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Approved For Relwtr a 2002/06/11: CIA-RDP79-01147A0 0030015-7 OUTLINE GUIDE FOR JANIS 78 AND 73 Purpose of a JANIS Study: "To make available one publication containing all the necessary de ai.ed information upon which may be based a war plan for military operations in a given area." Chapter Responsible Agency I BRIEF JISPB II MILITARY GEOGRAPHY MID III OCEANOGRAPHY DNI IV COASTS AND LANDING BEACHES DNI V CLIMATE AND TEETH R. JMC VI PORT FACILITIES DNI VII TRANSPORTATION AND COLUTTNICATION 055 VIII TOWNS AND VILLAGES OSS IX RESOURCES AND TRADE 0SS X PEOPLE AND GOVERNPIENT 0SS XI HEALTH AND SANITATION MID (SGO) XII DEFENSES MID XIII NAVAL FACILITIES DNI XIV AIR FACILITIES A-2 XV GAZETTEER AND MAP APPRAISAL BGN & AMS *JCS review completed* Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved. For ReIL4ie 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A0d0030015-7 OUTLINE GUIDE FOR JANIS CHAPTER I BRIEF 10, Physical Elements. A. Military geography. Oceanography. C. Coasts and landing places. D. Climate and weather. 111- Cultural Elements, A. Port Facilities. B. Transportation. C. Communications. D. Cities and. towns. E. Resources and trade. F. People and government. G. Health and sanitation. 12.. Military Elements. A. Defenses. B. Naval facilities. C. Air facilities, 13. Map Evaluation. -2- Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Re a 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147AO $ii D OUTLINE GUIDE FOR JANIS 78 and JANIS 73 CHAPTER II MILITARY GEOGRAPHY 20. Introduction. Definition-of military geography and its significance in this area. General explanation of chapter organization. Reference to brief in Chapter I and to A sections of topics in this chapter for major line- aments. Invite attention to Plans accompanying this chapter. Relation- ship of this chapter to other chapters. 21. Relief. A.. General description of relief, Introduction of regional subdivision which is .treated in detail in 213. Be Relief description by regions.' To include such materials as; Defensive zones, effects on movement, corridors. 22. Drainage and 'Water Supply. A. Description of general drainage pattern and water supply for area as a whole. Indicate major lakes, swamps, streams, and water supply conditions, and point out their relation to military operations. Relation of paddy lands to drainage. 23. Seasonal Change. A. Description of general seasonal characteristics. Be Description for each relief region, of the military implications of seasonal change on movement, on soil, on drainage, etc. 24. Soil Trafficability. A. General explanation of soil trafficability and major factors which affect it in this area. Detailed explanation of soil morphology and of climatic conditions in area not tequired. Be Soil trafficability by regions. Indicate seasonal changes. 25. Vegetation. A. General types of vegetation cover, and relation of each to military operations. (Note seasonal changes in color and character)? (1) Uncultivated. (2) Cultivated. Be Detailed description of uncultivated and cultivated vegetation pattern within each relief region. Include such material as; Cover, concealment, fuel, forage, construction, camouflage, seasonal change, effect on movement and combat,. 26. Regional Summary Table, To include a summary of relief, drainage, vegetation, natural water supply and seasonal changes for each of the relief regions. Small islands not treated in detail in text may be included in table. 27, Natural Critical Areas. A. Definitions of natural critical area.-- ground, naval, and air con- siderations. B. List of natural critical areas with brief statement concerning the importance of each to tactical and strategical planning. -3- Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For RelSe 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000030015-7 28. Routes to Natural Critical Areas. A. General description of route pattern for area as a whole, 3. Detailed description of major and alternate routes. To include description of relief, potential defensive zones, vegetation, drainage and water supply, soil trafficability, seasonal char- .acteristics. 29. Principal Sources. A full summary of'the chapter giving essential facts to be included .in'Chapter I. The most important maps and illustrations'should be repeated in Chapter I, and reference to them should be included in the text material. Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Reles' a 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A0000030015-7 OUTLINE GUIDE FOR JANIS CHAPTER III OCEANOGRAPHY 30, Introduction. Relation of Oceanography to operations in this area. General explana- tion of chapter organization. Reliability of data, Invite attention to any important figures or plans accompanying chapter, 31. Tide s and Curr ents. A. Tides. (1) Tidal differences and constants. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Time differences. Height differences. Ranges. Levels, Example. (2) Sun, moon and tides. B. Tidal and local currents. C. General circulation. 32. Sea and Swell. A. Sea, (1) Amounts of sea, (2) Direction of seas. (3) Relationship between wind velocity and state of sea, B. Swell. (1) Amount of swell, (2) Direction of swell, C. Loocal sea and swell.conditions (optional), 33. Ice conditions, 34. Sea 'eater Characteristics, A. Surface and subsurface temperature. (1) Seasonal variation of surface temperature, (a) Horizontal distribution. (b) Temperature range. (c) Relationship between sea and air temperatures. (d) Fog. (2) Variation of temperature with depth. B. Surface and subsurface salinity. (1) Seasonal variation of surface salinity. (a) Horizontal distribution. (b) Salinity range. (c) Electrical conductivity. (2) Variation of salinity with depth. C. Density. (1) (2) (>) Horizontal distribution of surface density, Variation of density with depth. Use of density gradients by submarines. -5-.- Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Rele 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000030015-7 P. Acoustic conditions. (1) Seasonal variation. (2) Variation with depth, (3) Background noise. E. Transparency and color of water. (1.) Transparency. (2) Color.. 35, Bottom Sediments. Characteristics of sediment types. B. Horizontal distribution.. 36. Biological Factors. A. Algae (seaweeds). B: Bioluminescence ("phosphorescence"). 37d Principal Sources. Brief. A full summary of the chapter giving essential facts, to be included in Chapter I. The most important maps and illustrations may be re- peated in Chapter I. and reference to them should be included in the text material. -6- Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Re to 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147 Q, 015-7 OUTLINE GUIDE FOR JANIS CHAPTER IV COASTS AND LANDING BNACHBS )40.. Introduction. General explanation of chapter organizatioi., Parts of coast described and basis of selection.' References to Plans, Sailing Directions, Port Facilities chapter, and appropriate charts for information on approaches, anchorages, and dangers to navigation. Problems of nomen- clature. Reliability of data. Scale of bottom gradients. Use of nauti- cal and statute miles. Note on use of past tense for description of navigational aids. Break-down by major regions or sectors: summary of coasts; summary of beaches (include.summary map or maps on standard JANIS base). 11. Region or sector. A. Single island or major division of coast: first segment or minor division (if detailed break-dorm is warranted). General statement. (Summary of general characteristics.) (1) Coast (concise description of principal characteristics, pro- gressing along coastal segment; give for each part of coast a brief general statement of offshore approach and shore features, followed by more complete description of coastal terrain. Treatment to be far less detailed than in sailing directions. (2) Landing places (exclude general coastal description). (a) Single beach (or group of closely related beaches) or Single landing place (or group of closely related land- ing places other than beaches) (piers, quays, breakwaters, river banks, low shores, etc.) (b) Single beach or single landing place (as in (a) above). NOTE: Mien description of beach or landing place (a), (b), (c), etc., is brief, entire description can be run without subheadings. Vdhon description is longer or when several closely related beaches or landing places are described as a unit; farther subdivision can be made under headings 1, 2, 3, L, as follows: (Single beach or group of closely related beaches.) 1. Location and extent (give location of beach, not of coastal segment; length and shape of beach; location with regard to landmarks and developed areas). 2. Nearshore (deal largely with area shoreward of 5-fathom line; bottom gradient and character of bottom; locations and depths of reefs, bars, rocks, shoals, and other dangers; anchorage areas; local conditions of winds, tides, currents, waves and water temperatures). 3. Character of beach (physical consistency; width; grad- ient; surf and currents; structures such as groins and bulkheads; locations of rivers and streams entering or crossing beach; tidal flats and salt marsh, includ- ing consistency of bottom; local use; local weather peculiarities; sources of water -- potable and non- potable; areas suitable for landings). 4. Adjacent terrain and exits. (Topography inland and on flanks of beach; roads, trails, waterways, and cross- country exits; emergency landing plates for aircraft; nearest potable water; nearest radio, telephone, and telegraph; telephone, telegraph and power lines; power plants; railroads; habitations). Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 -7- Approved For Rete se 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A0N100030015-7 RESTRICTED (Single landing place or group of closely related landing places other than beaches.) (Refer to Port Facilities Chapter if described there.) 1. Location and extent (give location of landing place, not of coastal segment; location with regard to landmarks and developed areas). 2. Nearshore (same as for beaches). 3. Nature of landing place (structure; size and capacity; surf and currents; local use; local weather peculiarities; sources of water -- potable and non- potable). 4. Adjacent terrain and exits (same as for beaches). Single island or major division of coat: second segment or minor division (if detailed broak-down is warranted). General statement. (1), (2), as above. C. Single island or major division of coast; third segment, etc. General statement. (1), (2), as aoove. 42. Region or sector. L3. Region or sector. ~1~. Principdl sources. Brief. A full summary of this chapter, giv:Lng essential facts to be included in Chapter I. The most :i.:npor.tant maps and illustrations may be repeated in Chapter I, and reference to them should be included in the brief. Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CJ.:RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Ree 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000030015-7 RESTRICTED OUTLINE GUIDE FOR JANIS CHAPTER V CLIMATE AND WEATHER 50. Introduction. Evaluation of material presented in chapter from standpoint of adequacy of records. General explanation of chapter organization inviting attention to important figures and tables. 51. General Climatic - Synoptic Regime. A, Brief description of climate and weather of area. B. Major climatic controls. C. Synoptic aspects of climate or weather ( or general description of seasons). 52. Operational Significance of Climate and Weather. A. Ground operations, (Special attention to freezing of soil mantle and water bodies and time of thaw.) operations. Low level operations. High level operations. Incendiary bombing. Parachute operations. C, Naval operations. (Special emphasis on freezing of water bodies.) D. Amphibian operations. (Special emphasis on freezing of coastal waters to permit landing on ice, etc.) E. Chemical warfare. 53? Synoptic Weather Types and Forecast Problems. 54. Climatic Surrmary. A. Precipitation. B. Temperature, C. Humidity. D. Surface wind. E. Sea and swell.. F, Upper air wind. G. Cloud. (1) Cloudiness. (2) Ceiling. Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Reuse 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A07o~({~7(~ 5-7 .R..ill PM 55. H. Turbulence and thunderstorms, I. Icing. S. Visibility, fog, haze, dust, smoke. Principal Sources. Brief. A full summary of chapter including essential facts to be included in Chapter I. Graphs and tables similar'te those in Climatic Information Guide may be included with brief if desired. Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For R e ' se 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A0003G p p9 j OUTLINE GUIDE FOR JANIS CHAPTER VI PORT FACILITIES 60. Introduction. (Basis of selection between principal _and secondary ports. Invite attention to chapter organization, important illustrations, etc.). 61. Principal Ports. A, Name of port. (Brief description of highlight of port.) (1) Harbor (type, customary use, depth, size, shelter). (a) Entrance ciannel. (b) Anchorage (area, depths, hole in ' ground, number of berths if possible). (c) significant hydrographic featur. es, (tid.es, currents, etc.). (d) Local weather (very brief treatment as affecting port operations). (2) Landing facilities. (a) Piers, wharves, and quays (brief summary statement on character, strength, etc., of .facilities followed by description by units in tabular form) : (3) (L) (5) (b) Other mechanical handling facilities (in tabular form). (c) Harbor craft. Storage facilities. (a) Grain elevators (capacity, type, rate of loading, etc.). (b) Storage warehouses (location, type, railway sidings and truck platforms, capacity, type and character of receiving and shipping appliances). (c) Supply dumps (location, area, transportation connections). Capacity and clearance. (a) Actual annual traffic (recent peak year, type of traffic, breakdown by major co.rnrraoditi es) . (b) Estimated unloading capacity. (c) Estimated clearance capacity. (d) Facilities for clearing port (railroad, road, water, etc.). Supplies (brief treatment of availability). (a) Water (source, amount, quality). (b) Oil and gasoline (bunkering capacity, storage tank capacity, stocks). (c) Coal (bunkering capacity, stocks, method and rate of delivery). (d) Electricity. (e) Other supplies. 1. Name and location (reference number on map). 2. Owner and operator. 3. Type and use. 41. Construction. 5. Dime?isions and depths alongside (include length of berthing space, width of apron, maximum weight, etc,, if available). 6. Transit sheds. 7. Mechanical handling facilities (number, type capacity per lift, reach of boom, motive power). 8. Rail connection. 9. Capacity for general cargo (tons per. day). 10. Facilities for nighthandling, 11. Other facilities (specific headings such as: water piped on, oil lines, etc.). 12. Remarks. -11- Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Rse 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 RESTRICTED (6) Repair facilities. (a) Dry docks and marine railways (location, dimensions, capacity). (b) Floating docks (dimensions, capacity). (c) Marine repair plants (facilities, capacity). 62. Secondary Ports. A. Name of port. (1) Harbor (location, type, depth, size, shelter, anchoraz,e, weather, tides, number and size of berths). (2) Landing and storage facilities (summary statement and tabular description by piers or quays, including warehouses, supply dumps, harbor craft). (3) Clearance and capacity. (t,.) Supplies (water, oil., coal, electricity, and other, specifi- cally important to ships). (5) Repair facilities (cryd.ocks, marine railways, repair plants), 63. Other landings (if necessary; handle by t:.bl_e). 661 Principal Sources. (A full summary of. chapter giving essential facts for inclusion in Chapter I.) Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 OUTLINE GUIDE FOR JAMS Approved For RdOwdse 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A0 300030015-7 CHAPTER VII Brief summary (shorter than brief for Chapter I). Other general items, such as plan of organization, but only if necessary. General statement of scope of chapter. If necessary, invite attention to important illustrative material. 71.., Railroads. A. General. Pattern (including operating and dismantled lines); vulnerable points; roadbed and track (ballast, ties, rails, switches and signals, sidings, etc.); brief treatment of methods of operation (right or left hand operation, train order and telegraph,etc,); rolling stock (including locomotives, freight cars, and passen- ger cars); yards; shops; roundhouses; turntables; bridges; tunnels; traffic and traffic capacity; administration. B. Individual lines, Description of route; termini; links; gauge and number of tracks; rails; rolling stock; yards; shops; roundhouses; bridges; tunnels; other vulnerable points; branch lines and spurs; new construction; volume and traffic; capacity. 72. Roads and Trails. A. General. Pattern (existing and destroyed); effects of climate and weather; standards of construction and quality; maintenance and mainten- ance facilities; capacity; administration.. B, Individual roads. Route description; termini and links; strategic importance and vulnerability; roadbed description; standards and facilities of maintenance; bridges and tunnels; repairs and supplies available. 73. Water Transport. A. Coastal water transport. Routes, both regular and irregular; ports-of-call; frequency of sailings; types of vessels used; native crews; effect of weather. B. Inland water transport. Rivers, canals, lakes, lagoons; channels; water sources; traffic; capacity; hauling facilities; effects of weather; vulnerability. C. Landings on ice in winter. 74. Radio. Administration; equipment (broadcasting and receiving); radiotelegraph; radiotelephone; radio broadcasting; radio stations. 75. Telegraph. Pattern of network and localization of lines; stations; route equip- ment; local stocks of construction materials; standard of maintenance; administration; availability of trained personnel; vulnerable features.. 76. Telephone. Pattern of network and localization of lines; trunk lines, rural lines; centrals; route equipment,. 77. Submarine cables. Port of arrival and farther terminus; administration; equipment; facilities for repair and storage of reserve supplies; present con- dition; vulnerable features. 78. Principal Sources. Brief. pf ~e4a~V e1gisg /66M'1 &A-1Pb I 6+ 1 fA bO `~O~e30 dod in p r -13- Approved For Rdlwdse 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147AOOd300030015-7 RESTRICTED OUTLINE GUIDE FOR JANIS CHAPTER VIII TOWNS AND VILLAGES 80. General description. A. Pattern of urban settlement. B. Degree of urbanization. C. Functions of cities and towns. D. General characteristics of cities and towns in the area. E. Major cities: 81. Towns and villages of Region A. A. Introduction. B. TownsX. (Population-if no date, estimate) (1) Location-and importance from the standpoint of strategic position, trade, political significance, etc. (2) Mean's of access: (a) (b) (c) (d) Wateri Rail. Road. Air. (3) Physical characteristics (site and pattern). (a) Relation to surface features. (b) Shape and dimensions, (c) Degree of compactness and chief open spaces. (d) Street plan. (e) Differentiated sections--cormiircial, residential, industrial. (Li) Factories. (5) Warehouses and storage. (6) Billeting facilities. (a) Military barracks. (b) Schools. (c) Hotels. (7) Health and sanitation facilities. (a) Hospitals and medical personnel. (b) Sewage disposal. 82. ?3. 8L.. 85. (11) Repair and service facilities. (a) Marine. (b) Railroad, tram. (c) Machine shops and foundries. (d) Garages. C. Town Y (detail as in Town X, if applicable) D. Village (less detailed treatment than town X) Towns of Region B (detail as in Region A). Towns of Region C (detail as in Region A). Glossary. Principal Sources. Brief. A full summary of chapter giving essential facts to be included in Chapter I. (8) (9) (10) Buildings (other). Internal transportation. (a) Subway or rail. (b) Tram. (c) Road (auto, bus, truck). (d) Canal and river ferry. Public utilities. (a) ,,.rater. (b) Power. (c) Ice. (d) Gas. (e) Communications. 1. telephone. 2. telegraph. 3. cable. 4. wireless (radio). (f) Fire fighting. Approved For Release 2002/06/11 LEI4:RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Re a 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000 00030015-7 OUTLINE GUIDr FOR JANIS CHAPTER IX RESOURCES AND TRADE; Note on General Organization: Treat topics for area as a whole, with sub- division for adjacent islands within topics wherever significant. 90. Introduction. General statement of scope of chapter, invite attention to important illustrations, etc. A. Agriculture. (Type-and location of farming areas and production including livestock, time of planting and harvesting, and methods of cultivation, annual regional surplus, marketing (local)s recent production trends. Same on non-food crops. B. Fish?;ries. (Production, equipment, ports and facilities for edible fish, normal range of operation at sea. Note poisonous fish.) C. Processing, refrigeration and storage (location, equipment, capacity, etc.)i 92. Water Supply. A. Natural availability by islands or groups of islands.' B. Developed sources (location, type, capacity, quality), adaptability to military water supply equipment, vulnerability. C. Distribution, use and storage (for each island). 93. Construction Materials. (Location, distribution, reserves, ownership, quality, and quantity of wood, stone, clay, sand, gravel, lime, cement stone, etc.' Wood is con- struction wood only. Give locations of forests, sawmills, and data regarding fire hazards) 91t.. Industrial Raw Materials and Primary Processing. A. General. (Characterization of area-s position as exporter or net user of industrial raw materials, labor problems in mining and agri- culture in general.) B. Minerals.. (Location, production and trends, stocks-and storage facilities, distribution by type and location of use, reserves, mining methods, power-water-fuel requirements, labor availability and quality, vul- nerability to sabotage and bombing of; iron and alloy metals; non- ferrous metals; asbestos, sulfur, etc.) C. Fuel (coal, firewood only and petroleum). (Sources, quantity, stocks and storage facilities, distribution by type and location of use, ownership, labor availability, fire hazard in forests.) D. Agricultural and marine materials. (Sources--amount, quality, producing areas; stocks and storage facil- ities, possibility of expanding production, distribution by type and location of use.) ..1~_ Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 95. Manufacturing Plants. A. General. (Characterization of industry of area as a whole, relation as consumer or source of material to rest of country; labor problems in manufacturing in general.) B. List by products. etc. (Location,'physicai description, production and trends, raw mate- rials-used, destination of final product, pon er-water-.fuel require- ments, labor quality and availability, nature of government controls and subsidization, vulnerability to sabotage and bombing and repara- bility, usefulness to military forces.) 96'x. Electric Power (by regions). A. Generation. (Location, type, vulnerability; capacity in k.w., k.v.a. or-h.p., and size; K.W.H. output; current characteristics; transmission, distribu- tion, and area served; operator; source of replacement parts. B. Transmission and consumer distribution. Type of current; types of plugs and appliances; (source of power); transformer and substations; transmission--overhead or underground; power consumed in K.'J.H.; loads--maximum recorded and totals connected in k.w.; principal use; available surplus power. 97. Commerce. (very brief) Flow of trade. (Commodities, origins, and destinations.) 98. Finance. (very brief) (Currency and coinage (note issue); checks and other financial instruments-- brief description; foreign exchange rates and purchasing power of monetary unit; brief description of banking system. 99. Principal Sources. A full summary of the Chapter giving essential facts for inclusion in Chapter I. -16- Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 RESTRICT'M Approved For Re se 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-1 OUTLINE GUIDE FOR JANIS CHAPTER X PEOPLE AND GO ii NP_ 1T (In Area only) 100. Introduction. General statement as to scope of Chapter. 101. Population (Physical, cultural and social characteristics). A. Russians. B. Natives. 102. Labor Supply: (Suitability of inhabitants for labor..-energy, skill, reliability, attitude, strength, etc.). 103. Governmental Organization (Local). 104, Security and Public Order. 105. Political Factors. 106. Principal Sources. B ri of.. A full summary of Chapter, giving essential facts for inclusion in Chapter I. -17- Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Rele se 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000030003 1J5 TCTED OUTLINE GUIDE FOR J iNIS CI1AP T J R XI HEALTH AND SATuITATION 110. Introduction. (An evaluation of material presented in Chapter from standpoint of adequacy of medical records. A. Water. B. Waste disposal. C. Animals. (1) Vectors of disease. (2) Dangerous animals. (3) Pests. D. Plants. E. Food. 112. Public Health and Medical Facilities. A. Public health organization. B. Hospitals. and medical institutions. C. Medical personnel (in broadest sense--dentists, veterinarians, etc.) D. Social service agencies. 113. Diseases. A. Diseases of military importance. (1) (2) B. Diseases of potential military importance. (1) Endemic diseases, (2) Disease which may be introduced. C. Diseases of minor military importance. D. Diseases common among civil population. D. Miscellaneous diseases. 114. Recommendations (in order of importance). 115. Principal Sources. Brief. A full summary of chapter giving essential facts for inclusion in Chapter I. Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 -18- Approved For ReMse 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A0000~f5-7 OUTLI,E GUIDE FOR JANIS CHAPTER, XII DEFEN?SES 120. Introduction. Statement of scope of Chapter indicating its organization and content. Invite attention to important illustrations, etc. 1.21. Organization of Array and Navy defense forces. A. Administration, D. Tactics. C. Normal disposition of forces (material and personnel). D. Labor battalions (non-combat). 122. Supply and P:laintenance. A. Depots. (Name, location, capacity and general description of supply and maintenance depots.) B. Supply routes, (1) Overland. (2) Waterways. 123. Fixed Fortifications. (Include map overlay.) (List the defended ports and isolated landing belches according to name, each a lettered sub-topic, and under each show the available information tinder 15 sub-paragraphs as follows.) (1) CoastF defense_,batteries . Ilame of battery. Number of guns (distinguished between guuns, howitzers, and mortars). Caliber of guns. Exact model of guns. Exact location of emplacements. Detailed description of emplacements. Camouflage . Protection for gun and crew. Detailed description of guns. Maximum ra,.ge. Effective range. Type of loading. Rate of fire. Rate of traverse. Types of projectiles available. Color of dye of projectiles assigned to each gun. Number of men in each gun crew. Replacement crews available. Ammunition dump, its exact location, and protection. Method of bringing ammunition to guns. Arc of fire of guns.. Landmarks to identify battery from seaward. Location and detailed description of base and stations, OP's, rangefinders, directors, plotting rooms and searchlights. Method of communication with guns. Local defenses. AA guns. Machine gun, trenches, wire entanglements. Personal weapons of crew. Places of the battery in the general, organization of coast artillery. Total number of men in the administrative battery. (2) Era laced field artillery batteries. Same information required as for (1) above, with appropriate modifications. Railway artillery which could be emplaced along a coast is to be described under this heading. Approved For Release 2002/06/11 - 1A-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 RESTRICTED (3) Medium AA batteries. Same information required as for (1) above, with appropriate modifications. - Maximwn and effective vertical and horizontal ranges. (4) Air warnin systonis. Lookout stations and equipment. Radar installations. Communication systems. Reaction to alerts. (5) Miscel?+er.Anl~s 0 Barrage balloons. Submarine detector equipment. Smoke generating apparatus. Beach patrols and observation posts. 124. Potential Defense Areas (include map overlay). Repeat sub-topics under 123 as applicable. 125. Bibliography. Brief. A full summary of Chapter, giving essential facts, for inclusion only in Chapter I. Approved For Release 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A000300030015-7 Approved For Ree 2002/06/11 : CIA-RDP79-01147A0000030015-7 RESTRICTED OUTLINL GUIDE FOR JANIS . CHAPTER XIII NAVAL FACILITL S 130. Introduction. Statement of scope of chapter indicating its organization and content. Invite attention to important illustrations, maps, etc. 131. Organization. A. Administration. B. Normal. disposition of forces (ships and personnel within the drew). 132. Supply and Maintenance. A._ Depots (name, location, capacity and goner. al description of supply and maintenance depots). B. Repair facilities (general summary; specific installations to be listed under topic 133). 133. Naval Bases and Stations (include map overlay locating these). List the bases and stations by namo as lettered subtopics, and under each give the available information suggested below in consecutively numbered paragraphs. A. Name of base or station (include fueling stations). (1) General description (if possible use photographs, sketches, maps, etc., to show location and extent). (2) Harbor and entrance channel- (type of harbor and nature of port, depths, size, shelter, nature of shores, etc. Introduce this only when it is not described in the chapter on Port Facilities. Otherwise insert a reference to that chapter). (3) Anchorages used by naval vessels (area, depths, holding ground, location with reference to naval installations). (ii) Naval loading and unloading facilities (piers, - quays, and- wharves used for transshipment of n awa.l stores, munitions; personnel,' etc. 'Locate and describe typo of construction, dimensions; etc., if information is available). (5) l Tareehouses, storage facilities, supply dumps.' (a) Warehouses (type, dimensions or capacity, location ;ith ref .rence to loading end unloading fa^cil.ities, etc., if information is iv a..l. ble) . (b) Supply dumps (location, typo of matorio_l stored, extant, proximity to transportation facilities, etc.). (6) Supplies. - (a) Water (source, amount, quality, servicing). (b) Fuel (bunkering and stor.- go tank capacity, stocks, servicing, any other- pertinent information). (c) Electricity (sources, location of plants, switching stations, generating capacity, etc.). (7) Facilities for clearing port. (Bri f account of rail and inland waterway facilittc.s serving the naval base or station). (~) Shipyards and repair facilities. (a) (Under lettered sub-paragraphs describe the various components of the shipyard. If more than one shipyard is located at a base, discuss it under the naz;,t numbered paragraph). (b) Marine railways (location, capacity). (c) Drydocks (loc