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ILLEGIB Approved For Release 2000/05/11 : CIA-RDP78TO5439A000300330157-3 Approved For Release 2000/05/11 : CIA-RDP78TO5439A000300330157-3 OV 001. OF, ori 0110 --_-- ~ - iii rc- 2O .. NP C/R-282/64 May 1964 PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION`REPORT NO?VO- "LJDOK .BARRACKS AREA NOVOGRUDOK, USSR BELORUSSIAN MD Declass Revicv = NIMA/DoD tfiarid'I ??fi~ij TALENT- K ETh ~ ontrol.;Oniy ~~ " This document contains classified information affecting the national security of the United States within the meaning of the espionage Iowa U. S. Code Title 18, Sections 793 and 794. T_ tie low or hi '~i 3js +r?+??~---:yri?_~~. or the -eWlation--e#=1fi~olr~iRf!{Tn ai?y-''manni?'i'o on 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 be 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. NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION CENTER cvoun ~ E.cI.4.d ti TOP SECRET RUFF This report is one in a series on ~ovi,.t Ground Force and logistic installations being prepared for a I `1_', CIA Panel.- The series is being coordinated, published and disseminated by NPIC. The photographic analysis is being performed by the \PIC Photographic Analysis Group, the CIA Photographic Intelligence Division (NPIC), and the Production Centel- IPle (l)IA). the photographic analysis for this particular re- port vras performed by the \PIC 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 d~signatot' are omitted in the report. -1 itles e.nd letter- designators for the various facilities are as follo~+s: (A) railroad Ierviee, lB) road service, (C) landing strips, (D) administrative and troop housing areas, (L) storage areas, (F) am- munition storage areas, (G) POL storage areas, (H) other buildings and facilities, (J) equipment storage/mainten4 nce areas, (K) athletic fields, (L) sm.111 arm, firing ranges. (Ali driver training areas, (\) tank assault gun firing ranges, (P) flat trajectory firing ranges, ) artillery emplacements (batteries), (F) infantry or combined arms field train- ing area. or courses, (i) special training facilities, (I ) unidentified facilities or tracking activity.. TOP SECRET RUFF TOP SECRET RUFF 25X1 D 25X1 D 25X1 D The Novogrudok Barracks Area is located 2.5 kilometers .km) southwest of Novogrudok (53-36N 025-491=) Figure 11. The installation is not rail served, but it is located on an all- weather highway which connects Novogrudok and Novovelnva. Lida Barracks and Training Area SE (AL 2), located approximately 35 km north- west, is the closest military installation. The barracks area covers approximately __ acres and includes two administration buildings, five barracks, 15 storage buildings, 13 support 25X1 D 25X1D 25X1D buildings, five vehicle sheds, an athletic field and a small arms firing range. The r; a was covered by seven KEY110LE missions betw.Veen and- Comparative analysis revealed a heavy level- of usage during this period with lighter usage during the winter months. Significant changes since include the addi- tion of two multistory barracks and a large equipment storage 'maintenance building. Road Service The installation is served by the all-weather Novogrudok-Novoyelnya I liehwav. J here is Load access to other all-weather roads wilich radiate from Novogrudok to Gorodeva, Baranovichi and Lida. 25X1 D Administration and Troop Housing Areas This area \rea D. Figure 31 contains two multistory administration buildings, five multi- story barracks, and seven support buildings. Two administration buildings and three barrac ~%ti'e -observed on coverage. One new barracks was observed on coverage, and one new barracks was observed on co erage. I rackage observed on all photography indicates the area is occupied. General Storage Area The storage area (Area F, Figure 3) con- tains eight large and seven small buildings. 25X1 D Equipment Storage/Maintenance Areas .-\rea .T (Figure ?3l-contains five vehicle sheds with the following dime-nsions: - 130-by 60 feet, 240 by 40 feet, and three 130 by 40 feet. Six sup- port buildings are located in this area. These buildings were constructed between There is heavy t-Yackage on all photography indicating the area is occupied. Athletic Field :e at.,l t.c field --.-K. 17 igsr a~_ i~Jocated in the barracks area, Small Arms Firing Range One 400- by 75-foot small arms firing range I _, 1 igure 3) is located outside the secures; area- 25X1 D TOP SECRET RUFF TOP SECRET RUFF TOP SECRET RUFF 25X1 D TOP SECRET RUFF 25X1 D D1\. P('_=s ll1 \. Pl TOP SECRET RUFF 25X1 C