“Standards: Prevent unauthorized personnel, packages, and/or vehicles from entering the installation.
1. Determine if the person attempting entry is a pedestrian or is in a vehicle.
NOTE: If the individual is a pedestrian, skip to step 7.
2. Perform a visual check of the exterior front of the vehicle as it approaches.
a. Look at the windshield or bumper and verify that the DOD decal is visible and valid.
b. Observe the approach of the vehicle for anything that would arouse suspicion and indicate foul play or terrorist activity.
3. Stop the vehicle by using hand-and-arm signals.
DANGER: ALWAYS POSITION YOURSELF SO THAT YOU ARE HIGHLY VISIBLE TO TRAFFIC WITH GOOD APPROACH SIGHT DISTANCE, AND WEAR A REFLECTORIZED VEST SO THAT THE VEHICLE DRIVER CAN SEE YOU EASILY. NEVER STEP INTO THE PATH OF AN APPROACHING VEHICLE TO DIRECT MOVEMENT OR STOP THE VEHICLE.
a. Position yourself so you are on the driver's side (where the center line of the road would be) of the approaching vehicle.
b. Assume the basic stance.
(1) Stand with your feet about shoulder width apart so that your weight is evenly distributed. Do not lock your knees or tense your body.
(2) Let your arms hang naturally.
(3) Hold your head and body erect, but not stiff.
c. Direct the vehicle to stop.
(1) Look toward the vehicle.
(2) Extend your left arm up and out to the front, parallel to the ground. Ensure that your hand is straight and fingers extended, with the palm of the hand facing the oncoming traffic.
4. Identify the driver and vehicle occupants.
a. Identify each occupant by physically taking possession of and looking at their military or DOD ID card, state driver's license, or another form of a state or federal government-issued photo ID card.
(1) Compare the photo to the...