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MIL-HDBK-1013/1A
4.4
Exterior Site Entry Control
4.4.1
Introduction.  This section summarized the function and location of
measures for controlling entry into a restricted area, minimum DoD
requirements for entry control, and the types of entry control systems
available.  Sources of detailed information regarding entry control systems
are contained in:
o
NAVFAC Design Manual 13.02 Commercial Intrusion Detection
Systems, September 1986.
o
MIL-HDBK 1013/10 Design Guidelines for Security Fencing Fates,
Barriers and Guard Facilities, January 1993.
o
TM 5-853-4, Security Engineering, Electronic Security Systems
Manual, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, February 1993.
o
CEGS 16752 Electronic Entry Control Systems, U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers Guide Specifications, April 1991.
o
SAND 87-1927 Entry Control Systems Technology Transfer Manual,
Department of Energy (DOE)/Sandia Laboratory.
4.4.2
Function and Location.  Exterior entry control is that security
function whereby personnel, vehicles, and materials are identified and
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