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September 7, 1954
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Approved for Release: 2017/06/14 C05523235 APPROVED FOR RELEASE CIA HISTORICAL RELEASE PROGRAM JUNE 2017 CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE:" AGENCY INFORMATION REPORT COUNTRY USSR (Moscow and Yaroslavl Oblasts) REPORT NO, SUBJECT Soviet Naval Arsenals DATE DISTR. 7 ept omb NO. OF PAGES 1 DATE OF INFO. Stunmer 1954 REQUIREMENT NO. PLACE ACQUIRED USSR REFERENCES THE SOURCE EVALUATIONS IN THIS REPORT ARE DEFINITIVE. THE APPRAISAL OF CONTENT IS TENTATIVE. (FOR KEY SEE REVERSE) SOURCE Usually reliable local observer (B), AppKaisal of Content: 3 1, As of summer 1954, a large Soviet naval arsenal was Observedat the railroad station of Burmakino (N 57-25, E 40-14), on the north side of the railroad line between Yaroslavl-and NerekhtS, Stored at this arsenal are naval weapons, shells, mines, optical instruments; and other supplies. Artillery shells and mines are also assembled here. The large area occupied by the arsenal is entirely enclosed by a fence, Another naval arsenal is located at the railroad station of Podsolnechnaya (N 56-11) E 36-59), just north of Solnechnogorsk (N 56-10, E 36-59)on the Moscow-Leningrad railroad line., ARMY JX]NAvyr474M-rf Aut x 11 I AEC . - T 1.1 TI IOTE: Washington distribution indicated by "X"; Field distribution by "#".) Approved for Release: 2017/06/14 C05523235 AR 70-14