f. The ACCLAIMS is a computer system that provides automatic data processing support to COMSEC
accounts. Only the CCSLA can approve deviations or exceptions to set policies and procedures.
(1) It allows a custodian to automatically issue or transfer keying material by short title.
(2) It allows a custodian to maintain COMSEC holdings of subaccounts and hand receipt holders.
(3) It prints a listing of holdings for subaccounts/hand receipt holders.
(4) When used, ACCLAIMS ends the need for DA Form 2008, DA Form 2009, DA Form 2011, DA
Form 2011-1, and DA Form 4669-R.
(5) There are four levels within ACCLAIMS.
(a) Level 1-CCSLA.
(b) Level 2-Blue Grass Army Depot.
(c) Level 3-Theater CLSC, Europe.
(d) Level 4-User COMSEC accounts.
g. The CMCS uses the numeric ALC to show the minimum accounting controls needed for COMSEC
material. The ARKAG 2 lists these ALCs. The ARKAG 2 is a master listing of all Army COMSEC material.
a. TB 380-41 series, Procedures for Safeguarding, Accounting and Supply Control of COMSEC
Material, contains procedures used to account for COMSEC material.
b. AR 710-2, Supply Policy Below the Wholesale Level, describes using unit property books. Army
classified COMSEC equipment is identified in the unit property book. However, that inclusion only reflects
authorization and identification data. The TB 380-41 series contains specific data on the terminology and
limitations involved in this accounting.
c. The materiel management policies in AR 710-2 are followed, except when COMSEC is specifically
d. User accounts are COMSEC accounts that have been set up solely to manage organic COMSEC
equipment. User accounts do not have specified supply or maintenance support missions. AR 710-2 is the supply
guide for such accounts.