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November 18, 1954
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Approved For Release 2008/06/10 :CIA-RDP80-00810A005400500005-5 This material contains information aIIectin8 the Na- tional Defense of the IInited Stag within the mean- ing of the Espionage 7rwa, Title 18. II.B.(3. Seca. 793 and 794, the transmission or revelation o:[ which in any manner to an unauthorised Demon L prohibited by law. 25X1 REPORT DATE DISTR. 18 1(ovenber 1954 NO. OF PAGES 2 REQUIREMENT NO. RD REFERENCES THE SOURCE EVALUATIONS IN THIS REPORT ARE DEFINITIVE. ~ THE APPRAISAL OF CONTENT IS TENTATIVE. (FOR KEY SEE REVERSE) 2. Bomber Unitas a. Briesen: 23 ~,-28's were counted here on 10 Aovenber. b. Werneuchen: 47 II,-28~ s were observed on the Field on 11 ltovenber. 3. Fil~hter Units: a, General: After a relatively quiet period from 1 to 9 lfovenber~ air actiT ity was intensified. A number of airfields had only two MIG-15's as alert aircraft, instead of the usual four. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE A~SENCY INFORMATION REPORT SFICRET The following is a susalary of information on Soviet and East German Air Foree actiT ities and airfields in East Germany received prior to 16 November: 25X1 ~. Airfield Occupation and Air Activity: 1, General: There was no change in the disposition of units. Air activity was held dawn due t? maintenance work and unfavorable weather. Anew training cycle is probably about to start. East Germany Weekly Air S~none~ry b. Mersebur~: 15 MiG-15's were observed on 3 1~