Why It Is Important To Secure Sensitive Items
Sensitive Items is a range of items which varies from those which are essential to the mission to those which contain information which is sensitive in nature (i.e. giving access to secure communication, movement of troops, their equipment, support lines or the general idea of the mission.) There are many reasons these items need to be secure and accountability maintained for them. Some of these reasons include the potential to pose a threat to mission success if fallen into the wrong hands, the ability to complete the mission if not maintained by the troops themselves, the security of those around you if not maintained, and the ease and flow with which the mission must go on to be effective. The improper securing of a quick release snap, an adjustable d ring attaching strap, or either of the female portions of the leg strap release assembly can and may very well result in the improper function of the single point release harness when activated or before on an airborne operation. This will result in the inability of the paratrooper to properly exit an aircraft with combat equipment, release his equipment and safely make it to the ground with the tools necessary to conduct a follow on mission. In the case of a quick release snap, the m 1950’s weapon’s case will be improperly secured, potentially resulting in the loss of the trooper’s weapon, optic, and laser; three sensitive items which make up the life blood of a paratrooper’s job. Securing an item means putting it in a location where it is safe from removal by the wrong person (any person not designated with where said item is located and how it is held fast in place) as well as preventative action to avoid the item falling out of place and becoming lost or otherwise accidentally unaccounted for. Methods of securing items are placing it in a container (pouch, bag, pelican case, etc.) which can be sealed and attached to a larger piece of equipment, or the trooper’s...
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