armorer Initials2/M16A Oct Knepper, Dave Dave Knepper22 Oct Armorer Initials2/M Oct Scott, Howard Howard Scott
42 Change of Custody Inventory Conduct Change of Custody Inventory when responsibility of the arms room storage keys is transferred between authorized personnel.Record the results of the inventory on a DA Form 2062.Identify any discrepancies.Person receiving the arms room keys will sign the DA Form 2062.
43 Change of Custody Inventory CommanderHHC 13th MP BNArms Room CustodianRifle 5.56mm M16A286Machine Gun Cal 50, M24Machine Gun 7.62mm, M240B4Pistol 9mm, M915Cartridge 5.56mm100Cartridge, 9mm40Container protected by Seal# which contains 1500 Rounds of 5.56mm Ammunition1Container protected by Seal# which contains Rounds of 5.56mm Ammunition1John Madden SPC 22 Apr 20XX
44 Change of Custody Inventory Obtain copy of DA Form 2062 from Outgoing Arms Room Custodian.Conduct a Joint Physical Inventory.Acknowledge Receipt of Arms Room.File completed Inventory Forms
45 Change of Custody Inventory CDR, HHC 13th MP BNArms Room CustodianRifle 5.56mm M16A28686Machine Gun Cal 50, M244Machine Gun 7.62mm, M240B44Pistol 9mm, M91515Cartridge 5.56mm100100Cartridge, 9mm4040Container protected by Seal# which contains 1500 Rounds of 5.56mm Ammunition11Container protected by Seal# which contains Rounds of 5.56mm Ammunition11John Madden SPC 22 Apr 20XXJstudent Signature/Rank/Date
46 Conduct Monthly Inventory of Weapons Appoint qualified personnel to conduct inventory.Same person will not conduct inventory consecutively.Unit Armorer will not conduct inventory.Unit Armorer can provide assistance.
47 Conduct Monthly Inventory of Weapons Compare the serial number of weapon with listing.Make a list of any recorded differences.Ensure proper documents are on hand for weapons that are not present.
48 Conduct Monthly Inventory of Ammunition Inventory Ammunition by listing it byPurpose:Basic LoadOperational LoadTrainingDODICLOT NumberQuantity OH/Quantity Signed Out
49 Conduct Monthly Inventory of Ammunition List quantities shown on sealed or banded containers of ammunition.Do Not Break Sealed or Banded Containers.Record the results of inventory.Report discrepancies to Responsible OfficerResponsible Officer reports discrepancies to PBO.
50 Conduct Monthly Inventory of Ammunition Correct any discrepancies discovered.DA 4949 to correct makes and models.Serial number differences per ARFile completed serial number inventory.2 years if no discrepancies noted.4 years if discrepancy noted
51 Summary Identify Physical Security procedures for the Arms Room Maintain Key Control.Receive weapons from the Supply Suppot Activity (SSA).Create a Master Authorization List (MAL).Prepare DA Form 3749.Create a Weapons/Ammunition Control Log.
52 Summary Issue individual assigned unit weapons. Issue unassigned weapons using DA Form 3161.Issue unassigned weapons using DA From 2062.Receive weapons turned-in by soldiers using the Weapons/Ammunition Control Log.Conduct Change of Custody Inventory.Conduct monthly inventory of weapons and ammunition in the arms room.