On June 30, 2014 I saw a “blip” in the Congressional Record, under the subsection of “Executive Communications” dealing with the subject of security at military installations.
It read as follows:
“6206. A letter from the Director, Congressional Activities, Department of Defense, transmitting a letter regarding a study of security measures on United States military installations; to the Committee on Armed Services.”
As you may know security at military installations leaves a lot to be desired.
See article: Yahoo answer page details breaches of military base security, including one deadly incident at Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms https://groundreport.com/yahoo-answer-page-details-breaches-of-military-base-security-including-one-deadly-incident-at-air-ground-combat-center-twentynine-palms/
See article: Woman breaches security at Florida military base four times, once using a stolen identification card https://groundreport.com/woman-breaches-security-at-florida-military-base-four-times-once-using-a-false-identification-card/
See article: Military trespassing incident reflects lax security protocols at US Navy basehttps://groundreport.com/military-trespassing-incident-reflects-lax-security-protocols-at-us-navy-base/
See also: Army base plagued by illegals’ intrusions http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2005/may/24/20050524-114243-2374r/
See article: Anonymous targeting Ft. Huachuca in its attempts to gain access to secret intelligence information by Robert Tilford https://groundreport.com/anonymous-targeting-ft-huachuca-in-its-attempts-to-gain-access-to-secret-intelligence-information/
See also: Access control systems at major U.S. military installations across the country have serious security flaws https://groundreport.com/access-control-systems-at-major-u-s-military-installations-across-the-country-have-serious-security-flaws/