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him to enter any defense area has been denied, suspended or revoked. (f) Foreign nationals. Persons who are not citizens or nationals of the United States. (g) Military installation. A military (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and/or Coast Guard) activity ashore, having a commanding officer, and located in an area having fixed boundaries, within which all persons are Subject to military control and to the immediate authority of a commanding officer. (h) Public vessel or aircraft. A ship or aircraft owned by or belonging to a government and not engaged in Commercial activity. (i) Territorial sea—(1) Trust Territory. In accordance with title 19, Section 101(3), of the Trust Territory Code “* * * that part of the sea comprehended within the envelope of all arcs of circles having a radius of three marine miles drawn from all points of the barrier reef, fringing reef, or other reef system of the Trust Territory, measured from the low water line, or, in the absence of such reef system, the distance to be measured from the low water line of any island, islet, atoll, reef, Or rocks within the jurisdiction of the Trust Territory.” (2) Other areas. That part of the Sea. included within the envelope of all arcs of circles having a radius of three ma— rine miles with centers on the low water line of the coast. For the purpose Of this definition, the term “coast” includes the coasts of islands, islets, rocks, atolls, reefs and other areas of land permanently above the high water mark. (j) Trust Territory Registry. Registration of a ship or aircraft in accordance with the laws of the Trust Territory. (k) U.S. Registry. Registration of a Ship or aircraft in accordance with the laws and regulations of the United States. (l) U.S. Armed Forces. Military personnel of the Department of Defense, the Departments of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and the United States Coast Guard.
[28 FR 13778, Dec. 18, 1963, as amended at 35 FR 10009, June 18, 1970; 41 FR 28958, July 14, 1976]
Subport B–Criterio dnd Bosic Controls
(a) General. (1) Entry authorizations may be issued only after an Entry Control Commander, or a duly authorized Subordinate acting in his behalf, has determined that the presence of the person, ship, or aircraft will not, under existing or reasonably foreseeable future Conditions, endanger, place an undue burden upon, or otherwise jeopardize the efficiency, capability, or effectiveness of any military installation located within or contiguous to a defense area. Factors to be considered shall include, but not be limited to, the true purpose of the entry, the personal history, character and present or past associates of the individuals involved, the possible burdens or threats to the defense facilities which the presence of the ship, aircraft or the individual or individuals involved in pose or might reasonably be expected to impose on the related base complex. (2) Requests for entry authorizations will be evaluated and adjudged as to whether the entry at the time and for the purpose Stated will Or will not be inimical to the purposes of national defense. (b) Adverse. Substantial evidence of any of the following shall preclude the granting of entry authorization except with the specific approval of the Chief of Naval Operations in each case: (1) Prior noncompliance with entry Control regulations or failure to observe terms under which any entry authorization may have been granted; 1 (2) Willfully furnishing false, incomplete, or misleading information in an application for an entry authorization;1 (3) Advocacy Of the Overthrow or alteration of the Government of the United States by unconstitutional meanS; (4) Commission of, or attempt or preparation to Commit, an act of espionage, Sabotage, Sedition, or treason, or conspiring with or aiding or abetting another to commit such an act;
1 The criteria. So marked are applicable
only to those applications Concerning entry into areas under military cognizance.
(5) Performing, or attempting to perform, duties, or otherwise acting so as to serve the interest of another government to the detriment of the United States; (6) Deliberate unauthorized disclosure of classified defense information; (7) Knowing membership with the specific intent of furthering the aims of, or adherence to and active participation in, any foreign or domestic or— ganization, association, movement, group, or combination of persons (hereinafter referred to as Organizations) which unlawfully advocates or practices the commission of acts of force or violence to prevent others from exercising their rights under the Constitution or laws of the United States or of any State, or which seeks to overthrow the Government of the United States or any State or subdivision thereof by unlawful means; (8) Serious mental irresponsibility evidenced by having been adjudged insane, or mentally irresponsible, or an incompetent, or a chronic alcoholic, or treated for Serious mental or neurological disorders or for chronic alcoholism, without evidence of cure;1 (9) Conviction of any of the following offenses under circumstances indicative of a criminal tendency potentially dangerous to the Security of a strategic area containing military establishments; arson, unlawful trafficking in drugs, murder, kidnaping, blackmail, or sex offenses involving minors or perversion. (10) Chronic alcoholism or addiction to the use of narcotic drugs without adequate evidence of rehabilitation; 1 (11) Illegal presence in the United States, its territories or possessions, having been finally subject to deportation order, or voluntary departure in lieu of deportation order, by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service; 1 (12) Being the subject of proceedings for deportation or voluntary departure in lieu of deportation for any reasons which have not been determined in the applicant’s favor; 1
*The Criteria. So marked are applicable only to those applications concerning entry into areas under military cognizance.
(13) Conviction of larceny of property of the United States, willful injury to or destruction of property of the United States, fraudulent enlistment, imperSonation of a commissioned officer of the United States or any state or territory thereof, or any offense involving moral turpitude, except offenses, which, in the jurisdiction within which the conviction was obtained, are punishable by imprisonment for not more than one year or a fine of not more than one thousand dollars. 1 (c) Aliens. (1) Entry of aliens for employment or residence in an area, entirely within the borders of a defense area is not authorized except when Such entry would Serve the interests of National Defense, and then only for Specified periods and under prescribed Conditions. (2) Entry of aliens for any purpose into areas Over which the United States exercises sovereignty is further Subject to requirements imposed by law for the obtaining of a United States visa. Naval authorization for entry into areas covered by this part Will not be issued to foreign nationals for purposes, places, or periods of time in excess of those stipulated in the Visa. (3) Alien Spouses and bona fide dependents of U.S. citizen employees of the United States may, if otherwise qualified, be granted entry authorization so long as the U.S. citizen Sponsor or principal remains on duty or resident within the defense area. (d) Renewals. Entry authorizations having been granted and utilized may be extended or renewed upon request at the expiration of the period for which the entry was originally authorized or extended, provided the justification for remaining in the area or for making a reentry meets the criteria, set forth in this part. It shall be the responsibility of every applicant to depart the defense area for which entry was authorized upon expiration of the time prescribed in the authorization, unless Such authorization has been extended or renewed. Failure to comply herewith will be considered as evidence of violation of this part and may result in denial of future authorizations.
[28 FR 13778, Dec. 18, 1963, as amended at 36 FR 21890, Nov. 17, 1971; 41 FR 28958, July 14, 1976]
§ 761.7 Basic controls.
(a) General. Except for Such perSons, ship, or aircraft as are issued an authorization to enter by an Entry Control Commander: (1) No person, except persons aboard public vessels or aircraft of the United States, shall enter any defense area. (2) No vessel or other craft, except public vessels of the United States shall enter any naval defensive Sea. area, or other defense area. (3) No aircraft, except public aircraft of the United States, shall be navigated within any naval airspace reservation of the airspace Over Other defense a,I*62,S. (b) Eaccluded persons—(1) Entry prohibited. Excluded persons, as defined in § 761.5(e), are prohibited from entering any defense area. In a bona fide emergency which requires an excluded perSon’s presence in or transit through a military installation which is also a defense area, the commanding officer Of the installation may grant permisSion to enter or transit subject to such restrictions as may be imposed by regulation or which may, in his discretion, be required. (2) Carrying prohibited. Except in a bona fide emergency and after being authorized by the appropriate local authority, no vessel or aircraft, except public vessels and aircraft of the United States, shall enter into or be navigated within any defense area. while carrying any excluded person, as defined in this part, as passenger, offiCer or crew member. (c) Control of violators. No commanding Officer of a military installation Shall permit any ship or aircraft which has entered the limits of his command by passing through a defense area, without authorization to land, except in emergency, or, if permitted to land, to disembark passengers or cargo except as authorized by the appropriate Entry Control Commander. Commanding officers will take appropriate action to apprehend violators who come within their jurisdiction and request disposi
tion instructions from the appropriate Entry Control Commander. (d) Trust Territory. An authorization from the High Commissioner is reQuired for all persons desiring to enter the Trust Territory, except for those areas under military jurisdiction where entry is controlled by the Department of the Army (Kwajalein Atoll) and the Defense Nuclear Agency (Eniwetok Atoll). (e) Military areas. Entries authorized under this Instruction do not affect the authority of a commanding officer or Other appropriate Commander to impose and enforce proper regulations pertaining to movement into Or within naval stations or other military installations. . (f) Waiver prohibited. No officer of the U.S. Armed Forces, except as authorized in writing by the Chief of Naval Operations, has authority to waive the requirements of this part, and any waiver must be in writing and signed by an authorized person.
[28 FR 13778, Dec. 18, 1963, as amended at 36 FR 21890, Nov. 17, 1971; 41 FR 28958, July 14, 1976]
Subport C–Entry Authorizotion
§ 761.8 General.
(a) As indicated in §761.7(a), certain persons, ships, and aircraft must be Specifically authorized under the proviSions of this part to enter defense a,I'68,S.
(b) When entering or transiting a defense area, each person, ship, or aircraft must have a valid authorization or satisfactory evidence thereof.
$761.9 Entry Control Commanders.
The following commanders are designated Entry Control Commanders with authority to approve or disapprove individual entry authorizations for persons, ships, or aircraft as indicated (Commander Seventeenth Coast Guard District has been designated an Entry Control Commander by the authority of the Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard and Commander, Western Area, U.S. Coast Guard);
(a) Chief of Naval Operations. Authorization for all persons, ships, or aircraft to enter all defense areas.
(b) Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. Authorization for all persons, ships, or aircraft to enter defense areas in the Atlantic. (c) Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet. Authorization for all persons, ships, or aircraft to enter defense areas in the Pacific. (d) Commander U.S. Naval Forces Caribbean. Authorization for all persons, ships, and aircraft to enter the Guantanamo Bay Naval Defensive Sea Area. and the Guantanamo Naval Airspace Reservation. (This authority delegated to Commander U.S. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay.) (e) Commander U.S. Naval Base, Guamtanamo Bay. Authorization for all persons, ships, and aircraft to enter the Guantanamo Bay Naval Defensive Sea. Area and the Guantanamo Naval AirSpace Reservation. (f) Commander Third Fleet. Authorization for U.S. citizens and U.S. registered private vessels to enter Midway Island, Kingman Reef, Kaneohe Bay Naval Defensive Sea Area, Pearl Harbor Defensive Sea Area, and Filipino workers employed by U.S. contractors to enter Wake Island. (g) Commander U.S. Naval Forces, Mariamas. Authorization in Conjunction with the High Commissioner, for nonU.S. citizens, ships, or aircraft documented under laws other than those of the United States or the Trust, Territory to enter those portions of the Trust Territory where entry is not controlled by the Department of the Army or the Defense Nuclear Agency. (h) Senior naval commander in defense area. Emergency authorization for persons, ships, or aircraft in cases of emergency or distress. In all cases the Chief of Naval Operations, and as appropriate, the Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet or the Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet, and other interested Commands, shall be informed immediately of the nature of the emergency, and action taken. (i) U.S. Coast Guard. The U.S. Coast Guard regulates the movement of shipping within the Honolulu Harbor under the authority of Executive Orders 10173 and 10289; such shipping is considered to be under U.S. authorized supervision within the meaning of Executive Order 8987. The Commandant, Fourteenth
Naval District, as representative of the Secretary of the Navy, retains responSibility for Security of the Honolulu Defensive Sea Area, as required by naval interest, and, as such, issues amplifying instructions relating to the Honolulu Defensive Sea Area.
[41 FR 28958, July 14, 1976]
$761.10 Persons: tions.
Persons in the following categories, except those persons who have been denied individual authorization or have had a prior authorization revoked, may enter the defense areas indicated without individual authorization: (a) Persons aboard U.S. public vessels or aircraft entering a Naval Defensive Sea Area or a Naval Airspace Reservation. (b) Military members of the U.S. Armed Forces or U.S. Civil Service employees of the Department of Defense when traveling on official orders. (c) U.S. ambassadors, cabinet members, elected U.S. Government officers and U.S. citizen civil Service employees of the U.S. Government traveling on Official Orders on U.S. Government business may enter defense areas a S required by their orders. (d) Dependents of military members of the U.S. Armed Forces and U.S. citizen dependents of U.S. civil service employees traveling on official Orders and entering for purposes of joining a principal permanently stationed in an area. covered by this part. (e) U.S. Navy Technicians, U.S. Army Contract Technicians, or U.S. Air Force Contract Technicians, who are traveling on official (does not include invitational) travel orders on U.S. Government business, may enter defense areas as specifically required by such Orders. (f) [Reserved] (g) Individuals on board any foreign public vessel or aircraft which has been granted diplomatic or other official U.S. Government authorization to enter an area covered by this part. (h) Through passengers and bona fide regularly employed crew members, unless otherwise excluded, on nonpublic vessels authorized to enter areas COVered by this part. This does not include an authorization to disembark at a
Group authorizaport contiguous to or within the areas covered in this part. Application for authorization to disembark may be submitted to an Entry Control Commander having jurisdiction over the particular port.
(i) Through passengers and bona fide regularly employed crew members, unless otherwise excluded, on nonpublic aircraft authorized to enter areas COVered by this part. Such persons are subject to local regulations governing entry into or movement within military air stations or facilities. Application for authorization to disembark may be submitted to an Entry Control Commander having jurisdiction Over the air facility.
(j) U.S. citizen news correspondents and photographers when properly a Ccredited by the Department of Defense to enter areas Covered by this part except that Special authorization is required to enter the restricted areas listed in § 761.4(a).
[28 FR 13778, Dec. 18, 1963, as amended at 36 FR 21890, Nov. 17, 1971]
§ 761.11 Persons: Individual authorizations.
(a) Application; filing. Applications for authorization to enter defense areas shall be filed with one of the following: (1) Chief of Naval Operations. (2) Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. (3) Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet. (4) Any Naval Sea. Frontier Commander. (5) Any Naval Fleet or Force Commander. (6) Any Naval District Commandant. (7) Any Naval Attache. The Commander or Attache with whom the application is filed is responsible for taking such action on the application as he may be empowered to do or for forWarding the application to the nearest Entry Control Commander authorized by this part to take action thereon. Applications received in the United States and those received indicating that the applicant has resided in the United States for the major portion of ten years innmediately prior to date of request will normally be forwarded to the Chief of Naval Operations for action. In all cases where the forwarding
activity has information regarding the applicant or his employer, appropriate Comment and/or recommendation for disposition will be included in the forWarding letter. (b) Form. (1) Applications for entry authorizations will be made on the Standard form Statement of Personal History, DD 398, which is available at most military installations. In addition to the information required by the form, an entry application shall include the following additional information under Item 20, “Remarks”:
21. Purpose of proposed visit: (Detailed Statement including names of principal perSons, firms, or establishments to be visited)
22. Proposed duration of visit:
23. Estimated date of arrival:
24. Address to which authorization should be mailed:
In the event that a DD 398 form is not available, a locally produced form Containing identical information including the certification and signature of applicant and witness may be utilized. (2) Incomplete forms will be returned for completion. (3) When time is of the essence, emergency applications may be forwarded by message to the appropriate Entry Control Commander. Such messages shall include the following: (i) Name of applicant. (ii) Date and place of birth. (iii) Citizenship. (iv) Residence for last ten (10) years. (v) Employers and their addresses for last ten (10) years. (vi) Results of Local Agency Check, if pertinent. (vii) Place to be entered and date of entry. (viii) Purpose of entry and duration of stay. (ix) Comments and/or recommendations of forwarding officer as appropriate. (X) A Statement that a completed DD 398 or appropriate substitute has been mailed prior to the sending of the mesSage. (c) Processing. The Entry Control Commander empowered to issue entry authorizations shall upon receipt of an application take the following action: (1) Initiate or Conduct such investigation as may be required to establish