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oze, Approved For Release 2JED1/9i(RDP78B04560A002200010050-9 NP I C/R-292/64 May 1964 BARANOVICHI ARMY BARRACKS EAST BARANOVICHI, USSR BELORUSSIAN MD NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION CENTER /Declass Review by NGA/DOD / / ,RO~P, Approved For Release 2006/01/17: CIA-RDP78B04560A00220001005~Q-hod a. a. TOP SECRET 0 TOPECRET Approved For Release 200 /01/17 : C -RDP78BO456OA00 00010050-9 NPIC/R-292/64 This report is one in a series on Soviet Ground Force and logistic installations being prepared for a DIA/CIA Panel. The series is being coordinated, published and disseminated by NPIC. The photographic analysis is being performed by the NPIC Photographic Analysis Group, the CIA Photographic Intelligence Division (NPIC), and the Production Center IPic (DIA). The photographic analysis for this particular re- port was performed by the NPIC Photographic Analysis Group. In the interest of uniformity, the titles and letter designators for the facilities observed at these installations are identical with those appearing in the project requirement. When a specific facility is not observed both its title and letter designator are omitted in the report. Titles and letter designators for the various facilities are as follows: (A) railroad service, (B) road service, (C) landing strips, (D) administrative and troop housing areas, (E) storage areas, (F) am.- munition storage areas, (G) POL storage-areas, (H) other buildings and facilities, (J) equipment storage/maintenance areas, (K) athletic fields, (L) small arms firing ranges, (M) driver training areas, (N) tank/ assault gun firing ranges, (P) flat trajectory firing ranges, (Q) artillery emplacements (batteries), (R) infantry or combined arms field train- ing area or courses, (S) special training facilities, (T) unidentified facilities or tracking activity. Approved For Release 2006/01/17 : Cl 200010050-9 25X1 TOP SECRET Approved For Release 206T01/1 BELORUSSIAN MD 25X1 C BARANOVICHI ARMY BARRACKS EAST (53-07N 026-02E) BARANOVICHI, BRESTSKAYA OBLAST, USSR Approved For Release 2006/01/ F" - GIA 14913:78IB0466 A002200010050-9 TOP SECRET 25X1 TOP SECRET Approved For Release 2006/01/17 : CI 2200010050-9 NPIC/R-292/64 Baranovichi Army Barracks East is located on the southeast edge of Baranovichi (53-08N 026-03E) immediately west of Baranovichi Rail- road Yard East (Figure 1). The installation is served by a spur from the rail yard, a series of city streets, and an all-weather primary road which connects to the all-weather highway from Bobruysk to Brest. Other military installations located in the vicinity include Baranovichi Army Barracks SW (AL-1), and Baranovichi Army Barracks and Training Area Lesnaya (TA-1). The installation covers approximately 700 acres and includes seven administration build- ings, 49 barracks, 115 storage buildings, 51 support buildings, two equipment storage/main- tenance buildings, and 25 vehicle sheds. Other small arms ranges. The area is covered by tography and I Imissions between Comparative anal- ysis revealed the same general level of usage with reduced usage during the winter months. Significant changes since Q include the addition of 10 large vehicle storage/maintenance buildings, 52 general storage buildings, two new barracks and three new administrative buildings. All new buildings appear to have been constructed be- Part of this installation may serve as a barracks and administrative area for Baranovichi Airfield. Railroad Service A spur from a single-track line extend- ing from Baranovichi through Luninets passes through the southeast sector of the installation. A five-track rail yard borders the installation on the east side. An all-weather primary road connects the installation to the east-west all-weather primary highway extending from Bobruysk to Brest. The General Storage Areas Area Number of Buildings urban location of the installation also gives it good access to city streets. 25X1 D 25X1 D 25X1 D 25X1 D Area D (Figure 3) contains six administra- tion buildings, 49 barracks, and thirty support 25X1 D buildings. Since jhotography, tw barracks, three administration and five support buildings have been added. Trackage throughout the area. indicates the installation is probably occupied. added, mostly in the southern part of the area. E2 18 Since 0, one building has been removed and seven added. E3 5 E4 10 Since[-] eight small buildings have been added. 25X1 D E5 10 Since two buildings have been removed and four have been added. E6 14 E7 16 Twelve new buildings have been constructed sinc= 25X1 D E8 8 Three new buildings have been constructed since E9 11 Approved For Release 2006/01/17 : CI - 200010050-9 TOP SECRET 25X1 TOP SECRET Approved For Release 2006/01/1 7: CIA-RDP78B0456 Approved For Release 2006/01/17 : CIA-RDP78B04560A002200010050-9 TOP SECRET 25X1 Approved For Wdase`70Q6/61T17I NPIC/R292/64 TO ~ SLON IM ' ' - K1 D E8 I ~~??`' ^^E7 Now7~~1~ r- 1 ? 1 1 1 1'11_- _ ' I.I-too II `~'111^, AE6I '4 1 *2 OK2 1 l..1~1 \-- X *?' I ?11 ~ tooI' ? r:1 . E9 son rI~,y.- II ?~ i !1! __, it 1 r ~. ~. I 1'I 7 j l r `, 11 L1 E2 I J1 ~ ~~~~ , NON-MILITARY INSTALLATION FIGURE 3. BARANOVICHI ARMY BARRACKS EAST 25X1 D -5- TO BR ES T-BO BRUYSK HIGHWAY Approved For Release 2006/01/17 : QIA-PnP7RRnA-f;AnAnn2'OOOlOO5O-9 TOP SECRET TOP SECRET Approved For Release 2006/01/1 : NPIC /R -292 /64 Equipment Storage/Maintenance 1rc?a dl \o. I Ttpc? Administration 1)i menu. ion ' tft) 210x35 uirh winLs Vehi l d h W) -X 40$ 70x 30 two 210 x 3ti ft , two 200 x 35 ft one 300 40 c e s e s 2210 x 3 ft, and one 175 , x x 50 ft Vehicle sheds 20n xa5 . I 1 Vehicle shod Vehicle shtd 175 x fin 3011 x 4t1 1 Vehicle 'hods 175x50 .12 It) 1 Support huildini's \hicle h d s e 5R0 x 511 I Cohiclo shod 170 x40 _ Vehicle shod.. 270 x 30 I \chicle hod 330 x Go 1 \l a in ten ante sroraec? ' 170 x 55 1 --hoped Support huildinei 70 x 25 cross bar 1:1 3 Vehic?lo h d s e s 100x40 Vr?hiclo shed " l i l 250 x 4n added. Three o f the support buildin s b 1 p c c shod- \l i 100x 10 able hate an ad g pro . minisiratitp function co - a ntenance, Storage 400 x 35 nucted with th n .14 2 "Il" -hoped Support hmldines Vehi l e h two 100 x 20 oxtensions motor pools" c e shed I \ehicle'hud Athletic Fields the installation contains two athletic fields, KI and K2 (Figure 3). K2 appears to Ile slightly expanded since I Small Arms Firing Ranges 1he installation contains two small arms firing ranges-1-1 and L2 (Figure 3). L1 is 1,10(1 feet long and 200 feet wide and contains three parallel bunkered firing lanes. L2 is 400 feet long and 500 feet wide with nine bunkered firing lanes arranged in an arc. Approved For Release 2006/01/17 - - 002200010050-9 TOP SECRET TOP SECRET Approved For Release 2006/01/17 : CI -RDP78B04560A002 00010050-9 NPIC/R-292/64 MAPS OR CHARTS US Air Target Chart, Series 200, Sheet 168-18HL, 3d ed, Dec 62 (SECRET) US Target Complex Chart, Series 100A, Sheet SO 168-9981-1001, 2d ed, Fob 57 (SECRET) DOCUMENTS Army. DPIR-1-57, Military Installations, Slonim-Baranovichi Area, USSR, 24 Jan 57 (TOP SECRET i s n S ov ..- ----atio , et Ground r orces, 1 Oct 63 (SECRETI DIA. PC 225/1-2-63, Training Areas, Soviet Ground Forces, 1 Oct 63 (SECRET Approved For RellleeaasPe 2SECRET 2200010050-9 25X1 25X1 TOP SECRET Approved For Release 2006/ 1/17: CIA-RDP78B04560A002200010050-9 /01/17 : Approved For Release 2006TOP $EC-RD 78B04560A002200010050-9