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Section II. HAND RECEIPT
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PHYSICAL SECURITY CODE
CODE
CONFIDENTIAL -- Former Restricted Data
A
CONFIDENTIAL -- Restricted Data
B
C
CONFIDENTIAL
CONFIDENTIAL -- Cryptologic
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SECRET -- Cryptologic
E
F
TOP SECRET -- Cryptologic
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SECRET -- Former Restricted Data
SECRET -- Restricted Data
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K
TOP SECRET -- Former Restricted Data
TOP SECRET -- Restricted Data
L
Naval Nuclear Propulsion Information
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S
SECRET
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TOP SECRET
UNCLASSIFIED
U
SENSITIVE ITEMS
P
An item which is a drug or other substance determined by the Director, Drug Enforcement
Q
Administration (DEA), Department of Justice, to be designated schedule symbol III, IV or
V as defined in the Controlled Substance Act of 1970, and other items requiring secure
storage.
Alcohol, alcoholic beverages, precious metals, drug or other substance determined by the
R
Director,  Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Department of Justice, to be
designated schedule symbol II as defined in the Controlled Substance Act of 1970, and other
items requiring vault storage.
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Sensitive information, prior to disposal, all nameplates, label plates, tags, stickers,
documents or markings, which relate items to weapons system end item application, must be
removed and destroyed.
PILFERABLE ITEMS
I
Aircraft engine equipment and parts.
Handtools and shop equipment.
M
N
V
Individual clothing and equipment.
W
Office machines.
X
Photographic equipment and supplies.
Y
Communications/electronic equipment and parts.
Vehicular equipment and parts.
Z
Pliferable item, due to its size, shape and utility, which does not fall under on of the above
J
categories. Pilferage controls may be designated by the coding activity to items coded U
(unclassified) by recoding the items to J.
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