Headquarters Air Force Space Command AFKAG-1
Peterson Air Force Base Colorado 80914-4100 31 December 1992

Communications-Computer Systems Security


AFKAG-1, 15 October 1992, is supplemented as follows and applies to Headquarters
Air Force Space Command (AFSPACECOM) and subordinate COMSEC accounts/users.

1-8a. Users are authorized to destroy COMSEC material on a routine basis.
Refer to paragraph 4-6 of this AFKAG.

1-11b, Note (2). LMMK disseminates status information on COMSEC systems to
AFSPACECOM COMSEC accounts using AIG 10953.

1-12. COMSEC managers must use caution and not restrict OIs to those specifi-
cally listed. Ensure OIs cover other required COMSEC procedures (as deemed

1-22a. Handling instruction pages or write-in changes must be filed in the back
of the basic publication in ascending order.

2-2h(5). Route unsatisfactory inspection reports through the commander exercis-
ing authority over the COMSEC manager.

2-3a(2)(c), Note. COMSEC accounts must submit their requirements, in writing,
through their local training monitor to HQ AFSPACECOM/LKS, no later than 1 Sep
of each year. Requirements must be submitted well in advance. As an example,
those requirements submitted 1 Sep 92 are input for FY 93 funding approval for
class dates in FY 94.

2-3b. Waiver requests must be signed by the commander exercising authority over
the COMSEC manager.

Table 2-1, Rule 3. Staff sergeants cannot be appointed as COMSEC managers or

2-3c. COMSEC accountants must be FCA briefed.
4-3b. If material is listed on an AFCOMSEC Form 16 separately, then it must
also be stored in a separate locking container.

4-3c. If material is listed on an AFCOMSEC Form 16 separately, then it must
also be stored in a separate locking container.

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4-3h(3)(Added). Classified ALC-4 COMSEC material.

4-5a. Page checks are required for all documents when only one copy per edition
is received.

4-6. All COMSEC aids issued to users must be destroyed by the users, except for
surplus aids which will be turned over to the account for disposition.

4-7a. Responsible officials (NCOIC, Shift Supervisor, etc.) may grant an exten-
sion of up to 24 hours only under emergency situations (i.e., after duty hours).
In all other cases, the extension must be granted by the local commander and
must be in writing.

4-10. Disregard the term "monthly destruction" since it is now considered
routine/regular destruction. The original destruction certificate prepared by
the CRO must be forwarded to the COMSEC account to be filed in the account's
user folder. The CRO retains a copy to be filed in their user folder. Destruc-
tion certificates prepared by the account and/or the CRO must be numbered con-
secutively throughout each calendar year (i.e., D-01-92, D-02-92, etc.) with
each using their own series of numbers. Destruction of all COMSEC aids must be

4-13a. Disregard the term "monthly destruction reports", since these reports no
longer exist. At the user, the CRO or alternate signs the destruction certifi-
cate as the destruction official.

4-13b(2). Since the destruction official at the user level must be the CRO or
alternate, the grade requirements of AFSSI-4005 must be met.

5-3. In a user facility (i.e., open office environment) where COMSEC material
is continuously secured in a safe when not being used, COMSEC access begins at
the safe.

5-3b. At the user facility, the CRO is responsible for verifying clearances for
persons on their access list.

5-3e. If COMSEC access begins at the safe, the AF Form 1109 must be maintained
inside the safe.

5-4e(2)(c). Inventory keys using the SF 701, Activity Security Checklist.

5-5. All AFSPACECOM COMSEC accounts must perform daily security checks using
the SF 701, Activity Security Checklist (or approved equivalent.)

6-4h. Task cards are not required if deemed unnecessary by the OPR of the EAP
and the COMSEC manager.

General, USAF
Lieutenant Colonel, USAF
Director of Information Management