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ILLEGIB Approved For Release 2000/05/11 : CIA-RDP78TO5439A000300330160-9 Approved For Release 2000/05/11 : CIA-RDP78TO5439A000300330160-9 Copy 6 Pages' $`' s' NP IC/R-288/64 May 1964 PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION REPORT lr~~y BORISOV ARMY BARRACKS NOVOSADY NOVOSADY,WSSR A BELORUSSIAN MD Declass Review, NIMA/DoD Handle Via TALENT - KEYHOLE Control Only This document contains classified information affecting the national security of the United States within the mooning of the espionage laws U. S. Code Title 18, Sections 793 and 794. The low prohibits its transmission or the revelation 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 th. detriment of the United States. It is to be seen only by personnel especially indoctrinated and authorized to receiv."TALENT.KEYHOLE information. Its security must be maintained in accordance with KEYHOLE and TALENT regulations. NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION CENTER 00 1 TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF 'Ibis report is one in a series on Soviet C-uund Force and logistic installations being prepared for a D1:AC1A Panel. The series is being coordinated, published and disseminated by APIC. 'I he photographic analysis is being performed by the APIC: Photographic Analysis Group, the CIA Photographic Intelligence Iliyision (\PiC), and the Production Center 1P1c (DI:A). the photogra hie analysis for this particular re- port was 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 retluirctncnt. AV hen a specific facility is not observed both its title and letter designator are omitted in the report. -I ides and letter designators for the various facilities are as follows: (A) railroad service, (13) road service, (C) landing strips, (D) administrative and troop housing areas, (L~) storage areas, (1 ) am- munition storage areas, (G) POP storage areas, (11) other buildings and facilities, (J) equipment storage; maintenance areas, (K) athletic fields, (L) sm.tll arni~ firing ranges, Aih driver training areas, (\) tank assault gun firing ranges, (P) flat trajectory firing ranges, (tom) artillery emplacements (batteries, (K) infantry or combined arms field train- ing area or courses, (S) special training facilities, (I ) unidentified facilities or tracking activity. TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF BORISOV ARMY BARRACKS NOVOSADY (54-15N 28-43E) NOVOSADY, MINSKAYA OBLAST, USSR BELORUSSIAN MD 25X1 C FIGURE 1. LOCATION OF BORISOV ARMY BARRACKS NOVOSADY._ TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF Borisov Army Barracks i'ovosady y\L--3) is located 13 kilometers (kill) east of Borisov (34-1,5N 28-30E), and just west of \ovosady (54-15N 28-44E). The installation is served by all-weather road connections with the Minsk- Moscow Highway and is adjacent to the Minsk- MoscoW rail line (Figure 1). The installation includes a 17-acre secured area with four administration buildings, eight barracks, 17 support buildings and two storage buildings. An additional area coveringapproxi- mately four acres contains one administration building, nine barracks, and five support build- 25X1 D 25X1 D in s and is located on the west side of the secured area. A possibly associated storage area con- taining seven storage buildings is located just east of the main installation. The area was covered by 1-ALL. \ 1 photog- raphy in and eight KLY1IOLL missions 25X1 D between Com- tive analysis revealed the same general 25X1 D para level of usage between with reduced usage during the winter 25X1 D months. Significant changes since -include ,he addition of six barracks, and two support buildings. DESCRIPTION OF INSTALLATION Railroad Service The adjacent ,losco%+-Nlinsk rail line does not appear to provide direct rail service to the installation. A probable all-weather secondary road leads to the Moscow-Minsk Highway. Administrative and Troop Housing Area One administration building, nine barracks and five support buildings are located in area D1 (Figure 3). Four medium-sized barracks- t - e buildings were added to the area between Four administration buildings, eight bar- racks, 17 support buildings and to storage buildings are located in area D2 (Figure 3). h~tio large barracks were added between Track activity within the main installation and adjoining areas indicates probable occu- pancy of all buildings. The level of track ac- tivity has remained constant. Seven general storage buildings are loca- ted in area Equipment Storage/Maintenance Areas Small scale and marginal quality of avail- able photography preclude identification of any building in this installation as vehicle storage/ maintenance. TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF NI'IC-'~'i:-285 '64 / -V BOR ISOV 13 KM K R U P K I 27KM Road Fence ------ Area outline 100 0 X00 20C 300 FIGURE 3. BORISOV ARMY BARRACKS NOVOSADY, 25X1 D TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF US Air Target Chart. Seri- 200. Sheet-1 2d ed. No, ( (SECRET) DOCUMENTS 25X1 C DIA. 1-1.C(. l?