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What happens when u lose the key to the amo can key
 
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You have a key for a key??

You need to rephrase your question and explain more so that it makes more sense.
 
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This seems like an action for the bolt cutter and replace lock with 2 keys.
 
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Kind of a vague question but it sounds like he's talking about the arms room keys. The S2 is supposed to retain the only duplicate keys. If that isn't the case then you'll need to replace the lock.

I'm not sure but I think he's asking what kind of trouble he will get into. It could really vary in this case, it depends if there is a pattern of failure to keep accountability of items or if this is an isolated incident. In any case I can see it going either way.
 
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If you only lost the key to the amo can with all of the "keys" in them. You're probably ok. Worse case I would say a negative counseling and maybe having to buy a new lock after they open it with the "master key". If you lost the key ring itself that may be a whole other matter. FYI, not entirely sure what this post has to do with joining the Army.


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The Arm's room key custodian has a key and the Commander locks the spare key in his/her safe. If the custodian loses his key, then an MFR must be typed up for the lost key and then the commander must unlock the lock and a new lock must be put on the arms room key box. A 4856 should also accompany the MFR and placed in the Key Control book.
 
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Originally posted by manosax:
The Arm's room key custodian has a key and the Commander locks the spare key in his/her safe. If the custodian loses his key, then an MFR must be typed up for the lost key and then the commander must unlock the lock and a new lock must be put on the arms room key box. A 4856 should also accompany the MFR and placed in the Key Control book.


Well, that's the answer to it. The commander key is the utmost important part here.

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