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System (PRRS) to aid in the integration of construction materials and
intrusion detection components.  In very limited high security applications,
the automated response devices noted in Figure 3 may also be considered
required or appropriate.  Present DoD policy specifies that these devices be
nonlethal.  Barrier/delay elements will be issues of concern in the planning
of Restricted Area countermeasures (OPNAVINST 5530.13 Department of the Navy
Physical Security Instruction for Sensitive Conventional Arms, Ammunition
and Explosives (AA&E) and OPNAVINST 5530.14) and various information
security requirements (DIAM 50-3 Physical Security Standards for Sensitive
Compartmented Information, OPNAVINST 5510.1G, etc.).  With the increasing
attention and use of electronic access control devices, the configuration of
portals and the channeling of personnel through ingress and egress points is
becoming more of a concern as well.
2.3.1  Barrier/Delay Subsystem Elements.  The various elements which will
typically be encountered in Navy facilities include, but are not limited to,
the following:


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