C22.214.171.124.4. The hand carry is accomplished aboard a U.S.
carrier, or a foreign carrier if no U.S. carrier is available, and the
information will remain in the custody and physical control of the U.S.
escort at all times.
C126.96.36.199.5. Arrangements have been made for secure storage
at a U.S. Government or cleared U.S. contractor facility.
C188.8.131.52. Couriers must be informed of and acknowledge their
security responsibilities. The latter requirement may be satisfied by a
briefing or by requiring the courier to read written instructions that
contain the information listed below, as a minimum:
C184.108.40.206.1. The courier is liable and responsible for the
material being escorted;
C220.127.116.11.2. The classified material is not, under any
circumstances, to be left unattended. During overnight stops, U.S.
Military facilities, embassies or cleared U.S. contractor facilities must
be used. Classified material shall not be stored in hotel safes.
C18.104.22.168.3. The material shall not be opened en route except
in the circumstances described in subparagraph C22.214.171.124.8., below.
C126.96.36.199.4. The classified material is not to be discussed
or disclosed in any public place.
C188.8.131.52.5. The courier shall not deviate from the
authorized travel schedule.
C184.108.40.206.6. In cases of emergency, the courier must take
measures to protect the classified material.
C220.127.116.11.7. The courier is responsible for ensuring that
personal travel documentation (passport, courier authorization, and
medical documents, etc.) are complete, valid, and current.
C18.104.22.168.8. There is no assurance of immunity from search by
the customs, police, and/or immigration officials of various countries
whose border the courier may cross; therefore, should such officials
inquire into the contents of the consignment, the courier shall present
the courier orders and ask to speak to the senior customs, police and/or
immigration official; this action should normally suffice to pass