Storage & Safeguards
(For the year 2010)
This project adapts the capabilities of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Container Security Device (CSD)
to meet Navy/DoD physical security, explosive safety, anti-tamper, and situational awareness requirements for
munitions transport and storage.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NAVFAC ESC) has been tasked to establish the vulnerability of inservice physical security equipment to current forced entry, covert, and surreptitious threats.
Improved attack technology has advanced to the point where conventional weapon storage magazines often do
not meet physical security requirements.
This project identifies security, operational, and functional requirements for shipboard security containers to ensure
these containers meet storage, shock, vibration and mounting requirements.
This project leverages approved Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Transportation Command
(USTRANSCOM) global communications and tracking tag concepts to provide an automated chain of custody
for weapons and other assets.
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