3. Did the subscription contract sign a 2062 for TDY staff or staff in the hospital`s personal effects? If not, is there an exception to the policy memorandum commanders that explains why? 3. Information on gun ownership. Check whether current government and local legal data on the possession, registration and possession of private weapons are published on the Unit Bulletin Board or next to the weapons room. (a) Check to see if the safest door in the weapon room is allowed with a “high-security padlock,” DA or DOD. 5. Defence companies must respect written authorization to remove prisoners of war from the weapons room. Check that the written authorization is recorded in the file until the weekly inventory is carried out after the weapon is returned to the weapon room or the weekly inventory after the sale/ETS/weapon and disposal, and that it is no longer kept in the weapon room. f. Handquitien: Check that the Armorer is signed for everything in the weapons room by checking: (a) Check the shelves of weapons or containers of less than 500 pounds are secured or attached to the structure in groups of more than 500 pounds.
a) Check that the unit has an SOP for the armament room, signed by the current commander, and that it has been verified and updated over the past year. Check to see if the tank, auxiliary tank and weapons room officer have read and know the provisions of their SOP. 2. Inventory book. The armor player should keep all his weekly and monthly inventories in a notebook in the weapon room. 2. Will Form DA 3749 (weapon card) be issued to persons who store prisoners of war in the weapons room? 1. Memorandum of Seals. For each seal, check a sealed object memorandum signed by the person who made the inventory (if the armor player) is attested by another E6 or higher that says: 2.
Have you read the regulations. Check that the armor tank, auxiliary and armor officer (at least) have read objects (d) and (e) above. 8. Acceptance of orders by the commander. Make sure the current commander takes the commands stored in the armor book. When the commander is gone and the XO takes command, the Armament Room will have a copy of the order he has accepted and will keep them in the armor book for the duration of his “commando”. B. Access lists: Is access to the weapons room controlled? 1. Inventory ME. Check to see if the unit commander has signed a memorandum with instructions for carrying out inventory of serial items. The unit should have each SSG and more, which is able to perform inventories, reads the MOI and signs a rolling chart.
The ME must state: c) When a person goes to school for more than 90 days, they cannot distinguish equipment from the weapons room unless that equipment accompanies the person on TDY (i.e. an act that is too special). (d) Those who sign the memorandum should sign their printed name, name, NSS and position. B. SARS safety. Check that the RPD administrator stores all SARP in a secure container (secured by a 200 or 5200 series lock) in the power room. 5. DEH MFR for manufactured arm rack.
Make sure weapons lockers and containers meet safety specifications. (a) Check that the unit has issued an escorted access plan that limits access within the company to personnel who must enter the weapons room.