Beginning Wednesday, soldiers and their families, civilianemployees and retirees must have their cars registered. Military policesay the decals are a way to control and tighten access to the post in caseof the threat of terrorism.
"Unless you have business in the installation, you should not be offwandering," says Lt. Jerome Boerste.
An estimated 150,000 people will have the decals ontheir cars. Because it is an Army policy,soldiers who do not comply could be punished by their commander.
Under normal conditions, employees and other people who frequent thepost and do not have the decals on their cars could be held up at randomsecurity checkpoints.