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MIL-HDBK-1013/12
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Example Number 3:  Level of Protection.  This example
illustrates how an analyst would determine the level of
protection for assets presented in Example No. 2.  The example
begins with structure <3> of Figure D-2.  Table E-5 presents the
analyst's actions for this example.
Table E-5
Actions for Example Number 3
Action
Action
Procedure
Figure
Structure
Number
Number
Number
1
Do Level of Protection procedure
Planning
Figure D-2
<2>
2
For communications equipment:
Level of Protection
Figure D-19
<1>
3
For Exterior tactic:
<2>
4
Select level of protection, use Table D-
<3>
31: get L for Low.
5
Enter level of protection on worksheet:
<4>
enter L. See Figure E-13.
6
Is level of protection too high or too low?
<5>
No.
7
Repeat actions 4 through 6 for all remaining tactics: ballistics and forced entry.
8
Do Collateral Damage Assessment
Level of Protection  Figure D-19
<7>
9
Are bomb tactics a threat? Yes.
Collateral Damage  Figure D-21
<1>
Assessment
10
Repeat actions 2 through 9 for all remaining assets: office equipment, high-ranking military
personnel, administration staff and back up generator.
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