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DOD - UFC 4-025-01

SECURITY ENGINEERING: WATERFRONT SECURITY

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Organization: DOD
Publication Date: 1 November 2012
Status: active
Page Count: 55
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This document provides a methodology to design AT and physical security systems required to protect waterfront assets. It focuses on the protection of military warships and support vessels but the concepts within may be adopted for the protection of all DoD waterfront assets such as airfields, shore facilities, or other structures immediately adjacent to water.

The examples provided are for illustration only and should be modified and adapted to satisfy installation specific constraints. Issues such as tactics, techniques, and operational procedures are not addressed. However, a well-designed physical security system should not hinder operations and capabilities.

PURPOSE.

Present a unified approach for AT and physical security systems that protect waterfront assets. Commanders, security personnel, planners, designers, architects, and engineers shall use this document when considering AT and physical security systems that protect waterfront assets.

APPLICABILITY.

This document provides planning and design criteria for DoD components and participating organizations. This document applies to all construction, renovation, and repair projects including expeditionary or temporary construction of waterfront facilities associated with waterfront assets onboard DoD installations. This document does not apply to ports of call.

Document History

UFC 4-025-01
November 1, 2012
SECURITY ENGINEERING: WATERFRONT SECURITY
This document provides a methodology to design AT and physical security systems required to protect waterfront assets. It focuses on the protection of military warships and support vessels but the...

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