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ILLEGIB Approved For Release 2000/05/11 : CIA-RDP78TO5439A000300330162-7 Approved For Release 2000/05/11 : CIA-RDP78TO5439A000300330162-7 Copy S 6 Pages PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION REPORT 7 IC/R-301/64 it ay 1964 BORISOV SUPPLY DEPOT AND POL STORAGE AREA BORISOV, USSR BELORUSSIAN Mtn Declass Review, NIMA/DoD r 1 - Handle Via TALENT - KEYHOLE coxntrol 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 law 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 governniens to the detriment of-thi United States. It is to be seen only by personnel especially indoctrinated and auth P ti.d to receive TALENT-KEYHOLE information. Its security must be maintained in accordance with KEYHOLE and TALENT 79ulotions. NATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION CENTER E.eldNwl.r , -r.`~S 4. ..p.d..., ...I 1..I.........~.w TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF 'I his report is one in a se ries on i,t Ground I orcc and logistic installations being prepared for a I )1 (:I 'v Panel. Me series is being coordinated, published and disseni:n:Ced by NPIC. 11-he photographic analysis is being pct-formed by the Nl'IC Photographic Analysis Group, the CIA Photographic Intelligence Division (NPIC), and the Production Center 1Plc (1)IA w 1-he photographic analysis for this particular re- port was performed by the NPI(: I'hoto,raphic Analysis Group. In the interest of uniformity, the titles and letter designators for the facilities observed at these installations arc identical with those appearing in the project reduirenaent. A\hen a specific facility is not observed both it, title and letter designator are omitted in the report. Titles and letter designators for the various facilities are as follows: (A) railroad service, ~I) ~ road service, (C) landing strips, (1)) administrative and troop hoesing areas, tI.) storage areas, i1-) am- munition storage areas, l~; 1 PUUI. storage ar-eas, (ll ) other buildings and facilities, (J) equipment storage;naaintenanec areas, lK) athletic fields, (1.) sma11 arm; firing n,~es. ~'i driver tr: fining areas, A~ tank assault gun firing ranges, ~1' I flat t ra jeettary firing ranges, (Q) artillery emplacements (batteries), (P infantry or cotiilin.d arms field train- ing area or courses, S) special training facilities, lI) unidentified facilities or tracking .activity. TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF TOP SECRET CHESS RUFF - - These two rail-served installations are located on the southern edge of Borisov(54-15N 28-30E). The POL storage area is immediately north of the supply depot (Figure 1). Both areas are on the north side of the Moscow- Minsk rail line. The Borisov-Minsk highway is about 1.5 kilometers (km) northwest of the two areas. Several all-weather roads serve the areas. Borisov Army Barracks and Maneu- ver Area West (AL-1, TA-1) is 2.9 km north- west of the POL storage area and 3.6 km north- west of the supply depot. Goodall - weather roads connect both installations to the above military installations. The POL storage area, which is secured, covers approximately iS acres and includes one .administration building, two storage buildings, and 20 vertical POL storage tanks (Figures 2 and 3). The supply depot covers approximately 85 acres and includes 50 storage buildings. DESCRIPTION OF INSTALLATION Railroad Service Two spurs from the double-track 'Moscow- Minsk rail line serve the supply depot and one spur serves the POL storage area. Small scale photography precludes identification of trcck- side and rail-end docks. Road Service Poth installations are served by -No all- weather roads connecting with the Borisov- Minsk Highway 1.5 km to the north