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Approved For~,~se 2000/05/09 ? C~iQ ~P , Copy "~{~ ~~ _ NPIC/R-452/64 7 Pages June 1964 PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION REPORT BREST ARMY CAMP SOUTHEAST BREST, USSR BELORUSSIAN MD Handle v;a TALENT -KEYHOLE Control Only This document contains classified information affecting the national security of the United States within the meaning of the espionage laws U. S. Code Title 18, Sections 793 and 794. The low prohibits its transmission or the revelption of its contents in any manner to an unauthorized person, as well as its use in any manner prejudicial to the safety or interest of the United States or for the benefit of any foreign government to the detriment of the United States. It is to ba seen only by personnel especially indoctrinated and authorized to receive TALENT-KEYHOLE information. Its security must be maintained in accordance with KEYHOLE and TALENT regulations. Approved For Release 2000/05/09 : CI]XRDP~8B0~4360A002600010030-7 GROUP I Excluded a dew q.odinq and de.lnss~(icn~ion ,,,,/,,,,/1 ?/////,/,/,,,/,/////,//,//////////////// ,/ TOP SECRET RUFF Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 I his report is one. in a series on Soviet Ground Force and logistic installaeions being prepared for a DIA/CIA Panel. "I'he series is being coordinated, published and disseminated by Nl'IC. The photographic analysis is being performed by the NPIC Photographic Analysis Group, the CIA Photographic Intelligence Division (NPIC), and the Produc[ion Center 1Plc (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 Uie project requirement. When a specific facility is not observed both its title and letter designator arc omitted in the report. "I~itles and letter designators for the various facilities are as follows: (A) railroad service, (I3) road service, (C) landing strips, (D) administrative and troop housing areas, (L) storage areas, (L) 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~ drive:r training areas, (N) tank/ assault gun firing ranges, (1?) flat t:rajccrory firing ranges, (Q) artillery emplacements (batteries), (R) infantry or. combined arms field. train- ing area or courses, (S) special training facilities, ("I') unidei~itified facilities or tracking activity. Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 TOP SECRET RUFF TOP SECRET RUFF Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 NPIC/R-452/64 BREST ARMY CAMP SOUTHEAST (52-04N 023-44E) BREST, BRESTSKAYA OBLAST, USSR BELORUSSIAN MD Railroad, double track Railroad, single track Railroad, under construction Road o ~ 23'50? ~-_ Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 TOP SECRET RUFF TOP SECRET RUFF Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 Brest :~rmv Camp Southeast is located 6 kilometers (km) southeast of Brest (52-06N 023-41E) on the west side of the Brest-Kovel rail line (Figure 1). The installation is served by a spur from the Brest-ICovel rail line, which forms two sub-spurs within the installation, and has all-weather road connections to the Brest- Bereza and Brest-Kovel highways. A military training area, directly associated with the bar- racks area, is immediately south, Other military installations are located in the Brest area. The installation (Figures 2 and 3) covers ap- proximately 650 acres and contains four admin- istration buildings, 31 barracks, 27 storage buildings, 53 support buildings, four range-sup- port buildings, 18 dependent quarters, one prob- able tent camp area, and five equipment storage/ maintenance areas containing 13 vehicle stor- age/maintenance buildings and eight motor parks. Training facilities within this installa- tion include two athletic fields, one wheeled- vehicl.e area, and amoving-tar- get, tank sub-caliber weapons firing range. The area is covered by 11 KEYIIOLI; mis- sions between Comparative analysis reveals the same general level of usage during the entire period. No sig- nificant changes were noted during this period. 25X1 D Railroad Service ~1 spur from the double-track Brest-Kovel Line which forms two sub-spurs within the in- stallation serves the storage area in the north- west portion of the installation. Road Service .1ll-weather roads provide access to the Brest-Bereza and Brest-Kovel highways. Administrative and Troop Housing Areas Area Dl contains two administration build- ings and nine barracks. ~~rea 1~2 contains one administration build- ing, 20 barracks, and two support buildings. ,~~rea [)3 contains one administration build- ing and two barracks. \rea ll4 is a probable tent camp area, al- though no tents are observed. Tracks indicate all buildings are occupied. General Storage Areas .Area L 1 is located near rail sidings served by two tracks and contains 14 storage buildings and three support buildings. Area 12 contains 11 storage buildings and one support building. Other Buildings Area H1 contains 1.8 dependent quarters. Area II2 contains four range support build- ings and five other support buildings. Area II3 contains 14 support buildings. Nine other support buildings are scattered throughout Che installation. Equipment Storage/Maintenance Areas Area J1. has one 375- by 40-foot vehicle maintenance building, two 185- by 40-foot ve- hicle maintenance buildings, one 750- by 375-foot motor park, and eight support buildings. Area J2 has one 480- by 55-foot vehicle maintenance building, one 800- by 450-foot motor park, two storage buildings, and five support buildings, Area J3 has two attached vehicle storage/ maintenance buildings measuring 245 by 75 feet and 165 by 35 feet, one 230- by 35-foot vehicle storage/maintenance building, one 21.0- by 40- Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 TOP SECRET RUFF Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 TOP SECRET RUFF Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 -~--~~- Railroad, double track ---~- Railroad, single track Road ~- Fence ------ Area outline METERS (A PPROXIMA TEI BREST 6 KM BLE CAMP EA BREST-KOVEL ~~ RAIL LINE A PROB TENT AR Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 TOP SECRET RUFF TOP SECRET R~~ Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A 2 00010030-7 NPIC/R-452/64 foot vehicle storage/maintenance building, two 175- by 35-vehicle storage/maintenance build- ings, one 125- by 25-foot vehicle storage shed, two 85- by 65-foot vehicle maintenance build- ings, five support buildings, and four motor parks measuring 500 by 330 feet, 330 by 210 feet, 330 by 165 feet, and 155 by 135 feet. 'This area is secured and contains vehicles. Area J4 is partially secured and contains one 100- by 80-foot vehicle maintenance building, one support building, and one 450- by 330-foot motor park. Tanks/SP guns were observed in this area on - coverage. Area J5 is a partially secured 500- by 330- foot motor park. Vehicles were observed here ?n -coverage. Athletic Fields Areas K1 and K2 are athletic fields. Driver Training Area Area M contains two figure-8 wheeled- vehicle-driver-training courses first observed in Tank Gun Firing Rpnge Area N is a tank sub-caliber weapons firing range with a static firing line and seven moving targets. The range has a maximum distance of 1,600 feet from the static firing line to the mov- ing targets. The seven moving targets have the following angles of deflection from aperpendic- ular to the static firing line: three of 10 degrees right, two of 10 degrees left, one of 15 degrees left, and one at 90 degrees right or left. Two of the moving targets were first ob_ 25X1 D served on- coverage. Trackage at the static firing line indicates the range is actively utilized. Approved For Release 2000~~9 : ~C~A~-RR~~ 8B04560A002600010030-7 ~ lJ RCIEF TOP SECRET RUFF Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 l'~ Air Tar~ol Char[, Seric= 10(l, tiheel D7 fib'101iF-700A, 1.St ed, Auk 5 ~ (~P;CRb;T) llOC l' \II~; S T~ Arn:c. PTI3=I'h-30-6~, ~lililar~ In.ti~%allrrlionn, lir~.,t, USSR, ?_i Jun 6? (TOP SECI2PT lIUI'F) HI;(~ClRE'~IE1T C-RR-1-h7,111 (partial an~~~rr) 1PIC PROJECT S-_':36.'6-1. Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA-RDP78B04560A002600010030-7 TOP SECRET RUFF T~P SBECRET Approved For Release 2000/05/09 :CIA- DP78 04560A002600010030-7 Approved For Release 2000/05/09 : CI~~tRP7$F~045,6DQ002600010030-7