(1) Requesting unit's complete address.
(2) Unit identification code (UIC).
(3) Telephone (DSN and commercial).
(4) COMSEC account number (if the unit has one).
(5) Facility location. For example, the building floor, and room number.
(6) Point of contact and telephone number.
(7) Type of request (initial request, update, and so forth).
(8) Classification information. This is the highest classification for the COMSEC material that will
be used or stored.
c. The approving authority needs to know about the facility's physical characteristics.
(1) State whether the facility is fixed, mobile, or transportable.
If it is not fixed, identify its
configuration by nomenclature.
(2) State the facility's primary purpose. This is based on:
(a) Operations (supporting crypto operations).
(b) Distribution. For example, its primary mission will be COMSEC logistic support. That is, it
will be a COMSEC logistic support facility (CLSF).
(c) Maintenance. For example, a direct support activity.
(d) Research-development-testing and evaluation.
(e) Administrative. This is set up for holders of accountable COMSEC material. It is used for
(f) Storage. This involves short or long-term storage between operational use in a tactical
environment, for training, or for exercises.
(g) Other (explain).
(3) Identify the general cryptosystems held or requested. The mythological designator (NESTOR or
VINSON) identifies these. If no designator is available, identify the equipment by its short title and end item.
(4) Describe the planned physical security measures. These include the overall construction, walls,
ceilings, floors, windows, door, access control, and other measures to