INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE AND AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE

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Approved For Retlease 2003j0'5/Q,5,'1-,CIA -RDQ 1 00 918000300150001-4 INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE AND AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE FOURTH EDITION March 1967 UNITED STATES INTELLIGENCE BOARD COMMITTEE ON DOCUMENTATION Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE AND AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE FOURTH EDITION March 1967 UNITED STATES INTELLIGENCE BOARD COMMITTEE ON DOCUMENTATION Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword............. ......................................................... III Introduction ................................................................... V List of Chapters ............................................................... IX Chapter Summaries ............................................................ XI Subject Modifiers In Numerical Order ......................................................... XIX In Alphabetical Order ...................................................... XXV Subject Classification Code.... ..................................... I-1 through VII-17 Area Classification Code ................................................... See tab Area Alphabetical Index ................................................... See tab Subject Alphabetical Index ................................................. See tab MARCH 1967Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE I Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE Foreword The Intelligence Subject Code (ISC) was initially developed by the Central Intelligence Agency and was adopted in 1948 for use with a punched card system. In 1955 the Hoover Commission Task Force on Intelligence Activities recommended that "all departments within the Defense estab- lishment and the Department of State adopt a single indexing system based on the Intelligence Subject Code." Soon thereafter the ISC was adopted by the intelligence community for use by member organizations. The revised edition of the Intelligence Subject Code and area classification code, published in February 1960, was prepared under the auspices of the Committee on Documentation of the United States Intelligence Board. In effect this was a new code designed to meet the requirements of the intelligence community and to reflect changes considered necessary after ten years of ex- perience with the original code. This fourth edition of the revised Intelligence Subject Code has been produced by a comput- erized typesetting method. The present text incorporates the changes in the past two and a half years which have been approved by the CODIB Working Group on the Intelligence Subject Code. The comments of users on means to improve the code are welcomed. Training classes for any user of the ISC in the intelligence community are conducted periodically at CIA headquarters. Requests should be addressed to the Chief, Indexing and Services Division, Office of Central Reference, Central Intelligence Agency. Chairman Committee on Documentation United States Intelligence Board Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE INTRODUCTION The ISC is designed to provide subject and area references to the information contained in intelligence reports as required by a general intelligence document reference service using either manual or machine methods. Specialized terminology and technical detail have been kept to a minimum. Definitions, scope notes, cross references, and area rules are included to aid in the uni- form application of the ISC. The ISC is an index of medium depth, but greater specificity can be obtained by: (A) extending the numbering system beyond the sixth digit; (B) augmenting specific portions of the basic ISC; or (C) adding key words in clear text. The ISC should be applied in a specific manner because intelligence reporting and retrieval requests are usually specific in nature. For example, a document dealing with various types of naval vessels should be indexed under the specific type of vessel rather than under the general heading of naval vessels. General headings should be used only for general reporting. Inasmuch as the ISC is a classified index, a generic search can be made for all naval vessels because they are listed in the same section. NOTATION SYSTEM (CODE) The six digit numeric notation system is constructed as follows: A. The first digit identifies the Chapter (1-7); B. The second and third digits in combination identify the major subject classes within each chapter (01-99); C. The last three digits are allocated to the subject subdivisions within each class. No notation is assigned to the first category level within each chapter, but for outline purposes letters are assigned to the broad subjects, e.g., Chapter I, A. General; B. State. In order to allow for interpolation of new subjects, gaps have been left throughout the nota- tion scheme. In the last three digit positions the hierarchy in the notation could not always be main- tained because the subject arrangement or density would not permit, e.g., see the subject sub- divisions under 135.000. SUBJECT MODIFIERS The subject modifiers are a faceting device which can be combined with certain subjects to specify actions or states which affect those subjects. They are comparable to subject subdivisions, to auxiliary tables, or to various faceting devices found in other classification schemes. A complete list of subject modifiers, with the chapters and sections to which they apply, follows this introduction. In order to insure logical application, the subject modifiers usually apply only to specified sub- ject categories rather than to any subject within the entire ISC. AREA RELATIONSHIPS The ISC includes area rules for indexing information under those subject headings which imply area relationships. These rules appear under the subject headings to which they apply and are MARCH 19Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE V Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 expressed in terms of primary and secondary areas. Primary area is country of origin, policy, or attitude; secondary area is country of destination or recipient of action, policy, or attitude. If no area rule appears, it is assumed that area relationships are not used with the subject code. The language of the ISC subject headings determines which type of relationship is implied. The subject index in alphabetical order consists primarily of the terminology used in the ISC. Multiple index entries rather than cross references have been made in order to facilitate its use. The index will be updated from time to time to reflect revisions made in the ISC. Chapter I (100.000)-Government, Politics, and International Activities and Institutes Includes government theory and practice, government organization, domestic politics and political parties; internal security, intelligence and espionage; foreign relations; and international organizations. Appropriate subject modifiers are included. Chapter 11 (200.000)-Social and Cultural Structure and Institutions Includes description of the social structure, institutions, population data, public opinion, and health and welfare. Appropriate subject modifiers are included. Chapter III (300.000)-Science and Technology; Engineering Includes scientific and engineering organizations, fields of interest, processes, and pure research. Appropriate subject modifiers are included. Chapter IV (400.000)-Commerce, Industry, Finance Includes domestic and foreign trade, non-commodity aspects of industry, domestic eco- nomic and financial organizations, and foreign economic relations. Appropriate subject modi- fiers are included. Chapter V (500.000)-Transportation and Communication Systems Includes civilian transportation systems and both civilian and military communication systems. The transportation sections cover civilian systems organizations, facilities, and operations, and equipment inventories, replacement, and maintenance. Descriptions and economic and research aspects of transportation equipment are covered in Chapter VI. The communica- tions sections cover all aspects of both civilian and military systems organizations, facilities, and operations. Appropriate subject modifiers are included. All aspects of communications equipment are covered in Chapter VI. Chapter VI (600.000)-Resources, Commodities, Weapons Includes all economic, military, and research aspects of natural resources and products produced by man, including military weapons and equipment. The subject modifiers pre- ceding and within this chapter are provided to specify the various actions which affect com- modities. PAGE VI Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150d494H 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Chapter VII (700.000) Armed Forces Includes status, policy, hostilities, organization, strategy and tactics, personnel, training, logistics, and installations. Appropriate subject modifiers are included. The Committee on Documentation, USIB, has designated the Central Intelligence Agency as the control point for proposed revisions to the ISC and the area classification code. Proposed changes, additions, or deletions should be forwarded through channels to the headquarters intelligence component of the appropriate agency for review and recommended action. The proposed change will then be submitted to the Chief, Indexing and Services Division, Office of Central Reference, CIA, for disposition after interagency coordination with members of the CODIB Working Group on the Intelligence Subject Code. MARCH 1967 For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VII Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE LIST OF CHAPTERS Chapter I (100.000) Government, Politics, and International Activities and Institutes Chapter II (200.000) Social and Cultural Structure and Institutions Chapter III (300.000) Science and Technology; Engineering Chapter IV (400.000) Commerce, Industry, Finance Chapter V (500.000) Transportation and Communication Systems Chapter VI (600.000) Resources, Commodities, Weapons Chapter VII (700.000) Armed Forces MARCH 1967 PAGE IX Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE CHAPTER SUMMARIES CHAPTER I 100.000 GOVERNMENT, POLITICS, AND INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND INSTITUTES 139.000 National Non-Party Blocs and Movements 101.000 History 141.000 of Political Significance Minorities and Tribes 103.000 Political Thought, Ideologies, and Philosophies 143.000 Political Stability 105.000 Nationalism and Unification 153.000 Public Order and Safety 113.000 General 155.000 Civilian Defense 1 15.000 Executive Branch 157.000 Internal Security and Counterintelligence 117.000 Legislative Branch 159.000 Intelligence and Espionage 119.000 Judicial Branch 161.000 Sabotage Operations and Techniques 121.000 Laws 163.000 Propaganda (Government and Private) 122.000 Administration of Colonies and Dependencies 164.000 Psychological Warfare by Mother Country 123.000 Provincial, Municipal, or Local Government 124.000 Political Programs and Policies of the 173.000 Missions (Government and Private) Regime, General 177.000 Policy Relations with Foreign Countries C. DOMESTIC POLITICAL AFFAIRS AND and Mother Country Dependency Relationships ACTIVITIES 179.000 Hegemony, Spheres of Influence 181 000 P li R i l i h d d . o cy at e ons w t an Attitu es toward 131.000 Elections, National International Organizations 132.000 Referendums 183.000 International Organizations, Movements, 133.000 Political Parties, Non-Communist and Conferences (Government and Non- 135.000 Communism and the Communist Party Government) 136.000 Anti-Communist Measures, Attitudes, and Activities (Government and Private) Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER II 200.000 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL STRUCTURE AND INSTITUTIONS 242.000 Cultural Groups and Movements 245.000 Social Sciences and Allied Sciences 201.000 Social Organization 204.000 National Characteristics 207.000 Customs and Manners 255.000 and Policies Population Data Movements 210.000 Languages and Cultures , , 258.000 Public Opinion and Attitudes 213.000 Cultural Relations and Rivalry with Foreign Countries and Dependencies 261.000 Statements, Opinions, and Views of Individuals 271.000 Sanitation Health Hygiene 233.000 Religion , , 274.000 Public Welfare 236.000 Education 277.000 Social Problems 239.000 Arts and Letters Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER III 300.000 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY; ENGINEERING C. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 301.000 Research Organizations and Facilities, National 343.000 Biology 303.000 Government's Scientific Policy 345.000 Botany 305.000 History and Philosophy of Science, Scientific Method, Scientific Trends 347.000 Zoology 349.000 Agricultural and Forestry Sciences 307 000 Scientific C biliti d V l b l . 309.000 apa es an u nera i ities Scientific Relations with Foreign Countries D. MEDICAL SCIENCES 311.000 Other B. MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES 355.000 Medicine 357.000/ Veterinary Medicine 315.000 Mathematics E. ENGINEERING 317.000 Astronomy, Astrophysics 360.000 General 319.000 Physics 363.000 Civil Engineering 321.000 Chemistry and Chemical Engineering 365.000 Mining Engineering 323.000 Geophysics 367.000 Metallurgy 325.000 Geology 369.000 Mechanical Engineering 327.000 Meteorology 371.000 Electrical Engineering 329.000 Oceanography 373.000 Military and Ordnance Engineering 331.000 Hydrology, Hydrography 381.000 Nuclear Engineering 333.000 Geography and Cartography 383.000 Petroleum Engineering 385.000 Astronautics MARCH 1967 PAGE X111 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER IV 400.000 COMMERCE, INDUSTRY, FINANCE A. ORGANIZATION OF INDUSTRY AND E. LABOR BUSINESS; BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL 453.000 Government Labor Policy ORGANIZATIONS, NOT ELSEWHERE 454.000 Status of Labor CLASSIFIED 455.000 Labor Force 57 000 Conditions Workin urs H W . 4 g , o ages, 401.000 Organization 459.000 Labor Disputes, Strikes 403.000 Business and Industrial Enterprises, Not 461.000 Labor Organizations Elsewhere Classified 463.000 Miscellaneous B. COMMERCIAL PRACTICES AND TECHNIQUES 409.000 Retail and Wholesale Trade F. ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION AND ACTIV- ITIES 411.000 Weights and Measures 467.000 Economic Systems, Theories, and Philosophies 413.000 Fairs, Exhibitions 469.000 Economic Programs and Policies of the C. AGRICULTURAL CONDITIONS, SYSTEMS, Regime, General PRACTICES, AND TECHNIQUES 471.000 Economic Development, Status, and Potential 000 473 Gross National Product (GNP), National 419.000 Agriculture and the Economy . Income, and National Wealth 421.000 Farming Methods 475.000 Government Finance, Banking and Credit, 423.000 Animal Care and Breeding Monetary System 425.000 Plant and Animal Disease Incidence and 477.000 Securities (Stocks and Bonds); Stock Market Control Measures 479.000 Insurance, Except Social Insurance 427.000 Forestry Practices 481.000 Government Economic Planning and Control 429.000 Fishing and the Economy G. FOREIGN ECONOMIC RELATIONS SYSTEMS NS , , D. INDUSTRIAL CONDITIO PRACTICES, AND TECHNIQUES 484.000 485.000 General Foreign Trade 435.000 Business, Industrial, and Factory Management 487.000 Reparations 437.000 Automation 489.000 Foreign Exchange and Gold, Balance of 439.000 Industrial Mobilization Payments, International Capital Movements 441.000 Licensing Agreements and Patent Pools 491.000 Economic Warfare 443.000 Commercial and Industrial Statistics 493.000 Economic Treaties and Agreements, Except 444.000 Relations Between Industry and Government Trade Agreements; Loans to Foreign Countries 495.000 Foreign Investments PAGE XIV MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER V 500.000 TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS A. TRANSPORTATION 549.000 Ships 551.000 Harbors, Seaports Terminal Facilities 501.000 General 552.000 , Construction, Maintenance, and Repair of B. HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM Ports and Harbors 553.000 Operations; Traffic Description and Data 502.000 General 555.000 Rates, Fares, and Schedules 503 000 Com anies (G t d P i . p overnmen an r vate) 504.000 Highway Networks F. CIVIL AVIATION 506.000 Construction, Maintenance, and Repair of Roads, Terminals, and Road Structures 507.000 Vehicles 509.000 Freight and Passenger Terminals and Facilities 510.000 Operations; Traffic Description and Data 560.000 General 561.000 Companies (Government and Private) 562.000 International Operations; International Air Policy 563.000 Routes 512.000 Rates, Fares, and Schedules 565.000 Aircraft 513.000 Non-Motorized Highway Transportation System 567.000 Airfields and Airports (Non-Military) C. RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION 568.000 Construction, Maintenance, and Repair of Airfields and Airfield Faciliti 517.000 General es 569.000 Specialized Civil Aviation Services and Uses 518.000 Companies (Government and Private) 570.000 Private Flying, Gliding 519.000 Railway Networks 571.000 Operations; Traffic Description and Data 521.000 Construction, Maintenance, and Repair of 573.000 Rates, Fares, and Schedules 522.000 Lines, Terminals, and Railway Structures Locomotives and Rolling Stock G. PIPELINES AND MISCELLANEOUS TRANS- 524.000 Freight and Passenger Terminals and Facilities PORTATION SYSTEMS 525.000 Operations; Traffic Description and Data 577.000 Petroleum and Liquefied Petroleum Products 527.000 Rates, Fares, and Schedules 578.000 Natural and Manufactured Gas 580 000 W t D. INLAND WATERWAY TRANSPORTATION . a er 582 000 Mi ll T 531 000 General . sce aneous ransportation Systems . 532.000 Companies (Government and Private) H. COMMUNICATIONS, ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS 533.000 Inland Waterway Networks 585.000 General 535.000 Construction, Maintenance, and Repair of 586.000 Postal 536.000 Waterways, Waterway Structures, and Inland Ports Ships, Barges, Tugs, Tankers, etc. 587.000 Telephone 588.000 Telegraph 589.000 Radio, Including Navigation Radio 538.000 Inland Ports and Terminal Facilities 591.000 Television 539.000 Operations, Traffic Description and Data 592.000 Distribution of Radio Receivers 541.000 Rates, Fares, and Schedules 593.000 Radar, Including Navigation Radar E. MERCHANT MARINE 595.000 Detection, Location, and Control Systems 597 000 El . ectronic Countermeasure Systems; 545.000 General Electromagnetic Warfare Systems; Jamming 546.000 Companies (Government and Private) Intercept Systems 547.000 Routes 598.000 Submarine Cable MARCH 1967 PAGE XV Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER VI 600.000 RESOURCES, COMMODITIES, WEAPONS A. AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, AND FISHERIES; G. MEDICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND ENGINEERING PLANT AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS INSTRUMENTS; INDICATING, RECORDING, 601.000 Agricultural Crops MEASURING, AND CONTROLLING INSTRU- 603.000 Animals, Live MENTS 605.000 Processed Plant Products 606.000 Processed Animal Products 643.000 General 608.000 Rubber 644.000 Optical Instruments 609.000 Forest Products 645.000 Surgical, Medical, and Dental Instruments 610.000 Textiles and Textile Apparel and Supplies 612.000 Paper and Paper Products 646.000 Geophysical Instruments 000 647 Astrophysical Instruments B. CHEMICALS AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL . 648.000 Ordnance Research and Testing Instruments PRODUCTS 649.000 Laboratory Instruments and Apparatus 614.000 General 651.000 Engineering and Miscellaneous Indicating, 615.000 Organic Controlling, Measuring, Recording, and 617.000 Inorganic Testing Instruments and Apparatus 619 000 Not Elsewhere Classified Chemical Products . , H. TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT C. METALS AND MINERALS 653.000 General 621.000 Metals 654.000 Motor Vehicles and Components 623.000 Crude Nonmetallic Minerals 655.000 Railway Equipment 624.000 Metal Products, Not Elsewhere Classified 656.000 Ships, Boats, Seacraft, and Components 625.000 Nonmetallic Mineral Products 657.000 Aircraft and Components 658.000 Airfield Auxiliary Equipment D. FUELS, FUEL PRODUCTS, AND POWER 659.000 Miscellaneous Transportation Equipment 628.000 Fuels 630.000 Power E. MACHINERY AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT 631.000 General Purpose and Industrial Machinery and Equipment 633.000 Special Purpose Machinery F. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 1. ASTRONAUTIC VEHICLES 660.000 General 662.000 Circumterrestrial Stations 663.000 Galactic Vehicles 664.000 Astronautic Vehicle Countermeasures Equipment J. COMMUNICATION AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES 635.000 General 665.000 General 636.000 Electrical Rotating Equipment 666.000 Telephone 637.000 Primary Electric Power Transmission and 667.000 Telegraph Distribution Equipment 668.000 Radio, Including Navigation Radio 638.000 Secondary Distribution Equipment and 669.000 Television Wiring Devices 670.000 Radar, Including Navigation Radar 639.000 Non rotary Power Converters 672.000 Navigation Equipment, Electronic and Non- 640.000 Electric Lamps Electronic, Except Radio and Radar 642.000 Miscellaneous Electrical Equipment 673.000 Detection, Location, and Control Equipment PAGE XVI A CH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 :CIA-RDP81 S009918000300150001-J Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 674.000 Electronic Countermeasure Equipment; 683.000 Aircraft Weapons and Ammunition Electromagnetic Warfare Equipment 684.000 Nuclear Warfare Equipment 676.000 Electronic Data Processing Equipment and 685.000 Biological Warfare Equipment Computers 686.000 Chemical Warfare Equipment 677.000 Miscellaneous Electronic Devices 688.000 Guided Missiles 678.000 Electronic, Communication Components 690.000 Other Weapons K. WEAPONS, AMMUNITION, AND MILITARY EQUIPMENT 691.000 Quartermaster and Miscellaneous Military Equipment 680.000 General 681.000 Ground Weapons and Ammunition 682.000 Naval Weapons and Ammunition L. OTHER PRODUCTS AND EQUIPMENT 694.000 Miscellaneous End Products of Manufacturing Industries MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81SO0991R000300150001-4 PAGE XVII Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER VII 700.000 ARMED FORCES A. GENERAL F. PERSONNEL 701.000 Status of the Armed Forces 747.000 General 702.000 Manpower and Personnel Procurement 748.000 Characteristics B. MILITARY POLICY 749.000 Ranks 750.000 Pay and Allowances 707.000 Mission and Objectives 708.000 Military Intentions 751.000 Assignment, Promotion, Demotion 709.000 Budgeting and Financing 752.000 Military Benefits 710.000 Rearmament 754.000 Insignia 711.000 Disarmament 755.000 Women in the Services 712.000 Weapons and Supplies Program, General 757.000 Retirement, Discharge 713.000 Military Research and Development Policy 758.000 Civilian Personnel 714.000 Weapons Employment Policy and Potential 759.000 Discipline 000 6 Military and Defense tive Securit ll C 71 . y, ec o Agreements G. TRAINING 717.000 Foreign Military Assistance 718.000 Foreign Reaction to Military Policy 763.000 Premilitary 765.000 Post Induction, Non-Specialist Basic and C. HOSTILITIES AND HOSTILE ACTS Advanced Training 720.000 Insurgent Movements 767.000 Maneuvers and Field Exercises 721.000 Government Anti-insurgent Measuresand 768.000 Parades, Reviews Activities 769.000 Training Procedures and Curricula 722.000 Territorial Incidents 770.000 Specialized 723.000 Operations Against Foreign Countries 771.000 Military Schools 725.000 Effect of Hostilities 772.000 Training Areas 726.000 Cease Fire, Truce, Armistice 773.000 Ground Forces 727.000 Military Government 774.000 Naval Forces D. ORGANIZATION OF THE ARMED FORCES 775.000 Air Forces 730.000 National Military Establishment 731.000 Commanders, Chiefs-of-Staff 732.000 Staff Level Organization 733.000 Territorial Organization 735.000 Administrative Organization, Bureaus, Directorates, and Technical Services 736.000 Ground Forces 737.000 Naval Forces 738.000 Air Forces 739.000 Irregular and Paramilitary Forces Usually Under Armed Forces Control or Administration 740.000 Missile Forces 742.000 Military Publications, Regulations E. DOCTRINE, STRATEGY, AND TACTICS 743.000 Doctrine, Strategy, Theories of Warfare 744.000 Tactics and Operations H. LOGISTICS 779.000 Supply Methods and Operating Procedures 780.000 Troop and Supply Movement Statistics, Methods, and Operating Procedures 782.000 Servicing Techniques and Procedures 784.000 Maintenance Under Unusual Climatic Conditions 1. INSTALLATIONS, BASES 786.000 Security 787.000 Depots 788.000 Defense Installations 789.000 Ground Force Installations, Except Defense 790.000 Naval Installations, Except Defense 791.000 Air Force Installations, Except Defense 793.000 Unidentified Military Installations, Sites, and Objects MARCH 1967 PAGE XVIII Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT MODIFIERS IN NUMERICAL ORDER See the introduction and the first page of Chapter VI for a detailed explanation of Subject Modifier application. Some Subject Modifier numbers have been left blank to allow for the addi- tion of new modifiers. These modifiers also appear in an alphabetical listing and in the overall alphabetical index to the ISC. Applicable Chapter or Modifier Title Section of the ISC 001 Biography ...................................... All Appropriate Codes 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 Communications (Labor Force) ...................... 453-463 Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing (Labor Force)........ 453-463 Mining (Labor Force) ............................. 453-463 Fuels and Power (Labor Force) ..................... 453-463 Industry (Factory Workers) ........................ 453-463 Transportation (Labor Force) ....................... 453-463 Commerce (Labor Force) .......................... 453-463 Government Employees (Labor Force) ................ 453-463 Professional Groups (Labor Force) .................. 453-463 Other (Labor Force) .............................. 453-463 Exploration and Prospecting ....................... 600 Deposits and Natural Resources .................... 600 Organization ................................... Description and/or Specific Pinpoint Location of Facilities. Underground Installations .......................... 027 Sabotage, Safety, Security, Vulnerability ............. 028 Automation ..................................... 029 Manpower (Labor Force) .......................... 115, 200, 300, 600 All Appropriate Codes 135.244, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 700 135.244, 300, 400, 600, 700 500, 600 300, 600 MARCH 1967Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE XIX Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Investments and Subsidies; Financial Interests......... . Foreign Interests and Concessions; Treaties and Agree- ments (See Also Trade Agreements) 030 031 033 Conversion and Convertibility ...................... 034 Dismantling, Relocation ............................ 035 Production Difficulties ............................. 036 Abandonment, Deactivation (May 63) ............... 037 Reactivation (May 63) ............................ 038 039 Processing ...................................... 040 Product Specifications and Description ............... 041 Product Inspection and Testing ..................... 042 Input Data ..................................... 043 Substitutes and Synthetics ......................... 044 .......................... 045 Product Maintenance, Repair, Replacement.......... . 046 Product Modernization or Modification ............... 047 Performance Characteristics (May 63) ............... 048 Malfunction (Feb. 64) ............................. 049 Production Data ................................. 050 Planned and Estimated Future Production ............. 051 Production Plan Fulfillment ......................... 052 Commodity Capacity ............................. 053 Consumption .................................... 054 Requirements ................................... 055 Allocations ..................................... 056 Shortages ...................................... 057 Stockpiles and Reserves ........................... 058 Storage Facilities ................................ 059 Prices ......................................... 060 Transportation Techniques ......................... 061 Marketing Difficulties ............................. 062 063 Procurement (See Subject Modifiers for Chapter VI)..... 064 Offers to Sell (See Subject Modifiers for Chapter VI).. . 064 Procurement; Offers to Sell (See Subject Modifiers for Chapter VI) 065 Import Data (See Subject Modifiers for Chapter VI)... . 066 Export Data (See Subject Modifiers for Chapter VI)... . 066 Import and Export Data (See Subject Modifiers for Chapter VI) Applicable Chapter or Section of the ISC 600 600 135.244, 300, 600, 752.200, 786-793 600 500, 600, 700 600 500, 600, 700 135.244, 500, 600, 700 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 PAGE XX Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4AARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Applicable Chapter or Section of the ISC 067 Withdrawal (May 63) ............................ 600, 700 068 Profits (Oct. 65) ................................. 600 069 Government Policies; Laws, Legislation, and Decrees; 600 Regulations and Controls 070 071 072 Underwater (Submarine) Related (Oct. 65)........... All Appropriate Codes 073 Chemical Warfare Related (Oct. 65) ................ All Appropriate Codes 074 Biological Warfare Related (Oct. 65) ............... All Appropriate Codes 075 Atomic or Nuclear Energy Related (May 63).......... All Appropriate Codes 076 Sighting of Military Equipment ..................... 600 077 Space Related (Sept. 62) ......................... All Appropriate Codes 078 Guided Missile Related (Feb. 61) ................... All Appropriate Codes 079 Possible, Suspicious, Unusual Sites or Sightings, Activities, All Appropriate Codes or Events (Feb. 61) 080 Research and Development ........................ 600 081 Pilot Plants, Experimental Plants .................... 600 082 083 084 085 086 087 088 089 090 091 092 093 094 095 096 097 098 099 100 101 102 103 104 105 Ores and Concentrates ........................... 619.100, 621 106 Refinery Shapes and Intermediates .................. 619.100, 621 107 Semi-finished Shapes ............................. 619.100, 621 MARCApproved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE XXI Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Applicable Chapter or Section of the 15C 108 Plates, Sheets, Strips, and Foil ...................... 619.100, 621 109 Wire and Wire Rods ............................. 619.100, 621 110 Pipes and Tubes ................................. 619.100, 621 111 Structural ...................................... 619.100, 621 112 Forgings ....................................... 619.100, 621 113 Castings ....................................... 619.100, 621 114 Plated, Galvanized, Anodized, and Coated........... 619.100, 621 115 Powders ....................................... 619.100, 621 116 Scrap ......................................... 619.100, 621 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 Military in General .............................. 100, 200, 300, 409.1 10, 481.150, 585-598.900, 600 136 137 138 139 140 Army .......................................... 100, 200, 300, 409-110, 585-598.900, 600, 700 141 142 143 144 145 Navy .......................................... 100, 200, 300, 409.1 10, 585-598.900, 600, 700 PAGE XXII Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001!W.ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Applicable Chapter or Modifier Title Section of the ISC 146 147 148 149 150 Air Force ....................................... 100, 200, 300, 409.1 10, 585-598.900, 600, 700 151 Rocket Forces (May 63) ........................... 157, 159, 161, 200, 300, 585-598.900, 600,700 152 153 Civilian Police (May 66) ........................... All Appropriate Codes 154 155 Marines and Naval Infantry ........................ 157, 159, 161, 200, 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 156 157 Coast Guard ................................... 157, 159, 161, 200, 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 158 159 Reserves....................................... 157, 159, 161, 200, 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 160 161 Border (Frontier) and Coastal Guards ............... 157, 159, 161, 200, 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 162 163 Interior Guards .................................. 157, 159, 161, 200, 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 164 165 Militia, National Guards .......................... 157, 159, 161, 200, 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 166 167 Unconventional Forces (Guerrillas, Partisans, etc.)....... 157, 159, 161, 200, 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 168 169 Military and Militarized Societies, Clubs .............. 157, 159, 161, 200, 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 Captured, Found, or Recovered Equipment (Mar. 67)... 600 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4PAGE XXIII Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Modifier Title Applicable Chapter or Section of the ISC 179 Equipment Losses (NEC) (July 66) ................... 600 180 Order of Battle ................................. 585-598.900, 600, 700 181 Tables of Organization and Equipment .............. 585-598.900, 600, 730- 740 182 Combat Effectiveness (July 66) ..................... 730-740 183 184 185 Officer Personnel ................................ 700 186 Enlisted Personnel ................................ 700 PAGE XXIV ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 :CIA-RDP81 S009918000300150001-~ Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT MODIFIERS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER See the introduction and the first page of Chapter VI for a detailed explanation of Subject Modifier application. Some Subject Modifier numbers have been left blank to allow for the addi- tion of new modifiers. These modifiers also appear in a numerical listing and in the overall alpha- betical index to the ISC. Abandonment .................................... Activities, Possible, Suspicious, Suspected, or Unusual ..... Agreements and Treaties ........................... Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing (Labor Force) ......... Air Force ....................................... Anodized, Galvanized, Coated, and Plated............ Army ........................................... Atomic or Nuclear Energy Related .................... Automation ...................................... Biography ....................................... Biological Warfare Related ......................... Border Guards ................................... Capacity, Commodity .............................. Captured, Found, or Recovered Equipment ............. Castings ......................................... Chemical Warfare Related ......................... Coast Guard ..................................... Coated, Galvanized, Anodized, and Plated........... . Combat Effectiveness .............................. Applicable Chapter or Section of the ISC Modifier 500, 600, 700 036 135.244, 500, 600, 700 079 600 031 453-463 005 100, 200, 300, 409.1 10, 150 585-598.900, 600, 700 600 055 619.100, 621 114 100,200,300,409.110, 140 585-598.900, 600, 700 All Appropriate Codes 075 500, 600 028 All Appropriate Codes 001 All Appropriate Codes 074 157, 159, 161, 200, 161 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 600 052 All Appropriate Codes 178 619.100, 621 113 All Appropriate Codes 073 157, 159, 161, 200, 157 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 157, 159, 161, 200, 161 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 619.100, 621 114 730-740 182 MARCApproved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE XXV Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Applicable Chapter or Section of the ISC Modifier Commerce (Labor Force) ........................... 453-463 010 Commodity Capacity .............................. 600 052 Communications (Labor Force) ....................... 453-463 004 Concentrates and Ores ............................. 619.100, 621 105 Concessions and Foreign Interests .................... 600 031 Construction of Facilities ............................ 135.244. 300, 600, 032 752.200, 786-793 Consumption ..................................... 600 053 Controls, Government .............................. 600 069 Conversion and Convertibility ....................... 600 033 Deactivation ..................................... 500, 600, 700 036 Deposits and Natural Resources ...................... 600 021 Description and/or Pinpoint of Location Facilities........ All Appropriate Codes 025 Description, Product ............................... 600 040 Dismantling, Relocation ............................ 500, 600, 700 034 Enlisted Personnel ................................. 700 186 Equipment Losses (NEC) ............................ 600 179 Events, Possible, Suspicious, Suspected, or Unusual ....... 135.244, 500, 600, 079 700 Expansion of Facilities ............................. 135.244, 300, 600, 032 752.200, 786-793 Experimental Plants ............................... 600 081 Exploration and Prospecting ........................ 600 020 Export, Import Data ............................... 600 066 Facilities, Description and/or Pinpoint Location of........ All Appropriate Codes 025 600 044 Factory Workers in Industry ......................... 453-463 008 Financial Interests ................................. 600 030 Fishing, Agriculture, Forestry (Labor Force) ............. 453-463 005 Foil, Plates, Sheets, and Strips ....................... 619.100, 621 108 Foreign Interests and Concessions .................... 600 031 Forestry, Agriculture, and Fishing (Labor Force) ......... 453-463 005 Forgings ........................................ 619.100,621 112 Found, Captured, or Recovered Equipment ............. All Appropriate Codes 178 Fuels and Power (Labor Force) ...................... 453-463 007 Fulfillment, Production Plan .......................... 600 051 Galvanized, Anodized, Plated, and Coated............ 619.100, 621 114 Government Employees (Labor Force)... I ............. 453-463 011 Government Policies; Laws, Legislation, and Decrees; Regu- 600 069 lations and Control Guerrilla Forces .................................. 159, 161, 300, 585- 167 598.900, 600, 700 Guided Missile Related ............................ All Appropriate Codes 078 PAGE XXVI Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001A*RCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Applicable Chapter or Section of the ISC Modifier Import Data ..................................... 600 065 Import and Export Data ............................ 600 066 Industrial Facilities, Description and/or Specific Pinpoint Location 600 025 Industry (Factory Workers) .......................... 453-463 008 Input Data ....................................... 600 042 Inspection, Product ................................. 600 041 Interior Guards ................................... 157, 159, 161, 200, 163 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 Intermediates, Refinery ............................. 619.100, 621 106 Investments and Subsidies; Financial Interests ........... 600 030 Labor Force Manpower ............................ 300, 600 029 Laws, Government ................................ 600 069 Legislation, Government ............................ 600 069 Location and/or Description of Facilities ............... All Appropriate Codes 025 Maintenance, Product .............................. 600 045 Malfunction ...................................... 600 048 Manpower (Labor Force) ... ..................... . 300, 600 029 Marketing Difficulties .............................. 600 061 Marines and Naval Infantry ......................... 157, 159, 161, 200, 155 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 .............................. 600 044 .............................. 600 130 100, 200, 300, 409.1 10, 130 481.150, 585-598.900, 600 157, 159, 161, 200, 169 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 600 076 ............................. 600 130 Military Personnel, Officer .......................... 700 185 Military Personnel, Enlisted .......................... 700 186 Militia .......................................... 157, 159, 161, 200, 165 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 Mining (Labor Force) .............................. 453-463 006 Modification, Product .............................. 600 046 Modernization, Product ............................. 600 046 National Guards .................................. 157, 159, 161, 200, 165 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 MARCH 1967Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-41AGE XXVII Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Natural Resources and Deposits ...................... Naval Infantry and Marines ......................... Navy ........................................... Nuclear or Atomic Energy Related .................... Offers to Sell .................................... Officer Personnel ................................. Order of Battle ................................... Ores and Concentrates ............................. Organization ..................................... Partisans ........................................ Pilot Plants ...................................... Performance Characteristics ......................... Pipes and Tubes .................................. Plan Fulfillment, Production .......................... Planned and Estimated Future Production .............. Plants, Pilot and Experimental ....................... Plated, Galvanized, Anodized, and Coated........... . Plates, Sheets, Strips, and Foil ....................... Police, Civilian ................................... Powders ........................................ Power and Fuel (Labor Force) ....................... Prices ........................................... Procurement ..................................... Procurement and Offers to Sell ...................... Processing ....................................... Product Inspection and Testing ....................... Product Maintenance, Repair, Replacement, Retirement.. . Product Modernization or Modification ................ Product Specifications and Description ................ Production Data .................................. Production Difficulties .............................. Production Plan Fulfillment .......................... Production, Planned and Estimated Future .............. Professional Groups (Labor Force) .................... Profits .......................................... Prospecting and Exploration ........................ Applicable Chapter or Section of the ISC Modifier 600 021 157, 159, 161, 200, 155 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 100, 200, 300, 409.1 10, 145 585-598.900,600,700 All Appropriate Codes 075 600 064 700 185 585-598.900, 600, 180 700 619.100, 621 105 115, 200, 300, 600 024 157, 159, 161, 200, 167 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 600 081 600 047 619.100, 621 110 600 051 600 050 600 081 619.100, 621 114 619.100, 621 108 All Appropriate Codes 153 619.100, 621 115 453-463 007 600 059 600 063 600 064 600 039 600 041 600 045 600 046 600 040 600 049 600 035 600 051 600 050 453-463 012 600 068 600 020 PAGE XXVIII Approved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003 0119- Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Applicable Chapter or Section of the ISC Modifier Reactivation ..................................... 135.244, 500, 600, 037 Recovered, Captured, or Found Equipment ............. Refinery Shapes and Intermediates ................... Regulations, Government ........................... Relocation, Dismantling ............................. Repair, Product ................................... Repair of Facilities ................................ Replacement, Product .............................. Requirements ..................................... Research and Development ......................... Reserves (Military) ................................ Reserves and Stockpiles ............................ Retirement of Product or Equipment ................... Rocket Forces .................................... iillliim~ Rods, Wire ...................................... Sabotage, Safety, Security, Vulnerability .............. Safety, Security, Vulnerability, Sabotage .............. Scrap ........................................... Security, Sabotage, Safety, Vulnerability .............. Semi-finished Shapes .............................. Shapes, Refinery .................................. Shapes, Semi-finished .............................. Sheets, Plates, Strips, and Foil ....................... Shortages ....................................... Sightings of Military Equipment ...................... Sightings, Possible, Suspicious, Unusual, or Suspected..... Sites, Possible, Suspicious, Unusual, or Suspected ........ Space Related ................................... Specifications, Product ............................. Stockpiles and Reserves ............................ Storage Facilities .................................. Strips, Plates, Sheets, and Foil ....................... Structural ....................................... Submarine (Underwater) Related .................... 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 700 All Appropriate Codes 178 619.100, 621 106 600 069 500, 600, 700 034 600 045 135.244, 300, 600, 032 752.200, 786-793 600 045 600 054 600 080 157, 159, 161, 200, 159 600 057 600 045 157, 159, 161, 200, 151 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 619.100, 621 109 135.244, 300, 400, 027 600, 700 135.244, 300, 400, 027 600, 700 619.100, 621 116 135.244, 300, 400, 027 600, 700 619.100, 621 107 619.100, 621 106 619.100, 621 107 619.100, 621 108 600 056 600 076 All Appropriate Codes 079 All Appropriate Codes 079 All Appropriate Codes 077 600 040 600 057 600 058 619.100, 621 108 619.100, 621 111 All Appropriate Codes 072 MARCH 1967 PAGE XXIX Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81500991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Applicable Chapter or Section of the ISC Modifier Subsidies and Investments .......................... 600 030 Substitutes and Synthetics ........................... 600 043 Tables of Organization and Equipment ................ 585-598.900, 600, 181 730-740 Testing, Product ................................... 600 041 Transportation (Labor Force) ........................ 453-463 009 Transportation Techniques .......................... 600 060 Treaties and Agreements, Except Trade Agreements..... 600 031 Tubes and Pipes .................................. 619.100, 621 110 Unconventional Forces .............................. 157, 159, 161, 200, 167 300, 585-598.900, 600, 700 Underground Installations ........................... 135.244, 200, 300, 026 400, 500, 600, 786- 793 Underwater (Submarine) Related ..................... All Appropriate Codes 072 Vulnerability, Sabotage, Safety, Security .............. 135.244, 300, 400, 027 600, 700 Wires and Wire Rods ....................... . ..... 619.100, 621 109 Withdrawal ..................................... 600,700 067 ARCH 1967 PAGE XXX Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER I 100.000 GOVERNMENT, POLITICS, AND INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND INSTITUTES The subject modifiers listed below may be combined with any appropriate code in Chapter I unless specifically limited to sections appearing in parentheses. 024 Organizations (115) 079 Possible, Suspicious, Unusual Sites or Sightings, 025 Description and/or Specific Pinpoint Location of Activities or Events (Oct. 65) Facilities (115, 135.244, 135.503, 135.700's, 135 Military in General 135.949, 157.110, 157.613, 159.100) 140 Army 026 Underground Installations (135.244) (June 64) 145 Navy 150 Air Force 027 Sabotage, Safety, Security, Vulnerability (135.244) (June 64) 151 Rocket Forces (July 66) 032 Construction, Repair, and Expansion (135.244) (June 64) 155 Marines and Naval Infantry (July 66) 157 Coast Guard (July 66) 037 Reactivation (135.244) (June 64) 159 Reserves (July 66) 072 Underwater (Submarine) Related (Oct. 65) 161 Border (Frontier) and Coastal Guards (July 66) 073 Chemical Warfare Related (Oct. 65) 163 Interior Guards (July 66) 074 Biological Warfare Related (Oct. 65) 165 Militia, National Guard (July 66) 075 Atomic or Nuclear Energy Related (Oct 65) . 167 Unconventional Forces (Guerrillas, Partisans, etc.) 077 Space Related (Oct. 65) (July 66) 078 Guided Missile Related (Oct. 65) 169 Military and Militarized Societies, Clubs (July 66) A. GENERAL 101.000 History 103.200 COMMUNISM 101.100 PRIOR TO 1919 For Communist party ideological disputes, see 101.200 1919-1938 135.621. 101.300 World War II (1939-1945) 103.300 DEMOCRACY 101.400 1946-1957 103.400 FASCISM 101.500 1958- 103.41'0 Naziism 103.000 Political Thought, Ideologies, and Philosophies For centralization versus decentralization of government, see 113.300; Communist party, 135.000; economic systems, theories, and philosophies, 467.000; political parties, 133.000. 103.500 MONARCHISM 103.600 SOCIALISM 103.700 GEOPOLITICS 103.800 DEIFICATION AND EMULATION OF POLITICAL FIGURES MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE I - 1 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 105.000 Nationalism and Unification 105.100 NATIONALISM AND INDEPENDENCE For Communist party policy toward nationalism, see 135.423; political party policy toward nationalism, 133.240; public opinion of nationalism, 258.121; statements, opinions, and views of individuals on nationalism, 261.121. 105.200 UNIFICATION B. THE STATE 113.000 General For government employees, see subject modifier 011 preceding 453.000-463.000. 113.100 CONSTITUTION AND CONSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM 113.200 CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS RIGHTS AND PRACTICES 113.210 Freedom of Speech and Assembly 113.211 Freedom of Press and Radio For censorship, see 157.500; restrictions against release of information, 157.400. 113.220 Cultural and Educational Freedom For educational system, see 236.000. 113.230 Property Rights For property law, see 121.210. 113.240 Rights of Women 113.250 Suffrage Including voting rights. For local elections, see 123.300; national elections, 131.000. 113.260 Citizenship Rights, Not Elsewhere Classified For specific rights, e.g., suffrage, see other subjects in this section; naturalization, 255.520. 113.270 Alien Rights For minorities, see 141.000; policy toward foreigners, 157.800; refugees, exiles, and displaced persons, 255.451. 113.280 Religious Freedom and Rights For religious laws, policy, and legislation, see 233.010. 113.300 CENTRALIZATION VERSUS DECENTRALI- ZATION OF GOVERNMENT Concerns the policy or practice of centralizing the powers or activities of the central government versus the policy of granting semi-autonomy to various government departments and/or local or state governments. 113.400 RELATIONS BETWEEN AND AMONG THE EXECUTIVE, LEGISLATIVE, AND JUDICIAL BRANCHES For relations between regime and armed forces, see 701.410. Area Rule: Primary Area is country from which exiled; Secondary Area is where located. For refugees, exiles, and displaced persons, see 255.45 7. 115.000 Executive Branch Subject Modifiers: to distinguish ministry activity from ministry organization or composition and physical description of facilities, combine subject modifiers listed below with any of the agencies or ministries in the 115 section. 024 Organization (Jan. 62) 025 Description and/or Specific Pinpoint Location of Facilities (Feb. 64) 115.100 CHIEF OF STATE, SOVEREIGN, OR PRESIDENT 115.110 Junta (July 66) 115.200 HEAD OF GOVERNMENT, PRIME MINISTER, OR PREMIER 115.300 ADVISORY BOARDS, COMMITTEES, COUNCILS, AND COMMISSIONS, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED 115.400 CABINET, MINISTRY, COUNCIL OF MINISTERS 115.500 EXECUTIVE AGENCIES OR MINISTRIES For specific activities, see other appropriate subjects, e.g., foreign policy, 177.000. 115.505 115.507 115.508 115.509 Interior Including home. For police system, see 153.300. Public Works Including reclamation, conservation, water control, etc. Ministry of Internal Security (Feb. 61) For security services, see 157.100. Foreign Affairs Colonial Office Foreign Aid (May 63) Economy Including finance and banking. For specific industries, see 115.565 et seq. PAGE I - 2 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 ,4ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Executive Branch (Continued) 115.599 Instrument Manufacturing Industry 115.511 Culture 115.601 Machine Tools Industry 11 115.513 Education 115.515 Information Including psychological warfare and propaganda. 115.517 Religion 115.519 Arts 5.521 Science 115.602 115.603 115.604 115.605 115.607 115.609 Machine Building Industry (Feb. 61) Chemical Industry Communications Equipment Industry Heavy Industry Light Industry Automation 115.523 Space and/or Astronautics (Feb. 61) 115.615 Power and Electricity 115.529 Defense 115.617 Atomic Energy 115.531 115.533 Army Navy 115.619 115.621 Electric Power Electrical Equipment Industry 115.535 Air Force 115.625 Metals, Minerals, and Fuels 115.537 115.541 115.545 Guided Missiles (Feb. 61) Justice For police system, see 153.300. Labor, Social Welfare, and Health 115.627 115.629 115.631 115 633 Ferrous Metallurgy Non-Ferrous Metallurgy Petroleum Coal 115.547 Labor 115.549 Social Welfare . 115.635 115.637 Non-Metallic Minerals Geology 115.551 Health 115.641 Transportation and Communication Systems 115.555 Economic Planning Agencies, State il d 643 R 115 Planning Commission For government economic planning and roa a . 115.645 Civil Aviation control, see 481.000. 115.647 Merchant Marine 115.565 Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries 115.649 River Fleet 115.567 Food and Material Reserves 115.651 Highway Transportation 115.569 Procurement 115.653 Communications 115.571 Agricultural Machinery Industry 115.661 Construction 115.573 Forestry 115.663 Building Materials Industry 115.575 Timber and Paper Industry 115.665 Construction and Road Building t 79 F d I d Machinery Industry ry oo n us 115.5 115.580 Fisheries (Feb. 61) 115.671 War or Emergency Agencies 115.585 Commerce and Industry, Not Elsewhere 115.673 Civil Defense Classified 700 CIVIL SERVICE SYSTEM 115. 115.587 Domestic Trade For government employees, see modifier 011 preceding 453.000-463.000. 115.589 Foreign Trade 115.800 GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 115.590 Railroad Equipment Industry For description of agency or ministry facilities, 115.591 Aviation Manufacturing Industry combine subject modifier 025 with appropriate 115.593 Automotive and Tractor Industry ministry or executive agency in 115 section. For construction of government buildings, see 115.595 Armaments Industry 403.135; sabotage of government installations, 115.597 Shipbuilding Industry 161.340. MARCH 1967 PAGE I - 3 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 117.000 Legislative Branch 117.100 POWERS 117.110 Impeachment 117.120 Interrogation and Investigation For security investigations and hearings, see 157.612. 121.130 Jurisdiction Over the Air; Aerial Rights (Feb. 61) 121.140 Jurisdiction Over Outer Space (Feb. 61) For disputes over outer space sovereignty, see 177.725. 121.200 NATIONAL 121.210 Property Law 117.200 ORGANIZATION, PROCEDURES, RULES For property rights, see 113.230. 117.300 LOBBIES, PRESSURE GROUPS 121.220 Commercial Law 117.400 METHODS OF SELECTION AND ELECTION For elections, see 131.000. Including contracts, sales, negotiable instruments. 121.230 Laws of Estates, Descent and Distribution 117.500 MEMBERSHIP , and Domestic Relations 117.510 Political Composition 121.240 Law of Business Associations 117.520 Social or Class Composition Including partnerships, corporations, cartels. 121 250 Public Law 117.600 LEGISLATIVE PROGRAM . For types of legislation, see specific subjects, e.g., election laws and legislation, 131.100; referendums on legislative proposals, 132.000; legislation on specific industries or commodities, combine subject modifier 069 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate subjects. 119.000 Judicial Branch For legal training, see 236.253. 119.100 COURTS AND TRIBUNALS For military courts and boards, see 759.300. 119.110 National Supreme Courts 119.200 JUDICIARY 119.300 THE BAR 121.000 Laws Including executive decrees and orders. Enter here information on laws in general and general theory of low. Index specific laws under the subject with which the law deals, e.g., election laws, 131.100. For international legal organizations and conferences, see 183.565; legislation on specific industries or commodities, combine subject modifier 069 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate subject. 121.100 INTERNATIONAL 121.110 Laws of War For war crimes, see 723.700. 121.120 Jurisdiction Over the Seas; Maritime Law (Feb. 61) 121.251 Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights For licensing agreements and patent pools, see 441.000; restrictions against release of patents, 157.410. 121.252 Martial Law For invocation of martial law, see 721.000. 122.000 Administration of Colonies and Dependencies by Mother Country (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is mother country; Secondary Area is dependency or colony. For the self-government of colonies, see the 115.000 section; colonial office, 115.507; political relations between mother country and colony, 177.000 section; commercial relations between mother country and colony, 485.105; cultural relations between mother country and colony, 213.000. 123.000 Provincial, Municipal or Local Government 123.100 CENTRAL-LOCAL GOVERNMENT RELA- TIONSHIPS 123.200 ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION 123.300 ELECTIONS, LOCAL For national elections, see 731.000. 123.400 FINANCIAL MATTERS For financial relations between central and local governments, see 475.600. 123.500 RELATIONS BETWEEN PROVINCES (Feb. 61) PAGE 1- 4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-*ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 124.000 Political Programs and Policies of the Regime, General Enter here broad, vague, and unspecified programs. Enter specific programs under other sections in this Chapter, e.g., policy relations with foreign countries, 177.000. For general economic policy, see 469.000; military policy, 707.000 et seq. C. DOMESTIC POLITICAL AFFAIRS AND ACTIVITIES 131.000 Elections, National 133.130 Paramilitary Units For Communist party paramilitary organi- zations, see 135.243; domestic insurgent movements, 720.000; irregular and paramilitary forces usually under armed forces control or administration, 739.000; non-party blocs and movements of political significance- military, 139.100. 133.200 POLICIES AND OBJECTIVES 133.205 Agriculture 133.210 Economy Including industry and finance. 133.215 Labor 133.220 Commerce Transportation Communications Including colonial elections to legislative councils. 133 225 , , Religion Education Science For local elections, see 123.300; legislative branch-methods of selection and election, . 133.230 , , Minorities 117.400; Communist party participation in 133.235 Armed Forces, Police elections, 135.523; Communist front organizations 133.240 Nationalism participation in elections, 135.734 et seq.; non-Communist party participation in elections, 133.245 Domestic Politics, Not Elsewhere Classified 133.600. For relations with other parties and non- 131.100 LAWS, LEGISLATION, AND DECREES 131.200 CANDIDATES AND ELECTION ISSUES 133.250 party groups, see 133.400; relations with the government, 133.600. Government's Foreign Policy 131.300 ELECTION FORECASTS Area Rule: Primary Area is country where 131.400 ELECTION RESULTS party is located; Secondary Area is country toward which policy is directed. 131.500 CORRUPT ELECTION PRACTICES 133.300 STRENGTH, CAPABILITIES, POPULAR SUPPORT 131.600 CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURES 131.700 DOMESTIC GOVERNMENT INTERFERENCE 133.310 For Communist party strength, capabilities, and popular support, see 135.293. Membership AND CONTROL 131.800 FOREIGN ATTITUDES, INTERFERENCE, 133.400 Including lists of members. RELATIONS WITH AND ATTITUDES AND CONTROL TOWARD DOMESTIC ORGANIZATIONS Area Rule: Primary Area is country interfering Including individual representatives or members. in foreign election; Secondary Area is country 133.410 Communist Party and Communist Front where election is held. For other forms of hegemony, spheres of influence, see 179.000. 132.000 Referendums (Feb. 61) Organizations For Communist party relations with other political parties, see 135.511. For plebiscites on sovereignty issues, see 177.750. 133.430 Non-Party Groups 133.000 Political Parties, Non-Communist For Communist party, see 135.000. 133.100 ORGANIZATION, ADMINISTRATION 133.110 National Congress or Convention 133.120 Political Ideology (Right Wing, Left Wing, etc.) 133.500 RELATIONS WITH AND ATTITUDES TOWARD FOREIGN ORGANIZATIONS AND GOVERNMENTS Including individual representatives or members. Area Rule: Primary Area is country where party is located; Secondary Area is country with which party is having relations. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-WAGE 1- 5 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Political Parties, Non-Communist (Continued) 135.000 Communism and the Communist 133.510 Parties Party Including international political parties. For non-Communist political parties, see 133.000. 133.520 Non-Party Groups Including international non-party organizations. Area Rule for relations with specific country: Primary Area is world; Secondary Area is 133.530 Governments specific country involved . 133.600 RELATIONS WITH, ATTITUDES TOWARD, 135.110 Cominform AND PARTICIPATION AND INTERFERENCE IN DOMESTIC GOVERNMENT 135.120 Comintern Including participation in elections. 135.130 International Dissident Communist Groups 133.610 Government Regulation and Control of 135.200 NATIONAL PARTY ORGANIZATION Non-Communist Political Parties 135.201 General 133.620 Parliamentary Activities 135.203 History For legislative branch membership, see 117.500. 135.207 National Congress or Conference 135 209 Meetings Exce t National Congress Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country sending funds; Secondary Area is country . 135.211 , p Physical Aspects receiving funds. 133.800 INTRA-PARTY ACTIVITIES Including location and description of party building, property and business 133.810 Internal Conflicts 133.811 Pro-Communist Cliques establishments. For security of party installations, see 135.652. 133.812 Other Defections and Splits 135.213 Records and Administration For defection from Communist party, see 135.658; defection from government, 143.110. 135.219 Admission Procedures 133.850 AGITATION AND PROPAGANDA (Sept. 62) Including membership qualifications, 133.900 OTHER (Jan. 62) issuance of identity papers, etc. 133.910 Political Party Auxiliary Organizations (Jan. 62) For Communist party auxiliary organizations, 135.223 For membership cards and other personal documentation, see 157.780. Central Committee (or Equivalent) see 135.700; non-party blocs of political 135.225 Political Secretariat significance, 139.000. 135.227 Organization Bureau 133.920 Training (Sept. 66) 135.229 Cadre Commission (Personnel Dept.) For Communist party training, see 135.501. Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is 135.231 Control Commission nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing the training. 133.925 Guerrilla Training (Sept. 66) Including paramilitary. 135.233 Including political control and/or financial control commission, review and auditing commission. Finance Department For Communist guerrilla training, see 135.235 Foreign Affairs Section 135.249; armed forces guerrilla training, 135.237 Political Bureau (Politburo) 770.110; non-Communist insurgent organization training, 720.220. 135.239 Paramilitary Organization and Activities PAGE 1- 6 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R0003001500014MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Communism and the Communist Party (Continued) 135.241 Military Affairs Organization of the Party Including military commissions, committees, etc. For penetration of armed forces by Communist party, see 135.545; political indoctrination of armed forces, 157.613; political control organization of armed forces, 732.100. 135.243 Party Controlled or Influenced Semi- Military Groups; Partisan, Resistance, and Guerrilla Groups (Organization) (National and International) Including veteran, ex-partisan, sports, rifle clubs. Area Rule if international: Primary Area is world (7000). For non-Communist insurgent movements, see 720.000; paramilitary units of other political parties, 133.130; non-party blocs and movements of political significance- military, 139.100; irregular and paramilitary forces usually under armed forces control or administration, 739.000. 135.244 Installations and Bases (Feb. 64) Subject Modifiers: the subject modifiers listed below may be combined with 135.244. 025 Description and/or Specific Pinpoint Location of Facilities 026 Underground Installations 027 Safety, Security, Vulnerability, Sabotage 032 Construction 037 Reactivation 135.245 Logistics and Communications (Feb. 64) Including arms caches, air drops, supply and communications methods and procedures. 135.246 Assistance (Feb. 64) Including financial, foreign training, personnel, materiel. Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For domestic training and domestic training assistance, see 135.249. 135.247 Operations or Activities Area Rule if organization is active in foreign area: Primary Area is nationality of organization; Secondary Area is country where activities are taking place. 135.248 Tactics and Doctrine (May 63) For armed forces guerrilla tactics, see 744.102; non-Communist insurgent tactics, 720.420. 135.249 Domestic Training (May 63) For foreign training assistance, see 135.246; armed forces guerrilla training, 770.110; non-Communist insurgent training, 720.220; non- Communist political party guerrilla training, 133.925. 135.250 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Domestic and Foreign Governments, Organizations, Groups, and Individuals (May 63) Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country where paramilitary organization is located; Secondary Area is country with which paramilitary organization is having relations. 135.251 Clandestine Organization and Activities 135.253 Underground Party Organization and Operations 135.255 Secret Couriers Including border crossing networks and escape routes used by couriers. Area Rule if couriers are active in foreign area: Primary Area is country where party is located; Secondary Area is location of courier activities. For non-party espionage couriers, see 159.751. 135.259 Espionage Area Rule if espionage is directed against foreign country: Primary Area is country where party is located; Secondary Area is country against which activities are directed. For non-party espionage, see 159.700. 135.261 Communications System 135.263 Sabotage Area Rule if sabotage is directed against a foreign country: Primary Area is country where party is located; Secondary Area is location of sabotage activities and/or country against which activities are directed. For non-party sabotage, see 161.000. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE I - 7 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Communism and the Communist Party (Continued) 135.267 Territorial Organization 135.269 Local (Cell) Organization 135.271 Sectional Organization (County, Small City, etc.) 135.275 Regional Organization (State, Province, Department, Metropolitan Area) 135.279 Meetings 135.281 Relations With National Organization 135.283 Financial Resources and Expenditures For financial affairs of Communist front organizations, see appropriate subjects in 135.700-135.900 sections, e.g., 135.711. 135.285 Foreign Financial Exchange Including funds received from abroad and transmittal of funds to organizations abroad. Area Rule: Primary Area is country sending funds; Secondary Area is country receiving funds. For commercial front organizations, see 135.949; foreign assistance, NEC, 135.521. 135.289 Domestic Income and Expenditures Including financial accounts, dues, contributions, profit from sale of literature, expenditures for party administration, etc. 135.293 Strength, Capabilities, Popular Support For strength, capabilities, and popular support of front organizations, see appropriate subjects in 135.700-735.900 sections, e.g., 135.705; strength, capabilities, and popular support of non-Communist parties, 133.300. 135.295 Membership Including lists of members. 135.400 POLICIES AND OBJECTIVES Including party line, party statements, or non- party analysis of party position. For front organization policy, see appropriate subjects in 135.700-135.900 sections, e.g., 135.709. 135.401 Agriculture 135.403 Economy Including finance. 135.405 Industry 135.407 Labor 135.409 Commerce 135.411 Transportation 135.413 Communications 135.415 Religion 135.416 Youth (Sept. 62) 135.417 Education 135.418 Women (Sept. 62) 135.419 Science 135.420 Intelligentsia (Mar. 67) 135.421 Colonialism, Imperialism For policy toward domestic government's colonialism/imperialism policy, see 135.431; policy toward a foreign government's colonialism/imperialism policy, 135.523. 135.423 Nationalism 135.425 Armed Forces 135.427 Minorities 135.429 Domestic Politics For relations with the government, see 135.523; relations with other political parties, groups, and individuals, 135.509. 135.431 Government's Foreign Policy Area Rule: Primary Area is country where party is located; Secondary Area is country toward which policy is directed. For policy towards foreign government and international organizations, see 135.523. 135.450 Intro-party Problems 135.500 ACTIVITIES, METHODS 135.501 Party Training Program For front organization training program, see appropriate subjects in 135.700-735.900 sections, e.g., 135.713; non-Communist political party training, 133.920. 135.503 Training Schools and Methods (Feb. 64) Subject Modifier: to describe school buildings, combine modifier 025 with 135.503. 025 Description and/or Specific Pinpoint Location of Facilities For paramilitary and guerrilla training, see 135.249. 135.505 Training of Foreign Communists Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of foreign Communists; Secondary Area is country where party conducting training is located. For foreign assistance, NEC, see 135.537. PAGE I- 8 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81SO0991R000300150001-*,4ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Communism and the Communist Party (Continued) 135.507 Relations With Other Domestic Communist Parties, Communist Fronts, Communist Splinter Groups and Auxiliary Organi- zations (Feb. 61) 135.509 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Domestic and Foreign Non-Communist Political Parties, Groups, and Individuals Area Rule if with foreign: Primary Area is country where party is located; Secondary Area is country with which party is having relations or toward which attitudes are directed. For front organization relations with domestic and foreign groups, see appropriate subjects in 135.700-135.900 sections, e.g., 135.719 and 735.725. 135.511 Political Parties 135.513 Revolutionary Juntas and Insurrectionist Groups For insurrectionist relations with the Communist party, see 720.250 and 720.300. 135.515 United Front, Political Coalition, and Popular Support Tactics 135.519 Other 135.523 Relations With, Attitude Toward, and Participation and Interference in Domestic and Foreign Governments and Interna- tional Organizations Including participation in elections. Area Rule if with foreign: Primary Area is country where party is located; Secondary Area is foreign country with which party is having relations. 135.525 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Foreign Communism Area Rule: Primary Area is country where party is located; Secondary Area is foreign country with which party is having relations. 135.527 Relations With and Reactions to Communist Activities in Other Countries 135.531 Relations With and Reactions to the Activities of International Communist Movements and Organizations 135.535 Contacts With Foreign Communist Representatives Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of party making contact; Secondary Area is nationality of person being contacted. For conferences among parties of several countries, both the location of the conference and the nationalities of participants are Primary Areas. 135.537 Assistance (Except Financial or Training) (July 66) Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For financial assistance, see 135.285; training assistance, 135.505; paramilitary assistance, 135.246. 135.539 Strategic Penetration Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country penetrating; Secondary Area is country being penetrated. For penetration by front organizations, see appropriate subjects in 135.700-135.900 sections, e.g., 135.717; penetration of Communist party by anti-Communist organizations, 136.000. 135.541 Administration and/or Civil Service For penetration of a specific government organization, e.g., armed forces, see other appropriate subjects in this subsection. 135.545 Armed Forces For party control of subversive work in the armed forces, see 135.241. 135.547 Police and Security Agencies 135.549 Other Political Parties For non-Communist party relations with and attitudes toward the Communist party, see 133.410. 135.551 Labor Organizations For relations of labor organizations with Communists, see 461.360. 135.553 Industry and Trade 135.555 Communication and Transportation Media Including press and publicity media. 135.557 Scientific and Technical Institutes and Organizations 135.559 Cultural, Educational, Religious, Women's and Minority Groups, Organizations, and Installations 135.563 Agitation and Propaganda Area Rule if propaganda is directed toward foreign country: Primary Area is country where party is located; Secondary Area is country toward which propaganda is directed. For front organization propaganda, see appropriate subjects in 135.700-135.900 sections, e.g., 135.715; anti-Communist propaganda, 136.400; propaganda in general, 163.000. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 SO0991 R000300150001-RAGE 1- 9 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Communism and the Communist Party (Continued) 135.657 Purges and Liquidation 135.565 Party Organization For Control and Including black lists. 135.567 Direction (Agit-Prop Department) Party Controlled News Agencies For government purges, see 157.380. 135.569 Publishing Houses and Printing 135.658 Defection From Communist Party (Jan. 62) 135.571 Establishments Outlets and Distribution Centers For defection from government, see 143.110; defection from other political 135.573 Publications, Posters, Leaflets, etc. parties, 133.812. 135.659 Reinstatement of Party Members in 135 577 Motion Pictures, Radio, and Television . 135.581 Agitation Techniques the Party or to Former Positions in the Party Including demonstrations, parades, mass meetings, etc. 135.661 Friction Between Party Members 135.585 Civil Disturbances Inspired by, 135.663 Intro-Party Factions Participated in, or Organized by the 135.665 Splinter Organizations and Groups Communist Party For anti-Communist riots, see 136.500; 135.700 FRONT AND AUXILIARY ORGANIZATIONS, non-Communist inspired riots, 143.130. NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL 135.600 INDICATIONS AND EVIDENCES OF Organizations which are controlled or dominated VULNERABILITY OF PARTY by the Communist party. 135.610 Variations Between Doctrine and Activities 135.611 Special Privileges Granted to Party Members Including housing for party elite. For construction of housing, see 403.155. 135.620 Deviation From Official Party Line Including revisionism, deviotionism. 135.621 Ideological Disputes (Jan. 62) Area Rule for ideological disputes between countries: all countries involved-are Primary Areas. For Communist ideology and philosophy, see 103.200. 135.630 Effect of Changes in Party Line 135.640 Propaganda Weaknesses and Mistakes 135.650 Party Security and Discipline, Schisms 135.651 Special Party Organization for Protection Against Penetration by Hostile Elements 135.652 Security of Party Installations and Records Including physical security. For security of paramilitary installations or bases, combine subject modifier 027 with 135.244. 135.653 Investigation of Members and Leaders 135.655 Rebukes and Self-Criticism Including demotions in party position. Area Rules for international fronts: for all subject headings in this section (135.700- 135.984) the Primary Area is the world. Secondary Areas apply as specifically stated below. In the case of international conferences the place of meeting is also a Primary Area; Secondary Areas are participants. For non-party blocs and movements of political significance, see 139.000; Communist party paramilitary organization, 135.239; non- Communist party auxiliary organizations, 133.910; non-Communist international organ- izations, 183.000; government policy relations with and attitudes toward international Communist groups, 181.000. 135.701 Youth Subject Modifier: to show physical description of Communist front facilities, combine subject modifier 025 with the organization structure codes, e.g., 135.703. (Feb. 64) 025 Description of Facilities For non-Communist youth organizations, see 139.300. 135.703 Organizational Structure Including elections to organizational positions. 135.705 Strength, Capabilities, Popular Support Including lists of members and internal dissension. PAGE I - 10Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Communism and the Communist Party (Continued) 135.733 135.711 Financial Matters (Domestic and Foreign) Area Rule for foreign: Primary Area is country sending funds; Secondary Area is country receiving funds. 135.734 135.712 Assistance (July 66) Including foreign training, personnel, equipment, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country 135.735 granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For financial assistance, see 135.711. International Conferences and Meetings Area Rule: Primary Areas are the world and place of meeting; Secondary Areas are participants. Other (Feb. 61) Including election and clandestine activities. Women Subject Modifiers: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. For non-Communist women's organizations, see 139.400. 135.713 Training and Indoctrination 135.715 Agitation and Propaganda Activities and Techniques, and Propaganda Media Area Rule for foreign propaganda: Primary Area is country originating propaganda; Secondary Area is country toward which propaganda is directed.. 135.717 Penetration of Other Groups Area Rule for penetration of foreign groups: Primary Area is location of front penetrating a foreign group; Secondary Area is nationality of foreign group being penetrated. 135.719 Relations of National Fronts With and Attitudes Toward Domestic Governments, Organizations, Groups, and Individuals For international fronts, use 135.725- 135.731. 135.721 Communist 135.723 Non-Communist 135.725 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Foreign Governments, Foreign or International Organizations, Groups, and Individuals Area Rule: Primary Area is location of front having relations with a foreign group; Secondary Area is country or nationality of foreign group toward which relations are directed. Note: no Secondary Area needed for relations 135.737 Organizational Structure Including elections to organizational positions. 135.739 Strength, Capabilities, Popular Support Including lists of members and internal dissension. 135.741 Policy 135.743 Financial Matters (Domestic and Foreign) Assistance (July 66) Including foreign training, personnel, equipment, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For financial assistance, see 135.743. and Propaganda Activities and Techniques, and Propaganda Media 135.749 Penetration of Other Groups 135.751 Relations of National Fronts With and Attitudes Toward Domestic Governments, Organizations, Groups, and Individuals 135.753 Communist 135.755 Non-Communist 135.759 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Foreign Governments, Organizations (Foreign or International), Groups, and Individuals between two international organizations. 135.761 Communist 135.729 Communist 135.763 Non-Communist 135.731 Non-Communist 135.765 International Conferences and Meetings MARCH 196Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 PAGE I - 11 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Communism and the Communist Party (Continued) 135.766 Other (Feb. 61) Including election and clandestine activities. 135.767 Labor Subject Modifiers: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. For non-Communist labor organizations and labor organizations in Communist countries, see 461.000. 135.769 Organizational Structure Including elections to organizational positions. 135.771 Strength, Capabilities, Popular Support Including lists of members and internal dissension. 135.773 Policy 135.775 Financial Matters (Domestic and Foreign) 135.777 Assistance (July 66) Including foreign training, personnel, equipment, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For financial assistance, see 135.775. 135.779 Training and Indoctrination 135.781 Agitation and Propaganda Activities and Techniques, and Propaganda Media 135.783 Penetration of Other Groups 135.785 Relations of National Fronts With and Attitudes Toward Domestic Governments, Organizations, Groups, and Individuals 135.799 Peace Subject Modifiers: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. For non-Communist peace movements, see 139.600. 135.801 Organizational Structure Including elections to organizational positions. 135.803 Strength, Capabilities, Popular Support Including lists of members and internal dissension. 135.805 Policy 135.807 Financial Matters (Domestic and Foreign) 135.808 Assistance (July 66) Including foreign training, personnel, equipment, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For financial assistance, see 135.807. 135.809 Training and Indoctrination 135.811 Agitation and Propaganda Activities and Techniques, and Propaganda Media 135.813 Penetration of Other Groups 135.815 Relations of National Fronts With and Attitudes Toward Domestic Governments, Organizations, Groups, and Individuals 135.817 Communist 135.819 Non-Communist 135.821 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Foreign Governments, Organizations (Foreign or International), Groups, and Individuals 135.787 Communist 135.823 Communist 135.789 Non-Communist 135.825 Non-Communist 135.791 Relations With and Attitudes Toward 135.827 International Conferences and Meetings Foreign Governments, Organizations 135.828 Other (Feb. 61) (Foreign or International), Groups, Including election and clandestine activities. and Individuals 135.829 Agricultural and Industrial 135.793 Communist 135.795 Non-Communist 135.797 International Conferences and Meetings 135.798 Other (Feb. 61) Including election and clandestine activities. Subject Modifiers: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. For non-Communist economic movements, see 139.200. PAGE I - 12 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Communism and the Communist Party (Continued) 135.863 Strength, Capabilities, Popular Support 135.831 Organizational Structure Including elections to organizational positions. Including lists of members and internal dissension. 135.865 Policy 135.833 Strength, Capabilities, Popular Support Including lists of members and internal dissension. 135.867 Financial Matters (Domestic and Foreign) 135.868 Assistance (July 66) 135.835 Policy Including foreign trainin l g, personne , 135.837 Financial Matters (Domestic and Foreign) equipment, etc. 135.838 Assistance (July 66) Area Rule: Primary Area is country Including foreign training, personnel, equipment, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For financial assistance, see 135.837. 135.839 Training and Indoctrination 135.841 Agitation and Propaganda Activities and Techniques, and Propaganda Media 135.843 Penetration of Other Groups 135.845 Relations of National Fronts With and Attitudes Toward Domestic Governments, Organizations, Groups, and Individuals 135.847 Communist 135.849 Non-Communist 135.851 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Foreign Governments, Organizations (Foreign or international), Groups, and Individuals 135.853 Communist 135.855 Non-Communist granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For financial assistance, see 135.867. 135.869 Training and Indoctrination 135.871 Agitation and Propaganda Activities and Techniques, and Propaganda Media 135.873 Penetration of Other Groups 135.875 Relations of National Fronts With and Attitudes Toward Domestic Govern- ments, Organizations, Groups, and Individuals 135.877 Communist 135.879 Non-Communist 135.881 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Foreign Governments, Organizations (Foreign or international), Groups, and Individuals 135.883 Communist 135.885 Non-Communist 135.887 International Conferences and Meetings 135.888 Other (Feb. 61) Including election and clandestine activities. Expatriate Foreign Communist Groups Subject Modifiers: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. 135.857 International Conferences and Meetings 135.889 135.858 Other (Feb. 61) Including election and clandestine activities. 135.859 Professional Subject Modifiers: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. For non-Communist professional groups of political significance, see 139.500. 135.861 Organizational Structure Including elections to organizational positions. Area Rule: Primary Area is location of foreign Communist group; Secondary Area is nationality of group. Note: all other Area Rules apply as in the subheadings of 135.701. For non-Communist expatriate groups, see 139.700; refugees, exiles, and displaced persons, 255.451. 135.891 Organizational Structure Including elections to organizational positions. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-AGE I - 13 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Communism and the Communist Party (Continued) 135.893 Strength, Capabilities, Popular Support Including lists of members and internal dissension. 135.895 Policy 135.897 Financial Matters (Domestic and Foreign) 135.898 Assistance (July 66) Including foreign training, personnel, equipment, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For financial assistance, see 135.897. 135.899 Training and Indoctrination 135.901 Agitation and Propaganda Activities and Techniques, and Propaganda Media 135.903 Penetration of Other Groups 135.905 Relations of National Fronts With and Attitudes Toward Domestic Governments, Organizations, Groups, and Individuals 135.907 Communist 135.909 Non-Communist 135.911 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Foreign Governments, Organizations (Foreign or International), Groups, and Individuals 135.913 Communist 135.915 Non-Communist 135.917 International Conferences and Meetings 135.918 Other (Feb. 61) Including election and clandestine activities. 135.919 Cultural, Religious, Social, and Friendship Societies Subject Modifiers: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. Area Rule for friendship societies: Primary Area is location of front; Secondary Area is nationality of group with which the front is affiliated. Note: all other Area Rules apply as in the subheadings of 135.701. For non-Communist clubs, associations, and movements, not elsewhere classified, see 139.800. 135.921 Organizational Structure Including elections to organizational positions. 135.923 Strength, Capabilities, Popular Support Including lists of members and internal dissension. 135.925 Policy 135.927 Financial Matters (Domestic and Foreign) 135.928 Assistance (July 66) Including foreign training, personnel, equipment, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For financial assistance, see 135.927. 135.929 Training and Indoctrination 135.931 Agitation and Propaganda Activities and Techniques, and Propaganda Media 135.933 Penetration of Other Groups 135.935 Relations of National Fronts With and Attitudes Toward Domestic Governments, Organizations, Groups, and Individuals 135.937 Communist 135.939 Non-Communist 135.941 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Foreign Governments, Organizations (Foreign or International), Groups, and Individuals 135.943 Communist 135.945 Non-Communist 135.947 International Conferences and Meetings 135.948 Other (Feb. 61) Including election and clandestine activities. 135.949 Party Controlled or Influenced Commercial Organizations, Business Establishments, Cooperatives, etc. Subject Modifiers: to show physical description and/or specific pinpoint location of Communist front facilities, combine subject modifier 025 with 135.949. Area Rule: when foreign relationships are involved, the Primary Area is country where group is located; Secondary Area is nationality of foreign group or country with which relations are held. For Communist publishing houses and printing establishments, see 135.569; non-Communist economic movements of political significance, 139.200. ~nARCH 1967 PAGE I - 14 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Communism and the Communist Party (Continued) 135.955 Other Front and Auxiliary Organizations Subject Modifiers: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 135.701. For non-Communist clubs, associations, and movements, not elsewhere classified, see 139.800; Communist controlled semi-military organizations, 135.243. 135.957 Organizational Structure Including elections to organizational positions. 135.959 Strength, Capabilities, Popular Support Including lists of members and internal dissension. 135.961 Policy 135.963 Financial Matters (Domestic and Foreign) 135.964 Assistance (July 66) Including foreign training, personnel, equipment, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For financial assistance, see 135.963. 135.965 Training and Indoctrination 135.967 Agitation and Propaganda Activities and Techniques, and Propaganda Media 135.969 Penetration of Other Groups 135.971 Relations of National Fronts With and Attitudes Toward Domestic Governments, Organizations, Groups, and Individuals 135.977 Relations With and Attitudes Toward Foreign Governments, Organizations (Foreign or International), Groups, and Individuals 135.979 Communist 135.981 Non-Communist 135.983 International Conferences and Meetings 135.984 Other (Feb. 61) Including election and clandestine activities. 136.000 Anti-Communist Measures, Attitudes, and Activities (Gov- ernment and Private) For regime's neutral or pro-Communist relations with and attitudes toward Communism, see 143.200. 136.100 LAWS, LEGISLATION, AND DECREES 136.200 ATTITUDES AND ACTIVITIES 136.210 Civil 136.220 Religious 136.230 Military (Feb. 61) For military neutral or pro-Communist relations with Communism, see 701.450; anti-insurgent measures against Communist insurgent groups, 721.000. 136.300 ORGANIZATIONS Organizations whose purpose in being is anti- Communism. Area Rule for foreign relationships: Primary Area is country where organization is located; Secondary Area is country or bloc toward which anti-Communist sentiment is directed. For international anti-Communist groups, see 183.605. 136.400 ANTI-COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA Area Rule if directed toward foreign country: Primary Area is country where propaganda originates; Secondary Area is country toward which propaganda is directed. For Communist party front organization propaganda, see appropriate subjects in 135.700-135.900 sections, e.g., 135.715; Communist propaganda, 135.563; propaganda in general, 163.000. 136.500 DEMONSTRATIONS, RIOTS For Communist-inspired riots, see 135.585; other riots and demonstrations, 143.130. 136.510 Assassinations (of Communists) For other political assassinations, see 143.131. 136.600 PENETRATION OF COMMUNIST PARTY (Feb. 61) For penetration by Communist party, see 135.539. 139.000 National Non-Party Blocs and Movements of Political Signifi- cance Area Rule: when foreign relationships are involved, Primary Area is country where group is located; Secondary Area is nationality of foreign group or country with which relations are held. For international organizations, see 183.000; religious organizations, 233.000; Communist party auxiliary organizations, 135.700; non- Communist Party auxiliary organizations, 133.910. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81SO0991R000300150001-1AGE 1- 15 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 National Non-Party Blocs and Movements of Political Significance (Continued) For Communist party paramilitary organizations, see 135.239; paramilitary units of parties other than Communist, 133.130; domestic insurgent movements, 720.000. For business and trade organizations, see 401.800; Communist party controlled or influenced commercial organizations, business establishments, cooperatives, etc., 135.949. For Communist party youth fronts, see 135.701; youth auxiliaries of non-Communist political parties, 133.910. For Communist party women's fronts, see 135.735; women's auxiliaries of non-Communist political parties, 133.910. 139.500 PROFESSIONAL (Jan. 62) For professional Communist front organizations, see 135.859. 139.600 PEACE For Communist party peace fronts, see 135.799. 139.700 EXPATRIATES Area Rule: Primary Area is location of group; Secondary Area is nationality of group. For foreign Communist front organizations, see 135.889. 139.800 CLUBS, ASSOCIATIONS, AND MOVEMENTS, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED; FRIENDSHIP SOCIETIES Area Rule for friendship societies: Primary Area is country where organization is located; Secondary Area is country with which society is affiliated. For anti-Communist organizations, see 136.300; Communist cultural, religious, and social fronts and friendship societies, 135.919. 141.000 Minorities and Tribes (Jan. 62) Including government policy toward minorities and tribes. A tribe is a social group comprising a series of families, clans, or generations. To index tribes, use general 141.000. A national minority is a group of people with a basic nationality distinct from that of the majority within a state, usually manifested by a difference of language and culture. It does not refer to the governing group in an independent territory, nor to refugees, exiles, displaced persons, or individuals temporarily residing in a foreign country nor to tribes. To index specific minorities, combine the first three digits of the minorities section (141) with the last three digits of the languages and cultures section (210.000), e.g., Albanian minority would be indexed 141.015, Danish minority, 141.200. For color and race relations, see 201.400; Communist party policy toward minorities, 135.427; languages and cultures, 210.000; non-Communist party policy toward minorities, 133.230; policy toward foreigners, 157.800; public opinion toward minorities, 258.130; refugees, exiles, and displaced persons, 255.451; statements, opinions, and views of individuals on minorities, 261.130. 143.000 Political Stability For hostilities, see 720.000-726.400; internal security, 157.000. 143.100 SUPPORT FOR CENTRAL GOVERNMENT For relations between regime and armed forces, see 701.410. 143.110 Political Defection Area Rule: Primary Area is country from which defected; Secondary Area is country to which defected. For defection from Communist party, see 135.658; defection from non-Communist parties, 133.812. 143.111 Redefection Area Rule: Primary Area is country where group or individual is residing at time of redefection; Secondary Area is country from which group or individual originally defected. 143.120 Passive Resistance; Social Unrest ana Agitation PAGE I - 16 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015000114ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Political Stability (Continued) 143.130 Riots and Public Demonstrations Area Rule for demonstrations or acts against foreigners: Primary Area is nationality of individuals planning or committing demonstration or violence; Secondary Area is nationality of individuals against which demonstration or violence is directed. For anti-Communist riots and demonstrations, see 136.500; Communist inspired riots and demonstrations, 135.585; government anti- insurgent measures, 721.000. 143.320 Corruption For financial and business corruption, see 475.850. 143.400 POLITICAL QUALIFICATIONS OR CLEARANCE CONSIDERED IN THE SELECTION OF INDIVIDUALS FOR RESPONSIBLE POSITIONS (Government and non-Government) For political documentation, see 157.780; security clearances, 157.670. 143.131 Assassinations, Political Murders, d 153.000 Public Order and Safety Politically Inspired Suicides (Planne , Actual, or Attempted) For assassination of Communists, see 153.100 153.200 LAWS, LEGISLATION, AND DECREES CRIMES AND CRIMINOLOGY 136.510. For military crimes, see 759.200; political 143.132 Bombing, Arson, Shootings, and Other Acts of Violence (Planned, Actual, or crimes, 157.200; war crimes, 723.600. Attempted) 153.210 Crimes Against Person and Property 143.135 Vulnerability to Insurgency (May 63) For vulnerability to foreign insurgency, see 153.220 Extradition (Feb. 61) Including extradition for political crimes. 179.110. Area Rule: Primary Area is country from which extradited; Secondary Area is country 143.140 Insurrections, Coups D'Etat (Planned, Actual, or Attempted) to which extradited. For hostilities and insurrectionary groups, see 720.000-726.400; Communist partisan resistance and guerrilla activities 135 247 153.300 POLICE SYSTEM For political police, see 157.110. . , . 153.310 Training (Sept. 62) 143.200 REGIME'S RELATIONS WITH AND ATTITUDES TOWARD COMMUNISM Including pro-Communist or neutral attitudes and activities. For anti-Communist attitudes, see 136.000; public opinion of Communism, 258.400; statements, opinions, and views of individuals on Communism, 261.400. 143.210 Vulnerability to Domestic Communism (Feb. 61) For Communist party penetration, see 135.539; vulnerability to foreign Communism, 179.110. 143.300 DISSENSION AND CORRUPTION WITHIN GOVERNMENT 143.310 Competing Interest; Influence of Special Interests For legislative lobbying, see 117.300; government interference in and favoritism to industry, 481.341. 153.400 PENAL INSTITUTIONS AND PENOLOGY For forced labor and forced labor camps, see 157.370; prisoner-of-war camps, 723.610; military prisons, 759.500. 153.600 FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION SYSTEM AND SERVICES (Feb. 61) For civil defense fire protection, see 155.500. 155.000 Civilian Defense For military defense activities and installations, see Chapter VII; Ministry of Civil Defense, 115.673. 155.100 ORGANIZATION, PLANNING, AND TRAINING 155.110 Chemical Warfare 155.120 Biological Warfare 155.130 Nuclear and Radiological Warfare 155.131 Radiation Detection Methods and Systems (Jan. 62) For military detection methods, see 744.031; detection of nuclear explosions, 323.310 and 327.421. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4PAGE I - 17 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Civilian Defense (Continued) 155.200 EVACUATION AND DISPERSAL OF CIVILIANS AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES For internal migration, forced evacuation, see 255.462. 155.300 AIR RAID WARNING SYSTEMS When applicable, index also radio air raid warning networks, 589.150 or 589.240; radar air raid warning networks, 593.150, 593.250, or 593.350. 157.100 INTERNAL SECURITY SERVICES 157.110 Political or Secret Police For non-political type police, see 153.300. 157.120 System of Informers 157.200 POLITICAL CRIMES For crimes against person and property, see 153.200; extradition for political crimes, 153.220. 157.300 GOVERNMENTAL REPRESSIVE MEASURES For repressive measures against foreigners, see 157.800. 155.400 SHELTERS 155.500 FIRE PROTECTION 155.600 MEDICAL SERVICES 1157.000 Internal Security and Counter- intelligence Subject Modifiers: combine the subject modifiers listed below with any of the subjects in the 157.000 section (July 66). 025 Description and/or Specific Pinpoint Location of Facilities (157.110 and 157.613 only) 135 Military in General 140 Army 145 Navy 150 Air Force 151 Rocket Forces 155 Marines and Naval Infantry 157 Coast Guard 159 Reserves 161 Border (Frontier) and Coastal Guards 163 Interior Guards 165 Militia, National Guard 167 Unconventional Forces 169 Military and Militarized Societies 157.050 TRAINING (July 66) Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country conducting training regardless of where training takes place. 157.051 Training Facilities (July 66) 157.052 Training Program and Curricula (July 66) 157.053 Staff (July 66) 157.054 Students (July 66) 157.310 Arrests For arrests of military personnel, see 759.400. 157.320 Trials For trials of military personnel, see 759.400. 157.340 Reprisals Acts of retaliation, e.g., imprisoning the families of defecting individuals. 157.350 Release Including amnesty. For amnesty of military personnel, see 759.600. 157.361 Audio Surveillance (e.g., Wire Tapping) For audio surveillance equipment, see 677.100; audio surveillance of foreigners, 157.851; anti-surveillance measures, 157.680. 157.362 Visual Surveillance For visual surveillance of foreigners, see 157.852; anti-surveillance measures, 157.680. 157.363 Travel Restrictions For internal movement documentation, see 157.750; passports and visas, 255.5 10. 157.370 Forced Labor and Forced Labor Camps For penal institutions, see 153.400; prisoners- of-war and prisoner-of-war camps, 723.600 and 723.610; forced labor hospitals, 271.195; military prisons, 759.500. 157.380 Purges,Blacklists, Exile or Deportation Area Rule in case of exile: Primary Area is country from which exiled; Secondary Area is country to which exiled. For refugees, exiles, and displaced persons, see 255.451; Communist party purges, 135.657. PAGE I - 18 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001*RCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Internal Security and Counterintelligence (Continued) 157.400 RESTRICTIONS AGAINST RELEASE OF INFORMATION AND PUBLICATIONS TO DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN NATIONALS Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country restricting release; Secondary Area is country against which restriction is made. For freedom of speech and assembly, see 113.210. 157.410 Patents and Industrial Processes For licensing agreements and patent pools, see 441.000; patent law, 121.251. 157.500 CENSORSHIP OF INFORMATION RELEASED TO DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN NATIONALS Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country censoring information; Secondary Area is country against which censorship is imposed. 157.510 Press For freedom of press and radio, see 113.211. 157.520 Radio and Telecommunications For freedom of press and radio, see 113.211. 157.530 Literature, Art, Music 157.540 Motion Pictures and Theatre 157.550 Postal 157.560 Military Information 157.570 Scientific Information 157.580 Economic Information 157.600 CIVILIAN AND MILITARY SECURITY SYSTEMS For security of military installations, see 786.200. 157.610 Loyalty and Security Programs 157.611 Laws, Legislation, and Decrees For intelligence and espionage laws, see 159.110; anti-Communist laws, 136.100. 157.612 Investigations and Hearings 157.613 Political Indoctrination Subject Modifier: to describe political indoctrination school for the armed forces, combine modifiers 025 and 135 et seq. with 157.613. For military political control organization, see 732.100; political indoctrination through education, 236.110. 157.620 Security Classification Systems 157.630 Border Controls Area Rule: Primary Area is country instituting controls; Secondary Area is country against which controls are instituted. For border and coastal guards, see 739.210 and also modifier 161 preceding Chapter VII; border fortifications, 788.100; border violations, 722.100. 157.631 Restrictions Around Border Areas For forced evacuation from border areas, see 255.462. 157.632 Border Checks Including customs inspections. 157.640 Security of Economic Facilities For security of specific economic facilities, combine subject modifier 027 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein; security of military installations, 786.200. For security of transportation and communication facilities, see appropriate subject subdivisions in Chapter V. 157.650 Security Protection of Nationals For security protection of foreigners, see 157.820. 157.660 Codes and Ciphers 157.670 Security Clearances For political clearances, see 143.400. 157.680 Anti-Surveillance Measures (Audio and Visual) (Mar. 67) Including security sweeps against electronic listening devices. For audio surveillance of nationals, see 157.361; visual surveillance of nationals, 157.362; audio surveillance of foreigners, 157.851; visual surveillance of foreigners, 157.852; surveillance as an aspect of intelligence operations, 159.762. 157.700 PERSONAL DOCUMENTATION For intelligence agent documentation, see 159.731; passports and visas, 255.5 10. 157.710 Identification System (Basic Civilian) 157.720 Vital Statistics Including birth, baptism, health certificates, etc. 157.730 Employment and Labor Organization Documentation 157.740 Military and Conscription Documents MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001P4GE I - 19 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Internal Security and Counterintelligence (Continued) 157.853 Travel Restrictions (Feb. 61) 157 750 Internal Movement Documentation . 157.860 Physical Violence Including residence, travel and restricted area permits, good conduct cards, etc. 157.870 Expulsion or Deportation 157.760 Licenses and Permits 157.880 Special Privileges 157.770 Including auto, hunting, fishing, etc. Commercial and Financial Documentation 157.900 POLICY TOWARD NATIONALS TRAVELING OR RESIDING ABROAD Including bonds, tax receipts, etc. For currency, see 475.800. 157.780 Political, Social, and Education Documentation Including membership cards, diplomas, penal releases, etc. For political clearance, see 143.400. 157.790 Subsistence Documentation Including ration cards, etc. 157.800 POLICY TOWARD AND TREATMENT OF FOREIGNERS AND FOREIGN OFFICIALS TEMPORARILY RESIDING IN COUNTRY Including businessmen, diplomats, tourists, downed pilots, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country having policy toward foreigners; Secondary Area is nationality of foreigners. For foreign students studying in country, see 236.310; minorities, 141.000; missions, 173.000; refugees, exiles, and displaced persons, 255.451; transients, 255.441. 157.840 157.850 Registration Security Protection of Foreigners For security protection of nationals, see 157.650. Compromise To endanger the life or reputation of, by some act; to expose or discredit; to threaten; etc. Detention, Imprisonment, Trial, Release Restrictions For surveillance as on aspect of intelligence operations, see 159.762. Audio Surveillance Including techniques, e.g., wire tapping. For audio surveillance equipment, see 677.100; audio surveillance of nationals, 157.361; anti-surveillance measures, 157.680. 157.852 Visual Surveillance For visual surveillance of nationals, see 157.362; anti-surveillance measures, 157.680. Area Rule: Primary Area is country having policy; Secondary Area is country where nationals are traveling or residing. For nationals studying abroad, see 236.310. 159.000 Intelligence and Espionage Subject Modifiers: the subject modifiers listed below may be combined with any of the subjects in the 159.000 or 161.000 sections unless specifically limited to codes appearing in parentheses. 025 Description and/or Pinpoint Location of Facilities (159.100 only) 135 Military in General 140 Army 145 Navy 150 Air Force 151 Rocket Forces 155 Marines and Naval Infantry 157 Coast Guard 159 Reserves 161 Border (Frontier) and Coastal Guards 163 Interior Guards 165 Militia, National Guard 167 Unconventional Forces 169 Military and Militarized Societies, Clubs Area Rule if foreign (except 159.310, 159.400, and 159.712): Primary Area is headquarters of intelligence or espionage organization; Secondary Area is country toward which operations are directed. For Communist party espionage, see 135.259; security classification systems, 157.620; specialized intelligence and espionage devices, 694.250. 159.100 ORGANIZATION AND SYSTEM 159.110 Laws, Legislation, and Decrees For internal security law, see 157.611. 159.120 History 159.130 Covert Collection Components and Bureaus 159.140 Scientific and Technical Intelligence Components and Bureaus PAGE 1- 20Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Intelligence and Espionage (Continued) 159.600 FINANCES 159.150 Political Intelligence Components and 159.610 Budget (July 66) Bureaus 159.620 Source of Funds (July 66) 159.160 Economic Intelligence Components and 159.630 Financial Records (July 66) Bureaus 170 159 ti t d B C i C 159.700 COVERT OPERATIONS, TRADECRAFT . ommun omponen s an ureaus ca ons TECHNIQUES, ESPIONAGE, COUNTERESPIONAGE 159.180 Technical Support Components and Bureaus 159.710 Agents and Double Agents 159.200 REQUIREMENTS FOR INFORMATION 159 711 Selection and Recruitment 159.300 COLLECTION PROCEDURES AND PROJECTS . 159 712 Training 159.310 International Cooperation . 159.320 Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. Photo Interpretation Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country conducting training regardless of where it takes place. 159.330 Sources of Information 159.713 Management and Control Including individual informants. 159.714 Termination of Service (May 63) For interrogation techniques and methods, 159.719 Other see 159.763. 159.331 Foreign Press and Radio 159.332 International Organizations and Commissions 159.333 National and Foreign Diplomatic Missions Including attaches. 159.334 National and Foreign Church or Religious Organizations 159.335 National and Foreign Commercial and Industrial Enterprises and Missions 159.336 Scientific and Technical Missions (Feb. 61) 159.339 Other 159.720 Operational Organizations 159.721 Intelligence Networks 159.730 Operational Security For codes and ciphers, see 157.660. 159.731 Cover Protective guise used by organization, installation, or on material to prevent identification with clandestine activities. 159.739 Other Including disposal, briefing, debriefing, etc. Including domestic and foreign informants, not classified above. 159.740 Logistical Support (Supply, Transportation, etc.) 159.400 TRAINING (Feb. 61) Area Rule if foreign (except for 159.410): 159.750 Operational Communications Primary Area is nationality of trainees; 159.751 Couriers Secondary Area is country conducting training For Communist party couriers, see 135.255. regardless of where it takes place. 159.752 Cutout Devices For agent training, see 159.712. 159.410 Training Facilities (July 66) An intermediary used to avoid direct contact of two persons. Devices which 159.420 Training Programs and Curricula (July 66) 159.430 Staff (July 66) have like functions, such as dead drops and accommodation addresses, may be called cutout devices. 159.440 Students (July 66) 159.759 Other 159.500 INTELLIGENCE PRODUCTION AND Including radio, visual, postal, etc. DISSEMINATION For codes and ciphers, see 157.660. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4AGE I - 21 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Intelligence and Espionage (Continued) 159.760 Operational Activities 159.761 Infiltration and Exfiltration of Agents 159.762 Surveillance (Audio and Visual) For anti-surveillance measures, see 157.680. 159.763 Interrogation Techniques and Methods For sources of intelligence information,see 159.330. 159.769 Other Including penetration, provocation, eliciting, casing, entry, search, etc. 161.000 Sabotage Operations and Tech- niques Subject Modifiers: combine the military subject modifiers listed in 159.000 with any of the subjects in the 161.000 section. Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country initiating sabotage; Secondary Area is country against which sabotage is directed. For Communist party sabotage, see 135.263. 161.050 ORGANIZATION (July 66) 161.310 Communication Installations and Facilities For communication systems vulnerability and security measures, see appropriate subjects in Chapter V, e.g., 585.600. 161.320 Transportation Installations and Facilities For transportation systems vulnerability and security measures, see appropriate subjects in Chapter V, e.g., 501.600. 161.330 Industrial Installations and Facilities For security of economic facilities in general, see 157.640; security and vulnerability of specific installations, combine subject modifier 027 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 161.350 Military Installations and Facilities For vulnerability and security measures of military installations, see 786.100 and 786.200; of communication systems, appropriate subjects in Chapter V, e.g., 585.600. 161.360 Commercial Installations and Facilities (Hotels, Stores, Bars, etc.) (July 66) 161.400 OPERATIONS, MODUS OPERANDI (July 66) 161.410 Agents (July 66) For training, see 161.100. 161.051 161.052 161.100 Laws, Legislation, and Decrees (July 66) History (July 66) TRAINING Area Rule if foreign (except for 161.110): Primary Area is nationality of trainees; 161.411 161.412 161.413 161.420 Selection and Recruitment (July 66) Management and Control (July 66) Termination of Services (July 66) Operational Organization (July 66) 161.110 161.120 161.130 161.140 161.200 Secondary Area is country conducting training regardless of where it takes place. Training Facilities (July 66) Training Programs and Curricula (July 66) Staff (July 66) Students (July 66) TECHNIQUES, METHODS, AND DEVICES 161.421 161.430 161 .440 161.441 161.442 Sabotage Networks (July 66) Operational Security (July 66) Logistical Support (July 66) Transportation of Sabotage Material (July 66) Mating and Concealment of Sabotage Material (July 66) 161.210 Explosive 161.450 Operational Communications (July 66) 161.220 Chemical 161.460 Operational Activities (July 66) 161.230 Incendiary 161.461 Infiltration and Exfiltration of Agents 161.290 Other (July 66) Including work slow-down, putting sand in 161.462 Priorities (July 66) machinery, etc. 161.500 FINANCES (July 66) 161.300 TARGETS 161.510 Budget (July 66) For vulnerability of specific industries to 161 520 f F l S d J 66 sabotage, combine modifier 027 with appropriate subjects in Chapter VI. . 161.530 ource o un y s ( u ) Financial Records (July 66) PAGE I - 22 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-*ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 163.000 Propaganda (Government and 163.220 Private) 163.221 Enter here only information which is presented or interpreted as propaganda. Subject Modifier: to specify military propaganda, combine the subject modifier listed below with any of the subjects in this section. 135 Military in General Area Rule if foreign (except 163.221, 163.230, 163.321, and 163.322): Primary Area is country initiating propaganda; Secondary Area is country against which propaganda is directed. For anti-Communist propaganda, see 136.400; Communist propaganda, 135.563; Communist party front organization propaganda, appropriate subjects in 135.700-135.900 sections, e.g., 135.715. 163.050 ORGANIZATION (July 66) 163.051 Laws, Legislation, and Decrees (July 66) 163.052 History (July 66) 163.100 MEDIA Enter here information which places emphasis on media as opposed to content, e.g., effectiveness of various types of media. For arts and letters as a cultural medium, see 239.000. 163.110 Outlets and Distribution Centers Including bookstores, news agencies, etc. 163.120 Publications 163.130 Motion Pictures and the Theater 163.140 Radio and Television Including loud speakers. 163.150 Balloons 163.160 Leaflets, Posters, Stickers 163.170 Cartoons and Jokes 163.180 Fabricated Rumors and Superstitions 163.190 Exhibitions 163.195 Other (Mar. 67) 163.196 Donated Items Distributed for Propaganda (Mar. 67) 163.200 OPERATIONS Enter here information on propaganda types, volume and content. For propaganda missions, see 173.900. 163.210 For Domestic Consumption 163.211 Official and Private Reaction to Domestic Propaganda For Foreign Consumption Official and Private Reaction to Propaganda from Foreign Sources Area Rule: Primary Area is country reacting; Secondary Area is origin of propaganda. 163.230 Anti-Propaganda Activities and Measures Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating anti-propaganda measures; Secondary Area is country originating propaganda. For jamming, see 597.000; anti-Communist propaganda, 136.400. 163.240 Logistical Support (July 66) 163.241 Transportation (July 66) 163.242 Dissemination (July 66) 163.300 PROPAGANDA THEMES (Feb. 61) 163.310 Domestic Affairs (Feb. 61) 163.311 Economic (Feb. 61) 163.312 Political (Feb. 61) Including nationalism. 163.313 Minority Groups (Feb. 61) 163.320 Foreign Affairs (Feb. 61) 1 63.321 Foreign Nations and Nationals (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating propaganda; Secondary Area is foreign nation or national which is the theme of the propaganda. Note: If propaganda is directed toward a third country, cross reference to 163.220 and/or 163.221. 163.322 International Organizations (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating propaganda; no Secondary Area needed. 163.330 War and Peace (Feb. 61) 163.331 War (Feb. 61) Including atomic, chemical, and biological warfare. 163.332 Peace (Feb. 61) 163.333 Disarmament (Feb. 61) 163.400 FINANCES (July 66) 163.410 Budget (July 66) 163.420 Source of Funds (July 66) 163.430 Financial Records (July 66) MARCH 1967Approved 1- 23 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Propaganda (Government and Private) (Continued) 173.600 CULTURAL 163.500 TRAINING (July 66) Area Rule if foreign (except 163.510): Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary 173.700 DIPLOMATIC Including military attaches. F di l i 163.510 Area is country conducting training regardless of where it takes place. Training Facilities (July 66) or p omat c missions used as a source of intelligence information, see 759.333; diplomatic relations, 777.500; foreign service and diplomatic training, 236.270. 163.520 163.530 Training Programs and Curricula (July 66) Staff (July 66) 173.900 OTHER (Feb. 61) Including information and propaganda missions. 163.540 Students (July 66) 177.000 Policy Relations with Foreign 164.000 Psychological Warfare (Jan. 62) Area Rule: Primary Area is country planning or executing psychological warfare; Secondary Area is country which is object of psychological warfare. For military psychological warfare organization, see 735.910; military psychological warfare tactics and operations, 744.765. 164.100 POLICY (Jan. 62) 164.200 CAPABILITIES (Jan.62) 164.300 VULNERABILITIES (Jan. 62) E. FOREIGN POLICY AND RELATIONS For cultural relations and rivalry with foreign countries and dependencies, see 273.000; foreign economic relations, 485.000-495.000; foreign military assistance, 717.000; international political organizations and conferences, 183.605; policy toward foreigners and foreign officials temporarily residing in country, 157.800; public opinion of foreign affairs, 258.200; scientific relations with foreign countries, 309.000; statements, opinions, and views of individuals on foreign affairs, 261.200. 173.000 Missions (Government and Private) Area Rule: Primary Area is country sending mission; Secondary Area is country receiving mission. 173.100 ECONOMIC, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED Including commercial and business. For commercial and business missions used as a source of intelligence information, see 159.335. 173.200 MILITARY AND QUASI-MILITARY Including police. 173.300 POLITICAL AND GOODWILL For propaganda missions, see 173.900. 173.400 LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL 173.500 TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC For foreign medical aid personnel, see 271.040; exchange of scientists, 309.300. Countries and Mother Country- Dependency Relations Area Rule (except 177.140, 177.200, 177,300, 177.400, 177.600, 177.700, 177.730, 177.740, 177.750): Primary Area is country initiating attitude or policy; Secondary Area is country toward which attitude or policy is directed. For hegemony, spheres of influence, see 179.000; administration of colony by mother country, 122.000. 177.100 OFFICIAL ATTITUDES, DISCUSSIONS, AND NEGOTIATIONS 177.110 Arbitration, Mediation, Conciliation 177.120 Neutrality 177.130 Peace (Coexistence) 177.140 Foreign Alignments (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country seeking or making foreign alignment; Secondary Area is country or bloc with which aligned. 177.200 POLITICAL ASYLUM Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting political asylum; Secondary Area is nationality of individual granted political asylum. For refugees, exiles, and displaced persons, see 255.45 7. 177.300 CONTACTS AND NEGOTIATIONS WITH UNOFFICIAL GROUPS Area Rule: Primary Area is country making contact with unofficial group; Secondary Area is nationality of unofficial group. 177.400 POLITICAL TREATIES AND AGREEMENTS Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For cultural agreements, see 213.000; economic agreements, 493.000; military agreements, 716.000; trade agreements, 485.200. 177.410 Negotiations Preceding Agreement 177.420 Interpretation 177.430 Violations PAGE 1- 24 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015000$4RCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Policy Relations with Foreign Countries and Mother Country-Dependency Relationships (Continued) 177.500 RECOGNITION AND DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS Including establishment of diplomatic relations. For diplomatic missions, see 173.700. 177.600 POLITICAL WARFARE; RIVALRY IN FOREIGN AREAS Area Rule: all countries involved in political warfare are Primary Areas; Secondary Area is country over which there is rivalry. For economic warfare, see 491.000. 177.700 TERRITORIAL DISPUTES, ASPIRATIONS, AND SOVEREIGNTY CLAIMS Area Rule for 177.700, 177.710, 177.720, 177.725: Primary Areas are countries engaged in dispute; Secondary Area is disputed territory. For hostilities, see 720.000-726.400. 177.710 Land Boundary Claims and Land Disputes 177.720 Water Boundary Claims and Water Disputes For control of international waterways and headwaters control, see 271.331; fishing disputes, 429.210. 177.725 Disputes Over Outer Space Sovereignty (Feb. 61) 177.730 Territorial Guarantees, Internationalization of Territories Area Rule: Primary Area is country guaranteeing or proposing internationalization of territory; Secondary Area is country guaranteed or internationalized. 177.740 Partition Area Rule: Primary Area is country proposing partition; Secondary Area is country partitioned. 177.750 Plebiscites Area Rule: Primary Area is country where plebiscite is held; no Secondary Area needed. For referendums, see 132.000. 179.000 Hegemony, Spheres of Influence Enter here only information which contains evidence or indication of foreign influence. Area Rule: Primary Area is country exerting foreign influence; Secondary Area is country being influenced. 179.100 POLITICAL INFLUENCES AND PENETRATION For foreign interference and control in elections, see 131.800; policy relations with foreign countries, 177.000. 179.110 Vulnerability to Foreign Penetration and Influence Area Rule: Primary Area is country exerting influence; Secondary Area is vulnerable country. For Communist party participation or interference in foreign governments, see 135.523; social impact of Communism, 277.410. 179.120 Exploitation of Foreign Political Parties, Organizations, and Individuals For Communist party relations with foreign political parties, see 135.511; non-Communist party relations with foreign parties, 733.5 10. 179.130 Support for Minority, Irregular, and Opposition Groups For negotiations with unofficial groups, see 177.300; assistance to insurgent movements, 720.500. 179.200 CULTURAL INFLUENCE AND PENETRATION For cultural relations and rivalry, see 213.000. 179.300 ECONOMIC INFLUENCE AND PENETRATION For foreign economic relations, see 485.000- 495.000. 179.310 Commercial and Financial 179.320 Use of Technical Assistance to Gain Influence 179.400 MILITARY INFLUENCE AND PENETRATION For other aspects of armed forces, see Chapter V11. 179.410 Infiltration of Military Forces 179.450 Foreign Troops in Country (May 63) To show significant troop strength and unit identification, combine subject modifier 180 with appropriate codes in Chapter VII. Area Rule: Primary Area is country in which foreign troops are located; Secondary Area is nationality of troops. 181.000 Policy Relations With and Attitudes Toward International Organi- zations (Communist and non- Communist) Area Rule: Primary Area is the country having policy; no Secondary Area needed. For international organizations, see 183.000. 181.100 PARTICIPATION 181.110 Membership and Withdrawal 181.120 Presentation of and Position on Various Cases and Issues Including voting policies. Area Rule: Primary Area is the country having policy; Secondary Area is country at issue. MARCH 1967 PAGE 1- 25 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Policy Relations With and Attitudes Toward International Organizations (Communist and Non-Communist) (Continued) 181.200 IMPLEMENTATION OF DECISIONS OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 181.300 COMPLAINTS AGAINST OTHER COUNTRIES Area Rule: Primary Area is the country having policy; Secondary Area is country toward which complaint is directed. 181.400 CRITICISM OF POLICIES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 183.000 International Organizations, Movements, and Conferences (Government and Non-Govern- ment) Area Rules: for all subject headings in this section, the Primary Area is the world. In the case of international conferences, theplace of meeting is also a Primary Area. Secondary Areas are participants. In relations with and activities in member and non-member countries, the country involved is entered as a Secondary Area. For international Communist fronts, see 135.700; international organizations as a source of intelligence information, 159.332; government policy relations with and attitudes toward international organizations, 187.000. 183.070 Relations With Other International Organizations 183.075 Relations With and Activities in Member and Non-Member Countries 183.090 Organizational Structure Including finances. 183.095 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.100 Intra-Organizational Activities and Internal Conflicts 183.105 International Conferences 183.110 Relations With Other International Organizations 183.115 Relations With and Activities in Member and Non-Member Countries 183.125 TRANSPORT 183.130 Organizational Structure Including finances. 183.135 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.140 Intro-Organizational Activities and Internal Conflicts 183.145 International Conferences 183.150 Relations With Other International 183.005 AGRICULTURAL Organizations 183.010 Organizational Structure Including finances. 183.155 Relations With and Activities in Member and Non-Member Countries 183.015 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.165 COMMUNICATIONS (PRESS, RADIO, AND 183.020 Intro-Organizational Activities and TELEVISION) Internal Conflicts 183.170 Organizational Structure 183.025 International Conferences Including finances. 183.030 Relations With Other International 183.175 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives Organizations 183.180 Intro-Organizational Activities and 183.035 Relations With and Activities in Member Internal Conflicts and Non-Member Countries 183.185 International Conferences 183.045 ECONOMIC, COMMERCIAL, FINANCIAL, 183.190 Relations With Other International AND INDUSTRIAL Organizations 183.050 Organizational Structure Including finances. 183.195 Relations With and Activities in Member and Non-Member Countries 183.055 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.205 POWER 183.060 Intro-Organizational Activities and Internal Conflicts 183.065 International Conferences Including atomic energy for peaceful purposes. 183.210 Organizational Structure Including finances. 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'ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 International Organizations, Movements, and Conferences 183.350 Relations With Other International (Government and Non-Government) (Continued) Organizations 183.215 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.355 Relations With and Activities in Member 183.220 Intra-Organizational Activities and and Non-Member Countries Internal Conflicts 183.365 YOUTH 183.370 Organizational Structure 183.22 5 International Conferences 183.23 0 Relations With Other International Including finances. 183.375 Doctrine and Policies Objectives Organizations 183.380 , Intro-Organizational Activities and 183.235 Relations With and Activities in Member Internal Conflicts and Non-Member Countries 183.385 International Conferences 183.245 ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND SCIENTIFIC 183.390 Relations With Other International RESEARCH F i i l Organizations or var ous nat ona scientific and engineering 183.395 Relations With and Activities in Member organizations, see specific sciences in Chapter Ill. and Non-Member Countries 183.250 Organizational Structure I l di fi 183.405 RELIGIOUS nc u ng nances. 183.255 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.260 Intra-Organizational Activities and Internal Conflicts 183.410 183.415 Organizational Structure Including finances. Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.265 International Conferences 183.270 Relations With Other International Or anizations 183.420 183.425 Intro-Organizational Activities and Internal Conflicts International Conferences 183.275 183.285 g Relations With and Activities in Member and Non-Member Countries MEDICINE AND HEALTH 183.430 183.435 Relations With Other International Organizations Relations With and Activities in Member and Non-Member Countries 183.290 Organizational Structure 183.445 SPORT AND RECREATION Including finances. 183.450 Organizational Structure 183.295 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives Including finances. 183.30 0 Intro-Organizational Activities and 183.455 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives Internal Conflicts 183.460 Intra-Organizational Activities and 183.305 International Conferences Internal Conflicts 183.31 0 Relations With Other International 183.465 International Conferences Organizations 183.470 Relations With Other International 183.315 Relations With and Activities in Member Organizations and Non-Member Countri es 183.475 Relations With and Activities in Member 183.325 EDUCATIONAL and Non-Member Countries 183.330 Organizational Structure 183.485 WOMEN Including finances . 184.490 Organizational Structure 183.335 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives Including finances. 183.340 Intra-Organizational Activities and 183.495 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives Internal Conflicts 183.500 Intro-Organizational Activities and 183.345 International Conferences Internal Conflicts MARCH 1967 PAGE I - 27 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 International Organizations, Movements, and Conferences (Government and Non-Government) (Continued) 183.625 International Conferences For meetings and conferences of national military organizations, see 701.600. 183.505 International Conferences 183.510 Relations With Other International Organizations 183.630 Relations With Other International Organizations d A i i i i M b W h 183.515 Relations With and Activities in Member 183.635 em er ct v t es n it an Relations and Non-Member Countries and Non-Member Countries 183.645 LABOR 183.525 CULTURAL (ARTS, LITERATURE, CINEMA) see 183.165. For journalists' organizations 183.650 Organizational Structure fi I l di , ng nances. nc u 183.530 Organizational Structure Including finances. 183.655 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.660 Intra-Organizational Activities and 183.535 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives Internal Conflicts 183.540 Intro-Organizational Activities and Internal Conflicts 183.665 International Conferences 183.670 Relations With Other International 183.545 International Conferences Organizations 183.550 Relations With Other International Organizations 183.675 Relations With and Activities in Member and Non-Member Countries 183.555 Relations With and Activities in Member 183.685 SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCES, and Non-Member Countries MORAL IMPROVEMENT 183.565 LEGAL 183.690 Organizational Structure 183.570 Organizational Structure Including finances. Including finances. 183.695 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.575 Doctrine and Policy, Objectives 183.700 Intro-Organizational Activities and 183.580 Intro-Organizational Activities and Internal Conflicts Internal Conflicts 183.705 International Conferences 183.585 International Conferences 183.710 Relations With Other International 183.590 Relations With Other International Organizations 183.595 Relations With and Activities in Member and Non-Member Countries 183.605 POLITICAL AND MILITARY Including international federation movements and international non-Communist insurgent organizations. For international Communist insurgent groups, see 135.243; international non-Communist insurgent activities, see also 720.000. 183.610 Organizational Structure Including finances. 183.615 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.620 Intra-Organizational Activities and Internal Conflicts Organizations 183.715 Relations With and Activities in Member and Non-Member Countries 183.725 PEACE, FRIENDSHIP, RELIEF, AND SOCIAL REHABILITATION 183.730 Organizational Structure Including finances. 183.735 Doctrine and Policies, Objectives 183.740 Intra-Organizational Activities and Internal Conflicts 183.745 International Conferences 183.750 Relations With Other International Organizations 183.755 Relations With and Activities in Member and Non-Member Countries PAGE 1- 28 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 SO0991 R000300150001-ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2903/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release ' 2003/05/05 CIA-RDP81 590991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER II 200.000 SOCIAL AND CULTURAL STRUCTURE AND INSTITUTIONS SUBJECT MODIFIERS The subject modifiers listed below may be combined with any appropriate code in Chapter II. 024 Organization 145 Navy 025 Description and/or Location of Facilities 150 Air Force 026 Underground Installations 151 Rocket Forces 072 Underwater (Submarine) Related 153 Civilian Police 073 Chemical Warfare Related 155 Marines and Naval Infantry 074 Biological Warfare Related 157 Coast Guard 075 Atomic Energy Related 077 Space Related 159 Reserves 078 Guided Missile Related 161 Border (Frontier) and Coastal Guards 079 Possible, Suspicious, Unusual, or Suspected Sites or 163 Interior Guards Sightings, Activities, or Events 165 Militia, National Guards 135 Military in General 167 Unconventional Forces (Guerrillas, Partisans, etc.) 140 Army 169 Military and Militarized Societies, Clubs A. DESCRIPTION 201.000 Social Organization 207.300 OFFICIAL CEREMONIES AND DECORATIONS 201.300 For tribes, see 141.000. ECONOMIC CLASSES Area Rule, if awarded to foreigners: Primary Area is country giving award or decoration; Secondary Area is nationality of recipient. For population structure-composition by economic characteristics, see 255.330. For military ceremonies and decorations, see 701.300. 201.400 COLOR AND ETHNIC RELATIONS 207.400 ETIQUETTE For ethnic composition of the population, see 207.500 CLOTHING 255.320; minorities, 141.000. For commodity and research aspects, see 201.500 OTHER 606.511, 608.250, 610.300. 207 600 PERSONAL EFFECTS 204.000 National Characteristics . 207 700 RECREATION AND ENTERTAINMENT 204.100 NATIONAL TRAITS (HUMOR, FRUGALITY, ETC.) . 204.200 ANTHROPOLOGICAL CHARACTERIS- For entertainment industry, see 403.400; international s ort and recreation or anizations TICS (PHYSICAL FEATURES, FACIAL CHARACTERISTICS, ETC.) p g and conferences, 183.445. 207.000 Customs and Manners 207.710 Athletics and Sports 207.100 NATIONAL HOLIDAYS AND CELEBRATIONS 207.790 Other MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4AGE 11 - 1 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Customs and Manners (Continued) 207.900 OTHER (Feb 61) 207.910 Birth, Home, and Sex Customs (Feb 61) 207.920 Treatment of the Dead (Feb 61) Including cemeteries. 210.000 Languages and Cultures For language training, see 236.261; minorities and tribes, 141.000. 210.175 Ukrainian 210.180 Wend, Serbian 210.185 White Russian 210.195 Teutonic 210.200 Danish 210.205 Dutch 210.210 English 210.215 Flemish 210.220 German 210.225 Icelandic 210.230 Norwegian 210.235 Swedish 210.240 Yiddish 210.245 Other Including Faroese, Frisian, Gothic, etc. 210.050 Celtic Including Breton, Cornish, Gaelic, Irish, Welsh. 210.255 Miscellaneous Including Basque, Esperanto, Maltese, Romany, etc. 210.060 Italic, Romance 210.300 NON-EUROPEAN 210.065 French 210.305 African 210.070 Italian Including Afrikaans, Bantu, Swahili, etc. 210.075 Latin For Arabic, see 210.600. 210.080 Portuguese 210.350 East Asiatic and Oriental, except Indian 210.085 Rumanian 210.355 Burmese 210.090 Sardinian 210.360 Cambodian 210.095 Spanish 210.365 Chinese 210.100 Other 210.370 Japanese Including Catalan, Provencal, Rhaetic, 210.375 Korean Vaudois, Walloon. 210.380 Laotian 210.110 Minoan, Mycaenean, Hellenic 210 385 M li 210.115 Cypriote . ongo an 210.390 Nepali 210.120 Cretan 210.395 Siamese (Thai) 210.125 Greek 210.400 Sinhalese (Ceylonese) 21 0.135 Slavonic 210.495 Tibetan 210.010 Baltic, Finno-Ugrian, Thraco-Illyrian 210.015 Albanian 210.020 Estonian 210.025 Finnish 210.030 Hungarian 210.035 Lettish, Latvian 210.040 Lithuanian 210.140 Bulgarian 210.505 Indian 210.145 Czech, Bohemian Including Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi, 210.150 Polish Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, etc. 210.155 Russian 210.525 Iranian 210.160 Serbo-Croatian 210.530 Armenian 210.165 Slovak 210.535 Georgian 210.170 Slovene 210.540 Pashto PAGE 11- 2 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991R000300150001-'ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Languages and Cultures (Continued) 210.545 Persian 210.555 Pacific Ocean 210.560 Fiji 210.565 Javanese 210.570 Malaya 210.575 Maori 210.580 Moro 210.585 Tagalog 210.595 Semitic 210.600 Arabic, Moslem Cultures 210.605 Hebrew 210.610 Syrian 210.615 Turkish (Yakut) 210.625 Western Hemisphere 210.630 Eskimo 210.635 North American Indian 210.640 South and Central American Indian 213.000 Cultural Relations and Rivalry with Foreign Countries and Dependencies Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating cultural relations; Secondary Area is country toward which relations are directed. For cultural influence and penetration, see 179.200; economic relations with foreign countries, 485.000-495.000; military relations with foreign countries, 701.440, 716.000; political relations with dependencies, 177.000; policy relations with foreign countries, 177.000. 213.100 TREATIES AND AGREEMENTS Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 213.200 EXCHANGE OF PERSONS Area Rule: Primary Area is country sending exchange; Secondary Area is country receiving exchange. For foreign students in country, see 236.310; exchange of scientific personnel, 309.300. B. INSTITUTIONS 233.000 Religion For international religious organizations, and conferences, see 183.405; religious organizations as sources of intelligence information, 159.334; religious training, 236.255; religious organizations of political significance, 139.810. 233.010 GOVERNMENT POLICIES; LAWS, LEGISLATION, AND DECREES For religious freedom and rights, see 173.280. 233.020 CHRISTIAN FAITHS 233.025 Catholic, Roman 233.030 Structure, Organization 233.035 Theology, Dogma, Beliefs 233.040 Shrines 233.045 Missionary Activities Area Rule,_for foreign missionary activities: Primary Area is location of organization initiating missionary activities; Secondary Area is country toward which missionary activities are directed. 233.050 National Conferences For international religious conferences, see 183.405. 233.055 Membership 233.060 Internal Conflicts (Religious and Organizational) 233.065 Relations with and Attitudes toward Foreign and Domestic Religious Faiths and Denominations (Catholic and Non-Catholic) Area Rule, if foreign: Primary Area is location of religious organization initiating relations or attitudes; Secondary Area is nationality of organization toward which relations are directed. 233.070 Political Activities and Attitudes 233.075 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic Government, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals For religious freedom and rights, see 113.280. 233.080 Relations with and Attitudes toward Foreign Governments, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals Area Rule: Primary Area is location of organization initiating relations or attitudes; Secondary Area is country or location of group toward which relations or attitudes are directed. 233.090 Orthodox, Eastern, or Greek Christian Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 233.025. 233.095 Structure, Organization 233.100 Theology, Dogma, Beliefs MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4PAGE II - 3 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Religion (Continued) 233.105 Shrines 233.110 Missionary Activities 233.115 National Conferences For international religious conferences, see 183.405. 233.120 Membership 233.125 Internal Conflicts (Religious and Organizational) 233.130 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic and Foreign Religious Faiths and Denominations (Orthodox, Eastern, or Greek Christian, and Non- Orthodox, Non-Eastern, and Non-Greek Christian) 233.135 Political Activities and Attitudes 233.140 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic Government, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals For religious freedom and rights, see 113.280. 233.145 Relations with and Attitudes toward Foreign Governments, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals 233.155 Protestant Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 233.025. 233.210 Relations with and Attitudes toward Foreign Governments, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals 233.300 NON-CHRISTIAN FAITHS 233.305 Far Eastern Including Buddhism, Hinduism, Shintoism, Caodaism, etc. Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 233.025. 233.310 Structure, Organization 233.315 Theology, Dogma, Beliefs 233.320 Shrines 233.325 Missionary Activities 233.330 National Conferences For international religious conferences, see 183.405. 233.335 Membership 233.340 Internal Conflicts (Religious and Organizational) 233.345 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic and Foreign Religious Faiths and Denominations (Far Eastern and Non-Far Eastern) 233.350 Political Activities and Attitudes 233.355 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic Government, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals For religious freedom and rights, see 113.280. 233.160 Structure, Organization 233.165 Theology, Dogma, Beliefs 233.170 Shrines 233.175 Missionary Activities 233.180 National Conferences For international religious conferences, see 183.405. 233.185 Membership 233.190 Internal Conflicts (Religious and Organizational) 233.195 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic and Foreign Religious Faiths and Denominations (Protestant and Non-Protestant) 233.200 Political Activities and Attitudes 233.205 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic Government, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals For religious freedom and rights, see 113.280. 233.360 Relations with and Attitudes toward Foreign Governments, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals 233.370 Jewish Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 233.025. 233.375 Structure, Organization 233.380 Theology, Dogma, Beliefs 233.385 Shrines 233.390 Missionary Activities 233.395 National Conferences For international religious conferences, see 183.405. 233.400 Membership 233.405 Internal Conflicts (Religious and Organizational) 233.410 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic and Foreign Religious Faiths and Denominations (Jewish and Non-Jewish) PAGE 11 - 4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-41ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Religion (Continued) 233.415 Political Activities and Attitudes 233.420 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic Government, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals For religious freedom and rights, see 113.280. 233.425 Relations with and Attitudes toward Foreign Governments, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals 233.435 Moslem Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 233.025. 233.440 Structure, Organization 233.445 Theology, Dogma, Beliefs 233.450 Shrines 233.455 Missionary Activities 233.460 National Conferences For international religious conferences, see 183.405. 233.465 Membership 233.470 Internal Conflicts (Religious and Organizational) 233.475 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic and Foreign Religious Faiths and Denominations (Moslem and Non-Moslem) 233.480 Political Activities and Attitudes 233.485 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic Government, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals For religious freedom and rights, see 113.280. 233.490 Relations with and Attitudes toward Foreign Governments, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals 233.600 MISCELLANEOUS FAITHS Area Rules: see corresponding subheadings of 233.025. 233.605 Structure, Organization 233.610 Theology, Dogma, Beliefs 233.615 Shrines 233.620 Missionary Activities 233.625 National Conferences For international religious conferences, see 183.405. 233.630 Membership 233.635 Internal Conflicts (Religious and Organizational) 233.640 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic and Foreign Religious Faiths and Denominations 233.645 Political Activities and Attitudes 233.650 Relations with and Attitudes toward Domestic Government, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals For religious freedom and rights, see 113.280. 233.655 Relations with and Attitudes toward Foreign Governments, Political Parties, and Other Organizations and Individuals 236.000 Education For cultural and educational freedom, see 113.220; international educational organizations and conferences, 183.325; literacy, 255.351. 236.100 GOVERNMENT POLICIES; LAWS, LEGISLATION, AND DECREES 236.110 Political Indoctrination through Education For political indoctrination in general, see 157.613. 236.200 EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM For military and premilitary training, see '763.000-775.390. 236.201 Pre-School 236.203 Elementary and Secondary 236.205 Schools For school construction, see 403.150. 236.207 Equipment and Teaching Aids 236.211 Higher Education 236.213 Universities For school construction, see 403.150. 236.215 Equipment and Teaching Aids 236.217 Scholarships For scholarships for foreigners and nationals studying abroad, see 236.311. 236.221 Specialized Education Including curricula and training. 236.223 Engineering, Science, and Technology 236.225 Natural Sciences 236.231 Medical Sciences 236.233 Physician Training to practice clinical medicine. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 11 - 5 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Education (Continued) 236.235 Medical Research 236.237 Dentistry 236.239 Nursing 236.241 Veterinary Medicine 236.243 Pharmacy 236.245 Engineering 236.251 Education Including teacher training. 236.253 Law 236.255 Religion 236.257 Agriculture 236.259 Social Sciences 236.261 Languages 236.263 Humanities (Art, Literature, Music, etc.) 236.270 Foreign Service and Diplomatic Training (Feb. 61) 236.271 Vocational Institutes and Training For on-the-job training, see 455.120 with appropriate modifiers. 236.275 Schools in Other Countries (e.g., American University in Beirut) Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of school; Secondary Area is location of school. 236.281 Adult Education 236.290 Availability of Teaching Personnel (Sept. 62) 236.300 SPECIAL STUDENTS 236.310 Students Abroad Area Rule: Primary Area is country from which students came; Secondary Area is country offering scholarship or location of study. For exchange programs, see 213.200; policy toward foreigners and foreign officials temporarily residing in country, 157.800; for scientists teaching abroad, see 309.300. 236.311 Scholarships 236.330 Other Including handicapped, mentally retarded, etc. 239.000 Arts and Letters For arts and letters used as Communist propaganda media, see 135.563; arts and letters used as non-Communist propaganda media, 163.100; humanities training, 236.263; censorship, 157.500. 239.100 ARCHITECTURE AND CIVIC ARTS Including regional and city planning. 239.200 PAINTING, DRAWING, SCULPTURE 239.300 MUSIC Including opera. 239.400 THEATER AND CINEMA For motion pictures as a commodity, see 694.200. 239.500 LITERATURE 239.600 NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES For foreign press and radio as a source of intelligence information, see 159.331; freedom of press and radio, 113.211; censorship, 157.500. 239.610 News Agencies (Feb. 61) 239.700 PHOTOGRAPHY For scientific aspects of photography, see 319.353; photographic equipment, 694.150. 242.000 Cultural Groups and Movements For Communist party cultural fronts, see 135.919; international cultural organizations and conferences, 183.525; non-party blocs and movements of political significance, 139.000. 245.000 Social Sciences and Allied Sciences (Economics, History, Political Science, etc.) For specific topics of social science interest, e.g., politics, see appropriate subjects elsewhere in the ISC; for social science education, see 236.259. 245.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international social and political science organizations and conferences, see 183.685. 245.200 LIBRARIES AND LIBRARY SCIENCE For electronic data processing equipment, see 676:000; data processing and information storage, control, and retrieval, 311.300. 245.300 PSYCHOLOGY Including clinical, industrial, educational, and social psychology. For psychological aspects of military, space, and underwater medicine, see 355.200. C. POPULATION 255.000 Population Data, Movements, and Policies 255.100 CENSUS METHODS 255.200 GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION 255.210 Urban/Rural Distribution MARCH 1967 PAGE 11 - 6 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Population Data, Movements, and Policies (Continued) 255.300 POPULATION STRUCTURE Enter here overall population statistics. 255.310 Age-Sex Composition 255.320 Ethnic Composition 255.321 Racial and Nationality Composition Including aliens normally resident in the country. For color and race relations, see 201.400; policy toward foreigners residing in country, 157.800; refugees, exiles, and displaced persons, 255.451. 255.322 Linguistic Composition For languages and cultures, see 210.000. 255.330 Composition by Economic Characteristics For economic classes as an aspect of social organization, see 201.300. 255.331 Economically Active Population For specific labor subjects, see 453.000- 463.900. 255.332 Economically Inactive Population Including students, housewives, retired persons, etc. 255.340 Marital Composition Including single, married, widowed, divorced. For marriages and divorces, see 255.412. 255.350 Composition by Educational Characteristics 255.351 Literacy 255.352 Other 255.360 Composition by Other Characteristics 255.400 POPULATION CHANGES 255.410 Vital Statistics, Demography 255.510 255.411 Births and Deaths 255.512 Including life expectancy tables. 255.412 Marriages and Divorces For marital composition of the population, see 255.340. 255.514 255.420 Migration 255.421 Immigration and Emigration Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of migrants and/or country from which emigrating; Secondary Area is country to which immigrating. For regulation of immigration, see 255.542; resettlement, 255.455. 255.423 Causes, Purposes, Effects 255.425 Illegal Entry and Exit For border controls, see 157.630. 255.441 Transients (Feb. 64) Area Rule: Primary Area is country of origin; Secondary Area is country of destination. For alien workers, see 455.174. 255.443 Communist 255.445 Non-Communist 255.451 Refugees, Exiles, and Displaced Persons Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of individuals; Secondary Area is country where residing. For policy toward foreigners residing in country, see 157.800; political asylum, 177.200; government exile as an aspect of internal security, 157.380. 255.455 Resettlement The transfer of refugees, exiles, and displaced persons from one country to another for permanent residence. Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of resettled individuals and/or country where individuals are residing before resettlement; Secondary Area is country where they are resettled. 255.461 Internal Migration 255.462 Forced Evacuation for Military and Other National Purposes (Feb. 61) Including evacuation of military dependents. For restrictions around border areas, see 157.631; civilian defense forced evacuation, 155.200. Passports and Visas Passports (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country issuing passport; Secondary Area is place of travel. Visas (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country issuing visa; Secondary Area is nationality of person to whom visa is issued. 255.520 Naturalization Area Rule: Primary Area is where naturalization is taking place; Secondary Area is nationality of person being naturalized. For citizenship rights, see 113.260. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4)AGE II - 7 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Population Data, Movements, and Policies (Continued) 255.530 Repatriation Area Rule: Primary Area is country to which repatriating; Secondary Area is country where residing before repatriation. For prisoner-of-war repatriation, see 723.630; policy toward repatriation of foreigners residing in country, code also 157.800. 255.531 Policy Toward (Own) Repatriates 255.540 Control of Population Growth 255.542 Regulation and Control of Immigration and Emigration Area Rule: Primary Area is regulating country; Secondary Area is country from which emigrated or to which immigrating. 255.543 Encouragement of Child-Bearing 258.000 Public Opinion and Attitudes 258.100 TOWARD DOMESTIC AFFAIRS For domestic political affairs and activities, see 131.000 et seq. 258.110 258.120 Economic Political 261.130 261.200 258.121 Nationalism 258.130 Minority Groups 258.200 TOWARD FOREIGN AFFAIRS Area Rule (except 258.230): Primary Area is country having public opinion; Secondary Area is country or nationality of foreigners toward which opinion is directed. 261.210 For foreign policy and relations, see 173.000- 261.220 183.755. 261.230 258.400 COMMUNISM For anti-Communist attitude, see 136.200. 261.000 Statements, Opinions, and Views of Individuals Opinions of individuals who hold an official position in some organization, e.g., government political party, labor organization, etc., should be indexed as the policy of that organization under other appropriatesubjects in the ISC. Enter here views of important personages who cannot be linked to an organized group. If an authoritative statement is made on a specific subject, e.g., support for central government, index also the appropriate subject elsewhere in the ISC. Enter the views of individuals without official positions, e.g., interrogation reports, under the subjects discussed or under public opinion, as appropriate. 261.100 DOMESTIC AFFAIRS For domestic political affairs and activities, see 131.000 et seq. 261.110 Economic 261.120 Political 261.121 Nationalism 258.210 Domestic Government's Foreign Policy 258.220 Foreign Nations and Nationals 258.230 International Organizations Area Rule: Primary Area is country having public opinion; no-Secondary Area needed. 258.300 WAR AND PEACE 258.310 War For hostilities, see 720.000-726.400. 258.311 Atomic 258.312 Biological 258.313 Chemical 258.320 Peace Minority Groups FOREIGN AFFAIRS Area Rule (except 261.230): Primary Area is nationality of individual expressing opinion; Secondary Area is country or nationality of foreigners toward which opinion is directed. For foreign policy and relations, see 173.000- 183.755. Domestic Government's Foreign Policy Foreign Nations and Nationals International Organizations Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of individual expressing opinion; no Secondary Area needed. 261.300 WAR AND PEACE 261.310 War For hostilities, see 720.000-726.400. 261.311 Atomic 261.312 Biological 261.313 Chemical 261.320 Peace 261.400 COMMUNISM PAGE 11 - 8 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-`'ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 D. HEALTH AND WELFARE 271.000 Health, Hygiene, Sanitation For food supply, dietary levels, see 274.120; international health organizations and conferences, 183.285; medical education, 236.231; medical sciences, 355.000; public health as a medical specialty, 355.460. 271.020 ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION For Ministry of Health, see 115.551. 271.025 Laws, Legislation, and Decrees 271.130 Smallpox 271.135 Trachoma 271.140 Malaria 271.145 Other For industrial accidents, see 457.330. 271.150 DISEASE CONTROL MEASURES 271.155 Malaria Control 271.160 Inoculation and Vaccination 271.030 INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND 271.170 MEDICAL FACILITIES AGREEMENTS 271.175 Hospitals Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For hospital construction, see 403.145. 271.035 Medical Aid to Foreign Countries 271.180 General Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting 271 185 Ment l aid; Secondary Area is country receiving aid. . 271.190 a Industrial 271.040 Personnel 271.045 Equipment 271.195 For industrial accidents, see 457.330. Prison Index specific items by combining the subject modifier 066 preceding Chapter VI with medical equipment, 645.000. 271.050 Loans Including prisoner-of-war and forced labor hospitals. For forced labor and forced labor 271.055 Other camps, see 157.370; prisoners-of-war and prisoner-of-war camps, 723.600. 271.060 HEALTH SERVICES (PUBLIC AND PRIVATE) 271.200 Military 271.070 DISEASE INCIDENCE For military medical care, see 752.100. For disease research, see 355.600; alcoholism as a social problem, 277.200; narcotic addiction as a social problem, 277.300; plant and animal disease incidence and control measures, 425.000. 271.075 Typhoid 271.080 Cholera 271.085 Diphtheria 271.090 Dietary Deficiency Diseases Including beri beri, scurvy, etc. 271.092 Heart and Circulatory Diseases (Feb. 61) 271.093 Cancers (Feb. 61) 271.095 Plague 271.100 Scarlet Fever 271.105 Tuberculosis 271.110 Infectious Hepatitis 271.115 Influenza 271.120 Measles 271.125 Poliomyelitis 271.201 Medical Stations (July 66) 271.205 Veterinary 271.210 Clinics 271.215 Health Resorts, Sanatoria, and Rest Homes 271.217 Laboratories (Feb. 61) Including clinical and diagnostic laboratories. 271.220 Other (Feb. 61) 271.225 AVAILABILITY OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT For other aspects of medical supplies and equipment, see 645.000; drugs and pharma- ceuticals, 619.200. 271.230 Medical and Surgical 271.235 Dental 271.240 Veterinary 271.250 AVAILABILITY OF MEDICAL PERSONNEL Including physicians, nurses, dentists, laboratory technicians, etc. For availability of research personnel, including medical researchers, see 307.300. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 5009918000300150001-4AGE 11 - 9 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Health, Hygiene, Sanitation (Continued) 271.255 Number and Distribution Enter here only overall figures. 271.260 Quality 271.270 HYGIENE 271.275 Industrial For industrial working conditions, see 457.300. 271.280 Rural 271.285 Tropical 271.290 Infant, Child, and Maternal Hygiene (Feb. 61) 271.295 AIR POLLUTION AND SMOG CONTROL Including noxious gases, smoke, dust, etc. For water pollution, see 271.340. 271.305 DISPOSAL OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES For other waste disposal systems, see 271.360; radioactive waste disposal equipment, 633.200. 271.315 SANITATION 271.320 Food Sanitation 271.325 Inspection 271.330 Water Control and Supply System For construction of wafer control and conservation projects, see 403.160; hydrology, hydrography, 331.000; water pipelines, 580.000; water as a commodity, 619.985; government planning for conservation, reclamation, irrigation, and flood control, 481.210. 271.331 Control of International Waterways, Headwaters Control (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country controlling waterway of headwaters; Secondary Areas are countries affected by controls, and the waterway (if area code exists for waterway). For water boundary claims and water disputes, see 177.720. 271.332 Treaties and Agreements (Feb. 61) Area Rule: all countries party to an agreement are Primary Areas; Secondary Area is the waterway (if area code exists for the waterway). 271.335 Sources, Quality, Elevation, Yields 271.340 Purification and Pollution Including pollution of sea water. For air pollution and smog control, see 271.295. 271.345 Storage 271.350 Distribution 271.355 Dams 271.360 Waste Disposal Systems For air pollution and smog control, see 271.295; disposal of radioactive wastes, 271.305. 271.365 Urban 271.370 Rural 274.000 Public Welfare 274.100 LIVING CONDITIONS IN GENERAL For influence of climate on living conditions, see 327.520. 274.110 Availability of Consumer Goods and Services 274.120 Food Supply, Dietary Levels 274.130 Cost of Living Including retail prices of food and other consumer goods, cost of consumer services and housing, etc. 274.140 Housing Conditions For housing construction, see 403.155; military housing, 752.200; housing for Communist party elite, 135.611. 274.150 Disasters Including descriptions of hurricanes, volcanoes, typhoons, explosions, floods, etc., which affect large masses of people. For scientific aspects of natural disasters, see atmospheric disturbances, 327.255; seismology, 323.300; volcanology, 325.210. 274.200 SOCIAL SECURITY 274.210 Pensions 274.220 Social Insurance Including accident, health, old age, unemployment, etc. For other types of insurance, see 479.000. 274.300 WELFARE SERVICES (PUBLIC AND PRIVATE) For health services, see 271.060. 274.310 Emergency Relief (Domestic and Foreign) Area Rule, if foreign: Primary Area is country granting relief; Secondary Area is country receiving relief. 274.320 War Relief (Domestic and Foreign) Area Rule, if foreign: Primary Area is country granting relief; Secondary Area is country receiving relief. PAGE 11- 1 OApproved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4r`',ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 277.000 Social Problems 277.300 NARCOTIC ADDICTION For crimes, see 153.200. For medical aspects, see 355.670. 277.400 SOCIAL CHANGE 271.100 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 277.410 Impact of Communism 277.200 ALCOHOLISM 277.420 Impact of Industrialization For medical aspects, see 355.670. 277.500 OTHER MARCH 1967 PAGE II - 11 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 O_ M Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991,Rb00300~150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER III 300.000 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING This Chapter is concerned with scientific and engineering organizations, fields of interest, and processes. Some of the subjects in this Chapter deal with observable data rather than with pure research or development, e.g., climatic conditions, 327.510, physical geography, 333.300, survival data and techniques, 333.650, etc. For research on specific commodities combine subject modifier 080 with the appropriate commodities in Chapter VI. The subject modifiers listed below may be combined with any appropriate subject in this Chapter. 024 Organization (July 64) 140 Army 025 Description and/or Specific Pin-Point Location of Facilities (July 64) 145 Navy 150 Air Force 026 Underground Installations (May 63) 151 Rocket Forces (May 63) 027 Sabotage, Safety, Security, Vulnerability (May 63) 153 Civilian Police (May 66) 029 Manpower (Labor Force) (Oct 65) 032 Construction, Repair, and Expansion (May 63) 155 Marines and Naval Infantry (July 64) 072 Underwater (Submarine) Related (Oct 65) 157 Coast Guard (July 64) 073 Chemical Warfare Related (Oct 65) 159 Reserves (July 64) 074 Biological Warfare Related (Oct 65) 161 Border (Frontier) and Coastal Guards (July 64) 075 Atomic or Nuclear Energy Related (Oct 65) 163 Interior Guards (July 64) 077 Space Related (Oct 65) 165 Militia, National Guard (July 64) 078 Guided Missile Related (Oct 65) 167 Unconventional Forces (Guerrillas, Partisans, etc.) 079 Possible, Suspicious, Unusual, or Suspected (Oct 65) (July 64) 135 Military in General 169 Military and Militarized Societies, Clubs (July 64) A. GENERAL For military research and development policy, see 713.000; Ministry of Science, 115.521; Ministry of Space and/or Astronautics, 115.523; scientific and engineering training, 236.223. 301.000 Research Organizations and Facilities, National For specific types of scientific and technical organizations, see subject subdivisions under each major science and technology in this Chapter. For international scientific and engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245; international Communist front scientific organizations, 135.859. 303.000 Government's Scientific Policy For scientific budget, see 307.100. 303.100 PLANS AND PROGRAMS Including state plans for science. 303.110 Nuclear (May 63) 303.120 Space (May 63) 303.200 POLITICAL - IDEOLOGICAL INTERFER- ENCE (E.G., THE LYSENKO GENETIC CONTROVERSY) 305.000 History and Philosophy of Science, Scientific Method, Scientific Trends MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4AGE III- t Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 307.000 Scientific Capabilities and 311.310 Organizations and Facilities (Feb. 61) Vulnerabilities Including data processing computer centers, 307.100 SCIENTIFIC BUDGET AND NON- documentation centers, etc. GOVERNMENTAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE 311.320 Machine Translation (Feb 61) For national budget, see 475.200. 307.200 AVAILABILITY OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 311.330 Programming (Feb 64) 307.300 AVAILABILITY OF SCIENTIFIC PERSONNEL 311.400 SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL STANDARDS 307.400 UTILIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC PERSONNEL (May 62) 309.000 Scientific Relations with Foreign Countries Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating relations; Secondary Area is country toward which relations are directed. 309.100 TREATIES AND AGREEMENTS Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For cultural agreements, see 213.100; defense agreements, 716.000; economic agreements, 493.100; political agreements, 177.400. 309.200 EXPLOITATIONOF FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY Devious and open methods of securing and applying foreign technical information. Area Rule: Primary Area is country exploiting foreign technology; Secondary Area is country being exploited. 309.300 EXCHANGE OF SCIENTIFIC PERSONNEL (May 62) Including scientists teaching abroad. Area Rule: Primary Area is country sending exchange; Secondary Area is country receiving exchange. For cultural exchange, see 213.200, scientists studying abroad, 236.310; technical and scientific missions, 173.500; foreign medical aid personnel, 271.040. 311.000 Other 311.100 SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES, NATIONAL For international scientific and engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 311.200 PRIZES AND AWARDS Area Rule: If awarded to foreigners: Primary Area is country giving prize or award; Secondary Area is nationality of receiver. For scholarships, see 236.217 or 236.311. 311.300 DATA PROCESSING; INFORMATION STORAGE, CONTROL, AND RETRIEVAL For electronic data processing equipment, see 676.000; libraries and library science, 245.200. For inspection and testing of specific commodities, combine subject modifier 041 preceding Ch. VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For weights and measures, see 411.000; commodity standards, 409.1 10. 311.410 Organizations and Facilities (Feb 64) 31 1.420 Materials Testing in General (Mar 66) For metallurgical testing, see 367.300. B. MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES For natural science training, see 236.225. 315.000 Mathematics Enter here information on the status of mathematics or research in the field of mathematics. Do not enter here information on mathematics used as a method of solving problems in other fields, e.g., physics. For computers, see 676.500. 315.050 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 315.100 MATHEMATICAL AND SYMBOLIC LOGIC, PHILOSOPHY OF MATHEMATICS 315.150 ARITHMETICAL THEORY OF NUMBERS Including numeration, fractions, general properties of numbers, congruences and diophantine equations of the first degree, systems of residues, quadratic residues, quaternions with integral coefficients, complex numbers, prime numbers, arithmetical theory of continued fractions, transcendental numbers, farey series, polygonal numbers, etc. 315.200 ALGEBRA Including binomial theorem, calculation of roots, transcendental equations, Galois' group theory and solution of higher degree equations by radicals, rational fractions, algebraic interpolation, determinants and matrices, linear substitutions, invariants and covariants, theory of imaginaries and of complex quantities, vector analysis, etc. PAGE III - 2 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4`r'ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Nw~ Mathematics (Continued) 315.250 GEOMETRY Including plane and solid geometry; analytical and coordinate geometry, i.e., plane or two dimensional geometry, curves, geometry in space, vector methods, multidimensional analytical geometry; projective geometry, i.e., methods of topographical projections, stereotomy, cyclography, shadow representation, descriptive geometry; non-Euclidean geometry, topology, etc. 315.300 TRIGONOMETRY, POLYGONOMETRY 315.350 ANALYSIS Including calculus, general; differential and integral calculus; functions, i.e., functions of the real variables, infinite series, analytic functions of a complex variable, conformal representation, Dirichlet's problem, boundary value problem, functions of several complex variables, definite integrals, Eulerian integrals, elliptic functions, hyperelliptic, abelian and automorphous functions; differential and partial differential equations, functional equations, recurrent series, finite difference, etc. 315.400 SPECIAL METHODS OF CALCULATION Including nomography, i.e., graphic representation of numerical relations; logarithmic, trigonometric and other tables; mathematic puzzles and games, etc. 315.900 OTHER MATHEMATICAL THEORIES AND APPLICATIONS 317.300 PRACTICAL ASTRONOMY, OBSERVATIONAL ASTRONOMY Including astronomical time or chronology, prediction of eclipses, occultations and transits, determination of positions of astronomic bodies, etc. 317.310 Celestial Navigation (Feb 61) For celestial navigation equipment, see 672.900. 317.320 Star Charts (Sept 62) 317.330 Astronomical Expeditions (Mar 66) Area Rule, if to foreign areas: Primary Area is country sending expedition; Secondary Area is location of expedition. 317.400 DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY, ASTROPHYSICS For astronautics, see 385.000. 317.410 Universe and Its Structure, Cosmology The entire celestial cosmos; the totality of observed or postulated physical whole. Including cosmogony, i.e., hypotheses concerning the origin and future of the universe. For cosmic rays, see 319.475. 317.420 Radio Astronomy The detection of radio waves generated in space and the detection of meteors by the use of radio echo techniques. 315.910 Combinatorial Analysis 315 92 b b l 317.500 Solar or Planetary System, Planets in General . 0 Pro a i ity 317.510 Sun 315.930 Mathematical Statistics and Analysis For statistical systems and methods used in assessing economic data, see 443.400. 317.520 For solar radiation, see 327.260. Moon 315.931 Other For tides, see 329.430, 331.323. Including biometrics, actuarial science, etc. 317.530 Mercury For life expectancy fables, see 255.411. 317.540 Venus 315.940 Linear Programming 317.550 Mars 315.950 Theory of Games 317.560 Asteroids 317.000 Astronomy, Astrophysics 317 570 Ju iter For Ministry of Space and/or Astronautics, see 115.523; astronautics, see 385.000; astronautic . 317.580 p Saturn vehicles, 662.000 et seq.; astrophysical 317.590 Uranus instruments, 647.000; astrobiology, 343.500. 317.600 Neptune 317.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES 317.610 Pluto For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 317.620 Comets 317.200 THEORETICAL ASTRONOMY, CELESTIAL 317.630 Meteors, Bolides, Fireballs MECHANICS 317.640 Micrometeorites The motions of the heavenly bodies under the forces of graviation. Description and determination of orbits. 317.650 317.700 Earth (Considered Astronomically) Stars MARCH 1967 PAGE III - 3 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 319.000 Physics For biophysics, see 355.330; geophysics, 323.000; physics instruments, 649.300. 319.010 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 319.020 GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS 319.025 Relativity Principle 319.030 Principles of Constancy and Variability 319.035 Quantum Theory, Wave Mechanics 319.040 Principles of Action and Reaction 319.045 Principle of Causality and Probability 319.050 Unified Field Theories 319.055 Other Including similarity principle, linearity, parity, etc. 319.060 TECHNIQUES AND METHODS OF ADVANCED PHYSICS INVESTIGATION Including magnetism, electric wave, pressure, extreme low temperature, extreme high temperature, bombardment, and other procedures. 319.070 MECHANICS The branch of physics which deals with the effects of forces upon bodies at rest or in motion. 319.075 General and Solids 319.100 Gravitation, Ballistics 319.105 Gravitation Laws of falling objects, pendulum theory, etc. 319.107 Antigravitation (Feb 61) 319.110 Ballistics Laws of motion of projectiles, e.g., spin, deviation, atmospheric influences, motion in the barrel and penetration into the object struck, etc. 319.115 Other 319.125 Mechanics of Liquids 319.130 Properties That which is inherently characteristic of a liquid and naturally essential to it, e.g., fluidity. 319.135 Statics Hydrostatics-study of the static equilibrium of liquids. 319.140 Dynamics Hydrodynamics-study of the dynamics of liquid in motion, e.g., boundary layer, cavitation, mixing, flow through pipes, velocity and quantity rate of flow, etc. For hydrology, see 331.000. 319.145 Kinetic Theory of Liquids Including osmosis, solution and solubility, crystallization, etc. 319 080 Kinematics . 319.147 Magneto Hydrodynamics (Feb 61) The geometry of abstract motion without regard to forces or bodies of matter. 319.150 Surface Phenomena 319.085 Statics Including surface tension, thin films, bubbles, capillarity, etc. Deals with particles or bodies in equilibrium under the action of forces or of torques. Treats of the composition and resolution of forces, the equilibrium of bodies under balanced forces, and such properties of bodies as center of gravity and moment of inertia. 319.090 Dynamics, Kinetics Pertains to the description of the motion of systems of particles under the influence of forces. Dynamics deals with the causes of motion, as opposed to kinematics, which deals with its geometric description, and to statics, which deals with the conditions for lack of motion. 319.095 Work, Energy, Friction Including weight; mass; specific gravity; sliding, slipping, or rolling friction; conservation of energy; energy of space; potential energy; collisions; impact; etc. 319.160 Mechanics of Gases 319.165 Properties That which is inherently characteristic of a gas and naturally essential to it, e.g., density, elasticity. 319.170 Aerodynamics The study of the flow of gases in conduits; the effects of winds on static structures, such as buildings, chimneys, and bridges; and the effect on moving bodies of the atmosphere through which they move, e.g., aircraft, missiles. Including heat transfer, flow velocity, compressibility, lift, drag, wind tunnel flow studies, stresses on structures, boundary layer problems, etc. For aeronautical engineering, see 369.500; guided missile engineering, 369.800; astronautics, 385.000. PAGE III - 4 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Physics (Continued) 319.180 Re-entry into the Earth's Atmosphere The problems associated with the return of a ballistic missile or space vehicle to the earth's atmosphere. For re-entry of manned space flight, see 385.314; re-entry of artificial satellite, 385.712. 319.185 Kinetic Theory of Gases, Continuity of State Continuity of state is the transition between two states, as between the gaseous and liquid states, in either direction; without discontinuity or abrupt change in physical properties. 319.190 Vacuum Physics 319.200 ACOUSTICS, VIBRATIONS, SOUND Acoustics is the science of sounds; ultrasonics, aeroacoustics, macrosonics, radiation and scattering, hydroacoustics or underwater sound, ship noise and quieting. Including the propagation and conduction of all kinds of material vibration-their generation, perception, measurement, reproduction, and control. For acoustic detection, location, and control equipment, see 673.200; acoustic electronic countermeasure systems, 597.000; acoustics of sea water, 329.220; acoustics of fresh water, 331.312; acoustic phenomena, 327.350; acoustic detection systems, 595.200; ship acoustic signatures, combine subject modifier 047 with appropriate codes in 656.000 section; aircraft acoustic signatures, combine subject modifier 047 with appropriate codes in 657.000 section. 319.205 Theory of Vibration, Sounds Including transverse, longitudinal, torsion waves, and harmonics. 319.210 Subsonic, Supersonic, and Ultrasonic Acoustics; Vibrations 319.215 Subsonic 319.220 Supersonic, Ultrasonic 319.222 Shock Waves (Macrosonics) (Feb 61) 319.225 Propagation and Transmission of Sounds, Vibrations Including velocity, radiators, reflection, echo, resonance phenomena, refraction, diffraction, polarization, etc. For death rays and waves, see 690.100. 319.235 Analysis and Synthesis of Vibrations 319.240 OPTICS, LIGHT The branch of physics which deals with the phenomena of light and all phenomena associated with electromagnetic waves, with wave lengths greater than x-rays and shorter than microwaves. For optical instruments, see 644.000. 319.245 Theory of Light Including emission, wave, electromagnetic, and quantum theories. 319.247 Quantum Resonance Phenomena (Sept 62) Including EPR (electron paramagnetic resonance); NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance); CR (cyclotron resonance); ESR (electron spin resonance). For masers, see 677.950. 319.250 Visible Light Rays, Infrared and Ultraviolet Waves 319.255 Visible Light Rays 319.260 Infrared (and longer) Waves For various infrared applications, see guided missile infrared guidance equipment, 688.350; infrared detection, location, and control equipment, 673.100; various infrared fuses, 681.710 et seq.; various infrared fire control equipment, 681.655 et seq. 319.261 Sources of Infrared Radiation (Feb 61) Including thermal, arc, spark, chemical, phosphorescent, fluorescent, electron beam excitation, gas discharge, etc. 319.262 Background and Target Emission (Feb 61) The intensity and pattern of infrared radiation given off by natural bodies, e.g., sky, water, and by man-made objects, e.g., buildings, personnel, vehicles, missiles, aircraft, etc. 319.265 Ultraviolet (and shorter) Waves 319.275 Light Radiation, Energy 319.280 Effects of Radiation Including thermal, luminous, mechanical, electrical, photoelectric, chemical, actinic, and magnetic effects. 319.285 Velocity of Light 319.290 Energy and Spectral Distribution, Black Body Radiation Including Kirchhoff, Stefan, Wien. MARCH 1967 PAGE III - 5 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Physics (Continued) 319.305 Transmission, Absorption, Emission 319.310 Geometrical Optics, Reflection, Refraction Including rectilinear propagation, shadow, mirror and lens optics, prisms, etc. 319.315 Absorption Including transparency, light filters, dichroism, pleochroism, pleochroic haloes, etc. 319.320 Diffusion 319.325 Luminescence, Fluorescence, Phos- phorescence Including scattering, Raman effect. 319.330 Other 319.340 Interference, Diffraction 319.345 Polarization, Double Refraction 319.350 Colors and Their Properties 319.353 Photography (May 62) For photography as an art, see 239:700; photographic equipment, 694.150; photo- graphic equipment carried by astronautic vehicles, 662.000 and 663.000. 319.354 Microscopy (May 63) Including electron and ion microscopy. For molecular spectroscopy, see 319.616. 319.355 Other 319.356 Optical Properties of Materials (Feb 61) Including gases, liquids, metals, glasses, crystals, plastics, etc. 319.365 HEAT, THERMODYNAMICS 319.370 General Theory Including temperature, distribution, heat potential, quantity. 319.375 Heat Transference, Transmission Including conduction, heat insulating power, heat transfer, exchange, convection, etc. 319.385 Effect of Matter on Heat and Heat Radiation Including reflection, refraction, absorption, heat radiation, heat transmission properties, etc. 319.395 Effect of Heat on Matter Including change of volume; expansion; contraction; change of state; transformations, e.g., solid-to-liquid; fusion; solidification; melting and freezing points; vaporization and condensation; boiling point, dew point, and allotropic transformation; critical points; incandescence; high temperature phenomena; combustion; flames; low temperature phenomena; etc. 319.405 Temperature, Heat Quantity Measurement, Control Including temperature units and scales; units and constants, e.g., B.T.U.; calories; specific heat; latent heat; heat of reaction; etc. For temperature measuring instruments, see 651.100. 319.415 Thermodynamics, Heat Energy Thermodynamics treats of heat as energy. Including first, second, and third laws of thermodynamics; entropy; Clapeyron's equation; Maxwell's laws; free energy; thermodynamic potential; Van't Hoff-Lechatelier principle; phase law; degrees of freedom; Joule's law of the energy of gases; etc. 319.430 ELECTRICITY For electrical equipment, see 636.000-642.900; electrical quantity measuring instruments, 657.150. 319.435 General Theory Including negative and positive electricity theory. For electrons and protons, see 319.725, 319.735. 319.445 Electrostatics, Electric Charges Electrostatics is the science which deals with the behavior of electric charges and potentials. Including attraction; field; potential; electrification; distribution and accumulation, i.e., dielectrics, hysteresis, pyroelectricity, piezoelectricity, electrostriction, electrical double refraction, Kerr and Stark effect, electroprecipitation, etc. 319.455 Electric Current, Electrokinematics Including transmission of electricity; conduction, i.e., conductivity, resistance, insulation, theory of electron motion in conductors, Ohm's law, resistance and conductivity of certain substances, contact resistance, distribution of current in conductors, resistance to AC, influences on conductivity and resistance, supraconductivity, current circuits, Kirchhoff's law, thermoelectricity (Joule's law; Peltier, Thomson effects), electrocapillarity, electro- endosmosis, electrophoresis, galvano-electricity; etc. For printed circuits, see 678.451. 319.465 Electric Discharges, Radiation, Ionization Including discharges in gases at normal pressure, inrarefied gases, in compressed gases in liquids and in solids; radiation phenomena in discharges, i.e., x-rays, non- corpuscular rays, scattering, Compton effect, cathode rays, negative rays, electron optics, anode rays, canal rays, and positive rays; ionization of gases, e.g., potentials, form mobility of ions; ionization of non-electrolytic liquids and solids; thermoionization, thermionics. PAGE III - 6 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 -*ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Physics (Continued) 319.466 Plasma Physics (Feb 61) For magneto hydrodynamics, see 319.147; magnetic mirror machines, 649.615. 319.475 Cosmic Rays A highly penetrating radiation apparently reaching the earth in all directions from outer space. 319.485 MAGNETISM, ELECTROMAGNETISM For magneto hydrodynamics, see 319.1.47. 319.490 General Theory Including coercive force, magnetic field, potential, field intensity, distribution of magnetism, etc. 319.500 Magnetic Processes and Properties Including reluctance, permeability, susceptibility, paramagnetism, hysteresis, magnetization and demagnetization, magnetic circuit, etc. For printed circuits, see 678.451. 319.510 Induction, Variable Currents Including self-induction, eddy currents, current displacement, alternating currents, electro- magnetic oscillations, Hertzian waves, etc. 319.520 Effects of and Influences on Magnetic Fields Including optical effects, double refraction, magnetic rotary polarization, Zeeman effect, electrical effect, Hall effect, Corbino effect, mechanical effects, magnetostriction, piezomagnetism, thermal effects, pyromag- netism, etc. 319.530 Electromagnetism, Electrodynamics Including reciprocal action of currents and magnets, mutual interaction of currents, etc. For electromagnets, see 642.200. 319.600 PHYSICAL NATURE OF MATTER 319.605 Nuclear, Atomic, and Molecular Physics For atomic energy plant equipment, see 633.180; nuclear engineering, 381.000; various nuclear engines, 631.055, 654,414, 655.150, 656.832, 657.565; nuclear fuels, 628.510; nuclear physics instruments, 649.600; nuclear power, 630.400; nuclear warfare equipment, 684.000. 319.610 Organizations and Facilities For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245; for international power organizations and conferences, 183.205. 319.615 Molecular Structure Including intramolecular mechanics; band structure; phenomena, forces, and observed effects in the molecule. 319.616 Molecular Spectroscopy (Feb 61) 319.625 Atomic Structure Including atomic models; periodic system; spin; energy levels; spectra; phenomena, forces, and observed effects in the atom. 319.635 Nuclear Structure Including nuclear forces; models; spin and magnetic moment; binding energy; excitation; phenomena, forces, and observed effects in the nucleus. 319.645 Radioactivity For cosmic rays, see 319.475; radioactive fallout, 327.361. 319.650 Alpha Particles 319.655 Beta Particles 319.660 Gamma Rays 319.665 Other Energy Release Phenomena Accompanying Disintegration of Radioactive Substances 319.667 Irradiation (Feb 61) The bombardment of materials to change physical or electrical properties. For chemical irradiation and tracer techniques, see 321.458; radiation effects on plants, 345.245; radiation effects on humans, 347.280; radiation effects on metals, 367.260. 319.670 Nuclear Reactions 319.680 Fission The splitting of an atomic nucleus into two fragments of more or less equal mass as a result of the capture of a bombarding neutron. 319.690 Fusion A nuclear reaction in which light nuclei combine to form a nucleus of a higher mass number. 319.695 Controlled Thermonuclear Reaction (Feb 61) 319.700 Ionization and Ionization Chamber Phenomena 319.710 Isomers, Isobars For isotopes, including radioactive tracer isotopes, see 617.845. 319.720 Elementary Particles MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-,fAGE III 7 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Physics (Continued) 319.725 Electrons 319.730 Positrons 319.735 Protons 319.740 Neutrons 319.745 Neutrinos 319.750 Mesons 319.755 Deutrons 319.760 Hyperons 319.770 Other 319.800 Physical Properties of Matter, Solid State Physics For physical properties of metals, see 367.200. 319.810 Structure of Matter Including granular and fibrous structure, etc. 319.815 Crystallography and Crystal Phenomena 319.820 Mechanical Properties of Solids Including elasticity deformation and properties influencing deformation, i.e., deformation caused by extension, compression, bending, torsion, shearing, folding, fatigue; properties, e.g., malleability, ductility, hardness, tenacity, brittleness, consistency, compressibility, etc. 319.840 Intermolecular Forces and Associated Phenomena Including adhesion, friction, physics of impact, etc. 319.850 Other Including effect of mechanical phenomena, pressure, etc.; production of very high pressures, etc. 321.000 Chemistry and Chemical Engi- neering For chemical laboratory apparatus, see 649.100; chemical plant machinery and equipment, 633.160; chemicals; 615.000-619.990; chemical warfare equipment, 686.000. 321.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 321.200 BRANCHES OF CHEMISTRY; CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES For biochemistry, see 355.325; geochemistry, 323.400. 321.210 Physical The study of the dependence of physical properties on chemical reactions. Including chemical mechanics, chemical statics and dynamics; colloid chemistry, electro- chemistry, electrolysis, photochemistry, radiation chemistry, thermochemistry, topochemistry, etc. For aerosols, see 321.910; macromolecular and polymer chemistry, 321.920. 321.220 Organic The study of the compounds of carbon, with the exception of carbon oxides and sulfides which are generally included in inorganic chemistry. 321.230 Inorganic The study of the chemical elements and compounds including carbon oxides and sulfides. 321.240 Analytical The branch of chemistry that deals with analysis. 321.250 Stoichiometry The study of the numerical proportions in which substances react chemically. Including atomic weights, specific gravities, boiling temperatures, solubilities, atomic numbers, etc. 321.290 Other 321.300 UNIT OPERATIONS: PHYSICAL PROCESSES 321.305 Absorption Penetration of a substance into the body of another. 321.310 Adsorption The taking up of one substance at the surface of another. 321.315 Crushing, Grinding, and Pulverizing 321.320 Distillation A process of evaporation and recondensation used for separating liquids into various fractions according to their boiling points or boiling ranges, e.g., petroleum refining. Including fractional distillation. 321.325 Drying and Evaporation 321.330 Humidification A process for increasing the water content of air or other gases. 321.335 Material Handling 321.340 Mechanical Separation PAGE III - 8 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991R000300150001-''ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (Continued) 321.342 Classification 321.344 Centrifuging The separation of substances by the application of centrifugal force. 321.346 Crystallization 321.348 Filtration 321.350 Flotation A process for separating minerals from waste rock or solids of different kinds from one another. 321.352 Sedimentation The settling of finely divided suspended solid particles from a liquid. 321.355 Mixing 321.360 Solvent Extraction A process for dissolving certain constituents of a mixture by means of a liquid with solvent properties for one of the components only. 321.390 Other 321.400 UNIT PROCESSES: CHEMICAL REACTIONS 321.403 Alkylation Substitution of an aliphatic hydrocarbon radical for a hydrogen atom in a cyclic organic compound. 321.406 Ammonolysis Decomposition in which ammonia plays a role analogous to that of water in hydrolysis. For ammonia, see 617.510. 321.409 Aromatization or Hydroforming Process for dehydrogenation and conversion of paraffinic hydrocarbons into cyclic and aromatic hydrocarbons by the use of heat, pressure, and catalysts in the presence of hydrogen. Used in producing motor fuels of high octane rating from ordinary or low- grade products. 321.412 Calcination The process of heating a material to a high temperature but below its fusing point to cause it to lose moisture or other volatile material or be oxidized or reduced, e.g., calcining limestone to make lime. 321.415 Causticization To make caustic, e.g., converting alkaline carbonate into hydroxide by the use of lime. 321.421 Condensation A reaction involving union between atoms in the same or different molecules to form a new compound of greater complexity and, frequently, greater molecular weight or density. 321.424 Desulfurization The process of removing sulfur; used in petroleum refining. 321.427 Double Decomposition A bimolecular reaction in which the atoms are redistributed into different molecules, the number of molecules remaining constant before and after the reaction. 321.430 Diazotization The process of converting amino into diazo compounds. 321.433 Electrolytic Conduction, Electrolysis The conduction of electricity accompanied by the actual transfer of matter which is shown by the occurrence of chemical changes at the electrodes. 321.436 Equilibrium The state reached in a reversible reaction when the reaction velocities in the two opposing directions are equal so that the system has no further tendency to change. 321.439 Esterification The direct action of an acid on an alcohol resulting in the formation of esters. 321.442 Fermentation Slow decomposition process of organic substances induced by microorganisms or by complex nitrogenous organic substances (enzymes) of vegetable or animal origin. For agricultural and industrial microorganisms and enzymes, see 619.975. 321.445 Friedel and Craft's Synthesis The synthesis of benzene hydrocarbons or their homologues by the action of alkyl halides on aromatic hydrocarbons in the presence of anhydrous aluminum chloride. 321.448 Halogenation Incorporation of one of the halogen elements into a chemical compound. 321.451 Hydration The process of absorption or comination of water with another substance. MARCH PAGE III - 9 broved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (Continued) 321.454 Hydrogenation Chemical reactions involving addition of hydrogen present as a gas, to a substance, in the presence of a catalyst. For hydrogen, see 617.720. 321.457 Hydrolysis A chemical reaction in which water acts upon another substance to form one or more entirely new substances. 321.458 Irradiation and Tracer Techniques (Sept 62) 321.460 Isomerization Process for converting hydrocarbons or other organic compounds into isomeric forms, e.g., conversion of butane to isobutane. 321.463 Neutralization The interaction of an acid and a base with the formation of a salt. 321.466 Nitrification To combine or impregnate with nitrogen or a nitrogen compound, e.g., nitric acid. For nitrogen, see 617.715. 321.469 Oxidation The addition of oxygen to a compound; more generally, any reaction which involves the loss of electrons from an atom. For oxygen, see 617.710. 321.472 Polymerization The combination of several molecules to form a more complex molecule having the same empirical formula as the simpler ones. For polymers, see 321.920. 321.473 Precipitation (May 62) The formation of an insoluble solid by a reaction which takes place in a solution. It is widely employed for the separation and identification of substances in chemical processes and analyses. 321.475 Pyrolysis The decomposition of a substance by heat. 321.478 Reduction Any process in which an electron is added to an atom or an ion. 321.481 Sulfonation The process of forming sulfonic acid by the action of concentrated sulfuric acid on aliphatic or aromatic compounds. For sulfuric acid, see 617.100. 321.900 MISCELLANEOUS FIELDS OF CHEMICAL RESEARCH INTEREST (Nov 61) 321.910 Aerosols (Nov 61) For chemical warfare aerial dissemination devices, see 686.450; biological warfare aerial dissemination devices, 685.240. 321.920 Macromolecular Chemistry (Nov 61) Including polymer chemistry. For polymerization, see 321.472; synthetic resins and plastics, 619.100. 323.000 Geophysics The science concerned with the physical characteristics and properties of the earth. It makes use of data available in geodesy, seismology, meteorology, and oceanography, as well as that relating to atmospheric electricity, terrestrial magnetism, and tidal phenomena. For geophysical instruments, see 646.000. 323.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 323.200 GEOPHYSICAL EXPEDITIONS Area Rule, if to foreign area: Primary Area is country sending expedition; Secondary Area is location of expedition. 323.300 SEISMOLOGY The science of earthquakes and attendant phenomena. Enter here information on earthquake occurrences, causes, distribution, intensity, types, etc. For earthquakes as a disaster, see 274.150. 323.305 Seismological Stations (Oct 65) 323.310 Detection of Nuclear Explosions by Seismic Means (Nov 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country detecting nuclear explosion; Secondary Area is country whose explosion is detected. For meteorologic detection, see 327.421; civilian defense radiation detection, 155.131; military radiation detection, 744.031; atmospheric radioactivity, 327.360. 323.400 GEOCHEMISTRY The chemistry of the earth's crust. 323.500 TERRESTRIAL ENERGETICS AND THER- MODYNAMICS Earth heat and temperature. For geothermological instruments, see 646.900. PAGE III - 10 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150b 4 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Geophysics (Continued) 323.600 TERRESTRIAL ELECTRICITY, EARTH CURRENTS Including radioactivity in the ground or soil. For geoelectric instruments, see 646.900. 323.700 TERRESTRIAL MAGNETISM; GEOMAGNETISM The magnetic properties exhibited within, on, and outside the earth's surface. For the physical study of magnetism, see 319.485; geomagnetic instruments, 646.900. 323.710 Geomagnetic Stations 323.800 TERRESTRIAL GRAVITY Measurement and study of the earth's gravitational force. For gravimetric surveying, see 333.714; effect of gravity on bodies, 379.705; gravimetric instruments, 646.900. 323.810 Gravimetric Stations 325.000 Geology The science which investigates the history of the earth's crust. It deals with the compositions, arrangement, and origins of the rocks and minerals of the earth's crust and with the processes involved in the evolution of its present structure. For geological instruments, see 646.200. 325.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 325.200 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY: STRUCTURAL AND DYNAMIC GEOLOGY Treats of the form, arrangement, and internal structure of the rocks, and the causes and processes of geological change. 325.210 Internal Geodynamics Including volcanoes; extrusions; eruptions; intrusions; fumaroles; geysers; hot springs; tectonic processes and phenomena; dynamic, chemical, and thermal rock changes, etc. For volcanoes as a disaster, see 274.150. 325.220 External Geodynamics Including sedimentation, deposition, stratif- ication, erosion, denudation, weathering, etc. For natural factors affecting agriculture, see 419.700. 325.300 HISTORICAL GEOLOGY, STRATIG- RAPHY, PALEONTOLOGY The sciences which deal with the succession and chronology of stratified rocks, with the life of past ages and the evolutionary changes as recorded by fossil animals and plants, and with the successive changes in land and sea distribution. 325.400 PETROLOGY, PETROGRAPHY, LITHOLOGY The sciences which deal with rocks, including their causes of formation, present conditions, chemical and mineral compositions, alteration and decay, systematic description, etc. 325.500 ECONOMIC GEOLOGY, MINERALOGY Mineralogy: the scientific study of minerals. Economic geology; the study of geological materials of practical utility. For metals and minerals, see 621.000-623.990; petroleum, 628.200. 325.510 Exploration and Prospecting Area Rule for exploration or prospecting in foreign area: Primary Area is country doing exploration or prospecting; Secondary Area is location of exploration or prospecting. For prospecting for specific minerals, combine subject modifier 020 with the appropriate minerals in Chapter Vt. For geophysical prospecting instruments, see 646.500. 325.511 Mechanical Methods Including drilling, coring, etc. 325.512 Physical Methods Including optical, thermal, seismic, gravimetric, radiation measurements, etc. 325.513 Chemical Methods Including soil and gas analysis, etc. 327.000 Meteorology For astronautics, see 385.000; meteorological instruments, 646.100. 327.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245; weather stations, 327.410. 327.200 ELEMENTS, STRUCTURE, AND PHYSICS OF THE ATMOSPHERE 327.205 Wind 327.210 Humidity 327.215 Evaporation and Condensation 327.220 Clouds, Fog, Mist 327.225 Precipitation 327.230 Temperature 327.235 Atmospheric Pressure 327.240 Physical Properties and Composition of the Atmosphere Including chemical composition, impurities, structure of the tropo-, strato-, ionosphere, etc. For air pollution and smog control, see 271.295; aerosols, 321.9 7 0. MARCH 1967 PAGE III - 11 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Meteorology (Continued) 327.245 Mechanics and Thermodynamics of the Atmosphere Including heating and cooling, etc. 327.250 General Circulation of the Atmosphere 327.255 Atmosphere Disturbances Including depressions, tornadoes, storms, etc. For violent storms as a disaster, see 274.150. 327.260 Solar and Terrestrial Radiation Heat and light radiation from the sun and heat loss by the earth through radiation to the sky. 327.300 ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA AND INFLUENCES 327.310 Cosmic Influences (Solar, Planetary, etc.) 327.320 Visibility 327.330 Optical Phenomena (Mirages, Rainbows, etc.) 327.340 Electrical Phenomena (Lightning, Aurora, etc.) 327.341 Effect of Weather on Radio Wave Propagation For other aspects of radio wave propagation, see 371.322. 327.342 Electromagnetic Phenomena (May 63) Including whistlers, radio noise. 327.345 Ionization of the Atmosphere by Fast Moving Objects Including meteors, guided missiles, spacecraft, 327.520 etc. 327.530 327.350 Acoustic Phenomena (Thunder, etc.) 327 3 327 540 . 60 Atmospheric Radioactivity . For cosmic rays, see 319.475; terrestrial electricity, earth currents, 323.600; effect of nuclear explosions on radio-wave propagation, 371.323; radioactivity in sea water, 329.210; radioactivity in fresh water, 331.311. 327.361 Radioactive Fallout (Feb 61) 327.400 PRACTICAL METEOROLOGY 327.410 Weather Stations or Observatories Includingautomatic and manned; automatic picture transmission station (APT) For civil airfield meteorological facilities, see 567.170; military airfield meteorological facilities, 791.240. 327.420 Observation and Computing Methods 327.421 Detection of Nuclear Explosions by Radioactivity in the Atmosphere or by Electromagnetic Disturbances (Radio Blackout) Area Rule: Primary Area is country detecting nuclear explosion, Secondary Area is country whose explosion is detected. For atmospheric radioactivity, see 327.360; seismic detection, 323.370; civilian defense radiation detection, 155.731; military radiation detection, 744.031; atmospheric detection facilities, 327.100. 327.422 Atmospheric Sampling (Actual or Techniques) (Feb 64) 327.430 Weather Forecasting 327.440 Weather Maps and Charts 327.450 Meteorological Expeditions Area Rule, if to foreign area: Primary Area is country sending expedition; Secondary Area is location of expedition. 327.500 CLIMATE, WEATHER For natural factors affecting agriculture, see 419.700. 327.510 Climatic Conditions Index here information on any of the following factors for particular places: temperature and humidity, direction and velocity of winds, and amounts of cloud, sunshine, and rainfall; average figures or figures over a specified time period. Influence of Climate on Living Conditions Influence of Climate on Military Operations For military geography, see 333.600. Man's Influence on Climate and Weather Control Including effect of nuclear explosions, shelter belts, cloud seeding, etc. 329.000 Oceanography For oceanographic animal life, see 347.000; oceanographic plant life, 345.000; oceanological instruments, 646.400; marine charts, 333.733. 329.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES Including fisheries research organizations. For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 329.200 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SEA WATER Including density, temperature, transparency, luminosity, buoyancy, color, etc. 329.210 Radioactivity (May 62) PAGE III - 12 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003001500O1 lCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Oceanography (Continued) 329.220 Acoustics (of Sea Water) (Feb 64) 329.300 CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF SEA WATER Including composition, salinity, etc. 329.400 Dynamics 329.410 Waves, Swells, and Surf 329.420 Currents 329.430 Tides 329.500 SEA ICE, FLOATING ICE ISLANDS Far glaciology, see 333.310; snow and glacial melt, 331.350. 329.600 SUBMARINE RELIEF, OCEAN FLOOR TOPOGRAPHY 329.650 MARINE BIOLOGY (Nov 61) 329.700 OCEANOGRAPHIC EXPEDITIONS Area Rule, if to foreign area: Primary Area is country sending expedition; Secondary Area is location of expedition. For oceanographic surveying, see 333.712. 329.750 UNDERWATER (SUBMARINE) ENVIRONMENT FOR MAN (Oct 65) 331.000 Hydrology, Hydrography The science treating of water, its properties, phenomena, and distribution over the earth's surface. For hydrographic surveying, see 333.712; hydrological instruments, 646.900; water control and supply, 271.330. 331.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 331.200 UNDERGROUND WATER Including properties, character, source, and mode of occurrence. 331.300 SURFACE WATER, EXCEPT SEA WATER Including lakes, rivers, streams, ponds, canals, etc. For oceanography, see 329.000; physical geography aspects, 333.320. 331.310 Physical and Chemical Properties 331.311 Radioactivity (May 62) 331.312 Acoustics (of Fresh Water) (Feb 64) 331.320 Dynamics 331.321 Floods For floods as a disaster, see 274.150. 331.322 Waves and Seiches 331.323 Tides 331.330 River, Canal, and Waterway Studies, General For location and extent of river systems, see 333.320. 331.340 Fresh Water Ice 331.350 Snow and Glacial Melt For glaciology, see 333.310. 331.400 FRESH WATER BIOLOGY (Nov 61) 333.000 Geography and Cartography Geography is the study of the location and distribution of physical and cultural features and their areal interrelationships. Cartography is the art and science of portraying by graphic means mappable data oriented to the earth's surface. 333.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245; surveying and mapping agencies, 333.701. 333.200 GENERAL AREAL DESCRIPTION 333.210 Geographic Expeditions and Explorations Area Rule, if to foreign area: Primary Area is country sending expedition; Secondary Area is location of expedition. For geophysical expeditions, see 323.200; oceanographic expeditions, 329.700. 333.220 Regional Intelligence Studies, Travel Narratives, and Trip Reports Reporting on geographic and/or economic features observed during official or pleasure travel. 333.230 Guide Books and Informal Reports of a Guide-Book Type 333.300 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY For climate, see 327.500; dynamics as an aspect of oceanography, 329.400; geomagnetic stations, 323.710; grovimetric stations, 323.810; sea ice, 329.500. 333.310 Geomorphology Including physiography, glaciology, land forms, relief features, etc. For physical geology, see 325.200 section. 333.311 Bad Lands, Bays and Basins (Inland), Cliffs (May 66) 333.312 Plains, Steppes, Lowlands, Plateaus (May 66) PAGE III - 13 MARCHA oved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Geography and Cartography (Continued) 333.313 Mountains and Mountain Ranges, Hills, Ridges, Volcanoes (May 66) For volcanoes-internal geodynamics, see 325.210. 333.314 Valleys, Ravines, Canyons, Gorges, Mountain Passes (May 66) 333.315 Glaciers, Ice, and Snow (May 66) For the hydrology of ice and snow, see 331.340 and 331.350. 333.316 Deserts, Oases (May 66) 333.317 Sandbars, Sand Dunes, Rocks, Lava (May 66) 333.318 Caves and Caverns, Pot Holes (May 66) 333.320 Drainage Systems Including location and extent of river systems, lakes, marshes, and bogs, etc. For river, canal, and waterway studies, see 331.330; sources of potable wafer, 271.335. 333.330 Soil and Subsoil Types Including permafrost. For irrigation, reclamation, and drainage, see 421.250; soil conservation, 421.200; snow, ice, and soil mechanics, 363.368; soil science, 349.210. 333.340 Vegetation For ecology, see 345.400; forestry, 349.500; forestry practices, 427.000. 333.341 Native Vegetative Cover Forests, woodland and trees, tundra, scrub growth, grasslands 333.342 Edible Plants 333.343 Poisonous Plants For toxicology, see 355.490. 333.344 Medicinal Plants (Mar. 66) For commercial products, see 619.200 et seq.; pharmacognoscy, 343.600. 333.350 Fauna For ecology, see 347.500. 333.351 Edible Animals, Wild and Domestic Including fish, birds, reptiles, and insects. For fishing and the economy, see 429.000; hunting and trapping, 403.600. 333.352 Predatory Animals, Poisonous Insects, Reptiles, etc. 333.360 Coastal Analysis (May 66) Area from 5-fathom mark to the beach and inland to a distance of 50 miles. 333.361 Capes, Peninsulas, and Points (May 66) 333.362 Deltas, Lowlands, Coastal Plains, Marshes, Swamps (May 66) 333.363 Mountains and Mountain Ranges, Highlands, Hills, Cliffs, and Bluff May 66) 333.364 Rivers, Channels, Straits, Gulfs (May 66) 333.365 Glaciers, Ice, and Snow (May 66) For geomorphology of glaciers or glaciology, see 333.315. 333.366 Bays, Coves, Inlets, Fiords, and Lagoons (May 66) 333.367 Beaches, Sandbars, and Sanddunes (May 66) 333.368 Islands, Reefs, Rocks, Caves, and Caverns (May 66) For inland coves, see 333.318. 333.369 Seas, Surf and Waves, Flood and Tidal Waves, Tidal Races (May 66) 333.400 POLITICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY For social and cultural structure and institutions, e.g., customs, religion, education, health, etc., see Chapter 11. 333.410 International Boundaries and Internal Divisions Area Rule for international boundaries: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 333.420 Cities, Towns, Urban Areas For city plans, port plans, see 333.732. 333.421 Urban Street Scenes (May 66) 333.430 Settlement Patterns, Other than Urban Including location of agricultural activities, recreation camps, and other facilities, extent of tribal lands, areas of nomad migration, etc. For agriculture and the economy, see 419.000. 333.440 Geographic Place Names 333.500 ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY For specific aspects of economic geography, e.g., distribution of minerals, location of deposits, etc., see the appropriate commodities and subject modifiers in Chapter Vl. For distribution and regional interdependence of industry see 471.321; transportation system, Chapter V. 333.600 MILITARY GEOGRAPHY Geography as related to military operations, strategy, and tactics. For armed forces, see Chapter Vll; hostilities, 720.000-726.400; influence of climate on military operations, 327.530; snow, ice, and soil mechanics, 363.368. PAGE III - 14 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 SO0991 R000300150081+41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Geography and Cartography (Continued) 333.713 Aerial Photographic Surveys and 333.610 Terrain Analysis Including trafficability, vegetation cover, etc. For physical geography of terrain, see Surveying Techniques For photo interpretation, see 159.320: for aerial surveying done by other than conventional aircraft, see 333.716. 333.310 section. 333.714 Geodetic and Gravimetric Surveys and Surveying Techniques 333.620 Coasts and Landing Beaches k f h 5 f h l d h 333.715 Infrared Recognition and Detection om mar rom t e - at Inc u ing t e area a distance of 50 d i l d t t th b h Surveys and Surveying Techniques (Feb 61) an n an o o e eac miles. For physical geography of coastal areas, 310 section see 333 333.716 Unconventional Surveys and Surveying Techniques (Sept. 62) Including use of space vehicles. . . 333.720 Cartography, Mapping Area Rule: all countries or bodies of water whose routes are involved are Primary Areas. 333.721 Photogrammetry The process of making maps from photographs, especially aerial photographs. 333.640 Escape and Evasion 333.722 Map Signs and Symbols Including evasion and escape studies as well as actual escape routes used by 333.723 Map Specifications military and non-military personnel. Also 333.724 Cartographic Handbooks and Manuals includes refugee escapes. Area Rule: all countries or bodies of water 333.730 Maps and Charts 333.731 Maps, Special Subject and Series whose routes are involved are Primary Areas. For evasion, escape, and survival tactics and operations, see 744.110; evasion, 333.732 City Plans, Port Plans 333.733 Marine Charts and Oceanographic Maps escape, and survival training, 770.700. 333.734 Aeronautical Charts 333.650 Survival Data and Techniques 333.735 Atlases, Gazetteers, Glossaries 333.660 Infiltration and Exfiltration (Land or Water) Routes (July 66) Area Rule: all countries or bodies of water whose routes are involved are Primary Areas. 333.736 Map Catalogs 333.737 Map Reproduction 333.738 Classification and Control of Maps 333.700 CARTOGRAPHY; SURVEYING; GEODESY For surveying and mapping equipment, see 651.050. 333.701 Organizations and Facilities (Feb 61) For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 333.710 Surveys, Surveying, and Surveying Techniques Area Rule, for surveying in foreign area: Primary Area is country being surveyed; Secondary Area is country doing surveying. 333.711 Ground Surveys and Surveying Techniques Including bench marks, trigonometric points, towers supporting geodetic instruments. 333.712 Hydrographic Surveys and Surveying Techniques 333.740 Mapping Programs C. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 343.000 Biology For agricultural and forestry sciences, see 349.000; plant and animal products, 601.000- 612.290; vegetation and fauna as an aspect of physical geography, 333.340, 333.350; marine biology, 329.650; fresh water biology, 331.400. 343.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 343.200 GENETICS, DEVELOPMENT OF ORGAN- ISMS, HEREDITY, EVOLUTION Including Mendelism, Lysenko theory, mutation, variation, segregation, etc. For animal physiology, see 347.200, 347.300; plant physiology, 345.200. MARCHApproved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE III - 15 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Biology (Continued) 343.210 Plants 343.220 Animals 343.300 MICROBIOLOGY, BACTERIOLOGY, PARA- SITOLOGY For agricultural and industrial microorganisms and enzymes, see 619.975; biological warfare agents, 685.100. 343.305 Contamination by Microorganisms (May 63) 343.310 Bacteria Including eubacteriales, e.g., cocci, spirilli rods, actinomycetes, spirochaetes, virus, etc. 343.321 Plant Parasites Including pathogenic bacteria, fungi, mistletoe, some seed plants, etc. 343.322 Animal Parasites Parasites living on animals. 343.330 Sterilization (Jan. 67) To render equipment and materiel free, by chemical or other means, of contaminating living cells or microorganisms. Including gnotobiology (germ free biology). For sterilization as a means of population control, see 255.541. 343.400 FOOD TECHNOLOGY For food sanitation, see 271.320; processed animal products, 606.000; processed plant products, 605.000; water purification, 271.340. 343.410 Canning 343.420 Drying and Dehydration 343.430 Use of Chemicals Including spice. 343.440 Freezing 343.450 Fermentation 343.460 Useof Ionizing Radiation (Irradiation) For effects of radiation on humans, see 347.280; effects of radiation on plants, 345.245. 343.500 ASTROBIOLOGY A branch of biology concerned with the discovery or study of life on planets. For astronautics, see 385.000; astrophysics, 317.400; planets, 317.500. 343.600 PHARMACOGNOSCY (Feb. 64) The study of natural plant and animal products with attention to sources of drugs. 345.000 Botany For plant products, see 607.000 et seq.; vegetation as an aspect of physical geography, 333.340. 345.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 345.200 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND METABOLISM For animal physiology, see 347.200 and 347.300; plant genetics, 343.210. 345.205 Absorption, Circulation, Exudation of Fluids Including circulation of sap, transpiration, evaporation, etc. 345.210 Catabolism, Respiration 345.215 Assimilation, Nutrition, Metabolism Including carbon assimilation, photosynthesis, reserves, secretion and excretion, metabiosis, etc. 345.220 Development, Germination Including growth and regeneration, degeneration, withering, leaf fall, etc. 345.225 Reproduction; Parthenogenesis Including sexual, i.e., reduction, division, pollination; vegetative, i.e., budding, cuttings, grafts. 345.230 Cell and Tissue Physiology 345.235 Movement, Sensibility, Response to Stimuli Including tropisms, tactisms, nastic movements, etc. 345.240 Chemistry Including composition, phytochemistry. 345.245 Radiation Effects, Radioactive Tracer Techniques For use of radiation in food preservation, see 343.460. 345.300 MORPHOLOGY The science of form and structure of plants as distinct from consideration of functions. 345.400 ECOLOGY The relationship between plants and their surroundings. 345.500 PLANT DISEASES, INJURIES, AND MALFORMATIONS For biological warfare agents, see 685.100; plant disease incidence, 425.100. PAGE III - 16 Approved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003001 My41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Botany (Continued) 345.510 Cereal Diseases 345.511 Wheat 345.512 Rye 345.513 Barley 345.514 Oats 345.515 Rice 345.519 Other 345.520 Fiber Crop Diseases 345.590 Other 345.600 DISEASE CONTROL AND ERADICATION For disease control measures, see 425.110. 345.700 PLANTS, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED; PLANTS OF LITTLE OR NO ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE Including algae, seaweed, non-parasitic fungi, mosses, etc. For bacteria, see 343.310; parasites, 343.320; plants of economic importance, 601.000; vegetation as an aspect of physical geography, 333.340. 345.900 OTHER 347.000 Zoology For animal products, see 603.000; fauna as an aspect of physical geography, 333.350; veterinary medicine, 357.000. 347.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES 347.200 347.270 Nervous System, Reflexes Including sensory perception, receptors, tropisms, bioelectric phenomena. 347.280 Radiation Effects, Radioactive Tracer Techniques For use of radiation in flood preservation, see 343.460. 347.300 PHYSIOLOGY OF ANIMALS OTHER THAN HUMANS 347.400 ANATOMY, MORPHOLOGY The science of form and structure of animals as distinct from consideration of functions. 347.500 ECOLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS The relationship between animals and their surroundings. For influence of climate on living conditions, see 327.520; physiological and psychological aspects of space and underwater medicine, 355.200 section. 347.510 Effects of Light and Heat 347.520 Effects of Sound 347.600 ANIMALS, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED; ANIMALS OF LITTLE OR NO ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE For international scientific organizations and conferences, see 183.245. HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 347.700 For genetics, see 343.200. 347.900 347 210 349 000 . Blood, Circulation, Hemolymph . 347.220 Nutrition, Inanition, Digestion, Metabolism Including growth, body weight and size, senescence, length of life, death. 347.230 Secretion, Gland Function, Lymph Including internal secretion; hormones, excretion, e.g., urine, faeces, etc. 34 349 100 7.240 Reproduction, Gestation, Biogenesis, Abioparthenogenesis, Hermaphroditism, etc. Including regeneration and repair. . 349 200 347.250 Cell and Tissue Physiology . 347.260 Movement, Locomotion, Skeletal Mechanics Including muscle physiology, skin physiology, color, etc. Including protozoa, coelenterate, worms, spiders, scorpions, etc. For animals of economic importance, see 603.000; fauna as an aspect of physical geography, 333.350; parasites, 343.320. INSECT AND ANIMAL VECTORS OF DISEASES (May 66) OTHER Agricultural and Forestry Sciences For research and other aspects of agricultural products, combine the appropriate subject modifiers preceding Chapter VI with agricultural products, 601.000 et seq. For agricultural conditions, systems, practices, and techniques, see 419.000 et seq.; biology, 343.000; botany, 345.000; zoology, 347.000. ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international agricultural organizations and conferences, see 183.005. AGRONOMY The art and science of field crop production and soil management. For farming methods, see 427.000; field crops, 601.000. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE III - 1"7 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Agricultural and Forestry Sciences (Continued) 349.210 Soil Science Including soil physics, chemistry, bacteriology, etc. For soil mechanics, see 363.368; soil and subsoil types, 333.330. 349.300 HORTICULTURE The art or science of growing fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental plants. For farming methods, see 421.000; fruits, nuts, and berries, 601.300; vegetables, garden crops, ornamental flowers, 601.200. 349.400 ANIMAL HUSBANDRY The art or science of animal care, breeding, judging, and production, For animal care and breeding practices, see 423.000; live animals, 603.000; veterinary medicine, 357.000. 349.500 FORESTRY, SILVICULTURE The art or science of farming, caring for, or cultivating forests. For forestry practices, see 427.000; forest products, 609.000. MEDICAL SCIENCES 355.000 Medicine For health, hygiene, and sanitation (including disease incidence and control measures, medical facilities, medical aid, availability of supplies and personnel, etc.), see 271.000; human physiology, 347.200; medical education, 236.231;. medical equipment, 645.000; microbiology, 343.300; psychology, 245.300; zoology, 347.000. 355.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international medical organizations and conferences, see 183.285. 355.200 MILITARY, SPACE, AND UNDERWATER MEDICINE The study, prevention, cure, or alleviation of diseases or other bodily ailmentsarising from conditions encountered in or brought on by aviation, space flight, and naval or army service. For specific disease research, see 355.600; Arctic medicine, 355.320; protective, survival, and subsistence equipment, 691.000 et seq.; military medical care, 752.100; military hospitals, 271.200; therapeutics, 355.800; tropic and desert medicine, 355.495. 355.205 Physiological Aspects of Military Medicine in General ;Feb. 64) 355.207 Psychological Aspects of Military Medicine in General (Feb. 64) 355.210 Army Medicine 355.211 Physiological Aspects of Army Service Including body's ability to withstand extreme climatic conditions. 355.212 Psychological Aspects of Army Service Including battle fatigue, mind's ability to cope with monotony of isolated stations, etc. 355.220 Naval Medicine 355.221 Physiological Aspects of Naval Service Including body's ability to withstand confining life on a submarine, etc. 355.222 Psychological Aspects of Naval Service Including mind's ability to cope with monotony of shipboard life, etc. 355.230 Aeromedicine The branch of aviation medicine concerned with diseases incident to flight in the atmosphere as distinguished from space medicine. For aircraft cabin conditioning, oxygen, and escape equipment, see 657.765, 657.785, 657.825; flying suits, 691.140; parachutes, 691.800. 355.231 Physiological Aspects of Flight Including body's ability to withstand air pressure, G forces, etc. 355.232 Psychological Aspects of Flight Including fear of flying, disorientation, etc. 355.240 Space Medicine For astronautic human engineering, see 385.200; astronautics, 385.000; astrophysical instruments, 647.000; space medicine devices, 645.110. 355.241 Physiological Aspects of Space Flight Including body's ability to withstand takeoff noise and acceleration, aerodynamic heat, fuel and metal toxicology, ultraviolet and cosmic radiation, diet and other survival aspects of space flights, etc. 355.242 Psychological Aspects of Space Flight Including weightlessness, disorientation, extended deathly silence, prolonged confinement, monotony, etc. 355.243 Experiments With Animals and Plants (Feb. 61) 355.250 Underwater (Submarine) Medicine (Oct. 65) MARCH 1967 PAGE III - 18 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Medicine (Continued) 355.370 Gastroenterology 355.251 Physiological Aspects of Underwater The study of the stomach and intestines and Medicine (Oct 65) their diseases. 355.252 Psychological Aspects of Underwater 355.375 Geriatrics Medicine (Oct 65) The study of the problems and diseases of . old age. 355.300 MEDICAL SPECIALTIES AND SCIENCES, BRANCHES OF MEDICINE The primary emphasis in this section is on basic medical research; for the more clinical aspects 355.380 Hematology The study of the morphology of the blood and blood forming tissues. 355.600 and see diseases of medicine 381 355 High Altitude Medicine (Oct. 65) the , , rapeutics, 355.800. . Effect of rarefied atmosphere at high For human physiology, see 347.200; microbiology, altitudes on earth. 34 3.300; psychology, 245.300. 355.385 Histology 355.305 Allergy The branch of anatomy which deals with 355.310 Anatomy the minute structure, composition and function of the tissues. 355.315 Anesthesiology For anesthetics, see 619.230. 355.390 Immunology and Immunochemistry Immunochemistry deals with the substances 355.320 Arctic Medicine and reactions concerned in immunity. 355.325 Biochemistry Chemistry that deals with chemical processes and compounds occurring in living organisms. For hormones, see 619.222; vitamins, 619.285. 355.395 Internal Medicine For specific aspects of internal medicine, see cardiovascular, endocrinology, and gastroenterology. 355.330 Biophysics sics of vital processes. The h 355.400 Industrial Practice and Preventative Medicine y p 355.405 Neurology and Neuroanatomy 355.335 Cardiovascular of the heart and blood vessels The stud The study of the nervous system and its diseases. y and their diseases. 355.410 Nursing 355.415 Nutrition 355.340 Cybernetics The science of communication and control 355.420 Obstetrics and Gynecology in the animal and in the machine. 355.425 Ophthalmology 355.345 Cytology The study of the eye and its diseases. The scientific study of cells, their structure and functions, and disease diagnosis through cell study. 355.426 Orthopedics (Oct. 65) The study of the preservation and restoration of the function of the skeletal system. 355.350 Dentistry 355.430 Pathology 355.355 Dermatology The study of skin and skin diseases. The nature and cause of disease and the conditions of an organ or fluid produced by disease. 355.360 Electrophysiology The science of physiology in its relations to 355.435 Pediatrics electricity; the study of electric reactions of the body in health. 355.440 Pharmacology The study of drugs in all their aspects. 355.365 Endocrinology The study of the internal secretion. For drugs and pharmaceuticals, see 619.200; pharmacognosy, 343.600. 355.366 Forensic Medicine (Oct. 65) The relationship of medical aspects to legal problems. 355.445 Physical Medicine Treatment of disease by physical and mechanical means, by massage, electricity, etc. MARCH 7 PAGE III - 19 A1 ~~roved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Medicine (Continued) 355.450 Proctology The-study of the rectum and its diseases. 355.455 Psychiatry For psychological aspects of military, space, and underwater medicine, see 355.200; all other aspects of psychology, 245.300. 355.460 Public Health For health, hygiene, sanitation, see 271.000. 355.465 Pulmonary Diseases (Lungs) 355.470 Radiology and Roentgenology (X-rays and Radioactive Substances) 355.475 Surgery 355.477 Neurological Surgery 355.479 Orthopedic Surgery 355.481 Plastic Surgery 355.483 Thoracic Surgery (Chest) 355.485 Tissue and Organ Transplants 355.490 Toxicology The scientific study of poisons, their actions, their detection, and the treatment of the conditions produced by them. 355.495 Tropical and Desert Medicine 355.500 Urology The study of the genito-urinary tract and its diseases. 355.505 Virology Virus and virus diseases. 355.590 Other 355.600 HUMAN DISEASES, INJURIES, CAUSES OF DEATH For human disease incidence, see 271.070; therapeutics, 355.800. 355.605 Infective and Parasitic Diseases Generally; Diseases Primarily Causedby Specific Infection Some infectious diseases, e.g., pneumonia, are entered under diseases of the various organs, such as diseases of the respiratory system, 355.685. 355.610 Infectious Diseases Commonly Arising in Intestinal Tract Including amoebiasis and other protozoal dysentery, bacillary dysentery (all forms), brucellosis (undulant fever), cholera, food poisoning (infection and intoxication), typhoid and paratyphoid fever, other salmonella infections, unspecified forms of dysentery. 355.620 Other Bacterial Diseases Including anthrax, bacterial toxemia, diphtheria, erysipelas, gas gangrene, glanders, leprosy, leptospirosis ictero- hemorrhagica (Weil's disease), meliodosis, meningococcal infections, plague, relapsing fever, scarlet fever and streptococcal sore throat, septicemia and pyemia, tetanus, tuberculosis (all forms), tularemia, veneral diseases, Vincent's infection, whooping cough, yaws, other bacterial diseases, including other spirochetal and leptospirochetal infections, not elsewhere classified. 355.630 Diseases Attributable to Viruses Including dengue, glandular fever (infectious mononucleosis), hemorrhagic fevers, herpes zoster, infectious encephalitis and late effects, infectious hepatitis, influenza, measles and German measles, mumps, poliomyelitis and late effects, psittacosis and ornithosis, rabies, sandfly fever, smallpox, trachoma, yellow fever, other diseases attributable to viruses. 355.640 Rickettsial Diseases Including Brill's disease, flea-borne endemic typhus (murine), louse-borne epidemic typhus, mite-borne typhus, Q fever, rickettsial pox, tick-borne typhus, other rickettsial diseases, other typhus. 355.650 Other Infective and Parasitic Diseases Including actinomycosis, ankylostomiasis, coccidioidomycosis, dermatophytosis, filariasis, hydatid diseases, Leishmaniasis, malaria (all forms), pediculosis, scabies, schistosomiasis, trichiniasis, tryponosomiasis, infestation with worms of other mixed and unspecified types, other arthropod infestation and infective and parasitic diseases, other cestode infestation, other fungus infections, other protozoal diseases, other trematode infestation. 355.655 Neoplasms A new and abnormal growth. Including cancers, leukemia, tumors, etc. 355.660 Allergic, Endocrine Systems, Metabolic, and Nutritional Diseases Including asthma, beri beri, goiter, gout, hay fever, pellagra, rickets, scurvy, etc. 355.665 Diseases of the Blood and Blood- Forming Organs Including agranulocytosis, anemias, hemo- philia, polycythemia, purpura, etc. PAGE III - 20 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015~! 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Medicine (Continued) 355.670 Mental, Psychoneurotic, and Personality Disorders Including psychoses; psychoneurotic disorders; and disorders of character, behavior, and intelligence, e.g., alcoholism, drug addiction, mental deficiency, pathological personality, etc. For alcoholism and drug addiction as social problems, see 277.200, 277.300. 355.675 Diseases of the Nervous System and Sense Organs Including cerebral hemorrhage and clots; cerebral paralysis; diseases of the ear and mastoid process; encephalitis, myelitis, and encephalomyelitis; epilepsy; eye diseases, e.g., cataract, glaucoma, blindness; intracranial and intraspinal abscess; meningitis, except meningococcal and tuberculosis; migraine; multiple sclerosis; neuralgia; neuritis; phlebitis and thrombophlebitis of intracranial venous sinuses; sciatica. 355.680 Diseases of the Circulatory System Including diseases of the arteries and veins, e.g., gangrene of unspecified cause, varicose veins, elephantiasis; heart diseases; hemorrhoids; hypertensive disease; phlebitis and thrombophlebitis of the lower extremities and other sites except intracranial venous sinuses; rheumatic fever. 355.685 Diseases of the Respiratory System Including common cold, bronchitis, laryngitis, pleurisy, pneumonia, sinusitis, tonsilitis. 355.690 Diseases of the Digestive System Including abdominal hernia, appendicitis, cirrhosis of the liver; colitis and gastroenteritis; dental cavities and abscesses; diseases of the salivary glands, gastritis and duodenitis, peritonitis, stomatitis, ulcer of the stomach and duodenum. 355.695 Diseases of the Genito-Urinary System Including diseases of breast, ovary, fallopian tube, and parametrium; diseases of the male genital organs; diseases of uterus and other female genital organs; nephritis and nephrosis. 355.700 Diseases of the Skin and Cellular Tissues Including boils, eczema, impetigo, psoriasis. 355.705 Diseases of the Bones and Organs of Movement Including arthritis and rheumatism, clubfoot, osteomyelitis. 355.710 Maternal Complications, Congenital Malformations, and Diseases of Early Infancy Including abortion, cleft palate and harelip, diarrhea of newborn, monstrosity, pneumonia. 355.715 Senility and III-Defined Conditions Including headache, nervousness and debility, uremia. For migraine, see 355.675. 355.720 Accidents, Poisonings and Violence Including bends, burns, dislocations and sprains, effects of hunger and thirst, effects of weather, fractures, lacerations, motion sickness, radiation and war gas sickness, etc. For aeromedicine, army, navy, space, and underwater medicine, see 355.200. 355.722 Effects of Poisons 355.724 Wounds Inflicted by Weapons 355.726 Radiation Sickness 355.728 Effects of War Gases 355.800 THERAPEUTICS For specific diseases, see 355.600. 355.810 Surgery 355.811 Use of Frozen or Preserved Tissue (Eye, Bone, Skin, Organs, etc.) 355.812 Use of Prosthetic Devices (Heart, Valves, Eyes, Etc.) 355.820 Use of X-rays and Radioactive Substances For isotopes, including radioactive tracer isotopes, see 617.845; effects of radiation on humans, 347.280; X-ray equipment, 649.500. 355.830 Use of Drugs and Pharmaceuticals For drugs and pharmaceuticals, see 619.200. 355.831 Radiation Protection 355.840 Use of Physiotherapy Including massage; manipulation; application of heat, light, electricity, infrared radiation, etc. 355.850 First Aid 355.860 Therapeutic Measures Employed to Cure Mental, Psychoneurotic, and Personality Disorders Including psychoanalysis, electric shock, special drugs, etc. 355.900 OTHER (Feb. 61) 355.910 Medical Experiments on Human Beings (Feb. 61) 355.920 Medical Experiments on Animals Other Than Humans (Feb. 61) For space medicine experiments with animals and plants, see 355.243. MARCH 'Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE III - 21 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 357.000 Veterinary Medicine E. ENGINEERING For animal care and breeding practices, see 360.000 General (Sept. 62) 423.000; science of animal husbandry, 349.400. 357.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international medical organizations and conferences, see 183.285; international agricultural 361.000 For chemistry and chemical engineering, see 321.000; engineering training, 236.245. Human Engineering in General organizations and facilities, 183.005. 357.200 ANIMAL DISEASES (Aug. 64) For human engineering aeronautics see 369.520; see 425.200. For animal disease incidence in astronautics, 385.200. , 357.205 Anthrax 363.000 Civil Engineering Including charbon, splenic fever. The art of directing the sources of power in 357.210 Brucellosis nature for the use and convenience of man. Including contagious abortion, abortus, brucella. Including the design and construction of 357.215 Equine Encephalomyelitis roads, railways, bridges, canals, harbors, etc. 363.050 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES Including sleeping sickness, virus encephalitis. 357.220 Foot and Mouth Disease For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. Including aphtous fever, epizootic aphtae. 363.100 HIGHWAY ENGINEERING 357.225 Fowl Plague For automobile engineering, see 369.400; Including Asiatic fowl plague, Newcastle highway transportation system, 502.000-513.000. 357.230 disease, pseudo fowl plague. Fungal Toxicosis 363.110 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations 357.235 Including aspergillosis, stachybotrytoxicosis. Glanders and conferences, see 183.245. 363.150 RAILWAY ENGINEERING Including farcy, malleus. For locomotive engineering, see 369.300; 357.240 Hemosporidiosis railway transportation system, 517.000-527.000. Including anaplasmosis, nuttalosis, piroplas- mosis. 363.160 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations 357.245 Hog Cholera and conferences, see 183.245. 357.250 Including swine fever, swine plague. Infectious Equine Anemia 363.200 PORTS, HARBOR, AND BREAKWATER ENGINEERING Including recurrent fever, swamp fever. For inland ports, see 538.000; maritime ports, 551.000. 357.255 Leptospirosis Including swine herders' disease. 363.210 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations 357.260 Rabies and conferences, see 183.245. 357.265 Including hydrophobia, lyssa. Rinderpest 363.250 WATERWAY AND RECLAMATION ENGINEERING Including cattle plague, oriental rinderpest. For inland waterways, see 533.000; irrigation, 250; water control 421 draina e reclamation 357.275 Sheep Pox . g , , and conservation projects, 403.160; water control and supply system, 271.330. 357.280 Including contagious ecthyma, sore mouth. Tuberculosis 363.260 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations Including bovine tuberculosis. and conferences, see 183.245. 357.300 ANIMAL DISEASE THERAPEUTICS For specific animal diseases, see 357.200 et seq.; animal disease control measures, 425.210. 363.300 AIRPORT AND AIRFIELD ENGINEERING For military airfields, see 791.060; non-military airfields, 567.000. PAGE I11- 22 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150MRH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Civil Engineering (Continued) 363.310 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 363.350 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING For construction of specific industrial installations, combine subject modifier 032 preceding Chapter Vl with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For various structural materials, see Chapter VI; architecture, 239.100; construction, 403.100. 363.500 OTHER 363.510 Organizations and Facilities (Oct. 65) 365.000 Mining Engineering The excavation and working of mines and mechanical treatmet of ore. For metals and minerals, see 621.000-623.000; mining and quarrying machinery, 633.260. 365.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 363.360 Organizations and Facilities anizations or i i l i 367.000 Metallurgy g neer ng eng ona For internat and conferences, see 183.245. For metals and minerals, see 621.000-623.000. 362 363 es Brid 367.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES . g For highway bridge construction, see 506.300; highway bridges, 504.510; railway bridge construction, 521.300; railway For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 367.200 PHYSICAL METALLURGY 519.410. bridges , 367.210 Metal Phase Systems and Solid, Solid- 363.364 Testing Facilities and Structures wind tunnels, basins Including test chambers Liquid State, Liquid State Reactions , and tanks, etc. 367.220 Elasticity, Plasticity, Ductility 367.230 Creep and Stress Rupture 363.366 Other Structures and Buildings 367.240 Mechanical Properties 363.368 Snow, Ice, and Soil Mechanics For soil mechanic instruments, see 646.900. Including fracturing, fatigue, impact, tension, compression, shearing, hardness, magnetism 363.369 Radiation Protection (Feb. 64) n and engineering of structures resistant Desi and magnetic properties. h g to penetration of nuclear radiation and blast effects. 367.250 y Metallograp Structure and constitution of solid metals. For effect of non-nuclear weapons, see 367.260 Radiation Effects, Radioactive Tracer 373.300; effect of nuclear explosions, 381.300. Techniques 363.400 SANITARY AND PUBLIC HEALTH 367.300 METALLURGICAL ANALYSIS AND TESTING ENGINEERING Including the design and construction of water works, sewage systems, etc. For water control and supply system, see 271.330. 363.410 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 363.420 Desalting of Sea Water (Feb. 61) For desalting equipment, see 694.400. 363.450 HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING The design of hydraulic machinery, pumping plants, pipelines, etc. For pipelines, see 577.000-580.000; pumps, 631.100. For metallurgical testing and measuring machines, see 651.450. 367.310 Chemical, Physical, and Engineering Analysis of Metals and Alloys 367.320 Testing and Inspection of Metals and Alloys New or improved methods. For testing of specific metals, combine subject modifier 041 preceding Chapter Vl with the appropriate metals listed in 621.000 et seq. 367.400 METALLURGICAL PROCESSES For metallurgical and metal melting furnaces, see 633.095; metal working machinery, 631.300, for powder metallurgy, combine modifier 115 with 621.000 et seq. 460 363 Organizations and Facilities . 367.405 Casting For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 367.410 Forging or Pressing MARCH 19 PAGE III - 23 approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Metallurgy (Continued) 367.415 Rolling 367.420 Extrusion, Drawing, Cupping Including explosive forming of metals. 367.425 Cutting, Machining, and Finishing (Electrospark) 367.430 Extraction of Metals From Ores Including concentration, smelting, refining, electrochemical reduction, etc. 367.435 Welding, Brazing, Soldering, Riveting, Gluing 367.440 Heat Treatment Including tempering, annealing, quenching and surface hardening (carburizing and nitriding), cold working (peening). 367.445 Vacuum Melting 367.450 Plating (Feb. 61) 367.455 Alloying (July 66) 369.000 Mechanical Engineering The design and production of all purely mechanical contrivances, including all types of prime movers, vehicles, and general engineering products. 369.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 783.245. 369.200 POWER PLANT ENGINEERING The design, construction, and operation of internal combustion, jet, rocket, atomic, and other motorsand engines. For electrical engineering, see 371.000; engines, turbines, and auxiliary equipment, 631.010; transportation equipment engines and motors, 654.400, 655.100, 656.800, 657.400. 369.210 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 369.300 LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERING The design, construction, and operation of railway locomotives. For railway engineering, see 363.150; railway equipment, 655.000; railroad transportation, 517.000 et seq. 369.310 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 369.400 AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING The design, construction, and repair of all mechanically propelled road transport vehicles. For highway transportation system, see 502.000 et seq.; motor vehicles and components, 654.000. 369.410 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 369.500 AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING The design and construction of both heavier- than-air and lighter-than-air types of aircraft. For aerodynamics, see 319.770; aircraft and components, 657.000; astronautic vehicles, 662.000 et seq.; astronautics, 385.000; civil aviation, 560.000 et seq. 369.510 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 369.520 Human Engineering (Feb. 61) For astronautic vehicle human engineering, see 385.200. 369.600 MARINE AND SHIPBUILDING ENGINEERING The design, construction, operation, and maintenance of all types of ship propulsion machinery and apparatus and the design and equipping of ship hulls, floating docks, etc. For inland waterway transportation system, see 531.000 of seq.; merchant marine, 545.000 et seq.; ships, boats, seacraft, and components, 656.000. 369.610 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 369.700 PRODUCTION ENGINEERING The planning and processing of manufacturing operations carried out in the making of plant and equipment, the routing of components of construction through various stages of manufacture, the layout of tools and equipment in workshops, the design of special aids, e.g., fixtures and jigs to facilitate and expedite manufacturing operations, and the economic application of mechanical handling apparatus, such as cranes, conveyers, etc., to increase production. For production management, see 435.200. 369.710 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 369.720 Automation For automation as an industrial practice or technique, see 437.000; automation equipment, 631.560. For automation of specific industries, combine subject modifier 028 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. PAGE III - 24 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R00030015001!'P H 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Mechanical Engineering (Continued) 371.320 369.800 GUIDED MISSILE ENGINEERING (Feb.61) For aerodynamics, see 319.170; astronautic 371.321 vehicles, 662.000 et. seq.; astronautics, 385.000; guided missile sites, 788.500. 371.322 369.81 0 Organizations and Facilities (Feb. 61) For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 371.323 369.820 Countermeasure Systems (May 62) For antimissile missiles, see 688.130. 371.324 369.900 OTHER Including agricultural, textile, refrigeration, heating, ventilating, gas and illumination 371.325 engineering, etc. 369.905 Organizations and Facilities (May 63) For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 369.910 Precision Instrument Engineering (Feb. 61) Design and construction of instruments included in sections 643.000-651.900. Radio Waves Signal Characteristics Propagation For effect of weather on radio wave propagation, see 327.341; ionization of the atmosphere by fast moving objects, 327.345. Effect of Nuclear Explosions on Radio Wave Propagation (May 62) Radio Frequency Effects on Other Electronic Equipment (Feb. 64) Frequency Allocations (Sept. 62) 373.000 Military and Ordnance Engi- neering The design and construction of offensive and defensive military works, and the design and construction of military weapons and equipment. For military defensive installations, see 788.000; military weapons and equipment, 681.000 et seq. 369.911 Organizations and Facilities (Feb. 61) 373.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international engineering organizations For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. and conferences, see 183.245. 369.920 Noise Reduction Engineering (Sept. 62) 369.921 Organizations and Facilities (Sept. 62) For international engineering organizations 373.200 FORTIFICATIONS, DEFENSE WORKS, OBSTACLES For military defensive installations, see 788.000. and conferences, see 183.245. 373.300 WEAPONS EFFECTS (May 63) 371.000 Electrical Engineering Including blast and shock. 371.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES 373.900 OTHER (Jan. 67) For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 371.200 ELECTRIC POWER ENGINEERING The design and manufacture of all electric equipment used for generation, transmission, distribution, control, and application of electricity. For electric power, see 630.100; electrical equipment, 636.000 et seq. 371.210 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 371.220 Wireless Transmission of Electricity 371.300 RADIO ENGINEERING, ELECTRONICS The design and construction of communication transmission and reception equipment, including telegraphy, telephony, broadcasting, television, marine and aircraft radio equipment, radar, etc. For communication equipment, see 666.000 et seq.; communication systems, 585.000 et seq. 371.310 Organizations and Facilities For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 381.000 Nuclear Engineering For atomic energy plant equipment, see 633.180; nuclear engines for transportation equipment, 654.414, 655.150, 656.832, 657.565; nuclear fuels, 628.510; nuclear physics, 319.605; nuclear power, 630.400; nuclear power reactors, 631.055; nuclear warfare equipment, 684.000; nuclear guided missile propulsion equipment, 688.775; nuclear physics instruments and apparatus, 649.600. 381.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245; international power organizations and conferences, 183.205. 381.110 Nuclear Weapon Testing Sites (Aug. 61) For nuclear weapon testing, combine subject modifier 041 preceding Chapter Vl with 684.100 et seq. 381.120 Command and Control Center (Mar. 66) 381.130 Support Facility (Mar. 66) 381.200 PEACEFUL USES OF ATOMIC (NUCLEAR) ENERGY, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED (Aug. 61) MARCH 1967 PAGE III - 25 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Nuclear Engineering (Continued) 381.210 Medical Applications (Aug. 61) For use of radioactive substances in medical therapeutics, see 355.820; radiation effects on humans, 347.280. 381.220 Agricultural Applications (Aug. 61) For radiation effects on plants, see 345.245. 381.230 Industrial Applications (Aug. 61) For radiation effects on metals, see 367.260; also various specific industrial applications cross referenced under 381.000 above. 381.300 EFFECT OF NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS (May 63) Calculated or actual engineering results of nuclear explosions; including heat, blasts and extent of radiation damage. 383.000 Petroleum Engineering For petroleum and petroleum refinery products, see 628.200. 383.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 385.000 Astronautics The art or science of designing, building, and operating space vehicles. Does not include ballistic guided missiles which travel through space during part of their flight. For aerodynamics, see 319.170; aeronautical engineering, 369.500; astrobiology, 343.500; astronautic vehicles, 662.000 et seq.; astronomy, 317.000; astrophysical instruments, 647.000; astrophysics, 317.400; cosmic rays, 319.475; guided missiles, 688.000; guided missile engineering, 369.800; ion power, 630.500; meteorology, 327.000; nuclear batteries, 642.140; nuclear power, 630.400; photon power, 630.500; re-entry into the earth's atmosphere, 319.180; solar batteries, 642.130; solar radiation, 327.260; space medicine, 355.240; special and high performance fuels, exotic fuels, 628.500; telemetering equipment, 677.200; tracking equipment, 677.300. 385.100 ORGANIZATIONS AND FACILITIES For international engineering organizations and conferences, see 183.245. 385.110 Launching Areas or Sites 385.111 Recovery Areas or Sites (May 63) 385.120 Command and Control Center (Mar. 66) 385.130 Support Facility (Mar. 66) 385.200 HUMAN ENGINEERING The art or science of designing, building, or equipping a space vehicle to the anthropometric, physiological, or psychological requirements of a person. For space medicine, see 355.240; aircraft human engineering, see 369.520. 385.300 PLANNED AND ACTUAL MANNED SPACE FLIGHTS 385.310 Vehicle Launchings For guided missile launchings, see 788.540. 385.311 Recovery on Return to Earth 385.312 Trajectory (May 63) 385.313 Orbit (May 63) 385.314 Re-entry (May 63) 385.315 Rendezvous (May 63) 385.316 Accident of Loss (May 63) 385.400 LANDING TECHNIQUES Techniques used in landing a space ship at its planetary destination. 385.500 TRACKING Determination of the flight path of an artificial satellite or space ship through the use of radio, radar, and optical techniques. For guided missile and astronautic vehicle tracking equipment, see 677.300. 385.510 Tracking Stations For missile tracking stations, see 788.542. 385.520 Track Analysis (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of tracked vehicle. 385.600 TELEMETRY The technique of transmitting information from space vehicles to a ground station. Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of space vehicle emitting signals. For telemetering equipment, see 677.200. 385.700 ARTIFICIAL SATELLITE AND UNMANNED SPACE PROBE LAUNCHINGS (Feb. 61) 385.710 Trajectory (Feb. 61) 385.711 Orbit (Feb. 61) 385.712 Re-entry (Feb. 61) 385.713 Recovery (Feb. 61) 385.714 Accident or Loss (May 63) 385.800 ASTRONAUTIC VEHICLE COUNTERMEASURE SYSTEM (Feb. 61) For countermeasure equipment, see 664.000. PAGE III - 26 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015 t t f- 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER IV 400.000 COMMERCE, INDUSTRY, FINANCE The parts of this Chapter which deal with industry cover general aspects, organization, and practices and techniques. Specific industries are indexed by combining the subject modifiers preceding Chaper VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. The subject modifiers listed below may be combined with any appropriate code in the 400 Section unless specifically limited. 004 Communications (453.000-463.900) (Feb. 61) 072 Underwater (Submarine) Related (Oct. 65) 005 Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing (453.000-463.900) 073 Chemical Warfare Related (Oct. 65) 006 Mining (453.000-463.900) 074 Biological Warfare Related (Oct. 65) 007 Fuels and Power (453.000-463.900) 075 Atomic or Nuclear Energy Related (Oct. 65) 008 Industry (Factory Workers) (453.000-463.900) 077 Space Related (Oct. 65) 009 Transportation (453.000-463.900) 078 Guided Missile Related (Oct. 65) 010 Commerce (453.000-463.900) 079 Unusual or Suspected Sites or Possible Suspicious 011 Government Employees (453.000-463.900) , , , Sightings, Activities or Events (Oct. 65) 012 Professional Employees (Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers, Teachers, etc.) (453.000-463.900) 135 Military in General (409.110) (Oct. 65) 140 110) (Oct Arm (409 65) 013 Other (453.000-463.900) . y . 145 110) (Oct Navy (409 65) 026 Underground Installations (403 Section) (May 63) . . 150 110) (Oct Air Force (409 65) 027 Sabotage, Safety, Security, Vulnerability (403 . . Section) (May 63) 153 Civilian Police (May 66) A. ORGANIZATION OF INDUSTRY AND BUSINESS; BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED 401.000 Organization For organization of specific industries, combine subject modifier 024 preceding Chapter V1 with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 401.100 HEAVY INDUSTRY Including machine building, defense, metals, electric power, transportation, etc. 401.200 LIGHT INDUSTRY Including textiles, food, consumer goods, etc. 401.300 DOMESTIC, HOME PRODUCTION Including homemade goods, cottage industries. 401.400 TRUSTS, MONOPOLIES, CARTELS, INDUSTRIAL COMBINES For government regulation and control of industry, see 481.340. For agricultural cooperatives, see 419.550. 401.600 NATIONALIZED ENTERPRISES, NATION- ALIZATION Area Rule for nationalization of foreign businesses: Primary Area is country nationalizing; Secondary Area is country whose business is being nationalized. For domestic and foreign compensation claims for enterprises which have been nationalized, see 481.371. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 PkGE IV - 1 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Organization (Continued) 401.700 COMMUNES, GENERAL The commune concept, which originated in Communist China, is a basic unit of society combining industry, agriculture, commerce, education, and militia. It involves central direction and, usually, common living facilities. Earliest communes were limited to peasant agricultural communities. 401.710 Communes, Urban 401.720 Communes, Rural 401.800 BUSINESS AND TRADE ORGANIZATIONS Chamber of Commerce; agricultural and industrial producer, manufacturer, retail or wholesale associations; employers federations; consumer advisory services; marketing and business research and trade promotion organizations; labor-management or management- government organizations. For economic organizations of political significance, see 139.200; labor organizations, 461.000; foreign trade organizations, 485.1 i 0. 403.000 Business and Industrial Enterprises, Not Elsewhere Classified Index commodity producing industries by combining the appropriate subject modifiers preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. Listed here are industries which are not represented in Chapter VI. Subject Modifier: to specify underground installations combine the subject modifier listed below with any of the appropriate subjects in the 403 section. 026 Underground Installations (May 63) 403.100 CONSTRUCTION, EXPANSION, REPAIR For construction of military installations, combine subject modifier 032 preceding 786.000 with the installations listed therein. For construction of transportation and communications facilities, see appropriate subject subdivisions in Chapter V; structural engineering, 363.350. 403.105 Building Ordinances, Laws, Codes 403.115 Construction Companies 403.125 Types of Structures 403.130 Industrial Plants For construction of specific plants, combine subject modifier 032 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 403.135 Government Buildings For description and location of government buildings, see 115.800; sabotage of government installations, 161.340. 403.140 Commercial Structures Including stores, office buildings, hotels, etc. For description and location of commercial structures, see 409.700. 403.145 Hospitals For description and location of hospitals, see 271.175. 403.150 Schools For location, description, and curricula of schools, see 236.200. 403.155 Apartments and Dwelling Houses For housing conditions, see 274.140; military housing construction, apply modifier 032 to 752.200; housing for Communist party elite, see 135.611. 403.160 Water Control and Conservation Projects Including irrigation, flood control, etc. Area Rule for joint projects: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For agricultural irrigation, reclamation, see 421.250; government conservation, reclamation, irrigation, and flood control planning, 481.210; water control and supply system, 271.330; waterway and reclamation engineering, 363.250. 403.165 Unidentified Installations For description and location of unidentified industrial installations, see 403.700; unidentified military installations, 793.000. 403.190 Other 403.300 WAREHOUSES AND STORAGE FACILITIES For storage facilities for specific commodities, e.g., petroleum, combine subject modifier 058 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For transportation system storage facilities, see appropriate subject subdivisions in Chapter V; military depots, 787.000. 403.400 ENTERTAINMENT For cultural aspects, see 207.700, 239.000. 403.500 TOURIST TRADE, TOURISM Area Rule, if foreign relationships are shown: Primary Area is country encouraging tourism; Secondary Area is country toward which encouragement is directed. PAGE IV - 2 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Business and Industrial Enterprises, Not Elsewhere Classified (Continued) 403.600 HUNTING AND TRAPPING For fur, see 606.520. 403.700 UNIDENTIFIED NON-MILITARY INSTALL- ATIONS Including parts of a plant or building within an industrial complex which are unidentifiable because of heavy security restrictions and indications that very secret work is being done. For unidentified non-military construction, see 403.165; unidentified military installations, 793.100. 409.500 INVENTORIES, SALES For stockpiles and reserves of specific commodities, combine subject modifier 057 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 409.600 BLACK MARKETS 409.700 COMMERCIAL FACILITIES Including descriptions of stores, office buildings, hotels, etc. 411.000 Weights and Measures For scientific and technical standards, see 311.400. 403.710 Unusual Activities or Observations at Unidentified Installations Including unusual noises or explosions. For unusual noises or explosions at military installations, see 793.300. 403.720 Unidentified Objects (Feb. 64) Including piles of stainless steel scrappage, evidence of protective clothing or personnel, unidentified cylindrical objects, etc. B. COMMERCIAL PRACTICES AND TECHNIQUES For commercial workers, combine subject modifier 010 with the appropriate subjects in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 409.000 Retail and Wholesale Trade For government domestic commerce planning, see 481.240; foreign trade, 485.000. 409.100 LAWS, REGULATIONS, AND CONTROL (GOVERNMENTAL AND NON-GOVERNMENTAL) 409.110 Commodity Specifications and Standards For specification of specific commodities, combine subject modifier 040 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. To show military commodity specifications and standards, combine military modifiers 135-150 with 409.110. 409.400 COMMERCIAL COMPLAINTS, ARBITRATION, LITIGATION For domestic claims, NEC, see 471.510; compensation claims for enterprises which have been expropriated, 481.371; foreign commercial complaints, 485.107; foreign claims, NEC, 495.300. 413.000 Fairs, Exhibitions A showing of products in order to stimulate interest and sales. For an exhibit in a country of goods from another country, see 485.125. 413.200 INTERNATIONAL Area Rule: Primary Area is location of fair; Secondary Areas are participants. C. AGRICULTURAL CONDITIONS, SYSTEMS, PRACTICES, AND TECHNIQUES For agricultural labor, combine subject modifier 005 with the appropriate subjects in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. For agricultural college training, see 236.257; agricultural products, 601.000 et seq.; agricultural sciences, 349.000; government agricultural planning, 481.205; international agricultural organizations and conferences, 183.005. 419.000 Agriculture and the Economy 419.100 LAND UTILIZATION 419.200 LAND OWNERSHIP For real estate, see 478.000. 419.300 AGRICULTURAL CENSUS 419.400 AGRARIAN REFORM 419.500 STATE FARMS AND COLLECTIVE FARMS 419.550 AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES (NOV. 61) For other cooperative enterprises, see 401.500. 419.600 STATE TRADING Forced or voluntary procurement by the government, usually at fixed prices for domestic resale or export. 419.700 NATURAL FACTORS AFFECTING AGRI- CULTURE Including climate, etc. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001P4GE IV - 3 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 421.000 Farming Methods For agronomy, see 349.200. 421.100 USE OF IMPLEMENTS, MACHINERY, AND EQUIPMENT For other aspects of agricultural machinery, see 633.320. 421.125 Machine Tractor Stations 421.150 SOIL PREPARATION, CULTIVATION 421.200 SOIL CONSERVATION; ROTATION AND DIVERSIFICATION OF CROPS 421.250 IRRIGATION, RECLAMATION, DRAINAGE For government conservation, reclamation, irrigation, and flood control planning, see 481.210; water control and conservation projects, 403.160; water control and supply system, 277.330; waterway and reclamation engineering, 363.250. 421.300 FERTILIZING For fertilizers, see 619.310. 421.350 PEST CONTROL For insecticides and fungicides, see 619.320; aerial crop dusting, 569.200. 421.400 HARVESTING AND STORING 421.450 MARKETING 421.500 OTHER 423.000 Animal Care and Breeding For animal husbandry, see 349.400; live animals, 603.000. 423.100 LIVESTOCK 423.110 Breeding 423.120 Feeds and Feeding 423.130 Other 423.200 APICULTURE Beekeeping. 423.300 SERICULTURE Production of raw silk by raising silkworms. 425.000 Plant and Animal Disease Incidence and Control Measures 425.100 PLANT DISEASE INCIDENCE For plant disease research, see 345.500. 425.110 Disease Control Measures For disease control and eradication research, see 345.600. 425.200 ANIMAL DISEASE INCIDENCE For animal disease research, see 357.200. 425.210 Disease Control Measures For animal disease therapeutic research, see 357.300. 427.000 Forestry Practices For forestry labor, combine subject modifier 005 with the appropriate subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 of seq. For forestry research in general, see 349.500; forest products, 609.000; forestry distribution, 333.341. 427.100 REFORESTATION AND AFFORESTATION 427.200 CONSERVATION AND PRESERVATION 427.300 OTHER Including harvesting wood, marking, logging, felling, thinning out, nursing practice, cultivation, planting, etc. 428.000 Wildlife Practices (Feb. 64) 429.000 Fishing and the Economy For fishermen, combine subject modifier 005 with the appropriate subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. For fish, see 603.300; acoustic fish location devices, 673.216. 429.100 FISHING FLEET For fishing vessels, see 656.679. 429.110 Adaptability to Military Use 429.200 FISHING GROUNDS 429.210 Fishing Disputes Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For water boundary claims and water disputes, see 177.720. 429.220 Fishing Treaties and Agreements (Nov. 61) Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. D. INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS, SYSTEMS, PRACTICES, AND TECHNIQUES For industrial labor, combine subject modifier 008 with the appropriate subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. For government industrial planning, see 481.200; industrial hygiene, 271.275; industrial self-sufficiency, 471.320; international industrial organizations and conferences, 183.045; industrial products, Chapter VI; production engineering, 369.700. 435.000 Business, Industrial, and Factory Management 435.100 LABOR AND PERSONNEL POLICIES For other aspects of labor, see 453.000 et seq. PAGE IV - 4Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003001500014MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Business, Industrial, and Factory Management (Continued) 435.200 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Including production control, quality control, cost accounting, inspection, etc. For production engineering, see 369.700. 435.210 Production Difficulties Including material shortages, obsolete and defective machinery, lack of technical know- how, etc. For production difficulties with regard to specific industries, combine subject modifier 035 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 435.220 Standardization of Industrial Products (Sept. 62) 435.300 RECORDS MANAGEMENT 437.000 Automation For automation of specific industries, combine subject modifier 028 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For automation equipment, see 631.560; automation research, 369.720. 439.000 Industrial Mobilization For impact of industrialization as a social problem, see 277.420. 439.100 CONVERSION AND CONVERTIBILITY For conversion of specific industries, combine subject modifier 033 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 439.200 UNDERGROUND INSTALLATIONS For specific underground industrial installations, combine subject modifier 026 with 403.100 or with the appropriate commodities listed in Chapter VI. For military underground shelters, see 788.650. 439.300 DISMANTLING, RELOCATION, AND DISPERSAL For dismantling, relocation, and dispersal of specific installations, combine subject modifier 034 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 441.000 Licensing Agreements and Patent Pools Area Rule if foreign: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For patent law, see 121.251; restrictions against release of patents, 157.410; licensing agreements of specific commodities, combine subject modifiers 030 and 031 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodity. 441.100 INFRINGEMENT AND/OR VIOLATION OF PATENT RIGHTS Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country violating rights; Secondary Area is country whose rights are being violated. 443.000 Commercial and Industrial Statistics For foreign trade statistics, see 485.137. 443.100 PRODUCTION For production of specific products, combine subject modifier 049 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For total production as an aspect of gross national product, see 473.700, 473.200; production controls, 48 7.310. 443.200 PLAN FULFILLMENT For plan fulfillment for specific products, combine subject modifier 051 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein; economic planning and control, 481.000 et seq. 443.300 PRICES For prices of specific products, combine subject modifier 059 preceding Chapter Vl with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For cost-of-living prices, see 274.130; price controls, 481.330. 443.400 STATISTICAL SYSTEMS AND METHODS Including econometrics. 444.000 Relations Between Industry and Government (Feb. 61) For influence of special interests on government, see 143.370; government economic planning and control, 481.000. E. LABOR Subject Modifiers: to distinguish various types of labor, combine the subject modifiers listed below with any of the subjects in the labor section, 453.000-463.900. 004 Communications (Feb. 61) 005 Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing 006 Mining 007 Fuels and Power 008 Industry (Factory Workers) 009 Transportation 010 Commerce 011 Government Employees 012 Professional Groups (Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers, etc.) 013 Other For manpower data for specific industries, combine subject modifier 029 preceding Chapter Vl with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For management, labor, and personnel policies, see 435.700; military personnel, 748.000 et seq. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4AGE IV - 5 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 453.000 Government Labor Policy 455.175 Handicapped Workers For government intervention or seizure as an 455.176 Military Personnel aspect of strikes, see 459.400; government manpower planning, 481.260. For military civic action, see 744.166. 453.100 LAWS, LEGISLATION, AND DECREES 453.200 JOB PLACEMENT CONTROLS 453.300 WAGE CONTROLS For wages and salaries, see 457.100. 454.000 Status of Labor (Sept. 62) 454.100 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT (Sept. 62) 454.200 ATTITUDE TOWARD REGIME (Sept. 62) 454.300 ATTITUDE TOWARD COMMUNISM (Sept. 62) 454.400 ATTITUDE TOWARD FOREIGN NATIONS, GROUPS, OR INDIVIDUALS (Sept. 62) Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of labor force; Secondary Area is nation or nationality of group or individual toward which attitude is directed. 455.000 Labor Force For data on composition of the population by economic characteristics, see 255.330. 455.100 EMPLOYMENT TRENDS AND DATA For employment trends in specific industries, combine subject modifier 029 preceding Chapter V1 with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 455.110 Labor Recruitment Area Rule for foreign recruitment: Primary Area is country recruiting foreign workers; Secondary Area is country from which workers are recruited. 455.120 Job Placement and Training 455.130 Relocation of Labor 455.140 labor Turnover and Lay-Off (Resignation, Discharge) For unemployment, see 455.200. 455.150 Absenteeism 455.160 Labor Shortages 455.170 Special Classes of Labor For forced labor, see 157.370. 455.171 Women 455.172 Children 455.173 Migratory Workers 455.174 Immigrants and Aliens Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of workers; Secondary Area is location where they are working. 455.200 UNEMPLOYMENT For labor resignation, lay-off, discharge, see 455.140. 455.210 Unemployment Compensation For unemployment insurance, see 274.220. 457.000 Wages, Hours, Working Conditions 457.100 WAGES AND SALARIES For disposition of wages, see 473.700; wage controls, 453.300. 457.200 HOURS OF WORK 457.300 WORKING CONDITIONS Including safety measures employed, satisfaction or dissatisfaction of workers, etc. For industrial hygiene, see 271.275. 457.310 Incentives Higher pay or special benefits for higher production; Soviet Stakhanovite or Pirmrindniek workers, etc. 457.320 Special Benefits Including family allowances, housing, etc. 457.330 Industrial Accidents For industrial hospitals, see 271.190. 459.000 Labor Disputes, Strikes 459.100 DISPUTES NOT INVOLVING A STRIKE 459.200 STRIKES 459.300 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING, ARBITRATION, CONCILIATION, MEDIATION 459.400 GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION OR SEIZURE 459.500 AGREEMENTS 461.000 Labor Organizations Including labor organizations in Communist countries. For Communist party labor front organizations, see 135.767; international labor organizations and conferences, 183.645. 461.050 ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE Including elections. 461.100 CONFERENCES For international labor conferences, see 183.645. PAGE IV - 6 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 -'ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Labor Organizations (Continued) 461.150 FINANCES 461.200 STRENGTH, MEMBERSHIP 461.250 RELATIONS WITH DOMESTIC, FOREIGN, AND INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATIONS Area Rule if with foreign: Primary Area is country where organization initiating relations is located; Secondary Area is location of organization toward which relations are directed; no Secondary Area needed for relations with international organizations. 461.300 RELATIONS WITH DOMESTIC, FOREIGN, AND INTERNATIONAL NON-LABOR GROUPS (POLITICAL PARTIES, GOVERNMENTS, ETC.) Area Rule if with foreign: see 461.250. 461.325 LABOR UNION OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES IN THE LABOR FIELD (Feb. 61) 461.350 POLITICAL OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES For labor disputes, see 459.000. 461.360 Communism For Communist penetration of labor organizations, see 135.551; relations with Communist front labor organizations, 461.250; relations with Communist party or Communist front non-labor organizations, 461.300. 461.380 International Affairs Area Rule: Primary Area is geographic headquarters of labor organization; Secondary Area is country toward which activity or attitude is directed. 461.400 INTERNAL CONFLICT, INTRA-UNION SCHISMS F. ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION AND ACTIVITIES For availability of consumer goods and services, see 274.110; cost-of-living, 274.130; international economic organizations and conferences, 783.045. 467.000 Economic Systems, Theories, and Philosophies For theory of Communism, see 703.200; Socialism, 103.600. 469.000 Economic Programs and Policies of the Regime, General Enter here broad, vague, and non-specific programs. Enter specific programs under other sections in this Chapter, e.g., government fiscal policy, general, 475.100. For policy toward specific industries, combine subject modifier 069 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For military policy, see 707.000-718.000; political policy, general, 124.000. 471.000 Economic Development, Status, and Potential 471.100 CAPABILITIES 471.200 VULNERABILITIES 471.300 ECONOMIC SELF-SUFFICIENCY 471.310 Natural Resources 471.320 Industry 471.321 Distribution and Regional Interdependence 461.450 OTHER Including miscellaneous intro-union activities and training. 463.000 Miscellaneous 471.400 463.100 LABOR RESEARCH; PLANNING AND INFORMATION SERVICES 471.500 463.200 EFFECT OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES ON LABOR 463.300 LABOR PRODUCTIVITY 471.510 463.400 LABOR COST 463.500 LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS (Feb. 61) For disputes and strikes, see 459.000. 463.900 OTHER of Industry EFFECT OF MILITARY POLICY ON THE ECONOMY Including allocation of materials, curtailment of consumer goods production, etc. DOMESTIC INVESTMENTS (Feb. 61) For government control of domestic investments, see 481.351. Claims, NEC (Jan. 67) For domestic commercial complaints, see 409.400; compensation claims for enterprises which have been expropriated, 481.371; foreign commercial complaints, 485.107; foreign claims, NEC, 495.300. Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 473.000 Gross National Product (GNP), National Income, and National Wealth Gross national product is the total value at current market prices of all final goods and services produced by a nation's economy during a particular period, usually a year. National income is the total earnings of the various productive factors and is, therefore, the sum of wages, rents, interest, profits, etc. Enter here aggregate figures when the data are presented as an aspect of over-all economic activity, For statistical data on specific products, combine the subject modifier preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For general commercial and industrial statistics not presented as an aspect of national product, see 443.000; government finance, 475.000; data on typical or average income, 457.100. 473.100 TOTAL PRODUCTION, BY ECONOMIC SECTOR (E.G., AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, TRANSPORTATION, ETC.) 475.200 BUDGET For transportation and communications systems budgeting and financing, see appropriate subject subdivisions in Chapter V. For military budgeting and financing, see 709.000; scientific budget, 307.100; provincial, municipal, or local budgets, 123.400. 475.210 Surplus or Deficit 475.300 REVENUE 475.310 Taxes Including duties and tariffs. For duty and tariff systems, see 485.311. 475.311 Laws, Legislation, and Decrees 475.390 Other Including proceeds from loans, etc. 475.400 EXPENDITURES 475.500 PUBLIC DEBT 475.510 Internal Debt 475.520 Indebtedness to Foreign Countries Area Rule: Primary Area is country owing debt; Secondary Area is country to which debt is owed. For loans to foreign countries, see 493.200. 473.200 TOTAL PRODUCTION, BY END USER 475.600 FINANCIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN CENTRAL (E.G., CONSUMER, BUSINESS, MILITARY, GOVERNMENT, AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ETC.) 473.300 TOTAL INCOME, BY ECONOMIC SHARE (E.G., TOTAL EARNINGS OF LABOR OR BUSINESS, INCOME FROM INTEREST, RENTS, ETC.) 473.400 TOTAL GROSS INVESTMENT, DEPRECIATION, AND NET INVESTMENT, BY ECONOMIC SECTOR 473.600 GROWTH Index numbers of gross national product at constant prices. 473.700 DISPOSITION OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME Portion of personal income allocated to food, shelter, taxes, savings, etc. Enter here either aggregate or individual figures. 473.800 NATIONAL WEALTH 473.810 Aggregate Plant and Equipment 473.820 Aggregate Stocks and Inventories 473.830 Aggregate Natural Resources 475.000 Government Finance, Banking and Credit, Monetary System 475.100 GOVERNMENT FISCAL POLICY, GENERAL 475.710 Banking and Other Financial Institutions 475.711 Central Bank, National Bank A central or national bank is a bank which exists primarily for public fiscal purposes, which is controlled in whole or in part by the government, and which turns over a large portion of its profits to the government. 475.714 Other Financial Institutions Including savings and loan companies, development institutions, etc. 475.715 Banking Branches in Foreign Countries Area Rule: Primary Area is country with branch abroad; Secondary Area is location of branch. 475.716 Banking Relations with Foreign Countries and Organizations (Feb. 64) Area Rule: Primary Area is country of bank initiating relations; Secondary Area is country toward which relations are directed. Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Government Finance, Banking and Credit, Monetary System (Continued) 475.720 Banking Policies, Practices, and Statistics 475.721 Bank Reserve System and Bank Reserves Bank reserves are the amount of money kept available to meet the demands of depositors. This amount is usually a fixed percentage of total deposits. 475.722 Bank Holdings and Deposits Including treasury holdings. 475.723 Laws, Legislation, and Decrees (Feb. 61) 475.729 Other 475.730 Credit Policy, Controls, and Conditions 475.740 Interest and Interest Rates 475.800 MONETARY SYSTEM, CURRENCY 475.810 Monetary Reform (e.g., Devaluation, etc.) 475.820 Inflation 475.830 Deflation 475.840 Money in Circulation 475.850 Irregular Financial Activities, Financial Scandals, Business Corruption For political corruption, see 143.320. 475.851 Counterfeiting 475.890 Other Including issuance of currency. 477.000 Securities (Stocks and Bonds); Stock Market 478.000 Real Estate (May 66) 478.100 RENT, LEASE, AND SALE (May 66) 478.200 LAWS, LEGISLATION, AND DECREES (May 66) Area Rule, if foreign: Primary Area is country where property is located; Secondary Area is country to which rented, leased, or sold. If property is owned by a country other than where property is located, use nationality. 479.000 Insurance, Except Social Insurance Including life, fire, commercial, etc. For social insurance, see 274.220. 479.100 CLAIMS AND BENEFITS 481.215 479.200 LAWS, LEGISLATION, AND DECREES (Feb. 61) 481.000 Government Economic Planning 481.220 and Control Including government planning in non-state controlled economies, as well as Socialist and Communist five-year type planning. For plan fulfillment statistics in general, see 443.200; relations between industry and government, 444.000. 481.100 ORGANIZATION AND TECHNIQUES OF PLANNING For economic planning agencies, see 115.555. 481.150 Civic Action (Jan. 67) For military civic action, see 744.166; military personnel as a special class of labor, 455.176. 481.200 PLANNING BY ECONOMIC SECTORS For planning data for specific commodities, combine subject modifiers 050, 051, or 064 preceding Chapter Vt with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For nationalized enterprises, nationalization, see 401.600. 481.201 Industry in General (Nov. 61) 481.202 Heavy Industry (Sept. 62) Including machine building, defense metals, electric power, transportation, etc. 481.203 Light Industries (Sept. 62) Including textiles, food, consumer goods, etc. 481.205 Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries Including development of virgin lands. For agricultural conditions, systems, practices, and techniques, see 419.000 et seq.; agriculture, forestry, and fishery products, 601.000 et seq.; agrarian reform, 419.400. 481.210 Conservation, Reclamation, Irrigation, Flood Control For water control and conservation projects, see 403.160; water control and supply system, 271.330; control of international waterways and headwaters control, 271.331; agricultural irrigation, reclamation, 421.250. 481.212 Construction (Oct. 65) For construction, expansion, repair of business and industrial enterprises in general, see 403.100; construction of specific facilities, combine subject modifier 032 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. Mining Including coal. For metals and minerals, see 621.000 et seq. Power For fuels and power, see 628.000 et seq. 481.221 Rural Electrification (Feb. 61) 481.225 Machine Building Industry, Except Military Weapons and Equipment For machine building products, see various commodity listings in Chapter VI. MARCH 1967 PAGE IV - 9 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Government Economic Planning and Control (Continued) 481.230 Military Weapons and Equipment For other aspects of military weapons and equipment, see 681.000 et seq. 481.235 Consumer Goods Industry For consumer goods products, see various commodity listings in Chapter VI. 481.240 Domestic Trade For domestic retail and wholesale trade system, see 409.000. 481.245 Foreign Trade For foreign trade system, see 485.000. 481.250 Transportation and Communications For transportation and communications systems, see Chapter V. 481.255 Public Works For wafer control and supply system, see 271.330; waste disposal systems, 271.360. 481.260 Manpower For manpower statistics for specific industries, combine subject modifier 029 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For other aspects of labor, see 453.000 et seq. 481.265 Regional Planning Including urban and rural development. 481.290 Other Including economy drives, scrap drives, etc. 481.300 ECONOMIC REGULATION AND CONTROL, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED For transportation and communications system controls, see subject subdivisions in Chapter V. For specific commodity controls, combine subject modifier 069 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For credit controls, see 475.730; economic warfare, 491.000; foreign trade controls, 485.300; retail and wholesale trade controls, 409.100. 481.310 Production 481.320 Consumption, Rationing 481.330 Prices 481.340 Industry For industrial organization, see 401.000. 481.341 Government Interference and Favoritism 481.350 Investments 481.351 Domestic Investments For other aspects of domestic investments, see 471.500. 481.352 Domestic Investments Abroad Area Rule: Primary Area is investing country; Secondary Area is location of investment. For other aspects of foreign investments, see 495.000. 481.353 Investments of Foreigners in Country Area Rule: Primary Area is country controlling or regulating investment of foreigner; Secondary Area is investing country. 481.370 Expropriation and Restitution of Property Owned by Nationals and Foreigners Area Rule for expropriation of foreign property: Primary Area is country expropriating foreign property; Secondary Area is country whose property is being expropriated. 481.371 Domestic and Foreign Compensation Claims for Enterprises Which Have Been Expropriated Area Rule for foreign claims: Primary Area is country claiming compensation; Secondary Area is country against whom compensation claim is made. For nationalized enterprises and nation- alization, see 401.600; domestic commercial complaints, 409.400; domestic claims, NEC, 471.510; foreign commercial complaints, 485.107; foreign claims, NEC, 495.300. G. FOREIGN ECONOMIC RELATIONS 484.000 General (May 62) Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating relations; Secondary Area is country toward which relations are directed. For economic influence in and penetration of other countries, see 179.300; international economic organizations and conferences, 183.045; foreign banking relations, 475.716. 484.100 DISCUSSIONS AND NEGOTIATIONS (Feb. 61) Area Rule: all countries involved in discussions or negotiations are Primary Areas. PAGE IV- 10 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015000'14RCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 485.000 Foreign Trade For trade involving specific products, combine subject modifiers 064 or 066 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For commercial personnel, combine subject modifier 010 with the appropriate subjects in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. For foreign trade planning, see 481.245; international commercial organizations and conferences, 183.045. 485.100 GENERAL 485.105 Commercial Relations and Rivalry with Foreign Countries and Dependencies Area Rule: country initiating relations or all countries involved in rivalry are Primary Areas; Secondary Area is country toward which relations are directed or country over which there is rivalry. 485.107 Commercial Complaints: Irregular or Unethical Trade Practices (Feb. 61) Including delivery of poor quality and defective goods, contract failures, slow deliveries, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country engaged in irregular or unethical trade practices; Secondary Area is country affected by irregular practices or country making complaint. For domestic trade commercial complaints, see 409.400; domestic claims, NEC, 471.510; compensation claims for enterprises which have been expropriated, 481.371; foreign claims, NEC, 495.300; poor quality of specific commodities, combine subject modifier 047 preceding Chapter VI with appropriate commodities listed therein. 485.110 Trade Companies Including export-import, transshipping, forwarding, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is location of company; Secondary Area is nationality of company or country represented. 485.112 Exclusive Dealers and Sales Agents for Foreign Concerns 485.115 485.117 485.119 Curtailment of Trade Area Rule: Primary Area is country curtailing trade; Secondary Area is country toward whom curtailment is directed. 485.125 Foreign Markets Including exhibits of goods abroad. Area Rule: Primary Area is country with a market in a foreign country; Secondary Area is location of foreign market. 485.130 Free Ports and Foreign Trade Zones An area where goods may be unloaded, stored, repacked, and reshipped free from customs duties in order to facilitate transshipments. 485.135 Trade Statistics and Data For trade data on specific products, combine subject modifiers 064 or 066 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For smuggling data, see 485.150. 485.137 Exports and Imports Area Rule: Primary Area is country exporting; Secondary Area is country importing. 485.141 Offers to Sell and Procurement Attempts to procure commodities, e.g., inquiries, orders, negotiations, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is potential exporter; Secondary Area is potential importer. 485.145 Transshipment and Transit Trade Data Area Rule: Primary Areas are origin of shipment and location of transshipment point; Secondary Area is destination of shipment. 485.150 Smuggling Area Rule: Primary Area is country exporting; Secondary Area is country importing. For smuggling data on specific products, combine modifier 066 preceding Chapter Vl with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 485.155 Exports and Imports Balance of Trade with Other Countries 485.200 TRADE AGREEMENTS, GOVERNMENTAL Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For balance of payments, see 489.200. Effect of Foreign Tariffs AND PRIVATE Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For other economic agreements, see 493.000. Area Rule: Primary Area is country 485.210 Bilateral and Trilateral Trade Agreements levying tariff; Secondary Area is country affected by tariff. 485.220 Commodity Control Agreements MARCH 1967 PAGE IV - 11 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Foreign Trade (Continued) 485.230 Tariff Agreements 485.240 Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation Agreements 485.290 Other 485.300 TRADE CONTROLS AND REGULATIONS For economic warfare trade controls, see 491.100; curtailment of trade, 485.119. 485.310 Normal Import and Export Controls Area Rule: Primary Area is country originating controls; Secondary Area is country against which controls are directed or destination of goods. 485.311 Tariff, Duty, or Customs Systems For effect of foreign tariffs, see 485.117. 489.100 FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND GOLD Foreign exchange is the process of settling debts between persons or establishments located in different countries, also the instruments used in the process of settling such debts. These instruments, known as bills of exchange, are claims for payment in a foreign currency. Area Rule (except for 489.160): Primary Area is country initiating foreign exchange or gold dealings, controls, or transactions; Secondary Area is country whose exchange is affected by the dealings or controls, or the recipientof a transaction. For metallic gold as a commodity, see 621.385. 489.110 Controls and Permits Including blocked exchange. 489.120 Buying and Selling Rates 489.130 Foreign Exchange and Gold Holdings 489.140 Requirements for Foreign Exchange and Gold 489.141 Use of Extortion to Obtain Foreign Exchange or Gold 485.312 Quantitative Controls Including quotas, licenses, etc. 485.313 Subsidies, Promotion Including dumping. 485.314 Shipping Documents (May 63) Including bills of lading, consular invoices, etc., accompanying shipment of goods by rail, sea, air, or highway. 485.320 Violations of Normal Import-Export Controls Area Rule: Primary Area is country violating controls; Secondary Area is country affected by violation. For violation of security trade controls, see 491.200. 487.000 Reparations Compensation either in money or in materials payable by a nation as war indemnity for direct damages and for loss from war expenditures, occupation costs, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country paying reparations; Secondary Area is country to whom reparations are paid. 489.000 Foreign Exchange and Gold, Balance of Payments, International Capital Movements 489.150 Transactions Payments for trade and other international debts. 489.151 Irregular or Illegal Foreign Exchange and Gold Dealings or Transactions Including use of foreign exchange and gold for subversive activities. 489.160 Foreign Exchange and Gold Treaties and Agreements (Nov. 61) Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 489.200 BALANCE OF PAYMENTS Balance of payments is the difference between the total payments made to foreign nations and the total receipts from foreign nations during a given period of time. The balance of trade constitutes an important item in calculating a nation's balance of payments. Area Rule: all countries comparing balances are Primary Areas. For balance of trade, see 485.115. 489.300 INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL (INCLUDING GOLD) MOVEMENTS Area Rule: Primary Area is origin of capital movement; Secondary Area is destination of capital movement. 489.310 Flights of Capital The hasty departure of capital from one country to another usually caused by fear of confiscation or the devaluation of currency. PAGE IV - 12 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001 _J ARCH ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 491.000 Economic Warfare Measures employed during both war and peacetime to weaken the enemy's economy by throttling his foreign trade and foreign credit and to deny him the strategic goods vital to the prosecution of warfare. For political warfare, see 177.600; blocked assets, 495.200. 491.100 SECURITY EXPORT AND IMPORT CONTROLS Area Rule: Primary Areas are countries initiating or cooperating in controls; Secondary Area is country(s) against which controls are directed. For normal export and import controls, see 485.3 10. 491.110 International Cooperation 491.120 Export Control Listings Establishment of lists of strategic items which should not be exported to the enemy. 491.190 Other 491.200 VIOLATION AND CIRCUMVENTION OF SECURITY TRADE CONTROLS Area Rule: Primary Area is country violating or circumventing controls, and/or benefiting from such violation; Secondary Area is country whose controls are violated. For violations of normal trade controls, see 485.320. 491.210 Methods and Techniques Used 491.220 Companies and Individuals Involved in Illegal Trade 493.110 For commercial missions, see 173.100; Communist commercial fronts, 135.949; trade companies in general, 485.110. 491.300 MISCELLANEOUS ECONOMIC MEASURES Area Rule (except for 491.330): Primary Area is country employing economic measures; Secondary Area is country against which measures are employed. 491.310 Embargoes, Boycotts 491.320 Blockades 491.330 Dealings with Neutrals Including preclusive buying, interdiction of enemy trade with neutrals, control of neutral shipping, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country dealing with neutrals; Secondary Area is neutral country being dealt with. 491.390 Other 491.400 VULNERABILITY TO ECONOMIC WARFARE Area Rule: Primary Area is vulnerable country; Secondary Area is country exerting economic warfare. 491.500 CAPABILITIES FOR WAGING ECONOMIC WARFARE Area Rule: Primary Area is country capable of waging economic warfare; Secondary Area is country against which economic warfare might be waged. 493.000 Economic Treaties and Agreements, Except Trade Agreements; Loans to Foreign Countries 493.100 TREATIES AND AGREEMENTS Area Rule (except 493.120 and 493.130): all countries involved are Primary Areas. For agreements involving specific products, combine subject modifier 031 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For transportation and communications agreements, see specific subject subdivisions in Chapter V. For cultural treaties and agreements, see 213.100; international economic organizations and conferences, 183.045, licensing agreements and patent pools, 441.000; military treaties and agreements, 716.000; political treaties and agreements, 177.400; trade agreements, 485.200. Economic Cooperation Agreements Mutually beneficial economic arrangements for joint production of goods, etc. 493.111 Economic Integration Coordination of economic plans and production. For activities of such organizations as CEMA and the European Coal-Steel Community, see 183 section. 493.120 Governmental and Private Development Arrangements; Foreign Aid, Not Elsewhere Classified Including offers to construct factories, build roads, furnish technical assistance, give monetary grants and commercial credits, etc. Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For foreign economic influence and penetration, see 179.300; agencies administering foreign aid, 115.508. 493.121 Governmental (Sept. 62) 493.122 Private (Sept. 62) MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 P -4GE IV - 13 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Economic Treaties and Agreements, Except Trade Agreements; Loans to Foreign Countries (Continued) 493.130 Concessions Defined as granting a foreign country or company the right to exploit natural resources in return for some consideration. Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting concession; Secondary Area is country receiving concession. For concessions on specific commodities, combine modifier 031 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 493.200 LOANS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting loan; Secondary Area is country receiving loan. For foreign medical aid loans, see 271.050; indebtedness to foreign countries, 475.520. 495.100 CONCEALED ASSETS, CLOAKING OF ASSETS (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country concealing foreign assets; Secondary Area is country where assets are concealed. 495.200 BLOCKED ASSETS (Feb. 61) An economic retaliatory measure taken by one country against another country in which the first country freezes or refuses to release the assets of the second country. Area Rule: Primary Area is country blocking foreign assets; Secondary Area is country whose assetsare blocked. 495.000 Foreign Investments Area Rule: Primary Area is country making investment; Secondary Area is country in which investment is made. For investment in specific industries, combine subject modifier 031 preceding Chapter V1 with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For government investment controls, see 481.350. 495.300 CLAIMS, NEC (Jan. 67) For domestic commercial complaints, see 409.400; domestic claims, NEC, 471.510; compensation claims for enterprises which have been expropriated, 481.371; foreign commercial complaints, 485.107. PAGE IV - 14 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 -ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER V 500.000 TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS SUBJECT MODIFIERS The subject modifiers listed below may be combined with any appropriate code in the 500 section unless specifically limited. 026 Underground Installations (May 63) 150 Air Force (585.000-598.900) 028 Automation (Oct. 65) 151 Rocket Forces (585.000-598.900) (May 66) 034 Dismantling and Relocation (May 63) 153 Civilian Police (585.000-598.900) (May 66) 036 Deactivation (May 63) Abandonment , 155 Marines and Naval Infantry (585.000-598.900) (July 64) 072 Underwater (Submarine) Related (Oct. 65) 157 Coast Guard (585.000-598.900) (July 64) 073 Chemical Warfare Related (Oct. 65) 159 Reserves (585.000-598.900) (July 64) 074 Biological Warfare Related (Oct. 65) 161 Border (Frontier) and Coastal Guards (585.000- 075 Atomic or Nuclear Energy Related (May 63) 598.900) (July 64) 077 Space Related (Sept. 62) 163 Interior Guards (585.000-598.900) (July 64) 078 Guided Missile Related (Apr. 61) 165 National Guard (585.000-598.900) (July 64) Militia For guided missiles, see 688.000; other guided missile activities, various subjects in Chapter VII. 167 , Unconventional Forces (Guerrillas, Partisans, etc.) 079 Possible, Suspicious, Unusual, or Suspected Sites or (585.000-598.900) (July 64) Sightings (Apr. 61) 169 Military and Militarized Societies, Clubs (585.000- For unidentified non-military installations, see 403.700; 598.900) (July 64) unidentified military installations, sites, or objects, 793.000. 180 Order of Battle (585.000-598.900) 135 Military in General (585.000-598.900) 181 Tables of Organization and Equipment (585.000- 140 Army (585.000-598.900) 598.900) 145 Navy (585.000-598.900) 182 Combat Effectiveness (585.000-598.900) (July 66) A. TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM For international transportation organizations and conferences, see 183.125; military logistics, 779.000 et seq. For transportation techniques used in moving specific products, combine subject modifier 060 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For transportation personnel, combine subject modifier 009 preceding 453.000 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 501.000 General 501.100 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT 501.200 STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT AND GENERAL CONDITION OF SYSTEM 501.300 ADMINISTRATION Including government and management attitudes and policies. For Ministry of Transportation, see 115.641; government transportation planning, 481.250. 501.310 Regulation and Control; Laws, Legislation, and Decrees 501.320 Budgeting and Financing 501.330 International Cooperation and Agreements Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 501.400 OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OF SYSTEM MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4AGE v - 1 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 General (Continued) 501.500 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE Including mobilization capabilities of equipment and personnel. 501.510 Degree of Military Operation or Control 501.600 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES For sabotage of transportation systems, see 767.320. 501.610 Vulnerability 501.620 Security Measures B. HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM For transportation personnel, combine subject modifier 009 with the subjects in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. For urban highway transportation system, see 582.100. 502.610 Vulnerability 502.620 Security Measures 503.000 Companies (Government and Private) 504.000 Highway Networks 504.100 DESCRIPTION OF ROADS AND ROUTES 504.110 Access Roads (May 62) Roads which lead to specific installations or sites and which are not part of a country's highway network. 504.200 CAPACITY OF ROADS AND ROUTES 504.300 ROAD NUMBERING AND MARKING SYSTEM 502.000 General 504.400 HIGHWAY MILEAGE, DENSITY, AND 502.100 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION 502.200 STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT AND GENERAL 504.500 DESCRIPTION OF HIGHWAY STRUCTURES CONDITION OF HIGHWAY SYSTEM 504.510 Bridges, Viaducts, and Culverts 502.21 0 Relative Importance and Relationship 504.520 Tunnels to Other Forms of Transport 504.530 Ferries and Fords 502.300 ADMINISTRATION 504.590 Other Including government and management attitudes 504.600 INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS and policies. For Ministry of Highway Transportation, see 115.651; government transportation planning, 481.250. Area Rule: both countries bordering on an international connection are Primary Areas. For border controls, see 157.630. 504.900 OTHER (Nov 61) 502.310 Regulation and Control; Laws, Legislation, . and Decrees 506.000 Construction, Maintenance, and 502.320 Budgeting and Financing Repair of Roads, Terminals, and 502.330 International Cooperation and Agreements Road Structures Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 506.100 For highway engineering, see 363.100; structural engineering, 363.350. CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE 502.400 OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OF SYSTEM EQUIPMENT 502.410 Bottlenecks For other aspects of construction and maintenance Including narrow roads, ferries, geographic equipment, e.g., economic data and research, see 633.300. factors, etc. 506.200 ROADS 502.420 Equipment Breakdowns and Other Delaying Factors 506.210 Access Roads (May 62) 502.500 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE Including mobilization capabilities of equipment and personnel. 502.510 Degreeof Military Operation or Control 502.600 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES For sabotage of transportation systems, see 161.320. Roads which lead to specific installations or sites and which are not part of a country's highway network. 506.300 BRIDGES, VIADUCTS, AND CULVERTS 506.400 TUNNELS 506.500 TERMINALS 506.900 OTHER PAGE V - 2 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 507.000 Vehicles Enter here information on vehicles which are part of a country's transportation system. For other aspects of motor vehicles, e.g., economic data, description, and research, see 654.000; equipment breakdowns and other delaying factors, 502.420. 507.100 REGISTRATION FIGURES 507.110 Commercial Vehicles 507.120 Non-Commercial Vehicles 507.300 OBSOLESCENCE, REPLACEMENT, RETIREMENT 507.400 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR FACILITIES AND TECHNIQUES AND FUELING FACILITIES 507.410 Workshops, Garages, Repair Plants 507.420 Fueling Facilities 509.000 Freight and Passenger Terminals and Facilities For inter-urban services, see 582.140. 509.100 FREIGHT AND CARGO HANDLING PRACTICES AND TECHNIQUES 510.000 Operations; Traffic Description and Data Do not index fragmentary statistical data concerning cargo tonnage or passenger figures of one or several trucks or buses. Enter here compiled data for a specified period (day, week, month, etc.). Area Rule for international traffic (except 510.300): Primary Areas are origin of traffic and/or nationality of carrier; Secondary Area is destination of traffic. For international trade of specific products, combine subject modifier 066 preceding Chapter Vl with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For military transportation data, see 512.000 Rates, Fares, and Schedules 512.100 RATES AND FARES 512.110 Passenger Fares 512.120 Freight Rates 512.200 SCHEDULES 512.210 Passenger 512.220 Freight 513.000 Non-Motorized Highway Trans- portation System Including bicycles, carts, etc. C. RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION For transportation personnel, combine subject modifier 009 with the subjects in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 517.000 General 517.100 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT 517.200 STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT AND GENERAL CONDITION OF RAILWAY SYSTEM 517.210 Relative Importance and Relationship to Other Forms of Transport 517.300 ADMINISTRATION Including government and management attitudes and policies. For Ministry of Railroads, see 115.643; government transportation planning, 481.250. 517.310 Regulation and Control; Laws, Legislation, and Decrees 517.320 Budgeting and Financing 517.330 International Cooperation and Agreements Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 517.410 Bottlenecks 780.100. Including land forms, climatic factors, etc. 510.100 PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS AND DESCRIPTION 517.420 Equipment Breakdowns and Other Dela ing Factors y 510.200 FREIGHT TRAFFIC STATISTICS AND DESCRIPTION 517.500 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE Including mobilization capabilities of equipment and personnel. 510.300 ACCIDENTS Area Rule for accidents in international traffic: Primary Area is nationality of carrier; Secondary Area is location of accident. 517.510 Degree of Military Operation or Control For military operation or control of terminals or facilities, see 524.001. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 P4 GE V - 3 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 General Continued) 521.000 Construction, Maintenance, and 517.600 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES Repair. of Lines, Terminals, and For sabotage of transportation systems, see Railway Structures 161.320. For railway engineering, see 363.150; structural 517.610 Vulnerability engineering, 363.350. 517.620 Security Measures 518.000 Companies (Government and 521.100 CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT For other aspects of construction and maintenance Private) equipment, e.g., economic data and research, see 655.230 and 655.410. 519 .000 Railway Networks 521.200 LINES 519.100 DESCRIPTION OF LINES AND ROUTES 519.110 Spur Lines (Feb. 61) 519.120 Sidings (Dec.65) 519.200 TRAFFIC CAPACITY OF LINES AND ROUTES 519.300 RAILWAY MILEAGE, DENSITY, AND GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION 519.400 DESCRIPTION OF RAILWAY STRUCTURES 519.410 Bridges, Viaducts, and Culverts 519.420 Tunnels 519.430 Ferries 519.490 Other 519.500 INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS Area Rule: both countries bordering on an international connection are Primary Areas. For border controls, see 157.630. 519.510 Gauge Changes and Transloading Points For change of gauge within a country, see 579.670. 519.610 Gauge Including changes of gauge within country. For international gauge changes, see 519.510. 519.620 Ballast 519.630 Rails and Accessories 519.640 Ties 519.650 Grades and Curves 519.700 ELECTRIFICATION 521.210 Spur Lines (Feb. 61) 521.220 Sidings (May 66) 521.300 BRIDGES, VIADUCTS, AND CULVERTS 521.400 TUNNELS 521.500 TERMINALS 521.900 OTHER 522.000 Locomotives and Rolling Stock Enter here information on railway equipment which is part of a country's transportation system. For other aspects of railway equipment, e.g., economic data, description, and research, see 655.000; equipment breakdowns and other delaying factors, 517.420. 522.100 INVENTORY 522.110 Locomotives 522.120 Freight Cars 522.130 Passenger Cars 522.140 Special Purpose Equipment Including hand cars, armored equipment, etc. 522.300 OBSOLESCENCE, REPLACEMENT, RETIREMENT 522.310 Locomotives 522.320 Rolling Stock 522.400 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR FACILITIES AND TECHNIQUES AND FUELING FACILITIES 522.410 Maintenance and Repair Facilities and Techniques Including workshops, repair plants. 519.800 SIGNALING SYSTEM (E.G., SEMAPHORE) For railroad electronic communications, see 589.600. 524.000 Freight and Passenger Terminals and Facilities 524.001 MILITARY OPERATION OR CONTROL (Feb. 61) PAGE V - 4Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Freight and Passenger Terminals and Facilities (Continued) 524.100 FREIGHT AND CARGO HANDLING PRACTICES AND TECHNIQUES 531.300 ADMINISTRATION Including government and management attitudes and policies. For Ministry of River Fleet, see 115.649; government transportation planning, 481.250. 525.000 Operations; Traffic Description and Data Do not index fragmentary statistical data concerning cargo tonnage or passenger figures of one or several trains. Enter here compiled data for a specified period (day, week, month, etc.). Area Rule for international traffic (except 525.300): Primary Areas are origin of traffic and/or nationality of carrier; Secondary Area is destination of traffic. For international trade of specific products, combine subject modifier 066 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For military transportation data, see 780.200. 525.100 PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS AND DESCRIPTION 525.200 FREIGHT TRAFFIC STATISTICS AND DESCRIPTION 525.300 ACCIDENTS Area Rule for accidents in international traffic: Primary Area is nationality of carrier; Secondary Area is location of accident. 527.000 Rates, Fares, and Schedules 527.100 RATES AND FARES 527.110 Passenger Fares 527.120 Freight Rates 527.200 SCHEDULES 527.210 Passenger 527.220 Freight D. INLAND WATERWAY TRANSPORTATION For transportation personnel, combine subject modifier 009 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 531.000 General 531.100 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT 531.200 STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT AND GENERAL CONDITION OF THE WATERWAY SYSTEM 531.210 Relative Importance and Relationship to Other Forms of Transport 531.310 Regulation and Control; Laws, Legislation, and Decrees 531.320 Budgeting and Financing 531.330 International Cooperation and Agreements Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 531.400 OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OF SYSTEM 531.410 Bottlenecks Including land forms, climatic factors, etc. 531.420 Equipment Breakdowns and Other Delaying Factors 531.500 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE Including mobilization capabilities of equipment and personnel. 531.510 Degree of Military Operation or Control For military operation or control of inland ports, see 538.001. 531.600 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES For sabotage of transportation systems; see 161.320. 531.610 Vulnerability 531.620 Security Measures 532.000 Companies (Government and Private) 533.000 Inland Waterway Networks For international maritime waterways, see 547.100. 533.100 DESCRIPTION OF WATERWAYS For river, canal, and waterway studies, see 337.330. 533.300 WATERWAY MILEAGE, DENSITY, AND GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION 533.400 DESCRIPTION OF WATERWAY STRUCTURES Including locks, aqueducts, safety gates, levees, jetties, tunnels, etc. 533.500 INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS Area Rule: both countries bordering on an international connection are Primary Areas. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 WAGE V - 5 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Inland Waterway Networks (Continued) 533.600 NON-ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION AIDS Including buoys, signal lights, channel markers, etc. For maritime radio system, see 589.400; maritime radar system, 593.200. 535.000 Construction, Maintenance, and Repair of Waterways, Waterway Structures, and Inland Ports For port and harbor engineering, see 363.200; waterway and reclamation engineering, 363.250. 535.100 CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT For other aspects of construction and maintenance equipment, e.g., economic data and research, see 633.290 and 633.300. 535.200 WATERWAYS For international maritime waterways construction, see 547.130. 536.000 Ships, Barges, Tugs, Tankers, etc. Enter here information on inland waterway vessels which are part of a country's transportation system. For other aspects of inland waterway vessels, e.g., economic data, description, and research, see 656.000. For equipment breakdowns and other delaying factors, see 531.420. 536.300 OBSOLESCENCE, REPLACEMENT, RETIREMENT 536.400 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR FACILITIES AND TECHNIQUES Including dry-docks, floating-docks, etc. For naval repair facilities, see 790.200. 536.450 Salvage Operations (Feb. 64) For salvage operations to clear waterways or harbors, see 535.000; salvage as an aspect of military tactics and operations, 744.470. 538.001 MILITARY OPERATION OR CONTROL (Feb. 61) 538.100 VULNERABILITY, SECURITY MEASURES 538.200 CLEARANCE FACILITIES 538.250 LANDING AND MOORING FACILITIES 538.300 CARGO HANDLING FACILITIES Including cranes and other mechanical and non-mechanical devices. 538.310 Cargo Handling Practices and Efficiency 538.350 PORT TOPOGRAPHIC AND HYDROGRAPHIC DATA Including size, shape, depths, tides, etc. For hydrology, see 331.000. 538.400 FUELING AND SERVICING FACILITIES AND TECHNIQUES (BUNKERING) 538.450 STORAGE FACILITIES Including warehouses, refrigerated warehouses, petroleum and other tank storage, etc. 538.550 RAIL, ROAD, AND WATERWAY FACILITIES AND CONNECTIONS 538.900 OTHER (Nov. 61) 539.000 Operations; Traffic Description and Data Do not index fragmentary statistical data concerning cargo tonnage or passenger figures of one or several vessels. Enter here compiled data for a specified period (day, week, month, etc.). Area Rule for international traffic (except 539.400): Primary Areas are origin of traffic and/or nationality of carrier; Secondary Area is destination of traffic. For international trade of specific products, combine subject modifier 066 preceding Chapter V1 with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For military transportation data, see 780.300. 538.000 Inland Ports and Terminal Facilities An inland port is one which handles primarily inland river, canal, or lake traffic. Information on ports which handle primarily maritime traffic should be entered under maritime ports even though the port may be located on a waterway some distance from the sea. For maritime ports, see 557.000; construction, maintenance, and repair of inland ports and harbors, 535.400. 539.100 PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS AND DESCRIPTION 539.200 FREIGHT TRAFFIC STATISTICS AND DESCRIPTION 539.400 ACCIDENTS Area Rule for accidents in international traffic: Primary Area is nationality of carrier; Secondary Area is location of accident. PAGE V - 6 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003001500014MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 541.000 Rates, Fares, and Schedules 541.100 RATES AND FARES 541.110 Passenger Fares 541.120 Cargo Rates 541.200 SCHEDULES 541.210 Passenger 541.220 Freight E. MERCHANT MARINE For transportation personnel, combine subject modifier 009 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 545.510 Degree of Military Operation or Control For military operation or control of maritime ports, see 551.001. 545.600 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES For sabotage of transportation systems, see 161.320. 545.610 Vulnerability 545.620 Security Measures 546.000 Companies (Government and Private) 545.100 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT 545.200 STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT AND GENERAL CONDITION OF THE MERCHANT MARINE 545.210 Relative Importance and Relationship to Other Forms of Transport 545.300 ADMINISTRATION Including government and management attitudes and policies. For Ministry of Merchant Marine, see 115.647; government transportation planning, 481.250. 545.310 Regulation and Controls; Laws, Legislation, and Decrees 545.320 Budgeting and Financing 545.330 International Cooperation and Agreements Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. For harbor agreements, see 557.100; international maritime waterway and canal agreements, 547.110; international maritime low, 121.120. 545.340 Regulation of Foreign Shipping (Oct. 65) Area Rule: Primary Area is regulating country; Secondary Area is country being regulated. 545.400 OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OF SYSTEM 547.000 Routes Area Rule for international routes: Primary Area is nationality of the shipping firm; Secondary Area is destination of the route. 547.100 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME WATERWAYS, CANALS (SUEZ CANAL, ETC.) Area Rule: both the country through which the waterway passes and the waterway itself (if area code for it exists) are Primary Areas. 547.110 Treaties and Agreements Area Rule: all countries involved in treaties or agreements are Primary Areas. 547.120 Strategic Value to Other Countries Area Rule: Primary Areas are the country through which the waterway passes and the waterway itself (if area code for it exists); Secondary Area is country to which waterway is of value. For strategic value of a country to other countries, see 701.530. 547.200 NON-ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION AIDS AND SIGNALING DEVICES For maritime radio system, see 589.400; maritime radar system, 593.200. 545.410 Bottlenecks 547.210 545.420 Including lack of merchant ships, harbor facilities, etc. Equipment Breakdowns and Other Delaying Factors 547.220 545.500 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE Including mobilization capabilities of equipment and personnel. Non-Electronic Aids and Signaling Devices Including buoys, signal lights, channel markers, etc. Publications Including notice to mariners, sailing directions, MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001 44GE V - 7 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 549.000 Ships Enter here information on merchant vessels which are part of a country's merchant marine system. For other aspects of merchant vessels, e.g., economic data, description, and research, see 656.600; equipment breakdowns and other delaying factors, 545.420. 549.100 INVENTORY 549.110 Cargo Vessels 549.120 Tankers 549.130 Passenger Vessels 549.190 Other 549.300 OBSOLESCENCE, REPLACEMENT, RETIREMENT 549.400 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR FACILITIES AND TECHNIQUES Including dry-docks, floating-docks, etc. For shipyards, combine subject modifiers applicable to facilities with 656.000; naval repair facilities, 790.200. 549.450 Salvage Operations (Feb. 64) For salvage operations to clear waterways or harbors, see 552.000; salvage as an aspect of military tactics and operations, 551.310 Cargo Handling Practices and Efficiency 551.350 PORT TOPOGRAPHIC AND HYDROGRAPHIC DATA Including size, shape, depths, tides, breakwaters, etc. For hydrology, see 331.000. 551.400 FUELING AND SERVICING FACILITIES AND TECHNIQUES (BUNKERING) 551.450 STORAGE FACILITIES 551.460 Covered Storage: Transit Sheds and General Warehouses 551.470 Cold Storage Facilities 551.480 Tank Storage Facilities 551.490 Other 551.550 RAIL, ROAD, AND WATERWAY FACILITIES AND CONNECTIONS 551.600 HARBOR CRAFT 551.900 OTHER (Nov.61) 551.910 Marinas (May 63) Including fishing and clandestine landing basins. 552.000 Construction, Maintenance, and 744.470. Repair of Ports and Harbors 549.500 CHARTERING OF FOREIGN SHIPPING For port and harbor engineering, see 363.200. Area Rule: Primary Area is country chartering 552.100 CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE ships; Secondary Area is country whose ships are being chartered. 551.000 Harbors, Seaports, Terminal EQUIPMENT For other aspects of construction and maintenance equipment, e.g., economic data and research, ' see 633 290 and 633 300 Facilities . . . For inland ports, see 538.000. 551.001 MILITARY OPERATION AND CONTROL (Feb. 61) 551.100 INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND AGREEMENTS Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 551.200 PORT OF ENTRY PROCEDURES AND REGULATIONS 551.250 LANDING AND MOORING FACILITIES Including wharves, piers, quays, berths. 551.300 CARGO HANDLING FACILITIES Including cranes and other mechanical and non-mechanical devices. 553.000 Operations; Traffic Description and Data Do not index fragmentary statistical data concerning cargo tonnage or passenger figures of one or several vessels. Enter here compiled data for a specified period (day, week, month, etc.). Area Rule for international traffic (except 553.400 and 553.600): Primary Areas are origin of traffic and/or nationality of carrier; Secondary Area is destination of traffic. For international trade of specific products, combine subject modifier 066 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For military transportation data, see 780.300. 553.200 PASSENGER TRAFFIC STATISTICS AND DESCRIPTION PAGE V - 8 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Operations; Traffic Description and Data (Continued) 553.300 SHIPPING TRAFFIC STATISTICS AND DESCRIPTION 553.400 PAPERS CARRIED BY COMMERCIAL VESSELS Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of vessel; no Secondary Area needed. 553.500 IRREGULAR AND CLANDESTINE TRAFFIC 553.600 560.420 Equipment Breakdowns and Other Delaying Factors 560.500 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE Including mobilization capabilities of equipment and personnel, use of military pilots on commercial flights. 560.510 Degree of Military Operation or Control ACCIDENTS Area Rule for accidents in international traffic: Primary Area is nationality of carrier; Secondary Area is location of accident. 560.600 For military operation or control of civil airfields, see 567.001. VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES For naval accidents, see 744.490. For sabotage of transportation systems, see 555.000 Rates, Fares, and Schedules 555.100 RATES AND FARES 555.110 Passenger Fares 555.120 Cargo Rates 555.200 SCHEDULES 555.210 Passenger 555.220 Freight F. CIVIL AVIATION 161.320. 560.610 Vulnerability 560.620 Security Measures 561.000 Companies (Government and Private) 562.000 International Operations; Inter- national Air Policy For international aerial rights, see 121.130. For transportation personnel, combine subject modifier 009 562.100 INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. AGREEMENTS For military aviation, see various subject subdivisions in Including negotiations. Chapter V11. 560.000 General 562.200 Area Rule: all countries involved are Primary Areas. REGULATION OF FOREIGN AIRLINES 560.100 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT AND AIRCRAFT 560.200 STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT AND GENERAL Area Rule: Primary Area is regulating country; Secondary Areas are countries being regulated. CONDITION OF THE CIVIL AIR SYSTEM 560.210 Relative Importance and Relationship to Other Forms of Transport 560.300 ADMINISTRATION Including government and management attitudes and policies. For Ministry of Civil Aviation, see 115.645; government transportation planning, 481.250. 560.310 Regulation and Control; Laws, Legislation, and Decrees 560.311 Air Traffic Control System (May 62) For airfield air traffic control, see 567.140. 560.320 Budgeting and Financing 560.400 OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OF SYSTEM 560.410 Bottlenecks Including inadequate air facilities, climatic factors, etc. 562.210 Air Corridors 563.200 INTERNATIONAL Area Rule: Primary Area is geographic headquarters of airline; Secondary Areas are destinations of routes. 563.300 NON-ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION AIDS AND SIGNALING DEVICES Including flashing and rotating light beacons. For aeronautical radio system, see 589.500; aeronautical radar system, 593.300; aeronautical charts, 333.734. 563.310 Publications (May 63) Including notices to airmen (NOTAM's), aeronautical information publications (AIP's), radio aids to navigation. MARCH 1967 PAGE V- 9 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 565.200 UTILIZATION OF AIRCRAFT Including work hours per month per aircraft between overhauls and engine changes. Enter here information on aircraft which ore part of a country's civil aviation system. For other aspects of civil aircraft, e.g., economic data, description, and research, see 657.000; equipment breakdowns and other delaying factors, 560.420. 567.130 Administration Building (May 62) Including terminals not specified. 567.140 Operations Buildings and Control Towers (May 62) Including traffic control. For civil aviation air traffic control system, see 560.311. 567.150 Hangars (May 62) For maintenance and repair facilities, see 565.410. 567.160 Lighting (May 62) Including obstruction lights. 567.170 Meteorological Facilities and Service (May 62) 567.180 Foreign Terminal Facilities (May 62) Area Rule: Primary Area is location of facility; Secondary Area is country using facility. For foreign maintenance arrangements, see 565.412. 565.250 FUEL CONSUMPTION FACTORS (May 63) 565.300 OBSOLESCENCE, REPLACEMENT, RETIREMENT 565.400 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR FACILITIES AND TECHNIQUES, AND FUELING FACILITIES 567.190 Other (May 62) 567.200 PRIVATE AIRFIELDS 567.300 HELIPORTS 565.410 Maintenance and Repair Facilities and Techniques For military heliports, see 791.050. 567.900 OTHER (Nov. 61) 565.411 Parts Supply 565.412 Foreign Maintenance Arrangements Area Rule: Primary Area is geographic headquarters of airline; Secondary Area is country performing maintenance and/or granting maintenance facilities. 565.420 Fueling Facilities 565.500 CHARTERING OF FOREIGN AIRCRAFT (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country chartering foreign aircraft; Secondary Area is country whose aircraft are chartered. For domestic chartering of aircraft, see 569.100. 567.000 Airfields and Airports (Non- Military) For military airfields, see 791.060; military seaplane stations, 791.020; airfields associated with a special activity, 791.300. 567.001 MILITARY OPERATION OR CONTROL (Feb. 61) 567.002 AIRFIELD APPROACH OBSTRUCTION (May 63) 567.100 CIVIL AIRFIELDS 567.110 Cargo Handling Practices, Efficiency, and Facilities 567.120 Passenger Handling Practices, Efficiency, and Facilities (Feb. 61) 568.000 Construction, Maintenance, and Repair of Airfields and Airfield Facilities For airport and airfield engineering, see 363.300. 568.100 CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT For other aspects of construction and maintenance equipment, e.g., economic data and research, see 633.300. 569.000 Specialized Civil Aviation Services and Uses 569.100 CHARTERING SERVICES For chartering of foreign aircraft, see 565.500. 569.200 AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY USES Including crop dusting. 569.300 SCIENTIFIC USES (MAPPING, ETC.) For surveying techniques, see 333.713. 569.400 POLAR AVIATION 569.500 HELICOPTER SERVICES, GENERAL (May 62) 569.600 MERCY MISSIONS AND DISASTER RELIEF (May 62) 569.610 Military Operations (May 62) 569.900 OTHER PAGE V - 1 approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 570.000 Private Flying, Gliding 573.000 Rates, Fares, and Schedules 570.100 TRAINING SCHOOLS AND AERONAUTICAL 571.100 RATES AND FARES SCHOOLS 571.110 Passenger Fares 570 200 CLUBS (Ma 62) . y 573.120 Freight Rates For military and militarized societies and 573 200 SCHEDULES clubs, see 739.500. . 573 210 Passenger 570.210 Aeronautical (May 62) . 573 220 Freight 570.220 Rocket (May 62) . 570.300 PARACHUTING (May 62) For military or paramilitary parachute training, see 773.400. 570.400 GLIDING (May 62) For military or paramilitary glider training, see 775.160. 571.000 Operations; Traffic Description and Data Do not index fragmentary statistical data concerning cargo tonnage or passenger figures of one or several aircraft. Enter here compiled data for specified period (day, week, month, etc.). Area Rule for international traffic (except 571.300 and 571.500): Primary Areas are origin of traffic and/or nationality of carrier; Secondary Area is destination of traffic. For international trade of specific products, combine subject modifier 066 preceding Chapter Vl with the appropriate commodities listed therein. For military transportation data, see 780.400. 571.300 PAPERS CARRIED BY COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of aircraft; no Secondary Area needed. 571.310 Pilot Logs (Feb. 61) For military aviation pilot logs and military aircraft manuals, see 742.300. 571.320 Aircraft Operating Instructions (Feb. 61) Including manuals, etc. G. PIPELINES AND MISCELLANEOUS TRANS- PORTATION SYSTEMS 577.000 Petroleum and Liquefied Petroleum Products Area Rule for international pipelines: all countries through which pipeline passes are Primary Areas; if no countries are specified, broad geographic area involved is Primary Area; no Secondary Area needed. For petroleum and petroleum products, see 628.200. 578.000 Natural and Manufactured Gas Area Rule for international pipelines: see 577.000. For natural and manufactured gases for industrial and consumer use, see 628.400. 580.000 Water Area Rule for international pipelines: see 577.000. For water as a commodity, see 619.985; water control and supply system, 271.330. 582.000 Miscellaneous Transportation Systems 582.100 URBAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS 582.110 Intro-City Bus and Streetcar Services and Facilities 571.500 ACCIDENTS 582.120 Intro-City Subway Services and Facilities Area Rule for accidents in international traffic: 582.130 Intro-City Taxi Services and Facilities Primary Area is nationality of carrier; Secondary Area is location of accident. 582.140 Inter-City Services (May 63) For military aircraft accidents, see 744.950. For bus terminals, see 509.000. MARCH 1967 PAGE V - 11 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Miscellaneous Transportation Systems (Continued) 585.000 General 582.200 CABLEWAYS Including telpher lines. 585.100 HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT 582.300 CONVEYER SYSTEMS For conveying equipment, see 631.180. 585.200 STATUS OF DEVELOPMENT; OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY 582.400 PRIMITIVE AND PIONEER Including canoe, walking trails, etc. 585.300 ADMINISTRATION, ORGANIZATION For Ministry of Communications, see 115.653; 582.900 OTHER government communications planning, 481.250. H. COMMUNICATIONS, ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS Subject Modifiers: To distinguish military communication and electronic systems and to specify order of battle and tables of organization and equipment, combine the subject modifiers listed below with any of the subjects in the 585.000-598.900 sections. 135 Military in General 140 Army 145 Navy 150 Air Force 151 Rocket Forces (May 63) 153 Civilian Police (May 66) 155 Marines and Naval Infantry (July 64) 157 Coast Guard (July 64) 159 Reserves (July 64) 161 Border (Frontier) and Coastal Guards (July 64) 163 Interior Guards (July 64) 165 Militia, National Guards (July 64) 167 Unconventional Forces (Guerrillas, Partisans, etc.) (July 64) 169 Military and Militarized Societies, Clubs (July 66) 180 Order of Battle 181 Tables of Organization and Equipment 182 Combat Effectiveness (July 66) This section is limited to systems, both military and non- military. Therefore, subjects of military signal interest, e.g., tactics, organization, are entered here rather than in Chapter VII. All other military aspects and all economic and research aspects of communications and electronic equipment are entered in 666.000 et seq. For astronautic vehicle guidance equipment, see 662.000 section; audio-surveillance of nationals as an aspect of internal security, 157.361; audio-surveillance of foreigners in country, 157.851; economic and research aspects of communications and navigation equipment and electronics devices, 666.000 et seq.; Communist party communications system, 135.261; electronics research, 371.300; guided missile guidance equipment, 688.300; intelligence communications bureaus and components, 159.170; intelligence communications system, 159.750; international communications organizations and conferences, 183.165; military communication depots, 787.300; Ministry of Communications, 115.653. 585.310 Regulation and Control; Laws, Legislation, and Decrees 585.320 Budgeting and Financing 585.330 International Cooperation and Agreements Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 585.340 Companies 585.400 OPERATING PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES; TACTICS 585.500 MANPOWER, MILITARY For non-military communication system personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 585.510 Training Including non-specialized signal corps training. Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 585.600 NETWORKS, COMMUNICATION CENTERS Including filter centers. Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For antenna farms, see 589.002. 585.610 Stations, Sites (Feb. 61) 585.620 Maintenance and Construction (Feb. 61) 585.630 Power Sources (Feb. 61) 585.640 Networks Utilizing Communications Satellites (Jan. 67) For communications satellites, see 662.300. 585.700 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES (Feb. 61) For sabotage of communication systems, see 161.310. 585.800 ADAPTABILITY OF MILITARY USE (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. PAGE V - 12 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 586.000 Postal 586.100 ADMINISTRATION, ORGANIZATION, OPERATING PROCEDURES Including attitudes and policy of government, finance, military tactics, etc. For Ministry of Communications, see 115.653; government communications planning, 481.250; postal censorship, 157.550. 586.110 International Cooperation and Agreements Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 586.120 Services Utilizing Rockets or Missiles (May 63) For mail rockets or missiles, see 688.000, et seq. 586.130 Postal Services (Jan. 67) 586.200 TRAFFIC DATA AND SCHEDULES, DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN Area Rule: in the case of foreign traffic, the Primary Area is the geographic headquarters of the postal system; Secondary Area is destination of traffic. 586.300 STATIONS, SITES 586.400 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES For sabotage of communication systems, see 161.310. 587.000 Telephone 587.100 ADMINISTRATION, ORGANIZATION, OPERATING PROCEDURES Including attitude and policy of government, finance, military tactics, etc. For Ministry of Communications, see 115.653; government communications planning, 481.250. 587.110 International Cooperation and Agreements Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 587.120 Companies 587.200 MANPOWER, MILITARY For non-military communications system personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 587.210 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 587.400 TRAFFIC DATA AND SCHEDULES, DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN Area Rule: in the case of foreign traffic, the Primary Area is the geographic headquarters of the telephone system; Secondary Area is destination of traffic. 587.500 NETWORKS Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 587.510 Stations, Sites 587.520 Maintenance and Construction 587.530 Power Sources For electric power plants, see 630.110. 587.600 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES For sabotage of communication systems, see 161.310. 587.700 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. 588.000 Telegraph 588.100 ADMINISTRATION, ORGANIZATION, OPERATING PROCEDURES Including attitude and policy of government, finance, military tactics, etc. For Ministry of Communications, see 1 15.653; government communications planning, 481.250. 588.110 International Cooperation and Agreements Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 588.120 Companies 588.200 MANPOWER, MILITARY For non-military communication system personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 of seq. 588.210 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400, non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 588.400 TRAFFIC DATA AND SCHEDULES, DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN Area Rule: in the case of foreign traffic, the Primary Area is the geographic headquarters of the telegraph system; Secondary Area is destination of traffic. MARCH 1967 PAGE V - 13 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Telegraph (Continued) 588.500 NETWORKS Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 588.510 Stations, Sites 588.520 Maintenance and Construction 588.530 Power Sources For electric power plants, see 630.110. 588.600 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES For sabotage of communication systems, see 161.310. 588.700 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. 589.000 Radio, Including Navigation Radio 589.001 UNIDENTIFIED ANTENNAS (Feb. 61) 589.002 ANTENNA FARMS (Feb. 61) 589.100 BROADCASTING Radio transmission intended for general reception, e.g., commercial radio. 589.110 Administration, Organization Including attitude and policy of government, finance, etc. For Ministry of Communications, see 115.653; government communications planning, 481.250. 589.111 International Cooperation and Agreements Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements ore Primary Areas. 589.131 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 589.151 Stations, Sites 589.152 Maintenance and Construction 589.153 Power Sources For electric power plants, see 630.110. 589.154 Networks Utilizing Communications Satellites (May 62) For communications satellites, see 662.300. 589.155 Clandestine Systems or Stations (Feb. 61) 589.157 Adaptability to Military Use (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. 589.160 Vulnerability and Security Measures For sabotage of communications systems, see 161.310. 589.170 Monitoring Area Rule for monitoring of foreign broadcasts: Primary Area is country doing monitoring; Secondary Area is country being monitored. 589.112 Companies 589.120 Operating Procedures and Techniques; Tactics 589.200 589.121 Programming 589.205 589.122 International Broadcasting Area Rule: Primary Area is geographic headquarters of broadcasting system; Secondary Area is destination of broadcast. 589.206 589.130 Manpower, Military For non-military communication system personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. Including diffusion systems, e.g., air raid warning systems. Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved-are Primary Areas. For civilian defense air raid warning systems, see 155.300. FIXED Point-to-point transmission, e.g., radio relay, microwave relay, repeater stations, etc. Administration, Organization (May 63) Including attitude and policy of government, finance, etc. International Cooperation and Agreements (May 63) Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 589.207 Companies (May 63) PAGE V - 14 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 14ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Radio, Including Navigation Radio (Continued) 589.210 Operating Procedures and Techniques; Tactics 589.220 Manpower, Military For non-military communication system personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 589.221 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 589.240 Networks Including diffusion systems, e.g., air raid warning systems. Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For civilian defense air raid warning systems, see 755.300. 589.241 Stations, Sites 589.242 Maintenance and Construction 589.243 Power Sources For electric power plants, see 630.110. 589.245 Clandestine Systems or Stations (Feb. 61) 589.247 Networks Utilizing Communications Satellites (May 63) For communications satellites, see 662.300. 589.250 Vulnerability and Security Measures For sabotage of communication systems, see 161.310. 589.255 Adaptability to Military Use (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. 589.260 Monitoring Area Rule for monitoring of foreign fixed radio: Primary Area is country doing monitoring; Secondary Area is country being monitored. 589.290 Other 589.300 AMATEUR 589.310 Operating Procedures and Techniques 589.330 Stations, Sites 589.340 Adaptability to Military Use (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. 589.390 Other 589.400 MARITIME 589.410 Administration, Organization Including attitude and policy of government, finance, etc. 589.420 Operating Procedures and Techniques; Tactics 589.430 Manpower, Military For non-military communication system personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 589.431 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 589.450 Networks Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 589.451 Stations, Sites 589.452 Maintenance and Construction 589.460 Vulnerability and Security Measures For sabotage of communications systems, see 167.310. 589.470 Adaptability to Military Use (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. 589.490 Other 589.500 AERONAUTICAL 589.510 Administration, Organization Including attitude and policy of government, finance, etc. 589.520 Operating Procedures and Techniques; Tactics 589.530 Manpower, Military For non-military communication system personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001 24~GE V - 15 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Radio, Including Navigation Radio (Continued) 589.531 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 589.550 Networks Area Rule for international connections: all 589.551 countries involved are Primary Areas. Stations, Sites 589.760 589.552 Maintenance and Construction 589.765 589.560 Vulnerability and Security Measures For sabotage of communications systems, 589.770 see 161.310. 589.570 Adaptability to Military Use (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. 589.590 Other 589.790 589.600 MOBILE, LAND Including police, military walkie talkie, railway, etc. 589.610 Operating Procedures and Techniques; Tactics 589.690 Other 589.700 RADIO TELEPHONE (Feb. 61) 589.710 Administration, Organization (Feb. 61) Including attitude and policy of government, finance, etc. For Ministry of Communications, see 115.653; government communications planning, 481.250. 589.71 1 International Cooperation and Agreements (Feb. 61) Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 589.712 Companies (Feb. 61) 589.720 Operating Procedures and Techniques; Tactics (Feb. 61) 589.730 Manpower, Military (Feb. 61) 589.731 Training (May 63) Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 589.750 Networks (Feb. 61) Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 589.751 Stations, Sites (Feb. 61) 589.752 Maintenance and Construction (Feb. 61) 589.753 Power Source (Feb. 61) For electric power plants, see 630.110. 589.755 Networks Utilizing Communications Satellites (May 63) For communications satellites, see 662.300. Vulnerability and Security Measures (Feb. 61) For sabotage, see 161.310. Adaptability to Military Use (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. Monitoring (Feb. 61) Area Rule for monitoring of foreign radio telephone: Primary Area is country doing monitoring; Secondary Area is country being monitored. Other (Feb. 61) 591.000 Television 591.100 ADMINISTRATION, ORGANIZATION Including attitude and policy of government, finance, etc. For Ministry of Communications, see 115.653; government communications planning, 481.250. 591.110 International Cooperation and Agreements Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 591.120 Companies 591.200 OPERATING PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES; TACTICS 591.210 Programming 591.220 International Broadcasting Area Rule: Primary Area is geographic headquarters of television system; Secondary Area is destination of broadcast. 591.300 MANPOWER, MILITARY For non-military communication system personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 591.310 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. MARCH 1967 PAGE V - 16 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Television (Continued) 591.500 NETWORKS Including diffusion systems, e.g., battlefield surveillance. Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 591.510 Stations, Sites 591.520 Maintenance and Construction 591.530 Power Sources For electric power plants, see 630.110. 591.540 Networks Utilizing Communications Satellites (May 62) For communications satellites, see 662.300. 591.600 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES For sabotage of communications systems, see 161.310. 591.650 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. 591.700 MONITORING Area Rule for monitoring of foreign television: Primary Area is country doing monitoring; Secondary Area is country being monitored. 592.000 Distribution of Radio Receivers The number and distribution of receiving sets used by the populace. 592.100 RADIO, AURAL 593.000 Radar, Including Navigation Radar Including fire control systems, radar nets, battlefield surveillance systems, etc. For detection, location, and control systems, see 595.000. 593.110 Administration, Organization Including attitudes and policy of government, finance, etc. For Ministry of Communications, see 115.653; government communications planning, 481.250. 593.111 International Cooperation and Agreements (July 66) Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 593.120 Operating Procedures and Techniques; Tactics 593.130 Manpower, Military For non-military communication system personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 593.131 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 593.150 Networks Including diffusion systems, e.g., early warning nets. Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For civilian defense air raid warning systems, see 155.300. 593.151 Stations, Sites 593.152 Maintenance and Construction 593.153 Power Sources For electric power plants, see 630.110. 593.160 Vulnerability, Security Measures For sabotage of communications systems, see 161.310. 593.170 Adaptability to Military Use (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. 593.190 Other 593.210 Administration, Organization Including attitude and policy of government, finance, etc. For Ministry of Communications, see 115.653; government communications planning, 481.250. 593.211 International Cooperation and Agreements (July 66) Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 593.220 Operating Procedures and Techniques; Tactics MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4AGE v - 17 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Radar, Including Navigation Radar (Continued) 593.230 Manpower, Military For non-military communication systems personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 593.231 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 593.251 593.252 593.260 593.270 Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 593.331 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 593.350 Networks Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 593.351 Stations, Sites 593.352 Maintenance and Construction 593.360 Vulnerability and Security Measures For sabotage of communications systems, see 161.310. 593.370 Adaptability to Military Use (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. Stations, Sites Including-picket ship sites. For other aspects of picket ships, see 656.642. Maint n d C t ti 595.000 Detection, Location, and Control System (Feb. 61) e ance an ons ruc on For radar, see 593.000. Vulnerability and Security Measures 595.100 INFRARED (Feb. 61) For sabotage of communications systems, see 161.310. Including tracking and fire control, homing, Adaptability to Military Use (May 63) 595.110 battlefield surveillance, reconnaissance, etc. Ground Based Systems (Feb. 61) Do not use with military modifiers. 595.140 Shipborne Systems (Feb. 61) 595.170 Airborne Systems (Feb. 61) 593.310 Administration, Organization Including attitude and policy of government, finance, etc. For Ministry of Communications, see 115.653; government communications planning, 481.250. 593.31 1 International Cooperation and Agreements (July 66) Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 593.320 Operating Procedures and Techniques; Tactics 593.330 Manpower, Military For non-military communication systems personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 595.200 ACOUSTIC (Feb. 61) Including submarine detection, e.g., sonar, battlefield surveillance, etc. 595.210 Ground Based System (Feb. 61) 595.211 Hydroacoustic Systems (Underwater or Inwater Acoustics) (Mar. 66) 595.212 Aeroacoustic Systems (Acoustics in Air or Atmosphere) (Mar. 66) 595.240 Shipborne Systems (Feb. 61) 595.241 Hydroacoustic Systems (Mar. 66) 595.242 Aeroacoustic Systems (Mar. 66) 595.270 Airborne Systems (Feb. 61) 595.271 Hydroacoustic Systems (Mar. 66) 595.272 Aeroacoustic Systems (Mar. 66) 595.300 MAGNETIC (Feb. 61) Including submarine detectio , etc. PAGE V - I S Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Detection, Location, and Control Systems (Continued) 595.310 Ground Based Systems (Feb. 61) 597.430 Power Sources 61) stems (Feb borne S 340 Shi 595 110 see 630 ower lants lectric F . y p . . . p , p or e 595.370 Airborne Systems (Feb. 61) 597.500 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES 595.400 PHOTOELECTRIC (Feb. 61) For sabotage of communications systems, see 595.410 Ground Based Systems (Feb. 61) 161.310. 595.440 Shipborne Systems (Feb. 61) 597.600 ELECTRONIC INTERCEPTS 595.470 Airborne Systems (Feb. 61) 597.000 Electronic Countermeasure Sys- Analysis of signals received from known or unknown foreign electronic installations. Area Rule: Primary Area is intercepting country; tems; Electromagnetic Warfare Secondary Area is country being intercepted. Systems; Jamming and Intercept 597.700 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE (May 63) Systems Do not use with military modifiers. 597.100 OPERATING PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES; TACTICS 597.110 Deception (Feb. 61) 597.111 Decoys (Feb. 61) 597.120 Jamming (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country doing jamming; Secondary Area is country being jammed. 597.130 Counterjamming (Feb. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country doing counterjamming; Secondary Area is country being counterjammed. 597.200 MANPOWER, MILITARY For non-military communication systems personnel, combine subject modifier 004 with the subjects listed in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. 597.210 Training Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is nationality of trainees; Secondary Area is country doing training. For military schools, see 771.400; non- military communications schools, 236.271; non-military communications on-the-job training, 455.120. 597.400 NETWORKS Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 597.410 Stations, Sites 598.000 Submarine Cable (Feb. 61) 598.100 ADMINISTRATION, ORGANIZATION (Feb. 61) Including attitude and policy of government, finance, etc. For Ministry of Communications, see 175.653; government communications planning, 481.250. 598.110 International Cooperation and Agreements (Feb. 61) Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries involved in cooperation and agreements are Primary Areas. 598.120 Companies (Feb. 61) 598.200 OPERATING PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES; TACTICS (Feb. 61) 598.400 NETWORKS (Feb. 61) Area Rule for international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. 598.410 Stations, Sites (Feb. 61) 598.420 Maintenance and Construction (Feb. 61) 598.500 VULNERABILITY AND SECURITY MEASURES (Feb. 61) For sabotage, see 161.310. 598.600 ADAPTABILITY TO MILITARY USE (May 63) Do not use with military modifiers. 598.900 OTHER (Feb. 61) MARCH 1967 PAGE V - 19 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER VI 600.000 RESOURCES, COMMODITIES, WEAPONS SUBJECT MODIFIERS The subject modifiers listed below are combined with the subject codes in this Chapter to specify the various processes, actions, and activities which affect commodities or products, e.g., 049/621.225-amount of aluminum produced. In addition to these subject modifiers several sections within this Chapter have subject modifiers which are used only within the sections in which they appear. Both the subject modifiers listed below and those modifiers limited to specific sections may be combined with a single product, as necessary, e.g., production (049) and sheets (108) combined with aluminum would appear as 049/108/621.225-production of aluminum sheets. Many of these modifiers are used only when statistical data are involved, e.g., production, exports, imports, prices, manpower, etc. (For example, do not use the production modifier (049) merely to indicate that something is being produced; the amount being produced, either in specific figures or general terms, should be given.) It should be noted that the ISC provides for handling of detailed statistical data on specific products, as well as statistical data on industry in general. When data are given on specific products, the subject modifiers listed below are applied; for data on industry in general, when no specific products are involved, refer to the cross references listed after the subject modifiers. Note the inclusion of a research and development modifier (080) in this Chapter. Research on specific items is not indexed in the Chapter on science and technology; hence, Chapter III, Science and Technology; Engineering, contains no products, and is limited to scientific fields of research, organization, and processes. 020 Exploration and Prospecting Use with natural resources as appropriate. For research on prospecting methods, see 325.510. 021 Deposits and Natural Resources Use with natural resources to specify location of new deposits or amounts of deposit available for exploration. For descriptions of active mines, oil fields, etc., use modifier 025 also; natural resources as an aspect of economic self-sufficiency, 477.3 7 0. 022 (Blank) 023 (Blank) 024 Organization of Industry For industrial organization in general, and industrial organizations which are not entered in this Chapter, see 401.000 et seq. 025 Industrial Installations and Facilities Physical description of exterior and/or interior of facility, plant, or installation and/or specific pinpoint location. For pilot plants and experimental plants, see modifier 081. 026 Underground Installations For underground installations in general, see 439.200. 027 Sabotage, Safety, Security, Vulnerability For sabotage, see 161.330; industrial working conditions, 457.300. Use with both facilities and products. 028 Automation The use of electronic or mechanical devices in the production process to supervise and control the operation of machines or tools that make products, resulting in the replacement of man by machines in the supervision and operation of machines. Use with both facilities and product. For automation in general, see 437.000; automation research and development, 369.720. 029 Manpower (Labor Force) Use to specify employment figures in the various industries. For labor in general and for specific labor activities and trends, see 453.000 et seq. 030 Investments and Subsidies; Financial Interests For foreign investments, use modifier 031 instead; government control of investment, 481.350. 031 Foreign Interests and Concessions; Treaties and Agreements (Including Licensing) Except Trade Agreements Area Rule for foreign interests: Primary Area is country making investment; Secondary Area is country in which investments are made. Area Rule for concessions: Primary Area is country granting concession; Secondary Area is country receiving concession. (Continued on Next Page) MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 24+GE VI - 1 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Area Rule for treaties and agreements: all countries involved are Primary Areas. For general aspects, see 485.000 of seq.; trade agreements, 485.200; government control of investment, 481.350; licensing agreements in general, 441.000. 032 Construction, Repair, and Expansion of Facilities Including fixed equipment in plant. For construction of industrial facilities in general, see 403.100; for product maintenance and repair, use modifier 045 instead. 033 Conversion and Convertibility Use only for conversion of industries or industrial installations, e.g., conversion of an automobile plant to a tank plant. Do not use for conversion of a product to another use, e.g., conversion of a transport to a troop transport. Use modifier with both old and new installation. For industrial conversion in general, see 439.100; product modernization or modification, modifier 046. 034 Dismantling, Relocation Area Rule: when dismantling and relocation involve two countries, Primary Area is country where dismantled; Secondary Area is country where relocated. For dismantling and relocation in general, see 439.300. 035 Production Difficulties Including substandard materials, obsolete and defective machinery, labor shortage, lack of technical know-how, supply problems, etc. For production difficulties in general, see 435.210; marketing difficulties, modifier 061. 036 Abandonment, Deactivation (May 63) Abandoning or deactivating of an installation. Area Rule when abandonment and deactivation involves 2 countries: Primary Area is country where the facility is located; Secondary Area is country abandoning or deactivating. 037 Reactivation (May 63) Reactivating an installation. Area Rule when reactivation involves 2 countries: Primary Area is location of reactivated facility; Secondary Area is country reactivating. 038 (Blank) 039 Processing Actions and/or operations involved in manufacturing or assembling a product. 040 Product Specifications and Description For descriptions of manufacturing equipment observed in a plant, regardless of origin of manufacture, use modifier 025 instead; commodity specifications and standards in general, 409.110. Product Inspection and Testing For commodity specifications and standards in general, see 409.110. Input Data Including productive agents, e.g., raw materials, production costs, man-hours, etc., used in the production of an end product. Use this modifier with the end product, not with the input factors. 043 Substitutes and Synthetics For substitutes or synthetics use this modifier with the product being replaced. For synthetic fabrics, see 610.250; synthetic fibers, 619.100; synthetic petroleum products, 628.300; synthetic rubber, 619.194; synthetic rubber products, 608.200; synthetic thread and yarn, 610.150. 045 Product Maintenance, Repair, Replacement, Retirement Including military maintenance and repair. For replacement, retirement, and obsolescence of non- military transporation equipment, use instead the appropriate subject subdivisions in Chapter V. 046 Product Modernization or Modification For modernization or modification of industrial facilities, use modifiers 032 or 033 as appropriate. For product maintenance, repair, replacement, see modifier 045. 047 Performance Characteristics (May 63) Including reasons for failure to perform. 048 Malfunction (Feb. 64) Failure of equipment to perform normally due to malfunction of a part. Use only in Chapter VI on significant military and scientific equipment or systems with the faulty part, if known, and the equipment affected. 049 Production Data Including series or prototype production. For industrial production in general, see 443.100. 050 Planned and Estimated Future Production For planned production in general, see 481.000 et seq.. 051 Production Plan Fulfillment For plan fulfillment in general, see 443.200. 052 Commodity Capacity Maximum amount of a product which can be produced under ideal conditions by a plant or industry. 053 Consumption Amount consumed by productive and consumer aspects of economy. (Continued on Next Page) PAGE VI - Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 054 Requirements Including military requirements. 055 Allocations Including military allocations. 056 Shortages 057 Stockpiles and Reserves Including military stockpiles and reserves. 058 Storage Facilities For all military depots, see 787.000; general warehouse storage facilities, 403.300; port storage facilities, 538.450 and 551.450; civil airfield fuel storage, 565.420. 059 Prices Including wholesale, retail, state store. For prices in general, see 443.300; prices as an aspect of cost of living, 274.130. 060 Transportation Techniques Method of moving or shipping products from place to place. For shipping statistics, see appropriate subject subdivisions in Chapter V. 061 Marketing Difficulties Including depressions and slumps. Area Rule for foreign marketing difficulties: Primary Area is country experiencing a marketing difficulty in a foreign country; Secondary Area is country where marketing difficulty is experienced. For production difficulties, see modifier 035. 062 (Blank) 063 Procurement Including attempts to procure from domestic and foreign sources and state plans for imports. Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is procuring country; Secondary Area is country from which procurement is made or attempted. 064 Offers to Sell Including domestic and foreign efforts to sell and state plans for exports. Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country offering to sell; Secondary Area is country procuring. Note: If indexing systems need to use a combined modifier for procurement and offers to sell, use 064 for both concepts. 065 Import Data Use when product has reached 'in-transit' stage or has arrived at its destination. Area Rule: Primary Area is importing country; Secondary Area is exporting country. 066 Export Data Use when product has reached 'in-transit' stage or has arrived at its destination. Area Rule: Primary Area is exporting country; Secondary Area is importing country. Note: If indexing systems need to use a combined modifier for imports and exports, use 066 for both concepts. For foreign commerce planning, see 481.245; import- export data in general, 485.137; smuggling, 485.150. 067 Withdrawal (May 63) Withdrawing equipment and/or personnel. Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country withdrawing; Secondary Area is country from which withdrawn. 068 Profits (Oct. 65) Combine with commodities to indicate profits made in connection with the commodities or industry. Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country making profit; Secondary Area is country where located. 069 Government Policies, Laws, Legislation, and Decrees; Regulations and Controls For state plans for production, see modifier 050; state plans for imports and exports, modifiers 063 and 064. 070 (Blank) 071 (Blank) 072 Underwater (Submarine Related) (Oct. 65) Combine with commodities or objects when code is not self-explanatory as underwater related. 073 Chemical Warfare Related (Oct. 65) Combine with commodities or objects when code is not self-explanatory as CW related. For CW related communications sites or activities, combine modifier 073 with appropriate codes in Chapter V; CW related military activities, combine modifier 073 with appropriate codes in Chapter VII. 074 Biological Warfare Related (Oct. 65) Combine with commodities or objects when code is not self-explanatory as BW related. For BW related communications sites or activities, combine modifier 074 with appropriate codes in Chapter V; BW related military activities, combine modifier 074 with appropriate codes in Chapter VII. 075 Atomic or Nuclear Energy Related (May 63) Combine with commodities or objects when code is not self-explanatory as atomic energy related. For atomic energy related communications sites or activities, combine modifier 075 with appropriate codes in Chapter V, atomic energy related military activities or sites, combine modifier 075 with appropriate codes in Chapter VII. (Continued on Next Page) MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001 _*GE VI - 3 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 076 Sightings of Military Equipment Use this modifier for sightings of military equipment when no description of the equipment is given other than its identification and/or type number or when the appearance or location in a given place is significant. Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is location of equipment; Secondary Area is manufacturing or controlling country. For description or characteristics of equipment, see modifier 040; equipment order of battle, modifier 180; suspected, possible, or unusual sites and sightings, modifier 079. 077 Space Related (Sept. 62) Combine with commodities or objects when code is not self-explanatory as space related. For space related communications sites or activities, combine modifier 077 with appropriate codes in Chapter V; space related military activities or sites, combine modifier 077 with appropriate codes in Chapter VII. 078 Guided Missile Related (Feb. 61) Combine with commodities or objects when code is not self-explanatory as guided missile related. For guided missile related communications sites or activities, combine modifier 078 with appropriate codes in Chapter V; guided missile related military activities or sites, combine modifier 077 with appropriate codes in Chapter V11. 079 Possible, Suspicious, Unusual, or Suspected Sites or Sightings, Activities, or Events (Feb. 61) For possible or suspected communications sites or activities, combine modifier 079 with appropriate codes in Chapter V; possible or suspected military activities or sites, combine modifier 079 with appropriate codes in Chapter VII; unidentified non-military installations, 403.700; unidentified military installations, 793.000. 080 Research and Development Including research and development through the prototype stage. 081 Pilot Plants, Experimental Plants 105 Ores and Concentrates 619.100 and 621 Sections. 106 Refinery Shapes and Intermediates 619.100 and 621 Sections. Including crude metal, molten metal, ingots, pigs, etc. 107 Semi-Finished Shapes 619.100 and 621 Sections. Including blooms, billets, slabs, rods, sheet bars, tube rounds, skelp, casting shapes. 108 Plates, Sheets, Strips, and Foil 619.100 and 621 Sections. 109 Wire and Wire Rods 619.100 and 621 Sections. 110 Pipes and Tubes 619.100 and 621 Sections. 111 Structural 619.100 and 621 Sections. Including honeycomb structure. For fabricated structural metal and architectural metal work, see 624.050. 112 Forgings 619.100 and 621 Sections. 113 Castings 619.100 and 621 Sections. 114 Plated, Galvanized, Anodized, and Coated 619.100 and 621 Sections. 115 Powders 619.100 and 621 Sections. Including sponge and pellets. 116 Scrap 619.100 and 621 Sections. 135 Military in General 140 Army 145 Navy 150 Air Force 151 Rocket Forces (May 63) 153 Civilian Police (May 66) 155 Marines and Naval Infantry 157 Coast Guard 159 Reserves 161 Border (Frontier) and Coastal Guards 163 Interior Guards 165 Militia, National Guard 167 Unconventional Forces (Guerrillas, Partisans, etc.) 169 Military and Militarized Societies, Clubs 179 Equipment Losses, NEC (July 66) 180 Order of Battle 181 Tables of Organization and Equipment PAGE VI - 4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 A. AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, AND FISHERIES; PLANT AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS For agricultural labor, combine subject modifier 005 with the appropriate subjects in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. For agricultural and forestry sciences, see 349.000; agricultural machinery, 633.320; agricultural conditions, systems, practices, and techniques, 419.000 of seq.; botany, 345.000; extent and distribution of animal and plant life as an aspect of physical geography, 333.340 and 333.350; international agricultural organizations and conferences, 183.005; Ministry of Agriculture, 115.565; zoology, 347.000. 601.421 601.000 Agricultural Crops For agronomy, see 349.200; forming methods, 421.000; plant products, 605.000. 601.423 601.425 601.100 GRAIN (CEREAL) CROPS 601.427 601.105 Wheat 601.110 Rye 601.115 Maize (Corn) 601.120 Barley 601.125 Oats 601.130 Millet 601.135 Sorghum 601.140 Buckwheat 601.145 Rice 601.150 Kaoliang 601.190 Other 601.200 VEGETABLES, GARDEN CROPS, ORNAMENTAL FLOWERS For horticulture, see 349.300. 601.210 Vegetables 601.220 Potatoes 601.230 Melons 601.240 Pulses 601.260 Other Garden Crops 601.270 Ornamental Flowers 601.300 FRUITS, NUTS, AND BERRIES, EXCEPT OIL SEEDS AND NUTS For horticulture, see 349.300. 601.400 INDUSTRIAL (TECHNICAL) CROPS 601.401 Fiber Crops 601.403 Cotton 601.405 Hemp 601.407 Jute 601.409 Sisal 601.411 Flax 601.413 Henequin 601.415 Manila (Abaco) 601.417 Ramie 601.419 Other Including esparto and kenaf. Sugar Crops Sugar Cane Sugar Beets Other Including maple, sugar palms, etc. 601.429 Oilseed and Nut Crops 601.431 Cotton Seed 601.433 Sunflower Seed 601.435 Soybeans 601.437 Peanuts 601.439 Castor 601.441 Copra 601.443 Flaxseed 601.445 Sesame Seed 601.447 Poppy Seed 601.449 Palm Nuts and Kernels 601.451 Rapeseed 601.453 Hempseed 601.455 Other Including Kapok, Perilla, Babassu, Tung, etc. 601.457 Stimulant Crops For stimulants and beverages, see 605.400. 601.459 Tobacco 601.461 Tea 601.463 Coffee 601.465 Cacao (Cocoa) 601.467 Poppy For opium as a narcotic, see 619.230. 601.469 Cola 601.471 Chicory 601.490 Other MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4AGE VI - 5 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Agricultural Crops (Continued) 601.500 FORAGE CROPS AND OTHER FODDERS 601.510 Grasses: Meadow and Pasture 601.520 Hay 601.530 Silage 601.540 Fodder Beets and Melons 601.590 Other 601.600 SPECIAL CROPS 601.610 Spices and Condiments 601.690 Other 603.000 Animals, Live For animal care and breeding, see 423.000; animal husbandry, 349.400; animal products, 606.000. 603.100 AGRICULTURAL LIVESTOCK 603.110 Cattle and Other Large Ruminants Including Buffaloes, Yaks, Reindeer, Camels, Llamas, etc. 603.120 Hogs (Swine) 603.130 Sheep and Goats 603.140 Horses, Asses, Burros, and Mules 603.150 Poultry, Fowl 603.200 OTHER ANIMALS 603.210 Fur Bearing Animals 603.220 Birds, Except Poultry and Fowl 603.230 Insects 603.231 Bees For apiculture, see 423.200. 603.232 Silkworms For sericulture, see 423.300. 603.240 Whales 603.250 Reptiles 603.290 Other 603.300 FISH, SHELLFISH, CRUSTACEA For fishermen, combine subject modifier 005 preceding 453.000 with the appropriate subjects in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. For fishing and the economy, see 429.000; fishing marinas, 551.910. 605.000 Processed Plant Products For food products machinery, see 633.010; food technology, 343.400; forest products, 609.000; rubber and rubber products, 608.000; textiles and textile apparel, 6 10.000. 605.100 MILLED PRODUCTS Including flour, meal, breakfast cereals, etc. 605.200 BAKED GOODS Including bread, pies, etc. 605.300 CANNED, FROZEN, AND DEHYDRATED PRODUCTS For canned, frozen, and dehydrated meat products, see 606.400; food technology, 343.400. 605.400 STIMULANTS AND BEVERAGES For narcotics, see 619.230; stimulant crops, 601.457; water, 619.985. 605.410 Tobacco and Cigarettes For tobacco manufacturing machinery, see 633.430. 605.420 Coffee, Tea, and Cocoa 605.430 Soft Drinks 605.440 Beer and Wine 605.450 Distilled Spirits 605.460 Fruit Juices 605.490 Other 605.500 VEGETABLE OILS AND FATS For essential oils, see 619.970. 605.505 Cacao Butter 605.510 Coconut 605.515 Sunflower 605.520 Maize (Corn) 605.525 Cottonseed 605.530 Olive 605.535 Palm 605.540 Peanut 605.545 Soybean 605.550 Perilla 605.555 Tung 605.560 Poppy Seed 605.565 Sesame 605.570 Linseed 605.575 Castor 605.580 Oiticica 605.590 Other PAGE VI - 6 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4AARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Processed Plant Products (Continued) 606.600 ANIMAL FATS AND OILS 605.900 OTHER PROCESSED PLANT PRODUCTS 606.610 Edible Including lard, beef, and mutton tallow, etc. 605.910 Sugar 606.620 Inedible 605.920 Oleomargarine Including grease stearin, hog grease, neat's- 605.930 Confections foot oil, oleic acid, etc. 605.940 Starch 606.630 Fish and Marine Mammal Oils 605.950 Syrup 606.631 Fish Oils 606.632 Whale Oils 605.960 Sucrose 606.900 MISCELLANEOUS ANIMAL PRODUCTS 605.970 Dextrose For coral and pearls, see 623.500. 605.980 Glucose 606.910 Wool and Mohair (Unprocessed) 990 Other 605 For wool and mohair textiles, see 610.125, . 606.000 Processed Animal Products 610.130, 610.225, and 610.230. 920 Silk (Raw) 606 For food products machinery, see 633.010; food technology, 343.400. . For silk textiles, see 610.135 and 610.235. 606.930 Bristles 606.100 MEAT PRODUCTS 606.110 Beef, Veal, and Buffalo 606.120 Mutton, Lamb, and Goat 606.940 Feathers 606.950 Sponges 606.960 Honey 606.130 Pork 606.140 Poultry Meat 606.990 Other Including gelatine. 606.190 Other 606.200 DAIRY PRODUCTS AND EGGS 606.210 Milk 606.220 Butter 606.230 Cheese 606.240 Eggs 606.290 Other 606.300 FISH PRODUCTS For fish oils, see 606.630. 606.400 CANNED, FROZEN, AND DEHYDRATED For canned, frozen, and dehydrated plant products, see 605.300; food technology, 343.400. 606.500 HIDES AND SKINS 606.510 Leather and Leather Products For leather tanning and leather working machinery, see 633.450; tanning materials and extracts, 619.960. 606.511 Apparel Including footwear. For textile apparel, see 610.300. 606.520 Fur For hunting and trapping, see 403.600. 606.530 Astrakhan or Karakul Skins (Persian Lamb) 608.000 Rubber For rubber chemicals, see 619.920; rubber working machinery, 633.070. 608.100 RAW AND BASE MATERIALS Including crude latex, guayule, balata, gutta- percha, kok-saghyz, tau-saghyz, vatochnik, eukommia. For synthetic rubber, see 619.194. 608.110 Reclaimed Rubber, Natural and Synthetic 608.200 RUBBER PRODUCTS, NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC For glue, see 619.945. 608.210 Tires, Inner Tubes For tire cord, see 610.400. 608.220 Mechanical Rubber Goods Including hose, belting, packing, gaskets, etc. 608.230 Druggist Sundries (e.g., Ice Bags) 608.240 Rubber and Rubberized Piece Goods (e.g., Sheeting) 608.250 Apparel Including footwear. For textile apparel, see 610.300. 608.290 Other MARCH 1967 PAGE VI - 7 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 :CIA-RDP81 S009918000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 609.000 Forest Products For forestry practices, see 427.000; forestry research in general, 349.500; furniture, 694.100; paper and paper products, 612.000; wood chemicals, 619.930; woodworking machinery, 633.080. 609.100 LOGS; ROUND AND HEWN TIMBER Including poles, piles, pit props, firewood, posts, pulpwood, etc. 609.200 LUMBER Including rough, surfaced, and worked. 609.300 RAILROAD TIES 609.400 MILLWORK Including window and door framing, molding, etc. 609.500 VENEER AND PLYWOOD For veneer and plywood machinery, see 633.080. 609.600 CORK AND CORK PRODUCTS 609.900 MISCELLANEOUS Including boxes, ladders, etc. 610.000 Textiles and Textile Apparel For textile industries machinery, see 633.030. 610.100 THREAD AND YARN 610.235 Silk 610.240 Glass 610.245 Metallic 610.250 Synthetic For synthetic fibers and resins, see 619.100. 610.290 Other 610.300 APPAREL Including dresses, suits, hats, gloves, underclothes, etc. For leather apparel, see 606.511; rubber apparel, 608.250; military uniforms, see 691.100. 610.400 TIRE CORD For tires, see 608.210. 610.500 CORDAGE Including string, twine, rope, hawser, etc. 610.900 OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS Including sheets, tents, awnings, floor coverings (including linoleum floor coverings), etc. For first aid supplies, see 645.300. 610 105 C . otton 610.110 Jute 612.000 Paper and Paper Products 610.115 Flax, Hemp and Ramie For pulp and paper industries machinery, see , 633.050. 610.120 Other Plant Fibers 610.125 Wool 610.130 Hair (e.g., Camels Hair, Mohair) For pulpwood, see 609.100. 612.110 Wood Pulp (Mechanical and Chemical) 610.135 Silk 612.120 Rag Wastepaper and Other Pul 610.140 Glass , , p 610.145 Metallic 612.200 PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS 610.150 Synthetic For products of printing and publishing, see For nth ti fib d 694.850. sy e c ers an resins, see 619.100. 612.210 Newsprint 610.190 Other Including asbestos. 612.220 612.230 Writing, Printing, and Drawing Paper Cardboards Millboards Boxboards 610.200 WOVEN, KNITTED, OR FELTED FABRICS , , , 610.205 Cotton Corrugated Boards 612.240 Building Products 610.210 Jute 610.215 Flax, Hemp, and Ramie For non-metallic mineral building products, see 625. 100. 610.220 Other Vegetable Fibers 612.290 Other 610.225 Wool Including tissue paper, cigarette paper, 610.230 Hair (e.g., Camels Hair, Mohair) wrapping paper, waxed, coated, and gummed paper; envelopes; bags; boxes, etc. PAGE VI - 8 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 B. CHEMICALS AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL 615.160 Phenols and Polyphenols PRODUCTS 615.170 Phenols 614.000 General (May 62) Including phenol, naphthol, cresols, For chemistry and chemical engineering, see xylenols, etc. 321.000; chemical laboratory apparatus, 649.100; chemical plant machinery and 615.180 Polyhydroxy Benzenes and Similar equipment, 633.160; metals and minerals, Compounds 621.000 et seq. 614.010 REAGENTS (Jan. 67) Any substance used in a chemical reaction for 615.190 Including catechol, resorcinol, etc. ALDEHYDES AND KETONES the purpose of detecting, measuring, examining, 615 200 Aliphatic Aldeh des and Ketones or producing other substances. 614.020 INTERMEDIATES (Jan. 67) A chemical used because it is a necessary intermediate stage in the manufacture of one . 615.210 y Including acetaldehyde, formaldehyde, acetone, methyl-ethyl ketone, etc. Cyclic or more ultimate end products, such as dyes, drugs, etc. 615 220 Including cyclopentanone, furfural, etc. Aromatic 614.030 BINARY COMPOUNDS (Jan. 67) A compound made up of only two elements, in one definite molecular ratio. . 615.230 Including benzaldehyde, acetophenon, etc. Polyaldehydes and Polyketones 615.000 Organic Chemicals Including diketones, dialdehydes, etc. 615.010 HYDROCARBONS For manufactured petroleum hydrocarbon 615,240 Hydroxy-Aldehydes and Ketones Including glyoxal, etc. gases, see 628.270. 615.250 Carbohydrates 615.020 Unsaturated Aliphatics 615 260 For sugars and starches, see 605,900 et seq. Quinones 615.030 Cyclohydrocarbons Including cyclopentane, cyclohexadiene, etc. . 615.280 Other 615.040 Aromatics 615.290 ESTERS, ETHERS, OXIDES, PEROXIDES Including benzene, toluene, xylene, naphthalene, 615.300 Esters etc. 615.050 Polynuclear Hydrocarbons Including ethylacetate, methylbenzoate, benzylbenzoate, ethyl nitrate, amyl-nitrate, Including phenanthrene, etc. methyl sulfate, etc. 615.080 Other 615.310 Ethers 615.090 ALCOHOLS AND PHENOLS Including ethyl ether, benzyl ether, anisole, etc. 615.320 Oxides and Peroxides 615.100 Alcohols Includin eth l id l id 615.110 Aliphatic Alcohols g y ene ox e, propy ene ox e, benzoyl peroxide, acetyl peroxide, etc. Including ethyl alcohol, methanol, isopropyl alcohol, etc. For inorganic oxides and peroxides, see 617.310. 615.120 Cyclic Alcohols 615.350 CARBOXYLIC (ORGANIC) ACIDS, Including cyclohexanol, etc. ANHYDRIDES, AND SALTS 615.130 Aromatic Alcohols 615.360 Aliphatic Acids 615.140 Including benzyl alcohol, etc. Polyhydroxy Aliphatic Alcohols Including acetic acid, propionic acid, etc. 615.370 Aromatic Acids 615.150 Including glycols, glycerols, erythritol, glycerine, pentaerythritol, etc. Polyhydroxy Cyclic Alcohols Including benzoic, phenylacetic acids, etc. 615.380 Anhydrides Including acetic, benzoic, and mixed Including cyclohexadiol, etc. anhydrides, etc. Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Organic Chemicals (Continued) 615.610 615.390 Di- and Poly-Carboxylic Acids Including oxalic, adipic acids, etc. 615.620 615.400 Hydroxy- and Keto-Acids 615.690 615.410 Including tartaric, lactic, etc. Amino Acids 615.700 Including alanine, glycine, etc. 615.710 615.420 Carboxylic Acids With Mixed Substituents Including hydroxyketo acids, ketoamino acids, hydroxyamino acids, etc. 615.720 615.430 Organic Salts Including sodium citrate, sodium benzoate, etc. 615.730 615.450 Other 615.460 HALOGENATED COMPOUNDS For halogens, see 617.450. 615.750 615.470 Chlorinated Compounds Including ethyl chloride, chlorobenzene, etc. 615.770 615.480 Fluorinated Compounds 615.490 Including fluoroethane, benzyl fluoride, etc. Brominated Compounds Including ethyl bromide, butyl bromide, etc. 615.800 615.500 Iodinated Compounds Including ethyl iodide, propyl iodide, etc. 615.850 615.510 Mixed Halogenated Compounds 615.530 Including dichlorodifluoromethane and other freons. Other 615.540 AMINES AND OTHER NITROGEN CONTAINING COMPOUNDS For inorganic nitrogen compounds, see 617.500. 615.550 Amines: Aliphatic, Aromatic, and Mixed Including methyl-, dimethyl-, and trimethyl- 615.560 615.570 615.580 615.590 Azo, Hydrazo, Oxazo, and Related Compounds Including phenylhdrazine, azoxybenzene, etc. Urea Other Including pyridine, etc. ORGANIC COMPOUNDS CONTAINING OTHER ELEMENTS Sulfur Compounds Including thiols, sulfones, sulfoxides, sulfonates, thiophene, etc. Arsenic-Containing Compounds Including cacodyl, phenyl, arsonic acid, etc. Phosphorus Compounds Including diiso-propyl fluorophosphate, phosphines, etc. Other Organometallics Including antimonials, selenides, tellurides, zinc, magnesium-derivatives, etc. Other Non-Metal Containing Compounds Including silanes, boranes, silicones, etc. ISOPERNOIDS Including camphor, terpenes, etc. DYE CHEMICALS Including triphenylmethane and phthalein dyes, e.g., rosaniline and phenolphtholein; aniline and azo dyes, e.g., conga red and butter yellow; indigoid, anthroquinoid, and other vat dyes, e.g., indigo; sulfur and phthalocyanine dyes, e.g., monastrol blue; natural dyes; insect and vegetable dyes, e.g., cochineal and anthocyans. 617.000 Inorganic Chemicals 617.010 ALKALIES amines; propylamines; anilines; pyrrole; quinoline; etc. Nitro-Compounds and Nitroso Compounds Including nitrobenzene, nitrosobenzene, etc. 617.020 Cyanates and Isocyanates 617.030 Including ally) isocyanate, etc. For phthalocyanines, see 615.850. 617.040 Oximes, Imines, Azines Including dimethygloxime, etc. 617.050 Amides Including acetamide, benzenilide, etc. 617.060 617.080 Soda Ash Including sodium carbonate, sal soda, washing soda, anhydrous soda, calcinated soda, baking soda, bicarbonate of soda, etc. Caustic Potash and Carbonate of Potash Hydrazine and Hydrazine Compounds For hydrazine rocket fuels, see 628.530. Lime and Quick Lime Including calcium oxide, hydrated lime. Chalk (Precipitated Calcium Carbonate) For natural chalk, see 623.720. Other Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Inorganic Chemicals (Continued) 617.360 617.090 ACIDS 617.370 617.100 Sulfuric Including fuming sulfuric-oleum, oil of vitriol, sulfurous and chlorosulfuric, etc. 617.380 617.110 Hydrochloric (Muriatic) and Hypo-Chlorus 617.120 Nitric and Fuming Nitric Acid For fuming nitric acid as a rocket fuel oxidizer, see 628.540. 617.400 617.130 Chromic 617.140 Silicic 617.410 617.150 Phosphoric and Pyrophosphoric Acid 617.420 617.160 Hydrofluoric 617.440 617.170 Boric 617.190 Other 617.450 617.200 SALTS Titanium White For titanium white pigment, see 619.520. Lead Oxides, Red and White Leads For red and white lead pigment, see 619.520 Alumina For alumina abrasives, see 623.430; aluminum, 621.225. Other Including cadmium oxide, manganese dioxide, barium oxide, zinc oxide, magnesium oxide, tungsten oxide, vanadium oxide, molybdenum oxide, etc. CARBIDES Calcium Carbide Other For carbide abrasives, see 623.450. HALOGENS For organic halogenated compounds, see 615.460, rocket fuels, 628.520; war gases, 686.100. 617.210 For nitrates, see 617.540 et seq.; organic salts, 615.350; phosphates, 617.600 et seq. Sulfates, Sulfites, and Thiosulfates 617.460 Chlorine 617.470 Bromine 617.220 For ammonium sulfate, see 617.530. Chlorides, Chlorates, and Perchlorates 617.480 Fluorine 617.490 Iodine For perchlorate rocket fuels, see 628.550. 617.500 NITROGENOUS COMPOUNDS 617.230 Chromates and Bichromates For nitric acid, see 617.120; nitrogenous d fertilizers, 619.311; organic nitrogen compounds, 617.240 Fluori es 615.540. 617.250 For fluorspar, see 623.940. Bromides and Bromates 617.510 Ammonia 617.260 Iodides and Iodates 617.520 Cyanides, Cyanates, Cyanogen Compounds 617.270 Silicates 617.530 Ammonium Sulfate 617.280 Carbonates 617.540 Ammonium Nitrate and Ammonium Sulfate-Nitrate 617.300 For alkalies, see 617.010. Other 617.550 Sodium Nitrates 617 310 OXIDES AND PEROXIDES 617.570 Other Nitrates . For deuterium oxide, see 617.810; organic oxides and peroxides, 615.320; oxides of Including calcium nitrate, potassium nitrate, etc. 617.590 Other phosphorus, 617.660. 617.600 PHOSPHORUS AND COMPOUNDS 617.320 Hydrogen Peroxide For hydrogen peroxide as a rocket liquid fuel oxidizer, see 628.540. For organic phosphorus compounds, see 615.730; phosphate fertilizers, 619.312; phosphoric acid, 617.150. 617.330 Potassium and Sodium Oxides and Peroxides 617.610 Phosphorus (Yellow, Red, White) 617.340 Permanganates 617.350 Chromium Oxide For chromium oxide pigment, see 619.520. 617.620 Sodium Phosphates 617.630 Calcium Phosphates 617.640 Ammonium Phosphates MARCH 1967 PAGE VI - 11 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Inorganic Chemicals (Continued) 617.650 Phosphorus Chlorides Including trichloride, oxychloride, etc. 617.660 Oxides and Sulfides of Phosphorus Including phosphoric anhydride, etc. 617.700 GASES, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED For chemical warfare gases, see 686.100; halogens, 617.450; manufactured petroleum hydrocarbon gases, 628.270; natural and manufactured fuel gases, 628.400. 617.71 0 Oxygen 619.100 617.71 5 Nitrogen 617.72 0 Hydrogen 617.72 5 Acetylene 617.73 0 Carbon Dioxide (Dry Ice) 617.73 5 Carbon Monoxide 617.74 0 Argon 617.74 5 Helium 617.75 0 Neon 619.105 617.75 5 Ref rigerants Including dichloromonofluoromethane, trichloromonofluoromethane, dichlorodi- fluoromethane, dichlorotetrafluoroethane. For ammonia, see 617.510. 619.110 617.76 5 Other Including krypton, xenon, etc. 619.115 617.800 MISCELLANEOUS INORGANIC CHEMICALS AND COMPOUNDS 619 2 617.810 Deuterium Oxide (Heavy Water) .1 0 617.815 Sulfides For organic sulfur compounds, see 615.710; sulfides of phosphorus, 617.660. 619.125 617.825 Bleaching Powder Including chlorinated lime, calx chlorinate, hypochlorites of calcium and sodium, etc. 619.130 617.830 Carbon For carbides, see 617.410. 617.835 Activated Carbon Any form of carbon characterized by high adsorptive capacity for gases, vapors, and colloidal solids. Produced by destructive distillation of carbonaceous matter. 617.840 Carbon Black, Acetylene Black, Lamp Black, Channel Black, Furnace Black 617.845 Isotopes Including radioactive tracer isotopes, tracer atoms, tagged atoms, etc. For radioactive tracer techniques in botany, see 345.245; radioactive tracer techniques in medical therapeutics, 355.820; radioactive tracer techniques in metallurgy, 367.260; radioactive tracer techniques in zoology, 347.280. 619.000 Chemical Products, Not Elsewhere Classified SYNTHETIC FIBERS, RESINS, PLASTICS, PLASTICIZERS, ELASTOMERS Subject Modifiers: the subject modifiers listed with 621 section may be combined with any of the appropriate subjects listed in 619.100 (Feb. 64). Index also the finished products in other appropriate subject categories elsewhere in this chapter. For synthetic textiles, see 610.150 and 610.250; polymer research, 321.920. Aminos Including urea-melamine, urea-formaldehyde, melamine, formaldehyde, etc. Polyesters and Alkyds Including phthalic and maleic anhydride, sebacic acid, etc. Phenolics Including phenol-formaldehyde, phenol- furfurol, resorcinal-formaldehyde, bakelite, durez, durite, indur, resinox, etc. Polystyrene Acrylics Including acrylate, methacrylates, lucite, plexiglass, acrilex, acriloid, methacrol, orlon, etc. Cellulosics Including cellulose acetate, nitrate, butyrate, butyrate propionate, ethyl cellulose, hydroxyethyl cellulose, regenerated cellulose, carboxymethyl cellulose, cellophane, rayon, celluloid, etc. 619.135 Polyethylene, Polypropylene, and Polyformaldehyde 619.140 Polycarbonate 619.145 Vinyls Including polyvinyl chloride, polyvinyl acetate, polyvinyl chloride-acetate, polyvinyl acetals, polyvinyl alcohol, polyvinylidene chloride, igelit, saran, koroseal, geon, etc. PAGE VI - 12 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R00030015Wi-il 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Chemical Products, Not Elsewhere Classified (Continued) 619.150 Nylon (Polyamides) Including perlon. 619.155 Fluorocarbons Including fluoroethylene polymers, polytetra- fluoroethylene, polychlorotrifluoroethylene, teflon, Kel-F, etc. 619.160 Epoxies Including ethyleAe oxide resins, epoxide, ethoxy, ethoxyline, oxirane devion, epon, epocast. 619.165 Silicones Including organopolysiloxones, etc. 619.170 Other Synthetic Fibers, Resins, and Plastics Including protein plastics, e.g., zein, casein, isocyanate resins, and fibers; ion exchange resins, inorganic plastics, furane resins, cocumarone-indene, petroleum, and polyterpene resins, etc. 619.180 Plasticizers Including amyl, butyl, and octyl phthalates; tricresyl and triphenyl phosphates, camphor. 619.190 Synthetic Rubber Monomers and Synthetic Rubber For rubber chemicals, see 619.920; natural rubber, 608.000; rubber working machinery, 633.070. 619.192 Monomers Including butadiene, chloroprene, butylene, divinyl, etc. 619.194 Synthetic Rubber Including perbunan, neoprene, sovprene, thiokol, perduren, GRS. For synthetic rubber products, see 608.200. 619.200 DRUGS AND PHARMACEUTICALS For pharmacognosy, see 343.600. 619.205 Drugs Acting on Circulatory System Including heart stimulants and depressants, anticoagulants, etc. 619.210 Drugs Acting on the Respiratory System Including respiratory stimulants and depressants, expectorants, errhines, etc. 619.215 Drugs Acting on the Digestive System Including emetics, purgatives, laxatives, cathartics, stomachics, tonics, lobelia, sanguinaria, senna, etc. 619.220 Drugs Acting on Endocrine and Other Glands 619.222 Hormones Including ACTH, thyroid, insulin, cortisone, etc. 619.225 Drugs Acting on Genito-Urinary Organs Including diuretics, oxytocics, aphrodisiacs, etc. 619.230 Drugs Acting on the Nervous System Including anesthetics, narcotics, sedatives, analgesics, antispasmodics, hypnotics, anodynes, tranquilizers, etc. 619.232 Drugs Counteracting Radiation 619.235 Antipyretics, Antimalarials Including quinine, salicylic acid, ocetanalid, hydroquinone, etc. 619.240 External Agents Including antiseptics, germicides, styptics, astringents, caustics, irritants, emollients, etc. 619.245 Sulfa Drugs 619.252 Penicillin Including benzylpenicillin sodium. 619.254 Streptomycin 619.256 Chloromycetin Including synthomycin, levomycetin, chloramphenicol. 619.258 Aureomycin Including bromycin, chlortetrocycline, duomycin. 619.260 Neomycin Including kolimycin, nicerin. 619.262 Terramycin 619.264 Other Including albomycin, actinoidin, oleando- mycin, erythromycin, heliomycin, tetracycline. 619.270 Serums, Vaccines Various immunizing and diagnostic agents. 619.275 Blood and Blood Substitutes 619.280 Cancer Drugs Including antimitotic cellular poisons, cytertoxic agents, etc. 619.285 Vitamins 619.290 Patent Medicine, Non-Prescription Remedies, Dietary Supplements MARCH 1967 PAGE VI - 13 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Chemical Products, Not Elsewhere Classified (Continued) 619.300 AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS, PESTICIDES 619.311 Nitrogenous Including sodium nitrate, ammonium sulfate, ammonium nitrate, calcium cyanamide, urea mixtures, castor pomace, activated sewage sludge, garbage, manure, etc. 619.312 Phosphatic Including superphosphate, basic slag, phosphate rock, etc. 619.313 Potassic Including potassium chloride, potassium sulfate, ground tobacco stems, etc. 619.314 Mixed Fertilizers Including various nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium mixtures, e.g., bone meal, fish scrap, ammoniated superphosphates, nitrate of soda-potash, 3-15-0, 10-0-10, 0-14-7, 5-10-5, 10-6-4, etc. 619.319 Other Including soil conditioners, boron, manganese, cobalt, and copper fertilizers; plant hormones, etc. 619.320 Insecticides, Fungicides, and Miscellaneous Agricultural Chemicals 619.400 EXPLOSIVES For ammunition, see 681.075 et seq.; pyrotechnics, 686.800; special and high performance fuels, 628.500; rocket fuels, 628.520. 619.410 High Explosives, Ballistic Powders, Gun Powders Including nitrate, chlorate and Perchlorate powders; smokeless powder; TNT, RDX (hexogen), PETN, nitrocellulose compounds, nitroglycerin, dynamite, nitrated phenols, picric acid, liddite, tetrolite, amatol, ammonite, melinite, cresylite, guanidine picrate, black powder, cordite, etc. 619.420 Detonators and Primers For ammunition detonators and primers, see 681.770, 682.700, and 683.400. 619.500 PAINTS, VARNISHES, LACQUERS, PIGMENTS, AND RELATED PRODUCTS 619.510 Paints, Varnishes, and Lacquers For rust inhibitors and preventatives, see 619.915. 619.520 Pigments Including acetylene black, carbon black, lamp black, white lead, zinc oxide, lithopone, barytes, titanium oxide and dioxide, chrome yellow, iron blue, chrome green, zinc green, sienna, umbers, red iron oxide, red lead, ultramarine, etc. For carbon, see 617.830; dye chemicals, 615.850. 619.590 Other Including paint dryers and thinners, wood fillers, whiting, etc. For turpentine, see 619.932. 619.321 Insecticides 619.900 OTHER MISCELLANEOUS CHEMICAL Including arsenates, barium silicofluoride, PRODUCTS hydrocyanic acid, rotanone, pyrethrum, nicotine, larkspur anabasine, hellebore, DDT, benzene hexachloride, toxaphene, thanite, chlordane, pyrenones, methoxychlor, etc. 619.905 Catalysts, Oil Refining and Chemical Manufacturing Including silica gel; alumina; vanadium oxide; platinum; compounds of mercury, cobalt, nickel, and manganese; anhydrous aluminum chloride, boron trifluoride, 619.322 Fungicides sulfur fungicides, er fungicides Includin co hydrofluoric acid, etc. , pp g mercury fungicides, coptan, etc. 619.910 Metal Working Compounds Cutting oils and fluids, e.g., borax, carbonate 619.323 Weed Killers of sodium, vegetable and animal oils, etc. Including sodium chlorate, 2-4D, etc. 619.915 Rust Inhibitors and Preventatives 619.329 Other Including rodent poisons, disinfectants, e.g., sheep dip, etc. 619.920 Rubber Chemicals Including accelerators, antioxidants, etc. For carbon black, see 617.840. MARCH 1967 PAGE VI - 14 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Chemical Products, Not Elsewhere Classified (Continued) 619.925 Water Purifying and Softening Compounds Including boiler compounds. For wafer purifying and softening equipment, see 694.350. 619.930 Wood Chemical Products, Not Elsewhere Classified For forest products, see 609.000. 619.932 Turpentine 619.934 Rosin 619.936 Pine Oil, Pitch, and Tar 619.938 Creosote (Wood and Coal-Tar) 619.940 Other 619.945 Glue, Cement, Adhesives 619.950 Waxes, Industrial and Household 619.955 Soaps and Detergents (Surface-Active Agents); Cleaning Fluids 619.960 Tanning Materials and Extracts For leather fanning and leather working machinery, see 633.450. 619.965 Printing Inks 619.970 Toiletries and Cosmetics Including perfumes, cosmetic preparations, essential oils, hair preparations, shaving cream, dentifrices, etc. 619.975 Agricultural and Industrial Micro- Organisms and Enzymes Including fermentation bacteria, molds, enzymes, yeast, etc. For fermentation as a chemical reaction, see 321.442. 619.980 Photographic Chemicals 619.985 Water, Fresh and Distilled 619.987 Ice 619.990 Other 619.991 Specialized Coatings, NEC (May 62) For rust inhibitors and preventatives, see 619.915. C. METALS AND MINERALS For miners, combine subject modifier 006 with the subjects in the labor section, 453.000 et seq. For fuels, see 628.000; metallurgy, 367.000, mining engineering, 365.000; metalworking machinery, 631.300; metallurgical and metal working furnaces, 633.095. These modifiers are 619.100 Section. Metals Subject Modifiers: to distinguish the various metallic processing forms, the subject modifiers listed below may be combined with any of the subjects in the metals section, 621.000 et seq. 105 Ores and Concentrates 106 Refinery Shapes and Intermediates Including crude metal, molten metal, ingots, pigs, etc. 107 Semifinished Shapes Including blooms, billets, slabs, rods, sheet bars, tube rounds, skelp, casting shapes. 108 Plates, Sheets, Strips, and Foil 109 Wire and Wire Rods 110 Pipes and Tubes 111 Structural Including honeycomb structure. For fabricated structural metal and architectural metal work, see 624.050. 112 Forgings 113 Castings 114 Plated, Galvanized, Anodized, and Coated 115 Powders Including sponge and pellets. 116 Scrap Minerals which serve primarily as sources for a particular metal are listed with those metals. Minerals which have a variety of end uses, including metallic sources, are listed under non-metallic minerals. For metal products, see 624.000; metallurgical and metal melting furnaces, 633.095; metalworking machinery, 631.300. 621.100 FERROUS METALS 621.105 Iron Including hematite, magnetite, siderite, limonite, taconite, chalybite, chamosite, goethite. For pyrites, see 623.905. 621.106 Pig Iron 621.107 Conversion or Basic Iron 621.108 Foundry Iron 621.110 Steel MARCH 1967 PAGE VI - 15 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Metals (Continued) 621.115 Ferro-Alloys Alloys of iron and some other element or elements except carbon used as additives in the manufacture of ferrous metals to rid them of impurities or to impart specific properties to the finished steel. 621.130 Alloy and Special Steels 621.135 Low Alloy Steels 621.140 Corrosion Resistant, Heat Resistant, and Stainless Steels 621.145 Tool and Die Steels 621.150 Spring Steels 621.155 Electrical Steels High silicon content for manufacturing electrical equipment. 621.160 Bearing Steels 621.165 Magnetic Steels 621.170 Super Alloys Designed to withstand very high temperature; less than 50 percent iron. 621.172 Iron Base 621.174 Nickel Base 621.176 Cobalt Base 621.178 Molybdenum Base 621.180 Tungsten Base 621.182 Columbium Base 621.184 Combinations and Other Bases 621.190 Other 621.200 NON-FERROUS METALS 621.235 Antimony Including stibnite, senarmontite. 621.245 Barium For barium minerals, see 623.710. 621.255 Beryllium 621.265 Bismuth Including bismuthinite, bismutite. 621.270 Boron (May 62) For boron minerals, see 623.950. 621.275 Cadmium Including greenockite. 621.285 Calcium For calcium minerals, see 623.720. 621.295 Chromium Including chromite. 621.305 Cobalt Including cobaltite, linnaeite, smalitite. 621.315 Columbium Including niobium. 621.325 Copper Including azarite, chalcopyrite, chalcocite, covellite, cuprite, bornite, chrysocolla, malachite, melanconite. 621.327 Copper-Base Alloys (Brass, Bronze, etc.) 621.335 Fissionable Minerals and Metals 621.337 Ores 621.339 Pitchblende 621.341 Carnotite 621.345 Other 621.201 High Temperature and Heat Resistant 61) (Au t l M F 621.347 Metals g. s e a errous Non- 621.349 Uranium 621.210 Alkali Metals For alkali minerals, see 623.600. 621.351 Natural 353 621 Enriched 621.212 Cesium . 621.214 Lithium For nuclear fuels, see 628.510. 621.355 Plutonium 621.216 Potassium 621.357 Thorium 621.218 Rubidium 621.361 Other 220 621 Sodium . Including radium. 621.225 Aluminum For alumina, see 617.380; alumina abrasives, 623.430; aluminum silicate minerals, 623.925; bauxite, 623.960. 621.227 Aluminum-Base Alloys 621.365 Gallium For bauxite, see 623.960. 621.375 Germanium Including argyrodite, germantite. PAGE VI - 16 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R0003001500tWCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Metals (Continued) 621.515 Titanium w ilmenite rutile Includin 621.385 Gold . , g Including calaverite, sylvanite, tellurides. Use only for gold as a commodity. For all foreign exchange aspects, see 498 section. 621.525 621.535 Tungsten Including wolframite, huebnerite, scheelite. Vanadium Including vanadinite. 621.395 Indium 621.545 Zinc 621.405 Lead Including galena, anglesite, cerussite, Including sphalerite, calamine, smithsonite, kli it it f it i ill pyromophite. 621.407 Lead-Base Alloys Including bearing metals. n e. ran e, z nc e, w em 621.555 Zirconium 621.415 Magnesium Including magnesite, brucite. Including zircon. 621.900 Other 621.417 Magnesium-Base Alloys 621.425 Manganese Including pyrolusite, manganite, rhodochrosite, franklinite. Including strontium, tellurium, thallium, hafnium, rhenium, arsenic, etc. For arsenic minerals, see 623.955, strontium minerals, 623.730. 621.435 Mercury Including cinnabar, kleinite, metacinnabarite, montroydite, terlinguaite. 621.445 Molybdenum Including molybdenite, wulfenite. 621.455 Nickel Including millerite, niccolite. 621.457 Nickel-Base Alloys 621.465 Platinum Group Metals Including rhodium, iridium, osmium, palladium, ruthenium, etc. 621.475 Rare-Earth Metals Including cerium, lanthanum, praseodymium, terbium, yttrium, neodymium, erbium, illinium, samarium, monazite sands, scandium, promethium, europium, gadolinium, dysprosium, holmium, thulium, ytterbium, lutetium. 621.480 Silicon Use only for silicon in its pure metallic form. For silicon minerals, see 623.400 of seq. 621.485 Silver Including argentite, hessite, proustite, pyargyrite, stephanite, cerargyrite. 621.495 Tantalum 621.505 Tin Including cassiterite, stannite. 621.507 Tin-Base Alloys 623.000 Crude Nonmetallic Minerals For coal, see 628.110; petroleum, 628.210. 623.100 STONE Including granite, marble, limestone, basalt, sandstone, slate, etc. For building stone, see 625.110. 623.200 SAND AND GRAVEL, EXCEPT ABRASIVE Including building sand and gravel, glass sand, foundry sand, etc. 623.300 CLAYS AND EARTHS Including kaolin, fireclay, fuller's earth, bentonetic clays, etc. 623.400 NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL ABRASIVES 623.410 Silica Abrasives Including diatomaceous and infusorial earth, tripoli, ground sand, sandstone, etc. 623.420 Silicate Abrasives Including pumice, pumicite, garnet (except gem grade), etc. 623.430 Alumina Abrasives Including corundum and emery (except gem grade), etc. For alumina, see 617.380; aluminum, 621.225. 623.440 Carbon Abrasives Including industrial diamonds, bort, carbonado, ballas, etc. For carbon, see 617.830. MARCH b9iroved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 17 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Crude Nonmetallic Minerals (Continued) 623.450 Artificial Abrasives Including aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, steel shot, grit, tungsten carbide, hard carbide, etc. 623.490 Other Including tin oxide, crocus magnesium oxide, calcinated clays, whiting, natural chalk, etc. 623.500 GEM AND ORNAMENTAL STONES Including aquamarine, emerald, chrysoberyl, ruby, sapphire, diamond (except industrial), moonstone, garnet (except abrasive), jade, olivine, opal, amethyst, topaz, tourmaline, turquoise, zircon, onyx, satin spar, alabaster, lazurite, meerschaum, talc and steatite, coral, mother-of-pearl, pearl, cameo. For industrial diamonds, see 623.440; jewelry, 694.650. 623.600 ALKALI MINERALS For alkali metals, see 621.2 10. 623.610 Lithium Minerals Including amblygonite, lepidolite, spodumene, etc. 623.620 Sodium Minerals Including brine, rock salt, sodium nitrate, saltpeter, caliche, etc. 623.630 Potassium Minerals Including alunite, sylvite, leucite, potassium nitrate, etc. 623.700 ALKALI-EARTH MINERALS For alkali-earth metals, see 621.245, 621.285, and 621.900. 623.710 Barium Mineral Including barytes, witherite, etc. 623.720 Calcium Minerals Including Iceland spar (calcite), chalk, etc. 623.925 Aluminum Silicate Minerals Including aplife, cornwall stone, feldspar (except gem quality), kyanite, andalusite, sillimanite, nepheline syenite, pyrophyllite, topaz (except gem quality), mica, etc. 623.930 Gypsum Rock Including anhydrite. 623.935 Talcose Minerals Including talc, steatite, soapstone, serpentine, etc. 623.940 Fluoride Minerals Including fluorspar, cryolite, fluorbarite, etc. 623.945 Phosphate Minerals Including phosphate rock, apatite, etc. 623.950 Boron Minerals Including borax, boracite, priceite, colemanite, ulexite, kernite, sossolite, etc. For boron, see 621.270. 623.955 Arsenic Minerals Including arsenides, arsenite, etc. For arsenic, see 621.900. 623.960 Bauxite 623.965 Quartz Crystals 623.990 Other Nonmetallic Minerals 624.000 Metal Products, Not Elsewhere Classified For machinery, see 631.000 et seq.; transportation equipment, 654.000 et seq.; weapons, 681.000 et seq. 624.050 FABRICATED STRUCTURAL METAL AND ARCHITECTURAL METAL WORK 623.730 Strontium Minerals Including strontianite, celestite, etc. 623.900 MISCELLANEOUS NONMETALLIC MINERALS 623.905 Pyrites 623.910 Sulphur 623.915 Selenium 624.100 623.920 Asbestos 624.110 Including chrysolite, crocidolite, amosite. 624.120 Including bridge, building, and ship shapes; fences and gates; fire escapes, gratings; treads and flooring; metal doors, shutters, sash, molding, and trim; sheet metal work; grills and railings; etc. For military portable bridge and stream crossing equipment, see 697.600. STORAGE TANKS Insulated Vacuum Lined PAGE VI - 18 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150081C* 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Metal Products, Not Elsewhere Classified (Continued) 624.150 HARDWARE AND HANDTOOLS Including small power tools, hinges, locks and bolts, pulls, kick plates, anvils, awls, hammers, hand jacks, mauls, picks, garden tools, soldering irons, screw drivers, vises, wrenches, axes, bits, drills, saws, bolts, nuts, screws, washers, rivets, etc. For woodworking machinery, see 633.080. 624.200 WIRE PRODUCTS Including filter wire cloth, screening, wire fencing, nails, tacks, staples, springs, etc. 624.250 INSULATED WIRE AND CABLE 624.260 Electric Power Wire and Cable For other electrical equipment, see 636.000 et seq. 624.270 Communications, Electronic Wire and Cable For other electronic and communication components, see 678.000. 624.275 Coaxial Cable and Wave Guides 624.300 RAILWAY TRACK 624.350 KITCHEN AND HOSPITAL UTENSILS, CUTLERY AND SILVERWARE Including pots and pans, enameled products, scissors and shears, etc. 624.400 WATCHES AND CLOCKS 624.450 METAL CONTAINERS, EXCEPT STORAGE TANKS For containers for radioactive materials, see 633.205; explosive handling storage and disposal equipment, 680.100. 624.900 MISCELLANEOUS Including notions, e.g., needles; bells; chains; metal springs, e.g., leaf springs, coil springs, etc. For metal furniture and fixtures, see 694.100. 625.000 Nonmetallic Mineral Products 625.100 STRUCTURAL PRODUCTS For paper building products, see 612.240. 625.110 Building Stone Including roofing slate, blackboards, flagstones, etc. For other stone, see 623.100; sand and gravel, 623.200. 625.120 Clay Products Including brick, building tile, sewer pipe, etc. 625.130 Glass Products Including glassbricks, plate glass, window glass, laminated glass, fiberglass insulation, etc. 625.140 Cement and Concrete Including reinforced concrete. 625.150 Gypsum Products Including plaster, wall board, plaster of Paris, etc. 625.160 Mineral Wool, Except Fiberglass Including rock wool insulation, etc. 625.170 Asphalt Products Including roofing shingle, siding, flooring tile, paving materials, etc. 625.200 NONSTRUCTURAL PRODUCTS For jewelry, see 694.650. 625.210 Glass Products 625.211 Tubes and Rods 625.212 Glass Containers and Glassware Including bottles, drinking glasses, bowls, etc. 625.213 Technical and Scientific Laboratory Glassware Including beakers, test tubes, etc. 625.214 Optical Glass (May 62) For optical elements and assemblies, see 644.500. 625.220 Ceramics and Cermets, Except Refractories 625.221 Paramagnetic Materials 625.222 Semiconducting Materials For electronic semiconductor devices, see 678.100. 625.223 High Temperature Materials 625.224 Pottery Including china, table, and kitchen articles; earthenware, etc. 625.229 Other 625.230 Abrasives Including sandpaper, grinding wheels, hones, etc. 625.240 Asbestos Products Including asbestos cement products, gaskets, asbestos paper, insulation, etc. 625.250 Carbon and Graphite Basic Products, Except Refractories Including graphite electrodes, anodes, and cathodes for storage batteries, tubes, etc.; carbon and graphite electric motor brushes, etc. MARCH 1 267 PAGE VI - 19 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Nonmetallic Mineral Products (Continued) 628.200 PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM REFINERY 625.260 Mica Basic Products PRODUCTS For petroleum engineering, see 383.000; 625.270 Refractory Products petroleum pipelines, 577.000. 625.271 Clay 628.205 Oil Shale and Shale Oil Including fireclay brick, high-alumina 628.210 Petroleum (Crude Oil) brick, foundry clay, etc. 628.215 Petroleum Refinery Products 625.272 Nonclay Including graphite, magnesite brick, 628.220 Gasoline chrome brick, silica brick, refractory cements, etc. 625.280 Insulating Materials, NEC (May 62) For electrical insulators, see 637.500. 625.290 Materials With Special Properties (May 63) 625.291 Magnetic Materials (May 63) 625.292 Semiconducting Materials (May 63) For electronic semiconductor devices, see 678.100. 625.293 High Temperature Materials (May 63) 625.294 Laser Materials, NEC (July 66) 628.222 Motor Vehicle 628.224 Aviation 628.230 Gasoline Blending Agents and Additives Increase octane rating, antiknock agents, gum inhibitors, e.g., pentane, isopentane, iso-octane, hydropolymer, hydrocodimer, alkylate, pentene, amylene, diisobutylene, motor benzol, cumene, tetraethyl lead, etc. 628.240 Jet Fuels For special and high performance fuels, see 628.500. D. FUELS, FUEL PRODUCTS, AND POWER For fuel and power industry labor, combine subject modifier 007 with the appropriate subjects in the labor section, 453.000 of seq. 628.000 Fuels For geology, see 325.000; mining engineering, 365.000. 628.110 Coal Including lignite, bituminous, coking coal, and anthracite. 628.120 Peat 628.130 Coke 628.131 Coal Including metallurgical coke. 628.132 Petroleum 628.190 Other Solid Fuels For firewood, see 609.100. 628.191 Shale 628.192 Fuel Briquettes 628.245 Gas Oil, Diesel Oil, Fuel Oil 628.250 Reference Fuels Laboratory fuels used to determine octane ratings, e.g., iso-octane, triptane, cetane, normal heptane. 628.255 Lubricating Oils and Greases For metal working compounds, see 619.910. 628.260 Paraffin Wax 628.265 Asphalt and Road Oil For asphalt structural products, see 625.170. 628.270 Manufactured Petroleum Hydrocarbon Gases Including methane, ethane, ethylene, propane, propylene, butane, isobutane, butene, isobutene, propane-butane mixtures, butane-iso-butane mixtures, butane-butene mixtures, etc. For natural and manufactured gases for industrial and consumer use, see 628.400; other gases, 617.700. 628.280 Packaged or Solidified Petroleum Fuels 628.290 Other Including hydraulic fluids, petroleum and non-petroleum base. PAGE VI - 20 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015t8'1c 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Fuels (Continued) 628.300 SYNTHETIC PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 628.310 Gasoline 628.311 Motor Vehicle 628.312 Aviation 628.320 Kerosene 628.330 Jet Fuels 628.340 Gas Oil, Diesel Oil, Fuel Oil 628.350 Lubricating Oils and Greases For metal working compounds, see 619.910. 628.360 Paraffin Wax 628.390 Other 628.400 NATURAL AND MANUFACTURED GASES FOR INDUSTRIAL AND CONSUMER USE Including gases for heating, cooking, industrial furnace firing, etc. For gas pipelines, see 578.000. 628.420 Manufactured Gas Including blast furnace gas, coal gas, coke- oven gas, producer gas, water gas, etc. For manufactured petroleum hydrocarbon gases, see 628.270; other gases, 617.700. 628.500 SPECIAL AND HIGH PERFORMANCE FUELS, EXOTIC FUELS For jet fuels, see 628.240. Radioactive materials used as reactor or direct propulsion fuels. For atomic energy plant equipment, see 633.180; nuclear engineering, 381.000; nuclear engines for transportation equipment, 654.414,655.150,656.832,657.565; nuclear physics, 319.605; nuclear power, 630.400; nuclear power reactors, 631.055; nuclear warfare equipment, 684.000; nuclear guided missile propulsion equipment, 688.775; nuclear physics instruments and apparatus, 649.600. Rocket Fuels 628.525 Liquid Fuel and oxidizer separate. 628.530 Fuels Including gasoline, hydrazine, ammonia, cyclohexane, liquid hydrogen, diborane, pentaborane, aluminum borohydride, aniline, amines, acetylene,tetranitro- methane, methylene, alcohols (ethyl, furfural, pyrocatechol), acetonine, xylidine, etc. 628.540 Liquid Fuel Oxidizers Including liquid oxygen, liquid ozone, liquid fluorine, hydrogen peroxide, nitric acid (red or white fuming), nitrogen trifluorides, liquid chlorine, oxygen difluoride, chlorine trifluoride, perchlorofluoride, nitrogen tetroxide. 628.550 Solid Fuel and oxidizer combined. Including synthetic rubber compositions such as polysulfide and polyurethane; ammoninum nitrate and hydrocarbons; polyethylene and oxidizers; oxidizers such as ammonium and potassium perchlorates, nitrocellulose, nitroglycerine. 628.590 Other 630.000 Power For international power organizations and conferences, see 183.205. 630.100 ELECTRIC POWER For electric power engineering, see 371.200; government rural electrification policy, 481.221. 630.110 Power Plants (Installations) For communication systems power sources, see appropriate subject subdivisions in Chapter V. 630.112 Thermal 630.114 Stationary 630.116 Mobile 630.118 Hydro 630.120 Internal Combustion (Diesel) 630.122 Stationary 630.124 Mobile 630.126 Nuclear 630.128 Stationary 630.130 Mobile 630.140 Other 630.150 Transformer Stations, Substations 630.160 High Tension Lines Area Rule if international connections: all countries involved are Primary Areas. MARCH Al -2roved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 21 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Power (Continued) 631.050 630.200 WIND POWER 630.300 SOLAR POWER For light radiation energy as an aspect of 631.055 630.400 physics, see 319.275; solar batteries, 642.130. NUCLEAR POWER For atomic energy plant equipment, see 633.180; nuclear engineering, 381.000; nuclear engines for transportation equipment, 654.414, 655.150, 656.832, 657.565; nuclear fuels, 628.510; nuclear physics, 319.605; nuclear power reactors, 631.055; nuclear warfare equipment, 684.000; nuclear guided missile propulsion equipment, 688.775; nuclear physics instruments and apparatus, 649.600. 630.500 PHOTON POWER Light as a source of energy. For astronautic vehicles, see 662.000 et seq.; astronautics, 385.000; photon guided missile propulsion equipment, 688.790. 630.600 ION POWER Electrically charged atoms as a source of energy. For astronautic vehicles, see 662.000 et seq.; astronautics, 385.000; ion guided missile propulsion equipment, 688.790. E. MACHINERY AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT For mechanical engineering, see 369.000; transportation equipment, 654.000 et seq. 631.000 General Purpose and Industrial Machinery and Equipment 631.010 ENGINES, TURBINES, AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT, GENERAL PURPOSE AND INDUSTRIAL t l i t 636 000 F l i 631.180 pmen , see . e seq.; or e ectr ca equ transportation equipment engines, 654.400, 655.100, 656.800, 657.400. 631.020 Steam Engines, Reciprocating For steam auxiliary equipment, see 631.525. 631.190 631.025 Steam Turbines For steam auxiliary equipment, see 63 7.525. 631 030 Gas Turbines . 631.200 631.035 Water Wheels and Water Turbines 631.040 Internal Combustion Engines Including fuel injection, carburetor type, etc. 631.045 Air Motors and Engines Including compressed air, wind operated, etc. Boilers For ship boilers, see 656.831; steam auxiliary equipment, 631.525. Nuclear Power Reactors For atomic energy plant equipment, see 633.181; nuclear engineering, 381.000; nuclear engines for transportation equipment, 654.474,655.750,656.832,657.565; nuclear fuels, 628.510; nuclear physics, 319.605; nuclear power, 630.400; nuclear warfare equipment, 684.000; nuclear guided missile propulsion equipment, 688.775; nuclear physics instruments and apparatus, 649.600. 631.060 Jet Engines (Apr. 61) 631.065 Rocket Engines (Apr. 61) 631.100 COMPRESSORS AND PUMPS 631.110 Compressors and Dry Vacuum Pumps 631.115 Fluid Pumps Including rotary pumps, centrifugal pumps, hand pumps, etc. 631.150 CRUSHING, PULVERIZING, SCREENING, AND MIXING MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT 631.155 Crushers Including jaw gyratory, cone, hammernails, roll, stamp mills, pick-type breakers, etc. 631.160 Pulverizers Including grinders and granulators, attrition mills, grinding mills, pan grinders, ball mills, etc. 631.165 Shredders Including chippers and knife hogs, etc. 631.170 Screening Machinery and Equipment Including grizzlies; trommel, shaking, and vibrating screens; sifters, etc. CONVEYING EQUIPMENT Including belt, screw, chain, roller, overhead, pneumatic, cable, etc. For conveying systems, see 582.300. CRANES, DERRICKS, HOISTS, AND WINCHES Including railroad, overhead, gantry, whirley, etc. For guided missile handling equipment, see 688.815; ship cranage, 656.753. INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS, TRACTORS, TRAILERS, AND STACKERS Used for material handling on floors and paved surfaces in and around industrial plants, depots, docks, and terminals. Excludes highway trucks and tractor trucks and equipment used in mining, agriculture, earth moving, etc. PAGE VI - 22 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300196.01MI441967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 General Purpose and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (Continued) 631.220 FANS AND BLOWERS, INDUSTRIAL Including dust collection, air purification, etc. For nonindustrial fans, see 694.800. 631.230 MECHANICAL POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT Including speed changers, e.g., transmissions; shaft equipment, e.g., driving mechanisms; couplings; clutches; pulleys; sprockets; gears; etc. 631.240 BEARINGS, ANTIFRICTION 631.410 Metallurgical Machinery Including rolling mill machinery used to produce plate, sheet, strip, bar, rod, pipe, structural metal, etc. 631.420 Metalworking Machinery, Not Elsewhere Classified Including wire drawing and forming machines; wire mesh machinery; tube reducing, shrinking, and marking machines, etc. 631.440 Tools, Attachments, and Accesories for Machine Tools and Other Metal Working Machines 6 631.445 Cutting and Forming Tools 31.245 Ball and Roller Bearings Including broaches; chasers; threading 631.250 Plain Bearings Including sleeve, split, washer type, bushings. dies; drills; milling cutters; reamers; taps; turning, planer, and shaper tools; forming dies and tools; etc. 631.255 Jewel Bearings 631.455 Attachments and Accessories for 631.300 METALWORKING MACHINERY Machine Tools 631.305 Machine Tools Including arbors, ball cranks, boring heads, centers, chucks, face plates, jigs, etc. 631.310 Metal Cutting Machine Tools 631.465 Other 631.315 Boring Machines 631.470 Welding Machinery and Equipment 631.320 Broaching, Planing, Shaping, and Slotting Machines Including electric, gas, and thermit welding equipment; welding electrodes, etc. 631.325 Drilling Machines 631.475 Riveting Machines 631.330 Gear Cutting and Finishing Machines 631.480 Electroplating and Anodizing Equipment 631.335 Grinding, Honing, Lapping, Buffing, and Polishing Machines 631.500 MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL PURPOSE AND INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT 631.340 631.345 631.360 Lathes Milling Machines Other 631.505 Presses, Except Printing, Garment, Agricultural, and Metal Working Including molding, extrusion, liquid extraction, oil seed cake presses, etc. Including keyseating, tapping and threading, and centering machines; 631.510 Elevators and Escalators electric spark and electric arc machinery; ultrasonic metal cutting equipment, etc. 631.370 Metal Forming Machine Tools For foundry machinery, see 633.130. 631.375 Forging Machinery Including forging hammers, headers, rolls, swagers, etc. 631.380 Presses, Hydraulic and Mechanical 631.385 Bending Machines 631.390 Shearing and Punching Machines 631.400 Other Including thread rolling machinery, etc. 631.515 Thermal Dryers and Dehydrators, Industrial Including cabinet, multipass, tunnel, rotary, spray, gas, etc. 631.520 Heat Exchangers, Industrial Including steam condensers. 631.525 Valves and Steam Auxiliary Equipment Including globe gate and plug type valves; steam specialties, e.g., agitators, blast nozzles, feed water filters, soot blowers, steam accumulators, steam separators, steam traps, etc. For boilers, see 631.050; ship boilers, 656.831; steam engines, 631.020; steam turbines, 631.025. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 23 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 General Purpose and Industrial Machinery and 633.070 Equipment (Continued) 631.530 Lubrication Equipment 631.535 Including grease and oil pumps, hand guns, etc. Filters, Pressure and Vacuum 080 633 631.540 Including tank, filter presses, diatomaceous earth filters, ferro-filters, rotary drum, suction, etc. Centrifugals and Separators . For centrifugal pumps, see 631.1 15. 631.545 Packaging Machinery, Except Food Products Including filling, cartoning, bottling, canning, capping, and labeling machines, etc. 631.550 Plumbing and Heating Equipment Including household and commercial. 631.555 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Equipment Including household and commercial. 631.560 Automatic Production Control Equipment, Automation Equipment For electronic data processing equipment, see 676.000. 633.000 Special Purpose Machinery 633.010 FOOD PRODUCTS MACHINERY Including machinery used in meat packing houses; canning plants; dairy and milk production plants; cereal plants; confectionery, vegetable oil mill, and beverage industries, etc. For food products, see 605.000 et seq. 633.030 TEXTILE INDUSTRIES MACHINERY Including cotton gins; cleaning and opening, carding, combing, spinning, twisting, fabric bleaching, drying, finishing, cordage, rope, knitting, and sewing machines, etc. For textiles, see 610.000. 633.050 PULP AND PAPER INDUSTRIES MACHINERY Including pulp mill, paper mill, and paper converting machinery, etc. For paper and paper products, see 672.000. 633.060 PRINTING TRADES MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT Including printing presses, typesetting, electrotyping, stereotyping, type foundry, book binding, and photoengraving; engraving machines-and equipment, etc. For products of printing and publishing, see 694.850. RUBBER WORKING MACHINERY Including processing, fabricating, reclaiming, and tire repairing and recapping machinery, etc. For rubber curing kilns, see 633.115; rubber and rubber products, 608.000. WOODWORKING MACHINERY Including sawmill and surfacing machines; lathes; joiners; matchers; molders; mortisers; tenoners; wood treating, veneer, and plywood machinery, etc. For forest products, see 609.000; hardware and hand tools, 624.150. 633.090 SPECIAL INDUSTRY FURNACES, OVENS, AND KILNS 633.095 Metallurgical and Metal Melting Furnaces 633.097 Roasting and Sintering Furnaces and Accessories 633.099 Smelting Furnaces (Blast Furnaces) and Accessories 633.101 Reverberatory Furnaces (Open Hearth, Puddling), Converters (Bessemer, etc.), and Accessories 633.105 Refining, Melting, and Heat Treating Furnaces Including vacuum furnaces; cupola furnaces; crucible furnaces, electric and nonelectric; electric refining and melting furnaces; galvanizing and turning pots; normalizing; annealing; hardening; tempering; case hardening; nitriding; etc. 633.115 Special Industry Furnaces: Kilns and Ovens, Except Metallurgical and Metal Melting Including ceramic and calcining kilns; bakery ovens; distillation ovens; rubber curing, enameling, sherardizing, and core bakery ovens; coke ovens, etc. For metal forming machines, see 631.370. 633.130 FOUNDRY EQUIPMENT Including core making machines, molding machines, shakeout equipment, tumbling barrels and mills, blast clearing equipment, die casting machines, centrifugal costing machines, foundry accessories, ladies, etc. 633.145 ORE BENEFICIATION EQUIPMENT Equipment used in the improvement of ores which result in producing an ore which contains a-greater percentage of the metal to be extracted than the original mined product. PAGE VI - 24 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Special Purpose Machinery (Continued) 633.150 PETROLEUM REFINERY MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT 633.160 CHEMICAL PLANT MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT Including pharmaceutical plant equipment. 633.170 ULTRASONIC EQUIPMENT AND DEVICES Including cleaners, precipitators, sirens, etc. 633.180 ATOMIC ENERGY PLANT EQUIPMENT For nuclear engineering, see 381.000; nuclear engines for transportation equipment, 654.414, 655.150, 656.832, 657.565; nuclear fuels, 628.510; nuclear physics, 319.605; nuclear power, 630.400; nuclear power reactors, 631.055; nuclear warfare equipment, 684.000; nuclear guided missile propulsion equipment, 688.775; nuclear physics instruments and apparatus, 649.600. 633.340 633.185 Isotope Separation Equipment Including electromagnetic type (mass 633.345 633.190 spectrometers), gaseous diffusion type, thermal diffusion type, centrifuge type, etc. Nuclear Reactors (Atomic Piles) 633.350 633.195 Remote Handling Equipment 633.200 Radioactive Waste Disposal Equipment (May 62) 633.355 For disposal of radioactive wastes, see 271.305. 633.360 633.205 Containers and Transport Equipment 633.220 for Radioactive Materials (May 63) Other 633.250 CONSTRUCTION, MINING, EXCAVATING, 633.365 AND RELATED MACHINERY 633.375 633.260 Mining and Quarrying Machinery Including earth and rock boring and drilling machinery, except well drilling machinery; coal cutting machinery; underground loaders; stone quarrying machinery; ore pressing and coal preparation machinery (flotation machines); mine car dumpers; rock drills; power augers; core drills; etc. For crushing, pulverizing, screening, and mixing machinery, see 631.150. 633.280 Oil, Water, and Gas Well Drilling Machinery 633.290 Excavating and Dredging Machinery Including excavators, dredgers, scrapers, trenchers, and ditchers, etc. 633.300 Construction and Maintenance Machinery Including road discs, drags, graders, rippers, rollers, snow loaders and plows, sanders, scarifiers, sweepers, angledozers, bulldozers, pipe layers, concrete and bituminous mixers, etc. For tractors, see 654.150. 633.310 PETROLEUM AND GAS PIPELINE EQUIPMENT (Nov. 61) For petroleum and petroleum product pipelines, see 577.000; gas pipelines, 578.000. 633.320 AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY AND IMPLEMENTS Including soil preparation, cultivating, planting, seeding, fertilizing, harvesting, and haying machines; machines for preparing crops for market; dairy farm and poultry machines; barn and barnyard equipment; sprayers; dusters; etc. For tractors, see 654.150. OFFICE MACHINES For electronic data processing equipment, see 676.000; office supplies, 694.750. Accounting, Bookkeeping, and Calculating Machines Including billing, adding, comptometers, etc. Coin, Currency, and Check Handling Machines Including cash registers. Dictating Machines and Collateral Equipment Duplicating Machines Including stencil reproducing typewriters, ozalid and thermofax type machines, etc. For printing presses, see 633.060. Typewriters Miscellaneous Office Machines Including time recording and stamping machines, addressing and mailing machines, etc. 633.400 MISCELLANEOUS SPECIAL'INDUSTRY MACHINERY 633.410 Brick, Tile, and Ceramics Manufacturing Machinery 633.420 Glass Manufacturing Machinery 633.430 Tobacco Manufacturing Machinery 633.440 Special Machines for Shoe-Making and Shoe Repairing 633.450 Leather Tanning and Leather Working Machinery MARCWWoved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 25 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Special Purpose Machinery (Continued) 633.460 Cement Making Machinery 633.470 Laundry and Dry Cleaning Machinery Including household and commercial. 636.500 ELECTRICAL ROTATING EQUIPMENT PARTS Including armatures, commutators, frames, coils, etc. 633.480 Plastics Fabricating Machinery 633.490 Electronic, Telecommunication Manufacturing Machinery (May 62) For communication, navigation, and electronic equipment, see 665.000. 633.500 Precision Instrument Manufacturing 637.000 Primary Electric Power Transmission and Distribution Equipment 637.100 SWITCHGEAR 637.200 TRANSFORMERS Including power and distribution, constant current, induction voltage regulators, etc. Machinery (May 62) Including optical instrument manufacturing 637.300 TRANSMISSION AND SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT 633 510 machinery. For precision instruments, see 651.000 et seq.; optical instruments, 643.000 et seq. Ordnance Manufacturing Machinery Including pole line hardware, cable terminals and potheads, cable junction and splice boxes, busbar, etc. . 637.400 PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT 633.900 (Oct. 65) Other 637.500 Including lightning arrestors, relays, circuit breakers, etc. INSULATORS Including motor vehicle maintenance and 637.900 OTHER repair equipment. F. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 635.000 General (May 62) For appliances, see 694.800; aircraft electric power equipment, 657.695; electrical engineering, 371.000; measuring instruments, 651.150; insulated wire and cable, 624.250; motor vehicle electrical equipment, 654.424; guided missile electrical equipment, 688.600. 636.000 Electrical Rotating Equipment 636.100 GENERATORS, DYNAMOS 636.200 GENERATOR-SET UNITS Including the generator and powering source in one unit, e.g., steam engine powered generator sets, dieselengine powered generator sets, etc. 636.300 MOTORS Including motors rated according to kilowatt- amperes, kilowatts, or fractional and integral horsepower. 636.400 ROTARY POWER CONVERSION OR RECTIFYING EQUIPMENT Including rotary converters, frequency changers, dynamotors, battery chargers, etc. 638.000 Secondary Distribution Equipment and Wiring Devices Including fuses, junction and outlet boxes, lamp sockets and holders, power outlets, miscellaneous wiring devices, electrical capacitors, lighting fixtures, etc. 639.000 Nonrotary Power Converters Including mercury arc, hot cathode, junction, mechanical, electrolytic, and cold cathode rectifiers; battery chargers, etc. 640.000 Electric Lamps Including bulbs, tubes, and related light sources. 640.100 INCANDESCENT Including carbon and metal filament general purpose light bulbs. 640.200 MINIATURE Including automobile lights, flashlight lamps, Christmas tree lamps, etc. 640.300 NEON LAMPS AND TUBES PAGE VI - 26 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991R0003001 6h'-4967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 642.000 Miscellaneous Electrical Equipment 642.100 BATTERIES For guided missile batteries, see 688.600; unconventional aircraft batteries, 657.695. 642.110 Dry Cell 642.120 Storage (Wet Cell) 642.130 Solar Batteries and Cells 642.140 Nuclear 642.200 ELECTROMAGNETS, LIFTING AND HOLDING 642.900 OTHER G. MEDICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND ENGINEERING INSTRUMENTS; INDICATING, RECORDING, MEASURING AND CONTROLLING INSTRU- MENTS For precision instrument manufacturing, see 633.500. 646.100 644.000 Optical Instruments 644.100 TELESCOPES AND PERISCOPES 644.200 BINOCULARS 644.300 LABORATORY OPTICAL RESEARCH AND TESTING INSTRUMENTS 646.200 Including metallographs, metalloscopes, polarimeters, saccharimeters, photometers, refractometers, spectrometers, spectrographs, 646.300 photomicrographic apparatus, interferometers, and comparators, etc. 644.400 MAGNIFYING INSTRUMENTS 646.400 Including compound, stereoscopic, petrographic, and chemical microscopes. For electron microscopes, see 649.400. 644.500 OPTICAL ELEMENTS AND ASSEMBLIES Including lenses, polarizers, prisms, diffraction 646.500 gratings, etc. For photographic equipment, see 694.150. 646 900 645.000 Surgical, Medical, and Dental . Instruments and Supplies For availability of medical equipment as an aspect of public health, see 271.225. 645.100 SURGICAL AND MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS AND APPARATUS Including medical diagnostic instruments. For x-ray apparatus, see 649.500. 645.110 Space Medicine Devices (May 62) For space medicine, see 355.240. 645.200 OPERATING ROOM AND OTHER HOSPITAL TYPE EQUIPMENT Including operating and examining tables and lights; sterilizers; gas, oxygen, and ether apparatus; stretchers; hydrotherapy baths; incubators; etc. 645.300 SURGICAL, MEDICAL, AND DENTAL SUPPLIES Including first aid supplies, dressings, sutures, dental plates, etc. 645.400 ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES, PROSTHETIC DEVICES, AND RELATED PRODUCTS Including orthopedic goods, crutches, artificial limbs, elastic hosiery, trusses, artificial eyes, hearing aids, eye glasses, etc. 646.000 Geophysical Instruments For ionization counters, see 649.621. METEOROLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS Including aerograph, anemoscope, ceilometer, evaporation gauge, nephoscope, pyrheliometer, snow stake, and other instruments for measuring and studying the earth's atmosphere. For astrophysical instruments, see 647.000; telemetering equipment, 677.200. GEOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS, EXCEPT PROSPECTING INSTRUMENTS SEISMOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS Including astatic pendulum, piezometer, seismograph, siesmometer, etc. OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTRUMENTS Including bottom sampler, collecting lead, deep sea reversing thermometer, Nansen- Petersson water bottle, etc. For acoustic fish location devices, see 673.216. GEOPHYSICAL PROSPECTING INSTRUMENTS Including dip needle, geophones, helmholtz, coil, mellianometer, porus pots, tiltmeters, etc. MISCELLANEOUS GEOPHYSICAL INSTRU- MENTS Including geodetic, hydrological, geomagnetic, gravimetric, soil mechanic, geo-electric, geo- radioactive, and geo-thermological instruments, etc. 647.000 Astrophysical Instruments Instruments for detecting and measuring astrophysical (space) phenomena, e.g., micrometeorites, cosmic rays, etc. For meteorological instruments, see 646.100; telemetering equipment, 677.200. MARCW9fi]oved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 27 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 648.000 Ordnance Research and Testing Instruments For guided missile testing equipment, see 688.820. 649.000 Laboratory Instruments and Apparatus 649.100 CHEMICAL LABORATORY APPARATUS Including centrifuges; laboratory distilling apparatus; furnaces, heaters, and burners; Kjeldahl apparatus, etc. 649.200 CLINICAL, BACTERIOLOGICAL, AND PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY INSTRU- MENTS Including blood testing instruments, optical and photoelectric colorimeters, hemoglobin- ometers, hemometers, etc. 649.621 Counters Including crystal, directional, geiger, and scintillation counters; radiation survey meters, etc. 649.622 Chambers Including ionization chambers, cloud chambers, bubble chambers, etc. 649.900 MISCELLANEOUS LABORATORY INSTRU- MENTS AND APPARATUS Including laboratory gas analyzers, calorimeters, petroleum analyzers, water and sewage testing instruments, laboratory blowers and vacuum pumps, constant temperature apparatus, balances and weights, etc. 649.300 PHYSICS AND PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY INSTRUMENTS Including various study apparatus, e.g., measurement, mechanics, magnetism, electronics, electricity, optics, etc. 649.400 ELECTRON MICROSCOPES 649.500 X-RAY APPARATUS 649.600 NUCLEAR PHYSICS INSTRUMENTS AND APPARATUS For atomic energy plant equipment, see 633.180; nuclear engineering, 381.000; nuclear engines for transportation equipment, 654.414, 655.150, 656.832, 657.565; nuclear fuels, 628.510; nuclear physics, 319.605; nuclear power, 630.400; nuclear power reactors, 631.055; nuclear warfare equipment, 684.000; nuclear guided missile propulsion equipment, 688.775; aircraft nuclear engine instruments, 657.680; nuclear emulsions, 694.195. 649.610 Particle Accelerators Including cyclotrons, synchrotrons, betatrons, linear accelerators, cascade generators (Corkoff-Walton transformer), electrostatic generators (Van de Graaff), synchro- cyclotron, proton-cyclotron, phasotron, etc. 649.615 Plasma Containment Devices (Mar. 66) Including magnetic mirror machinery (May 62) (machines capable of producing controlled thermonuclear reaction) 651.000 Engineering and Miscellaneous Indicating, Controlling, Meas- uring, Recording and Testing Instruments and Apparatus 651.050 DRAWING, DRAFTING, SURVEYING, AND MAPPING INSTRUMENTS Including pantographs, protractors, T-squares, drawing tables, slide rules, alidades, transits and levels, theodolites, plumb bobs, clinometers, etc. 651.100 TEMPERATURE AND HYGROMETRIC INSTRUMENTS Including thermometers, pyrometers, thermocouples, heating and ventilating controls, hygrometers, hygroscopes, psychrometers, etc. 651.150 ELECTRICAL QUANTITY INSTRUMENTS Including voltmeters; ammeters; milliammeters; wattmeters; frequency meters; synchroscopes; ohmmeters; resistance, inductance, and capacitance standards; shunts; potentiometers; galvanometers; bridges; oscilloscopes; radio and radar test equipment, e.g., signal generators, frequency measuring equipment, wave form measuring equipment, voltage, amperage, and resistance measuring equipment; electronic speed regulating and measuring equipment (including stroboscopes), electronic recording devices, etc. 651.200 PRESSURE MEASURING INSTRUMENTS Including refrigeration controls, draft gauges, etc. 651.250 FLOW AND LIQUID LEVEL INSTRUMENTS Including gas meters, water meters, etc. PAGE VI - 28 Approved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003001 41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Engineering and Miscellaneous Indicating, Controlling, Measuring, Recording, and Testing Instruments and Apparatus (Continued) 651.300 MECHANICAL MOTION, ROTATION, TIMING, AND CYCLE INSTRUMENTS Including speedometers, tachometers, timing controls, taximeters, parking meters, etc. 651.350 CONTROL VALVES AND REGULATORS, EXCEPT VOLTAGE Including pressure, temperature, flow, and humidity regulators, etc. 651.400 MECHANICS MEASURING TOOLS Including calipers; dividers and scribers; gauges, levels, and plumbs; micrometers; rulers; squares; templets; vernier tools, etc. 651.500 651.550 651.900 METALLURGICAL TESTING AND MEASURING MACHINES Including physical properties testing machines; machines for testing structure and composition; balancing machines; inspection, testing, and measuring machines, etc. INSTRUMENT CALIBRATION AND TESTING EQUIPMENT AERODYNAMIC TESTING EQUIPMENT, WIND TUNNELS (Sept. 62) MISCELLANEOUS Including specific gravity and density instruments (hydrometers), acidity meters, gas analyzers, combustion controls, combination instruments, etc. H. TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 653.000 General (May 62) For international transportation organizations and conferences, see 183.125; mechanical engineering, 369.000; transportation systems, Chapter V. 654.000 Motor Vehicles and Components For automobile engineering, see 369.400; highway transportation system, 502.000 et seq.; motor vehicle maintenance repair, 633.900. 654.050 SPARE PARTS NOT OTHERWISE IDENTIFIED (Feb. 64) 654.100 UNARMORED 654.110 Light Motor Vehicles 654.111 Passenger Cars 654.112 Light Delivery Vehicles 654.113 Scout Cars and Light Personnel Carriers Including jeep type. 654.114 Motorcycles 654.120 Buses 654.130 Trucks, General Purpose Including full and semi-trailers and truck tractors for semi-trailers, cargo, stake, livestock, van, weapons, and personnel carriers, etc. 654.140 Trucks, Special Purpose Including ambulance, coal, drilling, dump, fire, mixer, refrigerator, special public utility, etc. For industrial trucks, see 631.200. 654.150 Tractors, Wheel and Track Type For construction equipment, see 633.300. 654.160 Amphibious Vehicles 654.170 Arctic, Tropic, and Desert Vehicles Including powered sleds, swampmobiles, etc. For snow plows, see 633.300. 654.200 ARMORED 654.210 Tanks 654.211 Under 20 Tons 654.212 20 through 40 Tons 654.219 41 Tons and Above 654.220 Self-Propelled Gun Carriages For self-propelled guns, see 681.345. 654.221 Armament Under 77-mm 654.222 77-mm through 107-mm 654.223 108-mm through 155-mm 654.224 156-mm through 240-mm 654.229 Over 240-mm 654.230 Armored Cars 654.240 Armored Personnel and Cargo Carriers 654.250 Amphibious (July 66) MARCH 1967 PAGE VI - 29 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Motor Vehicles and Components (Continued) 655.100 LOCOMOTIVE AND COMPONENTS 654.300 VEHICLE COMPONENTS, EXCEPT ENGINES 655.110 Steam 655.111 Engine 310 654 Frame Chassis . , 655.115 Components Other Than Engines 654.320 Superstructure, Body, Hull Including chassis, couplers, etc. 654.330 Turrets, Cupolas 655.120 Electric 655.121 Engines 654 340 Suspension System . 655.125 Components Other Than Engines Including springs, shock absorbers, etc. 655.130 Diesel 654.350 Running Gear andBraking System 655.131 Engines Including wheels, wheel assembly, etc. 655.135 Components Other Than Engines 654.351 Tracks 655.140 Gas Turbine 654.360 Steering System 655.141 Engines 654.390 Accessories 655.145 Components Other Than Engines 654.400 VEHICLE ENGINES AND ENGINE AUXILIARY 655.150 Nuclear SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT 655.151 Engines 155 655 Components Other Than Engines 654.410 Types . 655.200 RAILROAD ROLLING STOCK AND 654.411 Internal Combustion (Gasoline and Diesel) COMPONENTS, EXCEPT LOCOMOTIVES 654.412 Gas Turbine 654.413 Free Piston 654.414 Nuclear 654.420 Engine Auxiliary Systems and Equipment 654.421 Cooling System Including radiators, fans, hydraulic pumps, 654.422 Fuel and Lubrication System Including fuel tanks, carburetors, fuel and oil pumps, fuel injection systems, filters, cleaners, etc. 654.423 Power Transmission System Including clutches, transmissions and torque converters, differentials, universal joints, etc. 654.424 Electrical Equipment Including generators, starter motors, ignition equipment, etc. 655.000 Railway Equipment For locomotive engineering, see 369.300; railway transportation system, 517.000 et seq. 655.050 SPARE PARTS NOT OTHERWISE IDENTIFIED (Feb. 64) 655.210 Passenger Cars Including coaches, sleeping cars, dining cars, etc. 655.220 Freight Cars Including box, caboose, flat, refrigerator, and tank cars, etc. 655.230 Service Cars Including track inspection and maintenance, snow ploughs, levellers, etc. 655.300 STREET AND RAPID-TRANSIT CARS Including subway cars. 655.400 MISCELLANEOUS RAILWAY EQUIPMENT For rails, see 624.300; ties, 609.300. 655.410 Maintenance and Repair Equipment 655.420 Signals 655.430 Switches 656.000 Ships, Boats, Seacraft, and Components For shipyards, combine appropriate subject modifiers applicable to facilities with 656.000. For inland waterway transportation system, see 531.000 et seq.; maritime transportation system, 545.000 et seq.; marine and shipbuilding engineering, 369.600; naval shipyards, 790.200. 656.050 SPARE PARTS NOT OTHERWISE IDENTIFIED (Feb. 64) PAGE VI - 30 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300101-41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Ships, Boats, Seacraft, and Components (Continued) 656.100 MAJOR COMBATANT TYPES 656.110 Aircraft Carriers Type abbreviations: CVA, CYA(N), CVE, CVH, CVHA, CVHE, CVL, CVR, CVS, CVU. 656.120 Battleship Types Type abbreviations: BB, BBG, BM. 656.130 Destroyer Types Type abbreviations: DD, DDE, DDG, DD(N), DDR, DL, DLG, DLG(N), DM, DMS. 656.140 Cruisers Type abbreviations: CA, CAG, CB, CC, CCL, CG, CG(N), CL, CLAA, CLG, CLT. 656.150 Escort Types Type abbreviations: DE, DEG, DER, PCER, PEC, PF. 656.200 MINOR COMBATANT TYPES 656.210 Antisubmarine Types Type abbreviations: PC, PCE, PCH, PCS, PTC, SC. 656.220 Motor Torpedo Types Type abbreviations: PGH, PGMG, PT, PTF, PTFG, PTG, PT/PGM. 656.230 Patrol Types Type abbreviations: BMR, PGM, PR, PYC, YP, PY, BMRL. 656.240 Unconventional Types Including hydrofoils. 656.300 SUBMARINES 656.310 Combatant Types Type abbreviations; SS, SSB, SSB(N), SSG, SSG(N), SSK, SS(N), SSR, SSR(N), OSS. 656320 Support Types Type abbreviations: AGSS, AKSS, AOSS, APSS, ASSA, ASSP, SST. 656.321 Midget Subs 656.400 MINE WARFARE TYPES 656.410 Minelayers Type abbreviations: MM, MMA, MMC, MMF, MMR, YMP. For DM Destroyer types, see 656.130. 656.420 Minesweepers Type abbreviations: DMS, MCS, MCSL, MSA, MSB, MHA, MHC, MSC, MSCO, MSF MSI, MSL, MSO, MSR, MSS. 656.500 AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE TYPES, LANDING SHIPS AND CRAFT Type abbreviations: AGC, AKA, APA, APD, ISF, LCC, LCM, LCP, LCPL, LCPR, LCS, LCU, LCVP, LPD, LPH, LSD, LSIL, LSM, LSMR, LSS, LSSL, LST, LSV, PPD. 656.600 AUXILIARY VESSELS AND SERVICE CRAFT, MERCHANT VESSELS 656.605 Dry Cargo 656.610 Tankers 656.615 Passenger 656.620. Combined Passenger-Cargo (Over 12 Passengers) 656.625 Ice Breakers 656.630 Tugs 656.635 Harbor Craft 656.640 Communications and Command 656.641 Instrumentation Ships; Missile Tracking and Control Vessels Type abbreviation: AGM. 656.642 Picket Ships For picket ship sites, see 593.251. 656.643 Elint Vessels 656.645 Salvage 656.650 Repair 656.655 Tenders 656.660 Oceanographic Vessels Including surveying vessels. 656.665 Net Laying 656.670 Hospital 656.675 Miscellaneous Vessels 656.677 Barges, Lighters 656.679 Fishing Vessels Including whaling ships. 656.681 Training Ships 656.683 Pleasure Craft 656.685 Floating Dry Docks 656.687 Ferries 656.689 Derricks 656.691 Dredges 656.693 Fire Boats PAGE VI - 31 MARCI Woved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Ships, Boats, Seacraft, and Components (Continued) 656.700 SHIPS COMPONENTS, EXCEPT MAIN ENGINE For periscopes, see 643.100. 656.705 Hulls and Decks Including arrangement and compartmentation. 656.707 Medical Facilities For medical equipment, see 645.000. 656.710 Heating Equipment 656.715 Refrigeration, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Equipment 656.720 Electrical Equipment 656.725 Water Supply Equipment 656.730 Hydraulic Equipment 656.735 Damage Control Equipment 656.740 Steering Equipment For navigation equipment, electronic and non-electronic, see 672.000. 656.745 Deck Gear 656.747 Catapults 656.749 Arresting Gear 656.751 Towing Equipment 656.753 Hoists, Cranes, Winches, Capstans, Booms 656.755 Anchors 656.757 Diving Equipment For personal diving equipment, see 691.125. 656.790 Other 656.800 MAIN ENGINES AND AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT 656.810 Main Engines 656.811 Steam Turbines 656.812 Steam Reciprocating Engines 656.813 Electric Drive 656.814 Gas Turbines 656.815 Internal Combustion 657.000 Aircraft and Components For aeronautical and guided missile engineering, see 369.500; civil aviation system, 560.000 et seq.; guided missiles, 688.000. For various subjects of Air Force interest, see Chapter Vll. 657.010 AIRCRAFT MATERIALS IN GENERAL Use for general discussions of aircraft materials, specifications, standards, etc. Index specific materials under other appropriate subjects in this chapter. 657.050 SPARE PARTS NOT OTHERWISE IDENTIFIED (May 63) 657.100 AIRCRAFT (Complete Change Apr. 61) 657.110 Transports 657.111 Reciprocating 657.112 Turboprop Including shaft turbine and free turbine. 657.113 Turbojet Including turbofan. 657.114 Ramjet and Pulsejet 657.115 Rocket 657.116 Nuclear 657.119 Other 657.120 Fighters, Fighter-Bombers, Torpedo- Bombers, Dive Bombers, Interceptors 657.121 Reciprocating 657.122 Turboprop Including shaft turbine and free turbine. 657.123 Turbojet Including turbofan. 657.124 Ramjet and Pulsejet 657.125 Rocket 657.126 Nuclear 657.129 Other 657.130 Bombers 656.820 Main Engine Components 657.131 Reciprocating 656.830 Auxiliary Equipment for Main Propulsion 657.132 Turboprop 656.831 Boilers Including shaft turbine and free turbine. For boilers in general, see 631.050. 657.133 Turbojet 656.832 Nuclear Reactors Including turbofan. 656.833 Reduction Gears 657.134 Ramjet and Pulsejet 656.839 Other 657.135 Rocket Including heat exchangers, pumps, blowers, compressors, generators, etc. 657.136 657.139 Nuclear Other PAGE VI - 32 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015 rAQRJFf41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Aircraft and Components (Continued) 657.180 Vertical Take-Off Aircraft and Converti- 657.140 Trainers Planes 657.141 Reciprocating 657.142 Turboprop I l di h ft t bi d f 657.181 Reciprocating 657 182 Turbo ro nc u ng s a ur ne an ree turbine. . p p 657.143 Turbojet Including shaft turbine and free turbine. Including turbofan. 657.144 Ramjet and Pulsejet 657.145 Rocket 657.183 Turbojet Including turbofan. 657.146 Nuclear 657.149 Other 657.184 Ramjet and Pulsejet 657.185 Rocket 657.150 Reconnaissance 657.186 Nuclear 657.151 Reciprocating 657.189 Other 657.152 Turbopro p Including shaft turbine and free turbine. 657.190 Unidentified Aircraft (May 62) 657.153 Turbojet For unidentified flying objects, see 657.260. Including turbofan. 657.154 Ramjet and Pulsejet 657.155 Rocket 657.191 Reciprocating (May 62) 657.192 Turboprop (May 62) 657.156 Nuclear 657.159 Other Including shaft turbine and free turbine. 657.193 Turbojet (May 62) 675.160 Tankers Including turbofan. 657.161 Reciprocating 657.162 Turboprop 657.194 Ramjet and Pulsejet (May 62) 657.195 Rocket (May 62) Including shaft turbine and free turbine. 657.196 Nuclear (May 62) 657.163 Turbojet 657.197 Other (May 62) Including turbofan . 657.164 Ramjet and Pulsejet 657.200 MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT 657.165 Rocket 657.210 Utility Aircraft 657.166 Nuclear 657.169 Other Including artillery spotting, crop dusting, liaison, sport, private transport, etc. 657.170 Helicopters 657.220 Flying Boats, Amphibians, Seaplanes 657.230 Drones 657.171 Reciprocating 657.172 Turboprop Including target planes. Including shaft turbine and free turbine. 657.240 Gliders 657.173 Turbojet 657.250 Lighter Than Air Including turbofan. Including balloons, dirigibles, etc. 657.174 Ramjet and Pulsejet 657.175 Rocket 657.260 Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO) 657.290 Other 657.176 Nuclear 657.179 Other Including unusual and unconventional aircraft, e.g., parasite planes. MARCH Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 33 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Aircraft and Components (Continued) 657.300 AIRFRAME COMPONENTS 657.310 Fuselage 657.315 Cabin or Cockpit For various equipment installed in cockpit, see 657.650 et seq. 657.320 Wings 657.330 Tail 657.340 Landing Gear 657.350 Armor Including bullet-proof glass, flak curtains, etc. For aircraft armament, see 683.000. 657.390 Other 657.400 ENGINES 657.405 Reciprocating 657.410 Gasoline 657.415 Diesel 657.420 Turboprop Including shaft turbine and free turbine. 657.425 Fuel System 657.430 Oil System 657.435 Turbines 657.440 Compressors 657.445 Cooling System 657.450 Starting System 657.452 Reduction Gearing 657.455 Power Boost System 657.460 Burners 657.465 Turbojet Including turbofan. 657.470 Fuel System 657.475 Oil System 657.480 Turbines 657.485 Compressors 657.490 Cooling System 657.495 Starting System 657.500 Power Boost System 657.505 Burners 657.510 Ramjet 657.515 Fuel System 657.520 Diffuser 657.525 Burner 657.530 Nozzle, Outlet 657.535 Pulsejet 657.540 Rocket 657.545 Liquid Propellant 657.547 Fuel System 657.549 Cooling System 657.551 Nozzles 657.553 Combustion Chamber 657.555 Solid Propellant 657.557 Cooling System 657.559 Nozzles 657.561 Combustion Chamber 657.565 Nuclear 657.570 Reactor 657.572 Fuel 657.574 Moderator 657.576 Control 657.578 Coolant System 657.580 Heat Exchanger 657.585 Shielding 657.590 Propulsion Devices 657.592 Turbojet 657.594 Turboprop 657.596 Ramjet 657.598 Rocket 657.600 Direct Nuclear Fission Power Plant 657.605 Other Engines (July 66) 657.610 Engine Auxiliary Equipment 657.615 Propellers 657.620 Take-Off Assist Devices, (e.g., Rocket) 657.640 Other PAGE VI - 34 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015dOMcc 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Aircraft and Components (Continued) 657.650 AUXILIARY AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT For aircraft guns and ammunition, see 683.000; navigation equipment, 668.000, 670.000, 672.000; navigation systems, 589.500, 593.300. 657.655 Aircraft Flight Instruments Including barometric, e.g., altimeters, rate of climb indicators; machmeters; cabin pressure; gyro, e.g., artificial horizon, directional gyro, turn and bank; rate of yaw, roll and pitch; accelerometers; true airspeed; angle of attack; stall indicator; inclinometer; position indicators; fuel quantity gauges; rate of climb. 657.730 Hydraulic Including pumps, accumulators, actuating cylinders, pressure regulators, selector valves, fluids, mechanical disconnects, uplocks and downlocks, position indicators, hydraulic servomechanisms, etc. 657.740 Pneumatic Including compressors, vacuum pumps, storage bottles, actuating cylinders, pressure regulators, valves, mechanical disconnects, uplocks and downlocks, position indicators, pneumatic servo- mechanisms, etc. 657.675 Aircraft Engine Instruments Including pressure, e.g., fuel, manifold, oil, and hydraulic gauges; temperature, e.g., carburetor air, cylinder head, tail pipe; tachometers; thrust and torque indicators. 657.680 Nuclear Engine Instruments Including counters, dosimeters, flow meters, control rod instrumentation, period meters, etc. 657.690 Aircraft Power Equipment 657.695 Electric Power Equipment Including power generating equipment, e.g., generators, alternators, ground starting units, batteries; control and distribution equipment, e.g., cables, circuit breakers, fuses, magnetic amplifiers, regulators, relays, switches; power equipment, e.g., converters, inverters, rectifiers, dynamotors, starters, transformers; unconventional electrical equipment, e.g., nuclear and solar batteries, high temperature insulation, power supply systems using thermoelectric effect, piezoelectric effect, electrostatic induction, high temperature power transistors, etc. 657.715 Actuating Equipment Equipment used to actuate or move the various aircraft components and auxiliary equipment; comparable to automobile power steering equipment, e.g., raise and lower flaps, ailerons, elevators, and landing gear; move and fire guns; etc. 657.720 Electric Including electro-mechanical servo- mechanisms, solenoids, Selsyns, valves, motors, position indicators, etc. 657.750 Stabilization and Control Equipment 657.755 Stabilization Equipment Including yaw dampeners, roll limiters, artificial feel and stability equipment, etc. 657.760 Control Equipment Including autopilots, automatic flight control and cruise control equipment, etc. 657.765 Cabin Conditioning Equipment 657.770 Pressurization Equipment Including pressure regulators, decompression protective devices, etc. 657.775 Temperature and Humidity Equipment Including ventilation, refrigeration, evaporation, heating, etc. 657.780 Cockpit Radiation Shielding 657.785 Oxygen Equipment Including regulators; storage bottles; oxygen generators, gauges, and flow indicators; safety devices; etc. 657.790 Fuel System Equipment 657.795 Fuel Tanks Including jettisonable fuel tanks. 657.800 Fuel Pumps, Except Aerial Refueling 657.805 Aerial Refueling Equipment Including probe-drogue, flying boom, flying pipe, hose reels, high capacity fuel pumps, etc. 657.815 Other Including quantity measuring devices, etc. 657.820 Ice Preventive and Removal Equipment MARCH }9i roved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 35 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Aircraft and Components (Continued) 662.000 Circumterrestrial Station (Feb. 61) 657.825 Escape Equipment For parachutes, see 691.800. 657.830 Ejection Seats and Auxiliary Equipment 662.100 ARTIFICIAL SATELLITES 662.110 Launching and Propulsion Power Plants 662.120 Navigation and Control Systems Equipment 662.130 Ground Based Equipment 657.835 Ejectionable Capsules and Auxiliary Equipment 657.840 Fire Detection and Extinguishing Equipment 657.850 Radomes 662.140 Satellite Vehicle Carried Equipment 662.150 Ground Support Equipment (May 61) 662.160 Satellite Structures (May 62) 662.161 Re-Entry Structures (May 62) 662.162 Shielding (May 62) 658.000 Airfield Auxiliary Equipment (Aug. 61) 662.163 662.164 Deceleration Equipment (May 62) Landing Structures (May 62) For military airfield auxiliary services, see 791.200. 662.180 Satellite Auxiliary Equipment (May 62) 658.100 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR EQUIPMENT (Aug. 61) Including fuel servicing equipment, oxygen equipment, etc. 662.181 Reconnaissance (May 62) Including photographic and electronic. 662.182 Weapons Launching (May 62) For aircraft maintenance and repair, combine 662.183 Communications (May 62) modifier 045 with 657.100 et seq. For telemefering equipment, see 677.200. 658.200 AIRFIELD MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR EQUIPMENT (Aug. 61) Including equipment for snow clearance, fog 662.184 Space Vehicle Launching (May 62) 662.185 Data Gathering Equipment (May 62) dispersal, etc. 662.189 Other (May 62) For civil airfield maintenance and repair, see 662.200 SPACE PLATFORMS 568.000; military airfield maintenance and repair, combine modifier 032 with 791.060, et seq. 662.210 Launching and Propulsion Systems Equipment 658.900 OTHER 662.220 Navigation and Control Systems Equipment Including airfield lighting, crash barriers and 662.230 Ground Based Equipment arresting gears, cargo handling, warming and etc ui ment chin e lt t l i id 662.240 Platform Vehicle Carried Equipment p , . g q aun s, ca apu s, start ng a 659.000 Miscellaneous Transportation Equipment 662.250 Ground Support Equipment (May 62) 662.260 Platform Structures (May 62) 261 Re-Entry Structures (May 62) 662 659.100 BICYCLES 659.200 HORSE-DRAWN VEHICLES . 662.262 Shielding (May 62) 662.263 Deceleration Equipment (May 62) 659.300 TRAILERS etc. industrial trailers farm trailers Includin 662.264 Landing Structures (May 62) , , g For truck semi-trailers, see 654.130. 662.280 Platform Auxiliary Equipment (May 62) 659.900 OTHER 662.281 Reconnaissance (May 62) Including pushcarts, handcarts, wheelbarrows, etc. Including photographic and electronic. 662.282 Weapons Launching (May 62) 1. ASTRONAUTIC VEHICLES For astronautics, see 385.000; astrophysical instruments, 662.283 Communications (May 62) 647.000; guided missiles, 688.000; space medicine, 355.240. For felemefering equipment, see 677.200. 660.000 General (Jan. 67) 660.050 SPACE DEBRIS NOT OTHERWISE IDENTIFIED (Jan. 67) 662.284 Space Vehicle Launching (May 62) 662.285 Data Gathering Equipment (May 62) 662.289 Other (May 62) PAGE VI - 36 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015166WH41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Circumterrestrial Station (Continued) 662.300 COMMUNICATION SATELLITES (May 62) Including passive reflector-type satellites. For radio networks utilizing communications satellites, see 589.154; television networks utilizing communications satellites, 591.540; general networks utilizing communications satellites, 585.640; fixed radio networks utilizing communications satellites, 589.247; radio telephone networks utilizing communications satellites, 589.755. 663.000 Galactic Vehicles (Feb. 61) 663.100 SPACE AND PLANETARY PROBES 663.110 Launching and Propulsion Power Plants 633.120 Navigation and Control Systems Equipment 663.130 Ground Based Equipment 663.140 Probe and Probe Vehicle Carried Equipment 663.150 Ground Support Equipment (May 62) 663.160 Probe Structures (May 62) 663.161 Re-Entry Structures (May 62) 663.162 Shielding (May 62) 663.163 Deceleration Equipment (May 62) 663.164 Landing Equipment (May 62) 663.180 Probe Auxiliary Equipment (May 62) 663.181 Reconnaissance (May 62) Including photographic and electronic. 663.182 Weapons Launching (May 62) 663.183 Communications (May 62) For telemetering equipment, see 677.200. 663.184 Space Vehicle Launching (May 62) 663.185 Data Gathering Equipment (May 62) 663.189 Other (May 62) 663.200 MANNED SPACE SHIPS 663.210 Power Plants 663.220 Launching Vehicle Power Plants 663.230 Propulsion Power Plants 663.240 Navigation and Control Systems Equipment 663.250 Ground Based Equipment . 663.260 Space Ship Carried Equipment 663.261 Manual Control Systems (May 62) 663.270 Ground Support Equipment (May 62) 663.275 Space Ship Structures (May 62) 663.276 Re-Entry Structures (May 62) 663.277 Shielding (May 62) 663.278 Deceleration Equipment (May 62) 663.279 Landing Structures (May 62) 663.280 Space Ship Auxiliary Equipment (May 62) 663.281 Reconnaissance (May 62) Including photographic and electronic. 663.282 Weapons Launching (May 62) 663.283 Communications (May 62) For telemetering equipment, see 677.200. 663.284 Space Vehicle Launching (May 62) 663.285 Data Gathering Equipment (May 62) 663.289 Other (May 62) 664.000 Astronautic Vehicle Counter- measures Equipment For countermeasure systems, see 385.800; specific anti-astronautic vehicle weapons, see also 690.000. 664.100 EARTH LAUNCHED (Feb.64) 664.200 SPACE VEHICLE LAUNCHED (Feb. 64) J. COMMUNICATION AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES 665.000 General (May 62) For communication systems, see 585.000 et seq.; electrical quantity measuring instruments, 651.150; electron microscopes, 649.400; electronic physics instruments, 649.300, international communications organizations and conferences, 183.165; non-electric signaling equipment, 691.500; radio engineering, electronic, 371.300; electronic, telecommunication manufacturing machinery, 633.490; reconnaissance and communication equipment carried by astronautic vehicles, 662.000 and 663.000; communications wire or cable, 624.270. 665.050 SPARE PARTS NOT OTHERWISE IDENTIFIED (Feb. 64) 666.000 Telephone 666.100 STATION EQUIPMENT Including handsets, booths, special military telephone instruments, etc. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 37 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Telephone (Continued) 666.200 CENTRAL OFFICE AND SWITCHBOARD EQUIPMENT Including carrier and repeater equipment, special military switchboards, etc. 666.900 OTHER Including cable terminals, loading coils, etc. 667.000 Telegraph Including teletype machines, wire facsimile equipment, e.g., wirephoto, etc. 668.000 Radio, Including Navigation Radio Including radio-telephone and radio-telegraph equipment, AM, FM, commercial, military, fixed, broadcast, mobile, amateur, airborne, marine, etc. 668.100 TRANSMITTERS 670.000 Radar, Including Navigation Radar Including search, early warning, surveillance, height finding, IFF, airborne intercept, tail warning, battlefield surveillance radar, etc. For astronautic vehicle guidance equipment, see 662.120 of seq.; fire control radar, 681.650, 682.513, 683.213; guided missile guidance equipment, 688.300; electronic reconnaissance equipment carried by astronautic vehicles, 662.000 and 663.000; guided missile or astronautic vehicle tracking radar, 677.300. 670.100 GROUND EQUIPMENT 670.200 SHIPBORNE EQUIPMENT 670.300 AIRBORNE EQUIPMENT 672.000 Navigation Equipment, Electronic and Nonelectronic, Except Radio and Radar 668.110 Including broadcasting equipment. Ground Equipment For astronautic vehicle guidance equipment, see 662.120 et seq.; guided missile guidance equipment, 688.300. 668.120 Shipborne Equipment 672.100 INERTIAL NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT 668.130 Airborne Equipment 672.200 COMPASSES 668.200 RECEIVERS Including gyroscopic. 668.210 Ground Equipment 672.900 OTHER 668.220 Shipborne Equipment 668.230 Airborne Equipment Including azimuths, sectants, octants, plotting boards, etc. For nonelectronic signaling equipment, see 668.300 TRANSMITTER-RECEIVERS Including radiotelephones, walkie-talkies, etc. 673.000 691.500; celestial navigation, 317.310. Detection, Location, and Control 668.310 Ground Equipment Equipment 668.320 Shipborne Equipment 673.100 INFRARED 668.330 Airborne Equipment Including submarine wake detection devices, infrared battlefield surveillance equipment, etc. 669.000 Television For guided missile infrared guidance equipment, see 688.300; infrared fire control equipment, 669.100 TRANSMITTERS 669.110 Ground and Shipborne Equipment 669.120 Airborne Equipment (Feb. 64) For communication equipment carried by astronautic vehicles, see 662.000 and 663.000. 669.200 RECEIVERS 669.210 Ground and Shipborne Equipment 669.220 Airborne Equipment 681.655, 682.512, 683.212; infrared fuses, 681.710, 681.735, 681.760, 682.617, 682.627, 682.637, 682.647, 683.317, 683.327; infrared photographic film, 694.190. 673.101 Shipborne (Mar. 66) 673.102 Ground Based (Mar. 66) Including battlefield surveillance equipment. 673.103 Airborne (Mar. 66) 673.104 Space-Vehicle Borne (Mar. 66) RCH 1967 PAGE VI - 38 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Detection, Location, and Control Equipment (Continued) 673.110 Detection Materials and Elements (Feb. 61) Including thermal detectors, e.g., bolometers, thermocouples and thermopiles, etc.; and quantum detectors, e.g., photoemissive, photoconductive, photovoltaic, luminescent, and photoelectromagnetic detectors, etc. For infrared photographic film, see 694.190. 673.120 Auxiliary Components (Feb. 61) Including irdomas, scanners, display and optical equipment, circuitry, reticles, etc. 673.180 Infrared Countermeasure Equipment (Feb. 61) 673.181 Airborne Equipment (Feb. 61) 673.182 Ground-Based Equipment (Feb. 61) 673.183 Shipborne Equipment (Sept. 66) 674.000 Electronic Countermeasure Equip- ment; Electromagnetic Warfare Equipment 674.100 INTERCEPT EQUIPMENT Intercepts and analyzes radio, radar, and other communication signals to obtain location and frequency data. 674.200 JAMMING EQUIPMENT 674.210 Communications Jammers 674.220 Radar and Navigational Systems Including guided missile guidance jammers. 674.230 Deception and Camouflage Devices Including reflectors, e.g., chaff; absorbers, e.g., special coatings, etc. For nonelectronic camouflage and deception equipment, see 691.700. 673.200 ACOUSTIC 673.210 Hydroacoustic Detection/Location Devices (Sonar) (Mar. 66) For acoustic signatures of ships combine 676.000 Electronic Data Processing Equip- ment and Computers , modifier 047 with appropriate codes in 656.000 Section. 673.211 Surface Shipborne (Mar. 66) For other aspects of data processing and information storage, control, and retrieval, see 311.300; automatic production control equipment, 631.560; office machines, 633.340. 673.212 Submarine Borne or Underwater (Mar. 66) 676.100 CARD PUNCHING AND SORTING DEVICES 673.213 Shore Based (Mar. 66) Fixed bottom installation. 676.200 PUNCHED CARD EQUIPMENT 676.300 MAGNETIC TAPE EQUIPMENT 673.214 Airborne (Mar. 66) 676.400 ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING PRINTERS 673.215 Sonobuoys (Mar. 66) OR LISTERS 673.216 Fish Detection Devices (Mar. 66) For fathometers, see 646.000. 676.500 COMPUTERS, GENERAL For fire control computers, see 681.670, 673.220 Aeroacoustic Detection/Location Devices (Mar. 66) 673.221 Shipborne (Mar.66) 673.222 Ground Based (Mar. 66) Including battlefield surveillance equipment. 673.223 Airborne (Mar. 66) 673.300 MAGNETIC Including submarine detection devices, degaussing equipment, etc. 673.310 Shipborne (Mar. 66) 673.320 Ground Based (Mar. 66) 673.330 Airborne (Mar. 66) 673.340 Space-Vehicle Borne (Mar. 66) 673.400 PHOTOELECTRIC 673.900 OTHER (Aug. 64) 682.5 76, 683.216. 676.510 Computer Components Including magnetic cores, drums, discs, etc. 676.600 CHARACTER READING EQUIPMENT 677.000 Miscellaneous Electronic Devices 677.100 AUDIO SURVEILLANCE Including wire tapping, specialized radio devices, etc. 677.200 TELEMETERING EQUIPMENT Equipment used to transmit the measurement of various quantities from a distance, e.g., transmission of astronomical data from a rocket. Includes miniature radio transmitters and other special devices. For astrophysical instruments, see 647.000; meteorological instruments, 646.100; telemetry, 385.600. MARCIdppp?aved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 39 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Miscellaneous Electronic Devices (Continued) 677.300 GUIDED MISSILE AND ASTRONAUTIC VEHICLE TRACKING EQUIPMENT For astronautic vehicle tracking, see 385.500, missile tracking stations, 788.542; theodolites, 651.050. 677.400 COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY EQUIPMENT Including scramblers, etc. 677.500 AMPLIFYING EQUIPMENT Including commercial sound equipment, public address equipment, microphones, etc. For amplifiers and amplifier components, see 678.150; phonographs and recording equipment, 694.700. 677.900 OTHER 677.950 Quantum Mechanical Devices (62) Including lasers or optical masers, molecular amplifiers and generators, quantum mechanical devices, irasers, paramagnetic masers and amplifiers, infrared masers, coherent generation or emission, quantum radio engineering, negative absorption, population inversion, uvasers (ultra-violet). For theory of quantum research phenomena, see 319.247; laser materials, NEC, 625.294. 678.000 Electronic, Communication Components For communications wire, see 624.270; coaxial cable and wave guides, 624.275. 678.010 ELECTRONIC MATERIALS, NEC (Oct. 65) Elements used in making basic electronic components. 678.050 ELECTRON TUBES, VACUUM TUBES Including magnetrons, storage tubes, traveling wave, subminiature and miniature, carcinotrans, klystrons, cathode-ray, electron beam, etc. 678.100 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES Including transistors, crystal diodes, dry rectifiers, photosensitive elements, etc. For semiconducting materials, see 625.222 and 625.292. 678.150 AMPLIFIERS AND AMPLIFIER COMPONENTS, EXCEPT ELECTRON TUBES AND RESISTORS 678.200 RECTIFIERS AND RECTIFIER COMPONENTS, EXCEPT ELECTRON TUBES AND RESISTORS 678.250 OSCILLATORS AND OSCILLATOR COMPONENTS, EXCEPT ELECTRON TUBES AND RESISTORS 678.300 RESISTORS 678.350 CAPACITORS 678.400 ELECTRONIC TRANSFORMERS 678.450 INTEGRATED ELECTRONIC DEVICES Structures performing the function of electronic circuits and viewedas components. 678.451 Modular Assemblies (Feb. 64) Using conventional or microminiature components. Including printed circuit board, welded circuit, and subminiature modular assemblies; micromodules and unitized component assemblies. For research on theory of electric circuits, see 319.455; magnetic circuits, 319.500. 678.452 Thin Film Structure (Feb. 64) Circuit components deposited in the form of metallic layers. 678:459 Other (Feb. 64) Including functional solid state structures and functional electro-mechanical structures. 678.500 CRYSTALS 678.550 INSULATORS 678.600 MICROWAVE COMPONENTS Including cavity resonators, multiplexers, etc. 678.650 COOLING EQUIPMENT 678.700 ANTENNAS 678.710 Radio 678.720 Television 678.730 Radar 678.790 Other 678.900 OTHER (Oct. 65) K. WEAPONS, AMMUNITION, AND MILITARY EQUIPMENT 680.000 General (May 62) For ballistics, see 319.110; explosives, 619.400; military electronic equipment, 665.000 et seq. with military modifiers; military transportation equipment, 653.000 et seq. with military modifiers; military and ordnance engineering, 373.000. 680.010 WEAPONS NOT OTHERWISE IDENTIFIED (Feb. 64) 680.020 AMMUNITION AND/OR EXPLOSIVES NOT OTHERWISE IDENTIFIED (Feb. 64) 680.100 EXPLOSIVE HANDLING, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL EQUIPMENT (May 63) PAGE VI - 40 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300"6011467 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 681.000 Ground Weapons and Ammunition 681.010 SMALL ARMS 681.115 Types 681.015 Types 681.120 Rocket Launchers, Shoulder or Carriage 681.020 Pistols and Revolvers 681.125 (Bazooka Type) Grenade Launchers 681.025 Submachine Guns Including rifle, etc. 681.030 Rifles, Carbines, and Shotguns 681.130 Components 681.035 Machine Guns and Automatic Rifles 681.135 Barrels and Liners 681.037 Under 10-mm 681.140 Launchers and Projectors 681.039 10-mm through 20-mm 681.145 Feed and Ejection Mechanisms 681.041 21-mm through 30-mm 681.150 Firing Mechanisms 681.045 Components 681.155 Mounts and Carriages 681.050 681.055 Barrels and Liners Launchers and Projectors 681.160 Ammunition 681.060 Including grenade, wire, etc. Feed and Ejection Mechanisms 681.165 Antitank Rockets (Bazooka Type) 681.170 Antitank Grenades 681.065 Firing Mechanisms 681.180 MORTARS 681.070 Mounts 681.185 Types 681.074 681.075 Other (Including Silencers) (Feb. 64) Ammunition 681.187 Under 85-mm 681.189 85-mm through 120-mm 681.080 Size 681.191 Over 120-mm 681.082 Under 10-mm 084 10-mm through 20-mm 681 681.195 Components . 681.200 Barrels (Tubes) 681.0 86 21-mm through 30-mm 681 205 Breech Mechanisms 681.090 Types . 681.092 Ball 681.210 Recoil Mechanisms 681.094 Armor Piercing 681.215 Firing Mechanisms 681.096 Armor Piercing Incendiary 681.220 Base Plates 681.098 Incendiary 681.225 Mounts and Carriages 681.100 High Explosive 681.230 Ammunition 681.102 Tracer 681.235 Size 681.105 HOME MADE AND HAND-TO-HAND COMBAT WEAPONS Including bayonets, knives, blackjacks, rope, piano wire, pipe, spikes, zip guns and/or homemade type weapons. 681.237 Under 85-mm 681.239 85-mm through 120-mm 681.241 Over 120-mm 681.245 Types MARChooMved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 41 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Ground Weapons and Ammunition (Continued) 681.360 Coast Artillery 681.255 RECOILLESS RIFLES 681.362 681.260 Types Under 77-mm (3 inch) 681.262 Under 76-mm 681.364 77-mm through 107-mm 681.264 76-mm and above Including 4.2 inch. 681.270 Components 681.366 108-mm through 155-mm 681.275 Barrels (Tubes) Including 5 inch. 681.280 Breech Mechanisms 681.368 156-mm through 240-mm 681.285 Firing Mechanisms 681.290 Mounts and Carriages Including 6.8 inch. 681.295 Ammunition 681.370 Over 240-mm 681.305 ARTILLERY GUNS AND HOWITZERS Including 10, 12, 16 inch. 681.310 Types 681.375 Components 681.315 Field, Mountain, and Antitank 681.380 Barrels (Tubes) and Liners U d n er 77-mm (3 inch) 681.385 Bore Evacuators 681.319 77-mm through 107-mm 681.390 Breech Mechanisms 681.321 Including 4.2 inch. 108-mm through 155-mm Including 5 inch. 681.395 681.400 Extracting and Ejecting Mechanisms Obturators and Obturation Systems 681.323 156-mm through 240-mm 681.405 Feeding and Loading Mechanisms Including 6.8 inch. 681.410 Firing Mechanisms and Safety Devices 681.325 Over 240-mm 681.415 Recoil Mechanisms Including 10, 12, 16 inch. 681.330 Antiaircraft 681.420 Brakes 681.332 681.425 Under 77-mm (3 inch) Recuperators 681 334 681.430 77-mm throu h 107-mm Mounts and Carriages . I g ncluding 4.2 inch. 681.435 Equilibrators 681.336 681.440 Ammunition 108-mm through 155-mm Including 5 inch. 681.445 Size 681.338 I 681.340 I 156-mm through 240-mm 681.447 Under 77-mm ncluding 6.8 inch. 681.449 77-mm through 107-mm Over 240-mm 681.451 108-mm through 155-mm ncl di 10 12 16 i h 681.345 u ng , , nc . Tank and Self-Propelled 681.453 156-mm through 240-mm 681.455 Over 240-mm 681.347 Under 77-mm (3 inch) 681.460 Types 681.349 77-mm through 107-mm 681.462 High Explosive Including 4.2 inch. 681.464 Armor Piercing 681.351 108-mm through 155-mm 681.466 Sabot Types Including 5 inch. 681 468 S ueeze Bore 681.353 156-mm through 240-mm . q Including 6.8 inch. 681.470 Rocket and Jet Assisted 681.355 Over 240-mm 681.472 Shrapnel and Canister Including 10, 12, 16 inch. 681.474 Recoilless PAGE VI - 42 Approved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030046OW 467 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Ground Weapons and Ammunition (Continued) 681.485 ROCKET LAUNCHERS AND FIELD AND FREE FLIGHT ROCKETS (Excluding infantry antitank rocket launchers.) 681.490 Launcher Types 681.495 Surface-to-Surface 681.497 Under 150-mm 681.499 150-mm and Above 681.505 Surface-to-Air 681.507 Under 100-mm 681.509 100-mm and Above 681.515 Components 681.520 681.525 681.530 681.535 Launchers (Tubes, Rails, etc.) Loading Apparatus Firing Mechanisms Mounts and Carriages 681.540 Field and Free Flight Rockets 681.545 Surface-to-Surface Rockets (Jan. 67) 681.550 Surface-to-Air Rockets (Jan. 67) 681.560 GRENADES For antitank grenades, see 681.170. 681.565 Hand Grenades 681.570 Rifle Grenades 681.580 LAND MINES AND DEMOLITION EQUIPMENT 681.585 Land Mines and Booby Traps 681.590 Antitank Mines 681.595 Antipersonnel Mines 681.600 Shallow Water Mines 681.605 Booby Traps and Antilifting Devices 681.610 Land Mine Detecting Equipment and Devices 681.615 Countermeasure Equipment and Devices 681.620 Land Mine Clearing Equipment and Devices 681.625 Countermeasure Equipment and Devices 681.630 Demolition Equipment 681.635 Land Mine Laying Equipment and Devices (May 66) 681.640 FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT, GROUND WEAPONS (GUNS AND ROCKETS) 681.645 Electrical and Mechanical Equipment 681.650 Radar Equipment 681.655 Infrared Including sniperscopes, etc. 681.660 Optical Equipment Including range and height finders, telescopes, etc. 681.665 Sights, Aiming Circles 681.670 Computers 681.675 Gyro Stabilizers 681.685 FUZES, GROUND WEAPONS 681.690 Artillery and Mortar 681.695 Mechanical 681.700 Chemical 681.705 Electrical 681.710 Electronic Including proximity, infrared, etc. 681.715 Rockets 681.720 Mechanical 681.725 Chemical 681.730 Electrical 681.735 Electronic Including proximity, infrared, etc. 681.740 Mine 681.745 Mechanical 681.750 Chemical 681.755 Electrical 681.760 Electronic Including proximity, infrared, etc. 681.770 DETONATORS AND PRIMERS, GROUND WEAPONS 682.000 Naval Weapons and Ammunition 682.100 GUNS AND ROCKETS 682.105 Types 682.110 Multipurpose Guns Including shore and surface bombardment. 682.112 155-mm and Below 682.114 Over 155-mm PAGE VI - 43 MARCAp ed For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Naval Weapons and Ammunition (Continued) 682.120 Antiaircraft Guns 682.125 Rocket Launchers, Free-Flight 682.127 Surface-to-Surface 682.129 Surface-to-Air 682.135 Components 682.140 Naval Gun Components 682.142 Barrels (Tubes) and Liners 682.144 Bore Evacuators 682.146 Breech Mechanisms 682.148 Extracting and Ejection Mechanisms 682.150 Obturators and Obturation Systems 682.152 Feeding and Loading Mechanisms 682.154 Firing Mechanisms and Safety Devices 682.156 Recoil Mechanisms 682.158 Brakes 682.160 Recuperators 682.162 Carriages, Mounts, Turrets 682.164 Equilibrators 682.170 Rocket Launcher Components 682.172 Launchers 682.174 Loading Apparatus 682.176 Firing Mechanisms 682.178 Mounts and Carriages 682.180 Ammunition 682.185 Naval Gun Ammunition 682.190 Rockets 682.200 TORPEDOES For airborne torpedoes, see 683.196; underwater guided missiles, 688.000 Section. 682.210 Propulsion Equipment 682.220 Launching Devices 682.221 Submerged 682.222 Surface 682.230 Torpedo Countermeasure Equipment 682.231 Detection Equipment 682.232 Antihoming Equipment 682.233 Antifiring Equipment Including degaussing, etc. 682.300 NAVAL MINES 682.310 Drifting 682.320 Ground Rests on sea bottom. 682.330 Moored 682.340 Antisweep Devices 682.350 Mine Laying Equipment and Devices (May 66) For minelayer ships, see 656.470. 682.380 Countermeasure Equipment 682.381 Detection Devices 682.382 Sweeping Equipment 682.383 Demolition Equipment 682.400 ANTISUBMARINE WEAPONS 682.410 Depth Charges 682.450 Countermeasure Equipment 682.500 FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT, NAVAL WEAPONS Including homing devices. 682.510 Gun and Rocket 682.511 Electrical and Mechanical Equipment 682.512 Infrared 682.513 Radar Equipment 682.514 Optical Equipment Including range and height finders, telescopes, etc. 682.515 Sights, Aiming Circles 682.516 Computers 682.517 Gyrostabilizers 682.520 Torpedo 682.530 Depth Charge 682.600 FUZES, NAVAL WEAPONS 682.610 Ammunition and Rocket 682.611 Mechanical 682.613 Chemical 682.615 Electrical 682.617 Electronic Including proximity, infrared, etc. PAGE VI - 44 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991R0003001-0967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Naval Weapons and Ammunition (Continued) 683.170 Ammunition Rockets Bombs Mines 682.620 Torpedo , , , , Tor d 682.621 Mechanical pe oes 682.623 Chemical 683.175 Machine Gun and Cannon Ammunition 682.625 Electrical 682.627 Electronic I l di i 683.177 Under 16-mm 683.179 16-mm through 30-mm nc u ng prox mity, infrared, etc. 682.630 Mine 683.181 Over 30-mm 682.631 Mechanical 683.185 Rockets 682.633 Chemical 682.635 Electrical 682.637 Electronic 683.187 Under 100-mm 683.189 100-mm and Above I l di 683 190 Bombs Hi h E l i nc u ng proximity, infrared, etc. . , g xp os ve 682.640 Depth Charge For biological warfare bombs, see 682.6 41 Mechanical 685.245; chemical warfare bombs, 682.6 43 Chemical 686.455; nuclear warfare explosive devices, 684.110; guided missile warheads, 682.6 45 Electrical 688.500. 682.6 47 Electronic 683.193 Mines Including proximity, infrared, etc. 683.196 Torpedoes 682.700 DETONATORS AND PRIMERS, NAVAL For underwater guided missiles see WEAPONS , 688.000 Section. 683.000 Aircraft Weapons and Ammunition 683.200 FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT, AIR WEAPONS 683.100 GUNS, ROCKETS, BOMBS, MINES, 683.210 Guns and Rockets TORPEDOES 683.110 Types, Bomb Racks, and Gun Turrets 683.211 Electrical and Mechanical Equipment 683.112 Machine Guns and Cannons 683.212 Infrared 683.114 Under 16-mm 683.116 16-mm through 30-mm 683.118 Over 30-mm 683.213 Radar Equipment 683.214 Optical Equipment Including range and height finders, 683.120 Rocket Launchers telescopes, etc. 683.122 Under 100-mm 683.124 100-mm and Above 683.215 683.216 Sights, Aiming Circles Computers 683.130 683.135 Bomb Racks, Mine Racks, and Releasing Devices Gun Turrets 683.217 683.220 Gyrostabilizers Bombs 683.221 Electrical and Mechanical Equipment 683.140 Components 683.222 Radar Equi ment 683.145 Barrels and Liners p 683.150 Launchers and Projectors 683.223 Optical Equipment 683.155 Feed and Ejection Mechanisms 683.224 Sights, Aiming Circles 683.160 Firing Mechanisms 683.225 Computers 683.165 Mounts 683.226 Gyrostabilizers MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 45 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Aircraft Weapons and Ammunition (Continued) 684.500 DETECTION, PROTECTION, AND DECON- N MATERIEL 300 683 AIR WEAPONS FUZES TAMINATIO , . 683.310 Ammunition and Rocket For detection of nuclear explosions, see 327.421; disposal of radioactive wastes, 271.305; 683.311 Mechanical radiation sickness, 355.726. 683.313 683.315 Chemical Electrical 684.510 Detection Equipment Including warning devices, dosimeters, etc. 317 683 Electronic . 683.320 Including proximity, infrared, etc. Bombs 684.520 Protective Masks 684.530 Protective Clothing 683.321 Mechanical 683.323 Chemical 683.325 Electrical 683.327 Electronic 684.540 Protective Kits For drugs counteracting radiation, see 619.232. 684.550 Decontamination Agents and Materiel 684.600 HANDLING AND STORAGE EQUIPMENT Including proximity, infrared, etc. 685.000 Biological Warfare Equipment 683.400 DETONATORS AND PRIMERS, AIR WEAPONS 684.000 Nuclear Warfare Equipment For atomic energy plant equipment, see 633.180; nuclear engineering, 381.000; nuclear engines for transportation equipment, 654.414, 655.150, 656.832, 657.565; nuclear fuels, 628.510; nuclear physics, 319.605; nuclear power, 630.400; nuclear power reactors, 631.055; nuclear guided missile propulsion equipment, 688.775; nuclear physics instruments and apparatus, 649.600. 684.100 NUCLEAR WEAPONS 684.110 Explosive Weapons 684.111 Fission Devices (Atomic Bomb) 684.115 Fusion Devices (Hydrogen or H Bomb, Thermonuclear Bomb) 684.120 Radioactive Agents Agents which are disseminated by bombs, rockets, shells, etc., without a nuclear explosion. 684.200 DELIVERY MATERIEL For guided missile nuclear warheads, see 688.510. 684.210 Ground or Naval Artillery, Rocket Launchers, and Mortars Designed for or adapted to nuclear warfare use. 684.220 Ground or Naval Shells, Mines, Rockets, Grenades, and Torpedoes 684.230 Aerial Delivery Devices 684.231 Generators, Sprayers, etc. For disease research, see 355.600 et seq.; disease incidence, 271.070. 685.100 AGENTS 685.110 Antihuman and Antianimal Including various bacterial, viral, and rickettsial diseases. 685.150 Anticrop Including various fungi, viral, and bacterial diseases and also various herbicidal chemicals such as growth regulators and defoliants. 685.200 DELIVERY MATERIEL For guided missile biological warfare warheads, see 688.520. 685.210 Ground or Naval Artillery, Rocket Launchers, and Mortars Designed for or adapted to biological warfare use. 685.220 Ground or Naval Shells, Mines, Rockets, and Grenades 685.230 Ground or Naval Generators and Sprayers 685.240 Aerial Dissemination Devices 685.241 Generators, Sprayers, etc. 685.245 Bombs PAGE VI - 46 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015bW14 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Biological Warfare Equipment (Continued) 686.170 685.500 DETECTION, PROTECTION, AND DECON- TAMINATION MATERIEL 685.51 0 Detection Equipment Including warning devices. 686.190 685.53 0 Protective Clothing 686.200 685.54 0 Protective Kits and Materiel Designed for Human and Animal BW Defense Including vaccines, serums, antibiotics, etc. 686.250 685.55 0 Plant Protective Equipment 686.300 685.560 Decontamination Kits, Agents, and Materiel 686.400 685.600 HANDLING AND STORAGE EQUIPMENT 686.000 Chemical Warfare Equipment 686.110 Vesicants Blister gases. Cause inflammation, blistering, and general destruction of the tissues. Examples: dimethyl sulfate, ethyl dichloro- arsine, lewisite, methyl dichloroarsine, dichloroethyl sulfide (mustard gas), nitrogen mustards, sesqui mustard, etc. 686.125 Irritants Including urticants or nettle agents which cause intense itching or burning; lacrimators or tear gases, causing a copious flow of tears and intense (temporary) eye pain; and sternutators and lung irritants which cause temporary irritation of the nose, throat, and upper respiratory tract. Examples: phosgene oxime, brombenzyl cyanide, chloroacetophenone, excelsior, diphenyl- aminechloroarsine (adamsite), diphenyl chloroarsine, Biphenyl cyanarsine, etc. 686.140 Lung Injurants Cause irritation and inflammation of the bronchial tubes and lungs resulting in edema and eventual drowning in severe cases. Examples: chlorine, chloropicrin, diphosgene, phenyl dichloroarsine, phosgene, triphosgene, etc. 686.155 Systemic Toxics Body poison which causes injury after being absorbed in the blood stream. Examples: arsine, cyanogen chloride, dichloro dimethyl ether, hydrogen cyanide. Nerve Gases Inactivate the enzyme cholinesterase which results in an excessive accumulation of acetylcholine in the body, thereby blocking transmission of nerve impulses causing excessive activity of smooth muscles and glands, and eventually convulsions and death. Other (Feb. 64) INCENDIARY AGENTS Used for destruction by fire; usually disseminated by flame throwers or aerial bombs. ANTIMATERIAL AGENTS SCREENING SMOKES DELIVERY MATERIEL For guided missile chemical warfare warheads, see 688.520. 686.410 Ground or Naval Artillery, Rocket Launchers, Mortars, and Small Arms Designed for or adapted to chemical warfare use. 686.420 Ground or Naval Shells, Mines, Rockets, and Grenades 686.430 Ground or Naval Generators, Sprayers, Pots, and Candles 686.440 Flame Throwers 686.450 Aerial Dissemination Devices 686.451 Generators, Sprayers, etc. 686.453 Gas and Smoke Bombs 686.455 Incendiary Bombs 686.457 Flame Throwers 686.600 DETECTION, PROTECTION, AND DECON- TAMINATION MATERIEL 686.610 Detection Equipment Including warning devices. 686.620 Masks, Gas and Special Purpose Including unspecified types of protective masks. 686.630 Oxygen Breathing Apparatus 686.640 Protective Clothing 686.650 Protective Kits Including ointments, etc. 686.660 Decontamination Kits, Agents, and Materiel 686.700 HANDLING AND STORAGE EQUIPMENT MARCH \9i roved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 47 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Chemical Warfare Equipment (Continued) 686.800 PYROTECHNIC SIGNALING AND ILLUMINATING AGENTS AND MATERIEL 686.810 Agents 686.820 Ground and Naval Dissemination Materiel 686.830 Aerial Dissemination Materiel 688.000 Guided Missiles For aerodynamics, see 319.170; astronautic vehicles, 662.000 et seq.; astronautics, 385.000, aeronautical engineering, 369.500; guided missile engineering, 369.800; guided missile launching sites, 788.500; test launching, 788.540; military guided missile organization, 740.000; military guided missile tactics, 744.080; unidentified construction which may have guided missile significance, 403.165; unidentified non-military installations which may have guided missile significance, 403.700; unidentified military sites which may have guided missile significance, 793.100. 688.010 GUIDED MISSILE MATERIALS IN GENERAL Use for general discussions of guided missile materials, specifications, standards, etc. Index specific materials under other appropriate subjects in this chapter. 688.100 TYPES Enter here unidentified types. Index also other aspects, e.g., guidance, warheads, etc. 688.110 Air-to-Air (AAM) 688.115 Air-to-Surface (ASM) 688.120 Air-to-Underwater (AUM) 688.125 Surface-to-Air (SAM) 688.130 Antimissile Missiles 688.135 Surface-to-Surface (SSM) 688.137 Short and Medium Range Including ranges up to 800 nautical miles. 688.139 Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile (IRBM) Including ranges 800-3,500 nautical miles. 688.141 Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Including ranges over 3,500 nautical miles. 688.145 Surface-to-Underwater (SUM) 688.150 Underwater-to-Air (UAM) 688.155 Underwater-to-Surface (USM) Including underwater-to-surface IRBM and ICBM missiles. 688.160 Underwater-to-Underwater 688.190 Other Including research missiles. 688.200 AIR FRAME Including information on missile configuration and structural materials. 688.210 Nose Cone and/or Re-Entry Body For other aspects of re-entry into the earth's atmosphere, see 319.180. 688.220 Structural Air Frame, Body, or Fuselage 688.230 Control Surfaces and/or Auxiliary Appendages 688.300 GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT Including radio, radar, infrared, and computer equipment. 688.310 Guidance Equipment not Carried by Missile Including radio and radar equipment and beacons used in conjunction with missile carried guidance equipment. 688.350 Missile Carried Guidance and Control Equipment Including inertial; preset; terrestrial reference; celestial; radar map matching; command; beam riding; semiactive, active and passive (infrared) homing; radio navigation; etc. 688.400 FUZES 688.410 Contact 688.420 Influence 688.421 Proximity Including radio wave, infrared, etc. 688.425 Altimeter, Air Pressure 688.500 WARHEADS 688.510 Nuclear 688.520 Biological and Chemical Warfare 688.530 High Explosive and Shaped Charge 688.590 Other Including blast, fragmentation, cluster, etc. 688.600 ELECTRICAL, PNEUMATIC, HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT Provides power to run other missile equipment and move control surfaces in response to guidance course changes. Including specialized batteries, servomechanisms, hydraulic accumulators, solenoids, pneumatic and hydraulic valves, potentiometers, electromagnetic and fluid clutches, etc. PAGE VI - 48 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150 I 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Guided Missiles (Continued) 688.700 PROPULSION EQUIPMENT For special and high performance fuels, see 628.500. 688.705 Jet 688.710 Turbojet 688.715 Ramjet 688.720 Other 688.725 Rocket Including rocket boosters. 688.730 Solid Propellant 688.735 Igniters 688.740 Nozzles 688.745 Combustion Chamber 688.750 Liquid Propellant 688.755 Igniters 688.760 Fuel and Oxidizer Equipment Including storage tanks, fuel lines, valves, fuel pumps, etc. 688.765 Nozzles 688.770 Combustion Chamber 688.775 Nuclear 688.780 Reactor 688.785 Propulsion Devices Including turbojet, ramjet, rocket, direct fission, etc. 688.790 Other Including photon, ion, plasma, etc. 688.800 LAUNCHING, HANDLING, TESTING, AND TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT For mobile launching equipment, combine subject modifier 078 with appropriate subjects listed in 654.000, 655.000, 656.000 and 657.000; launching sites, 788.500. 688.810 Transport and Handling Equipment 688.811 Fuel 688.815 Missiles 688.820 Testing Equipment 688.830 Launching Devices 688.831 Ground Launchers 688.833 Shipboard Launchers Including submarine launching equipment. 688.835 Aircraft Mounted Launchers 688.840 Fire Fighting and Damage Control Equipment 690.000 Other Weapons (Including Advanced Weapons) For astronautic vehicle countermeasures weapons, see also 664.000. 690.100 DEATH RAYS AND WAVES Including ultrasonic devices, etc. 690.200 ELECTROMAGNETIC BEAM WEAPONS (May 63) Including weapon application of focused radiation of radio and radar frequencies, laser beams, and x-rays. 690.300 PARTICLE BEAM WEAPONS (May 63) Including accelerator gun devices generating beams of subatomic particles. 690.400 PROJECTED PLASMA WEAPONS (May 63) Including devices generating and accelerating plasmoids of the ball-lightning type. 691.000 Quartermaster and Miscellaneous Military Equipment For construction equipment, see 633.300. 691.100 CLOTHING AND RELATED EQUIPMENT Including handwear and footwear. For civilian clothing, see 610.300. 691.105 Dress 691.110 Field Including helmets. 691.115 Special Purpose 691.120 Arctic, Desert, and Tropic Warfare Including snow shoes, skis, etc. 691.125 Diving Gear 691.130 Underwater Demolition (UDT) and Reconnaissance Gear Gear designed for frogmen, e.g., flippers, special oxygen equipment, etc. 691.135 Protective, Except Helmets Including body armor, asbestos fire fighting suits, etc. For biological warfare protective equipment, see 685.500; chemical warfare protective equipment, 686.600; nuclear warfare protective equipment, 684.500. 691.140 Flying Including flying, anti-G, pressure, electrically heated, and low temperature suits; helmets; and oxygen masks; etc. For parachutes, see 691.800. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VI - 49 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Quartermaster and Miscellaneous Military Equipment (Continued) 694.160 694.165 Cameras, Still and Motion Picture Aerial Photography Cameras 691.200 SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT 170 694 Projection Apparatus; Motion Picture 691,210 Life Vests and Rafts . Studio and Theater Equipment, Except 691.220 Survival, Evasion and Escape Kits Cameras 691.290 Other 694.180 Developing, Printing, and Darkroom 691.300 SUBSISTENCE EQUIPMENT Apparatus 691.310 Rations 691.390 Other 694.190 Photographic Film Including mess gear, tentage, field packs, etc. Including infrared film. 691.400 TRAINING DEVICES Including link trainers, parachute jump towers, gunnery mockup, etc. 691.500 SIGNAL EQUIPMENT, NONELECTRIC Including reflecting, semaphores, flags, heliographs, etc. For pyrotechnic signaling equipment, see 686.800. 691.600 BRIDGE AND STREAM CROSSING EQUIPMENT, PORTABLE 691.700 CAMOUFLAGE AND DECEPTION EQUIPMENT Including nets, concealment devices, simulated gun firing, etc. For electronic camouflage and deception equipment, see 674.230. 691.800 PARACHUTES 691.900 MISCELLANEOUS 691.910 Barrage Balloons and Related Equipment L. OTHER PRODUCTS AND EQUIPMENT 694.000 Miscellaneous End Products of Manufacturing Industries 694.100 FURNITURE AND FIXTURES Including mattresses and bedsprings; metal and wood household furniture; office furniture; laboratory, hospital, professional, beauty and barber shop furniture, etc. For lighting fixtures, see 638.000. 694.150 PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT For lenses, see 644.500; photographic chemicals, 619.980. For scientific aspects of photography, see 319.353; photographic equipment carried by astronautic vehicles, 662.000 and 663.000. 694.195 Nuclear Emulsions A type of photographic emulsion, used to register the track of a charged particle as a series of dark grains, visible on microscopic examination. 694.200 MOTION PICTURES For motion pictures as a cultural medium, see 239.400; motion pictures as a propaganda medium, 163.130, 135.577. 694.250 SPECIALIZED INTELLIGENCE AND ESPIONAGE DEVICES Including miniature cameras, secret writing materials, etc. For audio surveillance equipment, see 677.100. 694.300 PERSONAL SAFETY EQUIPMENT, NON- MILITARY Including helmets, goggles, oxygen breathing apparatus, safety clothing, hazard measuring devices, water safety equipment, safety belts, etc. For military personal safety equipment, see 691.135. 694.350 WATER PURIFICATION EQUIPMENT Including clarification, sterilization, chemical feeders, water softening, etc. For water purification and softening compounds, see 619.925. 694.400 Desalting Equipment For desalting research, see 363.420; desalting system, 271.340. 694.450 SEWAGE DISPOSAL EQUIPMENT Including clarification, chlorination, chemical feeders, aeration, etc. PAGE VI - 50 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003001500M &CH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Miscellaneous End Products of Manufacturing Industries (Continued) 694.800 694.500 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND MISCELLANEOUS FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT For aircraft fire detection and extinguishing equipment, see 657.840; fire engines, 654.140. For railroad signaling equipment, see 655.420. 694.850 694.600 SPORT AND RECREATION EQUIPMENT; TOYS 694.650 JEWELRY 694.900 694.700 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS; RECORDING EQUIPMENT 694.901 694.750 STATIONERS AND OFFICE SUPPLIES, EXCEPT PAPER Including pens, pencils, lead, crayons, artists material, paper clips, etc. For office machines, see 633.340; paper products, 612.200. APPLIANCES Including irons, coffee makers, vacuum cleaners, household fans, etc. For plumbing and heating equipment, see 637.550; refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, 631.555. PRODUCTS OF PRINTING AND PUBLISHING Including books, magazines, etc. For Communist publishing houses and printing establishments, see 135.569; cultural and social aspects of literature, 239.500; paper and paper products, 612,200. MISCELLANEOUS Including matches, brushes, buttons, fireworks, etc. Storage Containers, Not Elsewhere Classified For metal storage tanks, see 624.100; metal containers, except storage tanks, 624.450; paper containers, 612.290; glass containers, 625.212, containers for radioactive materials, 633.205; explosive storage equipment, 680.100. Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 %r/ Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05105: CIA-RDP81S00991R00030015Q001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 CHAPTER VII 700.000 ARMED FORCES SUBJECT MODIFIERS Subject modifier 140-169 listed below should be combined with the subject codes in this Chapter to specify the branch or sub-branch of the Armed Forces concerned. Omission of the military modifier will indicate that the military organization is not specified or is general. More than one subject modifier may be combined with a single subject, as necessary, e.g., 140/159/181/736.100-Table of Organization and Equipment of the Army's Reserve Ground Forces. Several sections within this Chapter have subject modifiers which can be used only with the section or codes appearing in parentheses. 026 Underground Installations (786-793 Sections) (Feb. 61) 027 Sabotage, Safety, Security, Vulnerability (May 63) For security and vulnerability of military installations in general, see 786.000. 032 Construction, Repair, and Expansion of Military Facilities (752.200; 786-793 Sections) 034 Dismantling and Relocation (May 63) 036 Abandonment, Deactivation (May 63) 037 Reactivation (May 63) 067 Withdrawal (May 63) Area Rule: Primary Area is country withdrawing; Secondary Area is country from which withdrawn. 072 Underwater (Submarine) Related (Oct. 65) Combine with various military subjects when code is not self-explanatory as underwater related to show connection of activities or sites with underwater activity. 073 Chemical Warfare Related (Oct. 65) Combine with various military subjects when code is not self-explanatory as chemical warfare related to show connection of activities or sites with chemical warfare. 074 Biological Warfare Related (Oct. 65) Combine with various military subjects when code is not self-explanatory as biological warfare related to show connection of activities or sites with biological warfare. 075 Atomic and Nuclear Energy Related (May 63) Combine with various military subjects when code is not self-explanatory as atomic related to show connection of activities or sites with atomic energy. 077 Space Related (Sept. 62) Combine with various military subjects when code is not self-explanatory as space related to show connection of activities or sites with space. 078 Guided Missile Related (Feb. 61) Combine with various military subjects when code is not self-explanatory as guided missile related to show connection of activities or sites with guided missiles. For specific guided missile activities or sites, see various subjects in this Chapter, e.g., 714.400, guided missile policy; 788.500, guided missile sites, etc. 079 Possible, Suspicious, Unusual, or Suspected Sites or Sightings, Activities, or Events (Feb. 61) For possible or suspected communications sites or activities, combine modifier 079 with various subjects listed in Chapter V; for possible or suspected industrial installations or activities, combine modifier 079 with various subjects listed in Chapter VI; unidentified non- military installations, 403.700; unidentified military installations, 793.100. 140 Army 145 Navy 150 Air Force 151 Rocket Forces (May 63) 153 Police, Civilian (May 66) 155 Marines and Naval Infantry 157 Coast Guard 159 Reserves 161 Border (Frontier) and Coastal Guards 163 Interior Guards 165 Militia, National Guard 167 Unconventional Forces (Guerrillas, Partisans, etc.) Usually under armed forces control or administration. For insurgent groups, see 720.000. MARCH 1967Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81SO0991R000300150001-1AGE VII - 1 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 169 Military and Militarized Societies, Clubs (e.g., DOSAF, DOSARM) 181 180 Order of Battle 182 Including unit identification, strength, disposition and 185 command structure. 186 Tables of Organization and Equipment (730-740 Sections) Combat Effectiveness (July 66) Officer Personnel Enlisted Personnel A. GENERAL 701.000 Status of the Armed Forces 701.100 MILITARY HISTORY 701.200 LEGAL BASIS 701.300 MILITARY TRADITIONS, CEREMONIES, AND DECORATIONS Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country presenting decoration; Secondary Area is nationality of recipient. For non-military ceremoniesand decorations, see 207.300. 701.400 POLITICAL POSITION OF THE ARMED FORCES For political indoctrination of armed forces, combine military modifiers with 157.613. 701.410 Relations Between Regime and Armed Forces Including political influence of military men. Area Rule for relations with foreign government: Primary Area is nationality of armed forces; Secondary Area is country with which armed forces are having relations. 701.411 Dissatisfaction With Regime, Lack of Support for Regime 701.420 Relations Within and Between the Armed Forces 701.430 Relations Between Armed Forces and the Public Including organized groups. Area Rule for relations with public of foreign country: Primary Area is nationality of armed force; Secondary Area is country with which armed force is having relations. For military civic action, see 744.166. 701.435 Farmers and Peasants (July 66) 701.436 Laborers (July 66) 701.437 Intelligentsia (July 66) 701.438 Non-Communist Political Parties and Groups (Sept. 66) For relations with Communist party and fronts, see 701.450. 701.440 Relations With the Armed Forces of Other Countries Area Rule: Primary Area is armed force having relations with a foreign armed force; Secondary Area is armed force with which relations are conducted. 701.450 Relations With Communism (Feb. 61) Including neutral or pro-Communist attitudes and activities. For military anti-Communist attitudes and activities, see 136.230. 701.500 CAPABILITIES, POTENTIAL 701.510 Offensive Warfare 701.520 Defensive Warfare 701.530 Strategic Value to Other Countries (Nov. 61) Area Rule: Primary Area is country which has strategic value; Secondary Area is country to which it is of value. For strategic value of international maritime waterways to other countries, see 547.120. 701.540 Strategic Vulnerability to Other Countries (May 63) Area Rule: Primary Area is country which is vulnerable; Secondary Area is country to which it is vulnerable. For vulnerability to foreign influence, see 701.431 Religious Groups (July 66) 179.110. 701.432 Youth (July 66) 701.600 MILITARY MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES, NATIONAL (July 66) 701.433 Women (July 66) For international military organizations and 701.434 Minorities (July 66) conferences, see 183.605. PAGE VII - 2 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001WRCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 702.000 Manpower and Personnel Procurement For armed forces personnel strength, see 747.000; composition of the armed forces, 748.400. 702.100 MANPOWER AVAILABLE FOR MILITARY SERVICE 702.200 PROCUREMENT SYSTEM 702.210 Government Policy; Laws, Legislation, and Decrees 702.220 Requirements and Selection Criteria 702.221 Age 702.222 Physical 702.229 Other 702.300 MOBILIZATION AND MAINTENANCE OF FORCES 702.310 Mobilization Districts 702.320 Mobilization Potential 702.330 Registration 702.340 Conscription 702.350 Volunteers 702.360 Foreign Legions, Foreign Troops Area Rule: Primary Area is armed force with foreign troops; Secondary Area is nationality of foreign troops. 702.370 International Brigades Area Rule: Primary Area is country t ib con r uting to an international brigade; Secondary Area is location of brigade. 702.380 Women 702.390 Other 702.400 DEMOBILIZATION 702.410 Government Policy; Laws, Legislation, and Decrees 702.420 Demobilization Districts 702.500 VETERANS For military movements of political significance, see 139.100. 702.510 Pensions B. MILITARY POLICY For economic policy in general, see 469.000; effect of military policy on the economy, 471.400; doctrine, strategy, and tactics, 743.000 et seq.; military influence in and penetration of foreign countries, 179.400; political policy in general, 124.000. 707.000 Mission and Objectives 707.100 CONDITIONS OF READINESS Including alert posture. 708.000 Military Intentions Area Rule: Primary Area is country with military intentions; Secondary Area is country against which action will be directed. 708.100 WAR PLANS 709.000 Budgeting and Financing For national budget, see 475.200. 709.100 EXPENDITURES 710.000 Rearmament 711.000 Disarmament For foreign policy re disarmament, see 177.100. 712.000 Weapons and Supplies Programs, General For more specific aspects, combine the subject modifiers preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein. 713.000 Military Research and Development Policy For more specific aspects, combine subject modifier 080 preceding Chapter VI with the commodities listed therein, 681.000 et seq. 714.000 Weapons Employment Policy and Potential 714.100 NUCLEAR WARFARE POLICY For nuclear warfare equipment, see 684.000. 714.1 10 Employment (Planned and Actual) 714.120 Potential Including capabilities. 714.200 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE POLICY For biological warfare equipment, see 685.000. 714.210 Employment (Planned and Actual) 714.220 Potential Including capabilities. 714.300 CHEMICAL WARFARE POLICY For chemical warfare equipment, see 686.000. 714.310 Employment (Planned and Actual) 714.320 Potential Including capabilities. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4AGE VII - 3 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Weapons Employment Policy and Potential (Continued) 714.400 GUIDED MISSILE POLICY For guided missiles, see 688.000. 714.410 Employment (Planned and Actual) 714.420 Potential Including capabilities. 714.500 SPACE WEAPONS POLICY For space weapons, see 662.000 et seq. 714.510 Employment (Planned or Actual) 714.520 Potential Including capabilities. 714.900 OTHER 716.000 Collective Security, Military and Defense Agreements, Interna- tional Cooperation C. HOSTILITIES AND HOSTILE ACTS Including civil wars. For economic warfare, see 491.000; military geography, 333.600; public opinion of war, 258.310; reparations, 487.000; statements, opinions, and views of individuals on war, 261.310; territorial disputes, aspirations, and sovereignty claims, 177.700; war relief, 274.320. 720.000 Insurgent Movements For Communist party national and international paramilitary organization, see 135.243; insurrections, 143.140; irregular and paramilitary forces usually under armed forces control or administration, 739.000; political party paramilitary units, 133.130; Communist party partisan, resistance, and guerrilla activities, 135.247; non-Communist international insurgent groups, see also 183.605. 720.100 ORGANIZATION For foreign financial assistance, see 720.500. Including negotiations. Area Rule: all countries and general regions 720.110 Installations and Bases (Feb. 64) involved are Primary Areas. 720.120 Logistics and Communications (Feb. 64) For international military organizations and conferences, e.g., NATO, see 783.605; political treaties and agreements, 177.400; truce agreements, 726.200. 716.050 EXCHANGE OF INSPECTION TEAMS (Feb. 64) 716.100 BILATERAL 716.200 REGIONAL 717.000 Foreign Military Assistance Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. For foreign military assistance as an aspect of hostilities, see 721.200. 717.100 ADVISORY PERSONNEL 717.200 TRAINING When type of training is specified, index also the appropriate subjects under armed forces training, 763.000-775.390. 717.300 MATERIEL For trade data on specific hardware, combine subject modifiers 064 or 066 preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate hardware listed therein, 681.000 et seq. 717.400 TROOPS 718.000 Foreign Reaction to Military Policy Area Rule: Primary Area is reacting country; Secondary Area is country having military policy. 720.200 ARMS 720.220 TRAINING (May 63) For foreign training assistance, see 720.520; non-Communist political party paramilitary training, 133.925. 720.250 RELATIONS WITH AND ATTITUDES TOWARD DOMESTIC GROUPS AND GOVERNMENT 720.300 RELATIONS WITH AND ATTITUDES TOWARD FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS, GROUPS, OR INDIVIDUALS, AND FOREIGN OR INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Area Rule: Primary Area is location of insurgent group; Secondary Area is foreign country or location of group with which insurgent movement is having relations. For Communist party relations with insurrectionist groups, see 135.512. 720.400 OPERATIONS Area Rule if operations are in foreign areas: Primary Area is location of insurgents; Secondary Area is country against whom activities are taking place. 720.410 Losses of Personnel and Equipment (May 62) For losses as an aspect of international war, see 723.500; losses of specific equipment, use subject modifier 179 with appropriate commodities listed in Chapter Vt. PAGE VII - 4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001 AeRCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Insurgent Movements (Continued) Tactics and Doctrine (May 63) For doctrine of government guerrilla forces, see 744.102. ASSISTANCE (INCLUDING FINANCIAL) FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES, GROUPS, AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (May 63) Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is location of group receiving assistance. For domestic assistance (including assistance from host country), see 720.250. 720.510 720.520 720.530 Personnel (May 63) Training (May 63) Materiel (May 63) 721.000 Government Anti-Insurgent Measures and Activities Including declaration of martial law. For government training for guerrilla and counter-guerrilla warfare, see 770.110 and 770.120. 721.100 USE OF ARMED FORCES TO QUELL RIOTS AND INSURRECTIONS (Short-Lived) 721.200 Assistance from Foreign Countries Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. 722.000 PACIFICATION MEASURES Including amnesty, rehabilitation, land grants, etc. COUNTER-INSURGENCY (INCLUDING GUERRILLA) WARFARE (May 63) Area Rule if activity is against foreign groups: Primary Area is country conducting counter- insurgency activities; Secondary Area is country against which action is directed. For doctrine, strategy, and theory of warfare, see 744.104. Losses of Personnel and Equipment (May 63) For losses of specific equipment, use subject modifier 179 with appropriate commodities listed in Chapter VI. Territorial Incidents 722.100 BORDER MOVEMENTS Including unusual activities in border areas and concentrations of troops in border areas. Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating border movements; Secondary Area is bordering country against which movements are directed. 722.110 Border Violations For border controls, see 157.630; defensive border fortifications, 788.100. 722.200 UNAUTHORIZED SHIP MOVEMENTS INTO FOREIGN TERRITORIAL WATERS Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating unauthorized ship movement; Secondary Area is violated country. 722.300 UNAUTHORIZED FLIGHTS OVER FOREIGN TERRITORY AND WATERS Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating unauthorized flight; Secondary Area is violated country. 722.400 INTERCEPTION, SEARCH, OR ATTACK OF AIRCRAFT Including seizure or impoundage. Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating interception, search, or attack; Secondary Area is nationality of aircraft. 722.500 INTERCEPTION,SEARCH, OR ATTACK OF SHIPS Including seizure or impoundage. Area Rule: Primary Area is country initiating interception, search, or attack; Secondary Area is nationality of ship. 723.000 Operations Against Foreign Countries Area Rule: with the exception of 723.300, 723.500 and 723.600, Primary Area is country initiating operations; Secondary Area is country against which operations are initiated. 723.100 INVASIONS 723.200 SPECIFIC OPERATIONS OR BATTLES 723.210 Analysis of Operating Experiences 723.300 ASSISTANCE GRANTED BY FRIENDLY COUNTRIES AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Area Rule: Primary Area is country granting assistance; Secondary Area is country receiving assistance. 723.500 LOSSES OF PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT Area Rule: Primary Area is country sustaining losses; Secondary Area is other belligerent(s). For losses as an aspect of civil war, see 720.410. MARCF \ ved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VII - 5 pro Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Operations Against Foreign Countries (Continued) 723.520 Equipment For losses of specific equipment, use subject modifier 179 with appropriate commodities listed in Chapter VI. Area Rule, 726.300 and 726.400: Primary Area is location of mission or demilitarized zone; no Secondary Area needed. For missions supervising collective security, military, and defense agreements, see 716.050. Area Rule (except 723.630 and 723.640): Primary Area is country capturing prisoners- of-war; Secondary Area is nationality of prisoners-of-war. For prisoner-of-war hospitals, see 271.195. 723.610 POW Camps For forced labor camps, see 157.370. 723.620 Political Indoctrination For military political control organization, see 732.100; political indoctrination in general, civilian or military, 157.613. 723.630 Repatriation Area Rule: Primary Area is country to which repatriated; Secondary Area is country from which repatriates are being sent. For other aspects of repatriation, see 255.530. 723.640 Conduct for Prisoners of War (Mar. 67) Codes of conduct, techniques of resisting interrogation. Area Rule: Primary Area is nationality of prisoner; Secondary Area is country holding prisoner. For laws of war, see 121.110. 725.000 Effect of Hostilities 725.100 ON CIVILIAN LIFE (July 66) 725.200 ON THE MILITARY (July 66) 726.000 Cease Fire, Truce, Armistice Area Rule (except 726.300 and 726.400) if foreign: Primary Areas are all countries party to a truce or armistice including the disputed area if it is one of the negotiators; Secondary Area is the disputed area if it is not one of the negotiators. 726.200 AGREEMENTS For other military agreements, see 716.000; political treaties and agreements, 177.400. 727.000 Military Government Area Rule: Primary Area is location of government; no Secondary Area needed. For armed forces military government organization, see 735.025. D. ORGANIZATION OF THE ARMED FORCES Subject modifiers: To distinguish order of battle and tables of organization and equipment from other aspects of organization, combine the subject modifiers listed below with any of the subjects in this section. 180 Order of Battle Including unit identification, strength, disposition, and command structure. 181 Tables of Organization and Equipment 182 Combat Effectiveness (July 66) For military communications or signal organization and other subjects of signal interest, see 585.000 et seq., and appropriate subject modifiers preceding 585.000; military intelligence organization and other subjects of military intelligence interest, 159.000; international military organizations and conferences, 183.605. 730.000 National Military Establishment For Ministry of Defense, see 115.529. 730.100 POLICY MAKING AND ADVISORY BODIES (E.G., NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL OR EQUIVALENT) 730.200 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF (OR EQUIVALENT) 730.300 JOINT AND UNIFIED COMMANDS (WITH OTHER SERVICES, E.G., ARMY AND NAVY) 730.400 COMBINED COMMANDS Commands participated in by more than one country. Area Rule: all countries participating in combined commands are Primary Areas. 731.000 Commanders, Chiefs-of-Staff PAGE VII - 6 Approved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003001i&8QlI-4967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 732.000 Staff Level Organizations 732.100 PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATION, POLITICAL CONTROL For political indoctrination of military personnel, combine subject modifier 135 with 157.613. 732.200 OPERATIONS 732.300 PLANS 732.400 TRAINING 732.500 LOGISTICS 732.600 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT For military research and development policy, see 713.000; for research on specific hardware, combine subject modifier 080 preceding Chapter VI with the weapons listed therein, 681.000 et seq. 733.000 Territorial Organizations 735.000 Administrative Organizations, Bureaus, Directorates, and Tech- nical Services For military communications or signal organization and other subjects of signal interest, see 585.000 et seq., and appropriate subject modifiers preceding 585.000; military intelligence organization and other subjects of military intelligence interest, 159.000; military mapping organizations, 333.701. 735.025 MILITARY GOVERNMENT For military government activities, see 727.000. 735.050 JUDICIAL, JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL, MILITARY POLICE 735.100 FINANCE For military budget, see 709.000. 735.150 735.200 735.210 735.250 735.300 735.350 735.400 735.450 735.455 Food Production and Procurement (July 66) 735.550 PORTS AND HARBORS 735.600 SHIPS 735.700 TRAINING (May 63) 735.900 OTHER 735.910 Psychological Warfare (Nov. 61) For government psychological warfare policy, capabilities, and vulnerabilities, see 164.000 et seq. 736.000 Ground Forces 736.100 INFANTRY 736.110 Field Armies 736.120 Corps 736.130 Task Forces 736.140 Divisions 736.150 Brigades, Regiments, Battalions, and Smaller Units 736.200 CAVALRY 736.240 Divisions 736.250 Brigades, Regiments, Battalions, and Smaller Units 736.300 ARMORED AND MECHANIZED 736.310 Field Armies 736.320 Corps 736.330 Task Forces 736.340 Divisions 736.350 Brigades, Regiments, Battalions, and Smaller Units METEOROLOGICAL, WEATHER SERVICE 736.400 AIRBORNE For airfield meteorological facilities, see 791.240. 736.410 Field Armies ENGINEER, LABOR BATTALIONS, 736.420 Corps CONSTRUCTION BATTALIONS (CB'S) 736.430 Task Forces DEMOLITION (July 66) 736.440 Divisions ORDNANCE, ARMAMENT 736.450 Brigades, Regiments, Battalions, and CHEMICAL, BACTERIOLOGICAL, AND Smaller Units RADIOLOGICAL WARFARE 736.500 ARTILLERY MEDICAL, DENTAL, VETERINARY Including antitank artillery. TRANSPORTATION 736.520 Corps For logistical aspects, see 779.000 et seq. 736.540 Divisions QUARTERMASTER, SUPPLY 736.550 Brigades, Regiments, Battalions, and For logistical aspects, see 779.000 et seq. Smaller Units MARCHAl..1'oved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VII - 7 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Ground Forces (Continued) 736.600 ANTIAIRCRAFT ARTILLERY For antiaircraft sites, see 788.400. 736.650 Brigades, Regiments, Battalions, and Smaller Units 736.700 RECONNAISSANCE Including ranger and commando units. 736.750 Brigades, Regiments, Battalions, and Smaller Units 736.900 OTHER 737.000 Naval Forces 737.100 SUBMARINE FORCES 737.200 SURFACE FORCES 737.210 Major Combatant Forces 737.211 Carrier 737.212 Battleship (Jan. 67) 737.213 Cruiser (Jan. 67) 737.214 Destroyer (Jan. 67) 737.220 Minor Combatant Forces 737.221 Antisubmarine Warfare (Jan. 67) 737.222 Motor Torpedo and Gunboat (Jan. 67) 737.223 Minelayer and Minesweeper (Jan. 67) 737.230 Auxiliary Forces 737.231 Oiler (Jan. 67) 737.232 Ammunition (Jan. 67) 737.233 General Store (Jan. 67) 737.234 Tender (Jan. 67) 737.239 Other (Jan.67) Including oceangoing auxiliaries, yard vessels, and coastal auxiliaries. 737.300 COASTAL DEFENSE FORCES For harbor and coastal defenses, see 788.200. 737.310 Afloat 737.320 Ashore 737.400 AIR ARM 737.410 Attack (Jan. 67) 737.420 Air Defense (Jan. 67) 737.430 Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) (Jan. 67) 737.440 Reconnaissance (Jan. 67) 737.450 Transport (including Tanker) (Jan. 67) 737.490 Other (including Warning, Search and Rescue, Training) (Jan. 67) 737.500 AMPHIBIOUS FORCES 737.510 Amphibious Ships (Jan. 67) 737.520 Amphibious Landing Craft (Jan. 67) 737.600 HYDROGRAPHIC FORCES For hydrographic surveys and surveying, see 333.712; marine charts, 333.733. 737.700 SPECIAL PURPOSE FORCES (Jan. 67) 737.710 Missile Range and Space Tracking (Jan. 67) 737.720 Elint (Jan. 67) 737.790 Other (Jan. 67) 737.900 OTHER (Feb. 64) 738.000 Air Forces 738.100 STRATEGIC AND/OR LONG RANGE 738.110 Subordinate Units (Organization and/or Location) 738.200 TACTICAL AND/OR AIR SUPPORT 738.210 Subordinate Units (Organization and/or Location) 738.300 AIR DEFENSE 738.310 Subordinate Units (Organization and/or Location) 738.320 Air Defense Sectors 738.400 AIR TRANSPORT 738.410 Troop Carrier 738.411 Subordinate Units (Organization and/or Location) 738.420 Personnel Carrier (MATS Civilian-Type Service) 738.421 Subordinate Units (Organization and/or Location) 738.500 AIR SEARCH AND RESCUE 738.510 Subordinate Units (Organization and/or Location) 738.520 Control Centers 738.600 RECONNAISSANCE 738.610 Subordinate Units (Organization and/or Location) 738.900 OTHER (Feb. 64) PAGE VII - 8 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R00030015 ~F4 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 739.000 Irregular and Paramilitary Forces Usually Under Armed Forces Control or Administration For other aspects of irregular forces, e.g., training, combine the appropriate modifiers preceding this Chapter with the appropriate subjects; Communist party paramilitary organizations, see 135.239; domestic insurgent movements, 720.000; political party paramilitary units, 133.130. 744.000 Tactics and Operations Including theory and procedure. Area Rule if foreign: Primary Area is country initiating operations; Secondary Area is country against which operations are initiated. For logistical operations and tactics, see 779.000 et seq.; military communications or signal operations and tactics, 585.000 et seq., and appropriate subject modifiers preceding 585.000; military intelligence operations and tactics, 159.000. 739.100 RESERVES 739.200 MILITARIZED SECURITY FORCES 744.020 Engineer 739.210 Border Guards and Coastal Guards 744.021 Demolition (July 66) 739.220 Interior Guards 744.030 Nuclear Warfare 739.300 MILITIA, NATIONAL GUARD 739.400 UNCONVENTIONAL FORCES (E.G., 744.031 Radiation Detection (Nov. 61) For detection of nuclear explosions, see 323.310 and 327.421; civilian defense GUERRILLAS, PARTISANS) radiation detection, 155.131. 739.500 MILITARY AND MILITARIZED SOCIETIES 744.035 Nuclear Warfare Defense (Oct. 65) AND CLUBS (E.G., DOSAF, DOSARM) 744.040 Chemical Warfare For military groups of political significance, see 139.100; private flying clubs, 570.200. 739.600 NAVAL FORCES (Jan. 67) 739.900 OTHER (Feb. 64) 744.045 Chemical Warfare Defense (Oct. 65) 744.050 Biological Warfare 744.055 Biological Warfare Defense (Oct. 65) 740.000 Missile Forces (Feb. 61) 740.100 SUBORDINATE UNITS (ORGANIZATION AND/OR LOCATION) (Feb. 61) 742.000 Military Publications, Regulations 742.100 ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS AND DIRECTIVES (May 62) For supply records and forms, see 779.400. 742.200 TECHNICAL ORDERS (May 62) 742.300 OFFICIAL MANUALS AND STANDARDS OF PROCEDURE (May 62) Including pilot's handbooks and flight logs. For civil aviation pilot logs, see 571.310; civil aircraft operating instructions, 571.320; training aids and manuals, 769.100. 744.060 Transportation 744.065 Interdiction of Lines of Communication (LOC) (July 66) For interdiction of communication or signal systems, see appropriate vulnerability and security measures codes in 585.000 et seq. 744.066 Road (July 66) 744.067 Rail (July 66) 744.068 Water (July 66) 744.069 Air (July 66) 744.070 Civilian Exploitation and Utilization (July 66) 744.071 Logistics (July 66) 744.072 Combat (July 66) 744.073 Shelter (July 66) E. DOCTRINE, STRATEGY, AND TACTICS 744.080 Guided Missile 743.000 Doctrine, Strategy, Theories of Warfare 744.085 For guided missile launching sites, see 788.500. Missile Defense 743.100 OFFENSIVE WARFARE 744.090 Arctic Operations 743.200 DEFENSIVE WARFARE 744.095 Night (July 66) MARCH 1967 PAGE VII - 9 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Tactics and Operations (Continued) 744.200 744.100 Tropic, Jungle, and Desert Warfare 744.210 102 744 Guerrilla Warfare (May 63) . 744.215 744 104 Counter-Guerrilla Warfare (May 63) . 744.216 744 1 10 Escape, and Survival Evasion . , 744 220 744.120 Combined Arms (e.g., Infantry, Engineer, . 744.230 Nuclear Warfare) 744.130 Joint (with other services, e.g., Army 744.231 744.135 and Navy) Combined Forces (elements of two or 744.232 more nations) (Oct. 65) 744.240 Area Rule: all countries participating are 744.250 Primary Areas. 744.260 744.140 Passive Defense Tactics and Operating 270 744 744.145 Procedures Dispersal of Personnel and Equipment . 744.280 744.150 Camouflage 152 744 Military Installations . 744.281 744.154 Industrial Installations 744.290 744 159 Other . 744.294 744.160 Barrage Balloons 744.164 Passive Air Defense, NEC (July 66) 744.165 Psychological Warfare (Nov. 61) For government psychological warfare policy, capabilities, and vulnerability, see 164.000 et seq. 744.166 Civic Action (Jan.67) For civilian civic action, see 481.150; military personnel as special class of labor, 455.176. 744.167 Other (May 63) 744.170 GROUND TACTICS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES 744.180 Infantry 744.181 Attack (July 66) 744.182 Ambush (July 66) 744.183 Harassment (July 66) 744.184 Bivouac (July 66) 744.185 Raid (July 66) 744.186 Mortar and Recoilless Rifle (July 66) 744.187 Disengagement (Break-off), Withdrawal, Retreat (Jan. 67) 744.190 Cavalry Armored and Mechanized Airborne Anti-Airborne (Feb. 64) Anti-Helicopter (July 66) Artillery Antiaircraft For antiaircraft sites, see 788.400. Small Arms Fire (July 66) Antiaircraft Artillery (July 66) Antitank Artillery Reconnaissance Mountain Warfare Border Defense For border fortifications, see 788.100. Land Mine Laying For mine fields, see 788.300. Booby Trap (July 66) Battlefield Surveillance Other (Aug. 64) 744.295 Ground Force Accidents (Nov. 61) Area Rule for accidents in foreign areas: Primary Area is nationality of ground forces; Secondary Area is location of accident. 744.300 NAVAL TACTICS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES 744.310 Amphibious 744.315 Underwater Demolition Team (UDT) 744.320 Submarine Warfare 744.330 Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) 744.335 Convoy and Escort 744.340 Hunter-Killer Groups 744.345 Air Search 744.350 ASW Submarines 744.355 ASW Mines For minefields, see 788.220. 744.360 Surface Warfare 744.365 Shore Bombardment 744.370 Surface Engagements 744.375 Naval Blockade 744.380 Carrier Strikes PAGE VII- 10 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R00030015O6Nd41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Tactics and Operations (Continued) 744.585 Bomb Damage Assessment (July 66) 744.385 Torpedo Defense 744.590 Other 744.600 Reconnaissance 744.400 Mine Warfare 744.650 Air Search and Rescue For minefields, see 788.220. 744.900 Other 744.420 Offensive Including mine laying. 744.430 Defense Against Air Attack 744.440 Harbor and Coastal Defense For harbor and coastal defenses, see 788.200. 744.450 Collision and Damage Control 744.460 Aircraft Launching and Recovery 744.470 Salvage For non-military salvage operations of inland waterway vessels, see 536.450; of merchant marine vessels, 549.450. 744.475 Reconnaissance (Feb. 64) 744.480 Search and Rescue 744.485 Other (Aug. 64) 744.910 Night and All Weather Flying 744.950 Aircraft Accidents and Crashes (Feb. 61) Including losses of equipment and personnel. Area Rule for accidents and crashes in foreign territory: Primary Area is nationality of aircraft; Secondary Area is location of accident. For civil aircraft accidents, see 571.500. 744.951 Combat (Feb. 61) 744.952 Non-Combat (Feb. 61) 744.960 Harassment (July 66) F. PERSONNEL For political indoctrination of military personnel, combine subject modifier 135 with 757.613. 744.490 Naval Accidents (Nov. 61) 747.000 General (May 62) Area Rule for accidents in water: Primary Area is nationality of naval forces; Secondary Area is location of accident. Including personnel strength. 744.493 Harassment (July 66) 744.500 AIR TACTICS AND OPERATING PROCEDURES For military mercy missions and disaster relief For personnel training, see 763.000 et seq. op erations, see 569.610. 748.110 Pilot 744.510 Air Defense 748.111 Bombardier 744.520 Air Support 748.112 Navigator 744.525 Ground Forces 748.113 Gunner 744.530 Naval Forces 748.1 14 Flight Engineer 744.535 Air Drops (May 62) 748.200 MORALE 744.540 Air-to-Air Combat 748.300 LOYALTY 744.550 Attack on Sea Objectives 748.400 COMPOSITION OF THE ARMED FORCES 744.555 Antisubmarine Warfare 74 4.560 Attack on Land Objectives (Jan. 67) Including tribal, religious, etc. 744.565 Military Forces 749.000 Ranks 744.570 Military Installations 744.575 Industrial Installations 750.000 Pay and Allowances 744.580 Population Centers 751.000 Assignment, Promotion, Demotion MARCH Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VII - 11 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 752.000 Military Benefits 765.000 Post Induction, Non-Specialist Basic 752.100 MEDICAL CARE Including family medical care. For military hospitals, see 271.200; military medicine, 3'55.200: and Advanced Training Area Rule for training of foreigners: Primary Area is nationality of troops being trained; Secondary Area is country doing training regardless of where it takes place. 752.200 HOUSING FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL Subject modifier: to indicate construction, combine subject modifier listed below with 752.200. 767.000 Maneuvers and Field Exercises 032 Construction (May 62) For non-military housing conditions, see 274.140; non-military housing construction, 403.155. 754.000 Insignia For uniforms, see 691.100. 755.000 Women in the Services 757.000 Retirement, Discharge 758.000 Civilian Personnel For tactical and operational exploitation and utilization of civilian personnel, see 744.070. 759.000 Discipline 759.110 Relations With Civil Law Authorities Including jurisdictional disputes. 759.200 MILITARY CRIMES Crimes peculiar to military services, e.g., desertion, insubordination. 759.210 Desertion 759.300 COURTS AND BOARDS 759.400 ARRESTS, TRIALS Including combined maneuvers with other countries. Area Rule: both location of maneuvers and all countries participating in joint maneuvers are Primary Areas. 768.000 Parades, Reviews 769.000 Training Procedures and Curricula 769.100 TRAINING AIDS AND MANUALS For training devices, see 691.400; official manuals and SOP's 742.300. 770.000 Specialized Area Rule for training of foreigners: Primary Area is nationality of troops being trained; Secondary Area is country doing training regardless of where it takes place. For military communications or signal training, combine the appropriate subject modifier with the appropriate subject subdivisions in the communications section, 585.000 of seq.; military intelligence training, combine the appropriate subject modifiers following 159.000 with 159.400 or 159.712; military sabotage training, combine the appropriate subject modifiers following 159.000 with 161.100; military internal security and counter-intelligence training, combine the appropriate military subject modifiers with 157.000 et seq. 759.500 MILITARY PRISONS For forced labor camps, see 157.370; penal institutions, 153.400; prisoner-of-war camps, 723.610. 759.600 AMNESTY For non-military amnesty, see 157.350; as anti-insurgent pacification measure, 721.300. G. TRAINING For training as an aspect of foreign military assistance, see 717.200; for political indoctrination of military personnel, combine subject modifier 135 with 157.613. 763.000 Premilitary 763.100 SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES (E.G., ROTC) 770.050 MOUNTAIN WARFARE 770.100 TROPIC, JUNGLE, AND DESERT WARFARE 770.110 GUERRILLA WARFARE (May 63) 770.120 COUNTER-GUERRILLA WARFARE (May 63) 770.130 NIGHT (Mar. 67) For night flying training, see 775.260. 770.150 ARCTIC WARFARE 770.200 AMPHIBIOUS 770.250 CHEMICAL WARFARE 770.300 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE 770.350 NUCLEAR WARFARE PAGE VII - 12 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015fY 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Specialized (Continued) 773.180 Disengagement (Break-off), Withdrawal, 770.400 GUIDED MISSILE Retreat (Mar. 67) 770.450 ENGINEER 773.200 CAVALRY ineer trainin see 775 150 For fli ht en 300 ARMORED AND MECHANIZED 773 g, . . g g . 770.455 Demolition (July 66) 773.350 ANTIARMOR (July 66) 770.500 ORDNANCE, ARMAMENT 773.400 AIRBORNE 770.550 MEDICAL, DENTAL, VETERINARY 773.450 ANTI-AIRBORNE (Feb. 64) 770.600 QUARTERMASTER, SUPPLY, LOGISTICS 773.470 ANTI-HELICOPTER (Mar. 67) 770.650 PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE 773.500 ARTILLERY 770.700 EVASION, ESCAPE, AND SURVIVAL 773.600 ACTIVE AIR DEFENSE 770.750 INFILTRATION AND EXFILTRATION (July 66) 773.610 Small Arms (July 66) 770.800 PHYSICAL SECURITY (July 66) 773.620 Antiaircraft (AAA) (July 66) 770.900 OTHER 773,650 PASSIVE AIR DEFENSE (July 66) 771.000 Military Schools Camouflage, dispersion, cover. For training activities, use appropriate codes in Section G of Chapter Vt1 or Chapter V 773.700 NIGHT (July 66) (Signal). For military school devoted to political use 157 673 with subject modifier indoctrination 773.800 RECONNAISSANCE (July 66) . , riate militar modifiers 025 and a ro 773.900 OTHER pp y . p 771.100 STAFF SCHOOLS, WAR COLLEGES 774.000 Naval Forces 200 OFFICER CANDIDATE 771 Area Rule for training of foreigners: some as . Including military academies. 770.000. 771.300 NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER 774.100 SHIPBOARD 771.400 TECHNICAL AND SPECIALIST 774.200 SUBMARINE 774.300 UNDERWATER DEMOLITION (UDT) 772.000 Training Areas 774.400 MOTOR TORPEDO BOAT (MTB) Including bombing and gunnery ranges. 774.500 ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE (ASW) For training activities, use other appropriate 774.600 MINE WARFARE codes in Section G of Chapter VII or Chapter V (Signal). 774.900 OTHER 775.000 Air Forces 773.000 Ground Forces Area Rule for training of foreigners: some as Area Rule for training of foreigners: some as 770.000. 770.000. 775.100 INDIVIDUAL FLYING TRAINING 773.100 INFANTRY Including basic and advanced training to 773.110 Small Arms (July 66) learn the skills listed below. 773.120 Attack (July 66) 775.110 Pilot 773.130 Ambush (July 66) 775.120 Bombardier 773.140 Mortar and Recoilless Rifle (July 66) 775.130 Navigator 773.150 Harassment (Mar. 67) 775.140 Gunner 773.160 Bivouac (Mar. 67) 775.150 Flight Engineer 773.170 Raid (Mar. 67) 775.160 Gliding (May 63) MARCH 1967 PAGE VII - 13 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Air Forces (Continued) 780.200 RAIL 775.200 OPERATIONAL FLYING TRAINING 780.210 Statistics 775.210 Bombing 780.220 Methods and Operating Procedures 775.220 Navigation 780.300 WATER 775.230 Gunnery and Rocketry 780.310 Statistics 775.240 Formation Flying 780.320 Methods and Operating Procedures 775.250 Fighter Combat 780.400 AIR 775.260 Night and All Weather Flying 780.410 Statistics 775.290 Other 780.420 Methods and Operating Procedures 775.300 GROUND AND SPECIALIZED TRAINING 775.310 Ground Crew 775.320 Aerial Photo Interpretation 775.330 Air Search and Rescue 775.390 Other H. LOGISTICS For logistical aspects, such as requirements, procurement, allocation, maintenance and repair, storage, stockpiling, etc., combine the appropriate subject modifiers preceding Chapter VI with the appropriate commodities listed therein, 681.000 et seq. For adaptability of the various civil transportation and communication systems to military use, see Chapter V; logistical organization, 732.500; quartermaster organization, 735.450; transportation organization, 735.400; depots, 787.000. 779.000 Supply Methods and Operating Procedures 782.000 Servicing Techniques and Proce- dures 782.100 REFUELING 782.110 Naval Vessels 782.120 Aircraft Including in-flight refueling. For airfield fuel servicing facilities, see 791.265. 782.130 Missiles (Feb. 64) 782.200 GENERAL AIRCRAFT SERVICING For more specific aspects of aircraft servicing, see 791.200. 782.210 Utilization of Aircraft (May 63) Including work hours per month per aircraft between overhauls and engine changes. 782.220 Fuel Consumption Factors (May 63) 779.100 PRESERVATION METHODS Including packaging and crating. 784.000 Maintenance Under Unusual 779.200 DE-MOTHBALLING AND/OR RESTORATION Climatic Conditions 779.300 SUPPLY AND RE-SUPPLY METHODS 784.100 ARCTIC 779.400 RECORDS AND FORMS (INSPECTION, 784.200 DESERT INVENTORY, SHIPPING) 784.300 TROPIC 779.900 OTHER 784.900 OTHER 780.000 Troop and Supply Movement Statistics, Methods, and Operating Procedures For adaptability of the various civil transportation systems to military use, see 501.500, 502.500, 517.500,531.500,545.500, and 560.500. 780.100 ROAD AND OVERLAND 780.110 Statistics 780.120 Methods and Operating Procedures 1. INSTALLATIONS, BASES Subject modifiers: to specify underground installations and construction of military installations, combine the subject modifiers listed below with any subject in this section, 786.000-793.000. 026 Underground Installations (Feb. 61) For underground industrial installations, combine modifier 026 with the appropriate subjects listed in Chapter Vt. 032 Construction, Repair, and Expansion of Military Facilities For military schools, see 771.000; military hospitals, 271.200. PAGE VII - 14 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 786.000 Security 788.230 Submarine and Torpedo Nets 786.100 VULNERABILITY 788.290 Other Area Rule: Primary Area is location of vulnerable military base; Secondary Area is country which threatens base. 788.300 MINEFIELDS, LAND 788.305 Booby Traps (July 66) Inland Waterway (July 66) 788.310 Minefields 786.1 10 To Sabotage For sabotage of military installations, see , 788.400 ANTIAIRCRAFT DEFENSE INSTALLATIONS, 161.350. EXCEPT GUIDED MISSILE 786.120 To Espionage 788.410 Antiaircraft Gun Sites 786.200 BASE SECURITY MEASURES For security of economic facilities, see 157.640. 786.210 Restricted Areas 786.220 Personnel Control Measures 786.230 Physical Security Including fences, guards, floodlighting, etc. 787.000 Depots 788.411 57mm and Smaller (Small) (Jan. 67) 788.412 58mmthru 100mm (Medium) (Jan. 67) 788.413 101 mm and Larger (Large) (Jan. 67) 788.500 GUIDED MISSILE LAUNCHINGS AND LAUNCHING SITES Including research and test launching sites. For unidentified sites of possible guided missile significance, see 793.7 00. For non-military depots, combine subject modifier 788.510 Fixed Sites 058 with appropriate subjects listed in Chapter VI. 788.511 Support (Logistic) Facilities (Aug. 61) 787.100 WEAPONS, ORDNANCE Including aircraft, vehicles, etc. 787.200 QUARTERMASTER EQUIPMENT Including transport, supply, etc. For launching control centers, see 788.541; missile launching, handling, testing, and Including food, clothing, etc. transport equipment, 688.800. 787.300 ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AND COM- 788.512 Static Test Facility PONENTS 788.520 Mobile Sites 787.400 FUEL AND LUBRICANTS 788.521 Railway 787.500 GENERAL DEPOTS 788.522 Vehicle 787.600 UNDERWATER STORAGE 788.523 Submarine 787.900 OTHER 788.524 Surface Ship 788.000 Defense Installations 788.525 Aircraft 788.010 INLAND FORTIFICATIONS (Feb. 64) 788.540 Missile Launchings 788.050 FORTIFIED VILLAGES (July 66) Including test launchings. 788.100 BORDER FORTIFICATIONS For astronautic vehicle launchings, see 385.310; other aspects of missile testing use Including obstacles to prevent border crossing. Area Rule: Primary Area is location of subject modifier 041 with appropriate subjects in 688.000 section. fortification; Secondary Area is country bordering fortification. For antiaircraft sites, see 788.410; border controls, 157.630. 788.200 HARBOR AND COASTAL DEFENSE INSTALLATIONS For antiaircraft sites, see 788.410. 788.541 Launching Control Centers 788.542 Missile Tracking Stations (May 62) For astronautic vehicle tracking stations, see 385.510; tracking equipment, 677.300. 788.543 Impact Area (May 63) 788.544 Accidents (May 63) 788.210 Gun Sites 788.600 SHELTERS 788.220 Minefields 788.610 Above Ground 788.221 Mine Countermeasures 788.650 Underground MARCH 1967 PAGE VII - 15 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 789.000 Ground Force Installations, Except Defense 791.075 Airfields by Type of Surface, Length of Runways, Overruns, and Landing Areas 789.100 TYPES AND LOCATIONS 791.080 Permanent Surface Runways, Overruns, For dependency housing, see 752.200. and Landing Areas 789.110 Headquarters (July 66) 791.082 Runway Less Than 4000 Feet- 789.111 Command Posts (July 66) 1219 Meters 789.120 Barracks, Casernes, Bases, Base Camps, Posts, Stations, Camps (July 66) 791.084 Runway 4000-6999 Feet-1219- 2134 Meters 789.130 Bivouac Areas (Temporary Camps Serving as Bivouacs) (July 66) 791.086 Runway 7000-8999 Feet-2134- 2744 Meters 789.140 Way Stations (July 66) 791.088 Runway 9000-10,999 Feet-2744- 790.000 Naval Installations, Except Defense 3354 Meters For seaplane stations, see 791.020; military operation or control of commercial ports, 791.090 Runway 11,000 Feet or Over- 3354 Meters 790.100 538.001 and 551.001. BASES 791.095 Temporary Surface Runways, Overruns, and Landing Areas 790.110 Operational 791.097 Runway Less Than 4000 Feet- 790.1 11 Surface (Apr. 61) 1219 Meters 791 099 Runwa 4000-6999 Feet-1219- 790.1 12 Submarine (Apr. 61) . y Including submarine pens. 2134 Meters 791.101 Runway 7000-8999 Feet- 790.150 Reserve 2134-2744 Meters 790.200 SHIPYARDS AND REPAIR FACILITIES For commercial shipyards, combine modifiers applicable to facilities with 656.000; inland ports, 538.000; seaports, 551.000. 791.000 Air Force Installations, Except Defense For military operation or control of civil airfields, see 567.001. 791.112 791.010 ADMINISTRATIVE AND NON-FLYING INSTALLATIONS 791.114 791.116 791.025 Mooring Facilities 791.030 Shore Facilities 791.118 Including ramps, aprons, beaching and handling gear, hangars, shops, etc. 791.120 791.035 Hydrographic Data 791.040 Meteorological and Climatic Conditions 791.125 791.103 Runway 9000-10,999 Feet-2744- 3354 Meters 791.105 Runway 11,000 Feet or Over- 3354 Meters 791.110 Natural Surface Runways, Overruns, and Landing Areas 791.050 HELICOPTER AND VTO PADS, HELIPORTS For non-military heliports, see 567.300. 791.127 791.060 AIRFIELDS For non-military airfields, see 567.000. 791.129 791.070 Climatic and Meteorological Conditions Runway 4000-6999 Feet-1219- 2134 Meters Runway 7000-8999 Feet-2134- 2744 Meters Runway 9000-10,999 Feet-2744- 3354 Meters Runway 11,000 Feet or Over- 3354 Meters Frozen Surface Runways, Overruns, and Landing Areas Runways Less Than 4000 Feet- Runways 4000-6999 Feet- 1219- 2134 Meters PAGE VII - 16 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Air Force Installations, Except Defense (Continued) 791.131 Runways 7000-8999 Feet-2134- 2744 Meters 791.133 Runways 9000-10,999 Feet-2744- 3354 Meters 791.135 Runways 11,000 Feet or Over- 3354 Meters 791.137 Other Including highways, etc., used or usable as landing strips. 79.1.140 Airfield Approach Obstructions Including natural and man-made. 791.200 Airfield Facilities and Services For communications facilities, see appropriate subject subdivisions in the communications systems section, 585.000 et seq.; depots, 787.000; airfield auxiliary equipment, 658.000. 791.205 Operations Buildings and Control Towers 791.210 Hangars 791.215 Administration Buildings 791.220 Personnel Accommodations 791.225 Airfield Lighting Including approach, threshold, runway, obstruction, etc. 791.230 Crash Barriers and Arresting Gear 791.235 Cargo Handling 791.240 Meteorological Facilities For military meteorological organization, see 735.150. 791.245 Snow Clearance 791.250 Fog Dispersal 791.255 Search and Rescue 791.260 Warming and Starting Aids 791.265 Fuel Servicing 791.270 Oxygen Facilities 791.275 Catapults and Launching Equipment 791.280 Maintenance and Repair 791.290 Other 791.300 Airfields Associated With Special Activity Index also specific information regarding airfields elsewhere in this section, e.g., type of runway, facilities and services, etc. 791.310 Aircraft Production 791.320 Atomic Energy 791.330 Biological and Chemical Warfare 791.340 Arctic Flight 791.350 Research and Development, Testing 791.360 Training 791.370 Guided Missiles 791.400 Airfield Markings (Visual) 793.000 Unidentified Military Installations, Sites, and Objects For construction of unidentified non-military installations, see 403.165; unidentified non- military installations, 403.700; possible or suspected military installations of a specific type, use the appropriate installation and subject modifier 079. 793.100 UNIDENTIFIED MILITARY INSTALLATIONS OR SITES 793.110 Unusual Activities or Observations at Unidentified Installations Including presence of special purpose rolling stock and/or trucks, piles of stainless steel scrappage, evidence of protective clothing for personnel, etc. 793.200 UNIDENTIFIED MILITARY OBJECTS 793.300 UNUSUAL NOISES OR EXPLOSIONS For unusual noises or explosions at non- military installations, see 403.710. MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE VII - 17 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05105 } CIA-RDP81SQ0991R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE The Area Classification Code has been developed under the auspices of the USIB Committee on Documentation for use in conjunction with the Intelligence Subject Code. However, the code may be used independently as an area classification scheme to index maps and documents which are indexed only geographically. The Area Classification Code consists of two parts. Part I is the organizational listing of all political or geographic units. Part II is an alphabetical index of all political or geographical units regardless of administrative level with cross references where name or political changes and alternate names make them necessary for proper identification. The Area Classification Code is organized into 10 major area divisions. This 1st order of organization represents continents, international bodies of water, land masses within the oceans, the solar system, and general geopolitical concepts. The USSR is treated as a continent in order to accommodate complex administrative subdivisions within the framework of the notation (code) assigned. The 10 major divisions within the 1st order of organization are called "designators" and are in the 1st position of the notation (code). The 2nd order of organization represents countries within continents, republics within the USSR, oceans and island groups. The 3rd order of organization is used only within continents and ocean land masses to show administrative subdivisions within a country and smaller bodies of water within oceans. The final element of organization appears in the last position of the notation (code) and is called an "indicator". It indicates either the political affinity or a geographic unit of the 1st order of organization. NUMERIC NOTATION SCHEME The numeric notation (code) scheme consists of 4 digits. The 1st digit which is called the "designator" represents the major area division. There are 10 major areas each of which is assigned a number as follows: 6-Africa 3-Land Masses in Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans 9-Arctic and Antarctic 2-International Bodies of Water 1-Asia 0-Solar System 5-Europe 7-General Geopolitical Concepts Not Always Confined 4-USSR a_ - 0 -__1L1_ 8-Western Hemisphere (North, South, and Central Americas; West Indies) The last digit of the notation indicates either the political affinity or a geographic unit of the major division. The assigned "indicators" are: 3-Communist 2-South 5-East 6-West 4-Middle or Central 0-None of the above assigned 7-North The indicator "3" for Communist dominated areas takes precedence over the other indicators. Thus Communist China which is geographically in East Asia is 1013, not 1015. In order to accommodate the complex administrative structure of the USSR within the framework of the 4-digit notation, the political affinity designator "3" is not assigned. Note that the notation (code) for the whole of any major area is filled out to 4 digits with zeros. The code, therefore, for Africa as a whole is 6000. Likewise the code for a geographic or political part of a main area is filled out with zeros in the 2nd and 3rd positions. Thus, the code for South Africa is 6002. The 2nd and 3rd digits are consecutive numbers assigned to the political or geographic divisions within the 10 major area divisions. There is no hierarchy. This number represents a federation, a country, an ocean, a sea or a bay, MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 1 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 regardless of administrative level or subordination. This 2-digit number must always be written with the established designator and indicator (1st and 4th digits). The USSR which is an exception to this rule is explained in the last paragraph below. 1013-China, Communist Area in Asia 2150-North Sea 1033-Anhwei Province in China 7000-The World 2030-Atlantic Ocean 7040-Afro-Asian Countries Only the USSR and Communist China are broken down to administrative subdivision levels. Codes for cities have not been established. Therefore, to code information pertaining to a single city or to a small part of a lower order subdivision, the indexer must establish the political or geographic subordination of the city or that smaller area and then determine the code for the order of organization to which the smaller part is subordinate. Thus to code the city of Moscow, the indexer must use Moscow Oblast (4062); to code Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, he must use Brazil (8152). In assigning a notation to the USSR, the last 3 digits are used to show all the administrative subdivisions. Blocks of numbers are assigned to each of the 15 republics to accommodate additions, e.g., Belorusskaya SSR, 4270-4299; geographically or economically related republics are in consecutive numeric order. Each lower order subdivision (oblast, autonomous region, kray), is given a 3-digit number in accordance with its geographic position within the republic. Therefore in the Organizational Listing where subdivisions are in alphabetic order within each republic, the notation numbers are not consecutive. Examples: 4000-USSR 4276-Grodnenskaya Oblast 4270-Belorusskaya SSR 4285-Minskaya Oblast 4273-Brestskaya Oblast 4288-Mogilevskaya Oblast 4291-Gomel'skaya Oblast 4282-Vitebskaya Oblast PAGE 2 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81500991 R000300150001-tARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE PART 1-ORGANIZATIONAL LISTING SOLAR SYSTEM 0000 Solar System 0460 Mercury 0220 Sun 0480 Neptune 0240 Moon (Earth's) 0620 Pluto 0260 Asteroids 0640 Saturn 0420 Jupiter 0660 Uranus 0440 Mars 0680 Venus MARCH 196Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE ASIA 1000 Asia 1573 Shansi Province 1004 Central Asia (Middle East) 1603 Shantung Province 1104 Afghanistan 1633 Shensi Province 1204 Bhutan 1663 Sinkiang-Uighur Autonomous Region 1304 Ceylon 1693 Szechwan Province 1404 India 1723 Tibet Autonomous Region and Chamdo 1504 Jammu and Kashmir 1753 Tsinghai Province 1604 Nepal 1783 Yunnan Province 1704 Pakistan 1105 Hong Kong 1804 Portuguese India 1205 Japan Annexed by India Dec. 61; code to be used for 1805 Korea historical purposes prior to Nov. 63. 1813 Korea North 1904 Sikkim , 1815 Korea, South 1005 East Asia (Far East) 1305 Macao 1015 China 1853 Mongolia, Outer 1013 China (Communist) 1215 Ryukyu Islands 1033 Anhwei Province 1505 Taiwan (Formosa) 1063 Chekiang Province 1002 Southeast Asia 1 123 Fukien Province 1052 British Borneo 1153 Heilungkiang Province 1 183 Honan Province Including Sarawak, Brunei, and North Borneo. 1152 Burma 1213 Hopeh Province (Peking) 1202 Cambodia 1243 Hunan Province 1252 Indonesia, Republic of 1273 Hupeh Province Including West Irian (West New Guinea) after 1 1303 Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region May 63. 1333 1352 Laos Kansu Province and Ningsia Hui Autonomous Region 1402 Malaya 1363 Kiangsi Province 1422 Malaysia (Federation of Sarawak, North Borneo, 1393 Kiangsu Province (Shanghai) Malaya, and Singapore Feb. 64; Singapore 1423 Kirin Province seceded Aug. 65) 1452 New Guinea 1443 Kwangsi Chuang Autonomous Region 1453 Kwangtung Province Including Papua and N. E. New Guinea. 1502 Philippine Islands 1483 Kweichow Province 1552 Portuguese Timor 1513 Liaoning Province Including Accusi. PAGE 4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015000iG 4 CH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Asia (Continued) 1602 Singapore 1652 Thailand 1902 Vietnam 1913 Vietnam, North 1912 Vietnam, South 1702 West New Guinea (formerly Neth. New Guinea) Became part of Indonesia 1 May 63; code to be used for historical purposes only. 1006 West Asia (Near East) 1056 Aden Federation (Arab Emirates of the South) or Federation of South Arabia 1106 Bahrein Sultanate 1156 Iran 1206 Iraq 1256 Israel 1306 Jordan 1356 Kuwait 1406 Lebanon 1456 Muscat and Oman 1476 Neutral Territories (between Israel and Egypt) 1486 Neutral Zone (between Saudi Arabia and Iraq) 1496 Neutral Zone (between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait) 1506 Qatar 1556 Saudi Arabia 1606 Trucial Sheikdoms Formerly trucial Oman. 1656 Turkey 1706 United Arab Republic The United Arab Republic (UAR), originally composed of Egypt, Syria, and Yemen, dissolved in Oct. 61. Use for historical purposes only. 1726 Egypt 1746 Syria Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE INTERNATIONAL BODIES OF WATER 2000 International Bodies of Water 2480 Mediterranean Sea 2030 Atlantic Ocean 2510 Adriatic Sea 2060 Baffin Bay 2540 Aegean Sea 2090 Barents Bay 2545 Tyrrhenian Sea (May 63) 2120 Caribbean Sea 2570 Nile River 2130 Greenland Sea (Feb. 64) 2600 Pacific Ocean 2140 Gulf of Mexico (Feb. 64) 2630 Bering Sea 2150 North Sea 2160 Norwegian Sea (May 63) 2660 China Sea 2180 Baltic Sea 2690 Japan, Sea of 2210 Black Sea 2720 Okhotsk, Sea of 2240 Caspian Sea 2730 Tasman Sea (Feb. 64) 2270 Danube River 2750 Yellow Sea 2300 Great Lakes 2780 Persian Gulf 2330 Indian Ocean 2810 Red Sea 2360 Arabian Sea 2840 Gulf of Aqaba 2390 Aden, Gulf of , 2420 Bengal, Bay of 2870 Rhine River 2450 Oman, Gulf of 2900 St. Lawrence Seaway Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE LAND MASSES IN ATLANTIC, PACIFIC, AND INDIAN OCEANS 3006 Atlantic Ocean Land Masses 3495 New Caledonia Island Group 3056 Ascension Island 3525 New Hebrides Island Group 3106 Azores Island Group 3555 New Zealand 3156 Bermuda Including Auckland and other lesser islands. 3206 Bouvet Island 3585 Phoenix Island Group 3256 Canary Island Group Including Baker and Howland Islands. 3615 Samoa Island Group 3306 Cape Verde Island Group 3645 Santa Cruz Island Group 3356 Faeroe Island Group 3675 Society Island Group 3406 Falkland Island Group Including Falkland, S. Georgia, S. Sandwich, and S. 3705 Solomon Island Group Orkney Islands. 3735 Tonga Island Group 3506 Iceland 3765 Tuamotu Island Group 3556 Madeira Island Group 3795 Tubuai Island Group 3576 Principe and Sao Tome 3825 Union Island Group 3606 St. Helena and Tristan De Cunha Island Group 3855 Wake Island 3616 St. Pierre and Miquelon Island Group 3004 Indian Ocean Land Masses 3005 Pacific Ocean Land Masses 3054 Amsterdam and Saint Paul Islands 3035 Australia 3104 Andaman Island Group Including Tasmania and other lesser islands. 3154 Chagos Archipelago 3065 Bismarck Archipelago Group 3204 Christmas Island 3095 Caroline Island Group 3254 Cocos-Keeling Island Group 3125 Clipperton Island Group 3304 Crozet Island Group 3155 Cook Island Group 3354 Heard Island Group 3185 Ellice Island Group Including Shag and McDonald Islands. 3215 Fiji Island Group 3404 Kerguelen Island Group 3245 Gilbert Island Group 3454 Laccadive Island Group 3275 Hawaiian Island Group 3504 Malagasy Republic 3335 Including Midway and Johnston Island. Line Island Group Formerly Madagascar or Malgache Rep.; including French Islands in Mozambique Channel (Comoro Island). Including Christmas Island. 3604 Maldive Island Group 3365 Loyalty Island Group 3654 Mascarene Island Group 3395 Marcus Island Including Mauritius, Reunion, and Rodrigues Islands. 3415 Marianas Island Group 3704 Nicobar Island Group Including Guam. 3754 Prince Edward Island Group 3435 Marquesas Island Group 3804 Seychelles Crown Colony 3465 Marshall Island Group 3854 Socotra Island MARCCi pl.QNved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 7 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE USSR 4512 Karagandinskaya Oblast Note: Codes for administrative areas in the USSR which have been abolished, combined with, or subordinated to other administrative areas are listed for historical purposes only and ARE NOT TO BE USED FOR INDEXING CURRENT INFORMATION. 4430 Armyanskaya SSR (Armenian SSR) 4460 Azerbaydzhanskaya SSR 4470 Nagorno-Karabakhskaya A.O. 4480 Nakhichevanskaya ASSR 4270 Belorusskaya SSR (White Russian SSR) 4273 Brestskaya Oblast 4291 Gomel'skaya Oblast 4276 Grodnenskaya Oblast 4285 Minskaya Oblast 4288 Mogilevskaya Oblast 4279 Molodechnenskaya Oblast Abolished 20 Jan. 60. 4282 Vitebskaya Oblast 4200 Estonskaya SSR (Estonian SSR) 4400 Gruzinskaya SSR (Georgian SSR) 4405 Abkhazskaya ASSR 4415 Adzharskaya ASSR 4410 Yugo-Osetinskaya A.O. 4500 Kazakhskaya SSR 4515 Akmolinskaya Oblast Abolished 26 Dec. 60. 4521 Aktyubinskaya Oblast Subordinate to Zapadno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray 3 May 62. 4548 Alma-Atinskaya Oblast 4545 Dzhambulskaya Oblast Subordinate to Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray 3 May 62. 4536 Gur'yevskaya Oblast Subordinate to Zapadno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray 3 May 62. 4527 Kokchetavskaya Oblast Subordinate to Kazakhskaya SSR 19 Oct. 65. 4518 Kustanayskaya Oblast Subordinate to Kazakhskaya SSR 19 Oct. 65. 4542 Kzyl-Ordinskaya Oblast Subordinate to Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray 3 May 62. 4509 Pavlodarskaya Oblast Subordinate to Kazakhskaya SSR 19 Oct. 65. 4506 Semipalatinskaya Oblast 4530 Severo-Kazakhstanskaya Oblast Subordinate to Kazakhskaya SSR 19 Oct. 65. 4524 Taldy-Kurganskaya Oblast Abolished 6 June 59. 4516 Tselinnyy Kray Created 26 Dec. 60; abolished 19 Oct. 65. 4516 Tselinogradskaya Oblast Created 24 Apr. 61; subordinate to Kazakhskaya SSR 19 Oct. 65. 4503 Vostochno-Kazakhstanskaya Oblast 4539 Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray Created 3 May 62. 4539 Chimkentskaya Oblast Renamed 3 May 62 from Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskaya Oblast. 4533 Zapadno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray Created 3 May 62. 4533 Ural'skaya Oblast Renamed 3 May 62 from Zapadno-Kazakhstanskaya Oblast. 4600 Kirgizskaya SSR 4620 Dzhalal-Abadskaya Oblast Abolished 27 Jan. 59; see Oshskaya Oblast. 4615 Frunzenskaya Oblast Abolished 27 Jan. 59. 4605 Issyk-Kul'skaya Oblast Abolished 27 Jan. 59. PAGE 8 Approved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300't O i1-14967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 USSR (Continued) 4150 Krasnoyarskiy Kray 4625 Oshskaya Oblast 4110 Kurganskaya Oblast 4610 Tyan'-Shan'skaya Oblast 4078 Kurskaya Oblast Abolished 20 March 63; absorbed by Kirghiz SSR. 4034 Kuyb shevska a Oblast 4230 Latviyskaya SSR (Latvian SSR) y y 4260 Litovskaya SSR (Lithuanian SSR) 4008 Leningradskaya Oblast 4385 Moldavskaya SSR 4074 Lipetskaya Oblast 4001 RSFSR 4184 Magadanskaya Oblast 4135 Altayskiy Kray 4084 Mariyskaya ASSR 4178 Amurskaya Oblast 4088 Mordovskaya ASSR 4014 Arkhangel'skaya Oblast 4062 Moskovskaya Oblast 4040 Astrakhanskaya Oblast 4012 Murmanskaya Oblast 4092 Bashkirskaya ASSR 4006 Novgorodskaya Oblast 4080 Belgorodskaya Oblast 4120 Novosibirskaya Oblast 4044 Bryanskaya Oblast 41 15 Omskaya Oblast 4165 Buryatskaya ASSR 4094 Orenburgskaya Oblast 4030 Formerly Buryat-Mongol'skaya ASSR. Checheno-Inguskaya ASSR 4076 Formerly Chkalovskaya Oblast. Orlovskaya Oblast Formerly Groznenskaya O. 4068 Penzenskaya Oblast 4100 Chelyabinskaya Oblast 4096 Permskaya Oblast 4170 Chitinskaya Oblast Formerly Molotovskaya Oblast. 4086 Chuvashskaya ASSR 4190 Primorskiy Kray 4032 Dagestanskaya ASSR 4004 Pskovskaya Oblast 4058 Gor'kovskaya Oblast 4022 Rostovskaya Oblast 4175 Irkutskaya Oblast 4060 Ryazanskaya Oblast 4052 Ivanovskaya Oblast 4193 Sakhalinskaya Oblast 4026 Kabardino-Balkarskaya ASSR 4038 Saratovskaya Oblast Formerly Kabardinskaya ASSR. 4028 Severo-Osetinskaya ASSR 4002 Kaliningradskaya Oblast 4042 Smolenskaya Oblast 4046 Kalininskaya Oblast 4033 Stalingradskaya Oblast 4023 Kalmytskaya ASSR Renamed Volgogradskaya Oblast 10 Nov. 61. 4064 Kaluzhskaya Oblast 4024 Stavropol'skiy Kray 4187 Kamchatskaya Oblast 4098 Sverdlovskaya Oblast 4010 Karel'skaya ASSR 4070 Tambovskaya Oblast 4130 Kemerovskaya Oblast 4090 Tatarskaya ASSR 4181 Khabarovskiy Kray 4125 Tomskaya Oblast 4056 Kirovskaya Oblast 4066 Tul'skaya Oblast 4018 KomiASSR 4160 Tuvinskaya ASSR 4050 Kostromskaya Oblast 4105 Tyumenskaya Oblast 4020 Krasnodarskiy Kray 4082 Udmurtskaya ASSR MARCH 1967 PAGE 9 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 USSR (Continued) 4342 Kirovogradskaya Oblast 4036 Ul'yanovskaya Oblast 4338 Kiyevskaya Oblast 4054 Vladimirskaya Oblast 4352 Krymskaya Oblast 4033 Volgogradskaya Oblast Formerly Stalingradskaya Oblast. 4332 Luganskaya Oblast Formerly Voroshilovgradskaya Oblast. 4016 Vologodskaya Oblast 4306 L'vovskaya Oblast 4072 Voronezhskaya Oblast 4348 Nikolayevskaya Oblast 4155 Yakutskaya ASSR 4346 Odesskaya Oblast 4048 Yaroslavskaya Oblast 4324 Poltavskaya Oblast 4650 Tadzhikskaya SSR 4304 Rovenskaya Oblast 4660 Gorno-Badakhshanskaya A.O. 4336 Stalinskaya Oblast 4670 Leninabadskaya Oblast Renamed Donetskaya Oblast 10 Nov. 61. Abolished and rayons subordinate to Tadzhikskayo SSR 28 Mar. 62. 4314 Stanislavskaya Oblast Renamed Ivano-Frankovskaya Oblast 9 Nov. 62. 4770 Turkmenskaya SSR 4328 Sumskaya Oblast 4785 Ashkhabadskaya Oblast Abolished 25 May 59; see Turkmenskaya SSR. 4316 Ternopol'skaya Oblast 4320 Vinnitskaya Oblast 4775 Chardzhouskaya Oblast Abolished 10 Jan. 63; see Turkmenskaya SSR. 4302 Volynskaya Oblast 4310 Zakarpatskaya Oblast 4780 Maryyskaya Oblast Abolished 10 Jan. 63; see Turkmenskaya SSR. 4334 Zaporozhskaya Oblast 4322 Zhitomirskaya Oblast 4790 Tashauzskaya Oblast Abolished 10 Jan. 63; see Turkmenskaya SSR. 4700 Uzbekskaya SSR 4300 Ukrainskaya SSR 4705 Andizhanskaya Oblast 4340 Cherkasskaya Oblast 4750 Bukharskaya Oblast 4326 Chernigovskaya Oblast 4715 Ferganskaya Oblast 4312 Chernovitskaya Oblast 4740 Kara-Kalpakskaya ASSR 4336 Donetskaya Oblast Formerly Stalinskaya Oblast. 4735 Kashka-Dor'inskaya Oblast Abolished 25 Jan. 60; reinstated Feb. 64. 4344 Dnepropetrovskaya Oblast 4745 Khorezmskaya Oblast 4308 Drogobychskaya Oblast Abolished 21 May 59. 4710 Namanganskaya Oblast Abolished 25 Jan. 60. 4314 Ivano-Frankovskaya Oblast (May 63) 4725 Sarnarkandskaya Oblast 4330 Khar'kovskaya Oblast 4730 Surkhan-Dar'inskaya Oblast 4350 Khersonskaya Oblast 4720 Tashkentskaya Oblast 4318 Khmel'nitskaya Oblast 4722 Syrdar'inskaya Oblast (May 63) PAGE 10 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150df'R~H 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE EUROPE 5000 Europe 5406 Germany 5003 Europe, Eastern (Communist) 5416 Germany, West 5103 Albania 5276 Gibraltar 5306 Greece 5203 Bulgaria Including Crete. 5303 Czechoslovakia 5336 Italy 5413 Germany, East Including Sardinia and Sicily. 5503 Hungary 5366 Liechtenstein 5603 Poland 5396 Luxembourg 5456 Malta 5703 Rumania 5486 Monaco 5803 Yugoslavia 5516 Netherlands 5006 Europe, Western 5546 Norway 5036 Andorra 5576 Portugal 5066 Austria 5606 San Marino 5096 Belgium 5636 Spain Includin Balearic Islands 5126 Cyprus g . 5666 Sweden 5156 Denmark Including Bornholm Island. Including Gotland Island. 5696 Switzerland 5186 Eire 5756 United Kingdom 5216 Finland Including Aland Islands. Including Great Britain and N. Ireland; Orkney, Shetland, and Channel Islands. MARCH Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE AFRICA 6000 Africa 6005 East Africa For Egypt see 1000 Section. 6155 Ethiopia and Eritrea, Federation of Dissolved 15 Nov. 62. 6165 Ethiopia 6175 Eritrea Became a province of Ethiopia 15 Nov. 62; code to be used for historical purposes only. 6305 Somali Republic Formerly British Somaliland and Somalia. 6455 Somaliland, British Absorbed by Somali Republic. 6605 6755 Sudan Formerly Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. 6007 North Africa 6157 Algeria 6307 Ifni 6457 Libya 6607 Morocco Including Tangier and Spanish Morocco. 6627 Morocco, Spanish Territories in Cities of Ceuta and Melilla and Islands of Penon de Velez, Alhucemus and Chafarina. 6757 Tunisia 6002 South Africa For Malagasy Republic, see 3000 Section. 6052 Angola Including Cabinda. 6102 Congo, Republic of the Formerly Belgian Congo. 6152 British South Africa Including Basutoland, Swaziland, and Bechuanaland; dissolved 30 Sept. 66; code to be used for historical purposes only. 6162 Botswana (Independent 30 Sept. 66) Formerly Bechuanaland, British South Africa. 6172 Lesotho (Independent 4 Oct. 66) Formerly Basutoland, British South Africa. 6182 Swaziland (Sept. 66) Formerly British South Africa. 6252 Central African Federation Dissolved 31 Dec. 63; code to be used for historical purposes only. 6262 Zambia Formerly Northern Rhodesia. 6272 Rhodesia Formerly Southern Rhodesia. 6282 Malawi Formerly Nyasaland. 6302 Kenya 6352 Mozambique 6402 Ruanda Urundi Dissolved 2 July 62; code to be used for historical purposes only. 6412 Rwanda (Independent 2 July 62) 6422 Burundi (Independent 2 July 62) 6502 Tanganyika Merged with Zanzibar to form Tanzania Oct. 64. 6512 Tanzania Formerly United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar. 6522 Zanzibar Merged with Tanganyika to form Tanzania Oct. 64. Including Pemba. 6552 Uganda 6602 South Africa, Republic of Formerly Union of South Africa. PAGE 12 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015609 4--K 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Africa (Continued) 6456 Ivory Coast 6006 West Africa 6486 Mauretania For Principe and Sao Tome see 3000 Section. 6516 Congo, Republic of 6036 Cameroons, British 6546 Gambia Brit. Cameroons Terr. divided; north half to 6636 Ghana Nigeria, 1 June 61; south half to Rep. of 6666 Guinea 6066 Cameroon, 1 Oct. 61. Cameroon, Republic of 6696 Liberia Formerly French Cameroons. 6726 Nigeria 6156 Including south half of former Brit. Cameroons. Federation of Mali 6376 Including north half of former Brit. Cameroons. Niger Republic Dissolved 1960. 6756 Portuguese Guinea 6186 Dahomey 6786 Central Africa, Republic of 6216 Mali Republic 6816 Sierra Leone Formerly French Sudan. 6846 Spanish Guinea 6246 Senegal Including Fernando Po and Rio Muni. 6276 Upper Volta 6876 Spanish Sahara 6396 Chad Formerly Rio de Oro. 6426 Gabon MARCH droved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 13 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE GENERAL GEOPOLITICAL CONCEPTS NOT ALWAYS CONFINED TO A SPECIFIC AREA 7000 World, The (International Concept) 7090 British Commonwealth 7003 World, Communist 7250 French Union 7006 World, Free 7470 Latin America 7040 Afro-Asian Countries 7760 Scandinavia 7060 Arab States 7830 Underdeveloped Countries (General) PAGE 14 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 SO0991 R0003001 X41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE WESTERN HEMISPHERE (NORTH, SOUTH, AND CENTRAL AMERICAS; WEST INDIES) 8000 Western Hemisphere 8452 Paraguay For Latin America in general see 7000 Section. 8502 Peru 8007 North America 8552 Surinam (Dutch Guiana) 8257 Alaska Including Aleutians and the other adjacent islands. 8602 Uruguay 8507 Canada 8652 Venezuela 8757 United States 8005 West Indies 8004 Central America 8105 British West Indies (Bahamas and British 8104 British Honduras Virgin Islands) 8204 Costa Rica 8205 Cuba 8304 Guatemala 8305 Dominican Republic 8404 Honduras 8405 Dutch West Indies (Saba, St. Eustatius, Dutch 8504 Mexico St. Martin, Curacao, Aruba, Bonaire) 8505 French West Indies (Guadeloupe Martinique) 8604 Nicaragua , 8605 Haiti 8704 Panama 8705 United States Possessions in West Indies 8804 Panama Canal Zone 8904 Salvador (Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands) 8805 West Indies Federation 8002 South America Dissolved Feb. 62; code to be used for historical 8052 Argentina purposes only. 8102 Bolivia 8806 Jamaica 8152 Brazil Including Cayman Islands, Turks, and Caicos Islands. 8807 Trinidad and Tobago 8202 Guayana 8809 Barbados 8252 Formerly British Guiana; Independent 26 May 66. Chile 8810 Leeward Islands (Antigua, including Barbuda 8302 Colombia and Redonda, Montserrat, St. Christopher- 8352 Ecuador St. Kitts, Nevis, Anguilla) 8815 Windward Islands (Dominica, Grenada, 8402 French Guiana including Grenadines, St. Lucia, St. Vincent) MARCH Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 15 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE ARCTIC AND ANTARCTIC 9000 Arctic and Antarctic 9007 Arctic 9257 Greenland 9307 Jan Mayen Island 9357 Svalbard Including Bear Island. PAGE 16 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R00030015ftS 41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 AREA CLASSIFICATION CODE PART 2-ALPHABETICAL LISTING Some areas, particularly in USSR, have been abolished, absorbed into another area, dissolved, or subordinated to another administrative level. Codes listed with these areas are to be used for historical purposes only. Historical notes are added when appropriate. 4405 Abkhazskaya ASSR 6755 Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (see Sudan) 1552 Accusi (see Portuguese Timor) 6052 Angola (incl. Cabinda) 1056 Aden Federation (Arab Emirates of the South) 1033 Anhwei Province 2390 Aden, Gulf of 9002 Antarctic 2510 Adriatic Sea 2840 Aqaba, Gulf of 4020 Adygeyskaya A.O. (subordinate to Krasnodarskiy Kray) 7060 Arab States 4415 Adzharskaya ASSR 2360 Arabian Sea 2540 Aegean Sea 9007 Arctic 1104 Afghanistan 8052 Argentina 6000 Africa 4014 Arkhangel'skaya Oblast 7040 Afro-Asian Countries 4430 Armenian SSR (Armyanskaya SSR) 4170 Aginskiy Buryatskiy National Okrug (subordinate 4430 Armyanskaya SSR (Armenian SSR) to Chitinskaya Oblast) 8405 Aruba (see Dutch West Indies) 4515 Akmolinskaya Oblast 3056 Ascension Island Abolished 26 Dec. 60; code to be used for historical 4785 Ashkhabadskaya Oblast 4521 purposes only. Rayons absorbed in Tselinogradskaya Oblast 24 Apr. 61. Aktyubinskaya Oblast Abolished 25 May 59; code to be used for historical purposes only. 1000 Asia Subordinate to Zapadno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray 3 May 62; code to be used for historical purposes only. 1003 Asia, Communist 5216 Aland Islands (see Finland) 0260 Asteroids (Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta, etc.) (July 66) 8257 Alaska (incl. Aleutians and the other adjacent islands) 3006 Atlantic Ocean Land Masses 5103 Albania 4040 Astrakhanskaya Oblast 8257 Aleutians (see Alaska) 2030 Atlantic Ocean 6157 Algeria 3555 Auckland (see New Zealand) 4548 Alma-Atinskaya Oblast 3035 Australia (incl. Tasmania and other lesser islands) 4135 Altayskiy Kray 5066 Austria 3054 Amsterdam and Saint Paul Islands 4460 Azerbaidzan SSR (see Azerbaydzhanskaya SSR) 4178 Amurskaya Oblast 4460 Azerbaydzhanskaya SSR 3104 Andaman Island Group 3106 Azores Island Group 4705 Andizhanskaya Oblast 2060 Baffin Bay 5036 Andorra 8105 Bahamas (see British West Indies) MARCH For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 17 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 1106 Bahrein Sultanate 4044 Bryanskaya Oblast 5636 Balearic Islands (see Spain) 4750 Bukharskaya Oblast 2180 Baltic Sea 5203 Bulgaria 8809 Barbados 1152 Burma 2090 Barents Sea 4165 Buryat-Mongolian ASSR (now Buryatskaya ASSR) 4092 Bashkirskaya ASSR 4165 Buryatskaya ASSR (formerly Buryat-Mongol'skaya ASSR) 6172 Basutoland (see Lesotho) 6422 Burundi (created 2 July 62 from Ruanda Urundi) 2420 Bay of Bengal 6052 Cabinda (see Angola) 6162 Bechuanaland (see Botswana) 8806 Caicos Island (see Jamaica) 6102 Belgian Congo (see Congo, Republic of the) 1202 Cambodia 5096 Belgium 6066 Cameroon, Republic of (formerly French Cameroons) 4080 Belgorodskaya Oblast Including south half of former Brit. Cameroons. 4270 Belorussia (Belorusskaya SSR) 6036 Cameroons, British 4270 Belorusskaya SSR (White Russian SSR) Brit. Cameroons Terr. divided; north half to Nigeria 1 2420 Bengal, Bay of June 61; south half to Rep. of Cameroon 1 Oct. 61. Code to be used for historical purposes only. 2630 Bering Sea 6066 Cameroons, French (see Cameroon, Republic of) 3156 Bermuda 8507 Canada 1204 Bhutan 3256 Canary Island Group 3065 Bismarck Archipelago Group 3306 Cape Verde Island Group 2210 Black Sea 2120 Caribbean Sea 8102 Bolivia 3095 Caroline Island Group 5156 Bornholm Islands (see Denmark) 2240 Caspian Sea 1656 Bosphorus (see Turkey) 8806 Cayman Islands (see Jamaica) 6162 Botswana (formerly Bechuanaland) 6786 Central Africa, Republic of 3206 Bouvet Island 6252 Central African Federation 8152 Brazil Dissolved 31 Dec. 63; code to be used for historical 4273 Brestskaya Oblast purposes only. 5756 Britain (see United Kingdom) 6786 Central African Republic 1052 British Borneo (incl. Sarawak, Brunei, and N. Borneo) 8004 Central America 7090 British Commonwealth 1004 Central Asia (Middle East) 8202 British Guiana (Renamed Guayana 26 May 66) 1304 Ceylon 8104 British Honduras 6396 Chad 6305 British Somaliland (see Somali Republic) 3154 Chagos Archipelago 6152 British South Africa 1723 Chamdo (see Tibet) Dissolved 30 Sept. 66; code to be used for historical purposes only. 5756 Channel Islands (see United Kingdom) 4775 Chardzhouskaya Oblast 8105 British Virgin Islands (see British West Indies) Abolished 10 Jan. 63; see Turkmenskaya SSR. 8105 British West Indies (Bahamas and British Virgin Islands) 4030 Checheno-Ingushskaya ASSR (formerly Groznenskaya 1052 Brunei (see British Borneo) Oblast) PAGE 18 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015QIQ1-4967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 1063 Chekiang Province 8205 Cuba 4100 Chelyabinskaya Oblast 8405 Curacao (see Dutch West Indies) 4340 Cherkasskaya Oblast 5126 Cyprus 4024 Cherkesskaya A.O. (now Karachaevo-Cherkesskaya 5303 Czechoslovakia A.O. subordinate to Stavropol'skiy Kray) 4326 Chernigovskaya Oblast 4312 Chernovitskaya Oblast 8252 Chile 4539 Chimkentskaya Oblast Renamed 3 May 62; formerly called Yuzhno- Kazakhstanskaya Oblast; subordinate to Yuzhno- Kazakhstanskiy Kra 4032 Dagestanskaya ASSR 6186 Dahomey 2270 Danube River 5156 Denmark (incl. Bornholm Island) 4344 Dnepropetrovskaya Oblast 4150 Dolgano-Nenetskiy N.O. (now Taymyrskiy N.O. subordi t t K y. na e o rasnoyarskiy Kray) 1015 China 8305 Dominican Republic 1013 China, Communist 4336 Donetskaya Oblast (formerly Stalinskaya Oblast) 1505 China, Nationalist (Taiwan) 4308 Drogobychskaya Oblast 2660 China Sea Abolished 21 May 59; code to be used for historical 4170 Chitinskaya Oblast 8552 purposes only. Dutch Guiana (Surinam) 4094 Chkalovskaya Oblast (see Orenburgskaya Oblast) 3204 Ch 8405 Dutch West Indies (Saba, St. Eustatius Dutch St ristmas Island (Indian Ocean) , . Martin, Curacao, Aruba, Bonaire) 3335 Christmas Island (Pacific Ocean) 4620 Dzhalal-Abadskaya Oblast 1443 Chuang Autonomous Region Abolished 27 Jan. 59; see Oshskaya Oblast; code to be 4184 Chukotskiy N.O. (subordinate to Magadanskaya Oblast) 4545 used for historical purposes only. Dzhambulskaya Oblast 4086 Chuvashskaya ASSR Subordinate to Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray 3 May 62; 3125 Clipperton Island Group 7003 code to be used for historical purposes only. East, The (see World Communist) 3254 Cocos-Keeling Island 6005 , East Africa 8302 Colombia 1005 East Asia (Far East) 3504 Comoro Island (Feb. 64) 5416 East Germany 1003 Communist Asia 10 4503 East Kazakhstan Oblast (see Vostochno- 13 Communist China 5003 Communist Europe 5003 Kazakhstanskaya Oblast) Eastern Europe 7003 Communist World 8352 Ecuador 6516 Congo, Republic of 1726 Egypt 6102 Congo, Republic of the (formerly Belgian Congo) 5186 Eire 3155 Cook Island Group 8904 El Salvador 5246 Corsica (see France) 3185 Ellice Island Group 8204 Costa Rica 5756 England (see United Kingdom) 5306 Crete (see Greece) 6165 Eritrea (see Ethiopia) 4352 Crimea (Krymskaya Oblast) 4200 Estonia (Estonskaya SSR) 3304 Crozet Island Group 4200 Estonskaya SSR (Estonian SSR) MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 19 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 4058 Gor'kovskaya Oblast 6165 Ethiopia 5000 Europe 5003 Europe, Eastern (Communist) 4291 Gomel'skaya Oblast 4135 Gorno-Altayskaya A.O. (subordinate to Altayskiy Kray) 4660 Gorno-Badakhshanskaya A.O. 5006 Europe, Western 5666 Gotland (see Sweden) 4150 Evenkiyskiy N.O. (subordinate to Krasnoyarskiy Kray) 5756 Great Britain (see United Kingdom) 3356 Faeroe Island Group 2300 Great Lakes 3406 Falkland Island Group (incl. Falkland, S. Georgia, 5306 Greece (incl. Crete) S. Sandwich, and S. Orkney Islands) 9257 Greenland 1005 Far East (East Asia) 2130 Greenland Sea (Feb. 64) 6155 Federation of Ethiopia and Eritrea Dissolved 1962; code to be used for historical purposes only. 4276 Grodnenskaya Oblast 6156 Federation of Mali 4030 Groznenskaya Oblast (see Checheno-Ingushskaya ASSR) Dissolved 1960; code to be used for historical purposes only. 4400 Gruzinskaya SSR (Georgian SSR) 1056 Federation of South Arabia (Aden) (Feb. 64) 8505 Guadeloupe (see French West Indies) 4715 Ferganskaya Oblast 3415 Guam (see Marianas Island Group) 6846 Fernando Po (May 63) 8304 Guatemala 3215 Fiji Island Group 8202 Guayana (formerly British Guiana) 5216 Finland (incl. Aland Islands) 6666 Guinea 1505 Formosa (Taiwan) 2390 Gulf of Aden 5246 France 2840 Gulf of Aqaba 7006 Free World 2140 Gulf of Mexico 8402 French Guiana 2450 Gulf of Oman 6216 French Sudan (see Mali Republic) 4536 Gur'yevskaya Oblast 7250 French Union Subordinate to Zapadno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray 3 May onl l 8505 French West Indies (Guadeloupe, Martinique) y. . purposes 62; code to be used for historica 8605 Haiti 4615 Frunzenskaya Oblast d Johnston d Abolished 27 Jan. 59; territory subordinated directly to 3275 way an Hawaiian Island Group (incl. Mi l Islands) y. Kirgiz SSR; code to be used for historical purposes on 1 123 Fukien Province 6426 Gabon 6546 Gambia 4400 Georgian SSR (see Gruzinskaya SSR) 3354 Heard Island Group (incl. Shag and McDonald Islands) 1153 Heilungkiang Province 5516 Holland (see Netherlands) 1183 Honan Province 5406 Germany 5413 Germany, East 5416 Germany, West 6636 Ghana 5276 Gibraltar 3245 Gilbert Island Group 1404 Goa (see India) 6636 Gold Coast (Ghana) 8404 Honduras 1105 Hong Kong 1213 Hopeh Province 1243 Hunan Province 5503 Hungary 1273 Hupeh Province 3506 Iceland 6307 Ifni Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150d6fRJH 1967 PAGE 20 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 1404 India Including former Portuguese India (Goa). 4021 Kamenskaya Oblast Abolished Nov. 57. 2330 Indian Ocean 1333 Kansu Province 3004 Indian Ocean Land Masses 4024 Karachaevo-Cherkesskaya A.O. (formerly Cherkesskaya 1252 Indonesia, Republic of Including West Irian after 1 May 63. A.O.; subordinate to Stavropol'skiy Kray) 4512 Karagandinskaya Oblast 1303 Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region 4740 Kara-Kalpakska a ASSR 1156 Iran y 1206 Iraq 4010 Karel'skaya ASSR 5756 Ireland, North (see United Kingdom) 4735 Kashka-Dar'inskaya Oblast Abolished 25 Jan. 60; reinstated Feb. 64 5186 Ireland (Southern) (Eire) . 1504 Kashmir (see Jammu and Kashmir) 1252 Irian, West (see Indonesia) 4500 Kazakhskaya SSR 4175 Irkutskaya Oblast 4130 Kemerovska a Oblast 1256 Israel y 6302 Kenya 4605 Issyk-Kul'skaya Oblast Abolished 27 Jan. 59; territory subordinated directly to 3404 Kerguelen Island Group Kirgiz SSR; code to be used for historical purposes only. 4181 Khabarovskiy Kray 5336 Italy (incl. Sardinia and Sicily) 4150 Khakasskaya A.O. (subordinate to Krasnoyarskiy Kray) 4314 Ivano-Frankovskaya Oblast (May 63) Renamed 9 Nov. 62, formerly Stanislavskaya Oblast. 4105 Khanty-Mansiyskiy N.O. (subordinate to Tyumenskaya Oblast) 4052 Ivanovskaya Oblast 4330 Khar'kovskaya Oblast 6456 Ivory Coast 4350 Khersonskaya Oblast 8806 Jamaica (including Cayman Islands, Turks and Caicos Islands) 4318 Khmel'nitskaya Oblast 4745 Khorezmskaya Oblast 1504 Jammu (see Jammu and Kashmir) 1363 Kiangsi Province 1504 Jammu and Kashmir 1393 Kiangsu Province 9307 Jan Mayen Island 4600 Kirgizskaya SSR 1205 Japan 1423 Kirin Province 2690 Japan, Sea of 4342 Kirovogradskaya Oblast 3275 Johnston Island (see Hawaiian Island Group) 4056 Kirovskaya Oblast 1306 Jordan 4338 Kiyevskaya Oblast 0420 Jupiter (July 66) 4527 Kokchetavskaya Oblast 4026 Kabardino-Balkarskaya ASSR (formerly Kabardinskaya ASSR) Subordinate to Kazakhskaya SSR 19 Nov. 65; code to be used for historical purposes only. 4026 Kabardinskaya ASSR (see Kabardino-Balkarskaya ASSR) 4018 Komi ASSR 4096 Komi-Permyatskiy N.O. (subordinate to Permskaya 4002 Kaliningradskaya Oblast Oblast) 4046 Kalininskaya Oblast 1805 Korea 4023 Kalmytskaya ASSR 1813 Korea, North 4064 Kaluzhskaya Oblast 1815 Korea, South 4187 Kamchatskaya Oblast 4187 Koryakskiy N.O. (subordinate to Kamchatskaya Oblast) MARCHAp9proved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 21 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 4050 Kostromskaya Oblast 5396 Luxembourg 4020 Krasnoyarskiy Kray 4306 L'vovskaya Oblast 4150 Krasnoyarskiy Kray 1305 Macao 4352 Krymskaya Oblast (Crimea) 3504 Madagascar and French Islands in the Mozambique 4110 Kurganskaya Oblast Channel (see Malagasy Republic) 3556 Madeira Island Group 4078 Kurskaya Oblast 4518 Kustanayskaya Oblast 4184 Magadanskaya Oblast Subordinate to Kazakhskaya SSR 19 Nov. 65; code to be used for historical purposes only. 3504 Malagasy Republic (Madagascar) and French Islands in the Mozambique Channel 1356 Kuwait 6282 Malawi (Independent 6 July 64) 4034 Kuybyshevskaya Oblast Formerly Nyasaland, British South Africa. 1443 Kwangsi Chuang Autonomous Region 1402 Malaya 1453 Kwangtung Province 1422 Malaysia (Federation of Sarawak, North Borneo, Malaya, Singapore, Feb. 64; Singapore seceded 1483 Kweichow Province Aug. 65) 4542 l-Ordinskaya Oblast Kz y Subordinate to Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray 3 May 62; 3604 Maldive Island Group code to be used for historical purposes only. 6156 Mali, Federation of Dissolved 1960; codes are to be used for historical 3454 Laccadive Island Group purposes only. 1352 Laos 6216 Mali Republic (formerly French Sudan) 7470 Latin America 5456 Malta 4230 Latvia (Latviyskaya SSR) 3395 Marcus Island 4230 Latviyskaya SSR (Latvian SSR) 3415 Marianas Island Group (including Guam) 1406 Lebanon 4190 Maritime Kray (see Primorskiy Kray) 8810 Montserrat, St. Christopher- Leeward Islands (Antigua , St. Kitts, Nevis, Anguilla) 4084 Mariyskaya ASSR 3435 Marquesas Island Group 4670 Leninabadskaya Oblast Abolished and rayons subordinated to Tadzhikskayo 0440 Mars (July 66) SSR 28 Mar. 62; code to be used for historical purposes only. 3465 Marshall Island Group 4008 Leningradskaya Oblast 8505 Martinique (see French West Indies) 6172 Lesotho (Independent 4 Oct. 66) Formerly Basutoland, British South Africa. 4780 Maryyskaya Oblast Abolished 10 Jan. 63, see Turkmenskaya SSR. 1513 Liaoning Province 3654 Mascarene Island Group 6696 Liberia Including Mauritius, Reunion, Rodrigues Islands. 6457 Libya 6486 Mauretania 5366 Liechtenstein 3654 Mauritius Is. (May 63) 3335 Line Island Group 3354 McDonald Island (see Heard Island Group) 4074 Lipetskaya Oblast 2480 Mediterranean Sea 4260 Lithuania (Litovskaya SSR) 0460 Mercury (July 66) 4260 Litovskaya SSR (Lithuanian SSR) 8504 Mexico 3365 Loyalty Island Group 2140 Mexico, Gulf of (Feb. 64) 4332 Luganskaya Oblast (formerly Voroshilovgradskaya 0.) 1004 Middle East (Central Asia) PAGE 22 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300196WH41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 3275 Midway Island (see Hawaiian Island Group) 3525 New Hebrides Island Group 4285 Minskaya Oblast 3555 New Zealand (incl. Auckland and other lesser islands) 3613 Miquelon Island Group 8604 Nicaragua 4288 Mogilevskaya Oblast 3704 Nicobar Island Group 4385 Moldavskaya SSR 6726 Nigeria 4279 Molodechnenskaya Oblast Including north half of former Brit. Cameroons. Abolished 20 Jan. 60; code to be used for historical 6376 Niger Republic purposes only. 4348 Nikolayevskaya Oblast 4096 Molotovskaya Oblast (see Permskaya Oblast) 2570 Nile River 5486 Monaco 1333 Ninghsia Hui Autonomous Region (formerly part 1853 Mongolia Outer 1853 , Mongolian People's Republic (Mongolia) of Kansu Province) 6007 North Africa 0240 Moon (Earth's) (July 66) 4088 Mordovskaya ASSR 1052 North Borneo (see British Borneo) 6607 Morocco (incl. Tangier) 4530 North Kazakhstan Oblast (see Severo-Kazakhstanskaya 6627 Morocco, Spanish Territories in (cities of Ceuta Oblast) and Melilla; Penon de Velez, Alhucemus and 1813 North Korea Chafarina Islands) 4028 North Osetian ASSR (Severo-Osetinskaya ASSR) 4062 Moskovskaya Oblast 6262 North Rhodesia (see Zambia) 6352 Mozambique 2150 North Sea 4012 Murmanskaya Oblast 1913 North Vietnam 1456 Muscat 1452 Northeast New Guinea (see New Guinea) 1456 Muscat and Oman 5546 Norway 4470 Nagorno-Karabakhskaya Autonomous Oblast 2160 Norwegian Sea (May 63) 4480 Nakhichevanskaya ASSR 4006 Novgorodskaya Oblast 4710 Namanganskaya Oblast 4120 Novosibirskaya Oblast Abolished 25 Jan. 60; code to be used for historical purposes only. 6282 Nyasaland (name changed to Malawi; 1505 Nationalist China (Taiwan) Independent 6 July 64) 1006 Near East (West Asia) 4346 Odesskaya Oblast 4014 Nenetskiy N.O. (subordinate to Arkhangel'skaya 2720 Okhotsk, Sea of Oblast) 1215 Okinawa (see Ryukyu Islands) 1604 Nepal 1456 Oman (see Muscat and Oman) 0480 Neptune (July 66) 2450 Oman, Gulf of 5516 Netherlands 4115 Omskaya Oblast 1252 Netherlands New Guinea (see Indonesia) 4094 Orenburgskaya Oblast (formerly Chkalovskaya Oblast) 1476 Neutral Territories (bet. Israel and Egypt) 5756 Orkney Islands (see United Kingdom) 1486 Neutral Zone (bet. Saudi Arabia and Iraq) 4076 Orlovskaya Oblast 1496 Neutral Zone (bet. Saudi Arabia and Kuwait) 4625 Oshskaya Oblast 3495 New Caledonia Island Group 2600 Pacific Ocean 1452 New Guinea (incl. Papua and N.E. New Guinea) 3005 Pacific Ocean Land Masses PAGE 23 MARCH Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 1704 Pakistan 6262 Rhodesia, North (now called Zambia) 8704 Panama 6272 Rhodesia, South (now called Rhodesia) 8804 Panama Canal Zone 6846 Rio Muni (May 63) 1452 Papua (see New Guinea) 6876 Rio de Oro (see Spanish Sahara) 8452 Paraguay 3654 Rodrigues Is. (May 63) 4509 Pavlodarskaya Oblast 4022 Rostovskaya Oblast Subordinate to Kazakhskaya SSR 19 Oct. 65; code to 4304 Rovenskaya Oblast be used for historical purposes only. 4001 RSFSR (Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic) 1213 Peking (see Hopeh Province) 6402 Ruanda Urundi 6522 Pemba (see Zanzibar) 4068 Penzenskaya Oblast Two territories separated into Rwanda and Burundi 2 July 62; code to be used for historical purposes only. 4096 Permskaya Oblast (formerly Molotovskaya Oblast) 5703 Rumania 2780 Persian Gulf 4001 Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic (RSFSR) 8502 Peru 6412 Rwanda (created 2 July 62 from Ruanda Urundi) 1502 Philippine Islands 4060 Ryazanskaya Oblast 3585 Phoenix Island Group (incl. Baker and Howland Islands) 1215 Ryukyu Islands 0620 Pluto (July 66) 4193 Sakhalinskaya Oblast 5603 Poland 8904 Salvador 4324 Poltavskaya Oblast 4725 Samarkandskaya Oblast 5576 Portugal 3615 Samoa Island Group 6756 Portuguese Guinea 5606 San Marino 1804 Portuguese India (Goa) 3645 Santa Cruz Island Group Annexed by India Dec. 61; code to be used for 3576 Sao Tome historical purposes prior to Nov. 63. 4038 Saratovskaya Oblast 1552 Portuguese Timor (incl. Accusi) 1052 Sarawak (see British Borneo) 4190 Primorskiy Kray 5336 Sardinia (see Italy) 3754 Prince Edward Island Group 0640 Saturn (July 66) 3576 Principe 1556 Saudi Arabia 4004 Pskovskaya Oblast 7760 Scandinavia 8705 Puerto Rico (see United States Possessions in West Indies) 5756 Scotland (see United Kingdom) 1506 Qatar 2690 Sea of Japan (see Japan, Sea of) 2810 Red Sea 2720 Sea of Okhotsk 6786 Republic of Central Africa 4506 Semipalatinskaya Oblast 6516 Republic of Congo 6246 Senegal 6102 Republic of the Congo (formerly Belgian Congo) 4530 Severo-Kazakhstanskaya Oblast 1252 Republic of Indonesia 6602 Republic of South Africa (May 63) Subordinate to Kazakhskaya SSR 19 Oct. 65; code to be used for historical purposes only. 3654 Reunion Is. (May 63) 4028 Severo-Osetinskaya ASSR 2870 Rhine River 3804 Seychelles Crown Colony 6272 Rhodesia 3354 Shag Island (see Heard Island Group) PAGE 24 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 1393 Shanghai (see Kiangsu Province) 6876 Spanish Sahara (formerly Rio de Oro) ee Svalbard) ( it b S 1573 Shansi Province s ergen s p 9357 3606 St. Helena and Tristan de Cunha Island Group 1603 Shantung Province 2900 St. Lawrence Seaway 1633 Shensi Province 3616 St. Pierre and Miquelon Island Group 5756 Shetland Islands (see United Kingdom) 4033 Stalingradskaya Oblast Renamed Volgogradskaya Oblast 10 Nov. 61. 5336 Sicily (see Italy) 4336 Stalinskaya Oblast 6816 Sierra Leone Renamed Donetskaya Oblast 10 Nov. 61. 1904 Sikkim 4314 Stanislavskaya Oblast 1602 Singapore Renamed Ivano-Frankovskaya Oblast 9 Nov. 62. 1663 Sinkiang Province (Sinkiang-Uighur Autonomous Region) 4024 Stavropol'skiy Kray 1663 Sinkiang-Uighur Autonomous Region 1726 Suez Canal (see Egypt) 4042 Smolenskaya Oblast 6755 Sudan (formerly Anglo-Egyptian Sudan) 3675 Society Island Group 4328 Sumskaya Oblast 3854 Socotra Island 0220 Sun (July 66) 0000 Solar System (July 66) 8552 Surinam (Dutch Guiana) 3705 Solomon Island Group 4730 Surkhan-Dar'inskaya Oblast 6305 Somalia (see Somali Republic) 9357 Svalbard (incl. Bear Island) 6305 Somali Republic (formerly British Somaliland and 4098 Sverdlovskaya Oblast Somalia) 6182 Swaziland (Sept. 66) 6455 Somaliland, British Absorbed by Somali Republic; code to be used for 5666 Sweden (incl. Gotland Island) historical purposes only. 5696 Switzerland 4722 Syrdar'inskaya Oblast (May 63) 6605 Somaliland, French Created 16 Feb. 63. 6305 Somaliland, Italian (see Somali Republic) 1746 Syria (withdrew from UAR Sept. 61) 6002 South Africa 1693 Szechwan Province 6602 South Africa, Republic of (formerly Union of South Africa) 4650 Tadzhikskaya SSR 1505 Taiwan (China, Nationalist) 8002 South America 1056 South Arabia, Federation (Aden Federation) 4524 Taldy-Kurganskaya Oblast Abolished 6 June 59; code to be used for historical 4539 South Kazahkstan Oblast (Chimkentskaya Oblast) purposes only. 1815 South Korea 4070 Tambovskaya Oblast 4410 South Osetian Autonomous Oblast (Yugo-Osetinskaya A.O.) 6502 Tanganyika Merged with Zanzibar to form Tanzania Oct. 64. 1912 South Vietnam f bli d R 6512 c o epu Tanganyika and Zanzibar, Unite 6452 South West Africa (now called Tanzania) 1002 Southeast Asia 6607 Tangier (see Morocco) 5636 Spain (incl. Balearic Islands) 6512 Tanzania (formerly United Republic of Tanganyika 6846 Spanish Guinea and Zanzibar) Including Fernando Po and Rio Muni. 4790 Tashauzskaya Oblast 6627 Spanish Morocco (see Morocco, Spanish Territories in) Abolished 10 Jan. 63, see Turkmenskaya SSR. PAGE 25 MARCH AAroved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 4720 Tashkentskaya Oblast 3035 Tasmania (see Australia) 2730 Tasman Sea (Feb. 64) 4090 Tatarskaya ASSR 4150 Taymyrskiy N.O. (formerly Dolgano-Nenetskiy N.O.; subordinate to Krasnoyarskiy Kray) 4316 Ternopol'skaya Oblast 1652 Thailand 1723 Tibet and Chamdo 6906 Togo 4125 Tomskaya Oblast 3735 Tonga Island Group 4310 Trans-Carpathian Oblast (see Zakarpatskaya Oblast) 8807 Trinidad and Tobago 1606 Trucial Oman (see Trucial Sheikdoms) 1606 Trucial Sheikdoms (formerly Trucial Oman) 1606 Trucial States (see Trucial Sheikdoms) 4516 Tselinnyy Kray (created 26 Dec. 60; abolished 19 Oct. 65) 4516 Tselinogradskaya Oblast Created 24 Apr. 61; subordinate to Kazakhskaya SSR 19 Oct. 65. 1753 Tsinghai Province 3765 Tuamotu Island Group 3795 Tubuai Island Group 4066 Tul'skaya Oblast 6757 Tunisia 1656 Turkey 4770 Turkmenskaya SSR 8806 Turks Island (see Jamaica) 4160 Tuvinskaya ASSR 4610 Tyan'-Shan'skaya Oblast Abolished 20 Mar. 63. 3545 Tyrrhenian Sea (May 63) 4105 Tyumenskaya Oblast 8705 U.S. Possessions in West Indies (Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands) 8705 U.S. Virgin Islands 4082 Udmurtskaya ASSR 6552 Uganda 1663 Uighur Autonomous Region (see Sinkiang-Uighur Autonomous Region) 4300 Ukraine (see Ukrainskaya SSR) 4300 Ukrainskaya SSR 4036 UI'yanovskaya Oblast 7830 Underdeveloped Countries (General) 3825 Union Island Group 6602 Union of South Africa 4000 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) 1706 United Arab Republic (used for Egypt, Syria, and Yemen until late 1961) 5756 United Kingdom (incl. Great Britain and N. Ireland, Orkney, Shetland, and Channel Islands) 6512 United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar (now called Tanzania) 8757 United States 8705 United States Possessions in the West Indies 6276 Upper Volta 4533 Ural'skaya Oblast Renamed 3 May 62; formerly called Zapadno- Kazakhstanskaya Oblast; subordinate to Zapadno- Kazakhstanskiy Kray. 0660 Uranus (July 66) 8602 Uruguay 4000 USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) 4175 Ust'ordynskiy Buryatskiy N.O. (subordinate to Irkutskaya Oblast) 4700 Uzbekskaya SSR 5806 Vatican City 8652 Venezuela 0680 Venus (July 66) 1902 Vietnam 1913 Vietnam, North 1912 Vietnam, South 4320 Vinnitskaya Oblast 8105 Virgin Islands, British (see British West Islands) 8705 Virgin Islands, U.S. (see United States Possessions in West Indies) 4282 Vitebskaya Oblast 4054 Vladimirskaya Oblast 4033 Volgogradskaya Oblast (formerly Stalingradskaya Oblast) PAGE 26 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015009C V 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 4016 Vologodskaya Oblast 7006 World, Free 4302 Volynskaya Oblast 4155 Yakutskaya ASSR 4072 Voronezhskaya Oblast 4105 Yamalo-Nenetskiy N.O. (subordinate to Tyumenskaya 4332 Voroshilovgradskaya Oblast (see Luganskaya Oblast) Oblast) 4503 Vostochno-Kazakhstanskaya Oblast 4048 Yaroslavskaya Oblast 3855 Wake Island 2750 Yellow Sea 5756 Wales (see United Kingdom) 1766 Yemen 7006 West, The (see World, Free) 4181 Yevreyskaya A.O. (subordinate to Khabarovskiy Kray) 6006 West Africa 4410 Yugo-Osetinskaya A.O. 1006 West Asia (near East) 5803 Yugoslavia 5416 West Germany 1783 Yunnan Province 8005 West Indies 4539 Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskaya Oblast 8105 West Indies, British Changed to Chimkentskaya Oblast; subordinate to 8405 West Indies, Dutch Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray. 8505 West Indies, French 4539 Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray 8705 West Indies, U.S. Created 3 May 62 consisting of Chimkentskaya, Kzylordinskaya, and Dzhambulskaya Oblasts; code 8805 West Indies Federation was used for Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskaya Oblast prior to Dissolved Feb. 62; code to be used for historical purposes only. 3 May 62. 1702 West New Guinea (renamed Aug. 62; formerly Neth. New Guinea) Became part of Indonesia 1 May 63; code to be used for historical purposes only. 4310 Zakarpatskaya Oblast 6262 Zambia (formerly Northern Rhodesia) 6522 Zanzibar (including Pemba) 4533 West Kazakhstan Oblast (see Ural'skaya Oblast) 4533 Zapadno-Kazakhstanskaya Oblast Changed to Ural'skaya Oblast; subordinate to Yuzhno- 5006 Western Europe Kazakhstanskiy Kray. 8000 Western Hemisphere 4533 Zapadno-Kazakhstanskiy Kray 4270 White Russia (Belorusskaya SSR) Created 3 May 62 consisting of Ural'skaya, Gur'yevskaya, 8815 Windward Islands (Dominica, Granada including Grenadines, St. Lucia, St. Vincent) and Aktyubinskaya Oblasts; code was used for Zapadno- Kazakhstanskaya Oblast prior to 3 May 62. 7000 World, The 4334 Zaporozhskaya Oblast 7003 World, Communist 4322 Zhitomirskaya Oblast MARCH droved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003001'50001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 INTELLIGENCE SUBJECT CODE Agric. - Agriculture, Agricultural Assoc. - Association Br- Branch CD - Civilian Defense Civ. - Civilian Com. - Communist, Communism Confer. - Conference(s) CP - Communist Party Ctry. - Country Cult. - Cultural Depend. - Dependency Econ. - Economic ECM - Electronic Countermeasure(s) Eng. - Engineering Equip. - Equipment Exec. - Executive For. - Foreign GM - Guided Missile GNP - Gross National Product Gov. - Government Grp(s). - Group(s) Ind. - Industry, Industrial Intel]. - Intelligence Internat. - International Jud. - Judicial Leg. - Legislative Mach. - Machine, Machinery Mfg. - Manufactured, Manufacturing Mil. - Military Not. - National Navig. - Navigation NEC - Not Elsewhere Classified Op(s). - Operation(s) Org(s). - Organization(s) Pol. - Political POW - Prisoner of War Prof. Professional Pty. - Party Rel. - Relation(s) Rep(s). - Representative(s) Soc. - Social Subv. - Subversive Sys. - System(s) Transp. - Transportation MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 1 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 601.415 Abaca Crop 673.200 Acoustic Detection Devices 315.350 Abelian and Automorphous Functions 595.200 Acoustic Detection System 347.240 Abioparthenogenesis-Human Physiology 327.350 Acoustic Phenomena-Meteorology 255.541 Abortion 331.312 Acoustics of Fresh Water 623.400 Abrasives, Natural 329.220 Acoustics of Sea Water 625.230 Abrasives, Nonmetallic Mineral 319.200 Acoustics-Physics 455.150 Absenteeism-Labor 619.125 Acrilex-Plastics 321.305 Absorption-Chemical Engineering 619.125 Acriloid-Plastics 319.385 Absorption-Heat 619.125 Acrylate-Plastics 319.315 Absorption-Light 619.125 Acrylics-Plastics 345.205 Absorption-Plant Physiology 619.222 ACTH 771.200 Academies, Military 319.280 Actinic Light Radiation Effects 619.920 Accelerators-Rubber Chemicals 619.264 Actinoidin-Drugs 657.655 Accelerometers, Aircraft 355.650 Actinomycosis-Human Diseases 504.110 Access Roads 319.040 Action and Reaction- Physics Principle 506.210 Access Roads-Construction 617.835 Activated Carbon 274.220 Accident Insurance 619.311 Activated Sewage-Fertilizers 385.714 Accident to Artificial Satellite 773.600 Active Air Defense Training 385.316 Accident to Space Vehicle 688.350 Active Guided Missile Guidance Equip. 571.500 Accidents-Civil Aviation 135.610 Activities Versus Doctrine, CP 744.295 Accidents-Ground Forces 315.931 Actuarial Science 510.300 Accidents-Highway Transp. System 657.715 Actuating Equipment, Aircraft 355.720 Accidents-Human Injuries 686.125 Adamsite-War Gases 457.330 Accidents-Industrial 633.345 Adding Machines 539.400 Accidents-Inland Water Transp. 628.230 Additives, Gasoline 553.600 Accidents-Merchant Marine 633.375 Addressing Machines 744.950 Accidents-Military Aviation 319.840 Adhesion-Matter 788.544 Accidents-Missile Launching 619.945 Adhesives 744.490 Accidents-Naval Forces 615.390 Adipic Acids 525.300 Accidents-Railway System 135.213 Administration, CP 633.345 Accounting Machines 123.200 Administration, Local Government 657.730 Accumulators, Hydraulic-Aircraft 732.100 Administration, Military Staff Level 615.200 Acetaldehyde 133.100 Administration, Political Party 615.590 Acetamide 333.400 Administrative Geography 619.235 Acetanalid-Drugs 735.000 Administrative Organizations, Military 619.130 Acetate, Cellulose-Plastics 135.219 Admission Procedures, CP 615.360 Acetic Acid 321.310 Adsorption-Chemical Engineering 615.380 Acetic Anhydrides 236.281 Adult Education 615.200 Acetone 690.000 Advanced Weapons 628.530 Acetonine-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 409.200 Advertising 615.220 Acetophenon 115.300 Advisory Boards, Government 615.320 Acetyl Peroxide 730.100 Advisory Boards, Military 617.725 Acetylene 684.230 Aerial Delivery Devices-Nuclear Warfare 628.530 Acetylene-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 121.130 Aerial Law, International 617.840 Acetylene Black 694.165 Aerial Photo Cameras 619.520 Acetylene Black-Pigments 775.320 Aerial Photo Interpretation Training, Mil. 651.900 Acidity Meters 333.713 Aerial Photo Surveys and Surveying Technique 615.720 Acids, Arsenic 657.805 Aerial Refueling Equipment 617.090 Acids, Inorganic 683.000 Aerial Weapons and Ammunition 628.540 Acids, Nitric-Rocket Fuel Oxidizers 651.550 Aerodynamic Testing Equipment 615.350 Acids, Organic 319.170 Aerodynamics 619.110 Acids, Sebacic-Plastics 646.100 Aerograph-Meteorological Instruments MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 3 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 355.230 Aeromedicine 586.110 Agreements, Postal 333.734 Aeronautical Charts 593.311 Agreements, Radar, Airborne 570.210 Aeronautical Clubs-Civil Aviation 593.111 Agreements, Radar, Ground Based 369.500 Aeronautical Engineering 593.211 Agreements, Radar, Shipborne 369.510 Aeronautical Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 589.111 Agreements, Radio Broadcasting Aeronautical Radar, see Airborne Radar 589.71 1 Agreements, Radio Telephone 589.570 Aeronautical Radio Sys. Adapt to Mil. Use 517.330 Agreements, Railway Transportation Aeronautical Radio, see Airborne Radio 309.100 Agreements, Scientific 570.100 Aeronautical Schools-Civil Aviation 598.110 Agreements, Submarine Cable Aeronautical Television, see Airborne Television 485.230 Agreements, Tariff 321,910 Aerosols-Research 588.110 Agreements, Telegraph 427.100 Afforestation-Forestry Practice 587.1 10 Agreements, Telephone 210.305 African Languages/Cultures 591.1 10 Agreements, Television 210.305 Afrikaans Language/Culture 485.200 Agreements, Trade 255.310 Age-Sex Composition of Population 501.330 Agreements, Transportation 115.500 Agencies, Government 419.300 Agricultural Census 685.100 Agents, Biological Warfare 619.300 Agricultural Chemicals 686.100 Agents, Chemical Warfare 419.550 Agricultural Cooperatives 159.710 Agents, Espionage and Counterespionage 601.000 Agricultural Crops 684.120 Agents, Nuclear Warfare 369.900 Agricultural Engineering 161.410 Agents, Sabotage Agricultural Labor, see Subject Modifier 005, 135.565 Agit-Prop Dept., CP Labor Section 453.000-463.900 135.563 Agitation, CP 603.100 Agricultural Livestock Agitation, CP Front Orgs., see Specific Fronts 633.320 Agricultural Machinery and Implements following 135.700 115.571 Agricultural Machinery Industry-Ministry 133.850 Agitation, Political Party 619.975 Agricultural Micro-Organisms and Enzymes 143.120 Agitation and Social Unrest-Pol. Stability 135.829 Agricultural Orgs., CP Front 631.525 Agitators-Steam Equipment 183.005 Agricultural Orgs., International 355.665 Agranulocytosis-Human Diseases 115.569 Agricultural Procurement-Ministry/Agency 419.400 Agrarian Reform 349.100 Agricultural Research Orgs. and Facilities 562.100 Agreements, Civil Aviation 349.000 Agricultural Sciences 585.330 Agreements, Communications 236.257 Agricultural Training 213.100 Agreements, Cultural 381.220 Agriculture-Applications of Atomic Energy 716.000 Agreements, Defense 569.200 Agriculture-Civil Aviation In 493.100 Agreements, Economic 135.401 Agriculture-CP Policy Toward 493.110 Agreements, Economic Cooperation 481.205 Agriculture-GovernmentEconomic Planning 429.220 Agreements, Fishing 115.565 Agriculture-Ministry/Agency 485.240 Agreements, Friendship, Commerce, and Navig. 419.700 Agriculture-Natural Factors Affecting 489.160 Agreements, Gold and For. Exchange 133.205 Agriculture-Political Party Policy Toward 271.030 Agreements, Health and Welfare 419.000 Agriculture and the Economy 502.330 Agreements, Highway Transportation 349.200 Agronomy Agreements, Industrial, see Subject Modifier 493.200 Aid, Financial-Foreign Loans 031, Chapter VI 307.100 Aid, Financial-Science 531.330 Agreements, Inland Water Transp. 717.100 Aid, Foreign Military 271.332 Agreements, Internat. Waterway 721.200 Aid, Foreign Military-Anti-Insurrection 459.500 Agreements, Labor 723.300 Aid, Foreign Military-Hostilities 441.000 Agreements, Licensing 493.120 Aid, Foreign Technical 547.110 Agreements, Maritime Waterway 179.320 Aid, Foreign Technical-Hegemony 545.330 Agreements, Merchant Marine 769.100 Aids, Training-Military 177.400 Agreements, Peace 683.215 Aiming Circles, Aircraft Fire Control 177.400 Agreements, Political 683.224 Aiming Circles, Bomb Fire Control 551.100 Agreements, Port 681.665 Aiming Circles, Ground Fire Control PAGE 4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 682.515 Aiming Circles, Naval Fire Control 595.370 Airborne Magnetic System-Detection 737.400 Air Arm, Naval-Organization 595.470 Airborne Photoelectric System-Detection 631.555 Air Conditioning Equipment 670.300 Airborne Radar Equipment 657.775 Air Conditioning Equipment-Aircraft 593.300 Airborne Radar System 656.715 Air Conditioning Equipment-Ships 593.370 Airborne Radar Sys. Adaptabil. to Mil. Use 562.210 Air Corridors-Civil Aviation 668.230 Airborne Radio Receivers 738.300 Air Defense-Air Force Organization 589.500 Airborne Radio System 738.320 Air Defense Sectors-Air Force Org. 668.330 Airborne Radio Transmitter-Receivers 744.510 Air Defense Tactics and Procedures 668.130 Airborne Radio Transmitters 744.430 Air Defense Tactics, Naval 669.220 Airborne Television Receivers 773.600 Air Defense Training 669.120 Airborne Television Transmitters 744.535 Air Drops-Tactics and Procedure 657.100 Aircraft Air Force, Subject Modifier 150. For various 565.000 Aircraft-Civil Aviation Aspects applications, see list of subject modifiers 562.200 Aircraft, Foreign-Regulation arranged in alphabetical order. 571.500 Aircraft Accidents-Civil Aviation 791.000 Air Force Installations, except Defense 744.950 Aircraft Accidents-Military Aviation 115.535 Air Force Ministry/Agency 737.211 Aircraft Carrier Forces-Org. 738.000 Air Force Organization 744.380 Aircraft Carrier Forces-Strike Tactics 775.000 Air Force Training 656.110 Aircraft Carriers 688.220 Air Frames, Guided Missile 565.500 Aircraft Chartering, Foreign 631.045 Air Motors and Engines 657.675 Aircraft Engine Instruments 562.000 Air Policy, International 657.400 Aircraft Engines 271.295 Air Pollution and Smog Control 657.650 Aircraft Equipment, Auxiliary 688.425 Air Pressure Fuses, Guided Missile 633.520 Aircraft Fabricating Machinery 631.220 Air Purification Blowers 657.655 Aircraft Flight Instruments 155.400 Air Raid Shelters, Civilian Defense 722.300 Aircraft Flights-Territorial Violations 155.300 Air Raid Warning Systems, Civilian Defense 565.250 Aircraft Fuel Consumption Factors 744.650 Air Rescue and Search Tactics 683.170 Aircraft Gun Ammunition 775.330 Air Rescue and Search-Mil. Training 683.140 Aircraft Gun Components 744.345 Air Search-Anti-Submarine Warfare Tactics 683.112 Aircraft Guns 738.500 Air Search and Rescue Force Organization 115.591 Aircraft Industry-Ministry/Agency 738.200 Air Support-Air Force Organization 744.460 Aircraft Launching and Recovery, Naval 744.520 Air Support-Tactics and Procedure 658.100 Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Equipment 744.500 Air Tactics and Operating Procedures 657.010 Aircraft Materials in General 744.540 Air-to-Air Combat Tactics and Procedure 571.320 Aircraft Operating Manuals 688.110 Air-to-Air Guided Missiles 657.690 Aircraft Power Equipment 688.115 Air-to-Surface Guided Missiles 791.310 Aircraft Production Airfields-Military 688.120 Air-to-Underwater Guided Missiles 782.120 Aircraft Refueling Techniques-Military 567.140 Air Traffic Control, Civil Airfield 782.200 Aircraft Servicing, General-Military 560.311 Air Traffic Control System 683.000 Aircraft Weapons 738.400 Air Transport-Air Force Organization 567.002 Airfield Approach Obstruction 780.400 Air Transport-System, Military 791.140 Airfield Approach Obstructions, Military 683.400 Air Weapon Detonators 658.000 Airfield Auxiliary Equipment 595.270 Airborne Acoustic System-Detection 363.300 Airfield Engineering 673.223 Airborne Aeroacoustic Equipment 363.310 Airfield Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 736.400 Airborne Forces-Organization 791.200 Airfield Facilities and Services, Military 744.210 Airborne Forces-Tactics 791.400 Airfield Markings, Visual-Mil. Airfields 773.400 Airborne Forces-Training 791.060 Airfields, Military 673.214 Airborne Hydroacoustic Equipment 567.000 Airfields, Non-Military 673.103 Airborne Infrared Equipment 567.200 Airfields, Private 595.170 Airborne Infrared System-Detection 657.300 Airframe Components, Aircraft 673.330 Airborne Magnetic Equipment 657.100 Airplanes MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 5 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 363.300 Airport Engineering 319.650 Alpha Particles-Physics 791.060 Airports, Military 319.510 Alternating Currents-Magnetism 567.000 Airports, Non-Military 657.695 Alternators, Aircraft 623.500 Alabaster-Gem and Ornamental Stones 688.425 Altimeter Fuses, Guided Missile 615.410 Alanine Acid 657.655 Altimeters, Aircraft 694.550 Alarm/Signal Equipment 617.380 Alumina 210.015 Albanian Language/Culture 623.430 Alumina Abrasives 619.264 Albomycin-Drugs 619.905 Alumina Catalysts 355.670 Alcoholism-Human Diseases 621.225 Aluminum 277.200 Alcoholism-Social Problems 621.227 Aluminum Base Alloys 615.100 Alcohols 628.530 Aluminum Borohydride-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 628.530 Alcohols-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 623.450 Aluminum Oxide-Artificial Abrasives 615.190 Aldehydes 623.925 Aluminum Silicate Minerals 707.100 Alert Posture-Armed Forces 623.630 Alunite-Potassium Minerals 210.630 Aleut Language/Culture 589.300 Amateur Radio System 345.700 Algae-Botany 589.340 Amateur Radio System Adaptabil. to Mil. Use 315.200 Algebra 619.410 Amatol-High Explosives 315.200 Algebraic Interpolation 623.610 Amblygonite-Lithium Minerals 651.050 Alidades 654.140 Ambulances 113.270 Aliens-Rights 744.182 Ambush Tactics 455.174 Aliens-Special Labor Groups 773.130 Ambush Training 177.140 Alignments, Foreign 623.500 Amethyst-Gem and Ornamental Stones 615.360 Aliphatic Acids 615.590 Amides 615.110 Aliphatic Alcohols 615.550 Amines 615.200 Aliphatic Aldehydes and Ketones 628.530 Amines-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 615.550 Aliphatic Amines 615.410 Amino Acids 615.020 Aliphatics, Unsaturated 619.105 Aminos-Plastics 623.700 Alkali Earth Minerals 651.150 Ammeters 621.210 Alkali Metals 617.510 Ammonia 623.600 Alkali Minerals 628.530 Ammonia-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 617.010 Alkalies 619.314 Ammoniated Superphosphates-Fertilizers 619.110 Alkyds-Plastics 619.410 Ammonite-High Explosives 628.230 Alkylate-Gasoline Additives 617.540 Ammonium Nitrate 321.403 Alkylation-Chemical Reaction 619.311 Ammonium Nitrate-Fertilizers 744.910 All-Weather Flying Tactics and Procedure 628.550 Ammonium Nitrate-Rocket Fuels, Solid 775.260 All-Weather Flying Training 628.550 Ammonium Perchlorates-Rocket Fuels, Solid 355.660 Allergic Diseases-Human Diseases 617.640 Ammonium Phosphates 355.305 Allergy-Branch of Medicine 617.530 Ammonium Sulfate 371.325 Allocation of Frequency-Radio Engineering 619.311 Ammonium Sulfate-Fertilizers Allocation of Products, see Subject Modifier 617.540 Ammonium Sulfate-Nitrate 055, Chapter VI 321.406 Ammonolysis-Chemical Reaction 750.000 Allowances, Military Personnel 680.000 Ammunition 367.455 Alloying, Metallurgy 680.020 Ammunition and/or Explosives, NEC 621.227 Alloys, Aluminum Base 683.175 Ammunition, Aircraft Cannon 621.327 Alloys, Copper Base 683.170 Ammunition, Aircraft Gun 621.407 Alloys, Lead Base 683.175 Ammunition, Aircraft Machine Gun 621.417 Alloys, Magnesium Base 681.440 Ammunition, Artillery 621.457 Alloys, Nickel Base 681.160 Ammunition, Infantry Antitank Weapon 621.130 Alloys, Steel 681.230 Ammunition, Mortar 621.507 Alloys, Tin Base 737.232 Ammunition-Naval Forces-Organization 621.547 Alloys, Zinc Base 682.185 Ammunition, Naval Gun 615.570 Allyl Isocyanate 681.295 Ammunition, Recoilless Rifle PAGE 6 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001 ?`RCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 681.075 Ammunition, Small Arm 423.120 Animal Feeding-Agricultural Practice 683.310 Ammunition Fuses, Air Weapon 606.500 Animal Hides 681.685 Ammunition Fuses, Ground Weapon 349.400 Animal Husbandry 682.610 Ammunition Fuses, Naval Weapon 343.322 Animal Parasites-Biology 721.300 Amnesty, Anti-Insurgent 347.300 Animal Physiology 759.600 Amnesty, Military 606.000 Animal Products, Processed 157.350 Amnesty, Non-Military 606.500 Animal Skins 355.610 Amoebiasis Dysentery-Human Diseases 343.220 Animals-Genetics/Evolution 623.920 Amosite-Asbestos Minerals 347.000 Animals-Zoology 651.150 Amperage Measuring Equipment 333.351 Animals, Edible-Physical Geography 657.220 Amphibious Aircraft 603.210 Animals, Fur Bearing 737.500 Amphibious Forces-Naval Organization 603.000 Animals, Live 744.310 Amphibious Forces-Naval Tactics 333.352 Animals, Predatory-Physical Geography 654.160 Amphibious Vehicles 615.310 Anisole 656.500 Amphibious Warfare Vessels 355.650 Ankylostomiasis-Human Diseases 770.200 Amphibious Warfare Training 633.105 Annealing-Furnaces 678.150 Amplifiers and Components, Electronic 367.440 Annealing-Metallurgy 677.500 Amplifying Equipment, Electronic 319.465 Anode Rays-Electric Discharges 619.180 Amyl Phthalates-Plasticizers Anodized products, see Subject Modifier 114, 628.230 Amylenes- Gasoline Additives 619.100 and 621.000 615.300 Amylnitrate 631.480 Anodizing Equipment 619.230 Analgesics-Drugs 619.230 Anodynes-Drugs 315.350 Analysis, Mathematical 589.002 Antenna Farms 321.240 Analytical Chemistry 678.730 Antennas, Radar 315.250 Analytical Geometry 678.710 Antennas, Radio 357.240 Anaplasmosis-Animal Diseases 678.720 Antennas, Television 103.100 Anarchism-Political Thought 589.001 Antennas, Unidentified 355.310 Anatomy-Medicine 207.200 Anthems-Customs 347.400 Anatomy-Zoology 615.850 Anthocyans-Dyes 656.755 Anchors-Ship Components 628.110 Anthracite Coal 623.925 Andalusite-Aluminum Silicate Minerals 615.850 Anthraquinoid-Dyes 355.665 Anemias-Human Diseases 357.205 Anthrax-Animal Diseases 646.100 Anemoscope-Meteorological Instruments 355.620 Anthrax-Human Diseases 355.315 Anesthesiology-Medicine 204.200 Anthropological Characteristics 619.230 Anesthetics-Drugs 773.450 Anti-Airborne Ground Force Training 633.300 Angledozers-Construction Machinery 744.215 Anti-Airborne Ground Tactics 621.405 Anglesite-Lead Ore 681.330 Antiaircraft Artillery 615.380 Anhydrides 736.600 Antiaircraft Artillery Forces Org. 623.930 Anhydrite-Gypsum Rock 744.232 Antiaircraft Artillery Forces Tactics 619.905 Anhydrous Aluminum Chloride-Catalysts 773.620 Antiaircraft Artillery Training 617.020 Anhydrous Soda 788.400 Antiaircraft Defense Installations 615.850 Aniline Dyes 682.120 Antiaircraft Guns, Naval 615.550 Anilines 744.231 Antiaircraft Small Arms Tactics 628.530 Anilines-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 773.610 Antiaircraft Small Arms Training 423.000 Animal Care and Breeding 744.230 Antiaircraft Tactics 357.200 Animal Diseases 773.600 Antiaircraft Training 425.210 Animal Diseases-Control Measures 685.110 Antianimal Biological Warfare Agents 425.200 Animal Diseases- Incidence 773.350 Antiarmor Training 357.300 Animal Diseases-Therapeutics 619.250 Antibiotics 355.920 Animal Experiments-Medicine 619.205 Anticoagulants-Drugs 355.243 Animal Experiments-Space Medicine 136.000 Anticommunism-Attitudes, Activities 606.600 Animal Fats and Oils 685.150 Anticrop Biological Warfare Agents MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991R000300150001-4 PAGE 7 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 682.233 Antifiring Equipment, Torpedo 210.600 Arabic Language/Culture 631.240 Antifriction Bearings 409.400 Arbitration-Commerce 319.107 Antigravitation 177.110 Arbitration- Foreign Relations 744.216 Antihelicopter Tactics 459.300 Arbitration-Labor Disputes 682.232 AntihomingEquipment, Torpedo 631.455 Arbors-Machine Tool Accessories 685.110 Antihuman Biological Warfare Agents 239.100 Architecture-Civic Arts 721.000 Antiinsurgent Measures 569.400 Arctic Aviation-Civil Aviation 628.230 Antiknock Agents-Gasoline Additives 791.340 Arctic Flight Airfields, Military 619.235 Antimalarials-Drugs 784.100 Arctic Maintenance, Military 685.130 Antimateriel BW Agents 355.320 Arctic Medicine 688.130 Antimissile Guided Missiles 744.090 Arctic Tactics and Operations 619.280 Antimitotic Cellular Poisons-Drugs 654.170 Arctic Vehicles 615.750 Antimonials-Organic Chemicals 691.120 Arctic Warfare Clothing 621.235 Antimony 770.150 Arctic Warfare Training 619.920 Antioxidants-Rubber Chemicals 333.200 Area Description, General-Geography 681.595 Antipersonnel Mines 621.485 Argentite-Silver Ore 163.230 Antipropaganda Activities and Measures 617.740 Argon 619.235 Antipyretics-Drugs 621.375 Argyrodite-Germaniun Ore 619.240 Antiseptics-Drugs 315.150 Arithmetical Theory of Continued Fractions 619.230 Antispasmotics-Drugs 315.150 Arithmetical Theory of Numbers 682.450 Antisubmarine Countermeasure Equipment 115.595 Armament Industry-Ministry/Agency 656.210 Antisubmarine Ships 735.250 Armament Organization, Military 744.555 Antisubmarine Warfare, Air Tactics 770.500 Armament Training, Military 737.221 Antisubmarine Warfare Forces-Organization 636.500 Armatures 744.330 Antisubmarine Warfare Tactics, Naval 700.000 Armed Forces 774.500 Antisubmarine Warfare Training, Naval 136.230 Armed Forces-Anticommunist Activities 682.400 Antisubmarine Weapons 748.400 Armed Forces-Composition 682.340 Antisweep Devices, Naval Mine 135.241 Armed Forces-CP Military Affairs Org. 681.315 Antitank Artillery 135.545 Armed Forces-CP Penetration of 736.500 Antitank Artillery Forces Organization 135.425 Armed Forces-CP Policy Toward 744.240 Antitank Artillery Forces Tactics 702.400 Armed Forces-Demobilization 681.170 Antitank Grenades 702.300 Armed Forces-Mobilization and Maintenance 681.590 Antitank Mines 730.000 Armed Forces-Organization 681.165 Antitank Rockets 157.413 Armed Forces-Political Indoctrination 681.130 Antitank Weapon Components, Infantry 701.400 Armed Forces-Political Position of 681.110 Antitank Weapons, Infantry 133.235 Armed Forces-Political Pty. Policy Toward 624.150 Anvils-Hardware and Hand Tools 701.450 Armed Forces-Relations With Communism 403.155 Apartment Construction 701.440 Armed Forces-Refs. W/Foreign Armed Forces 623.945 Apatite-Phosphate Minerals 701.430 Armed Forces-Relations With Org. Groups 619.225 Aphrodisiacs-Drugs 701.430 Armed Forces-Relations With Public 357.220 Aphtous Fever-Animal Diseases 701.410 Armed Forces-Relations With Regime 423.200 Apiculture 701.420 Armed Forces-Relations Within and Between 623.925 Aplite-Aluminum Silicate Minerals 721.100 Armed Forces Used to Quell Riots/Coups 207.500 Apparel-Customs Armed Forces, see also entries under military 606.511 Apparel, Leather and specific subjects of armed forces interest 608.250 Apparel, Rubber 210.530 Armenian Language/Culture 610.300 Apparel, Textile 726.000 Armistice-Hostilities 355.690 Appendicitis-Human Diseases 657.350 Armor, Aircraft 694.800 Appliances, Electrical 654.230 Armored Cars 475.400 Appropriations, Government 736.300 Armored Forces-Organization 623.500 Aquamarine-Gem and Ornamental Stones 744.200 Armored Forces_Tactics and Procedure 533.400 Aqueducts- Inland Water Transportation 773.300 Armored Forces-Training PAGE 8 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001 -*ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 654.200 Armored Vehicles 744.220 Artillery-Tactics and Procedures 135.245 Arms Caches-CP Paramil. Org. 773.500 Artillery-Training 143.150 Arms Caches-Political Stability 694.750 Artists Materials Army, Subject Modifier 140. For various 239.000 Arts applications, see list of subject modifiers 236.263 Arts-Education arranged in alphabetical order. 183.525 Arts-International Organizations 789.000 Army Installations, Except Defense 115.519 Arts-Ministry/Agency 355.210 Army Medicine 239.100 Arts, Civic 115.531 Army Ministry/Agency 623.920 Asbestos 736.000 Army Organization 610.290 Asbestos Fabrics 355.211 Army Service, Physiological Aspects of 625.240 Asbestos Products 355.212 Army Service, Psychological Aspects of 691.135 Asbestos Suits 744.170 Army Tactics and Operating Procedures 610.190 Asbestos Thread and Yarn 773.000 Army Training 357.225 Asiatic Fowl Plague-Animal Diseases 681.000 Army Weapons 357.230 Aspergillosis-Animal Diseases 615.370 Aromatic Acids 628.265 Asphalt 615.130 Aromatic Alcohols 625.170 Asphalt Products 615.220 Aromatic Aldehydes and Ketones 136.510 Assassinations-Anticommunism 615.550 Aromatic Amines 143.131 Assassinations-Political Stability 615.040 Aromatic Hydrocarbons 113.210 Assembly, Freedom of 321.409 Aromatization-Chemical Reaction 603.140 Asses-Livestock 791.230 Arresting Gear-Military Airfields 495.200 Assets, Blocked-Foreign Investments 656.749 Arresting Gear-Ship Components 495.100 Assets-Foreign, Concealed or Cloaked 658.900 Arresting Gear Equip., Airfield 751.000 Assignment, Military Personnel 157.840 Arrests-Foreigners 345.215 Assimilation-Plant Physiology 158.310 Arrests-Gov. Repressive Measures 135.246 Assistance to Com. Party Paramil. Grps. 759.400 Arrests-Military 720.500 Assistance to Insurgents, Foreign 619.321 Arsenates-Insecticides Assistance, CP Front Org., see Specific Fronts 621.900 Arsenic following 135.700 615.720 Arsenic Acid 721.200 Assistance, Foreign-Anti-Insurrection 615.720 Arsenic Compounds-Organic Chemicals 723.300 Assistance, Foreign-Hostilities 623.955 Arsenic Minerals 493.200 Assistance, Foreign Loans 623.955 Arsenides-Arsenic Minerals 717.000 Assistance, Foreign Military 623.955 Arsenite-Arsenic Minerals 493.120 Assistance, Foreign Technical 686.155 Arsine-War Gases 179.320 Assistance, Foreign Technical-Hegemony 143.132 Arson-Political Stability 139.800 Associations of Pol. Significance, Non-Pty. 157.530 Art-Censorship 646.300 Astatic Pendulum-Seismological Equip. 355.705 Arthritis-Human Diseases 317.560 Asteroids, see also Area Code 0260 623.450 Artificial Abrasives, Non-Metallic 355.660 Asthma-Human Diseases 645.400 Artificial Eyes 606.530 Astrakhan Skins 385.700 Artificial Satellites- Launchings 619.240 Astringents-Drugs 385.500 Artificial Satellites-Tracking 343.500 Astrobiology 662.100 Artificial Satellites and Components 662.000 Astronautic Veh.-Circumterrestrial Sta. 681.440 Artillery-Ammunition 385.800 Astronautic Vehicles-Countermeasures 685.210 Artillery-Biological Warfare 677.300 Astronautic Vehicles-Tracking Equipment 686.410 Artillery-Chemical Warfare 664.000 Astronautic Vehicle Countermeasure Equip. 681.690 Artillery-Fuses 385.000 Astronautics 681.305 Artillery-Guns 385.111 Astronautics Recovery Areas 681.375 Artillery-Guns-Components 385.111 Astronautics Sites 684.210 Artillery-Nuclear Warfare 115.523 Astronautics-Ministry/Agency 736.500 Artillery-Organization 385.100 Astronautics-Organizations and Facilities 657.210 Artillery-Spotting Aircraft 317.300 Astronomic Time MARCH 1967 PAGE 9 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 317.000 Astronomy 657.760 Automatic Flight Control Equip., Aircraft 317.100 Astronomy-Organizations and Facilities 631.560 Automatic Production Control Equipment 647.000 Astrophysical Instruments 681.035 Automatic Rifles 317.000 Astrophysics 369.720 Automation-Engineering Aspects 317.100 Astrophysics Organizations and Facilities 631.560 Automation-Equipment 737.221 ASW Forces-Organization 437.000 Automation-Industrial Practice 177.200 Asylum, Political Automation-see Subject Modifier 028, Chapters 207.710 Athletics V and VI 333.735 Atlases-Cartography 115.609 Automation-Ministry/Agency 327.240 Atmosphere-Composition of 654.000 Automobiles 327.200 Atmosphere-Elements and Structure 369.400 Automobiles-Engineering 327.250 Atmosphere-General Circulation 369.410 Automobiles-Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 327.245 Atmosphere-Mechanics and Thermodynamics 157.760 Automobiles-Licenses 327.255 Atmospheric Disturbances-Meteorology 640.200 Automobiles-Lights 327.300 Atmospheric Phenomena-Meteorology 633.900 Automobiles-Maintenance and Repair Equip. 327.235 Atmospheric Pressure-Meteorology 115.593 Automotive Industry-Ministry/Agency 327.360 Atmospheric Radioactivity-Meteorology 657.760 Autopilots, Aircraft 327.422 Atmospheric Sampling 737.230 Auxiliary Naval Forces-Organization Atomic, see-also Nuclear 135.507 Auxiliary Orgs., CP-CP Relations With 684.111 Atomic Bombs 135.700 Auxiliary Orgs., National and Internat.-CP 791.320 Atomic Energy Airfields 133.910 Auxiliary Orgs., Political Party 115.617 Atomic Energy Ministry/Agency 656.600 Auxiliary Vessels 183.205 Atomic Energy Organizations, International 236.290 Availability of Teaching Personnel 633.180 Atomic Energy Plant Equipment 628.224 Aviation Gasoline Atomic Energy-Activities Related to, Subject 628.312 Aviation Gasoline, Synthetic Modifier 075 560.000 Aviation, Civil 381.200 Atomic Energy-Peaceful Uses 115.645 Aviation, Civil-Ministry/Agency 319.625 Atomic Models-Physics 569.400 Aviation, Polar-Civil Aviation 321.250 Atomic Numbers-Chemistry 311.200 Awards and Prizes-Science 319.605 Atomic Physics 624.150 Awls-Hardware and Hand Tools 319.610 Atomic Physics Organizations and Facilities 610.900 Awnings 633.190 Atomic Piles-Atomic Energy Plant Equip. 624.150 Axes-Hardware and Hand Tools 319.625 Atomic Structure-Physics 621.325 Azarite-Copper Ore 321.250 Atomic Weights-Chemistry 672.900 Azimuths-Navigation Equipment 617.845 Atoms, Tracer and Tagged 615.580 Azines 722.400 Attack on Foreign Aircraft 615.610 Azo Compounds 722.500 Attack on Foreign Ships 615.850 Azo Dyes 744.560 Attack on Land Objectives-Air Tactics 615.610 Azoxybenzene 744.550 Attack on Sea Objectives-Air Tactics 601.455 Babassu Nuts-Oil Seeds and Nuts 744.181 Attack Tactics 355.610 Bacillary Dysentery-Human Diseases 773.120 Attack Training 343.310 Bacteria-Biology 136.200 Attitudes, Anti-Communist 355.620 Bacterial Human Diseases 261.000 Attitudes, Individual 649.200 Bacteriological Laboratory Apparatus 258.000 Attitudes, Public 685.100 Bacteriological Warfare-Agents 631.160 Attrition Mills-Pulverizing Machinery 791.330 Bacteriological Warfare-Airfields 159.762 Audio Surveillance-Covert Intell. Ops. 155.120 Bacteriological Warfare-Civilian Defense 677.100 Audio Surveillance-Devices 685.000 Bacteriological Warfare-Equipment 157.851 Audio Surveillance-Foreigners 735.300 Bacteriological Warfare-Military Org. 157.361 Audio Surveillance-Gov. Repressive Measure 714.200 Bacteriological Warfare-Policy 135.231 Auditing Commission, CP 261.312 Bacteriological Warfare-Private Opinion 619.258 Aureomycin-Drugs 163.331 Bacteriological Warfare-Propaganda 327.340 Aurora-Atmospheric Phenomena 258.312 Bacteriological Warfare-Public Opinion PAGE 10 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R0003001500b+--FWH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 744.050 Bacteriological Warfare-Tactics, Military 744.160 Barrage Balloons-Military Defense 770.300 Bacteriological Warfare-Training, Mil. 623.710 Barytes-Barium Minerals 688.520 Bacteriological Warheads, Guided Missile 619.520 Barytes-Pigments 343.300 Bacteriology 623.100 Basalt 333.311 Bad Lands-Geography 789.120 Bases, Ground Forces 612.290 Bags, Paper 786.000 Bases, Military-Security 605.200 Baked Goods 621.107 Basic Iron 619.115 Bakelite-Plastics 765.000 Basic Military Training 633.115 Bakery Ovens-Special Industry Furnaces 619.312 Basic Slag-Fertilizers 617.020 Baking Soda 333.311 Basin, Inland-Geography 489.200 Balance of Payments 363.364 Basins, Test-Structural Engineering 484.115 Balance of Trade 735.200 Battalions, Labor-Military Organization 649.900 Balances, Laboratory Instruments 642.100 Batteries 651.450 Balancing Machines, Metallurgical 657.695 Batteries, Aircraft Equip. 608.100 Balato-Crude Rubber 639.000 Battery Chargers-Non-Rotary Equipment 631.245 Ball Bearings-Industrial Equipment 636.400 Battery Chargers- Rotating Equip. 631.455 Ball Cranks-Machine Tool Accessories 355.212 Battle Fatigue-Military Medicine 631.160 Ball Mills-Pulverizing Machinery 721.400 Battle Losses, Counter-Guerrilla Warfare 623.440 Ballas-Carbon Abrasives 723.500 Battle Losses, Foreign Operations 519.620 Ballast-Railway Transportation 720.410 Battle Losses, Insurgents 619.410 Ballistic Powders 673.200 Battlefield Surveillance-Acoustic Equip. 319.110 Ballistics 673.100 Battlefield Surveillance- Infrared Equip. 163.150 Balloons-Propaganda Media 670.000 Battlefield Surveillance- Radar Equip. 691.910 Balloons, Barrage 593.000 Battlefield Surveillance-Radar Systems 744.160 Balloons, Barrage-Military Defense 744.290 Battlefield Surveillance-Tactics 210.010 Baltic Languages/Cultures 723.200 Battles Against Foreign Countries 319.615 Band Structure-Molecular Structure 737.212 Battleship Forces-Organization 475.716 Banking Relations With Foreign Countries 656.120 Battleships 475.710 Banks 623.960 Bauxite 475.715 Banks-Branches in Foreign Countries 681.105 Bayonets 475.722 Banks-Holdings and Deposits 333.366 Bays, Coastal-Geography 475.723 Banks-Law 333.311 Bays, Inland-Geography 115.509 Banks-Ministry/Agency 681.120 Bazookas 475.720 Banks-Policies, Practices and Statistics 333.367 Beaches-Geography 475.721 Banks-Reserve System 333.620 Beaches, Landing-Military Geography 475.700 Banks-System 563.300 Beacon Lights-Civil Aviation 210.305 Bantu Language/Culture 625.213 Beakers-Laboratory Glassware 157.720 Baptism Certificates 688.350 Beam Riding Guided Missile Guidance Equip. 119.300 Bar, The 621.407 Bearing Metals-Lead Based Alloy 694.100 Barber Shop Furniture 621.160 Bearing Steels 459.300 Bargaining, Collective-Labor Disputes 631.240 Bearings, Antifriction 656.677 Barges 694.100 Beauty Shop Furniture. 536.000 Barges-Inland Water Transp. Aspect 694.100 Bedsprings 621.245 Barium Metal 606.110 Beef 623.710 Barium Minerals 606.610 Beef Tallow 617.400 Barium Oxide 605.440 Beer 619.321 Barium Silicofluoride-Insecticides 603.231 Bees 601.120 Barley 601.425 Beet Sugar Crop 345.513 Barley Diseases 624.900 Bells 633.320 Barn and Barnyard Machinery 631.180 Belt Conveyers-Industrial Equip. 789.120 Barracks, Military 608.220 Belting-Mechanical Rubber Goods 691.910 Barrage Balloons 631.385 Bending Machines-Machine Tools MARCH 196 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 11 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 355.720 Bends-Human Diseases 791.330 Biological Warfare-Airfields 633.145 Beneficiation Equipment, Ore 155.120 Biological Warfare-Civilian Defense 752.000 Benefits, Military 685.000 Biological Warfare-Equipment 457.310 Benefits, Production- Labor 735.300 Biological Warfare-Military Org. 457.320 Benefits, Special-Labor 714.200 Biological Warfare-Policy 210.505 Bengali Language/Culture 261.312 Biological Warfare-Private Opinion of 623.300 Bentonetic Clays 163.331 Biological Warfare-Propaganda Theme 615.220 Benzaldehyde 258.312 Biological Warfare-Public Opinion of 615.040 Benzene 744.050 Biological Warfare-Tactics, Military 619.321 Benzene Hexachloricle- Insecticides 770.300 Biological Warfare-Training, Military 615.180 Benzenes, Polyhydroxy 688.520 Biological Warheads, Guided Missile 615.590 Benzenilide 343.000 Biology 615.370 Benzoic Acid 343.100 Biology-Organizations and Facilities 615.380 Benzoic Anhydrides 331.400 Biology, Fresh Water 615.320 Benzoyl Peroxide 329.650 Biology, Marine 615.130 Benzyl Alcohol 315.931 Biometrics-Mathematics 615.310 BenzylEther 355.330 Biophysics-Medicine 615.480 Benzyl Fluoride 603.220 Birds 615.300 Benzylbenzoate 157.720 Birth Certificates 619.252 Benzylpenicillin Sodium-Drugs 255.541 Birth Control 210.305 Berber Language/Culture 207.910 Birth Customs 355.660 Beriberi-Human Diseases 255.543 Births-Encouragement of 271.090 Beriberi-Incidence 255.411 Births-Population Data 601.300 Berries 621.265 Bismuth 538.250 Berths, Inland Port 621.265 Bismuthinite- Bismuth Ore 551.250 Berths, Maritime Port 621.265 Bismutite-Bismuth Ore 621.255 Beryllium 624.150 Bits-Hardware and Hand Tools 633.101 Bessemer Furnaces and Accessories 628.110 Bituminous Coal 319.655 Beta Particles-Physics 633.300 Bituminous Mixers-Construction Machinery 649.610 Betatrons-Nuclear Physics Instruments 789.130 Bivouac Areas 605.400 Beverages 744.184 Bivouac Tactics 617.020 Bicarbonate of Soda 319.290 Black Body Radiation-Physics 617.230 Bichromates 135.657 Black Lists-CP Members 659.100 Bicycles 157.380 Black Lists-Gov. Repressive Measures 513.000 Bicycles-Highway Transp. System 409.600 Black Markets-Retail/Wholesale Trade 716.100 Bilateral Defense Agreements 619.410 Black Powder 485.210 Bilateral Trade Agreements 625.110 Blackboards-Building Stone 633.345 Billing Machines 633.130 Blast Cleaning Equipment-Foundry Equip. 485.314 Bills of Lading 628.420 Blast Furnace Gas-Manufactured Gases 614.030 Binary Compounds 633.099 Blast Furnaces and Accessories 319.635 Binding Energy-Physics Nuclear Structure 631.525 Blast Nozzles-Steam Equipment 644.200 Binoculars 688.590 Blast Warheads, Guided Missile 315.200 Binomial Theorem-Algebra 373.300 Blast-Weapons Effects 355.325 Biochemistry-Branch of Medicine 617.825 Bleaching Powder 347.270 Bioelectric Phenomena-Human Physiology 628.230 Blending Agents-Gasoline Additives 347.240 Biogenesis-Human Physiology 686.110 Blister Gases-War Gases Biography, Subject Modifier 001 can be 491.320 Blockades-Economic Warfare applied, if appropriate, to any subject 744.375 Blockades-Naval Tactics and Procedures within the ISC. 495.200 Blocked Assets-Foreign Investments Biological Warfare-Activities Related to, 489.110 Blocked Foreign Exchange Subject Modifier 074 139.000 Blocs of Political Significance, Non-Party 685.100 Biological Warfare-Agents 347.210 Blood--Circulation-Human Physiology PAGE 12 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001v'4RCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 355.665 Blood-Diseases 666.100 Booths, Telephone 619.275 Blood-Drugs 623.950 Boracite-Boron Minerals 619.275 Blood Substitutes-Drugs 615.770 Boranes-Organic Chemicals 649.200 Blood-Testing Instruments 623.950 Borax-Boron Minerals 631.220 Blowers-Industrial Equip. 157.631 Border Area Restrictions 649.900 Blowers-Laboratory Equip. 157.632 Border Checks 656.839 Blowers-Ship Propulsion Equip. 157.630 Border Controls 333.363 Bluffs, Coastal-Geography 135.255 Border Crossing Networks-CP Couriers 115.300 Boards, Government 744.270 Border Defense Tactics and Procedures 759.300 Boards, Military-Discipline 788.100 Border Fortifications 656.000 Boats 739.210 Border Guards Organization 654.320 Bodies, Motor Vehicle Border Guards, Subject Modifier 161. For 691.135 Body Armor, Military various applications, see list of subject 210.145 Bohemian Language/Culture modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 619.925 Boiler Compounds 722.100 Border Movements 631.050 Boilers 722.110 Border Violations 656.831 Boilers, Ship 617.170 Boric Acid 321.250 Boiling Temperatures-Chemistry 631.455 Boring Heads-Machine Tool Accessories 355.700 Boils-Human Diseases 631.315 Boring Machines-Machine Tools 317.630 Bolides-Astronomy 621.325 Bornite-Copper Ore 673.110 Bolometers, Infrared-Detection Equip. 621.270 Boron 624.150 Bolts-Hardware and Hand Tools 619.319 Boron Fertilizers 744.585 Bomb Damage Assessment 623.950 Boron Minerals 683.220 Bomb Fire Control Equipment 619.905 Boron Tri-Fluoride-Catalysts 683.320 Bomb Fuses-Aircraft 623.440 Bort-Carbon Abrasives 683.130 Bomb Racks and Releasing Devices, Aircraft 345.000 Botany 775.210 Bombardier Operational Training, Air Force 345.100 Botany-Organizations and Facilities 775.120 Bombardier Training, Air Force 560.410 Bottlenecks-Civil Aviation 748.111 Bombardiers, Mil.-Efficiency and Skills 502.410 Bottlenecks-Highway Transp. System 319.060 Bombardment as a Physics Technique 531.410 Bottlenecks-Inland Water Transp. System 744.365 Bombardment, Shore-Naval Tactics 545.410 Bottlenecks-Merchant Marine 657.130 Bomber Aircraft 517.410 Bottlenecks-Railway Transp. System 772.000 Bombing Ranges-Mil. Training 625.212 Bottles, Glass 143.132 Bombings-Political Stability 631.545 Bottling Machinery 683.190 Bombs, Aircraft 646.400 Bottom Sampler-Oceanographic Equip. 684.111 Bombs, Atomic 177.710 Boundaries-Disputes, Land 685.245 Bombs, Biological Warfare 177.720 Boundaries-Disputes, Water 686.453 Bombs, Chemical Warfare 333.410 Boundaries-International and National 684.115 Bombs, Hydrogen 319.140 Boundary Layer-Liquids 157.770 Bonds-Documentation 315.350 Boundary Value Problem 477.000 Bonds-Securities 357.280 Bovine Tuberculosis-Animal Diseases 355.705 Bone Diseases-Human Diseases 625.212 Bowls, Glass 619.314 Bone Meal-Fertilizers 655.220 Box Cars, Railroad 744.281 Booby Trap Tactics 612.230 Boxboards 681.605 Booby Traps 612.290 Boxes, Paper 788.305 Booby Traps-Defense Installations 609.900 Boxes, Wooden 633.060 Book Binding Machinery 491.310 Boycotts-Economic Warfare 633.345 Bookkeeping Machines 654.350 Braking Systems, Vehicle Components 239.500 Books-Arts and Letters Branch Roads, see Access Roads 694.850 Books-Commodity Aspect 621.327 Brass 163.110 Bookstores-Propaganda Outlets 367.435 Brazing-Metallurgy 656.753 Booms-Ship Components 605.200 Bread MARCH 1 proved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81S00991R000300150001-4 PAGE 13 -11 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 210.355 Burmese Language/Culture 649.100 Burners-Chemical Laboratory Apparatus 355.720 Burns-Human Injuries 603.140 Burros-Livestock 582.110 Bus Services-Urban Transportation 637.300 Busbar-Electric Power Equipment 403.000 Business Enterprises NEC 435.200 Business Management 173.100 Business Missions 401.000 Business Organization 135.949 Business Organizations, CP Controlled 654.120 Buses 631.250 Bushings 619.192 Butadiene-Synthetic Rubber Monomers 628.270 Butane-Petroleum Gases 628.270 Butane-Butene Mixtures-Petroleum Gases 628.270 Butane-Isobutane Mixtures-Petroleum Gases 628.270 Butenes-Petroleum Gases 606.220 Butter 615.850 Butter Yellow-Dyes 694.900 Buttons 615.490 Butyl Bromide 619.180 Butyl Phthaltes-Plasticizers 619.192 Butylene-Synthetic Rubber Monomers 619.130 Butyrate-Plastics 657.765 Cabin Conditioning Equipment, Aircraft 657.655 Cabin Pressure Instruments, Aircraft 115.400 Cabinet, Government 657.315 Cabins, Aircraft 624.275 Cable, Coaxial 624.270 Cable, Communications/Electronic 624.260 Cable, Electric Power 631.180 Cable Conveyers 637.300 Cable Junction-Electric Power Equipment 637.300 Cable Terminals-Electric Power Equipment 666.900 Cable Terminals-Telephone Equipment 582.200 Cableways 655.220 Cabooses, Railroad 605.505 Cacao Butter 601.465 Cacao Crop 615.720 Cacodyl 621.275 Cadmium 617.400 Cadmium Oxide 135.229 Cadre Commission, CP 621.545 Calamine-Zinc Ore 621.385 Caloverite-Gold Ore 623.490 Calcinated Clays-Abrasives 617.020 Calcinated Soda 321.412 Calcination-Chemical Reaction 633.115 Calcining Kilns-Special Industry Furnaces 623.720 Calcite-Calcium Minerals 617.420 Calcium Carbide 617.060 Calcium Carbonate, Precipitated 619.311 Calcium Cyanamide- Fertilizers 621.285 Calcium Metal 623.720 Calcium Minerals 617.570 Calcium Nitrate 617.050 Calcium Oxide 617.630 Calcium Phosphates 633.345 Calculating Machines 315.400 Calculation, Special Methods of 315.200 Calculation of Roots-Algebra 315.350 Calculus 651.500 Calibration Instruments 623.620 Coliche-Sodium Minerals 651.400 Calipers-Measuring Tools 319.405 Calories-Heat 649.900 Calorimeters- Laboratory Instruments 617.825 Calx Chlorinate 210.360 Cambodian Language/Culture 603.110 Camels-Livestock 610.130 Camels Hair 610.230 Camels Hair Fabrics 623.500 Cameo-Gem and Ornamental Stones 694.165 Cameras, Aerial Photography 694.160 Cameras, Still and Motion Picture 674.230 Camouflage-Devices, Electronic 691.700 Camouflage-Equipment 744.154 Camouflage-Industrial, Mil. Tactics 744.150 Camouflage-Military Defense Tactics 744.152 Camouflage-Mil. Installations, Mil. Tactics 773.650 Camouflage-Training 131.600 Campaign Expenditures-National Elections 615.800 Camphor 619.180 Camphor-Plasticizers 789.120 Camps, Ground Forces 723.610 Camps, Prisoner of War 319.465 Canal Rays-Electric Discharges 331.300 Canals-Hydrology/Hydrography 533.100 Canals-Inland Waterway Network 547.100 Canals, International 355.655 Cancer-Human Diseases 271.093 Cancer-Human Diseases-Incidence 619.280 Cancer Drugs 601.423 Cane Sugar Crop 606.400 Canned Animal Products 605.300 Canned Plant Products 343.410 Canning-Food Technology 631.545 Canning Machinery, except Food 633.010 Canning Machinery, Food 683.175 Cannon Ammunition, Aircraft 683.112 Cannons, Aircraft 582.400 Canoe Transportation System 624.450 Cans, Metal MARCH Ap s1-oved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 333.314 Canyons-Geography 551.300 Cargo Handling-Maritime Ports 233.305 Caodaism 791.235 Cargo Handling-Military Airfields 701.500 Capabilities, Armed Forces 524.100 Cargo Handling-Railway Transp. System 135.293 Capabilities, CP 658.900 Cargo Handling Equip., Airfield Capabilities, CP Front Org., see Specific Fronts 656.620 Cargo-Passenger Ships following 135.700 656.605 Cargo Ships 471.100 Capabilities, Economic 654.130 Cargo Trucks 491.500 Capabilities, Economic Warfare 621.341 Carnotite 133.300 Capabilities, Political Party 666.200 Carrier Equipment, Telephone 164.200 Capabilities, Psychological Warfare 737.21 1 Carrier Forces-Organization 307.000 Capabilities, Scientific 744.380 Carrier Forces-Strike Tactics 651.150 Capacitance Standards-Elec. Instrument 656.110 Carriers, Aircraft 638.000 Capacitors, Electrical Distribution Equip. 654.111 Cars, Passenger 678.350 Capacitors, Electronic 655.200 Cars, Railway Capacity, Commodity, see Subject Modifier 481.340 Cartels-Government Control 052, Chapter VI 121.240 Cartels-Law 504.200 Capacity of Routes-Highway Transp. 401.400 Cartels-Organization 533.200 Capacity of Routes-Inland Waterways 333.720 Cartography 519.200 Capacity of Routes-Railway Transp. 333.724 Cartography-Handbooks and Manuals 333.361 Capes-Geography 333.701 Cartography-Organizations and Facilities 489.310 Capital, Flights of 631.545 Cartoning Machinery 489.300 Capital, International Movements of 163.170 Cartoons-Propaganda Media 631.545 Capping Machinery 649.610 Cascade Generators- Nuclear Physics Equip. 656.753 Capstans-Ship Components 633.105 Case Hardening Furnaces 619.322 Captan-Fungicides 619.170 Casein-Plastics 617.420 Carbide 789.120 Casernes 617.410 Carbides 633.350 Cash Registers 681.030 Carbines 159.769 Casing-Covert Intell. Operations 615.250 Carbohydrates 621.505 Cassiterite-Tin Ore 617.830 Carbon 619.311 Caster Pomace- Fertilizers 625.250 Carbon-Basic Products 367.405 Casting-Metallurgy 321.220 Carbon-Chemistry 633.130 Casting Machinery-Foundry Equipment 623.440 Carbon Abrasives Castings, see Subject Modifier 112, 619.100, 617.840 Carbon Black and 621.000 619.520 Carbon Black-Pigments 605.575 Castor Oil 617.730 Carbon Dioxide Dry Ice 601.439 Castor Oil Seeds and Nuts 617.735 Carbon Monoxide 345.210 Catabolism-Plant Physiology 623.440 Carbonado-Carbon Abrasives 210.100 Catalan Language/Culture 617.030 Carbonate of Potash 619.905 Catalysts, Chemical Manufacturing 617.280 Carbonates 619.905 Catalysts, Oil Refining 615.350 Carboxylic Organic Acids 791.275 Catapults-Military Airfields 619.130 Carboxymethyl Cellulose Plastics 656.747 Catapults-Ship Components 654.422 Carburetors, VehicleEngine 355.675 Cataracts-Human Diseases 678.050 Carcinotrons-Commo. Components 615.180 Catechol 676.100 Card Punching and Sorting Devices 619.215 Cathartics-Drugs 612.230 Cardboards 678.050 Cathode Ray Tubes 633.030 Carding Machinery, Textile 319.465 Cathode Rays-Electric Discharges 355.335 Cardiovascular Medicine 233.025 Catholic Faith 654.240 Cargo Carriers, Armored 603.110 Cattle-Livestock 567.110 Cargo Handling-Civil Aviation 357.265 Cattle Plague-Animal Diseases 509.100 Cargo Handling-Highway Transp. System 319.045 Causality and Probability-Physics Principle 538.300 Cargo Handling-Inland Ports 617.030 Caustic Potash PAGE 16 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015A0,Qt+4 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 617.020 Caustic Soda 321.415 Causticization-Chemical Reaction 619.240 Caustics-Drugs .736.200 Cavalry Organization 744.190 Cavalry Tactics 773.200 Cavalry Training 333.368 Caves, Coastal-Geography 333.318 Caves, Inland-Geography 319.140 Cavitation-Liquids 678.600 Cavity Resonators, Electronic Components 726.000 Cease Fire-Hostilities 646.100 Ceilometer-Meteorological Instruments 207.100 Celebrations, National 688.350 Celestial Guided Missile Guidance Equip. 317.200 Celestial Mechanics 317.310 Celestial Navigation 672.900 Celestial Navigation Equipment 623.730 Celestite-Strontium Minerals 135.269 Cell Organization, CP 347.250 Cell Physiology, Human 345.230 Cell Physiology, Plant 619.130 Cellophane-Plastics 642.130 Cells, Solar 619.130 Celluloid-Plastics 619.130 Cellulose Acetate-Plastics 619.130 Cellulosics-Plastics 210.050 Celtic Languages/Cultures 625.140 Cement and Concrete 633.460 Cement Making Machinery 625.240 Cement Products, Asbestos 625.272 Cement Refractories 207.920 Cemeteries 157.500 Censorship 255.100 Census 419.300 Census, Agricultural 631.360 Centering Machines-Machine Tools 631.455 Centers-Machine Tool Accessories 210.640 Central American Indian Languages/Cultures 475.711 Central Bank 135.223 Central Committee or Equivalent, CP 123.100 Central-Local Gov. Relationships 475.600 Central-Local Gov. Relationships, Financial 113.300 Centralization vs. Decentralization of Gov. 633.130 Centrifugal Casting Machinery 649.100 Centrifugal Chemical Laboratory Apparatus 633.185 Centrifugal Isotope Separation Equip. 631.115 Centrifugal Pumps 631.540 Centrifugals-Machinery 631.540 Centrifuge-Machinery 321.344 Centrifuging-Chemical Engineering 633.410 Ceramic Manufacturing Machinery 633.115 Ceramic Ovens-Special Industry Furnaces 625.220 Ceramics and Cermets, Except Refractories 621.485 Cerargyrite-Silver Ore 345.510 Cereal Diseases 601.100 Cereals 605.100 Cereals, Breakfast 355.675 Cerebral Paralysis-Human Diseases 207.300 Ceremonies and Decorations, Official 701.300 Ceremonies, Military 621.475 Cerium-Rare Earth Metals 625.220 Cermets and Ceramics, Except Refractories 621.405 Cerussite-Lead Ore 621.212 Cesium-Alkali Metals 623.650 Cesium-Minerals 355.650 Cestode Infestation-Human Diseases 628.250 Cetane-Reference Fuels 210.400 Ceylonese Language/Culture 674.230 Chaff-Electronic Countermeasures Equip. 631.180 Chain Conveyers 624.900 Chains 621.325 Chalcocite-Copper Ore 621.325 Chalcopyrite-Copper Ore 623.490 Chalk-Abrasives 623.720 Chalk-Calcium Minerals 621.105 Chalybite-Iron Ore 401.800 Chamber of Commerce 649.622 Chambers-Nuclear Physics Equipment 621.105 Chamosite-Iron Ore 617.840 Channel Black 533.600 Channel Markers-Inland Water Transp. 547.210 Channel Markers-Merchant Marine 333.364 Channels-Geography 676.600 Character Reading Equip. 748.000 Characteristics, Military Personnel 204.000 Characteristics, National 357.205 Charbon-Animal Diseases 319.445 Charges, Electrical 565.500 Chartering of Foreign Aircraft 549.500 Chartering of Foreign Shipping 569.100 Chartering Services-Civil Aviation 333.733 Charts, Oceanographic 327.440 Charts, Weather 631.445 Chasers-Machine Tool Accessories 654.310 Chassis, Motor Vehicle Components 633.350 Check Handling Machines 606.230 Cheese 367.310 Chemical Analysis-Metallurgy 161.220 Chemical Devices, Sabotage 321.000 Chemical Engineering 321.100 Chemical Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 115.603 Chemical Industry Ministry/Agency 649.100 Chemical Laboratory Apparatus 319.280 Chemical Light-Radiation Effects PAGE 17 MARCH 15Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 619.905 Chemical Manufacturing Catalysts 321.210 Chemical Mechanics 325.513 Chemical Methods-Geological Exploration 644.400 Chemical Microscopes 619.000 Chemical Products NEC 329.300 Chemical Properties of Sea Water 331.310 Chemical Properties of Surface Water 321.400 Chemical Reactions-Chemical Engineering 321.210 Chemical Statics and Dynamics Chemical Warfare-Activities Related to, Subject Modifier 073 791.330 Chemical Warfare-Airfields, Mil. 155.110 Chemical Warfare-Civilian Defense 686.000 Chemical Warfare-Equipment 735.300 Chemical Warfare-Military Org. 714.300 Chemical Warfare-Policy 261.313 Chemical Warfare-Private Opinion of 163.331 Chemical Warfare-Propaganda Theme 258.313 Chemical Warfare-Public Opinion of 744.040 Chemical Warfare-Tactics, Military 770.250 Chemical Warfare-Training, Military 688.520 Chemical Warfare-Warheads, Guided Missile 612.110 Chemical Wood Pulp 619.300 Chemicals, Agricultural 617.000 Chemicals, Inorganic 615.000 Chemicals, Organic 343.430 Chemicals, Use in Food Technology 614.000 Chemicals and Industrial Chemical Products 321.000 Chemistry 345.240 Chemistry, Plant 355.483 Chest Surgery 601.471 Chicory Crop 115.100 Chief of State 731.000 Chiefs of Staff 730.200 Chiefs of Staff, Joint 455.172 Children-Special Labor Groups 271.290 Children's Hygiene 625.224 China-Pottery 210.365 Chinese Language/Culture 631.165 Chippers-Shredding Machinery 619.256 Chloramphenicol-Drugs 619.410 Chlorate Power-High Explosives 617.220 Chlorates 619.321 Chlordane-Insecticides 617.220 Chlorides 615.470 Chlorinated Compounds-Organic Chemicals 617.825 Chlorinated Lime 617.460 Chlorine 686.140 Chlorine-War Gases 628.540 Chlorine Trifluoride-Rocket Oxidizers 686.125 Chloroacetophenone-War Gases 615.470 Chlorobenzene 619.256 Chloromycetin-Drugs 686.140 Chloropicrin-War Gases 619.192 Chloropreme-Synthetic Rubber Monomers 617.100 Chlorosulfuric Acid 619.258 Chlortetrocycline-Drugs 271.080 Cholera-Disease Incidence 355.610 Cholera-Human Diseases 357.245 Cholera, Hog-Animal Diseases 233.020 Christian Faiths 640.200 Christmas Tree Lamps 617.230 Chromates 625.272 Chrome Brick-Refractory Products 619.520 Chrome Green-Pigments 619.520 Chrome Yellow-Pigments 617.130 Chromic Acid 621.295 Chromite-Chromium Ore 621.295 Chromium 617:350 Chromium Oxide 623.500 Chrysoberyl-Gem and Ornamental Stones 621.325 Chrysocolla-Copper Ore 623.920 Chrysolite-Asbestos Minerals 631.455 Chucks-Machine Tool Accessories 233.020 Church, Christian 233.300 Church, Non-Christian 159.334 Churches-Intelligence Source 612.290 Cigarette Paper 605.410 Cigarettes 239.400 Cinema-Arts 157.540 Cinema-Censorship 183.525 Cinema- International Organizations 163.130 Cinema-Propaganda 135.577 Cinema-Propaganda, CP 621.435 Cinnabar-Mercury Ore 157.660 Ciphers and Codes, Security 657.695 Circuit Breakers-Aircraft Power Equip. 637.400 Circuit Breakers-Electric Power Equip. 319.455 Circuits, Electric 319.500 Circuits, Magnetic 678.450 Circuits, Printed-Elec. Comma. Components 327.250 Circulation-Atmosphere, Meteorology 355.680 Circulation-Human Diseases 271.092 Circulation-Human Diseases-Incidence 347.210 Circulation-Human Physiology 345.205 Circulation-Plant Physiology 662.000 Circumterrestrial Stations 355:690 Cirrhosis of the Liver-Human Diseases 333.420 Cities-Geography 113.260 Citizenship Rights 239.100 City Planning-Civic Arts 333.732 City Plans-Cartography 135.271 City Sectional Organization, CP 481.150 Civic Action-Gov. Econ. Planning PAGE 18 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150QO 4-i 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 744.166 Civic Action-Military Tactics 271.217 Clinical Laboratories 239.100 Civic Arts 649.200 Clinical Laboratory Instruments 567.100 Civil Airfields 245.300 Clinical Psychology 560.000 Civil Aviation 271.210 Clinics, Medical 560.500 Civil Aviation Adaptability to Mil. Use 651.050 Clinometers 115.645 Civil Aviation Ministry/Agency 133.811 Cliques, Pro-Communist-Political Parties 155.000 Civil Defense 495.100 Cloaked Assets-Foreign Investments 115.673 Civil Defense Ministry/Agency 624.400 Clocks 143.130 Civil Demonstrations and Riots 207.500 Clothing-Customs 135.585 Civil Disturbances Inspired by the CP 606.511 Clothing, Leather 363.000 Civil Engineering 691.100 Clothing, Military 363.050 Civil Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 608.250 Clothing, Rubber 113.200 Civil Rights and Practices 610.300 Clothing, Textile 115.700 Civil Service System 649.622 Cloud Chambers-Nuclear Physics Equip. 135.541 Civil Service, CP Penetration of 327.540 Cloud Seeding-Weather Control 720.400 Civil War 327.220 Clouds, Fog, Mist-Meteorology 744.070 Civilian Exploitation-Military Tactics 355.705 Clubfoot-Human Diseases 157.710 Civilian Indentification System 570.200 Clubs, Civil Aviation 758.000 Civilian Personnel-Military Services 739.500 Clubs, Military 157.600 Civilian Security Systems and Measures Clubs, Military, see Subject Modifier 169, 471.510 Claims, Domestic Chapter VII 495.300 Claims, Foreign 139.800 Clubs of Pol. Significance, Non-Party 177.710 Claims, Land Boundary-Foreign Relations 688.590 Cluster Warheads, Guided Missile 177.720 Claims, Water Boundary-Foreign Relations 654.423 Clutches-Motor Vehicles 135.251 Clandestine Activities and Org., CP 631.230 Clutches-Transmission Equipment 589.155 Clandestine Radio Broadcasting System 655.210 Coaches, Railroad 571.400 Clandestine Traffic, Civil Air 628.110 Coal 539.300 Clandestine Traffic, Inland Water 628.131 Coal-Coke 553.500 Clandestine Traffic, Maritime 628.420 Coal Gas-Manufactured Gases 319.415 Clapeyrons Equation-Thermodynamics 115.633 Coal Industry Ministry/Agency 201.300 Classes, Economic-Social Org. 633.260 Coal Mining Machinery 255.320 Classes, Ethnic-Population Structure 654.140 Coal Trucks 321.342 Classification-Chemical Engineering 135.515 Coalition Support Tactics, CP 157.620 Classification Systems, Security 681.360 Coast Artillery 623.300 Clay and Earths 737.300 Coast Defense, Naval-Organization 625.120 Clay Products, Structural 744.440 Coast Defense, Naval-Tactics 625.271 Clay Refractories 788.200 Coast Defense Installations 619.955 Cleaning Fluids Coast Guard, Subject Modifier 157. For 633.030 Cleaning Machinery, Textile various applications, see list of subject 538.200 Clearance Facilities-Inland Ports modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 551.210 Clearance Facilities-Maritime Ports 333.360 Coastal Analysis-Geography 157.670 Clearances, Security Coastal Guards, Subject Modifier 161. For 681.620 Clearing Equipment, Land Mine various applications, see list of subject 333.363 Cliffs, Coastal-Geography modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 333.311 Cliffs, Inland-Geography 739.210 Coastal Guards Organization 327.500 Climate 333.620 Coasts-Military Geography 419.700 Climate-Effect on Agriculture 612.290 Coated Paper 327.520 Climate-Influence on Living Conditions Coated Products, see Subject Modifier 114, 327.530 Climate-Influence on Military Operations 619.100 and 621.000 327.540 Climate-Man's Influence on 619.991 Coatings, Specialized, NEC 791.070 Climate-Military Airfields 624.275 Coaxial Cable and Wave Guides 791.040 Climate-Military Seaplane Bases 621.305 Cobalt MARCH 1967Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 19 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 621.176 Cobalt-Base Super Alloy Steels 744.540 Combat, Air-to-Air-Tactics 619.905 Cobalt Compounds-Catalysts Combat Effectiveness, see Subject Modifier 619.319 Cobalt Fertilizers 182, Chapter VII 775 250 Air Force Combat Fighter Training 621.305 Cobaltite-Cobalt Ore . , 656.100 Combatant Ships, Major 355.650 Coccidioidomycosis-Human Diseases 656.200 Combatant Ships, Minor 615.850 Cochineal-Dyes 315.910 Combinatorial Analysis-Mathematics 657 780 Cockpit Radiation Shielding Equip. . 744.120 Combined Arms Tactics 657 315 Aircraft Component Cockpits . , 744.135 Combined Forces Tactics 605.420 Cocoa 730.400 Combined Military Commands 601.465 Cocoa Crop 401.400 Combines, Industrial 605.510 Coconut Oil 633.030 Combing Machinery, Textile 619.170 Cocumarone-Indene-Plastics 321.418 Combustion-Chemical Reaction 157.660 Codes and Ciphers, Security 651.900 Combustion Controls 347.600 Coelenterata-Zoology 317.620 Comets 319.490 Coercive Force-Magnetism 135.110 Cominform, CP Internat. Org. 177.130 Coexistence-Foreign Relations 135.120 Comintern, CP Internat. Org. 605.420 Coffee 688.350 Command Guided Missile Guidance Equip. 601.463 Coffee Crop 789.111 Command Posts 694.800 Coffee Makers 656.640 Command Ships 636.500 Coils-Electrical Rotating Equip. 731.000 Commanders, Military 633.350 Coin and Currency Machines 736.700 Commando Organization 628.130 Coke 744.250 Commando Tactics 628.420 Coke-Oven Gas-Manufactured Gases 401.800 Commerce-Chamber of 628.110 Coking Coal 135.409 Commerce-CP Policy Toward 601.469 Cola Crop 115.585 Commerce-Ministry/Agency, NEC 355.685 Cold, Common-Human Diseases 133.220 Commerce-Political Party. Policy Toward 639.000 Cold Cathode Rectifiers-Electrical Equip. 409.000 Commerce, Domestic 551.470 Cold Storage Facilities, Maritime Port 481.240 Commerce, Domestic-Gov. Econ. Planning 367.440 Cold Working-Metallurgy 115.587 Commerce, Domestic-Ministry/Agency 623.950 Colemanite-Boron Minerals 485.000 Commerce, Foreign 355.690 Colitis-Human Diseases 481.245 Commerce, Foreign-Gov. Econ. Planning 646.400 Collecting Lead-Oceanological Equip. 115.589 Commerce, Foreign-Ministry/Agency 159.300 Collection Procedures, Intelligence 567.100 Commercial Airfields 459.300 Collective Bargaining- Labor Disputes 475.712 Commercial Banks 419.500 Collective Farms 409.700 Commercial Buildings 716.000 Collective Security Agreements 403.140 Commercial Buildings-Construction 236.213 Colleges 161.360 Commercial Buildings-Sabotage Target 771.100 Colleges, Military War 157.770 Commercial Documentation 744.450 Collision and Damage Control Tactics, Naval 179.310 Commercial Influence-Hegemony 319.095 Collisions-Physics 479.000 Commercial Insurance 321.210 Colloid Chemistry 121.220 Commercial Law 122.000 Colonial Administration 173.100 Commercial Missions-Foreign Relations 115.507 Colonial Office-Ministry/Agency 159.335 Commercial Missions- Intelligence Source 135.421 Colonialism, CP Policy Toward 135.949 Commercial Organizations, CP Front 177.000 Colony-Mother Country Relationships 183.045 Commercial Organizations, International 319.350 Color-Properties Commercial Personnel/Labor, see Subject 329.200 Color-Sea Water Properties Modifier 010, Labor Section 453.000-463.900 201.400 Color Relations, Including Persecutions 485.105 Commercial Relations and Rivalry, Foreign 649.200 Colorimeters, Optical and Photoelectric 443.000 Commercial Statistics 621.315 Columbium 115.300 Commissions, Government 621.182 Columbium-Base Super Alloy Steels 159.332 Commissions, International-Intell. Source PAGE20 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R0003001500044CH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 115.300 Committees, Government 103.200 Communism-Political Thought Commodities-Statistics, Modifications, and 143.200 Communism, Gov. Relations with Actions Affecting, see Subject Modifiers, 143.210 Communism, Gov. Vulnerability to Chapter VI 277.410 Communism, Impact of-Social Problems 485.220 Commodity Control Agreements-For. Trade 461.360 Communism, Labor Orgs. Policies 183.085 Commodity Organizations, International 701.450 Communism, Military Relations with 409.110 Commodity Specifications and Standards 133.410 Communism, Pol. Party Rel. with 401.700 Communes, General 261.400 Communism. Private Opinion of 401.720 Communes, Rural 258.400 Communism, Public Opinion of 401.710 Communes, Urban 135.000 Communist Party 159.750 Communications-Covert Intell. 135.244 Communist Party Paramil. Grp. Instal./Bases 135.413 Communications-CP Policy Toward 135.250 Communist Party Paramil. Grp. Relations 159.170 Communications-Intelligence Organizations 135.246 Communist Party Paramil. Grps., Assistance 183.165 Communications-International Organization 136.600 Communist Party, Penetration of 674.210 Communications-Jamming Equipment 136.510 Communists, Assassination of 115.653 Communications-Ministry/Agency 255.443 Communists, Travel of 133.220 Communications-Pol. Party Policy Toward 636.500 Cummutators-Electrical Rotating Equip. 677.400 Communications-Security Equipment 561.000 Companies-Civil Aviation 720.120 Communications and Logistics-Insurg. Grps. 585.340 Companies-Communications 135.245 Communications and Logistics-CP Paramil. Orgs. 135.949 Companies-CP Front 585.600 Communications Centers 485.110 Companies-Foreign Trade 678.000 Communications Components, Electronic 503.000 Companies-Highway Transp. 665.000 Communications Equip. 532.000 Companies-Inland Water Transportation 662.183 Communications Equip., Artificial Satellite 546.000 Companies-Merchant Marine 663.283 Communications Equip., Manned Space Ship 589.112 Companies-Radio Broadcasting 662.283 Communications Equip., Space Platform 589.712 Companies-Radio Telephone 663.183 Communications Equip., Space Probe 518.000 Companies-Railway Transp. 115.604 Communications Equip. Ind. Ministry/Agency 598.120 Companies-Submarine Cable 633.490 Communications Equip. Mfg. Machinery 588.120 Companies-Telegraph System 665.050 Communications Equip. Spare Parts, NEC 587.120 Companies-Telephone System 161.310 Communications Facilities-Sabotage Target 591.120 Companies-Television 744.065 Communications Lines, Interdiction of 491.220 Companies Involved in Illegal Trade 157.520 Communications Media-Censorship 644.300 Comparators-Optical Instruments 135.555 Communications Media-CP Penetration of 672.200 Compasses 585.500 Communications Personnel, Military 455.210 Compensation, Unemployment 662.300 Communications Satellites 143.310 Competing Interests within Government 585.640 Communications Satellites-General Network 409.400 Complaints, Commercial 589.154 Communications Satellites-Radio Network 485.107 Complaints, Commercial-For. Trade 589.247 Communications Satellites-Radrel Network 315.150 Complex Numbers 589.755 Communications Satellites-RT Network 315.350 Complex Variables-Mathematics 591.540 Communications Satellites-TV Network 329.300 Composition of Sea Water 656.640 Communications Ships 748.400 Composition of the Armed Forces 585.000 Communications Systems 327.240 Composition of the Atmosphere 585.800 Communications Systems Adapt. to Mil. Use Composition, see also Membership 135.261 Communications System-CP 644.400 Compound Microscopes 481.250 Communications Systems-Gov. Econ. Planning 631.045 Compressed Air Motors Communications Systems Labor, see Subject 367.240 Compression-Metallurgy Modifier 004, Labor Section 453.000-463.900 631.110 Compressors Communications Training, Military-see Training, 657.740 Compressors-Aircraft Equip. Military 656.839 Compressors-Ship Propulsion Equip. 624.270 Communications Wire and Cable 157.830 Compromise of Foreigners 135.000 Communism 633.345 Comptometers MARCH 1967 PAGE 21 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 319.465 Compton Effect-Electric Discharges 319.030 Constancy and Variability-Physics Principle 311.310 Computer Centers 649.900 Constant Temperature Apparatus 683.216 Computers-Aircraft Fire Control 113.100 Constitution and Constitutional System 683.225 Computers-Bomb Fire Control 403.100 Construction Enterprises 676.510 Computers-Components 589.552 Construction-Aeronautical Radio System 676.500 Computers-Data 593.352 Construction-Airborne Radar System 681.670 Computers-Ground Fire Control 568.000 Construction-Civil Airfields 688.300 Computers-Guided Missile Guidance 585.620 Construction-Communications Systems 682.516 Computers-Naval Fire Control 597.420 Construction-ECM System 495.100 Concealed Assets-Foreign Investments 589.242 Construction-Fixed Radio System Concentrates, Metallic, see Subject Modifier 578.100 Construction-Gas Pipelines 105, 619.100 and 621.000 481.212 Construction-Government Planning 367.430 Concentration-Metallurgy 593.152 Construction-Ground Radar System 493.130 Concessions, Foreign 506.000 Construction-Highway Transp. System 177.110 Conciliation-Foreign Relations Construction-Industry, see Subject Modifier 459.300 Conciliation-Labor Disputes 032, Chapter VI 625.140 Concrete 535.000 Construction-Inland Water Transportation 633.300 Concrete Mixers-Construction Machinery 552.000 Construction--Maritime Ports 321.421 Condensation-Chemical Reaction 589.452 Construction-Maritime Radio System 327.215 Condensation-Meteorology 547.130 Construction-Maritime Waterways 631.520 Condensers, Steam Construction-Military Bases, see Subject 601.610 Condiment Crops Modifier 032, Military Bases Section 786.000- 707.100 Conditions of Readiness-Armed Forces 793.100 319.455 Conduction-Electricity 752.200 Construction-Military Housing, and Subject 319.375 Conduction-Heat Modifier 032 631.155 Cone Crushers-Machinery 115.661 Construction-Ministry/Agency 605.930 Confections-Processed Plant Products 577.100 Construction-Petroleum Pipelines 183.000 Conferences, International 589.152 Construction-Radio Broadcasting Conferences, International-CP Front Orgs., 589.752 Construction-Radio Telephone Sys. see Specific Fronts following 135.700 521.000 Construction-Railway Transp. System 135.207 Conferences, National-CP 593.252 Construction-Shipborne Radar System 461.100 Conferences, National-Labor Org. 598.420 Construction-Submarine Cable Sys. 701.600 Conferences, National-Military 588.520 Construction-Telegraph System 133.110 Conferences, National-Political Parties 587.520 Construction-Telephone System Conferences, National-Religion, see Specific 591.520 Construction-Television System Religions in 233.000 Section 580.100 Construction-Water Pipelines 311.100 Conferences, National-Science 735.200 Construction Battalions-Military Org. Conferences, see also Meetings 403.115 Construction Companies 315.350 Conformal Representation-Mathematics 633.300 Construction Machinery 615.850 Congo Red-Dyes 485.314 Consular Invoices 315.150 Congruences-Mathematics 274.110 Consumer Goods-Availability of 533.500 Connections, Internat.-Inland Water Transp. 274.130 Consumer Goods-Cost of 504.600 Connections, Internat.- Highway Transp. 481.235 Consumer Goods-Gov. Econ. Planning 519.500 Connections, Internat.-Railway Transp. 401.200 Consumer Goods-Industry Organization 702.340 Conscription-Armed Forces Mobilization 481.320 Consumption- Gov. Economic Controls 157.740 Conscription Documents 473.500 Consumption, National-GNP 403.160 Conservation-Construction Projects Consumption of Products, see Subject Modifier 427.200 Conservation-Forestry Practice 053, Chapter VI 481.210 Conservation-Government Econ. Planning 688.410 Contact Fuses, Guided Missile 115.503 Conservation-Ministry/Agency Contact Fuses, see also Fuses 319.095 Conservation of Energy-Physics 319.455 Contact Resistance-Electricity 421.200 Conservation of Soil-Farm Methods 357.210 Contagious Abortion-Animal Diseases PAGE 22 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 625.212 Containers, Glass 657.180 Converti-Planes 624.450 Containers, Metal 631.180 Conveying Equipment 612.290 Containers, Paper 582.300 Conveying Systems-Transportation 343.305 Contamination by Microorganisms 744.335 Convoy Tactics, Naval 319.185 Continuity of State-Physics 678.650 Cooling Equipment-Electronic Components 121.220 Contract Law 654.421 Cooling Systems, Vehicle Engine 421.350 Control, Pest-Farm Methods Cooperation, International, see International 133.610 Control and Regulation of Pol. Parties, Gov. Agreements 788.541 Control Centers, Missile Launching 401.500 Cooperatives 135.231 Control Commission, CP 419.550 Cooperatives, Agricultural 673.000 Control Equipment-Communications 135.949 Cooperatives, CP Front 657.760 Control Equipment, Aircraft 315.250 Coordinate Geometry 651.000 Control Instruments 621.325 Copper 491.120 Control Listing, Export-Econ. Warfare 621.327 Copper-Base Alloys 657.680 Control Rod Instruments, Nuclear Aircraft 619.319 Copper Fertilizers 688.230 Control Surfaces, Guided Missile 619.322 Copper Fungicides 688.300 Control Systems Equip., Guided Missile 601.441 Copra 663.240 Control Systems Equip., Manned Space Ship 121.251 Copyrights-Public Law 662.120 Control Systems Equip., Satellite 623.500 Coral-Gem and Ornamental Stones 662.220 Control Systems Equip., Space Platform 319.520 Corbino Effect-Magnetism 663.120 Control Systems Equip., Space Probe 610.500 Cordage-Textile Products 595.000 Control Systems, NEC 633.030 Cordage Machinery 567.140 Control Towers, Civil Airfield 619.410 Cordite Gun Powder 791.205 Control Towers, Military Airfield 633.115 Core Bakery Ovens-Special Ind. Furnaces 651.350 Control Valves and Regulators, Non-Voltage 633.260 Core Drills-Mining and Quarrying Machinery 319.695 Controlled Thermonuclear Reactions-Physics 633.130 Core Making Machinery-Foundry Equipment 560.310 Controls-Civil Aviation 325.511 Coring-Geological Exploration 585.310 Controls-Communication System 609.600 Cork and Cork Products 475.730 Controls-Credit 649.610 Corkroff-Walton Transformer, Nuc. Physics 409.100 Controls-Domestic Commerce 601.115 Corn 491.100 Controls-Econ. Warfare 605.520 Corn Oil 485.310 Controls-Exports and Imports 210.050 Cornish Language/Culture 489.110 Controls-Foreign Exchange 623.925 Cornwall Stone-Aluminum Silicate Minerals 502.310 Controls-Highway Transportation System 121.240 Corporation Law Controls-Industry, see Subject Modifier 069, 481.340 Corporation-Government Control Chapter VI 562.210 Corridors, Air-Civil Aviation 531.310 Controls-Inland Water Transp. System 619.915 Corrosion Inhibitors 545.310 Controls-Merchant Marine 621.140 Corrosion Resistant Steels 517.310 Controls-Railway Transportation System 612.230 Corrugated Board 485.300 Controls-Trade 475.850 Corruption-Business 501.310 Controls-Transportation System 143.320 Corruption-Government 481.300 Controls, Economic-Government 131.500 Corruption-National Elections 319.375 Convection, Heat 619.222 Cortisone 135.207 Conventions, National-CP 623.430 Corundum-Alumina Abrasives 133.110 Conventions, National-Political Parties 619.970 Cosmetics 439.100 Conversion- Industrial Mobilization 327.310 Cosmic Influences-Meteorology Conversion-Industry, see Subject Modifier 355.241 Cosmic Radiation-Space Flight Medicine 033, Chapter VI 319.475 Cosmic Rays-Physics 621.107 Conversion Iron 317.410 Cosmogony-Astronomy 657.695 Converters, Electric-Aircraft Equip. 317.410 Cosmology-Astronomy 639.000 Converters, Non-Rotary-Electrical Equip. 463.400 Cost, Labor 636.400 Converters, Rotary-Electrical Equip. 435.200 Cost Accounting- Business Management MARCH 1967 PAGE 23 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 274.130 Cost of Living 619.938 Creosote 401.300 Cottage Industry Organization 615.170 Cresols 601.403 Cotton Crop 619.410 Cresylite-High Explosives 610.205 Cotton Fabrics 210.120 Cretan Language/Culture 633.030 Cotton Gins 153.200 Crimes 601.431 Cotton Seed 759.200 Crimes, Military 605.525 Cotton Seed Oil 157.200 Crimes, Political 610.105 Cotton Thread and Yarn 723.700 Crimes, War 115.400 Council of Ministers 153.200 Criminology-Public Order and Safety 115.300 Councils, Government 623.920 Crocidolite-Asbestos Minerals 159.700 Counterespionage 623.490 Crocus Magnesium Oxide-Abrasives 475.851 Counterfeiting 569.200 Crop Dusting-Civil Aviation 721.400 Counter-Guerrilla Warfare Measures 657.210 Crop Dusting Aircraft 744.104 Counter-Guerrilla Warfare Tactics and Ops. 601.000 Crops 770.120 Counter-Guerrilla Warfare Training 421.200 Crops-Diversification and Rotation 157.000 Counterintelligence 633.105 Crucible Furnaces 597.130 Counterjamming-ECM 628.210 Crude Oil 682.450 Countermeasure Equip., Anti-Submarine 608.100 Crude Rubber 647.000 Countermeasure Equip., Electronic 657.760 Cruise Control Equipment, Aircraft 681.625 Countermeasure Equip., Land Mine Clearing 737.213 Cruiser Forces-Organization 681.615 Countermeasure Equip., Land Mine Detection 656.140 Cruisers 682.380 Countermeasure Equip., Naval Mine 321.315 Crushing-Chemical Engineering 682.230 Countermeasure Equip., Torpedo 631.155 Crushing Machinery 385.800 Countermeasures, Astronautic Veh.-System 603.300 Crustacea 369.820 Countermeasures, Guided Missile-Eng. 645.400 Crutches 744.405 Countermeasures, Mine-Naval Tactics 623.940 Cryolite- Fluoride Minerals 657.680 Counters-Nuclear Aircraft Equip. 649.621 Crystal Counters-Nuclear Physics Equip. 649.621 Counters-Nuclear Physics Instruments 678.100 Crystal Diodes-Commo. Components 135.271 County Sectional Organization, CP 319.815 Crystal Phenomena-Physics 143.140 Coups 321.346 Crystallization-Chemical Engineering 721.100 Coups, Use of Armed Forces Against 319.145 Crystallization- Liquids 159.751 Couriers-Covert Intell. Operations 319.815 Crystallography-Physics 135.255 Couriers, CP Clandestine Activities 678.500 Crystals, Electronic-Commo. Components 119.100 Courts 623.965 Crystals, Quartz 759.300 Courts, Military 633.320 Cultivating Machinery 621.325 Covellite-Copper Ore 427.300 Cultivation of Forests 159.731 Cover-Covert Intell. Operations 421.150 Cultivation of Soil 159.130 Covert Collection Components, Intelligence 213.000 Cultural Foreign Relations/Rivalry 159.700 Covert Operations-Intelligence/Espionage 113.220 Cultural Freedom 333.366 Coves-Geography 333.400 Cultural Geography 319.247 CR, Cyclotron Resonance 179.200 Cultural Influence-Hegemony 321.445 Crafts Synthesis-Chemical Reaction 173.600 Cultural Missions 631.190 Cranes 135.919 Cultural Orgs., CP Front 538.300 Cranes-Inland Ports 135.559 Cultural Orgs., CP Penetration of 551.300 Cranes-Maritime Ports 183.525 Cultural Orgs., International 656.753 Cranes-Ship Components 242.000 Cultural Orgs., National 658.900 Crash Barrier Equip., Airfield 115.511 Culture-Ministry/Agency 791.230 Crash Barriers, Military Airfield 506.300 Culvert Construction/Maintenance, Highway 694.750 Crayons 521.300 Culvert Construction/Maintenance, Railway 475.730 Credit Policy, Controls and Conditions 504.510 Culverts-Highway Transportation 475.700 Credit Structure 519.410 Culverts-Railway Transportation 367.230 Creep Rupture-Metallurgy 628.230 Cumene-Gasoline Additives MARCH 1967 PAGE 24 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 633.105 Cupola Furnaces 271.355 Dams, Water Supply 654.330 Cupolas, Vehicle Component 210.200 Danish Language/Culture 367.420 Cupping-Metallurgy 694.180 Darkroom Apparatus, Photographic 621.325 Cuprite-Copper Ore 311.300 Data Processing-Research 475.800 Currency 311.310 Data Processing Centers 633.350 Currency Machines 676.000 Data Processing Equipment, Electronic 319.455 Current, Electric-Physics 619.321 DDT-Insecticides 319.510 Current Displacement-Magnetism 779.200 De-Mothballing, Military Logistics 329.420 Currents-Oceanography 690.100 Death Rays and Waves 236.203 Curricula, Elementary and Secondary School 355.600 Deaths-Causes of Human 236.221 Curricula, Higher Education 255.411 Deaths-Population Data 769.000 Curricula, Military Training 207.920 Deaths-Treatment of 485.119 Curtailment of Foreign Trade 159.739 Debriefing-Covert Intell. Operations 315.250 Curves, Geometric 475.520 Debt, Foreign 207.000 Customs and Manners 475.510 Debt, Internal 157.632 Customs Inspections 475.500 Debt, Public 485.311 Customs Systems-Trade Controls 662.163 Deceleration Equip., Artificial Satellite 624.350 Cutlery 663.278 Deceleration Equip., Manned Space Ship 159.752 Cutout Devices-Covert Intell. Operations 662.263 Deceleration Equip., Space Platform 367.425 Cutting-Metallurgy 663.163 Deceleration Equip., Space Probe 631.445 Cutting and Forming Tools-Machine Tools 113.300 Decentralization vs. Centralization of Gov. 619.910 Cutting Oils-Metal Working Compounds 597.110 Deception-ECM 617.520 Cyanates-Inorganic Chemicals 674.230 Deception Equipment, Electronic Jamming 615.570 Cyanates-Organic Chemicals 691.700 Deception Equipment, Military 617.520 Cyanides 656.745 Deck Gear-Ship Components 686.155 Cyanogen Chloride-War Gases 321.427 Decomposition, Double-Chemical Reaction 616.520 Cyanogen Compounds 657.770 Decompression Protective Devices, Aircraft 355.340 Cybernetics-Medical Specialty 685.560 Decontamination Agents-Biological Warfare 651.300 Cycle Measuring Instruments 686.660 Decontamination Agents-Chemical Warfare 615.120 Cyclic Alcohols 684.550 Decontamination Agents-Nuclear Warfare 615.210 Cyclic Aldehydes and Ketones 701.300 Decorations, Military 315.250 Cyclography-Geometry 207.300 Decorations, Official 615.030 Cyclohexadiene 597.111 Decoys-ECM 615.150 Cyclohexadiol 702.410 Decrees-Armed Forces Demobilization 628.530 Cyclohexane-Rocket Fuels, Liquid Decrees, see Law 615.120 Cyclohexanol 646.400 Deep Sea Reversing Thermometer 615.030 Cyclohydrocarbons 135.658 Defection, CP 615.030 Cyclopentane 143.110 Defection, Political 615.210 Cyclopentanone 133.812 Defection, Political Party 319.247 Cyclotron Resonance, CR 115.529 Defense-Ministry/Agency 649.610 Cyclotrons- Nuclear Physics Instruments 744.510 Defense, Air-Air Force Tactics 210.115 Cypriote Language/Culture 744.430 Defense, Air-Naval Tactics 619.280 Cytertoxic Agents-Drugs 744.270 Defense, Border-Ground Tactics 355.345 Cytology-Branch of Medicine 788.200 Defense, Harbor/Coastal- Installations 210.145 Czech Language/Culture 744.440 Defense, Harbor/Coastal-Naval Tactics 633.320 Dairy Form Machinery 744.140 Defense, Passive-Military Tactics 633.010 Dairy Plant Machinery 744.385 Defense, Torpedo-Naval Tactics 606.200 Dairy Products 373.200 Defenses-Military Engineering 688.840 Damage Control Equipment-Guided Missiles 788.000 Defenses-Military Installations 656.735 Damage Control Equipment-Ship Components 744.405 Defensive Mine Warfare-Naval Tactics 744.450 Damage Control Tactics, Naval 701.520 Defensive Warfare Capability 403.162 Dams-Construction 743.200 Defensive Warfare Doctrine MARCH 1 PAGE 25 proved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 474.210 Deficit, Budget-Government 325.220 Deposition-Geology 315.350 Definite Integrals-Mathematics Deposits and Natural Resources, see Subject 475.830 Deflation Modifier 021, Chapter VI 319.820 Deformation-Solids-Physics 475.722 Deposits, Bank 673.300 Degaussing Equipment 787.000 Depots, Military 682.233 Degaussing Type Anti-Torpedo Equipment 619.205 Depressants, Heart-Drugs 606.400 Dehydrated Animal Products 619.210 Depressants, Respiratory-Drugs 605.300 Dehydrated Plant Products 327.255 Depressions-Meteorology 343.420 Dehydration-Food Technology 682.410 Depth Charges 631.515 Dehydrators, Industrial Equipment 682.530 Depth Charges-Fire Control Equipment 103.800 Deification and Emulation of Pol. Figures 682.640 Depth Charges-Fuses 277.100 Delinquency, Juvenile-Social Problems 355.355 Dermatology 685.200 Delivery Materiel-Biological Warfare 355.650 Dermatophytosis-Human Diseases 686.400 Delivery Materiel-Chemical Warfare 631.190 Derricks 684.200 Delivery Materiel-Nuclear Warfare 656.689 Derricks, Ship Type 333.362 Deltas-Geography 694.400 Desalting-Equipment, Water 319.500 Demagnetization 363.420 Desalting Research, Water 726.400 Demilitarized Zones 121.230 Descent and Distribution Law 702.400 Demobilization of Armed Forces Description of Facilities, see Subject Modifier 103.300 Democracy-Political Thought 025, Chapters I, III, and VI 255.410 Demography-Population Data Description, Product, see Subject Modifier 682.383 Demolition Equipment, Anti-Naval Mine 040, Chapter VI 681.630 Demolition Equipment, Mine 317.400 Descriptive Astronomy and Astrophysics 744.021 Demolition Tactics 315.250 Descriptive Geometry 770.455 Demolition Training 333.316 Desert-Geography 744.315 Demolition, Underwater-Naval Tactics 784.200 Desert Maintenance, Military 774.300 Demolition, Underwater-Naval Training 355.495 Desert Medicine 735.210 Demolition Units-Military Organization 744.100 Desert Operations Tactics, Military 136.500 Demonstrations, Anti-Communist 654.170 Desert Vehicles 135.581 Demonstrations, CP Propaganda 691.120 Desert Warfare Clothing 143.130 Demonstrations, Public-Pol. Stability 770.100 Desert Warfare Training 135.655 Demotions, CP 759.210 Desertion, Military 751.000 Demotions, Military Personnel 737.214 Destroyer Forces-Organization 355.630 Dengue-Human Diseases 656.130 Destroyer Type Ships 504.400 Density, Highway Network 321.424 Desulfurization-Chemical Reaction 533.300 Density, Inland Waterway Network 327.421 Detecting Nuclear Explosions-Meteorology 519.300 Density, Railway Network 323.310 Detecting Nuclear Explosions-Seismology 651.900 Density Instruments 685.510 Detection Equipment, Biological Warfare 355.690 Dental Cavities-Human Diseases 681.610 Detection Equipment, Land Mine 271.235 Dental Equipment, Availability of 682.381 Detection Equipment, Naval Mine 645.500 Dental Instruments 673.000 Detection Equipment, NEC 735.350 Dental Organization, Military 684.510 Detection Equipment, Nuclear Warfare 645.300 Dental Supplies 682.231 Detection Equipment, Torpedo 236.237 Dental Training 673.110 Detection Materials, Infrared 770.550 Dental Training, Military 595.000 Detection Systems, NEC 619.970 Dentifrices 155.131 Detection, Radiation-Civilian Defense 355.350 Dentistry 744.031 Detection, Radiation-Mil. Tactics 325.220 Denudation-Geology 157.840 Detention of Foreigners 135.275 Department Regional Organization, CP 619.955 Detergents 177.000 Dependency-Mother Country Relationships 315.200 Determinants and Matrices-Algebra 157.380 Deportation-Govt. Repressive Measures 619.420 Detonators-Explosives 157.870 Deportation of Foreigners 683.400 Detonators, Air Weapon PAGE 26 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150GO1I:4H 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 681.770 Detonators, Ground Weapon 615.230 Diketones 682.700 Detonators, Naval Weapon 615.580 Dimethylgloxime 617.810 Deuterium Oxide, Heavy Water 615.550 Dimethyl-Amines 319.755 Deuterons-Physics 686.110 Dimethyl Sulfate-War Gases 475.810 Devaluation, Currency 655.210 Dining Cars, Railroad 694.180 Developing Apparatus, Photographic 315.150 Diophantine Equations 471.000 Development, Economic 646.500 Dip Needle-Prospecting Instruments 493.120 Development, Economic-Internat. Agreements 686.125 Diphenyl Chloroarsine-War Gases 135.620 Deviation from Official Party Line, CP 686.125 Diphenyl Cyanarsine-War Gases 605.970 Dextrose-Processed Plant Products 686.125 Diphenylaminechloroarsine-War Gases 355.660 Diabetes-Human Diseases 686.140 Diphosgene-War Gases 619.270 Diagnostic Agents-Drugs 355.620 Diphtheria 271.217 Diagnostic Laboratories 271.085 Diphtheria Disease Incidence 615.230 Dialdehydes 157.780 Diplomas-Personal Documentation 623.500 Diamonds 173.700 Diplomatic Missions 623.440 Diamonds, Industrial-Carbon Abrasives 159.333 Diplomatic Missions-Intelligence Source 623.410 Diatomaceous Earth-Silica Abrasives 177.500 Diplomatic Relations 631.535 Diatomaceous Earth Filters 236.270 Diplomatic Training 321.430 Diazotization-Chemical Reaction 649.621 Directional Counters 628.530 Diborone-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 742.100 Directives, Military 615.390 Di-Carboxylic Acids 735.000 Directorates, Armed Forces 686.155 Dichloro Dimethyl Ether-War Gases 315.350 Dirichlet's Problem-Mathematics 615.510 Dichlorodifluoromethane-Organic Chemicals 711.000 Disarmament 617.755 Dichlorodifluoromethane-Refrigerants 163.333 Disarmament-Propaganda Theme 686.110 Dichloroethyl Sulfide-War Gases 569.600 Disaster Relief-Civil Aviation 617.755 Dichloromonofluoromethane-Refrigerants 569.610 Disaster Relief, Military 617.755 Dichlorotetrafluoroethane 274.150 Disasters, Description of 319.315 Dichroism-Light Absorption 455.140 Discharge, Labor Turnover 633.355 Dictating Machines and Collateral Equipment 757.000 Discharge, Military 633.130 Die Casting Machinery-Foundry Equipment 135.650 Discipline, CP 621.145 Die Steels 759.000 Discipline, Military 319.445 Dielectrics-Electricity 345.600 Disease Control, Plant-Research 636.200 Diesel Engine Powered Generator Sets 425.210 Disease Control Measures, Animal 631.040 Diesel Engines 271.150 Disease Control Measures, Human 657.415 Diesel Engines, Aircraft 425.110 Disease Control Measures, Plant 655.131 Diesel Engines, Locomotive 425.200 Disease Incidence, Animal 654.411 Diesel Engines, Motor Vehicle 271.070 Disease Incidence, Human 655.130 Diesel Locomotives 425.100 Disease Incidence, Plant 628.245 Diesel Oil 357.200 Diseases, Animal 628.340 Diesel Oil, Synthetic 355.600 Diseases, Human 271.090 Dietary Deficiency Disease Incidence 347.700 Diseases, Insect and Animal Vectors of 619.290 Dietary Supplements 345.500 Diseases, Plant 315.350 Differential Calculus 744.187 Disengagement-Infantry Tactics 654.423 Differentials, Motor Vehicle 159.731 Disguises-Covert Intell. Operations 319.225 Diffraction-Acoustics 619.329 Disinfectants 319.340 Diffraction-Light 439.300 Dismantling-Industrial Mobilization 644.500 Diffraction Gratings Dismantling-Industry, see Subject Modifier 319.320 Diffusion, Light 034, Chapter VI 347.220 Digestion-Human Physiology 155.200 Dispersal-Civilian Defense 355.690 Digestive System Diseases, Human 439.300 Dispersal-Industrial Mobilization 628.230 Diisobutylene-Gasoline Additives 744.145 Dispersal-Military Defense Tactics 615.730 Diiso-Propyl Fluorophosphate 773.650 Dispersion Training MARCH' 1967 PAGE 27 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 255.451 Displaced Persons 651.050 Drafting Instruments 694.450 Disposal Equipment, Sewage 633.300 Drags-Construction Machinery 271.305 Disposal of Radioactive Wastes 421.250 Drainage-Farm Methods 633.200 Disposal of Radioactive Wastes-Equipment 333.320 Drainage-Physical Geography 429.210 Disputes, Fishing 239.200 Drawing-Arts 459.100 Disputes, Labor 367.420 Drawing-Metallurgy 177.725 Disputes, Space Sovereignty 651.050 Drawing Instruments and Tables 177.700 Disputes, Territorial- Foreign Relations 612.220 Drawing Papers 177.720 Disputes, Water-Foreign Relations 656.691 Dredges-Ships 159.500 Dissemination, Intelligence 633.290 Dredging Machinery 143.300 Dissension Within Government 610.300 Dresses 135.130 Dissident Communist Groups, International 645.300 Dressings-Medical Supplies 321.320 Distillation-Chemical Engineering 682.310 Drifting Mines, Naval 633.115 Distillation Ovens-Special Ind. Furnaces 325.511 Drilling-Geological Exploration 605.450 Distilled Spirits 631.325 Drilling Machines-Machine Tools 649.100 Distilling Apparatus-Chemical Equip. 654.140 Drilling Trucks 471.330 Distribution of Industry 624.150 Drills-Hardware and Hand Tools 592.100 Distribution of Radio Receivers 631.445 Drills-Machine Tool Accessories 592.200 Distribution of Television Receivers 625.212 Drinking Glasses 633.290 Ditchers-Excavating Machinery 657.230 Drones, Aircraft 619.225 Diuretics-Drugs 355.670 Drug Addiction 651.400 Dividers-Measuring Tools 277.300 Drug Addiction-Social Problems 691.125 Diving Equipment, Protective Clothing 608.230 Druggist Sundries, Rubber 656.757 Diving Equipment, Ship Deck Gear 619.200 Drugs 619.192 Divinyl-Synthetic Rubber Monomers 355.830 Drugs-Therapeutic Aspects 255.412 Divorces-Population Data 642.110 Dry Cell Batteries 135.610 Doctrine Versus Activities, CP 633.470 Dry Cleaning Machinery 720.420 Doctrine, Insurgent Groups 656.685 Dry Docks, Floating 743.000 Doctrine, Military 617.730 Dry Ice 159.731 Documentation-Covert Intell. Operations 678.100 Dry Rectifiers 157.700 Documentation, Personal 631.110 Dry Vacuum Pumps 311.310 Documentation Centers 321.325 Drying-Chemical Engineering 163.310 Domestic Affairs-Propaganda Theme 343.420 Drying-Food Technology 261.100 Domestic Affairs, Private Opinion of 631.515 Drying Machinery, Industrial 258.100 Domestic Affairs, Public Opinion of 633.030 Drying Machinery, Textile 409.000 Domestic Commerce 367.220 Ductility-Metallurgy 481.240 Domestic Commerce-Gov. Econ. Planning 135.289 Dues, CP 471.500 Domestic Investments 619.258 Duomycin-Drugs 481.351 Domestic Investments-Government Control 633.360 Duplicating Machines 121.230 Domestic Relations Law 619.115 Durez-Plastics 563.100 Domestic Routes-Civil Aviation 619.115 Durite-Plastics 115.587 Domestic Trade-Ministry/Agency 631.220 Dust Collection Blowers, Industrial 609.400 Door and Window Framing-Millwork 271.295 Dust Control Measures 624.050 Doors, Metal 633.320 Dusters-Agricultural Machinery 657.680 Dosimeters-Nuclear Aircraft 210.205 Dutch Language/Culture 684.510 Dosimeters-Nuclear War Detection Equip. 475.310 Duties, Government-Revenue Source 159.710 Double Agents 485.311 Duty Systems-Trade Controls 321.427 Double Decomposition-Chemical Reaction 615.850 Dye Chemicals 319.445 Double Refraction, Electrical 325.200 Dynamic Geology 319.345 Double Refraction, Light 321.210 Dynamics, Chemical 319.520 Double Refraction, Magnetic 319.140 Dynamics, Liquid 651.200 Draft Gauges 329.400 Dynamics, Oceanographic PAGE 28 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R00030015568JH41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 319.090 331 320 Dynamics, Solid 467.000 Economic Systems, Theories and Philoso hies . 619 4 Dynamics, Surface Water 493.100 , p Economic Treaties and Agreements . 10 Dynamite-High Explosives 471.200 Economic Vulnerabilities 636.100 Dynamos 491.000 Economic Warfare 657.695 636 4 Dynamotors-Aircraft 491.500 Economic Warfare-Capabilities . 00 355.610 Dynamotors-Electrical Equip. Dysentery 491.400 Economic Warfare-Vulnerabilities 245.000 Economics as a Social Science 355.675 Ear Diseases 67 135.403 Economy-CP Policy Toward 0.000 Early Warning Radar Equipment 115.509 Economy-Ministry/A enc 317.650 Earth-Planet g y 633 260 133.210 Economy-Political Party Policy Toward . 32 Earth Boring and Drilling Machinery 481.290 Economy Drives-Gov Economic Pla i 3.600 32 Earth Currents 471.400 . nn ng Economy, Military Effect on 3.500 664 100 Earth Heat and Temperature 357.275 Ecthyma-Animal Diseases . Earth Launched Astro. Veh. Countermea. Equip. 355.700 Eczema-Human Diseases 625.224 Earthenware 319.510 Eddy Currents-Ma netism 323.300 Earthquakes 606.610 g Edible Animal Fats and Oils 274.150 210 350 Earthquakes, Disaster E A 333.351 Edible Animals-Physical Geography . 233 090 ast siatic Languages/Cultures E 333.342 Edible Plants-Physical Geography . astern, Greek Christian Faith 236.000 Education 319.225 317 Echo-Acoustics 135.559 Education-CP Penetration of .300 597 0 Eclipses, Prediction of 135.417 Education-CP Policy Toward . 00 ECM Electronic Counter Measures 157.780 Education-Documentation 347.500 Ecology, Animal 115.513 Education-Ministr /A enc 345.400 Ecology, Plant y g y 4 183.325 Education-Orgs. International 43.400 Econometrics , 163 311 E 133.225 Education-Political Party Policy Toward . 261 110 conomic Affairs-Propaganda Theme 255.352 Educational Composition of Population . 25 Economic Affairs, Private Opinion of 113.220 Educational Freedom 8.110 139 200 Economic Affairs, Public Opinion of 245.300 Educational Psychology . 4 Economic Blocs and Movements 381.300 Effect of Nuclear Explosions 71.100 201 300 Economic Capabilities E 463.200 Effect of Technological Changes on Labor . 255 3 conomic Classes-Social Organization 748.100 Efficiency, Military Personnel . 30 4 Economic Composition of Population 606.240 Eggs 81.300 493 Economic Controls, Government 657.835 Ejection Capsules Aircraft .110 Economic Cooperation Agreements 657.830 , Ejection Seats Aircraft 471.000 493 120 Economic Development 367.220 , Elasticity-Metallurgy . Economic Development Arrangements 319.820 Elasticity-Solids 157.640 Economic Facilities, Security of 619.100 Elastomers 333.500 32 Economic Geography 131.100 Election Laws and Legislation 5.500 473 600 Economic Geology 117.400 Election Methods, Legislative Branch . Economic Growth-GNP Index Figures Elections CP F t O 179.300 Economic Influence-Hegemony 157.580 Economi I f i , ron rgs., see Specific Fronts following 135.700 c n ormat on Censorship 493 111 131.800 Elections, Foreign Interference in . Economic Integration, International 159 160 461.050 Elections, Labor Organization . Economic Intelligence Organizations 123.300 Elections Local 173.100 Economic Missions 1 , 131.000 Elections, National 83.045 Economic Organizations, International 319.445 Electric Charges 481.000 Economic Planning, Government 319.455 Electric Current 493.111 Economic Planning, International 1 319.465 Electric Discharges 15.555 Economic Planning Ministry/Agency 469 000 656.813 Electric Drive Engines Marine . Economic Programs of the Regime, General , 640.000 Electric Lamps 484.000 Economic Relations, Foreign 655.120 Electric Locomotives 471.300 Economic Self-Sufficiency 655.121 Electric Locomotives-Engines MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 29 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 630.100 Electric Power 585.630 Electric Power-Communications System 597.430 Electric Power-ECM System 589.243 Electric Power-Fixed Radio System 593.153 Electric Power-Ground Radar System 589.153 Electric Power-Radio Broadcasting 589.753 Electric Power-Radio Telephone Sys. 588.530 Electric Power-Telegraph System 587.530 Electric Power-Telephone System 591.530 Electric Power-Television System 637.000 Electric Power Distribution Equip., Primary 638.000 Electric Power Distribution Equip., Second. 115.619 Electric Power Ministry/Agency 630.110 Electric Power Plants 637.000 Electric Power Transmission Equip., Primary 624.260 Electric Power Wire and Cable 633.105 Electric Refining and Melting Furnaces 355.860 Electric Shock-Therapeutics 319.060 Electric Waves as a Physics Technique 631.470 Electric Welders 694.800 Electrical Appliances 319.445 Electrical Double Refraction 319.520 Electrical Effect-Magnetism 371.000 Electrical Engineering 371.100 Electrical EngineeringOrgs. and Facilities 635.000 Electrical Equip. 688.600 Electrical Equip.-Guided Missiles 115.621 Electrical Equip.-Ministry/Agency 654.424 Electrical Equip.-Motor Vehicles 656.720 Electrical Equip.-Ship Components 657.720 Electrical Equip., Actuating-Aircraft 657.695 Electrical Equip., Power-Aircraft 319.280 Electrical Light Radiation Effects 327.340 Electrical Phenomena-Meteorology 651.150 Electrical Quantity Instruments 636.000 Electrical Rotating Equipment 621.155 Electrical Steels 319.430 Electricity 355.840 Electricity-Physiotherapy 323.600 Electricity, Terrestrial 371.220 Electricity, Wireless Transmission of 519.700 Electrification-Railway Transp. System 481.221 Electrification, Rural-Gov. Planning 319.455 ElectrocapiIlarity-Electricity 367.430 Electrochemical Reduction-Metallurgy 321.210 Electrochemistry 625.250 Electrodes, Graphite 631.470 Electrodes, Welding 319.530 Electrodynamics-Magnetism 319.455 Electroenclosmosis- Electricity 319.455 Electrokinematics- Electricity 321.433 Electrolysis-Chemical Reaction 321.210 Electrolysis-Physical Chemistry 321.433 Electrolytic Conduction-Chemical Reaction 639.000 Electrolytic Converters-Electrical Equip. 690.200 Electromagnetic Beam Weapons 633.185 Electromagnetic Isotope Separation Equip. 319.510 Electromagnetic Oscillations-Magnetism 327.342 Electromagnetic Phenomena 319.245 Electromagnetic Theories of Light 674.000 Electromagnetic Warfare Equipment 597.000 Electromagnetic Warfare Systems 319.530 Electromagnetism 642.200 Electromagnets, Lifting and Holding 678.050 Electron Beam Tubes 649.400 Electron Microscopes 319.354 Electron Microscopy 319.455 Electron Motion in Conductors, Theory of 319.465 Electron Optics 319.247 Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, EPR 678.050 Electron Tubes 678.000 Electronic and Communications Components 674.000 Electronic Countermeasure Equip. 597.200 Electronic Countermeasure Personnel, Mil. 597.000 Electronic Countermeasure Systems 656.643 Electronic Countermeasure Vessels 597.100 Electronic Countermeasures-Mil. Tactics 676.000 Electronic Data Processing Equipment 676.400 Electronic Data Processing Printers 665.050 Electronic Devices Spare Parts, NEC 371.300 Electronic Engineering 371.310 Electronic Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 787.300 Electronic Equipment Depots, Military 633.490 Electronic Equipment Mfg. Machinery 683.317 Electronic Fuses, Air Weapon 681.710 Electronic Fuses, Artillery 683.327 Electronic Fuses, Bomb 682.647 Electronic Fuses, Depth Charge 681.735 Electronic Fuses, Field Rocket 681.760 Electronic Fuses, Land Mine 682.617 Electronic Fuses, Naval Ammunition 682.637 Electronic Fuses, Naval Mine 682.627 Electronic Fuses, Torpedo 597.600 Electronic Intercepts-ECM 678.010 Electronic Materials, NEC 672.000 Electronic Navigation Equipment, NEC 651.150 Electronic Recording Devices 651.150 Electronic Speed Measuring Equip. 651.150 Electronic Speed Regulating Equip. 585.800 Electronic System Adaptability to Mil. Use 624.270 Electronic Wire and Cable 319.725 Electrons-Physics 319.455 Electrophoresis-Electricity 355.360 Electrophysiology-Branch of Medicine Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R00030015000~_JCH 1967 PAGE 30 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 631.480 Electroplating Equipment 662.110 Engines, Artificial Satellite 319.445 Electroprecipitation 655.131 Engines, Diesel Locomotive 367.425 Electrospark Finishing-Metallurgy 655.121 Engines, Electric Locomotive 649.610 Electrostatic Generators 655.141 Engines, Gas Turbine Locomotive 657.695 Electrostatic Induction Equip., Aircraft 631.010 Engines, General Purpose 319.445 Electrostatics 688.700 Engines, Guided Missile 319.445 Electrostriction 663.210 Engines, Manned Space Ship 633.060 Electrotyping Machinery 656.810 Engines, Marine 236.203 Elementary Education 655.151 Engines, Nuclear Locomotive 319.720 Elementary Particles-Physics 662.210 Engines, Space Platform 355.680 Elephantiasis-Human Diseases 663.110 Engines, Space Probe 631.510 Elevators and Escalators 655.111 Engines, Steam Locomotive 159.769 Eliciting-Covert Intell. Operations 654.400 Engines, Vehicle 737.720 Elint Forces-Naval-Organization Engines, see also Motors Elint, see Electronic Countermeasures 210.210 English Language/Culture 315.350 Elliptic Functions-Mathematics 633.060 Engraving Machinery 491.310 Embargoes-Economic Warfare 694.180 Enlargers, Photographic 207.200 Emblems-Customs Enlisted Personnel, Military, see Subject Modifier 623.500 Emeralds-Gem and Ornamental Stones 186, Chapter VII 115.671 Emergency Agencies, Government 401.500 Enterprises, Cooperative-Organization 274.310 Emergency Relief-Welfare Services 403.000 Enterprises, Industrial NEC 623.430 Emery-Alumina Abrasives 401.600 Enterprises, Nationalized-Organization 619.215 Emetics-Drugs 207.720 Entertainment-Customs 255.421 Emigration-Population Change 403.400 Entertainment Industry 255.542 Emigration, Control of 319.415 Entropy-Thermodynamics 319.305 Emission of Light 159.769 Entry-Covert Intell. Operations 319.245 Emission Theory of Light 612.290 Envelopes 619.240 Emollients-Drugs 329.750 Environment, Underwater, for Man 157.730 Employment Documentation 345.400 Environmental Factors-Botany 455.100 Employment Trends and Data 327.520 Environmental Factors-Climate 624.350 Enameled Products-Utensils 347.500 Environmental Factors-Zoology 633.115 Enameling Ovens-Special Ind. Furnaces 619.975 Enzymes-Chemical Products 355.630 Encephalitis-Human Diseases 355.675 Epilepsy-Human Diseases 355.675 Encephalomyelitis-Human Diseases 357.220 Epizootic Aphthae-Animal Diseases 355.660 Endocrine Gland Diseases-Human Diseases 619.160 Epocast-Plastics 355.365 Endocrinology- Branch of Medicine 619.160 Epon-Plastics 323.500 Energetics, Terrestrial 619.160 Epoxies-Plastics 319.095 Energy-Physics 319.247 EPR, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance 319.415 Energy, Heat-Thermodynamics 321.436 Equilibrium-Chemical Reaction 319.275 Energy, Light 357.215 Equine Encephalomyelitis-Animal Diseases 319.290 Energy and Spectral Distribution-Light Equipment Losses, see Subject Modifier 179, 319.625 Energy Levels-Atomic Structure Chapter VI 744.370 Engagements, Surface-Naval Tactics 621.475 Erbium-Rare Earth Metals 735.200 Engineer Battalions-Military Org. 325.220 Erosion-Geology 744.020 Engineer Tactics, Military 619.210 Errhines-Drugs 770.450 Engineer Training, Military 325.210 Eruptions-Geology 775.150 Engineer, Flight-Air Force Training 355.620 Erysipelas-Human Diseases 360.000 Engineering-General 615.140 Erythritol 651.000 Engineering Instruments 619.264 Erythromycin-Drugs 183.245 Engineering Organizations, International 631.510 Escalators 236.245 Engineering Training 333.640 Escape and Evasion-Military Geography 657.400 Engines, Aircraft 657.825 Escape Equipment, Aircraft MARCH Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 31 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 691.220 Escape Kits 744.110 Evasion Tactics, Military 135.255 Escape Routes-CP Couriers 770.700 Evasion Training, Military 333.640 Escape Routes-Refugees 343.200 Evolution-Biology 744.110 Escape Tactics, Military 633.290 Excavating Machinery 770 700 Escape Training Militar . , y 686.125 Excelsior-War Gases 744.335 Escort Tactics Naval , 716.050 Exchange of Inspection Teams 656.150 Escort Vessels 213.200 Exchange of Persons-Cultural Relations 210.630 Eskimo Language/Culture 309 300 Exchange of Scientific Personnel 601.419 Esparto Crop . 210.255 Esperanto Language 631.520 Exchangers, Heat 159.000 Espionage 319.635 Excitation-Nuclear Structure 135.259 Espionage, CP 157.330 Execution-Government Repressive Measures 786.120 Espionage, Mil. Base Vulnerability to 115.500 Executive Agencies or Ministries 694.250 Espionage Devices 115.000 Executive Branch 619.970 Essential Oils-Cosmetics 121.000 Executive Orders 121.230 Estates Law 113.400 Executive, Leg., and Judicial Br. Relations 321.439 Esterification-Chemical Reaction 767.000 Exercises, Field-Military Training 615.300 Esters Estimated Production see Subject Modifier 159.761 Exfiltration of Agents-Covert Intell. Ops. , 050, Chapter VI 333.660 Exfiltration Routes-Military Geography 770.750 Exfiltration Training 210.020 Estonian Language/Culture 413.200 Exhibitions-International 628.270 Ethane-Petroleum Gases 615.310 Ethers 413.100 Exhibitions-National 255.320 Ethnic Composition of Population 163.190 Exhibitions-Propaganda Media 141.000 Ethnic Minorities 157.380 Exile-Government Repressive Measures 201.400 Ethnic Relations 113.500 Exile, Government in 619.160 Ethoxy-Plastics 255.451 Exiles 615.300 Ethyl Acetate 628.500 Exotic Fuels 615.110 Ethyl Alcohol 403.100 Expansion and Construction Enterprises 628.530 Ethyl Alcohol-Rocket Fuels, Liquid Expansion of Industrial Facilities, see Subject 615.490 Ethyl Bromide Modifier 032, Chapter VI 619.130 Ethyl Cellulose-Plastics 139.700 Expatriate Blocks and Movements 615.470 Ethyl Chloride 157.900 Expatriates, Policy Toward 686.110 Ethyl Dichloroarsine-War Gases 619.210 Expectorants-Drugs 615.310 Ethyl Ether 317.330 Expeditions, Astronomical 615.500 Ethyl Iodide 333.710 Expeditions, Cartographic 615.300 Ethyl Nitrate 333.210 Expeditions, Geographical 628.270 Ethylene-Petroleum Gases 323.200 Expeditions, Geophysical 615.320 Ethylene Oxide 327.450 Expeditions, Meteorological 619.160 Ethylene Oxide Resins-Plastics 329.700 Expeditions, Oceanographic 207.400 Etiquette-Customs 135.283 Expenditures, CP 608.100 Eukommia-Crude Rubber 131.600 Expenditures, Election 315.350 Eulerian Integrals-Mathematics 475.400 Expenditures, Government 210.005 European Languages/Cultures 709.100 Expenditures, Military 255.462 Evacuation, Forced-Internal Migration 133.700 Expenditures, Political Party 155.200 Evacuation of Civilians and Gov. Agencies-CD Experimental Plants, see Subject Modifier 081, 255.462 Evacuation of Military Dependents Chapter VI 321.325 Evaporation-Chemical Engineering 355.920 Experiments, Animal-Medicine 646.100 Evaporation-Meteorological Gauges 355.910 Experiments, Human-Medicine 327.215 Evaporation-Meteorology 355.243 Experiments, Plant/Animal-Space Medicine 333.640 Evasion and Escape-Military Geography 179.120 Exploitation of Foreign Organizations 691.220 Evasion and Escape Kits 309.200 Exploitation of Foreign Technology PAGE 32 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R00030015QQG(t'41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 325.510 Exploration, Mineralogical 589.751 Facilities, Radio Telephone Exploration and Prospecting, see Subject 301.000 Facilities, Scientific Radar Shi b orne p Modifier 020, Chapter VI 593.251 Facilities, 403.710 Explosions, Unidentified- Industrial 598.410 Facilities, Submarine Cable 793.300 Explosions, Unidentified-Military 588.510 Facilities, Telegraph 680.100 Explosive Disposal Equipment 587.510 Facilities, Telephone 367.420 Explosive Forming-Metallurgy 591.510 Facilities, Television ment 435.200 i E dli H Factory Management 680.100 qu p ng an Explosive 680.100 Explosive Storage Equipment 619.400 Explosives 680.020 Explosives and/or Ammunition, NEC 413.200 Fairs, International Exports-Statistics/Data, see Subject Modifier 413.100 Fairs, National 066, Chapter VI for Specific Commodities 233.020 Faiths, Christian 485.137 Exports and Imports-Statistics/Data 233.300 Faiths, Non-Christian 485.310 Export Controls 327.361 Fallout, Radioactive 491.100 Export Controls-Economic Warfare 201.100 Family-Social Organization 485.110 Export-Import Companies 457.320 Family Allowances- Labor Benefits 485.155 Exports-Smuggling 694.800 Fans, Household 481.370 Expropriation of Property, Government 631.220 Fans, Industrial 157.870 Expulsion of Foreigners 233.305 Far Eastern Faiths 325.220 External Geodynamics-Geology 357.235 Farcy-Animal Diseases 489.141 Extortion to Obtain Foreign Exchange/Gold 573.100 Fares, Civil Aviation 367.430 Extraction of Metals From Ores-Metallurgy 512.100 Fares, Highway Transp. 153.220 Extradition 541.100 Fares, Inland Water Transp. 555.100 Fares, Merchant Marine 325.210 Extrusion-Geology 527.100 Fares, Railway Transp. 367.420 Extrusion-Metallurgy 631.505 Extrusion Presses 315.150 Farey Series 345.205 Exudation of Fluids-Plant Physiology 701.435 Farmers, Military Relations With 355.675 Eye Diseases-Human Diseases 421.000 Farming Methods 645.400 Eye Glasses 419.500 Farms, Collective and State 645.400 Eyes, Artificial 210.245 Faroese Language/Culture 633.030 Fabric Bleaching Machinery 103.400 Fascism-Political Thought 624.050 Fabricated Structural Metal 367.240 Fatigue-Metallurgy 610.200 Fabrics 606.600 Fats, Animal 631.455 Face Plates-Machine Tool Accessories 605.500 Fats, Vegetable 204.200 Facial Characteristics 333.350 Fauna-Physical Geography 589.551 Facilities, Aeronautical Radio 606.940 Feathers-Animal Products 593.351 Facilities, Airborne Radar 183.605 Federation Movements, International 589.330 Facilities, Amateur Radio 631.525 Feed Water Filters-Steam Equipment 585.610 Facilities, Communications 423.120 Feeds and Feeding-Agricultural Practice Facilities, Description of, see Subject Modifier 623.925 Feldspar-Aluminum Silicate Minerals and VI 610.200 Felted Fabrics III ters I Cha 025 , , p , 597.410 Facilities, Electronic Countermeasure 624.050 Fences-Metal Products 589.241 Facilities, Fixed Radio 786.230 Fences-Military Bases 115.800 Facilities, Government 624.200 Fences-Wire Products 593.151 Facilities, Ground Radar 321.442 Fermentation-Chemical Reaction Facilities, Industrial, see Subject Modifier 025, 343.450 Fermentation-Food Technology Chapter VI 619.975 Fermentation Bacteria-Chemical Products 589.451 Facilities, Maritime Radio 656.687 Ferries 791.200 Facilities, Military Airfield 504.530 Ferries-Highway Transportation 586.300 Facilities, Postal 519.430 Ferries-Railway Transportation 589.151 Facilities, Radio Broadcasting 621.115 Ferro-Alloys MARCH 1 cApproved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 33 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 631.535 Ferro-Filters 133.210 Finance-Political Party Policy Toward 115.627 Ferrous Metallurgy-Ministry/Agency 586.100 Finance-Postal System 621.100 Ferrous Metals 163.400 Finance-Propaganda 619.310 Fertilizers 589.110 Finance-Radio Broadcasting 421.300 Fertilizing-Farm Methods 589.710 Finance-Radio Telephone 633.320 355 Fertilizing Machinery 517.320 Finance-Railway Transportation System .630 355 Fever, Glandular-Human Diseases 475.600 Finance-Reis. Between Central-Local Gov .630 Fever, Hemorrhagic-Human Diseases 161.500 . Finance-Sabotage 355.610 Fever, Paratyphoid-Human Diseases 593.210 Finance-Shipborne Radar System 355.620 Fever, Relapsing-Human Diseases 598.100 Finance-Submarine Cable 355.630 Fever, Sandfly-Human Diseases 588.100 Finance-Telegraphy System 355.610 Fever, Undulant-Human Diseases 587.100 Finance-Telephone System 355.630 Fever, Yellow-Human Diseases 591.100 Finance-Television System 601.401 Fiber Crops 501.320 Finance-Transportation System 345.520 Fiber Crops-Diseases 307.100 Financial Aid to Science 625.130 Fiberglass Insulation 157.770 Financial Documentation 681.315 Field Artillery Guns 135.285 Financial Exchange, Foreign-CP 319.490 Field Intensity-Magnetism 183.045 Financial Organizations International 691.390 Field Packs, Military 475.710 , Financial Organizations, National 657.120 Fighter Aircraft Incl. Fighter-Bombers 179.310 Financial Penetration-Hegemony 210.560 Fiji Language/Culture 367.425 Finishing-Metallurgy 355.650 Filariasis-Human Diseases 631.330 Finishing Machines-Machine Tools 631.545 Filling Machinery 633.030 Finishing Machines-Textiles 694.190 Films, Photographic 315.350 Finite Difference-Mathematics 624.200 Filter Wire Cloth-Wire Products 210.025 Finnish Language/Culture 319.315 Filters, Light 210.010 Finno-Ugrian Languages/Cultures 631.535 Filters, Pressure and Vacuum 333.366 Fiords-Geography 321.348 Filtration-Chemical Engineering 656.693 Fire Boats 593.310 Finance-Airborne Radar System 683.200 Fire Control Equipment, Aircraft 475.000 Finance-Central Government 681.640 Fire Control Equipment, Ground Weapon 560.320 Finance-Civil Aviation 682.500 Fire Control Equipment, Naval 585.320 Finance-Communication System 593.000 Fire Control Radar Systems 135.283 Finance-CP 657.840 Fire Detection Equipment, Aircraft 135.231 Finance-CP Control Commission 624.050 Fire Escapes-Metal Products Finance-CP Front Orgs., see Specific Fronts 694.500 Fire Extinguishers following 135.700 657.840 Fire Fighting Equipment, Aircraft 135.233 Finance-CP Organization 688.840 Fire Fighting Equipment, Guided Missile 135.403 Finance-CP Policy Toward 694.500 Fire Fighting Equipment, Miscellaneous 593.110 Finance-Ground Radar System 691.135 Fire Fighting Suits, Military 502.320 Finance-Highway Transportation System 479.000 Fire Insurance Finance-Industry, see Subject Modifier 030, h 155.500 Fire Protection, Civilian Defense C apter VI 153.600 Fire Protection and P ti S 531.320 Finance-Inland Waterway Transp. System reven on ys. 654.140 Fire Trucks 475.710 Finance-Institutions 317.630 Fireballs-Astronomy 159.600 Finance-Intelligence/Espionage 623.300 Fireclay 461.150 Finance-Labor Organization 625.271 Fireclay Bricks-Refractory Products 123.400 Finance-Local Government 609.100 Firewood 545.320 Finance-Merchant Marine 694.900 Fireworks 709.000 Finance-Military 355.850 First Aid 735.100 Finance-Military Organization 645.300 First Aid Supplies 115.509 Finance-Ministry/Agency 475.100 Fiscal Policy, Government 133.700 Finance-Political Party 603.300 Fish PAGE 34 Approved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150R&1R-- 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 673.216 Fish Detection Devices 570.100 Flight Training, Civil Aviation 606.631 Fish Oils 489.310 Flights of Capital 606.300 Fish Products 656.685 Floating Dry Docks 619.314 Fish Scrap-Fertilizers 481.210 Flood Control-Government Econ. Planning 481.205 Fisheries-Government Economic Planning 403.161 Flood Control-Projects 115.580 Fisheries-Ministry/Agency 786.230 Floodlighting-Military Bases 429.000 Fishing and the Economy 331.321 Floods 429.210 Fishing Disputes 274.150 Floods-Disasters 429.100 Fishing Fleet 333.369 Floods-.Geography 429.110 Fishing Fleet Adaptability to Mil. Use 610.900 Floor Covering-Textiles 737.240 Fishing Fleet Protection, Naval-Org. 625.170 Flooring-Asphalt Tile Products 429.200 Fishing Grounds 624.050 Flooring-Metal Products Fishing Industries Labor, see Subject Modifier 333.340 Flora-Physical Geography 005, Labor Section 453.000-463.900 321.350 Flotation-Chemical Engineering 157.760 Fishing Permits 633.260 Flotation Machines-Mining Machinery 429.220 Fishing Treaties and Agreements 605.100 Flour 656.679 Fishing Vessels 651.350 Flow Control Instruments 319.680 Fission-Nuclear Reactions 657.785 Flow Indicators, Oxygen-Aircraft 684.111 Fission Weapons, Nuclear 651.250 Flow Measuring Instruments 621.335 Fissionable Minerals and Metals 657.680 Flow Meters, Nuclear Aircraft 481.000 Five Year Plans 601.270 Flowers 303.100 Five Year Plans-Science 631.115 Fluid Pumps 673.213 Fixed Bottom Hydroacoustic Equipment 319.130 Fluidity-Physics 589.207 Fixed Radio Companies 319.325 Fluorescence, Light 589.230 Fixed Radio Equipment-System Aspects 640.400 Fluorescent Lamps 589.247 Fixed Radio Networks Using Comma. Sat. 623.940 Fluoride Minerals 589.220 Fixed Radio, Personnel, Military 617.240 Fluorides 589.200 Fixed Radio System 615.480 Fluorinated Compounds-Organic Chemicals 589.255 Fixed Radio System Adaptability to Mil. Use 617.480 Fluorine 589.205 Fixed Radio System Administration and Org. 628.540 Fluorine, Liquid-Rocket Oxidizers 589.210 Fixed Radio Tactics, Military 623.940 Fluorite-Fluoride Minerals 333.366 Fjords-Geography 619.155 Fluorocarbons-Plastics 207.200 Flags-Customs 615.480 Fluoroethane 691.500 Flags-Military Signal Equipment 619.155 Fluoroethylene Polymers-Plastics 625.110 Flagstones 623.940 Fluorspar-Fluoride Minerals 657.350 Flak Curtains, Aircraft 570.000 Flying, Private-Civil Aviation 686.440 Flame Throwers 657.220 Flying Boats 686.457 Flame Throwers, Aerial 657.805 Flying Boom Fueling Equip., Aircraft 319.395 Flames-Physics 691.140 Flying Gear, Military 640.200 Flashlight Lamps 775.100 Flying Training, Air Force 655.220 Flat Cars, Railroad 601.500 Fodder Crops 601.411 Flax Crop 327.220 Fog-Meteorology 610.215 Flax Fabrics 658.200 Fog Dispersal Equip., Airfield 610.115 Flax Thread and Yarn 791.250 Fog Dispersal Facilities, Mil. Airfield 601.443 Flaxseed-Oil Seeds and Nuts Foil, see Subject Modifier 108, 619.100 and 210.215 Flemish Language/Culture 621.000 355.231 Flight, Physiological Aspects of 115.579 Food Industry-Ministry/Agency 355.232 Flight, Psychological Aspects of 271.325 Food Inspection-Sanitation 691.140 Flight Clothing, Military 355.610 Food Poisoning-Human Diseases 775.150 Flight Engineer Training, Air Force 601.000 Food Products 748.114 Flight Engineers-Military Aviation 633.010 Food Products Machinery 657.655 Flight Instruments, Aircraft 271.320 Food Sanitation MARCH /Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 35 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 735.455 Food Services, Military Organization 718.000 Foreign Reaction to Military Policy 274.120 Food Supply, Availability of 177.000 Foreign Relations 343.400 Food Technology 701.440 Foreign Relations-Armed Forces 357.220 Foot and Mouth Disease-Animal Diseases 135.431 Foreign Relations-CP Policy Toward 606.511 Footwear, Leather 720.300 Foreign Relations- Insurgent Movements 608.250 Footwear, Rubber 115.505 Foreign Relations-Ministry/Agency 601.500 Forage Crops 177.000 Foreign Relations-Mother Country and Depend. 255.462 Forced Evacuation-Internal Migration 133.250 Foreign Relations-Pol. Party Policy Toward 157.370 Forced Labor-Gov. Repressive Measures 261.200 Foreign Relations-Private Opinion of 157.370 Forced Labor Camps 163.320 Foreign Relations-Propaganda Theme 504.530 Fords-Highway Transportation 258.200 Foreign Relations-Public Opinion of 327.430 Forecasting, Weather-Meteorology 485.105 Foreign Relations, Commercial 131.300 Forecasts, Election 213.000 Foreign Relations, Cultural 135.235 Foreign Affairs Section, CP 484.000 Foreign Relations, Economic 115.508 Foreign Aid Ministry 309.000 Foreign Relations, Scientific 723.300 Foreign Aid-Hostilities 236.275 Foreign Schools 721.200 Foreign Aid, Anti-Insurgent 493.120 Foreign Technical Aid 493.200 Foreign Aid, Financial 485.000 Foreign Trade 271.035 Foreign Aid, Medical 485.200 Foreign Trade-Agreements 717.000 Foreign Aid, Military 485.110 Foreign Trade-Companies 493.120 Foreign Aid, Technical 485.300 Foreign Trade-Controls 177.140 Foreign Alignments 491.100 Foreign Trade-Controls, Economic Warfare 475.716 Foreign Banking Relations 485.119 Foreign Trade-Curtailment of 135.525 Foreign Com., CP Relations With 481.245 Foreign Trade-Gov. Econ. Planning 135.505 Foreign Com., Training of-CP 115.589 Foreign Trade-Ministry/Agency 135.889 Foreign Com. Groups-CP Fronts 489.150 Foreign Trade-Payments for 135.535 Foreign Com. Reps., CP Contacts With 485.135 Foreign Trade-Statistics 493.130 Foreign Concessions 485.130 Foreign Trade-Zones 489.100 Foreign Exchange 179.450 Foreign Troops in Country, Hegemony 489.110 Foreign Exchange-Controls 702.360 Foreign Troops-Armed Forces Mobilization 489.130 Foreign Exchange-Holdings 261.220 Foreigners-Private Opinion of 489.120 Foreign Exchange-Rates 258.220 Foreigners-Public Opinion of 489.140 Foreign Exchange-Requirements 236.310 Foreigners-Special Students 489.150 Foreign Exchange-Transactions 157.800 Foreigners in Country, Policy Towards 489.151 Foreign Exchange-Transactions, Illegal 355.366 Forensic Medicine 489.160 Foreign Exchange-Treaties 609.000 Forest Products 135.285 Foreign Financial Exchange, CP 349.500 Forestry 135.523 Foreign Governments-CP Relations With 569.200 Forestry-Civil Aviation in 133.530 Foreign Governments-Pol. Pty. Rel. With 481.205 Forestry-Government Economic Planning 475.520 Foreign Indebtedness Forestry-Labor, see Subject Modifier 005, Labor 179.000 Foreign Influence-Hegemony Section 453.000-463.900 495.000 Foreign Investments 115.573 Forestry-Ministry/Agency 481.352 Foreign Investments-Government Control 427.000 Forestry-Practices Foreign Investments-Industry, see Subject 349.100 Forestry-Research Orgs. and Facilities Modifier 031, Chapter VI 333.341 Forests, Distribution of-Geography 702.360 Foreign Legions-Armed Forces Mobilization 367.410 Forging-Metallurgy 493.200 Foreign Loans 631.375 Forging Machinery-Machine Tools 485.125 Foreign Markets Forgings, see Subject Modifier 112, 619.100 717.000 Foreign Military Assistance and 621.000 173.000 Foreign Missions 113.110 Form of Government 179.110 Foreign Penetration, Vulnerability to 615.200 Formaldehyde 159.331 Foreign Press and Radio-Intelligence Source 619.105 Formaldehyde-Plastics PAGE 36 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R00030015 f-4 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 775.240 Formation Flying Training, Air Force 636.400 Frequency Changers-Electrical Equip. 367.420 Forming, Explosive-Metallurgy 651.150 Frequency Measuring Equipment 631.445 Forming Dies-Machine Tool Accessories 331.400 Fresh Wafer Biology 631.445 Forming Tools-Machine Tool Accessories 319.840 Friction-Matter 779.400 Forms, Supply-Military Logistics 319.095 Friction-Physics 788.000 Fortifications 135.661 Friction Between Party Members, CP 373.200 Fortifications-Military Engineering 321.445 Friedel Synthesis-Chemical Reaction 788.050 Fortified Villages 485.240 Friendship, Commerce and Navig. Agreements 485.110 Forwarding Companies 183.725 Friendship Organizations, International 625.271 Foundry Clay-Refractory Products 139.800 Friendship Societies 633.130 Foundry Equipment 656.130 Frigates 621.108 Foundry Iron 210.245 Frisian Language/Culture 623.200 Foundry Sand 135.507 Front Orgs.-CP Relations With 603.150 Fowl-Livestock 135.700 Front Orgs., National and Internat.-CP 357.225 Fowl Plague-Animal Diseases Frontier, see Border 321.320 Fractional Distillation 606.400 Frozen Animal Products 315.150 Fractions 495.200 Frozen Assets 355.720 Fractures-Human Injuries 605.300 Frozen Plant Products 367.240 Fracturing-Metallurgy 204.100 Frugality-National Traits 688.590 Fragmentation Warheads, Guided Missile 605.460 Fruit Juices 636.500 Frames-Electrical Rotating Equipment 601.300 Fruits 654.310 Frames-Motor Vehicle 628.192 Fuel Briquettes 621.425 Franklinite-Manganese Ore 782.220 Fuel Consumption Factors, Logistics 621.545 Franklinite-Zinc Ore 565.250 Fuel Consumption Factors-Civil Aircraft 319.415 Free Energy-Thermodynamics 787.400 Fuel Depots, Military 681.540 Free Flight Rockets-Ground Weapon 657.675 Fuel Gauges, Aircraft 654.413 Free Piston Engines, Motor Vehicle Fuel Industries Labor, see Subject Modifier 485.130 Free Ports 007, Labor Section 453.000-463.900 Free Turbine Aircraft, see Specific Aircraft 631.040 Fuel Injection Engines Types, 657.000 Section 654.422 Fuel Injection Equip., Vehicle Engine 657.420 Free Turbine Aircraft Engines 628.245 Fuel Oil 113.220 Freedom of Culture and Education 628.340 Fuel Oil, Synthetic 113.211 Freedom of Press and Radio 657.655 Fuel Quantity Gauges, Aircraft 113.280 Freedom of Religion 658.100 Fuel Servicing Equip., Airfield 113.210 Freedom of Speech and Assembly 657.790 Fuel System Equip., Aircraft 343.440 Freezing-Food Technology 654.422 Fuel System Equip., Vehicle Engine 319.395 Freezing Point-Physics 565.420 Fueling-Civil Aviation 655.220 Freight Cars, Railroad 507.420 Fueling-Highway Transp. 567.110 Freight Handling-Civil Aviation 538.400 Fueling-Inland Water Transportation 509.100 Freight Handling-Highway Transp. System 551.400 Fueling-Merchant Marine 538.300 Freight Handling-Inland Ports 791.265 Fueling-Military Airfields 551.310 Freight Handling-Maritime Ports 522.420 Fueling-Railway Transp. 791.235 Freight Handling-Military Airfields 688.811 Fueling Equipment, Guided Missile 524.100 Freight Handling-Railway Transp. System 628.000 Fuels 571.200 Freight Traffic, Civil Air 115.625 Fuels-Ministry/Agency 510.200 Freight Traffic, Highway 628.520 Fuels, Rocket 539.200 Freight Traffic, Inland Water 628.500 Fuels, Special and High Performance 553.300 Freight Traffic, Maritime 623.300 Fuller's Earth 525.200 Freight Traffic, Railway 325.210 Fumaroles-Geology 210.065 French Language/Culture 617.120 Fuming Nitric Acid 615.510 Freons 617.100 Fuming Sulfuric Oleum 371.325 Frequency Allocations-Radio Engineering 315.350 Functional Equations-Mathematics MARCH 1967 PAGE 37 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 357.230 Fungal Toxico sis-Animal Diseases 649.900 Gas Analyzers, Laboratory 345.700 Fungi-Botan y 686.453 Gas Bombs 619.322 Fungicides 369.900 Gas Engineering 421.350 Fungicides, U se of-Farm Methods 355.620 Gas Gangrene-Human Diseases 355.650 Fungus Infect ions-Human Diseases 686.620 Gas Masks 606.520 Fur 651.250 Gas Meters 603.210 Fur Bearing A nimals 628.245 Gas Oil 619.170 Furane Resins -Plastics 628.340 Gas Oil, Synthetic 615.210 Furfural 633.310 Gas Pipeline Equipment 628.530 Furfural Alco hol-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 578.000 Gas Pipelines 617.840 Furnace Blac k 654.412 Gas Turbine Engines, Motor Vehicle 649.100 Furnaces-C hemical Laboratory Apparatus 655.141 Gas Turbine Engines, Locomotive 633.090 Furnaces-S pecial Industry 656.814 Gas Turbine Engines, Marine 694.100 Furniture and Fixtures 655.140 Gas Turbine Locomotives 657.310 Fuselages, Ai rcraft 631.030 Gas Turbines 688.220 Fuselages, G uided Missile 631.470 Gas Welders 683.300 Fuses, Air W eapon 633.280 Gas Well Drilling Machinery 638.000 Fuses, Electri cal 633.185 Gaseous Diffusion Isotope Separation Equip. 657.695 Fuses, Electri cal-Aircraft 608.220 Gaskets-Mechanical Rubber Goods 681.685 Fuses, Groun d Weapon 625.240 Gaskets, Asbestos 688.400 Fuses, Guide d Missile 628.220 Gasoline 682.600 Fuses, Naval Weapon 628.310 Gasoline, Synthetic 319.690 Fusion-Nuc lear Reactions 628.230 Gasoline Additives 684.115 Fusion Weap ons, Nuclear 631.040 Gasoline Engines 210.050 Gaelic Lang uage/Culture 657.410 Gasoline Engines, Aircraft 663.000 Galactic Veh icles 654:41 1 Gasoline Engines, Motor Vehicle 621.405 Galena-Le ad Ore 628.530 Gasoline Rocket Fuels, Liquid 621.365 Gallium 355.690 Gastroenteritis-Human Diseases 315.200 Galois Grou p Theory-Algebra 355.370 Gastroenterology? Branch of Medicine Galvanized Products, see Subject Modifier 624.050 Gates-Metal Products S l 114, 619. 100 and 621.000 519.610 ys. way Gauge, Description of-Rai 633.105 Galvanizing Pots 519.510 Gauge Changes, Internat.-Railway Sys. 319.455 Galvanoelec tricity 519.610 Gauge Changes Within Country-Railway Sys. 651.150 Galvanomet ers 651.400 Gauges-Measuring Tools 315.950 Games, The ory of 657.785 Gauges, Oxygen-Aircraft 319.660 Gamma Ray s-Physics 333.735 Gazetteers-Cartography 355.680 Gangrene- Human Diseases 631.330 Gear Cutting Machines-Machine Tools 355.620 Gangrene, Gas-Human Diseases 631.230 Gears-Transmission Equipment 507.410 Garages- Highway Transp. System 649.621 Geiger Counters-Nuclear Physics Equip. 619.311 Garbage- Fertilizers 606.990 Gelatine-Animal Products 601.200 Garden Cro ps 623.500 Gem Stones 624.150 Garden Too ls 485.230 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 623.500 Garnet-G em and Ornamental Stones 631.000 General Purpose Machinery and Equipment 623.420 Garnet-Si licate Abrasives 737.233 General Store-Naval Forces-Organization 628.420 Gas, Manuf actured 636.200 Generator-Set Units 319.160 Gas, Mecha nics of-Physics 636.100 Generators 628.410 Gas, Natur al 657.695 Generators-Aircraft 617.700 Gas, NEC 685.230 Generators-Biological Warfare Equip. 271.295 Gas, Noxio us-Control Measures 686.430 Generators-Chemical Warfare Equip. 686.100 Gas, War 654.424 Generators-Motor Vehicle 325.513 Gas Analys is-Geological Exploration 656.839 Generators-Ship Propulsion Equip. 651.900 Gas Analyz ers 685.241 Generators, Aerial-Biological War Equip. PAGE 38 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R00030015MNH-41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 686.451 Generators, Aerial-Chemical Warfare Equip. 331.350 Glacial Melt-Hydrology 684.231 Generators, Aerial-Nuclear Warfare Equip. 333.365 Glaciers, Coastal-Physical Geography 343.200 Genetics-Biology 333.315 Glaciers, Inland-Physical Geography 355.695 Genito-Urinary System Diseases, Human 333.310 Glaciology-Physical Geography 323.400 Geochemistry 357.235 Glanders-Animal Diseases 333.700 Geodesy 355.620 Glanders-Human Diseases 333.701 Geodesy-Organizations and Facilities 347.230 Glands-Human Physiology 646.900 Geodetic Instruments 355.630 Glandular Fever-Human Diseases 333.714 Geodetic Surveys and Surveying Techniques 610.240 Glass Fabrics 325.220 Geodynamics, External-Geology 633.420 Glass Manufacturing Machinery 325.210 Geodynamics, Internal-Geology 625.210 Glass Products, Nonstructural 646.900 Geoelectric Geophysics Instruments 625.130 Glass Products, Structural 504.400 Geographic Distribution-Highway Network 623.200 Glass Sand 533.300 Geographic Distribution-Inland Waterway 610.140 Glass Thread and Yarn 255.200 Geographic Distribution-Population 625.130 Glassbricks 519.300 Geographic Distribution-Railway Network 625.213 Glassware, Laboratory 333.100 Geographic Organizations and Facilities 657.240 Gliders 333.440 Geographic Place Names 775.160 Gliding-Air Force Training 333.000 Geography and Cartography 570.400 Gliding-Civil Aviation 325.510 Geological Exploration and Prospecting 631.525 Globe Gate Valves-Steam Equipment 646.200 Geological Instruments, Except Prospecting 333.735 Glossaries-Cartography 646.500 Geological Instruments, Prospecting 610.300 Gloves 325.100 Geological Organizations and Facilities 605.980 Glucose-Processed Plant Products 325.000 Geology 619.945 Glue 115.637 Geology-Ministry/Agency 367.435 Gluing-Metallurgy 646.900 Geomagnetic Instruments 615.140 Glycerine 323.710 Geomagnetic Stations 615.140 Glycerols 323.700 Geomagnetism 615.410 Glycine Acid 319.310 Geometrical Optics 615.140 Glycols 315.250 Geometry 615.240 Glyoxal 333.310 Geomorphology-Physical Geography 473.000 GNP 619.145 Geon-Plastics 606.120 Goat Meat 646.500 Geophones-Prospecting Instruments 603.130 Goats- Livestock 323.200 Geophysical Expeditions 621.105 Goethite-Iron Ore 646.000 Geophysical Instruments 694.300 Goggles, Safety 323.100 Geophysical Organizations and Facilities 355.660 Goiter-Human Diseases 646.500 Geophysical Prospecting Instruments 621.385 Gold 323.000 Geophysics 489.100 Gold and Foreign Exchange 103.700 Geopolitics-Political Thought 489.151 Gold Dealings, Illegal 646.900 Georadioactive Instruments 489.130 Gold Holdings 210.535 Georgian Language/Culture 489.300 Gold Movements, International 646.900 Geothermological Instruments 489.160 Gold Treaties and Agreements 355.375 Geriatrics-Branch of Medicine 157.750 Good Conduct Cards Germ Warfare, see Biological Warfare 173.300 Goodwill Missions 210.220 German Language/Culture 333.314 Gorges-Geography 355.630 German Measles-Human Disease 355.660 Gout-Human Diseases 621.375 Germanium 721.000 Government-Anti-Insurgent Measures 621.375 Germantite-Germanium Ore 475.400 Government-Appropriations and Expenditures 619.240 Germicides-Drugs 475.200 Government-Budget 345.220 Germination-Plant Physiology 403.135 Government-Building Construction 347.240 Gestation-Human Physiology 115.800 Government-Buildings 325.210 Geysers-Geology 161.340 Government-Buildings-Sabotage Target MARCH A 'roved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 39 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 155.200 Government-CD Dispersal of 303.000 Government-Scientific Policy 123.100 Government-Central-Local Relationships 143.100 Government-Support for 113.300 Government-Centralization vs. Decentral. 143.210 Government-Vulnerability to Communism 135.541 Government-CP Penetration of 735.025 Government, Military 135.523 Government-CP Relations with Government Employees, see Subject Modifier 143.300 Government-Dissension within 011, Labor Section 453.000-463.900 481.300 Government-Economic Controls 113.500 Government in Exile 481.000 Government-Economic Planning 459.400 Government Seizure-Labor Disputes 469.000 Government-Economic Programs, General 133.523 Governments, Foreign-CP Rel. with 475.000 Government-Finance 133.530 Governments, Foreign-Pol. Party Rel. with 113.110 Government-Form of 123.000 Governments, Municipal and Provincial 115.200 Government-Head of 633.300 Graders-Construction Machinery 131.700 Government- Interference in Nat. Elections 601.100 Grain Crops 459.400 Government-Intervention in Labor Disputes 623.100 Granite 173.000 Government-Missions 631.160 Granulators-Pulverizing Machinery 115.000 Government-Organization 625.250 Graphite Basic Products 133.600 Government-Pol. Party Rel. with 625.250 Graphite Electrodes 589.510 Government-Policy-Aeronautical Radio 625.272 Graphite Refractories 593.310 Government-Policy-Airborne Radar System 601.510 Grasses, Meadow and Pasture 136.210 Government-Policy-Anticommunism 624.050 Gratings-Metal Products 702.210 Government-Policy-Armed Forces Manpower 623.200 Gravel 560.300 Government-Policy-Civil Aviation 325.512 Gravimetric Geological Exploration 585.300 Government-Policy-Communication Systems 323.810 Gravimetric Stations 702.410 Government-Policy-Demobilization 333.714 Gravimetric Surveys and Surveying Techniques 475.100 Government-Policy-Finance 319.105 Gravitation-Physics 593.110 Government-Policy-Ground Radar System 321.250 Gravity, Specific-Chemistry 502.300 Government-Policy-Highway Transp. System 319.095 Gravity, Specific-Physics Government-Policy-Industry, see Subject 323.800 Gravity, Terrestrial Modifier 069, Chapter VI 631.530 Grease and Oil Pumps 531.300 Government-Policy-Inland Water Transp. 631.530 Grease Guns 453.000 Government-Policy-Labor 606.620 GreaseStearin-Animal Fats and Oils 589.410 Government-Policy-Maritime Radio 628.255 Greases, Lubricating 545.300 Government-Policy-Merchant Marine 628.350 Greases, Lubricating-Synthetic 303.1 10 Government-Policy-Nuclear Scientific 233.090 Greek Christian Faith 586.100 Government-Policy-Postal System 210.125 Greek Language/Culture 589.110 Government-Policy-Radio Broadcasting 621.275 Greenockite-Cadmium Ore 589.710 Government-Policy-Radio Telephone 681.125 Grenade Launchers, Infantry Antitank 517.300 Government-Policy-Railway Transp. System 681.560 Grenades 593.210 Government-Policy-Shipborne Radar Sys. 681.170 Grenades, Antitank 303.120 Government-Policy-Space Scientific 685.220 Grenades, Biological Warfare 598.100 Government-Policy-Submarine Cable 686.420 Grenades, Chemical Warfare 588.100 Government-Policy-Telegraph System 684.220 Grenades, Nuclear Warfare 587.100 Government-Policy-Telephone System 624.050 Grills-Metal Products 591.100 Government-Policy-Television System 321.315 Grinding-Chemical Engineering 501.300 Government-Policy-Transportation System 631.335 Grinding Machines-Machine Tools 133.610 Government-Regulation of Pol. Parties 631.160 Grinding Machines-Pulverizing Machinery 701.410 Government-Relations with Armed Forces 625.230 Grinding Wheels 143.200 Government-Relations with Communism 623.450 Grit-Artificial Abrasives 444.000 Government-Relations with Industry 631.170 Grizzlies-Screening Machinery 133.600 Government- Relations- Politico I Party 473.400 Gross National Investment by Econ. Sector 157.300 Government-Repressive Measures 473.000 Gross National Product 475.300 Government-Revenue 595.210 Ground Acoustic System PAGE 40 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015fY 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 673.222 Ground Aeroacoustic Equipment 775.310 Ground Crew Training, Air Force 744.525 Ground Forces-Air Support Tactics 789.000 Ground Forces-Installations 736.000 Ground Forces-Organization 744.170 Ground Forces-Tactics 773.000 Ground Forces-Training 673.213 Ground Hydroacoustic Equipment 673.102 Ground Infrared Equipment 595.110 Ground Infrared System 673.320 Ground Magnetic Equipment 595.310 Ground Magnetic System 682.320 Ground Mines, Naval 595.410 Ground Photoelectric System 670.100 Ground Radar Equipment 593.100 Ground Radar System 593.170 Ground Radar Sys. Adaptability to Mil. Use 668.210 Ground Radio Receivers 668.310 Ground Radio Transmitter-Receivers 668.110 Ground Radio Transmitters 623.410 Ground Sand-Silica Abrasives 657.695 Ground Starting Units, Aircraft 333.711 Ground Surveys and Surveying Techniques 669.210 Ground Television Receivers 669.110 Ground Television Transmitters 775.300 Ground Training, Air Force 681.000 Ground Weapons and Ammunition 473.600 Growth, National Economic 619.194 GRS-Synthetic Rubber 619.410 Guanidine Picrate-High Explosives 739.210 Guards, Border 739.210 Guards, Coastal 739.220 Guards, Interior 786.230 Guards, Military Base 608.100 Guayule-Crude Rubber 770.110 Guerrilla Warfare Training 744.102 Guerrilla Warfare Tactics and Operations 739.400 Guerrillas-Armed Force Organization 135.247 Guerrillas-CP Activities 135.249 Guerrillas-CP Training 133.925 Guerrillas-Political Party Training Guerrillas, Subject Modifier 167. For various applications, see list of subject modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 688.300 Guidance Systems Equip., Guided Missile 333.230 Guide Books and Reports-Geography 791.370 Guided Missile Airfields 688.010 Guided Missile Materials, General 788.512 Guided Missile Static Test Facility 688.000 Guided Missiles Guided Missiles-Activities Related to, Subject Modifier 078. For various applications, see list of subject modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 369.820 Guided Missiles-Countermeasures 744.085 Guided Missiles-Defense Tactics 369.800 Guided Missiles-Eng. 369.810 Guided Missiles-Eng. Orgs. and Facilities 688.400 Guided Missiles-Fuses 688.300 Guided Missiles-Guidance Equipment 674.220 Guided Missiles-Guidance Jamming Equip. 688.815 Guided Missiles-Handling/Transport Equip. 688.830 Guided Missiles- Launching Equipment 788.500 Guided Missiles-Launching Sites 788.540 Guided Missiles-Launchings 740.000 Guided Missiles-Mil. Organization 744.080 Guided Missiles-Mil. Tactics 770.400 Guided Missiles-Mil. Training 115.537 Guided Missiles-Ministry/Agency 714.400 Guided Missiles-Policy 688.700 Guided Missiles-Propulsion Equipment 688.820 Guided Missiles-Testing Equip. 677.300 Guided Missiles-Tracking Equipment 656.641 Guided Missiles-Tracking Ships 788.542 Guided Missiles-Tracking Stations 210.505 Gujarati Language/Culture 333.364 Gulfs-Physical Geography 628.230 Gum Inhibitors-Gasoline Additives 612.290 Gummed Papers 654.220 Gun Carriages, Self Propelled 683.210 Gun Fire Control Equipment, Aircraft 681.640 Gun Fire Control Equipment, Ground 682.510 Gun Fire Control Equipment, Naval 619.410 Gun Powders 788.210 Gun Sites, Coastal Defense 683.135 Gun Turrets, Aircraft 654.330 Gun Turrets, Vehicle 737.222 Gunboat Forces-Organization 748.113 Gunners-Military Aviation 691.400 Gunnery Mockups, Military 775.230 Gunnery Operational Training, Air Force 772.000 Gunnery Ranges 775.140 Gunnery Training, Air Force 683.000 Guns, Aircraft 681.000 Guns, Ground 682.100 Guns, Naval 608.100 Gutta-Percha-Crude Rubber 355.420 Gynecology-Branch of Medicine 625.150 Gypsum Products 623.930 Gypsum Rock 657.655 Gyro Instruments, Aircraft MARCH 1 PAGE 41 proved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 619.264 Heliomycin-Drugs 504.500 Highway Structures, Description of 567.300 Heliports-Civil 502.500 Highway Transp. Adaptability to Mil. Use 791.050 Heliports-Military 115.651 Highway Transp. Ministry/Agency 617.745 Helium 502.000 Highway Transp. System 619.321 Hellebore-Insecticides 780.100 Highway Transp. System, Military 210.110 Hellenic Languages/Cultures 504.000 Highways 691.110 Helmets, Military Highways, see also Roads 694.300 Helmets, Safety 333.363 Hills, Coastal-Geography 646.500 Helmholtz Coil-Prospecting Instruments 333.313 Hills, Inland-Geography 621.105 Hematite-Iron Ore 210.505 Hindu Language/Culture 649.200 Hemoglobinometers 233.305 Hinduism 347.210 Hemolymph-Human Physiology 624.150 Hinges-Hardware and Hand Tools 649.200 Hemometers 355.385 Histology-Branch of Medicine 355.665 Hemophilia-Human Diseases 325.300 Historical Geology 355.630 Hemorrhagic Fevers-Human Diseases 101.000 History 355.680 Hemorrhoids-Human Diseases 245.000 History as a Social Science 357.240 Hemosporidiosis-Animal Diseases 560.100 History, Civil Aviation 355.380 Hemotology-Branch of Medicine 585.100 History, Communication System 347.210 Hemotology-Human Physiology 135.203 History, CP 601.405 Hemp Crop 502.100 History, Highway Transportation System 610.215 Hemp Fabrics 531.100 History, Inland Water Transp. 610.115 Hemp Thread and Yarn 159.120 History, Intelligence 601.453 Hempseed-Oil Seeds and Nuts 545.100 History, Merchant Marine 601.413 Henequen Crop 701.100 History, Military 271.110 Hepatitis-Disease Incidence 163.052 History, Propaganda 355.630 Hepatitis-Human Disease 517.100 History, Railway Transportation System 343.200 Heredity-Biology 161.052 History, Sabotage 347.240 Hermaphroditism- Human Physiology 305.000 History, Science 355.690 Hernia-Human Diseases 501.100 History, Transportation System 355.630 Herpes Zoster-Human Diseases 357.245 Hog Cholera-Animal Diseases 319.510 Hertzian Waves-Magnetism 606.620 Hog Grease-Animal Fats and Oils 621.485 Hessite-Silver Ore 603.120 Hogs-Livestock 606.500 Hides, Animal 631.190 Hoists 355.381 High Altitude Medicine 656.753 Hoists-Ship Components 625.271 High-Alumina Brick-Refractory Products 475.722 Holdings, Bank and Treasury 683.190 High Explosive Bombs, Aircraft 489.130 Holdings, Foreign Exchange and Gold 688.530 High Explosive Warheads, Guided Missile 207.100 Holidays and Celebrations, National 619.410 High Explosives 681.105 Home Made and Hand-to-Hand Combat Weapons 628.500 High Performance Fuels 401.300 Home Made Goods Industry Organization 319.060 High Temperature as a Physics Technique 115.501 Home Ministry/Agency 657.695 High Temperature Insulation, Aircraft 682.500 Homing Devices-Naval Weapons 625.223 High Temperature Material-Cermets/Ceramic 688.350 Homing Guided Missile Guidance Equip. 625.293 High Temperature Materials, Non-Metallic 625.230 Hones-Abrasive 621.201 High Temperature Non-Ferrous Metals 606.960 Honey-Animal Products 319.395 High Temperature Phenomena Honeycomb Structure, see Subject Modifier 621.140 High Temperature Steels 1 1 1, 619.100 and 621.000 630.160 High Tension Lines, Electric Power 631.335 Honing Machines-Machine Tools 236.211 Higher Education 619.222 Hormones 333.363 Highlands, Coastal-Geography 659.200 Horse-Drawn Vehicles 363.100 Highway Engineering 513.000 Horse-Drawn Vehicles-Highway Transp. Sys. 363.110 Highway Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 603.140 Horses-Livestock 504.000 Highway Networks 349.300 Horticulture MARCH Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 43 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 608.220 Hose-Mechanical Rubber Goods 688.600 Hydraulic Equipment-Guided Missiles 403.145 Hospital Construction 628.290 Hydraulic Fluids, Non-Petroleum Base 694.100 Hospital Furniture 628.290 Hydraulic Fluids, Petroleum 645.200 Hospital Medical Equipment 657.675 Hydraulic Gauges, Aircraft 656.670 Hospital Ships 631.380 Hydraulic Presses-Machine Tools 624.350 Hospital Utensils 617.040 Hydrazine 271.170 Hospitals 628.530 Hydrazine-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 723.000 Hostilities 615.610 Hydrazo Compounds 720.400 Hostilities, Domestic 628:270 Hydrocarbon Gases, Petroleum 725.000 Hostilities, Effect of 615.010 Hydrocarbons-Organic Chemicals 639.000 Hot Cathode Converters-Electrical Equip. 617.110 Hydrochloric Muriatic Acid 325.210 Hot Springs-Geology 628.230 Hydrocodimer-Gasoline Additives 457.200 Hours of Work-Labor 619.321 Hydrocyanic Acid- Insecticides 694.800 Household Electrical Appliances 319.140 Hydrodynamics-Physics 694.100 Household Furniture 630.118 Hydroelectric Power Plants 473.700 Household Income, Disposition of 617.160 Hydrofluoric Acid 255.332 Housewives-Population Data 619.905 Hydrofluoric Acid-Catalysts 135.611 Housing-CP 656.240 Hydrofoil Boat-Minor Combatant 457.320 Housing-Labor Benefits 321.409 Hydroforming-Chemical Reaction 752.200 Housing-Military Personnel 617.720 Hydrogen 274.140 Housing Conditions 628.530 Hydrogen, Liquid-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 403.155 Housing Construction 684.115 Hydrogen Bombs 681.305 Howitzers 686.155 Hydrogen Cyanide-War Gases 621.525 Hueberite-Tungsten Ore 617.320 Hydrogen Peroxide 656.705 Hulls and Decks-Ship Components 628.540 Hydrogen Peroxide-Rocket Oxidizers 271.070 Human Disease Incidence 321,454 Hydrogenation-Chemical Reaction 355.600 Human Diseases, Injuries, Causes of Death 538.350 Hydrographic Data-.Inland Ports 369.520 Human Engineering-Aeronautics 551.350 Hydrographic Data-Maritime Ports 385.200 Human Engineering-Astronautics 791.035 Hydrographic Data-Mil. Seaplane Bases 361.000 Human Engineering-General 331.100 Hydrographic Organizations and Facilities 355.910 Human Experiments-Medicine 737.600 Hydrographic Services, Naval-Organization 347.200 Human Physiology-Zoology 333.712 Hydrographic Surveys and Surveying Techniques 236.263 Humanities Education 331.000 Hydrography 321.330 Humidification-Chemical Engineering 331.000 Hydrology 327.210 Humidity-Meteorology 321.457 Hydrolysis-Chemical Reaction 651.350 Humidity Control Instruments 651.900 Hydrometers 657.775 Humidity Equipment, Aircraft Cabin 357.260 Hydrophobia-Animal Diseases 204.100 Humor-National Traits 628.230 Hydropolymers-Gasoline Additives 210.030 Hungarian Language/Culture 619.235 Hydroquinone-Drugs 744.340 Hunter-Killer Groups-Naval Tactics 319.135 Hydrostatics-Physics 403.600 Hunting Industry 615.400 Hydroxy-Acids 157.760 Hunting Permits 615.240 Hydroxy-Aldehydes and Ketones 327.255 Hurricanes 615.420 Hydroxyamino Acids 274.150 Hurricanes-Disasters 619.130 Hydroxyethyl Cellulose-Plastics 355.650 Hydatid Diseases-Human Diseases 615.420 Hydroxyketo Acids 617.020 Hydrate of Soda 271.000 Hygiene-Health and Welfare 617.050 Hydrated Lime 271.275 Hygiene, Industrial 321.451 Hydration-Chemical Reaction 271.290 Hygiene, Infant, Child, and Maternal 657.730 Hydraulic Actuating Equip., Aircraft 271.280 Hygiene, Rural 363.450 Hydraulic Engineering 271.285 Hygiene, Tropical 363.460 Hydraulic Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 651.100 Hygrometric Instruments 656.730 Hydraulic Equipment-Ship Components 315.350 Hyperelliptic Functions-Mathematics PAGE 44 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R00030015 b }'j? 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 319.760 Hyperons-Physics 355.700 Impetigo-Human Diseases 355.680 Hypertensive Diseases-Human Disease 485.310 Imports-Controls 619.230 Hypnotics-Drugs 491.100 Imports-Controls-Economic Warfare 617.825 Hypochlorites of Calcium and Sodium 485.155 Imports-Smuggling 617.110 Hypochlorous Acid Imports-Statistics/Data, see Subject Modifier 319.445 Hysteresis-Electricity 066, Chapter VI for Specific Commodities 319.500 Hysteresis-Magnetism 485.137 Imports and Exports-Statistics/Data 688.141 ICBM 157.310 Imprisonment-Gov. Repressive Measures 619.987 Ice-Commodity Aspect 157.840 Imprisonment of Foreigners 333.365 Ice, Coastal-Geography 347.220 Inanition-Human Physiology 331.340 Ice, Fresh Water-Hydrology 640.100 Incandescent Lamps/Bulbs 333.315 Ice, Inland-Geography 686.200 Incendiary Agents 329.500 Ice, Sea-Oceanography 686.455 Incendiary Bombs 608.230 Ice Bags 161.230 Incendiary Devices, Sabotage 656.625 Ice Breakers 457.310 Incentives, Labor 329.500 Ice Islands, Floating-Oceanography 722.110 Incidents, Border 363.368 Ice Mechanics-Structural Engineering 722.000 Incidents, Territorial 403.200 Ice Plants 657.655 Inclinometers, Aircraft 657.820 Ice Preventive Equipment, Aircraft 457.100 Income-Labor 657.820 Ice Removal Equipment, Aircraft 473.700 Income, Household-Disposition 623.720 Iceland Spar-Calcium Minerals 473.300 Income by Economic Share-GNP 210.225 Icelandic Language/Culture 475.520 Indebtedness to Foreign Countries 157.710 Identity Papers, Civilian 105.100 Independence 135.219 Identity Papers, CP 210.505 Indian Languages/Cultures 157.740 Identity Papers, Military 210.640 Indian, Latin American- Languages/Cultures 135.621 Ideological Disputes, CP 210.635 Indian, North American- Languages/Cultures 303.200 Ideological Interference-Science 651.000 Indicating Instruments 103.000 Ideologies-Political Thought 615.850 Indigo-Dyes 133.120 Ideologies-Political Party 621.395 Indium 670.000 IFF Radar Equipment 491.220 Individuals Involved in Illegal Trade 619.145 Igelit-Plastics Indoctrination, Pol.-Armed Forces, use Subject 654.424 Ignition Equipment, Motor Vehicle Modifier 135, 157.613 255.425 Illegal Entry and Exit 135.501 Indoctrination, Pol.-CP 489.151 Illegal Foreign Exchange Transactions Indoctrination, Pol.-CP Front Orgs., see Specific 491.220 Illegal Trade, Companies involved in Fronts following 135.700 621.475 Illinium-Rare Earth Metals 236.110 Indoctrination, Pol.-Education 369.900 Illumination Engineering 723.620 Indoctrination, Pol.-POW's 621.515 Ilmenite-Titanium Ore 157.613 Indoctrination, Pol.-Security Programs 315.200 Imaginaries and Complex Quantities Theory 651.150 Inductance Meters and Standards 615.580 (mines 319.510 Induction Currents-Magnetism 455.174 Immigrants-Special Labor Groups 619.115 Indur-Plastics 255.421 Immigration and Emigration 457.330 Industrial Accidents 255.542 Immigration, Control of 401.400 Industrial Combines 619.270 Immunizing Agents-Drugs 481.340 Industrial Combines-Government Control 355.390 Immunology-Branch of Medicine 601.400 Industrial Crops 788.543 Impact Area, Missile Launchings 623.440 Industrial Diamonds-Carbon Abrasives 367.240 Impact-Metallurgy 403.000 Industrial Enterprises NEC 319.095 Impact-Physics 161.330 Industrial Facilities-Sabotage Target 277.410 Impact of Communism, Social Industrial Facilities, see Subject Modifier 025, 277.420 Impact of Industrialization, Social Chapter VI 117.110 Impeachment Powers, Legislative Branch Industrial Facilities, Experimental, see Subject 135.421 Imperialism, CP Policy Toward Modifier 081, Chapter VI Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 439.200 Industrial Facilities, Underground 357.250 Infectious Equine Anemia-Animal Diseases Industrial Facilities, Underground, see Subject 355.630 Infectious Hepatitis Modifier 026, Chapter VI 271.110 Infectious Hepatitis-Incidence 744.154 Industrial Facilities Camouflage 159.761 Infiltration of Agents-Covert Intell. Ops. 403.130 Industrial Facilities Construction 179.410 Infiltration of Military Forces-Hegemony 631.200 Industrial Factory Trucks 333.660 Infiltration Routes-Military Geography 271.190 Industrial Hospitals 770.750 Infiltration Training 271.275 Industrial Hygiene 315.350 Infinite Series-Mathematics Industrial Labor, see Subject Modifier 008, 475.820 Inflation Labor Section 453.000-463.900 179.200 Influence, Cultural-Hegemony 631.000 Industrial Machinery and Equipment 179.300 Influence, Economic-Hegemony 435.200 Industrial Management 179.400 Influence, Military-Hegemony 355.400 Industrial Medicine 179.100 Influence, Political-Hegemony 619.975 Industrial Micro-Organisms and Enzymes 688.420 Influence Fuses, Guided Missile 173.400 Industrial Missions 355.630 Influenza-Human Diseases Industrial Organization, see Subject Modifier 271.115 I nfluenza-Incidence 024, Chapter VI 157.500 Information-Censorship of 135.829 Industrial Organizations, CP Front 159.330 Information-Intelligence Sources 183.045 Industrial Organizations, International 115.515 Information-Ministry/Agency 157.410 Industrial Processes-Release Restrictions 157.400 Information-Release Restrictions 435.220 Industrial Products-Standardization 311.310 Information-Storage and Retrieval Centers 245.300 Industrial Psychology 311.300 Information-Storage, Control, Retrieval 443.000 Industrial Statistics NEC 173.900 Information Missions 439.200 Industrial Underground Installations NEC 463.100 Information Services, Labor 277.420 Industrialization, Social Impact of 159.339 Informers-Intelligence Source 381.230 Industry-Applications of Atomic Energy 157.120 Informers, System of-Internal Security 135,553 Industry-CP Penetration of 673.180 Infrared Countermeasure Equip. 135.405 Industry-CP Policy Toward 595.100 Infrared Detection, Location, and Control 471.330 Industry-Distribution of 673.100 Infrared Detection Devices 481.201 Industry-Economic Planning 694.190 Infrared Film 471.320 Industry-Economic Self-Sufficiency 683.212 Infrared Fire Control Equip., Aircraft Gun 481.341 Industry-Gov. Favoritism and Interference 681.655 Infrared Fire Control Equip., Ground Weapon 481.340 Industry-Government Controls 682.512 Infrared Fire Control Equip., Naval Gun 115.585 Industry-Ministry/Agency 683.317 Infrared Fuses, Aircraft Gun/Rocket 439.000 Industry-Mobilization NEC 683.327 Infrared Fuse, Bomb 401.000 Industry-Organization 682.647 Infrared Fuse, Depth Charge 133.210 Industry-Political Party Policy Toward 681.735 Infrared Fuses, Field Rocket 471.330 Industry-Regional Interdependence of 688.421 Infrared Fuses, Guided Missile 444.000 Industry-Relations With Gov. 682.617 Infrared Fuses, Naval Ammunition 115.605 Industry, Heavy-Ministry/Agency 682.637 Infrared Fuses, Naval Mine 115.607 Industry, Light-Ministry/Agency 682.627 Infrared Fuses, Torpedo 606.620 Inedible Animal Fats and Oils 688.350 Infrared Guided Missile Guidance Equip. 688.350 Inertial Guided Missile Guidance Equip. 355.840 Infrared Radiation-Physiotherapy 672.100 Inertial Navigation Equipment 319.261 Infrared Radiation-Sources 271.290 Infant Hygiene 319.262 Infrared Radiation-Target Emission 736.100 Infantry-Organization 333.715 Infrared Surveying and Surveying Techniques 744.180 Infantry-Tactics 319.260 Infrared Waves 773.100 Infantry-Training 623.410 Infusorial Earth-Silica Abrasives 681.110 Infantry Antitank Weapons 355.600 Injuries, Human 681.160 Infantry Antitank Weapons-Ammunition 619.965 Inks, Printing 681.130 Infantry Antitank Weapons-Components 788.010 Inland Fortifications 355.605 Infectious Diseases, Human 538.000 Inland Ports Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 533.100 Inland Waterways 183.605 Insurgent Movements International 531.500 Inland Waterways-Adaptability to Mil. Use , 720.120 Insurgent Movements Logistics and Co 115.649 Inland Waterways-Ministry/Agency 533.000 Inland Waterways-Network mmo. 720.250 Insurgent Movements Rels. W/Domestic Grps. 533.400 Inland Waterways-Structures 720.300 Insurgent Relations With Foreign Nations 531.000 Inland Waterways-Transp. System 333.366 Inlets-Geography 608.210 Inner Tubes 135.513 Insurrectionary Groups, CP Assoc. With 143.140 Insurrections 721.100 Insurrections, Use of Armed Forces Against 271.160 Inoculation-Disease Control 315.350 Integral Calculus 617.000 Inorganic Chemicals 678.450 Integrated Electronic Devices 321.230 Inorganic Chemistry 159.000 Intelligence 619.170 Inorganic Plastics 694.250 Intelligence Devices Input Data, Industrial, 701 437 Int lli t i Mil 042, Chapter VI . 708.000 e gen s a, itary Relations With Intentions Militar 615.850 Insect Dyes 582.140 , y Inter-City Transportation Services 619.321 Insecticides 674.100 Intecept Equipment Electronic 421.350 Insecticides-Use on 597.700 , Intercept System Adaptabilit to Mil Us 347.600 Insects y . e 597.000 Intercept Systems Electronic 333.352 Insects, Poisonous-Physical Geography 657.120 , Intercepter Aircraft 754.000 Insignia, Military 722.400 Interception of Foreign Aircraft 367.320 Inspection of Metals-Metallurgy 722.500 Interception of Foreign Ships Inspection of Products, see Subject Modifier 688.141 Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles 041, Chapter VI 475.740 Interest Rates 716.050 Inspection Teams, Exchange of 319.340 Interference Light 135.244 Installations and Bases, CP Paramil. 644.300 , I nterfero meters-O pti ca I Instruments 720.110 Installations and Bases, Insurgent Groups 739.220 Interior Guards Organization 651.500 Instrument Calibration and Testing Equip. Interior Guards, Subject Modifier 163 F 115.599 Instrument Mfg. Industry-Ministry/Agency . or various applications see list of subje t 656.641 Instrumentation Ships , c modifiers arranged in alphabetical order 643.000 Instruments-General 115.501 . Interior Ministry/Agenc 633.500 Instruments, Optical-Mfg. Machinery 688.139 y Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles 651.000 Instruments, Precision 614.020 Intermediates-Chemicals 369.910 Instruments, Precision-Engineering 319.840 Intermolecular Forces-Matter 369.911 Instruments, Precision-Eng. Orgs. 630.120 Internal Combustion Electric Power Plants 633.500 Instruments, Precision-Mfg. Machinery 631.040 Internal Combustion Engines 624.250 Insulated Wire and Cable 657.405 Internal Combustion Engines Aircraft 319.375 Insulating Power, Heat 656.815 , Internal Combustion Engines Marine 319.455 Insulation-Electricity 654.41 1 , Internal Combustion Engines Motor Vehicle 625.240 Insulation, Asbestos 133.810 , Internal Conflicts Political Part 625.130 Insulation, Fiberglass 475.510 , y Internal Debt 625.280 Insulation, NEC 325.210 Internal Geodynamics-Geology 625.160 Insulation, Rock Wool 355.395 Internal Medicine 637.500 Insulators, Electrical 255.461 Internal Migration-Population Movement 678.550 Insulators, Electronic 157.750 s Internal Movement Documentation 619.222 Insulin 157.000 Internal Securit 479.000 Insurance 115.504 y Internal Security-Ministr /A enc 274.220 Insurance, Social 562.100 y g y International Agreements-Civil Aviation 479.100 Insurance Claims and Benefits 585.330 International Agreements-Communicatio 479.200 Insurance Law 213.100 ns International Agreements-Culture 135.247 Insurgent Activities, CP 493.100 International Agreements-Economic 720.000 Insurgent Movements 720 1 589.206 International Agreements-Fixed Radio Sys . 10 Insurgent Movements Installations and 271.030 . International Agreements- Health/Welfare MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 47 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 502.330 International Agreements-Highway Transp. 258.230 International Orgs.-Public Opinion of International Agreements-Industry, see Subject 135.100 International Orgs., CP Modifier 031, Chapter VI 135.700 International Orgs., CP Front 159.310 International Agreements-Intelligence 563.200 International Routes-Civil Aviation 332 271 International Agreements-Internat. Waterway 177.730 Internationalization of Territories h . 551.100 International Agreements-Maritime Ports 117.120 Interrogation Powers, Legislative Branc 547.110 International Agreements-Maritime Waterway 159.763 Interrogation Techniques, Intelligence 545.330 International Agreements-Merchant Marine 319.615 Intra-Molecular Mechanics-Physics 000 716 International Agreements-Military 133.800 Intra-Party Activities, Political Party . 400 177 International Agreements-Peace 135.663 Intro-Party Factions, CP d . 177.400 International Agreements-Political 135.450 Intra-Party Problems, CP Policy Towar 110 586 International Agreements-Postal System 325.210 Intrusions-Geology b . 589.111 International Agreements-Radio 315.200 ra Invariants and Convariants-Alge h G 589.711 International Agreements-Radio Telephone 333.630 y eograp Invasion Routes-Military 517.330 International Agreements-Railway Transp. 723.100 Invasions 100 309 International Agreements-Science 565.100 Inventory-Civil Aircraft . 110 598 International Agreements-Submarine Cable 507.100 Inventory-Highway Transp. Equip. l . 588.110 International Agreements-Telegraph System 536.100 s Inventory-Inland Water Transp. Vesse 587.1 10 International Agreements-Telephone System 549.100 Inventory-Merchant Vessels 110 591 International Agreements-Television Sys. 473.820 Inventory-National Wealth t . 200 485 International Agreements-Trade 522.100 Inventory-Railway Transp. Equipmen T d l . 501.330 International Agreements-Transp. System 409.500 e ra e Inventory-Retail and Wholesa 330 531 International Agreements-Water Transp. 657.695 Inverters, Electric-Aircraft h B . 000 562 International Air Policy 117.120 ranc Investigation Powers, Legislative . 410 333 International Boundaries 157.612 Investigations-Security Programs GNP . 370 702 International Brigades-Armed Forces 473.400 Investment by Economic Sector- l . 589.122 International Broadcasting-Radio 481.353 Investment by Foreigners-Gov. Contro 220 591 International Broadcasting-Television 471.500 Investments, Domestic l . 489.300 International Capital Movements 481.351 Investments, Domestic-Gov. Contro 531 135 International Com. Movements, CP Rel. With 495.000 Investments, Foreign l t C . 183.000 International Conferences and Organizations International Conferences and Organizations- 481.352 ro on Investments, Foreign-Government Investments, Industrial, see Subject Modifier CP Front Orgs., see Specific Fronts following 030, Chapter VI 700 135 617.260 Iodates . 600 International Connections-Highway Transp. 504 617.260 Iodides l i h . 533.500 International Connections-Inland Water s ca em 615.500 Iodinated Compounds-Organic C 500 International Connections-Railway Transp. 519 617.490 Iodine . 589.206 International Cooperation-Fixed Radio Sys. 649.620 Ion Detecting and Measuring Devices International Cooperation, see International 688.790 Ion Engines, Guided Missile Agreements 619.170 Ion Exchange Resins-Plastics 135.700 International CP Front Orgs. and Confer. 319.354 Ion Microscopy 150 International Debts, Payments for 489 630.600 Ion Power . 130 International Dissident Communist Groups 135 319.465 Ionization-Electric Discharges i E i . 200 International Fairs and Exhibitions 413 qu p. cs 649.622 Ionization Chambers-Nuclear Phys . 100 International Law 121 327.345 Ionization of the Atmosphere . 547.100 International Maritime Waterways 319.700 Ionization Phenomena l h d T 183.000 International Orgs. ogy no ec 343.460 Ionizing Radiation-Foo l 135.523 International Orgs.-CP Relations With ogy 327.240 Ionosphere Structure-Meteoro 159.332 International Orgs.-Intell. Source 210.525 Iranian Languages/Cultures 181.000 International Orgs.-Policy Relations With 677.950 Irasers 230 International Orgs.-Private Opinion of 261 688.139 IRBM . 163.322 International Orgs.-Propaganda Theme 621.465 Iridium-Platinum Metal Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150~JR~H 1967 PAGE 48 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 210.050 Irish Language/Culture 688.705 Jet Propulsion Equip., Guided Missile 673.120 Irdomes 533.400 Jetties-Inland Water Transportation 621.105 Iron 657.795 Jettisonable Fuel Tanks, Aircraft 621.172 Iron Base Super Alloy Steels 631.255 Jewel Bearings 619.520 Iron Blue-Pigments 694.650 Jewelry 694.800 Irons, Household 233.370 Jewish Faith 321.458 Irradiation Techniques-Chemistry 631.455 Jigs-Machine Tool Accessories 343.460 Irradiation-Food Technology 455.120 Job Placement and Training 319.667 Irradiation-Nuclear Physics 453.200 Job Placement Controls 475.850 Irregular Financial Activities 633.080 Joiners-Wood Working Machinery 489.151 Irregular Foreign Exchange Transactions 730.200 Joint Chiefs of Staff or Equivalent 739.000 Irregular Military Forces, Armed Forces 730.300 Joint Military Commands 739.600 Irregular Naval Forces 744.130 Joint Military Tactics 571.400 Irregular Traffic, Civil Air 163.170 Jokes-Propaganda Media 539.300 Irregular Traffic, Inland Water 319.415 Joules Law of the Energy of Gases 553.500 Irregular Traffic, Maritime 735.050 Judge Advocate General Org., Military 421.250 Irrigation-Farm Methods 119.000 Judicial Branch 481.210 Irrigation-Govt. Economic Planning 735.050 Judicial Organization, Military 403.160 Irrigation-Project Construction 113.400 Judicial, Exec., Leg. Br.-Relations among 619.240 Irritants-Drugs 119.200 Judiciary 333.368 Islands-Physical Geography 605.460 Juices, Fruit 329.500 Islands, Ice-Oceanography 638.000 Junction Boxes-Electrical Equipment 319.710 Isobars-Physics 639.000 Junction Converters-Electrical Equip. 628.270 Isobutone-Petroleum Gases 744.100 Jungle Warfare Tactics 628.270 Isobutene-Petroleum Gases 770.100 Jungle Warfare Training 619.170 Isocyanate Resins-Plastics 115.110 Junta 615.570 Isocyanates 135.513 Juntas, Revolutionary-CP Assoc. with 321.460 Isomerization-Chemical Reaction 317.570 Jupiter-Planet. See also Area Code 0420. 319.710 Isomers-Physics 115.541 Justice Ministry/Agency 628.230 Iso-Octane-Gasoline Additives 601.407 Jute Crop 628.250 Iso-Octane-Reference Fuels 610.210 Jute Fabrics 628.230 Isopentane-Gasoline Additives 610.110 Jute Thread and Yarn 615.800 Isopernoids 277.100 Juvenile Delinquency-Social Problems 615.110 Isopropyl Alcohol 601.150 Kaoliang 633.185 Isotope Separation Equipment 623.300 Kaolin 617.845 Isotopes 601.455 Kapok Seeds-Oil Seeds and Nuts 210.070 Italian Language/Culture 606.530 Karakul Skins 210.060 Italic and Romance Languages/Cultures 619.155 KeI-F-Plastics 624.150 Jacks, Hand-Hardware and Hand Tools 601.419 Kenaf Crop 623.500 Jade-Gem and Ornamental Stones 623.950 Kernite-Boron Minerals 597.700 Jamming System Adaptability to Mil. Use 628.235 Kerosene 597.120 Jamming-ECM 628.320 Kerosene, Synthetic 674.200 Jamming-Equipment 319.445 Kerr and Stark Effect-Electrostatics 210.370 Japanese Language/Culture 615.400 Keto-Acids 210.565 Javanese Language/Culture 615.420 Ketoamino Acids 631.155 Jaw Gyratory Crushers 615.190 Ketones 654.113 Jeeps 631.360 Keyseating Machines-Machine Tools Jet, see also Turboprop, Turbojet, Ramjet, Pulsejet 624.150 Kick Plates-Hardware and Hand Tools Jet Aircraft, see Specific Aircraft Types; 657.000 633.090 Kilns, Special Industry 631.060 Jet Engines, NEC 319.080 Kinematics-Physics 628.240 Jet Fuels 319.185 Kinetics-Gases 628.330 Jet Fuels, Synthetic 319.145 Kinetics-Liquids MARCH b906roved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 49 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 319.090 Kinetics-Solids 455.175 Labor, Handicapped-Special Labor Groups 319.455 Kirchhoff's Law-Electricity 455.173 Labor, Migratory-Special Labor Groups 319.290 Kirchhoffs Law-Radiation 455.176 Labor, Military-Special Labor Groups 624.350 Kitchen Utensils 271.217 Laboratories, Clinical and Diagnostic 625.224 Kitchen Utensils, Pottery 694.100 Laboratory Furniture 649.100 Kjeldahl Apparatus-Chemical Equipment 625.213 Laboratory Glassware 621.435 Kleinite-Mercury Ore 649.000 Laboratory Instruments and Apparatus 678.050 Klystrons 644.300 Laboratory Optical Instruments 631.165 Knife Hogs-Shredding Machinery 619.510 Lacquers 610.200 Knitted Fabrics 686.125 Lacrimators-War Gases 633.030 Knitting Machines 615.400 Lactic Acid 608.100 Kok-Saghyz-Crude Rubber 609.900 Ladders, Wooden 619.260 Kolimycin-Drugs 633.130 Ladles-Foundry Equipment 210.375 Korean Language/Culture 333.366 Lagoons-Physical Geography 619.145 Koroseal-Plastics 331.300 Lakes-Hydrology/Hydrography 617.765 Krypton 606.120 Lamb Meat 623.925 Kyanite-Aluminum Silicate Minerals 625.130 Laminated Glass 631.545 Labeling Machinery 617.840 Lamp Black 455.000 Labor 619.520 Lamp Black-Pigments Labor, see also Personnel 638.000 Lamp Sockets and Holders-Electrical Equip. 454.300 Labor-Attitude toward Communism 177.710 Land Boundary Disputes-Foreign Relations 454.400 Labor-Attitude toward Foreigners 333.310 Land Forms-Physical Geography 454.200 Labor-Attitude toward Regime 681.585 Land Mines 457.320 Labor-Benefits 681.625 Land Mine Clearing-Countermeasure Equip. 463.400 Labor-Cost 681.615 Land Mine Detection-Countermeasure Equip. 157.730 Labor-Documentation 681.620 Land Mines-Clearing Equipment 463.200 Labor-Effect of Technological Changes on 681.610 Land Mines-Detecting Equipment 454.100 Labor-Historical Development 681.740 Land Mines-Fuses 453.100 Labor-Laws and Legislation 681.635 Land Mines-Laying Equipment 701.436 Labor-Military Relations with 744.280 Land Mines-Laying Tactics 115.547 Labor-Ministry/Agency 419.200 Land Ownership-Agriculture 173.400 Labor-Missions 419.100 Land Utilization-Agriculture 135.767 Labor-Organizations, CP Front 333.620 Landing Beaches-Military Geography 135.551 Labor-Organizations, CP Penetration of 538.250 Landing Facilities, Inland Port 183.645 Labor-Organizations, International 551.250 Landing Facilities, Maritime Port 461.000 Labor-Organizations, National 657.340 Landing Gears, Aircraft 435.100 Labor-Policy, Business Management 656.500 Landing Ships and Craft 135.407 Labor-Policy, CP 662.164 Landing Structures, Artificial Satellite 453.000 Labor-Policy, Government 662.264 Landing Structures, Space Platform 133.215 Labor-Policy, Political Party 663.164 Landing Structures, Space Probe 463.300 Labor-Productivity 663.279 Landing Structures, Space Ship 455.110 Labor-Recruitment 385.400 Landing Techniques-Space Vehicles 463.500 Labor-Relations with Management 236.261 Language Training 455.130 Labor-Relocation 210.000 Languages 463.100 Labor-Research 621.475 Lanthanum-Rare Earth Metals 455.160 Labor-Shortages 210.380 Laotian Language/Culture 455.170 Labor-Special Classes 631.335 Lapping Machines-Machine Tools Labor-Statistics, see Subject Modifier 029, 606.610 Lard-Animal Fats and Oils Chapter III and VI 619.321 Larkspur Anabasine- Insecticides 454.000 Labor-Status 355.685 Laryngitis-Human Diseases 455.140 Labor-Turnover 625.294 Laser Materials, NEC 157.370 Labor, Forced-Gov. Repressive Measures 677.950 Lasers PAGE 50 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300156"( 4 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 319.405 Latent Heat 233.010 Law, Religious 608.100 Latex-Crude Rubber 161.051 Law, Sabotage 631.340 Lathes-Machine Tools 157.611 Law, Security Programs 633.080 Lathes-Wood Working Machinery 121.140 Law, Space 210.075 Latin Language/Culture 475.311 Law, Tax 210.035 Latvian Language/Culture 501.310 Law, Transportation System 791.275 Launchers, Aircraft-Mil. Airfields 236.253 Law Training 683.120 Launchers, Aircraft Rocket 619.215 Laxatives-Drugs 681.485 Launchers, Field Rocket 455.140 Lay-Off, Labor Turnover 681.125 Launchers, Grenade- Infantry Antitank Type 623.500 Lazurite-Gem and Ornamental Stones 682.125 Launchers, Naval Rocket 621.405 Lead 682.220 Launchers, Naval Torpedo 621.407 Lead-Base Alloys 681.120 Launchers, Rocket-Infantry Antitank Type 617.370 Lead Oxides 688.830 Launching Equipment, Guided Missile 617.370 Leads, Red and White 663.220 Launching Power Plant, Manned Space Ship 624.900 Leaf Springs 662.110 Launching Power Plant, Satellite 163.160 Leaflets-Propaganda 662.210 Launching Power Plant, Space Platform 135.573 Leaflets-Propaganda, CP 663.110 Launching Power Plant, Space Probe 478.100 Lease, Real Estate 788.500 Launching Sites, Guided Missile 606.510 Leather and Leather Products 385.110 Launching Sites, Space Vehicle 633.450 Leather Working and Tanning Machinery 788.540 Launchings, Guided Missile 133.120 Left Wing Ideology, Political Party 385.700 Launchings, Satellite and Space Probe 183.565 Legal Organizations, International 385.310 Launchings, Vehicle-Astronautics Legislation, see Law 633.470 Laundry Machinery 133.620 Legislative Activities of Pol. Parties 333.317 Lava, Physical Geography 117.000 Legislative Branch Government 121.000 Law 117.600 , Legislative Program 121.130 Law, Aerial Rights 355.650 Leishmaniasis-Human Diseases 136.100 Law, Anti-Communist 644.500 Lenses-Optical Assemblies 702.410 Law, Armed Forces Demobilization 623.610 Lepidolite-Lithium Minerals 702.210 Law, Armed Forces Manpower 355.620 Leprosy-Human Diseases 475.723 Law, Banking 357.255 Leptospirosis-Animal Diseases 403.105 Law, Building 355.620 Leptospirosis Icterohemorrhagica 560.310 Law, Civil Aviation 239.000 Letters and Arts 585.310 Law, Communication System 210.035 Lettish Language/Culture 409.100 Law, Domestic Commerce 623.630 Leucite-Potassium Minerals 236.100 Law, Education 355.655 Leukemia-Human Diseases 131.100 Law, Election 533.400 Levees-Inland Water Transportation 271.025 Law, Health and Welfare 655.230 Leveller Cars, Railroad 502.310 Law, Highway Transportation System 651.400 Levels-Measuring Tools Law, Industrial and Commodity, see Subject 651.050 Levels-Surveying Modifier 069, Chapter VI 619.256 Levomycetin-Drugs 531.310 Law, Inland Water Transp. System 686.110 Lewisite-War Gases 479.200 Law, Insurance 657.210 Liaison Aircraft 159.110 Law, Intelligence 245.200 Library Science 453.100 Law, Labor 485.312 Licenses-Trade Controls 121.120 Law, Maritime 157.760 Licenses and Permits-Documentation 545.310 Law, Merchant Marine 441.000 Licensing Agreements 759.100 Law, Military 619.410 Liddite-High Explosives 163.051 Law, Propaganda 255.411 Life Expectancy Tables 153.100 Law, Public Order and Safety 479.000 Life Insurance 517.310 Law, Railway Transportation System 691.210 Life Rafts, Military 478.200 Law, Real Estate 691.210 Life Vests, Military 2pproved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 51 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 319.240 Light-Physics 640.000 Light Bulbs and Tubes 654.112 Light Delivery Vehicles 347.510 Light Effects-Animal Ecology 638.000 Light Fixtures-Electrical Equipment 481.203 Light Industry-Govt. Economic Planning 115.607 Light Industry-Ministry/Agency 401.200 Light Industry Organization 654.110 Light Motor Vehicles 319.275 Light Radiation Energy 319.255 Light Rays, Visible 657.250 Lighter Than Air Aircraft 656.677 Lighters-Ships/Boats 567.160 Lighting-Civil Airfields 791.225 Lighting-Military Airfields 658.900 Lighting Equipment, Airfield 327.340 Lightning-Meteorology 637.400 Lightning Arrestors-Electrical Equip. 563.300 Lights, Beacon-Civil Aviation 640.000 Lights, Electric 533.600 Lights, Signal-Inland Water Transp. 628.110 Lignite Coal 617.050 Lime 617.825 Lime, Chlorinated 623.100 Limestone 621.105 Limonite-Iron Ore 519.200 Line Capacity-Railway Transp. System 521.200 Line Construction/Maintenance, Railway 649.610 Linear Accelerator-Nuclear Physics Equip. 315.940 Linear Programming-Mathematics 315.200 Linear Substitutions-Algebra 319.055 Linearity-Physics Principle 519.100 Lines, Railway Transportation 255.322 Linguistic Composition of Population 691.400 Link Trainers, Military 621.305 Linnaetite-Cobalt Ore 610.900 Linoleum Floor Covering 605.570 Linseed Oil 628.540 Liquid Chlorine-Rocket Oxidizers 631.505 Liquid Extraction Presses 628.540 Liquid Fluorine-Rocket Oxidizers 628.530 Liquid Hydrogen-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 651.250 Liquid Level Measuring Instruments 628.540 Liquid Oxygen-Rocket Oxidizers 628.540 Liquid Ozone-Rocket Oxidizers 657.545 Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines, Aircraft 688.750 Liquid Propellant Rockets, Guided Missile 628.540 Liquid Rocket Fuel Oxidizers 628.525 Liquid Rocket Fuels 367.210 Liquid State Reactions-Metallurgy 135.657 Liquidation-CP Members 319.125 Liquids, Mechanics of-Physics 255.351 239.500 157.530 236.263 183.525 621.214 623.610 325.400 619.520 Literacy of Population Literature-Arts and Letters Literature-Censorship Literature Education Literature-International Organizations Lithium-Alkali Metals Lithium Minerals Lithography Lithopone-Pigments Language/Culture 603.000 603.100 423.100 654.130 274.100 327.520 603.110 666.900 475.714 493.200 117.300 619.215 123.000 673.000 595.000 624.150 533.400 347.260 369.300 369.310 655.100 522.000 315.400 427.300 315.100 159.740 163.240 161.440 720.120 135.245 779.000 732.500 770.600 571.310 742.300 553.400 609.100 738.100 319.205 Live Animals Livestock Livestock Care and Breeding Livestock Trucks Living Conditions Living Conditions-Climatic Influence Llamas- Livestock Loading Coils, Telephone Loan Companies Loans to Foreign Countries Lobbies, Legislative Branch Lobelia-Drugs Local Government Location Equipment NEC Location Systems NEC Locks-Hardware and Hand Tools Locks-Inland Water Transportation Locomotion-Human Physiology Locomotive Engineering Locomotive Engineering Orgs. and Facilities Locomotives Locomotives-Railway Transp. System Logarithmic Tables Logging-Forestry Practice Logic, Mathematical and Symbolic Logistical Support-Covert Intell. Ops. Logistical Support-Propaganda Logistical Support-Sabotage Logistics and Comma., Insurgent Movements Logistics and Comma., CP Paramil. Orgs. Logistics, Military Logistics, Military-Staff Level Org. Logistics, Military-Training Logs, Aircraft Logs, Aircraft, Military Logs, Ship Logs, Timber Long-Range Air Force Organization Longitudinal Waves-Acoustics Loss of Artificial Satellite Loss of Space Vehicle Losses of Personnel and Equip., Anti-Insurg. 385.714 385.316 721.410 MARCH 52 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150001--1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 678.150 Loud Speakers-Electronic Components 595.300 Magnetic Detection/Control Systems 163.140 Loud Speakers-Propaganda Media 676.510 Magnetic Discs-Computer Components 621.135 Low Alloy Steels 676.510 Magnetic Drums-Computer Components 319.060 Low Temperature as a Physics Technique 319.520 Magnetic Field-Effects and Influences 319.395 Low Temperature Phenomena 319.490 Magnetic Field-Magnetism 333.362 Lowlands, Coastal-Physical Geography 319.280 Magnetic Light Radiation Effects 333.312 Lowlands, Inland-Physical Geography 625.291 Magnetic Materials, Non-Metallic 748.300 Loyalty, Military Personnel 649.615 Magnetic Mirror Machines 157.610 Loyalty Programs 319.635 Magnetic Moment-Nuclear Structure 628.255 Lubricating Oils and Greases 367.240 Magnetic Properties-Metallurgy 628.350 Lubricating Oils and Greases, Synthetic 319.520 Magnetic Rotary Polarization 631.530 Lubrication Equipment 621.165 Magnetic Steels 654.422 Lubrication Equipment, Vehicle Engine 676.300 Magnetic Tape Equipment 619.125 Lucite-Plastics 319.485 Magnetism 609.200 Lumber 367.240 Magnetism-Metallurgy 319.325 Luminescence, Light 323.700 Magnetism, Terrestrial 673.110 Luminescent Detectors, Infrared 319.060 Magnetism as a Physics Technique 329.200 Luminosity-Sea Water Properties 621.105 Magnetite-Iron Ore 319.280 Luminous Light Radiation Effects 319.500 Magnetization 355.465 Lung Diseases-Branch of Medicine 319.147 Magneto Hydrodynamics-Physics 686.140 Lung Injurants-War Gases 319.520 Magnetostriction-Magnetism 686.125 Lung Irritants-War Gases 678.050 Magnetrons 347.230 Lymph-Human Physiology 157.550 Mail Censorship 343.200 Lysenko Theory-Biology 633.375 Mailing Machines 303.200 Lysenko Theory-Genetic Controversy 589.552 Maintenance-Aeronautical Radio System 357.260 Lyssa-Animal Diseases 593.352 Maintenance-Airborne Radar System 115.602 Machine Building-Ministry/Agency 565.410 Maintenance-Civil Aircraft 481.225 Machine Building Ind.-Gov. Econ. Planning 568.000 Maintenance-Civil Airfields 681.035 Machine Guns 585.620 Maintenance-Communications System 683.112 Machine Guns, Aircraft 597.420 Maintenance-ECM System 631.305. Machine Tools 589.242 Maintenance-Fixed Radio System 631.440 Machine Tools-Attachments and Accessories 593.152 Maintenance-Ground Radar System 115.601 Machine Tools-Ministry/Agency 506.000 Maintenance-Highway Transp. System 421.125 Machine Tractor Stations 535.000 Maintenance- Inland Water Transp. System 311.320 Machine Translation 536.400 Maintenance- Inland Water Vessels 631.000 Machinery, General Purpose and Industrial 547.130 Maintenance-Maritime Canals 633.000 Machinery, Special Purpose 552.000 Maintenance-Maritime Ports 367.425 Machining-Metallurgy 549.400 Maintenance-Merchant Vessels 657.655 Machmeters, Aircraft 507.400 Maintenance-Motor Vehicles 321.920 Macromolecular Chemistry Maintenance-Products, see Subject Modifier 319.222 Macrosonics 045, Chapter VI 239.600 Magazines-Arts and Letters 589.152 Maintenance-Radio Broadcasting System 694.850 Magazines-Commodity Aspect 589.752 Maintenance-Radio Telephone Sys. 621.415 Magnesite-Magnesium Ore 522.410 Maintenance-Railway Equipment 625.272 Magnesite Brick-Refractory Products 521.000 Maintenance-Railway Transp. System 621.415 Magnesium 593.252 Maintenance-Shipborne Radar System 621.417 Magnesium-Base Alloys 589.452 Maintenance-Shipborne Radio System 615.750 Magnesium Derivatives-Organic Chemicals 598.420 Maintenance-Submarine Cable Sys. 617.400 Magnesium Oxide 588.520 Maintenance-Telegraph System 657.695 Magnetic Amplifiers, Aircraft 587.520 Maintenance-Telephone System 676.510 Magnetic Cores-Computer Components 591.520 Maintenance-Television System 673.300 Magnetic Detecting Devices 633.900 Maintenance and Repair Equip.-Motor Vehicle MARCH 1967 PAGE 53 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 655.230 Maintenance Cars, Railroad 658.100 Maintenance Equipment, Aircraft 658.200 Maintenance Equipment, Airfield 655.410 Maintenance Equipment, Railroad 633.300 Maintenance Equipment, Roads 791.280 Maintenance Facilities, Mil. Airfield 601.115 Maize 605.520 Maize Oil 737.210 Major Combatant Naval Force Organization 621.325 Malachite-Copper Ore 355.650 Malaria 271.155 Malaria Control 271.140 Malaria Disease Incidence 210.570 Malay Language/Culture 619.110 Maleic Anhydride-Plastics Malfunction, see Subject Modifier 048, Chapter VI 357.235 Malleus-Animal Diseases 210.255 Maltese Language/Culture 463.500 Management-Relations with Labor 435.200 Management, Business and Industrial 435.300 Management, Records 767.000 Maneuvers-Military Training 621.425 Manganese 619.905 Manganese Compounds-Catalysts 617.400 Manganese Dioxide 619.319 Manganese Fertilizers 621.425 Manganite-Manganese Ore 657.675 Manifold Gauges, Aircraft 601.415 Manila Crop 385.300 Manned Space Flights 663.200 Manned Space Ships and Components 207.000 Manners and Customs 455.000 Manpower 481.260 Manpower-Government Econ. Planning Manpower Statistics, see Subject Modifier 029, Chapters III and VI 748.000 Manpower, Military 702.200 Manpower, Military-Procurement System 589.530 Manpower, Military-Aeronautical Radio 593.330 Manpower, Military-Airborne Radar 585.500 Manpower, Military-Communications 597.200 Manpower, Military-ECM 589.220 Manpower, Military-Fixed Radio 593.130 Manpower, Military-Ground Radar 589.130 Manpower, Military-Radio 589.730 Manpower, Military-Radio Telephone 589.430 Manpower, Military-Shipborne Radio 593.230 Manpower, Military-Shipborne Radar 588.200 Manpower, Military-Telegraph 587.200 Manpower, Military-Telephone 591.300 Manpower, Military-Television 702.100 Manpower Available for Military Service 571.320 Manuals, Aircraft Operating 742.300 Manuals, Military 769.100 Manuals, Training-Military 628.420 Manufactured Gas 578.000 Manufactured Gas Pipelines 628.270 Manufactured Petroleum Hydrocarbon Gases 481.225 Manufacturing Industry-Gov. Econ. Planning 619.311 Manure-Fertilizers 210.575 Maori Language/Culture 333.736 Map Catalogs 333.738 Map Classification and Control 333.737 Map Reproduction 333.722 Map Signs and Symbols 333.723 Map Specifications 601.427 Maple Sugar Crop 333.720 Mapping 569.300 Mapping-Civil Aviation Aspect 651.050 Mapping Instruments 333.740 Mapping Programs 333.730 Maps 333.733 Maps, Oceanographic 327.440 Maps, Weather 623.100 Marble 551.910 Marinas 329.650 Marine Biology 333.733 Marine Charts and Oceanographic Maps 369.600 Marine Engineering 369.610 Marine Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 656.810 Marine Engines 606.630 Marine Mammal Oils 682.300 Marine Mines Marines, Subject Modifier 155. For various applications, see list of subject modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 255.340 Marital Composition of Population 121.120 Maritime Law Maritime Radar, see Shipborne Radar 589.470 Maritime Radio Sys. Adaptability to Mil. Use Maritime Radio, see Shipborne Radio Maritime Television, see Shipborne Television 421.450 Marketing-Farm Methods Marketing Difficulties, Commodity, see Subject Modifier 061, Chapter VI 485.125 Markets, Foreign Markets, Stock PAGE 54 Approved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 500991 R0003001 H-41967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 255.412 Marriages-Population Data 327.245 Mechanics of the Atmosphere 317.550 Mars-Planet. See also Area Code 0440. 736.300 Mechanized Forces Organization 333.362 Marshes-Physical Geography 744.200 Mechanized Forces Tactics 121.252 Martial Law-Public Law 773.300 Mechanized Forces Training 721.000 Martial Law, Declaration of 177.110 Mediation-Foreign Relations 677.950 Masers 459.300 Mediation-Labor Disputes 686.620 Masks, Gas 271.035 Medical Aid to Foreign Countries 686.620 Masks, Protective 752.100 Medical Care, Military 319.095 Mass-Physics 645.000 Medical Equipment 633.185 Mass Spectrometer Isotope Separation Equip. 271.230 Medical Equipment, Availability of 633.080 Matchers-Wood Working Machinery 271.170 Medical Facilities 694.900 Matches 656.707 Medical Facilities-Ship Components 720.530 Material Assistance to Insurgents 735.350 Medical Organization, Military 321.335 Material Handling-Chemical Engineering 183.285 Medical Organizations, International 115.567 Material Reserves-Ministry/Agency 355.100 Medical Organizations, National 311.420 Materials Testing 271.250 Medical Personnel, Availability of 271.290 Maternal Hygiene 271.255 Medical Personnel, Distribution of 315.000 Mathematics 271.260 Medical Personnel, Quality of 315.050 Mathematics Organizations and Facilities 155.600 Medical Services, Civilian Defense 319.600 Matter-Physical Nature 271.201 Medical Stations, Military 319.800 Matter-Physical Properties 236.233 Medical Training 319.810 Matter-Structure 770.550 Medical Training, Military 694.100 Mattresses 333.344 Medicinal Plants 624.150 Mauls-Hardware and Hand Tools 355.000 Medicine 319.415 Maxwell's Laws-Thermodynamics 381.210 Medicine-Applications of Atomic Energy 601.510 Meadow Grasses 355.200 Medicine, Military and Space 605.100 Meal-Milled Products 271.000 Medicine, Public Health 355.630 Measles 357.000 Medicine, Veterinary 271.120 Measles-Incidence 619.200 Medicines 651.000 Measuring Instruments 623.500 Meerschaum-Gem and Ornamental Stones 633.010 Meat Packing Plant Machinery 136.500 Meetings, Anti-Communist 606.100 Meat Products 135.209 Meetings, CP 639.000 Mechanical Converters-Electrical Equip. 135.581 Meetings, CP Propaganda 319.520 Mechanical Effects-Magnetism 183.000 Meetings, International 369.000 Mechanical Engineering Meetings, International-CP Front Orgs., see 369.100 Mechanical Engineering Orgs. and Facilities Specific Fronts following 135.700 319.280 Mechanical Light Radiation Effects 461.100 Meetings, Labor Organization 325.511 Mechanical Methods of Geological Exploring 701.600 Meetings, Military 651.300 Mechanical Motion Measuring Istruments 133.110 Meetings, Political Party 631.230 Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment Meetings, Religious, see Specific Religions in 631.380 Mechanical Presses-Machine Tools 233.000 Section 367.240 Mechanical Properties-Metallurgy 311.100 Meetings, Scientific 319.820 Mechanical Properties-Solids 619.105 Melamine-Plastics 608.220 Mechanical Rubber Goods 621.325 Melanconite-Copper Ore 321.340 Mechanical Separation-Chemical Eng. 619.410 Melinite-High Explosives 612.110 Mechanical Wood Pulp 355.620 Meliodosis-Human Diseases 321.210 Mechanics-Chemistry 646.500 Mellianometer-Prospecting Instruments 319.070 Mechanics-Physics 601.230 Melons 651.400 Mechanics Measuring Tools 633.105 Melting Furnaces 319.160 Mechanics of Gases-Physics 319.395 Melting Point-Physics 319.125 Mechanics of Liquids-Physics 135.295 Membership, CP 319.820 Mechanics of Solids-Physics 135.219 Membership, CP-Admission Procedures MARCH 1967 PAGE 55 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 135.650 Membership, CP-Security Aspects 367.000 Metallurgy Membership, CP Front Orgs., see Specific 115.625 Metallurgy-Ministry/Agency Fronts Following 135.700 367.100 Metallurgy-Organizations and Facilities 461.200 Membership, Labor Organization 621.000 Metals 117.500 Membership, Legislative Branch 115.625 Metals-Ministry/Agency 133.310 Membership, Political Party 619.910 Metalworking Compounds Membership, Religious, see Specific Religions 631.300 Metalworking Machinery in 233.000 Section 791.070 Meteorological Data-Military Airfields 157.780 Membership Cards-Personal Documentation 791.040 Meteorological Data-Mil. Seaplane Bases 343.200 Mendelism-Biology 327.450 Meteorological Expeditions 355.675 Meningitis-Human Diseases 567.170 Meteorological Facilities, Civil Airfield 355.620 Meningococcal Infections- Human Diseases 791.240 Meteorological Facilities, Mil. Airfield 355.670 Mental Diseases 646.100 Meteorological Instruments 355.860 Mental Diseases-Therapeutics 327.000 Meteorology 271.185 Mental Hospitals 735.150 Meteorology-Military Organization 236.330 Mentally Retarded Students 327.100 Meteorology-Organizations and Facilities 545.000 Merchant Marine 317.630 Meteors 545.500 Merchant Marine Adaptability to Mil. Use 619.125 Methacrylates- Plastics 115.647 Merchant Marine Ministry/Agency 628.270 Methane-Petroleum Gases 656.600 Merchant Vessels 615.110 Methanol 549.000 Merchant Vessels-Merchant Marine Aspect 619.321 Methoxychlor- Insecticides 621.435 Mercury 615.550 Methyl Amines 317.530 Mercury-Planet. See also Area Code 0460. 615.300 Methylbenzoate 639.000 Mercury Arc Converters-Electrical Equip. 686.110 Methyl Dichloroarsine-War Gases 619.905 Mercury Compounds-Catalysts 628.530 Methylene-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 619.322 Mercury Fungicides 615.200 Methyl-Ethyl Ketone 640.400 Mercury Vapor Lamps 615.300 Methyl Sulfate 569.600 Mercy Missions-Civil Aviation 623.925 Mica 569.610 Mercy Missions, Military 625.260 Mica Basic Products 319.750 Mesons-Physics 619.975 Micro-Organisms-Chemical Products 691.390 Mess Gear, Military 343.300 Microbiology 355.660 Metabolism-Human Diseases 317.640 Micrometeorites 347.220 Metabolism-Human Physiology 651.400 Micrometers-Measuring Tools 345.215 Metabolism-Plant Physiology 677.500 Microphones 621.435 Metacinnabarite-Mercury Ore 644.400 Microscopes 624.450 Metal Containers, Except Storage Tanks 649.400 Microscopes, Electron 631.310 Metal Cutting Machine Tools 319.354 Microscopy 631.370 Metal Forming Machine Tools 678.600 Microwave Components, Electronic 633.095 Metal Melting Furnaces 589.200 Microwave Relay Radio System 367.210 Metal Phase Systems-Metallurgy 656.321 Midget Submarines 624.000 Metal Products 355.675 Migraine-Human Diseases 610.245 Metallic Fabrics 255.461 Migration, Internal-Population 610.145 Metallic Thread and Yarn 255.420 Migration, International-Population 644.300 Meta Ilography-OpticaI Instruments 455.173 Migratory Workers-Special Labor Groups 367.250 Metallography-Metallurgy 504.400 Mileage, Highway Network 644.300 Metalloscopes-Optical Instruments 533.300 Mileage, Inland Waterway 628.131 Metallurgical Coke 519.300 Mileage, Railway Network 633.095 Metallurgical Furnaces 739.200 Militarized Security Forces Organization 651.450 Metallurgical Inspection Machines 717.000 Military Aid, Foreign 631.410 Metallurgical Machinery 721.200 Military Aid, Foreign-Anti-Insurrection 651.450 Metallurgical Measuring Machines 723.300 Military Aid, Foreign-Hostilities 651.450 Metallurgical Testing Machines 657.100 Military Aircraft PAGE 56 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001--4RCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 173.700 Military Attaches 593.130 Military Personnel-Ground Radar 752.000 Military Benefits 702.200 Military Personnel-Procurement 139.100 Military Blocs and Movements, Non-Party 589.130 Military Personnel-Radio 157.560 Military Censorship 589.730 Military Personnel-Radio Telephone 701.300 Military Ceremonies and Decorations 702.220 Military Personnel-Selection Criteria 691.100 Military Clothing and Related Equipment 589.430 Military Personnel-Shipborne Radio 135.241 Military Commission/Committees, CP 593.230 Military Personnel-Shipborne Radar 666.000 Military Communications Equipment 455.176 Military Personnel-Special Labor Groups 585.000 Military Communications System 588.200 Military Personnel-Telegraph Military Communications Training, see Training 587 200 Militar P l T l , Military . 591,300 y ersonne - e ephone Military Personnel-Television 701.600 Military Conferences, National 735.050 Military Police 567.001 Military Control of Civil Airfields 707.000 Military Policy 538.001 Military Control of Inland Ports 471.400 Military Policy-Effect on Economy 551.001 Military Control of Maritime Ports 718.000 Military Policy-Foreign Reaction to 524.001 Military Control of Railway Terminals 759.500 Military Prisons 759.300 Military Courts 742.000 Military Publications/Regulations 759.200 Military Crimes 713.000 Military Research and Development Policy 716.000 Military Defense Agreements 771.000 Military Schools 788.000 Military Defenses 157.600 Military Security Systems 157.740 Military Documentation, Personal 739.500 Military Societies 373.000 Military Engineering Military Societies, Subject Modifier 169. For 373.100 Military Engineering Orgs. and Facilities various applications, see list of subject 680.000 Military Equipment modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 481.230 Military Equipment-Gov. Econ. Planning 701.300 Military Traditions 333.600 Military Geography 763.000 Military Training 727.000 Military Government 759.400 Military Trials 735.025 Military Government-Organization 560.500 Military Use of Civil Aviation 701.100 Military History 429.110 Military Use of Fishing Fleet 271.200 Military Hospitals 502.500 Military Use of Highway Transp. System 179.400 Military Influence-Hegemony 531.500 Military Use of Inland Water Transp. 786.000 Military Installations 545.500 Military Use of Merchant Marine 744.152 Military Installations-Camouflage 517.500 Military Use of Railway Transp. System 161.350 Military Installations-Sabotage Target 501.500 Military Use of Transportation System 708.000 Military Intentions 654.000 Military Vehicles 759.100 Military Law 681.000 Militar Wea ons y p 714.000 Military Weapons-Employment Policy 712.000 Military Weapons-Program 355.200 Military Medicine 585.800 Military, Adaptability of Comma. System to 701.600 Military Meetings Military. See also entries under Armed Forces 173.200 Military Missions and Specific Subjects of Military Interest. 327.530 Military Operations, Climatic Influence on Militia, Subject Modifier 165. For various 723.000 Military Operations, Foreign applications, see list of subject modifiers 730.000 Military Organization arranged in alphabetical order. 183.605 Military Organizations, International 739.300 Militia Organization 747.000 Military Personnel 606.210 Milk 589.530 Military Personnel-Airborne Radio 633.010 Milk Production Plant Machinery 593.330 Military Personnel-Airborne Radar 612.230 Millboards 585.500 Military Personnel-Communications 605.100 Milled Products 597.200 Military Personnel-ECM 621.455 Millerite-Nickel Ore 589.220 Military Personnel-Fixed Radio 601.130 Millet 717.400 Military Personnel-Foreign Military Aid 651.150 Milliammeters Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 57 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 631.445 Milling Cutters-Machine Tool Accessories 179.130 Minorities-Support for-Hegemony 631.345 Milling Machines-Machine Tools 327.330 Mirages-Meteorology 609.400 Millwork-Lumber 319.310 Mirror and Lens Optics 633.260 Mine Car Dumpers-Mining Machinery 737.710 Missile Range Forces-Naval Organization 788.220 Mine Fields-Coastal Defense 782.130 Missile Servicing Techniques & Procedures 788.310 Mine Fields-Inland Waterway Missiles, Guided, see Guided Missiles 788.300 Mine Fields-Land Defense Missionary Activities, Religious, see Specific 681.740 Mine Fuses, Land Religions in 233.000 Section 682.630 Mine Fuses, Naval 173.000 Missions 737.223 Mine Layer Forces-Organization 159.335 Missions, Commercial-Intelligence Source 744.280 Mine Laying-Ground Force Tactics 159.333 Missions, Diplomatic-Intelligence Source 744.420 Mine Laying-Naval Tactics 159.336 Missions, Scientific- Intelligence Source 682.350 Mine Laying-Naval Weapons 327.220 Mist-Meteorology 656.410 Mine Laying-Vessels 619.314 Mixed Fertilizers 683.130 Mine Racks-Aircraft Weapons 654.140 Mixer Trucks 737.223 Mine Sweeper Forces-Organization 321.355 Mixing-Chemical Engineering 656.420 Mine Sweeping-Vessels 631.150 Mixing Machinery 744.280 Mine Warfare-Ground Force Tactics 589.600 Mobile Radio System 744.400 Mine Warfare-Naval Tactics 589.610 Mobile Radio Tactics, Military 774.600 Mine Warfare-Naval Training 702.300 Mobilization-Armed Forces 656.400 Mine Warfare-Vessels 439.000 Mobilization-Industry 625.160 Mineral Wool Except Fiberglass 560.500 Mobilization Capabilities, Civil Aviation 110 429 Mobilization Capabilities, Fishing Fleet 325.500 Mineralogy . 115.625 Minerals-Ministry/Agency 502.500 Mobilization Capabilities, Highway Transp. 623.000 Minerals, Non-Metallic 545.500 Mobilization Capabilities, Merchant Marine 115.635 Minerals, Non-Metallic-Ministry/Agency 517.500 Mobilization Capabilities, Railway Transp. 683.193 Mines, Aircraft Launched 501.500 Mobilization Capabilities, Transp. System 685.220 Mines, Biological Warfare 531.500 Mobilization Capabilities, Water Transp. 686.420 Mines, Chemical Warfare 319.635 Models-Nuclear Structure 681.585 Mines, Land Modernization, Product, see Subject Modifier 682.300 Mines, Naval 046, Chapter VI 684.220 Mines, Nuclear Warfare Modification, Product, see Subject Modifier 640.200 Miniature Lights/Bulbs 046, Chapter VI 678.050 Miniature Tubes-Electron Tubes 678.451 Modular Assemblies 481.215 Mining-Government Econ. Planning 606.910 Mohair 365.000 Mining Engineering 610.230 Mohair Fabrics 365.100 Mining Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 610.130 Mohair Thread & Yarn Mining Industries Labor, see Subject Modifier 633.080 Molders-Wood Working Machinery 006, Labor Section 453.000-463.900 624.050 Molding-Metal Products 633.260 Mining Machinery 609.400 Molding-Wood Products 115,500 Ministries & Executive Agencies 633.130 Molding Machinery-Foundry Equipment 115.400 Ministry, Cabinet Type 631.505 Molding Presses 210.110 Minoan Languages/Cultures 619.975 Molds-Chemical Products 737.220 Minor Combatant Naval Force Organization 677.950 Molecular Amplifiers 141.000 Minorities 319.605 Molecular Physics 135.559 Minorities-CP Penetration of 319.610 Molecular Physics Orgs. and Facilities 135.427 Minorities-CP Policy Toward 319.616 Molecular Spectroscopy 701.434 Minorities-Military Relations With 319.615 Molecular Structure-Physics 133.230 Minorities-Political Party Policy Toward 621.445 Molybdenite-Molybdenum Ore 261.130 Minorities-Private Opinion of 621.445 Molybdenum 163.313 Minorities-Propaganda Theme 621.178 Molybdenum Base Super Alloy Steels 258.130 Minorities-Public Opinion of 617.400 Molybdenum Oxide PAGE 58 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015000114ARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 103.500 Monarchism-Political Thought 615.850 Monastrol Blue-Dyes 621.475 Monazite Sands-Rare Earth Metals 475.810 Monetary Reform 475.800 Monetary System 475.840 Money in Circulation 210.385 Mongolian Language/Culture 589.260 Monitoring, Fixed Radio System 589.170 Monitoring, Radio Broadcasting System 589.770 Monitoring, Radio Telephone System 591.700 Monitoring, Television System 619.192 Monomers, Synthetic Rubber 355.630 Mononucleosis-Human Diseases 401.400 Monopoly Organization 621.435 Montroydite-Mercury Ore 317.520 Moon, see also Area Code 0240 623.500 Moonstone-Gem and Ornamental Stones 682.330 Moored Mines, Naval 538.250 Mooring Facilities, Inland Port 551.250 Mooring Facilities, Maritime Port 183.685 Moral Improvement Organizations, Internat. 748.200 Morale, Military Personnel 210.580 Moro Language/Culture 347.400 Morphology, Animal 345.300 Morphology, Plant 744.186 Mortar Tactics 773.140 Mortar Training 681.180 Mortars 681.230 Mortars-Ammunition 685.210 Mortars-Biological Warfare 686.410 Mortars-Chemical Warfare 681.195 Mortars-Components 681.690 Mortars-Fuses 684.210 Mortars-Nuclear Warfare 633.080 Mortisers-Wood Working Machinery 233.435 Moslem Faith 210.600 Moslem Language/Culture 345.700 Mosses-Botany 177.000 Mother Country-Dependency Relationships 623.500 Mother-of-Pearl-Gem and Ornamental Stones 651.300 Motion Measuring Instruments 694.160 Motion Picture Cameras 239.400 Motion Pictures-Arts 157.540 Motion Pictures-Censorship 694.200 Motion Pictures-Commodity/Research Aspect 135.577 Motion Pictures-CP Propaganda 183.525 Motion Pictures-International Orgs. 163.130 Motion Pictures-Propaganda Media 355.720 Motion Sickness-Human Diseases 628.230 Motor Benzol-Gasoline Additives 625.250 Motor Brushes, Carbon and Graphite 737.222 Motor Torpedo Boat Forces-Organization 656.220 Motor Torpedo Boats 774.400 Motor Torpedo Boats-Training, Naval 654.050 Motor Vehicle Spare Parts, NEC 654.000 Motor Vehicles 654.400 Motor Vehicles-Engines 507.000 Motor Vehicles-Highway Transp. System 633.900 Motor Vehicle-Maintenance and Repair Equip. 654.114 Motorcycles 636.300 Motors, Electric Motors, see also Engines 681.315 Mountain Artillery 333.314 Mountain Passes-Physical Geography 744.260 Mountain Warfare Tactics 770.050 Mountain Warfare Training 333.363 Mountains, Coastal- Physical Geography 333.313 Mountains, Inland-Physical Geography 347.260 Movement-Human Physiology 345.235 Movement-Plant Physiology 242.000 Movements, Cultural 720.000 Movements, Insurgent 183.000 Movements, International 255.420 Movements, Population 553.100 Movements, Ship-Merchant Marine 139.000 Movements of Pol. Significance, Non-Party 603.140 Mules-Livestock 315.250 Multidimensional Analytical Geometry 355.675 Multiple Sclerosis-Human Diseases 678.600 Multiplexers, Electronic . 355.630 Mumps-Human Diseases 123.000 Municipal Government 143.131 Murders, Political-Political Stability 617.110 Muriatic Acid 239.300 Music-Arts 157.530 Music-Censorship 236.263 Music-Education 694.700 Musical Instruments 686.110 Mustard Gas-War Gases 343.200 Mutation-Biology 606.120 Mutton 606.610 Mutton Tallow-Animal Fats and Oils 210.110 Mycaenean Languages/Cultures 355.675 Myelitis-Human Diseases 624.200 Nails-Wire Products 646.400 Nansen Petersson Water Bottle 615.040 Naphthalene 615.170 Naphthol 277.300 Narcotic Addiction-Social Problems 619.230 Narcotics-Drugs 345.235 Nastic Movement-Plant Physiology 475.711 National Bank 333.410 National Boundaries 204.000 National Characteristics MARCH 1967 PAGE 59 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 135.207 National Congress, CP 682.383 Naval Mines-Demolition Equipment 133.110 National Conventions, Political Party 682.381 Naval Mines-Detecting Equipment 413.100 National Fairs and Exhibitions 682.630 Naval Mines-Fuses 739.300 National Guard Organization 682.382 Naval Mines-Sweeping Equipment National Guard, Subject Modifier 165. For 115.533 Naval Ministry/Agency various applications, see list of subject 737.000 Naval Organization modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 744.300 Naval Tactics and Operating Procedures 207.100 National Holidays and Celebrations 774.000 Naval Training 473.300 National Income by Economic Share-GNP 656.000 Naval Vessels 121.200 National Law 782.110 Naval Vessels-Refueling Techniques 730.000 National Military Establishment 682.000 Naval Weapons and Ammunition 135.200 National Party Organization, CP 674.220 Navigation-Jamming Equipment 473.000 National Product 593.000 Navigation-Radar Systems 730.100 National Security Council 589.000 Navigation-Radio Systems 204.100 National Traits 775.220 Navigation-Training, Air Force 473.800 National Wealth 563.300 Navigation Aids-Civil Aviation 105.100 Nationalism 533.600 Navigation Aids-Inland Water Transp. 163.312 Nationalism-Propaganda Theme 547.200 Navigation Aids-Merchant Marine 135.423 Nationalism, CP Policy Toward 662.120 Navigation Equip., Artificial Satellite 133.240 Nationalism, Political Party Policy Toward 663.240 Navigation Equip., Manned Space Ship 261.121 Nationalism, Private Opinion of 672.000 Navigation Equip., NEC 258.121 Nationalism, Public Opinion of 670.000 Navigation Equip., Radar 255.321 Nationality Composition of Population 668.000 Navigation Equip., Radio 401.600 Nationalization 662.220 Navigation Equip., Space Platform 157.900 Nationals Residing Abroad, Policy Toward 663.120 Navigation Equip., Space Probe 333.341 Native Vegetative Cover-Geography 665.050 Navigation Equip. Spare Parts, NEC 623.400 Natural Abrasives 775.130 Navigator-Training, Air Force 623.490 Natural Chalk-Abrasives 748.112 Navigators-Military Aviation 615.850 Natural Dyes Navy, Subject Modifier 145. For various 628.410 Natural Gas applications, see list of subject modifiers 578.000 Natural Gas Pipelines arranged in alphabetical order. 471.310 Natural Resources-Econ. Self-Sufficiency Navy, see also Naval 473.830 Natural Resources-Nat. Wealth 103.410 Naziism-Political Thought Natural Resources, see Subject Modifier 021, 606.620 Neats Foot Oil-Animal Fats andOils Chapter VI 624.900 Needles 236.225 Natural Science-Education 319.435 Negative Electricity, Theory of 255.520 Naturalization 319.465 Negative Rays-Electric Discharges 744.490 Naval Accidents 121.220 Negotiable Instruments Law 737.230 Naval Auxiliary Forces 177.100 Negotiations-Foreign Relations 744.375 Naval Blockade Tactics 726.100 Negotiations Preceding Armistice 744.530 Naval Forces-Air Force Support Tactics 177.410 Negotiations Preceding Pol. Agreements 739.600 Naval Forces, Irregular 177.300 Negotiations with Unofficial Grps.-For. Rel. 682.100 Naval Guns 621.475 Neodymium-Rare Earth Metals 682.185 Naval Guns-Ammunition 619.260 Neomycin-Drugs 682.140 Naval Guns-Components 617.750 Neon Naval Infantry, Subject Modifier 155. For 640.300 Neon Lamps and Tubes various applications, see list of subject 355.655 Neoplasms-Human Diseases modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 271.093 Neoplasms-Human Diseases- Incidence 790.000 Naval Installations 619.194 Neopreme-Synthetic Rubber 355.220 Naval Medicine 210.390 Nepali Language/Culture 682.300 Naval Mines 623.925 Nepheline Syanite-Aluminum Silicates 682.380 Naval Mines-Countermeasure Equipment 646.100 Nephoscope-Meteorological Instruments PAGE 60 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 355.695 Nephritis-Human Diseases 355.695 Nephrosis-Human Diseases 317.600 Neptune-Planet. See also Area Code 0480. 686.170 Nerve Gases 355.675 Nervous System-Human Diseases 347.270 Nervous System-Human Physiology 656.665 Net Laying Ships 589.550 Networks, Aeronautical Radio 593.350 Networks, Airborne Radar 585.600 Networks, Communication 135.255 Networks, CP Courier 597.400 Networks, Electronic Countermeasure 589.240 Networks, Fixed Radio 593.150 Networks, Ground Radar 159.721 Networks, Intelligence 589.150 Networks, Radio 589.750 Networks, Radio Telephone 161.421 Networks, Sabotage 593.250 Networks, Shipborne Radar 589.450 Networks, Shipborne Radio 598.400 Networks, Submarine Cable 588.500 Networks, Telegraph 587.500 Networks, Telephone 591.500 Networks, Television 355.477 Neurological Surgery 355.405 Neurology 177.120 Neutrality-Foreign Relations 321.463 Neutralization-Chemical Reaction 491.330 Neutrals, Dealings with-Econ. Warfare 319.745 Neutrinos-Physics 319.740 Neutrons-Physics 357.225 Newcastle Disease-Animal Diseases 239.610 News Agencies 135.567 News Agencies-CP 163.110 News Agencies-Propaganda Outlets 239.600 Newspapers-Arts and Letters 694.850 Newspapers-Commodity Aspect 612.210 Newsprint 621.455 Niccolite-Nickel Ore 619.260 Nicerin-Drugs 621.455 Nickel 621.457 Nickel-Base Alloys 621.174 Nickel-Base Super Alloy Steels 619.905 Nickel Compounds-Catalysts 619.321 Nicotine-Insecticides 744.910 Night Flying Tactics 775.260 Night Flying Training 773.700 Night Training 621.315 Niobium-Columbium Ore 619.130 Nitrate-Plastics 619.314 Nitrate of Soda-Potash-Fertilizers 619.410 Nitrate Powder-High Explosives 619.410 Nitrated Phenols-High Explosives 617.120 Nitric Acid 628.540 Nitric Acid-Rocket Oxidizers 633.105 Nitriding Furnaces 321.466 Nitrification-Chemical Reaction 615.560 Nitro-Compounds-Organic Chemicals 615.560 Nitrobenzene 619.410 Nitrocellulose Compounds-High Explosives 628.550 Nitrocellulose-Rocket Fuels, Solid 617.715 Nitrogen 617.500 Nitrogen Compounds-Inorganic Chemicals 615.540 Nitrogen Compounds-Organic Chemicals 619.311 Nitrogen Fertilizers 686.110 Nitrogen Mustards-War Gases 628.540 Nitrogen Tetraoxide-Rocket Oxidizers 628.540 Nitrogen Trifluorides-Rocket Oxidizers 619.410 Nitroglycerin-High Explosives 628.550 Nitroglycerin-Rocket Fuels, Solid 615.560 Nitroso Compounds-Organic Chemicals 319.247 NMR, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 369.920 Noise Reduction Engineering 369.921 Noise Reduction-Eng. Orgs. and Facilities 315.400 Nomography 233.300 Non-Christian Faiths 625.272 Non-Clay Refractories 771.300 Non-Commissioned Officer Schools 765.000 Non-Commissioned Officer Training 255.445 Non-Communist Transients 319.465 Non-Corpuscular Rays-Electric Discharges 672.000 Non-Electronic Navigation Equipment NEC 691.500 Non-Electronic Signal Equipment, Military 315.250 Non-Euclidean Geometry 210.300 Non-European Languages/Cultures 621.200 Non-Ferrous Metals 115.629 Non-Ferrous Metals-Ministry/Agency 615.770 Non-Metal Containing Compounds 625.000 Non-Metallic Mineral Products 623.000 Non-Metallic Minerals 115.635 Non-Metallic Minerals-Ministry/Agency 513.000 Non-Motorized Highway Transp. System 139.000 Non-Party Blocs of Political Significance 639.000 Non-Rotary Power Converters 765.000 Non-Specialist Military Training 255.332 Non-Working Population-Population Data 628.250 Normal Heptane-Reference Fuels 633.105 Normalizing Furnaces 210.635 North American Indian Languages/Cultures 210.230 Norwegian Language/Culture 688.210 Nose Cones, Guided Missile 271.295 Noxious Gas Control Measures Nuclear, see also Atomic Nuclear Aircraft, see Specific Aircraft Types, MARCH 1967 PAGE 61 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 657.000 Section 624.150 Nuts-Hardware and Hand Tools 642.140 Nuclear Batteries 601.429 Nuts, Oil 657.695 Nuclear Batteries, Aircraft 601.300 Nuts, Except Oil Nuts 630.126 Nuclear Electric Power Plants 357.240 Nuttalosis-Animal Diseases 694.195 Nuclear Emulsions-Photographic Equip. 619.150 Nylon Nuclear Energy-Activities Related to, Subject 333.316 Oases-Physical Geography Modifier 075 345.514 Oct Diseases 381.000 Nuclear Engineering 601.125 Oats 381.100 Nuclear Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 327.420 Observation Methods-Meteorology 657.565 Nuclear Engines, Aircraft 327.410 Observatories, Weather 657.680 Nuclear Engines, Aircraft-Instruments 726.300 Observing Missions, Truce 688.775 Nuclear Engines, Guided Missile 565.300 Obsolescence, Civil Aircraft 655.151 Nuclear Engines, Locomotive 536.300 Obsolescence, Inland Water Transp. Vessel 654.414 Nuclear Engines, Motor Vehicle 549.300 Obsolescence, Merchant Vessel 656.832 Nuclear Engines, Ship Propulsion 507.300 Obsolescence, Motor Vehicle 327.421 Nuclear Explosions-Meteorologic Detection 522.300 Obsolescence, Railway Equipment 323.310 Nuclear Explosions-Seismic Detection 373.200 Obstacles-Military Engineering 327.540 Nuclear Explosions, Effect on Climate 355.420 Obstetrics-Branch of Medicine 371.323 Nuclear Explosions, Effect on Radio Waves 317.300 Occultations and Transits-Astronomy 628.510 Nuclear Fuels 329.600 Ocean Floor Topography-Oceanography 655.150 Nuclear Locomotives 333.733 Oceanographic Maps 319.247 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, NMR 656.660 Oceanographic Vessels 319.605 Nuclear Physics 329.000 Oceanography 649.000 Nuclear Physics Instruments and Apparatus 333.733 Oceanography-Charts and Maps 319.610 Nuclear Physics Orgs. and Facilities 329.700 Oceanography-Expeditions 630.400 Nuclear Power 646.400 Oceanography- Instruments 631.055 Nuclear Power Reactors, General Purpose 329.100 Oceanography-Organizations and Facilities 319.670 Nuclear Reactions-Physics 672.900 Octants-Navigation Equipment 633.190 Nuclear Reactors 619.180 Octyl Phthaltes-Plasticizers 631.055 Nuclear Reactors, Power 701.510 Offensive Warfare Capability 303.110 Nuclear Scientific Policy of Government 743.100 Offensive Warfare Doctrine 791.320 Nuclear Warfare-Airfields Offers to Sell, see Subject Modifier 064, Chapter VI 155.130 Nuclear Warfare-Civilian Defense 485.141 Offers to Sell, NEC 684.000 Nuclear Warfare-Equipment 403.140 Office Building Construction 735.300 Nuclear Warfare-Military Org. 694.100 Office Furniture 744.030 Nuclear Warfare-Military Tactics 633.340 Office Machines 770.350 Nuclear Warfare-Military Training 694.750 Office Supplies, Except Paper 714.100 Nuclear Warfare-Policy 771.200 Officer Candidate Schools, Military 261.311 Nuclear Warfare-Private Opinion of Officer Personnel, Military, see Subject Modifier 163.331 Nuclear Warfare-Propaganda Theme 185, Chapter VII 258.311 Nuclear Warfare-Public Opinion of 765.000 Officer Training, Military 688.510 Nuclear Warheads, Guided Missile 207.300 Official Ceremonies and Decorations 381.110 Nuclear Weapon Testing Sites 651.150 Ohmmeters 504.300 Numbering System, Road 319.455 Ohms Law-Electricity 315.150 Numbers, Arithmetical Theory of 628.245 Oil-Gas, Fuel, and Diesel 321.250 Numbers, Atomic-Chemistry 628.340 Oil-Gas, Fuel, and Diesel-Synthetic 355.410 Nursing 606.600 Oil, Animal 236.239 Nursing Training 628.210 Oil, Crude 355.415 Nutrition-Branch of Medicine 606.631 Oil, Fish 355.660 Nutrition-Human Diseases 628.255 Oil, Lubricating 347.220 Nutrition-Human Physiology 628.350 Oil, Lubricating-Synthetic 345.215 Nutrition-Plant Physiology 606.630 Oil, Marine Mammal PAGE 62 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 628.265 Oil, Road 385.313 Orbit of Space Vehicle 605.500 Oil, Vegetable 385.700 Orbit, Satellite and Space Probe 606.632 Oil, Whale Order of Battle, Subject Modifier 180. For 657.675 Oil Gauges, Aircraft various applications, see list of subject 633.010 Oil Mill Machinery, Vegetable modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 617.100 Oil of Vitriol 723,400 Order of Battle NEC 654.422 Oil Pumps, Vehicle Engine 742.100 Orders, Military 619.905 Oil Refining Catalysts 683.000 Ordnance, Air 631.505 Oil Seed Cake Presses 681.000 Ordnance, Ground 601.429 Oil Seeds and Nuts 682.000 Ordnance, Naval 628.205 Oil Shale 787.100 Ordnance Depots 633.280 Oil Well Drilling Machinery 373.000 Ordnance Engineering 737.231 Oiler-Naval Forces-Organization 373.100 Ordnance Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 605.580 Oiticica Oil 633.510 Ordnance Manufacturing Machinery 274.220 Old Age insurance 735.250 Ordnance Organization 619.264 Oleandomycin-Drugs 648.000 Ordnance Research and Testing Instruments 606.620 Oleic Acid-Animal Fats and Oils 770.500 Ordnance Training 606.610 Oleo-Animal Fats and Oils Ore, see Subject Modifier 105, 619.100 and 605.920 Oleomargarine-Processed Plant Products 621.000 605.530 Olive Oil 633.145 Ore Beneficiation Equipment 623.990 Olivine 633.260 Ore Pressing Machinery 623.500 Olivine-Gem and Ornamental Stones 355.485 Organ Transplants-Medicine 623.500 Onyx-Gem and Ornamental Stones 615.350 Organic Acids 623.500 Opal-Gem and Ornamental Stones 615.000 Organic Chemicals 633.101 Open Hearth Furnaces and Accessories 321.220 Organic Chemistry 239.300 Opera-Arts 615.430 Organic Salts 645.200 Operating Room Equipment 343.200 Organisms, Development of-Biology 775.200 Operational Flying Training 135.227 Organization Bureau, CP 732.200 Operations-Military Staff Level Org. Organization of Government, see Subject 567.130 Operations Buildings, Civil Airfield Modifier 024, Executive Branch Section 115.000 791.205 Operations Buildings, Military Airfield Organization of Industry, see Subject Modifier 355.425 Ophthalmology-Branch of Medicine 024, Chapter VI 261.000 Opinion, Private 730.000 Organization of the Armed Forces 258.000 Opinion, Public 183.000 Organizations, International 179.130 Opposition Groups, Support for-Hegemony 461.000 Organizations, Labor 319.520 Optical Effects-Magnetism 139.000 Organizations of Pol. Significance, Non-Pty. 673.120 Optical Equip., Infrared Organizations, see also Specific Types, e.g., 683.214 Optical Fire Control Equip., Aircraft Gun Political Parties 683.223 Optical Fire Control Equip., Bombing 615.750 Organometallics, NEC-Organic Chemicals 681.660 Optical Fire Control Equip., Ground Weapon 619.165 Organopolysiloxanes-Plastics 682.514 Optical Fire Control Equip., Naval Gun 210.350 Oriental Languages/Cultures 325.512 Optical Geological Exploration 619.125 Orlon-Plastics 625.214 Optical Glass 623.500 Ornamental Stones 644.000 Optical Instruments 355.630 Ornithosis-Human Diseases 633.500 Optical Instruments-Mfg. Machinery 233.090 Orthodox Faith 644.500 Optical Lenses 645.400 Orthopedic Appliances 677.950 Optical Masers 355.479 Orthopedic Surgery 327.330 Optical Phenomena-Meteorology 355.426 Orthopedics 319.356 Optical Properties of Materials 678.250 Oscillators and Components, Electronic 319.240 Optics-Physics 651.150 Oscilloscopes 319.465 Optics, Electron 621.465 Osmium-Platinum Metal 319.310 Optics, Geometrical 319.145 Osmosis Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 355.705 Osteomyelitis-Human Diseases 571.300 Papers Carried by Commercial Aircraft 638.000 Outlet Boxes- Electrical Equipment 553.400 Papers Carried by Commercial Vessels 135.571 Outlets, CP Propaganda 691.400 Parachute Jump Towers, Military 163.110 Outlets, Propaganda 691.800 Parachutes 633.090 Ovens, Special Industry 570.300 Parachuting-Civil Aviation 722.300 Overflights, Unauthorized 768.000 Parades, Military 631.180 Overhead Conveyers 628.260 Paraffin Wax 631.190 Overhead Cranes 628.360 Paraffin Wax, Synthetic 419.200 Ownership, Land-Agriculture 677.950 Paramagnetic Amplifiers 615.390 Oxalic Acid 625.221 Paramagnetic Materials-Cermets/Ceramics 615.610 Oxazo Compounds 319.500 Paramagnetism 321.469 Oxidation-Chemical Reaction 739.000 Paramilitary Org., Armed Forces 617.310 Oxides, Inorganic 135.239 Paramilitary Org., CP 615.320 Oxides, Organic 133.130 Paramilitary Org., Political Party 617.660 Oxides, Phosphorus 133.925 Paramilitary Training, Political Party 615.580 Oximes 657.290 Parasite Planes 619.160 Oxirane Devion-Plastics 343.322 Parasites, Animal-Biology 617.710 Oxygen 343.321 Parasites, Plant-Biology 628.540 Oxygen, Liquid-Rocket Oxidizers 355.605 Parasitic Diseases, Human 628.540 Oxygen Difluoride- Rocket Oxidizers 343.300 Parasitology 657.785 Oxygen Equipment, Aircraft 773.400 Paratrooper Training 686.630 Oxygen Equipment, Chemical Warfare 355.610 Paratyphoid-Human Diseases 694.300 Oxygen Equipment, Non-Military 319.055 Parity-Physics Principle 691.130 Oxygen Equipment, Underwater 651.300 Parking Meters 791.270 Oxygen Facilities, Mil. Airfield 117.000 Parliament 658.100 Oxygen Servicing Equip., Airfield 133.620 Parliamentary Activities of Pol. Parties 619.225 Oxytocics-Drugs 345.225 Parthenogenesis-Plant Physiology 633.360 Ozalid Type Machines 649.610 Particle Accelerators 628.540 Ozone, Liquid-Rocket Oxidizers 690.300 Particle Beam Weapons 210.555 Pacific Ocean Languages/Cultures 135.000 Parties, Communist 721.300 Pacification Measures, Anti-Insurgent 133.000 Parties, Non-Communist 628.280 Packaged Petroleum Fuels 739.400 Partisans, Armed Forces 409.300 Packaging 135.243 Partisans, CP 779.100 Packaging, Military Logistics 135.249 Partisans, CP-Training 631.545 Packaging Machinery Partisans, Subject Modifier 167. For various 624.450 Pails, Metal applications, see list of subject modifiers 619.590 Paint Dryers and Thinners arranged in alphabetical order. 239.200 Painting-Arts 177.740 Partition, Territorial-Foreign Relations 619.510 Paints 121.240 Partnership Law 325.300 Paleontology 135.400 Party Line, CP 621.465 Palladium-Platinum Metal 135.630 Party Line, CP, Changes in 601.449 Palm Nuts and Kernels-Oil Seeds and Nuts 135.620 Party Line, CP, Deviation from 605.535 Palm Oil 210.540 Pashto Language/Culture 601.427 Palm Sugar Crop 656.620 Passenger-Cargo Vessels 631.160 Pan Grinders-Pulverizing Machinery 654.111 Passenger Cars 624.350 Pans 655.210 Passenger Cars, Railroad 651.050 Pantographs 567.120 Passenger Handling-Civil Aviation 625.240 Paper, Asbestos 571.100 Passenger Traffic, Civil Air 612,000 Paper and Paper Products 510.100 Passenger Traffic, Highway 694.750 Paper Clips 539.100 Passenger Traffic, Inland Water 633.050 Paper Industry Machinery 553.200 Passenger Traffic, Maritime 115.575 Paper Industry Ministry/Agency 525.100 Passenger Traffic, Railway Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 656.615 Passenger Vessels 274.210 Pensions, Social Security 744.164 Passive Air Defense Tactics 702.510 Pensions, Veterans 773.650 Passive Air Defense Training 628.530 Pentaborane-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 744.140 Passive Defense Tactics, Military 615.140 Pentaerythritol 688.350 Passive Guided Missile Guidance Equip. 628.230 Pentane-Gasoline Additives 143.120 Passive Resistance-Political Stability 628.230 Pentenes-Gasoline Additives 255.512 Passports 619.194 Perbunan-Synthetic Rubber 601.510 Pasture Grasses 619.410 Perchlorate Powder-High Explosives 619.290 Patent Medicines 617.220 Perchlorates 441.000 Patent Pools 628.540 Perchlorofluoride-Rocket Oxidizers 121.251 Patents-Law 619.194 Perduren-Synthetic Rubber 157.410 Patents-Release Restrictions 619.970 Perfumes 441.100 Patents-Violation of Rights 605.550 Perilla Oil 649.200 Pathological Laboratory Apparatus 601.455 Perilla Seeds 355.430 Pathology-Branch of Medicine 657.680 Period Meters, Nuclear Aircraft 657.150 Patrol Aircraft 319.625 Periodic System-Atomic Structure 656.230 Patrol Vessels 644.100 Periscopes 489.200 Payments, Balance of 355.690 Peritonitis-Human Diseases 177.130 Peace-Foreign Relations 619.150 Perlon 135.799 Peace-Orgs., CP Front 333.330 Permafrost-Physical Geography 183.725 Peace-Orgs., International 617.340 Permanganates 139.600 Peace-Orgs., Non-Party 319.500 Permeability-Magnetism 261.320 Peace-Private Opinion of 489.110 Permits, Foreign Exchange 163.332 Peace-Propaganda Theme 157.760 Permits, Personal Documentation 258.320 Peace-Public Opinion of 617.310 Peroxides, Inorganic 177.400 Peace-Treaties 615.320 Peroxides, Organic 381.200 Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy 113.280 Persecution, Religious 605.540 Peanut Oil 606.530 Persian Lamb Skins 601.437 Peanuts 210.545 Persian Language/Culture 623.500 Pearls-Gem and Ornamental Stones 157.700 Personal Documentation 701.435 Peasants, Military Relations with 207.600 Personal Effects-Customs and Manners 628.120 Peat 691.135 Personal Safety Equipment, Military 355.435 Pediatrics- Branch of Medicine 694.300 Personal Safety Equipment, Non-Military 355.650 Pediculosis-Human Diseases 355.670 Personality Disorders-Human Diseases 355.660 Pellagra-Human Diseases 758.000 Personnel, Civilian-Military Services 153.400 Penal Institutions-Public Order and Safety 747.000 Personnel, Military 157.780 Penal Releases-Documentation 593.330 Personnel, Military-Airborne Radar 694.750 Pencils 589.530 Personnel, Military-Airborne Radio 319.105 Pendulum Theory-Physics 585.500 Personnel, Military-Communications 159.769 Penetration -Covert Intell. Operations 597.200 Personnel, Military-ECM 135.539 Penetration, CP 589.220 Personnel, Military-Fixed Radio Penetration, CP Front Orgs., see Specific 717.400 Personnel, Military-Foreign Military Aid Fronts following 135.700 593.130 Personnel, Military-Ground Radar 179.200 Penetration, Cultural-Hegemony 702.200 Personnel, Military-Procurement 179.300 Penetration, Economic-Hegemony 589.130 Personnel, Military-Radio 179.400 Penetration, Military-Hegemony 589.730 Personnel, Military-Radio Telephone 179.100 Penetration, Political-Hegemony 702.220 Personnel, Military-Selection Criteria 136.600 Penetration of CP 593.230 Personnel, Military-Ship borne Radar 619.252 Penicillin-Drugs 589.430 Personnel, Military-Shipborne Radio 333.361 Peninsulas-Physical Geography 455.176 Personnel, Military-Special Labor Groups 153.400 Penology-Public Order and Safety 732.100 Personnel, Military-Staff Level Org. 694.750 Pens, Writing 588.200 Personnel, Military-Telegraph MARCH 1967 PAGE 65 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 587.200 Personnel, Military-Telephone 305.000 Philosophy, Scientific 591.300 Personnel, Military-Television 355.680 Phlebitis-Human Diseases 307.300 Personnel, Scientific-Availability 694.700 Phonograph Records 307.400 Personnel, Scientific- Utilization 694.700 Phonographs Personnel, see also Labor 686.140 Phosgene-War Gases 791.220 Personnel Accommodations, Mil. Airfield 686.125 Phosgene Oxime-War Gases 720.510 Personnel Assistance to Insurgents 619.312 Phosphate Fertilizers 654.130 Personnel Carriers 623.945 Phosphate Minerals 654.240 Personnel Carriers, Armored 623.945 Phosphate Rock 654.113 Personnel Carriers, Light 615.730 Phosphines 786.220 Personnel Control Measures, Mil. Base 319.325 Phosphorescence, Light 135.229 Personnel Dept., CP 617.150 Phosphoric Acid 744.145 Personnel Dispersal Tactics, Military 617.660 Phosphoric Anhydride 435.100 Personnel Policies-Business Management 617.610 Phosphorus 421.350 Pest Control-Farm Methods 617.650 Phosphorus Chlorides 619.320 Pesticides 617.600 Phosphorus Compounds- Inorganic Chemicals 619.410 PETN-High Explosives 615.730 Phosphorus Compounds-Organic Chemicals 644.400 Petrographic Microscopes 617.660 Phosphorus Oxides and Sulfides 325.400 Petrography 617.650 Phosphorus Oxychloride 628.210 Petroleum 617.650 Phosphorus Trichloride 649.900 Petroleum Analyzers 159.320 Photo Interpretation-Intelligence 628.132 Petroleum Coke 775.320 Photo Interpretation-Mil. Training 383.000 Petroleum Engineering 321.210 Photochemistry 383.100 Petroleum Engineering Orgs., and Facilities 673.110 Photoconductive Detectors, Infrared 628.280 Petroleum Fuels, Packaged or Solidified 595.400 Photoelectric Detection and Control Sys. 628.270 Petroleum Gases 673.400 Photoelectric Detection/Control Equipment 115.631 Petroleum Industry Ministry/Agency 319.280 Photoelectric Light Radiation Effects 633.310 Petroleum Pipeline Equipment 673.110 Photoemissive Detectors, Infrared 577.000 Petroleum Pipelines 633.060 Photoengraving Machinery 628.215 Petroleum Products 333.721 Photogrammetry 628.300 Petroleum Products, Synthetic 619.980 Photographic Chemicals 633.150 Petroleum Refinery Machinery and Equipment 694.150 Photographic Equipment 619.170 Petroleum Resins-Plastics 333.713 Photographic Surveying 325.400 Petrology 239.700 Photography-Arts 619.200 Pharmaceuticals 319.353 Photography-Optics 355.830 Pharmaceuticals-Therapeutic Aspects 644.300 Photometers-Optical Instruments 343.600 Pharmacognoscy 644.300 Photomicrographic Apparatus-Optical Equip. 355.440 Pharmacology-Branch of Medicine 688.790 Photon Engines, Guided Missile 236.243 Pharmacy Training 630.500 Photon Power 319.415 Phase Law-Thermodynamics 678.100 Photosensitive Elements 649.610 Phasotron-Nuclear Physics Instruments 673.110 Photovoltaic Detectors, Infrared 615.050 Phenanthrene 615.850 Phthalein Dyes 619.115 Phenolics-Plastics 619.110 Phthalic Anhydride-Plastics 615.850 Phenolphthalein-Dyes 615.850 Phthalocyanine Dyes 615.170 Phenols 367.310 Physical Analysis-Metallurgy 615.720 Phenyl 321.210 Physical Chemistry 615.370 Phenylacetic Acids 649.300 Physical Chemistry Instruments 686.140 Phenyl Dichloroarsine-War Gases 204.200 Physical Features-Racial Characteristics 615.610 Phenylhydrazine 333.300 Physical Geography 467.000 Philosophy, Economic 325.200 Physical Geology 315.100 Philosophy, Mathematical 355.445 Physical Medicine 103.000 Philosophy, Political 367.200 Physical Metallurgy PAGE 66 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 325.512 Physical Methods-Geological Exploration 578.000 Pipelines, Gas 319.600 Physical Nature of Matter 577.000 Pipelines, Petroleum 321.300 Physical Processes-Chemical Engineering 580.000 Pipelines, Water 319.800 Physical Properties of Matter 457.310 Pirmrindniek Workers-Labor 329.200 Physical Properties of Sea Water 357.240 Piroplasmosis-Animal Diseases 331.310 Physical Properties of Surface Water 681.020 Pistols 770.800 Physical Security Training 609.100 Pit Props-Logs and Timber 135.652 Physical Security, CP Installations 619.936 Pitch 786.230 Physical Security, Military Base 621.339 Pitchblende 765.010 Physical Training, Military 333.440 Place Names, Geographic 319.000 Physics 455.120 Placement, Job 649.300 Physics-Instruments 271.095 Plague-Disease Incidence 319.010 Physics-Organizations and Facilities 355.620 Plague-Human Diseases 319.840 Physics of Impact 631.250 Plain Bearings 333.310 Physiography-Physical Geography 333.362 Plains, Coastal-Physical Geography 355.211 Physiological Aspects of Army Service 333.312 Plains, Inland-Physical Geography 355.231 Physiological Aspects of Flight 443.200 Plan Fulfillment NEC 355.205 Physiological Aspects of Mil. Medicine Plan Fulfillment, see Subject Modifier 051, 355.221 Physiological Aspects of Naval Service Chapter VI 355.241 Physiological Aspects of Space Flight 315.250 Plane Geometry 347.300 Physiology, Animal 663.100 Planetary Probes Vehicles and Components 347.200 Physiology, Human 317.500 Planetary System 345.200 Physiology, Plant 631.320 Planing Machines-Machine Tools 355.840 Physiotherapy 631.445 Planing Tools-Machine Tool Accessories 631.155 Pick-Type Breakers 155.100 Planning, Civilian Defense 656.642 Picket Ships 481.000 Planning, Economic 593.251 Picket Ship Sites 115.555 Planning, Economic-Ministry/Agency 624.150 Picks-Hardware and Hand Tools 493.111 Planning, International Economic 619.410 Picric Acid-High Explosives 463.100 Planning, Labor 538.250 Piers, Inland Port 124.000 Planning, Political-Gov. NEC 551.250 Piers, Maritime Port Planning, Production, see Subject Modifier 605.200 Pies 050, Chapter VI 657.695 Piezoelectric Effect Equip., Aircraft 481.265 Planning, Regional 319.445 Piezoelectricity 303.100 Planning, Scientific 319.520 Piezomagnetism Planning, see also Policy 646.300 Piezometer-Seismological Equip. 732.300 Plans-Military Staff Level Org. 621.106 Pig Iron 345.500 Plant Diseases 619.520 Pigments 345.600 Plant Diseases-Control and Eradication 609.100 Piles-Logs and Timber 425.110 Plant Diseases-Control Measures 633.190 Piles, Atomic 425.100 Plant Diseases-Incidence 571.310 Pilot Logs 355.243 Plant Experiments-Space Medicine 742.300 Pilot Logs, Military 619.319 Plant Hormones Pilot Plants/Experimental Plants, see Subject 343.321 Plant Parasites-Biology Modifier 081, Chapter VI 605.000 Plant Products, Processed 775.110 Pilot Training, Air Force 685.550 Plant Protective Equip.- Biological Warfare 748.110 Pilots-Military Aviation 633.320 Planting Machinery 619.936 Pine Oil 345.000 Plants-Botany Pipe, see Subject Modifier 110, 619.100 and 343.210 Plants-Genetics/Evolution 621.000 333.342 Plants, Edible-Physical Geography 625.120 Pipe, Sewer-Clay Products 403.130 Plants, Industrial-Construction 633.300 Pipe Layers-Construction Machinery 333.343 Plants, Poisonous-Physical Geography 633.310 Pipeline Equipment, Petroleum and Gas 619.275 Plasma, Blood MARCH 1Mproved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 67 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 649.615 Plasma Containment Devices 153.300 Police-Public Order and Safety 688.790 Plasma Engines, Guided Missile 735.050 Police, Military 319.466 Plasma Physics 157.110 Police, Political/Secret 625.150 Plaster 173.200 Police Missions 355.481 Plastic Surgery 589.600 Police Mobile Radio System 367.220 Plasticity-Metallurgy 153.310 Police Training-Public Order and Safety 619.180 Plasticizers 135.400 Policy, CP 619.100 Plastics 469.000 Policy, Economic 633.480 Plastics Fabricating Machinery 177.000 Policy, Foreign 625.130 Plate Glass 261.210 Policy, Foreign-Private Opinion of 333.312 Plateaus-Physical Geography 258.210 Policy, Foreign-Public Opinion of Plated Products, see Subject Modifier 114, 707.000 Policy, Military 619.100 and 621.000 718.000 Policy, Military-Foreign Reaction Plates, Sheets, and Strips, see Subject Modifier 124.000 Policy, Political 108, 619.100 and 621.000 133.200 Policy, Political Party 367.450 Plating-Metallurgy Policy, see also Planning 619.905 Platinum Catalysts 730.100 Policy Making Bodies, Military 621.465 Platinum Metals 177.100 Policy of Dependency Toward Mother Country 656.683 PleasureBoats 177.100 Policy of Mother Country Toward Dependency 177.750 Plebiscites-Foreign Relations 157.800 Policy Toward Foreigners in Country 319.315 Pleochroism-Light Absorption 157.900 Policy Toward Nationals Residing Abroad 355.685 Pleurisy-Human Diseases 355.630 Poliomyelitis 619.125 Plexiglass-Plastics 271.125 Poliomyelitis-Disease Incidence 672.900 Plotting Boards-Navigation Equipment 210.150 Polish Language/Culture 631.525 Plug Type Valves-Steam Equipment 631.335 Polishing Machines-Machine Tools 651.050 Plumb Bobs, Surveying 135.237 Politburo, CP 631.550 Plumbing Equipment 177.200 Political Asylum 651.400 Plumbs-Measuring Tools 135.237 Political Bureau, CP 317.610 Pluto--Planet. See also Area Code 0620. 117.510 Political Composition, Legislative Branch 621.355 Plutonium 732.100 Political Control-Mil. Staff Level Org. 609.500 Plywood 135.231 Political Control Commission, CP 633.080 Plywood Machinery 157.200 Political Crimes 631.180 Pneumatic Conveyers 143.110 Political Defection 657.740 Pneumatic Equipment, Aircraft 157.780 Political Documentation 688.600 Pneumatic Equipment, Guided Missile 103.800 Political Figures, Deification of 355.685 Pneumonia-Human Diseases 333.400 Political Geography 589.200 Point-to-Point Fixed Radio System 103.000 Political Ideologies 333.361 Points-Physical Geography Political Indoctrination-Armed Forces, use 355.722 Poisoning-Human Injuries Subject Modifier 135, 157.613 355.490 Poisoning-Toxicology 135.501 Political Indoctrination-CP 355.610 Poisoning, Food-Human Diseases Political Indoctrination-CP Front Orgs., 333.352 Poisonous Insects -Physical Geography see Specific Fronts following 135.700 333.343 Poisonous Plants-Physical Geography 236.110 Political Indoctrination-Education 569.400 Polar Aviation, Civil 723.620 Political Indoctrination-POW's 644.300 Polarimeters-Optical Instruments 157.613 Political Indoctrination-Security Program 319.225 Polarization-Acoustics 179,100 Political Influence-Hegemony 319.345 Polarization-Light 701.410 Political Influence of Armed Forces 644.500 Polarizers-Optical Assemblies 159.150 Political Intelligence Organizations 637.300 Pole Line Hardware-ElectricalEquip. 303.200 Political Interference-Science 609.100 Poles-Logs and Timber 173.300 Political Missions 135.547 Police-CP Penetration of 461.350 Political Objectives, Labor 133.235 Police-Political Party Policy Toward 183.605 Political Organizations, International PAGE 68 Approved For Release 2003/05/05: CIA-RDP81 500991 R00030015060-C41 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 135.000 Political Parties, Communist 135.515 Popular Support Tactics, CP 701.438 Political Parties, Military Relations with 255.000 Population Data 133.000 Political Parties, Non-Communist 606.130 Pork 157.110 Political Police-Internal Security 363.200 Port Engineering 124.000 Political Policy, Government 363.210 Port Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 701.400 Political Position of Armed Forces 551.200 Port Entry Procedures-Merchant Marine 143.400 Political Qualifications for Jobs 735.550 Port Organization, Military 143.111 Political Redefection 333.732 Port Plans-Cartography 245.000 Political Science as a Social Science 485.130 Ports, Free 183.685 Political Science Organizations, Internat. 538.000 Ports, Inland Waterway 135.225 Political Secretariat, CP 551.000 Ports, Merchant Marine 143.000 Political Stability 210.080 Portuguese Language/Culture 103.000 Political Thought 646.500 Porus Pots-Prospecting Instruments 177.400 Political Treaties 657.655 Position Indicators, Aircraft 177.600 Political Warfare 319.435 Positive Electricity, Theory of 135.429 Politics, Domestic-CP Policy 319.465 Positive Rays-Electric Discharges 133.245 Politics, Domestic-Pol. Pty. Policy 319.730 Positrons-Physics 163.312 Politics, Domestic-Propaganda Theme 157.550 Postal Censorship 261.120 Politics, Domestic-Private Opinion 159.759 Postal Communications-Covert Intell. Ops. 258.120 Politics, Domestic-Public Opinion 586.130 Postal Services 271.340 Pollution, Water Supply 586.120 Postal Services Using Rockets or Missiles 615.230 Polyaldehydes 586.000 Postal System 619.150 Polyamides-Plastics 135.573 Posters-CP Propaganda 619.140 Polycarbonate-Plastics 163.160 Posters-Propaganda Media 615.390 Polycarboxylic Acids 789.120 Posts, Ground Forces 619.155 Polychlorotrifluoroethylene-Plastics 609.100 Posts, Wooden 355.665 Polycythemia-Human. Diseases 333.318 Pot Holes-Physical Geography 619.110 Polyesters-Plastics 617.030 Potash 619.135 Polyethylene-Plastics 621.216 Potassium-Alkali Metals 628.550 Polyethylene-Rocket Fuels, Solid 619.313 Potassium Fertilizers 619.135 Polyformaldehyde 623.630 Potassium Minerals 315.150 Polygonal Numbers 617.570 Potassium Nitrate 315.300 Polygonometry 623.630 Potassium Nitrate-Potassium Minerals 615.140 Polyhydroxy Aliphatic Alcohols 617.330 Potassium Oxides and Peroxides 615.180 Polyhydroxy Benzenes 628.550 Potassium Perchlorates-Rocket Fuel, Solid 615.150 Polyhydroxy Cyclic Alcohols 619.313 Potassium Sulfate-Fertilizers 615.230 Polyketones 601.220 Potatoes 321.920 Polymer Chemistry 319.490 Potential-Magnetism 321.472 Polymerization-Chemical Reaction 701.500 Potential, Armed Forces 615.050 Polynuclear Hydrocarbons 471.000 Potential, Economic 615.160 Polyphenols 319.095 Potential Energy-Physics 619.135 Polypropylene-Plastics 651.150 Potentiometers 619.120 Polystyrene-Plastics 637.300 Potheads-Electric Power Equip. 628.550 Polysulfide-Rocket Fuels, Solid 624.350 Pots 619.170 Polyterpene Resins-Plastics 625.224 Pottery 619.155 Polytetrafluoroethylene-Plastics 603.150 Poultry 628.550 Polyurethane-Rocket Fuels, Solid 633.320 Poultry Machinery 619.145 Polyvinyl Plastics 606.140 Poultry Meat 331.300 Ponds-Hydrology/Hydrography 619.410 Powder-High Explosives 601.467 Poppy Crop Powders, see Subject Modifier 115, 619.100 605.560 Poppy Seed Oil and 621.000 601.447 Poppy Seed Oilseeds and Nuts 630.000 Power MARCH 1967 PAGE 69 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 481.220 Power-Government Econ. Planning 367.410 Pressing-Metallurgy 633.260 Power Augers-Mining and Quarrying Machinery 651.350 Pressure Control Instruments 639.000 Power Converters, Non-Rotary 117.300 Pressure Groups-Legislative Branch 636.400 Power Converters, Rotary 657.675 Pressure Instruments, Aircraft 657.690 Power Equipment, Aircraft 651.200 Pressure Measuring Instruments 115.615 Power Industry-Ministry/Agency 657.730 Pressure Regulators, Hydraulic-Aircraft Power Industries Labor, see Subject Modifier 657.740 Pressure Regulators, Pneumatic-Aircraft 007, Labor Section 453.000-463.900 657.770 Pressurization Equipment-Aircraft 183.205 Power Organizations, International 355.400 Preventive Medicine 638.000 Power Outlets-Electrical Equipment 623.950 Priceite-Boron Minerals 369.200 Power Plant Eng. Prices-Commodities, see Subject Modifier 369.210 Power Plant Eng. Orgs. and Facilities 059, Chapter VI 630.110 Power Plants, Electric 274.130 Prices-Consumer Goods and Services 663.210 Power Plants, Manned Space Ship 481.330 Prices-Gov. Economic Control 662.110 Power Plants, Satellite 443.300 Prices-Statistics NEC 662.210 Power Plants, Space Platform 115.200 Prime Minister 663.110 Power Plants, Space Probe 315.150 PrimeNumbers 585.630 Power Sources, Communications System 619.420 Primers-Explosives 597.430 Power Sources, ECM System 683.400 Primers, Air Weapon 589.243 Power Sources, Fixed Radio System 681.770 Primers, Ground Weapon 593.153 Power Sources, Ground Radar System 682.700 Primers, Naval Weapon 589.153 Power Sources, Radio Broadcasting 582.400 Primitive Transportation 589.753 Power Sources, Radio Telephone 676.400 Printers, Electronic Data Processing 588.530 Power Sources, Telegraph System 694.180 Printing Apparatus, Photographic 587.530 Power Sources, Telephone System 135.569 Printing Establishments, CP 591.530 Power Sources, Television System 694.850 Printing Industry Products 624.150 Power Tools-Hardware and Hand Tools 619.965 Printing Inks 654.170 Powered Sleds 612.220 Printing Papers 117.100 Powers, Legislative Branch 633.060 Printing Trades Machinery 621.475 Praseodymium-Rare Earth Metals 644.500 Prisms-Optical Assemblies 236.201 Pre-School Education 319.310 Prisms-Optics 617.060 Precipitated Calcium Carbonate 271.195 Prison Hospitals 321.473 Precipitation-Chemistry 723.600 Prisoners of War 327.225 Precipitation-Meteorology 723.610 Prisoners of War-Camps 633.500 Precision Instrument Mfg. Machinery 153.400 Prisons 651.000 Precision Instruments 759.500 Prisons, Military 369.911 Precision Instruments-Eng. Orgs. 657.210 Private Aircraft 369.910 Precision Instruments-Engineering 567.200 Private Airfields 333.352 Predatory Animals-Physical Geography 570.000 Private Flying/Gliding-Civil Aviation 115.200 Premier-Government 157.880 Privileges Granted Foreigners 763.000 Premilitary Training 135.611 Privileges Granted to CP Members 427.200 Preservation- Forestry Practice 311.200 Prizes-Science 779.100 Preservation-Military Logistics 133.811 Pro-Communist Cliques, Political Party 115.100 President-Government 315.920 Probability-Mathematics 157.510 Press-Censorship 657.805 Probe-Drogue Fueling Equip., Aircraft 135.555 Press-CP Penetration of 606.000 Processed Animal Products 113.211 Press-Freedom of 605.000 Processed Plant Products 183.165 Press-Organizations, International Processes, Industrial, see Subject Modifier 039, 159.331 Press, Foreign-Intelligence Source Chapter VI 631.380 Presses-Machine Tools 367.400 Processes, Metallurgical 631.505 Presses-NEC 355.450 Proctology-Branch of Medicine 633.060 Presses-Printing Machinery 485.141 Procurement-Foreign Trade PAGE 70 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015000ftRCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 115.569 Procurement, Agricultural-Ministry/Agency 173.900 Propaganda Missions Procurement, Commodity, see Subject Modifier 135.640 Propaganda Weaknesses, CP 064, Chapter VI 319.225 Propagation-Acoustics 419.600 Procurement, State-Agriculture 371.322 Propagation-Radio Waves 628.420 Producer Gas-Manufactured Gases 628.270 Propane-Petroleum Gases 435.220 Product Standardization, Industrial 628.270 Propane-Butane Mixtures-Petroleum Gases 481.310 Production-Gov. Econ. Control 657.615 Propellers, Aircraft Production, Planned and Estimated, see Subject 319.165 Properties of Gases-Physics Modifier 050, Chapter VI 319.130 Properties of Liquids-Physics 457.310 Production Benefits-Labor 481.370 Property-Government Expropriation of 473.100 Production by Economic Share-GNP 481.370 Property-Government Restitution of 473.200 Production by End User-GNP 121.210 Property-Law 631.560 Production Control Equipment, Automatic 113.230 Property-Rights Production Data, see Subject Modifier 049, 615.360 Propionic Acid Chapter VI 688.700 Propulsion Equipment, Guided Missile 435.210 Production Difficulties NEC 663.230 Propulsion Equipment, Manned Space Ship Production Difficulties, see Subject Modifier 656.800 Propulsion Equipment, Marine 035, Chapter VI 682.210 Propulsion Equipment, Naval Torpedo 369.700 Production Engineering 662.110 Propulsion Equipment, Satellite 369.710 Production Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 662.210 Propulsion Equipment, Space Platform 435.200 Production Management and Control Production Plan Fulfillment, see Subject Modifier 663.110 Propulsion Equipment, Space Probe Propulsion Equipment, see also Engines, Motors 051, Chapter VI 615.500 Propyl Iodide 443.100 Production Statistics NEC 615.550 Propylamines 463.300 Productivity, Labor 628.270 Propylene-Petroleum Gases Products-Statistics, Modifications, and Actions Affecting, see Subject Modifiers, Chapter VI 615.320 Propylene Oxide Prospecting, see Subject Modifier 020, Chapter VI Professional Groups/Labor, see Subject Modifier 325.510 Prospecting, Geological 012, Labor Section 453.000-463.900 645.400 Prosthetic Devices 135.859 Professional Orgs.-CP Fronts 355.812 Prosthetic Devices-Therapeutic Aspects 139.500 Professional Orgs. -Non-Party 685.500 Protective Equipment-Biological Warfare Profit, Commodity, see Subject Modifier 068, 686.600 Protective Equipment-Chemical Warfare Chapter VI 637.400 Protective Equipment-Electrical Equip. 481.360 Profit-Government Control 691.135 Protective Equipment-Military 311.330 Programming, Data 694.300 Protective Equipment-Non-Military 315.940 Programming, Linear-Mathematics 684.500 Protective Equipment-Nuclear Warfare 589.121 Programming, Radio Broadcasting 686.620 Protective Masks 591.210 Programming, Television 619.170 Protein Plastics 303.100 Programs for Science, Government 615.600 Proteins 690.400 Projected Plasma Weapons 233.155 Protestant Faith 319.110 Projectiles, Laws of Motion of 649.610 Proton-Cyclotron-Nuclear Physics Equip. 694.170 Projection Apparatus, Photographic 319.735 Protons-Physics 315.250 Projective Geometry 347.600 Protozoa-Zoology 485.313 Promotion, Foreign Trade 355.650 Protozoal Diseases-Human Diseases 751.000 Promotion, Military Personnel 651.050 Protractors 163.000 Propaganda 621.485 Proustite-Silver Ore 136.400 Propaganda, Anti-Communist 210.100 Provencal Language/Culture 135.563 Propaganda, CP 123.000 Provincial Government Propaganda, CP Front Orgs., see Specific 135.275 Provincial/Regional Organization, CP Fronts following 135.700 123.500 Provinces-Relations Between 133.850 Propaganda, Political Party 159.769 Provocation-Covert Intell. Operations 135.565 Propaganda Department, CP 683.317 Proximity Fuses, Aircraft Gun/Rocket MARCH 1967 PAGE 71 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 681.710 Proximity Fuses, Artillery 633.050 Pulp Mill Machinery 683.327 Proximity Fuses, Bomb 609.100 Pulpwood 682.647 Proximity Fuses, Depth Charge 657.535 Pulsejet Aircraft Engines 681.735 Proximity Fuses, Field Rocket 601.240 Pulses-Vegetables 688.421 Proximity Fuses, Guided Missile 321.315 Pulverizing-Chemical Engineering 682.617 Proximity Fuses, Naval Ammunition 631.160 Pulverizing Machinery 682.637 Proximity Fuses, Naval Mine 623.420 Pumice-Silicate Abrasives 682.627 Proximity Fuses, Torpedo 578.200 Pumping Stations, Gas Pipeline 621.425 Psilomelane-Manganese Ore 577.200 Pumping Stations, Petroleum Pipeline 355.630 Psittacosis-Human Diseases 580.200 Pumping Stations, Water Pipeline 355.700 Psoriasis-Human Diseases 631.100 Pumps 355.455 Psychiatry 657.800 Pumps, Fuel-Aircraft 355.860 Psychoanalysis 631.530 Pumps, Grease and Oil 355.212 Psychological Aspects of Army Service 657.730 Pumps, Hydraulic-Aircraft 355.232 Psychological Aspects of Flight 656.839 Pumps, Marine 355.207 Psychological Aspects of Mil. Medicine 657.740 Pumps, Vacuum-Aircraft 355.222 Psychological Aspects of Naval Service 676.200 Punched Tape Equipment 355:242 Psychological Aspects of Space Flight 631.390 Punching Machines-Machine Tools 164.000 Psychological Warfare 210.505 Punjabi Language/Culture 735.910 Psychological Warfare-Mil. Org. 619.215 Purgatives-Drugs 744.165 Psychological Warfare-Mil. Tactics 135.657 Purges-CP Members 770.650 Psychological Warfare Training, Military 157.380 Purges-Government Repressive Measures 245.300 Psychology 271.340 Purification, Water Supply 355.670 Psychoneurotic Disorders-Human Diseases 694.350 Purification, Water Supply-Equipment 651.100 Psychrometers 355.665 Purpura-Human Diseases 677.500 Public Address Equipment 659.900 Pushcarts 475.500 Public Debt 621.485 Pyargyrite-Silver Ore 271.000 Public Health 355.620 Pyemia-Human Diseases 355.460 Public Health-Branch of Medicine 619.321 Pyrenones-Insecticides 363.400 Public Health Engineering 619.321 Pyrethrum-Insecticides 363.410 Public Health Eng. Orgs. and Facilities 646.100 Pyrheliometer-Meteorological Instruments 121.250 Public Law-National Law 615.690 Pyridine 258.000 Public Opinion and Attitudes 623.905 Pyrites 153.000 Public Order and Safety 628.530 Pyrocatechol Alcohol-Rocket Fuels, Liquid 274.000 Public Welfare 319.445 Pyroelectricity 481.255 Public Works-Gov. Econ. Planning 621.425 Pyrolusite--Manganese Ore 115.503 Public Works-Ministry/Agency 321.475 Pyrolysis-Chemical Reaction 742.000 Publications-Armed Forces 319.520 Pyromagnetism 157.530 Publications-Censorship-Literature 651.100 Pyrometers 157.510 Publications-Censorship-Press 621.405 Pyromophite-Lead Ore 563.310 Publications-Civil Aviation 617.150 Pyrophosphoric Acid 135.573 Publications-CP Propaganda 623.925 Pyrophyllite-Aluminum Silicate Minerals 547.220 Publications-Merchant Marine Navigation 686.810 Pyrotechnics 163.120 Publications-Propaganda Media 686.820 Pyrotechnics-Dissemination Equipment 157.400 Publications-Release Restrictions 615.550 Pyrrole 135.569 Publishing Houses, CP 357.270 Q Fever-Animal Diseases 694.850 Publishing Industry Products 355.640 Q Fever-Human Diseases 633.101 Puddling Furnaces and Accessories 315.150 Quadratic Residues 631.230 Pulleys 435.200 Quality Control-Business Management 624.150 Pulls-Hardware and Hand Tools 677.950 Quantum Mechanical Devices 355.465 Pulmonary Diseases-Branch of Medicine 319.247 Quantum Resonance Phenomena 612.100 Pulp, Paper 319.245 Quantum Theory-Light PAGE 72 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R000300150 MA H 6U15 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 319.035 Quantum Theory-Physics Principle 367.260 Radiation Effects-Metallurgy 633.260 Quarrying Machinery 363.369 Radiation Protection 787.200 Quartermaster Depots 619.232 Radiation Protection-Drugs 691.000 Quartermaster Equipment 355.831 Radiation Protection-Therapeutic Drugs 735.450 Quartermaster Organization 657.780 Radiation Shielding, Cockpit 770.600 Quartermaster Training 355.726 Radiation Sickness-Human Injuries 623.965 Quartz Crystals 649.621 Radiation Survey Meters 173.200 Quasi-Military Missions 319 225 Radiators-Acoustics 739.000 Quasi-Military Org., Armed Forces . 135.239 Quasi-Military Org., CP 654.421 Radiators, Vehicle Engine 133.130 Quasi-Military Org., Political Party 157.520 Radio-Censorship 315.150 Quaternions with Integral Coefficients 135.577 Radio-CP Propaganda 538.250 Quays, Inland Port 327.341 Radio-Effect of Weather on 551.250 Quays, Maritime Port 113.211 Radio-Freedom of 357.270 Queensland Fever-Animal Diseases 183.165 Radio-Organizations, International 367.440 Quenching-Metallurgy 589.130 Radio-Personnel, Military 617.050 Quick Lime 163.140 Radio-Propaganda Media 619.235 Quinine-Drugs 159.331 Radio, Foreign-Intelligence Source 615.550 Quinoline 678.710 Radio Antennas 615.260 Quinones 317.420 Radio Astronomy 485.312 Quotas-Trade Controls 589.155 Radio Broadcasting, Clandestine 357.260 Rabies-Animal Diseases 589.120 Radio Communications Tactics, Military 355.630 Rabies-Human Diseases 371.300 Radio Engineering 201.400 Race Relations, Including Persecutions 371.310 Radio Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 255.321 Racial Composition of Population 668.000 Radio Equipment 593.320 Radar, Airborne -Military Tactics 371.324 Radio Freq. Effects on Electronic Equip. 593.120 Radar, Ground-Military Tactics 688.300 Radio Guidance, Guided Missile 593.220 Radar, Shipborne-Military Tactics 668.000 Radio Navigation Equipment 678.730 Radar Antennas 592.100 Radio Receivers in Use by Populace 670.000 Radar Equip. 589.200 Radio Relay System 683.213 Radar Fire Control Equip., Aircraft Gun 589.000 Radio Systems 683.222 Radar Fire Control Equip., Bombing 589.157 Radio Systems Adaptability to Military Use 681.650 Radar Fire Control Equip., Ground Weapon 589.755 Radio Telephone Networks Using Commo. Sats. 682.513 Radar Fire Control Equip., Naval Gun 589.700 Radio Telephone System 688.300 Radar Guidance, Guided Missile 589.765 Radio Telephone Sys. Adapt. to Mil. Use 670.000 Radar Navigation Equipment 589.731 Radio Telephone Training, Military 593.330 Radar Personnel, Military Airborne 651.150 Radio Test Equipment 593.130 Radar Personnel, Military Ground 688.421 Radio Wave Fuses, Guided Missile 593.230 Radar Personnel, Military Shipborne 371.320 Radio Waves 593.000 Radar Systems 684.120 Radioactive Agents-Nuclear Weapons 674.220 Radar Systems Jamming Equipment 327.361 Radioactive Fallout 651.150 Radar Test Equipment 355.820 Radioactive Substances-Therapeutic Aspect 319.465 Radiation, Electric 617.845 Radioactive Tracer Isotopes 319.385 Radiation, Heat 345.245 Radioactive Tracer Techniques- Botany 319.275 Radiation, Light 367.260 Radioactive Tracer Techniques-Metallurgy 327.260 Radiation, Solar 347.280 Radioactive Tracer Techniques-Physiology 327.260 Radiation, Terrestrial 633.200 Radioactive Waste Disposal Equipment 321.210 Radiation Chemistry 271.305 Radioactive Wastes, Disposal of 744.031 Radiation Detection-Armed Forces 331.311 Radioactivity-Fresh Water 155.131 Radiation Detection-Civilian Defense 323.600 Radioactivity-Geophysics 345.245 Radiation Effects-Botany 327.360 Radioactivity-Meteorology 347.280 Radiation Effects-Human Physiology 329.210 Radioactivity-Oceanography MARCH 1919pproved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 73 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 319.645 Radioact ivity-Physics 315.200 Rational Fractions-Algebra Radiolog ical Warfare, see Nuclear Warfare 157.790 Rationing-Cards/Permits 355.470 Radiolog y-Branch of Medicine 481.320 Rationing-Gov. Economic Controls 668.300 Radiotele phone Equipment 691.310 Rations, Military 621.361 Radium 333.314 Ravines-Physical Geography 657.850 Radomes , Aircraft 606.920 Raw Silk-Animal Products 612.120 Rag Pulp 619.130 Rayon 744.185 Raid Tac tics, Military 619.410 RDX-High Explosives 624.050 Railings -Metal Products 385.314 Re-Entry of Space Vehicle 631.190 Railroad Cranes 633.190 Reactors, Nuclear 655.200 Railroad Rolling Stock Reactors, Nuclear, see also Nuclear Engines 609.300 Railroad Ties-Forest Products 631.055 Reactors, Nuclear Power 538.550 Railway Connections, Inland Port 614.010 Reagents 551.550 Railway Connections, Maritime Port 478.000 Real Estate 363.150 Railway Engineering 315.350 Real Variables-Mathematics 363.160 Railway Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 710.000 Rearmament 655.000 Railway Equipment 135.655 Rebukes and Self-Criticism, CP 115.590 Railway Equipment-Ministry/Agency 668.200 Receivers, Radio 589.600 Railway Mobile Radio System 669.200 Receivers, Television 519.000 Railway Networks 347.270 Receptors- Human Physiology 655.050 Railway Spare Parts, NEC Reciprocating Aircraft, see Specific Aircraft 519.400 Railway Structures, Description of Types, 657.000 Section 624.300 Railway Track-Metal Products 657.405 Reciprocating Engines, Aircraft 517.500 Railway Transp. Adaptability to Mil. Use 608.110 Reclaimed Rubber, Natural and Synthetic 517.000 Railway Transp. System 363.250 Reclamation-Engineering 780.200 Railway Transp. System, Military 363.260 Reclamation-Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 115.643 Railway s-Ministry/Agency 421.250 Reclamation-Farm Methods 327.330 Rainbow s-Meteorology 481.210 Reclamation-Govt. Economic Planning 319.325 Raman Effect-Light 115.503 Reclamation-Ministry/Agency 601.417 Ramie C rop 177.500 Recognition and Diplomatic Relations 610.215 Ramie F abrics 744.186 Recoilless Rifle Tactics 610.115 Ramie T hread and Yarn 773.140 Recoilless Rifle Training Ramjet Aircraft, see Specific Aircraft Types, 681.255 Recoilless Rifles 657.0 00 Section 681.295 Recoilless Rifles-Ammunition 657.510 Ramjet Engines, Aircraft 681.270 Recoilless Rifles-Components 688.715 Ramjet Propulsion Equip., Guided Missile 657.150 Reconnaissance Aircraft 683.214 Range F inders, Aircraft Fire Control 662.181 Reconnaissance Equip., Artificial Satellite 681.660 Range F inders, Ground Fire Control 662.281 Reconnaissance Equip., Space Platform 682.514 Range F inders, Naval Fire Control 663.181 Reconnaissance Equip., Space Probe 736.700 Ranger Organization 663.281 Reconnaissance Equip., Space Ship 744.250 Ranger Tactics 738.600 Reconnaissance Organization, Air Force 749.000 Ranks, Military Personnel 736.700 Reconnaissance Organization, Ground Force 601.451 Rapese ed-Oil Seeds and Nuts 744.600 Reconnaissance Tactics, Air 655.300 Rapid-T ransit Cars 744.250 Reconnaissance Tactics, Ground 621.475 Rare-Ea rth Metals 744.475 Reconnaissance Tactics, Naval 657.655 Rate of Climb Indicators, Aircraft 773.800 Reconnaissance Training 573.100 Rates, C ivil Aviation 694.700 Recording Equipment 489.120 Rates, F oreign Exchange 651.000 Recording Instruments 512.100 Rates, Highway Transp. 135.213 Records, CP 541.100 Rates, I nland Water Transp. 135.652 Records, CP-Security 555.100 Rates, Merchant Marine 779.400 Records, Military Logistics 527.100 Rates, Railway Transp. 694.700 Records, Phonograph PAGE 74 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R00030015006)AJCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 435.300 Records Management 369.900 Refrigeration Engineering 385.713 Recovery-Artificial Satellites 631.555 Refrigeration Equipment 385.111 Recovery Areas or Sites-Astronautics 657.775 Refrigeration Equipment-Aircraft 385.311 Recovery of Space Vehicles-Astronautics 656.715 Refrigeration Equipment-Ship Components 207.700 Recreation-Customs 617.775 Refrigeration Gases 694.600 Recreation Equipment 403.200 Refrigeration Plants 183.445 Recreation Organizations, International 655.220 Refrigerator Cars, Railroad 455.110 Recruitment, Labor 654.140 Refrigerator Trucks 702.340 Recruitment, Military 782.100 Refueling-Military Techniques 657.695 Rectifiers, Aircraft 657.805 Refueling Equipment, Aerial 678.100 Rectifiers, Dry-Electronic Components 333.640 Refugee Escapes 639.000 Rectifiers, Electrical Non-Rotary 255.451 Refugees 678.200 Rectifiers, Electronic 619.130 Regenerated Cellulose-Plastics 319.310 Rectilinear Propagation-Light 143.200 Regime's Relations with Communism 357.250 Recurrent Fever-Animal Diseases 716.200 Regional Defense Agreements 315.350 Recurrent Series-Mathematics 333.220 Regional Intelligence Studies 619.520 Red Iron Oxide-Pigments 471.321 Regional Interdependence of Industry 617.370 Red Lead 135.275 Regional Organization, CP 619.520 Red Lead-Pigments 239.100 Regional Planning-Civic Arts 617.610 Red Phosphorus 481.265 Regional Planning-Government Planning 143.111 Redefection, Political 702.330 Registration-Armed Forces Mobilization 321.478 Reduction-Chemical Reaction 157.810 Registration- Foreigners 656.833 Reduction Gears-Ship Propulsion Equip. 507.100 Registration-Motor Vehicles 657.452 Reduction Gears-Turboprop Aircraft Engine 565.110 Registration Numbers-Civil Aircraft 333.368 Reefs-Physical Geography 560.310 Regulation-Civil Aviation 319.180 Reentry-Aerodynamics Problem 409.100 Regulation-Commerce, Domestic 385.712 Reentry-Space Vehicles 485.300 Regulation-Commerce, Foreign 662.161 Reentry Structures, Artificial Satellite 585.310 Regulation-Communication System 662.261 Reentry Structures, Space Platform 562.200 Regulation-Foreign Airlines and Aircraft 663.161 Reentry Structures, Space Probe 545.340 Regulation-Foreign Shipping 663.276 Reentry Structures, Space Ship 502.310 Regulation-Highway Transportation System 628.250 Reference Fuels 531.310 Regulation-Inland Water Transp. System Refinery Shapes and Intermediates, see Subject 545.310 Regulation-Merchant Marine Modifier 106, 619.100 and 621.000 133.610 Regulation-Non-CP Political Parties 367.430 Refining-Metallurgy 517.310 Regulation-Railway Transportation System 633.150 Refining Equipment, Petroleum 501.310 Regulation-Transportation System 633.105 Refining Furnaces Regulations, Industrial and Commodity, see 319.225 Reflection-Acoustics Subject Modifier 069, Chapter VI 319.385 Reflection-Heat 742.000 Regulations, Military 319.310 Reflection-Light 651.350 Regulators 674.230 Reflectors-Electronic Countermeasures 657.695 Regulators, Electric-Aircraft 347.270 Reflexes-Human Physiology 657.785 Regulators, Oxygen-Aircraft 427.100 Reforestation-Forestry Practice 603.110 Reindeer-Livestock 419.400 Reform, Agrarian 625.140 Reinforced Concrete 475.810 Reform, Monetary 135.659 Reinstatement of Party Members, CP 319.225 Refraction-Acoustics 355.620 Relapsing Fever-Human Diseases 319.385 Refraction-Heat Relations, Foreign, see Foreign Relations 319.310 Refraction-Light 701.430 Relations Between Armed Forces and Public 319.345 Refraction, Double-Light 113.400 Relations Between Exec., Leg. and Judicial Br. 644.300 Refractometers-Optical Instruments 444.000 Relations Between Industry and Gov. 625.270 Refractory Products 720.250 Relations Between Insurgents and Domestic Grps. 651.200 Refrigeration Controls 463.500 Relations Between Labor and Management MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 75 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 701.410 Relations Between Regime and Armed Forces 522.410 Repair-Railway Equipment 701.420 Relations Within the Armed Forces 521.000 Repair-Railway Transp. System 319.025 Relativity Principle 593.252 Repair-Shipborne Radar System 637.400 Relays, Electrical 589.452 Repair-Shipborne Radio System 657.695 Relays, Electrical-Aircraft 598.420 Repair-Submarine Cable Sys. 274.310 Relief, Emergency-Welfare Services 588.520 Repair-Telegraph System 274.320 Relief, War-Welfare Services 587.520 Repair-Telephone System 333.310 Relief Features-Physical Geography 591.520 Repair-Television System 183.725 Relief Organizations, International 633.900 Repair and Maint. Equip.-Motor Vehicle 233.000 Religion 403.100 RepairEnterprises 135.415 Religion-CP Policy Toward 658.100 Repair Equipment, Aircraft 115.517 Religion-Ministry/Agency 658.200 Repair Equipment, Airfield 133.225 Religion-Political Party Policy Toward 655.410 Repair Equipment, Railroad 136.220 Religious Attitudes and Measures, Anti-Comm. 791.280 Repair Facilities, Mil. Airfield 113.280 Religious Freedom and Rights 790.200 Repair Facilities, Naval Ship 701.431 Religious Groups, Military Relations With 656.650 Repair Ships 135.559 Religious Organizations-CP Penetration 487.000 Reparations 159.334 Religious Organizations-Intell. Source 255.531 Repatriates, Policy Toward Own 135.919 Religious Organizations, CP Front 255.530 Repatriation 183.405 Religious Organizations, International 723.630 Repatriation of POW's 139.810 Religious Orgs. of Pol. Significance 666.200 Repeater Equipment, Telephone 113.280 Religious Persecution 565.300 Replacement, Civil Aircraft 236.255 Religious Training 536.300 Replacement, Inland Water Transp. Vessel Relocation-Industry, see Subject Modifier 034, 549.300 Replacement, Merchant Vessel Chapter VI 507.300 Replacement, Motor Vehicle 439.300 Relocation NEC-Industrial Mobilization Replacement, Product, see Subject Modifier 455.130 Relocation of Labor 045, Chapter VI 319.500 Reluctance-Magnetism 522.300 Replacement, Railway Equipment 633.195 Remote Handling Equip., Atomic Energy Plant 157.300 Repressive Measures, Governmental 385.315 Rendezvous of Space Vehicles 157.340 Reprisals-Government Repressive Measures 478.100 Rent, Real Estate 347.240 Reproduction-Human Physiology 589.552 Repair-Aeronautical Radio System 345.225 Reproduction-Plant Physiology 593.352 Repair-Airborne Radar System 603.250 Reptiles 565.410 Repair-Civil Aircraft 333.352 Reptiles-Physical Geography 568.000 Repair-Civil Airfields 159.200 Requirements, Intelligence 585.620 Repair-Communications System 489.140 Requirements for Foreign Exchange and Gold 597.420 Repair-Electronic Countermeasure System Requirements for Products, see Subject Modifier 589.242 Repair-Fixed Radio System 054, Chapter VI 593.152 Repair-Ground Radar System 791.255 Rescue Facilities, Mil. Airfield 506.000 Repair-Highway Transp. System 744.480 Rescue Procedures, Naval Repair-Industrial Facilities, see Subject Modifier 032, Chapter VI 732.600 Research-Mil. Staff Level Org. Research, Commodity, see Subject Modifier 535:000 Repair-Inland Water Transportation 080, Chapter VI 536.400 Repair-Inland Water Vessels 463,100 Research, Labor 547.130 Repair-Maritime Canals 791,350 Research Airfields, Mil. 552.000 Repair-Maritime Ports 688.190 Research Guided Missiles 549.400 Repair-Merchant Vessels 644.300 Research Instruments, Optical 507.400 Repair-Motor Vehicles 135.557 Research Organizations, CP Penetration of Repair-Products, see Subject Modifier 045, 183.245 Research Organizations, International Chapter VI 301.000 Research Organizations, National 589.152 Repair-Radio Broadcasting System 713.000 Research Policy, Military 589.752 Repair-Radio Telephone Sys. 475.721 Reserves, Bank 1967 PAGE 76 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003001506&?- Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 739.100 Reserves, Military 633.101 Reverbatory Furnaces and Accessories Reserves, Military, Subject Modifier 159. For 768.000 Reviews, Military various applications, see list of subject 135.620 Revisionism, CP modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 143.140 Revolutions 271.345 Reservoirs, Water Supply Revolutions, see also Insurgent Movements and 255.455 Resettlement-Population Movements Activities 157.750 Residence Cards 681.020 Revolvers 315.150 Residues, Systems of 210.100 Rhaetic Language/Culture 455.140 Resignation, Labor Turnover 621.900 Rhenium 619.115 Resinox-Plastics 355.680 Rheumatic Fever-Human Diseases 619.100 Resins 355.705 Rheumatism-Human Diseases 319.455 Resistance-Electricity 621.465 Rhodium-Platinum Metal 135.247 Resistance Activities, CP 621.425 Rhodochrosite-Manganese Ore 135.243 Resistance Groups, CP 601.145 Rice 651.150 Resistance Meters-Electrical Equip. 345.515 Rice Diseases 720.000 Resistance Movements 355.660 Rickets-Human Diseases 678.300 Resistors, Electronic 355.640 Rickettsial Pox-Human Diseases 319.225 Resonance Phenomena-Acoustics 333.313 Ridges-Physical Geography 615.180 Resorcinol 135.243 Rifle Clubs-CP Para-Military Org. 619.115 Resorcinol-Formaldehyde-Plastics 681.570 Rifle Grenades 471.310 Resources, Natural-Econ. Self-Sufficiency 631.360 Rifle Working Machines-Machine Tools Resources, Natural, see Subject Modifier 021, 681.030 Rifles Chapter VI 681.035 Rifles, Automatic 347.210 Respiration-Human and Animal Physiology 681.255 Rifles, Recoiless 345.210 Respiration-Plant Physiology 133.120 Right Wing Ideology, Political Party 619.210 Respiratory Depressants-Drugs 113.270 Rights, Alien 355.685 Respiratory Diseases, Human 113.260 Rights, Citizenship NEC 619.210 Respiratory Stimulants-Drugs 113.200 Rights, Civil 271.215 Rest Homes-Medical Facilities 1 13.230 Rights, Property 481.370 Restitution of Property, Government 113.280 Rights, Religious 157.631 Restricted Areas-Borders 113.250 Rights, Voting 786.210 Restricted Areas-Military Bases 113.240 Rights, Women 157.750 Restricted Areas-Permits 357.265 Rinderpest-Animal Diseases 157.850 Restrictions-Foreigners 143.130 Riots 157.360 Restrictions-Gov. Repressive Measures 136.500 Riots, Anti-Communist 157.400 Restrictions- Information Release 721.100 Riots, Use of Armed Forces to Quell 157.363 Restrictions-Travel 633.300 Rippers-Construction Machinery 157.853 Restrictions-Travel of Foreigners 331.330 River Studies- Hydrology 779.300 Resupply Methods and Procedures, Military 531.000 River Transp. System- Inland Waterway 274.130 Retail Prices of Consumer Goods 331.300 Rivers-Hydrology/Hydrography 409.000 Retail Trade Practices and Techniques 333.364 Rivers-Physical Geography 673.120 Reticles- Infrared Equip. 367.435 Riveting-Metallurgy 565.300 Retirement, Civil Aircraft 631.475 Riveting Machines 536.300 Retirement, Inland Water Transp. Vessels 624.150 Rivets-Hardware and Hand Tools 549.300 Retirement, Merchant Vessel 504.200 Road Capacity-Highway Transp. 757.000 Retirement, Military Personnel 538.550 Road Connections, Inland Port 507.300 Retirement, Motor Vehicle 551.550 Road Connections, Maritime Port Retirement of Product or Equipment, see 506.200 Road Construction Subject Modifier 045, Chapter VI 633.300 Road Construction Equip. 522.300 Retirement, Railway Equipment 506.100 Road Construction Equip.-Highway Transp. 744.187 Retreat-Infantry Tactics 115.665 Road Construction Equip.-Ministry/Agency 475.300 Revenue, Government 504.300 Road Numbering System-Highway Transp. MARCH Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 77 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R000300150001-4 628.265 Road Oil 210.060 Romance Languages/Cultures 504.110 Roads, Access 210.255 Romany Language/Culture 506.210 Roads, Access-Construction 612.240 Roofing Paper Roads, see also Highways 625.170 Roofing Shingles-Asphalt Products 633.097 Roasting Furnaces and Accessories 625.110 Roofing Slate 633.260 Rock Boring and Drilling Machinery 610.500 Rope 325.210 Rock Changes-Geology 633.030 Rope Making Machinery 623.620 Rock Salt-Sodium Minerals 615.850 Rosaniline-Dyes 625.160 Rock Wool Insulation 619.934 Rosin 333.368 Rock, Coastal-Physical Geography 619.321 Rotanone-Insecticides 333.317 Rock, Inland-Physical Geography 636.400 Rotary Converters- Electrical Equip. 657.540 Rocket Aircraft Engines 631.535 Rotary Drum Filters 570.220 Rocket Clubs-Civil Aviation 631.115 Rotary Pumps 631.065 Rocket Engines, NEC 651.300 Rotation Measuring Instruments 683.210 Rocket Fire Control Equip., Aircraft 522.410 Roundhouses-Railway Transp. System 682.510 Rocket Fire Control Equip., Naval 504.200 Route Capacity-Highway Transp. Rocket Forces, Subject Modifier 151. For 533.200 Route Capacity-Inland Waterway Transp. various applications, see list of subject 519.200 Route Capacity-Railway Transp. modifiers arranged in alphabetical order. 563.000 Routes, Civil Aviation 628.520 Rocket Fuels 504.100 Routes, Highway Transportation 683.310 Rocket Fuses, Air Weapon 333.630 Routes, Invasion-Military Geography 681.715 Rocket Fuses, Ground Weapon 547.000 Routes, Merchant Marine 682.610 Rocket Fuses, Naval Weapon 519.100 Routes, Railway Transportation 683.120 Rocket Launchers, Aircraft 608.000 Rubber 685.210 Rocket Launchers, Biological Warfare 608.100 Rubber, Crude 686.410 Rocket Launchers, Chemical Warfare 608.110 Rubber,, Reclaimed 681.485 Rocket Launchers, Field 619.194 Rubber, Synthetic 681.120 Rocket Launchers, Infantry Antitank 619.920 Rubber Chemicals 682.125 Rocket Launchers, Naval 633.115 Rubber Curing Ovens-Special Ind. Furnaces 684.210 Rocket Launchers, Nuclear Warfare 608.200 Rubber Products, Natural and Synthetic 775.230 Rocket Operational Training, Air Force 633.070 Rubber Working Machinery 688.725 Rocket Propulsion Equip., Guided Missile 621.218 Rubidium-Alkali Metals 683.185 Rockets, Aircraft 623.640 Rubidium Minerals 681.165 Rockets, Antitank 623.500 Rubies-Gem and Ornamental Stones 685.220 Rockets, Biological Warfare 210.085 Rumanian Language/Culture 686.420 Rockets, Chemical Warfare 603.110 Ruminants-Livestock 681.540 Rockets, Field 163.180 Rumors-Propaganda Media 682.190 Rockets, Naval 654.350 Running Gear, Vehicle 684.220 Rockets, Nuclear 791.125 Runways, Frozen Surface-Mil. Airfields 619.329 Rodent Poisons 791.110 Runways, Natural Surface-Mil. Airfields 625.211 Rods, Glass 791.080 Runways, Permanent Surface-Mil. Airfields 355.470 Roentgenology-Branch of Medicine 791.095 Runways, Temporary Surface-Mil. Airfields 631.155 Roll Crushers 333.430 Rural Areas-Geography 657.755 Roll Limiters, Aircraft 255.210 Rural Distribution of Population 631.245 Roller Bearings 481.221 Rural Electrification-Gov. Planning 631.180 Roller Conveyers 271.280 Rural Hygiene 633.300 Rollers-Construction Machinery 271.370 Rural Waste Disposal Systems 367.415 Rolling-Metallurgy 210.155 Russian Language/Culture 631.410 Rolling Mill Machinery 619.915 Rust Inhibitors and Preventatives 655.200 Rolling Stock, Railroad 621.465 Ruthenium-Platinum Metal 522.000 Rolling Stock, Railroad-System 621.515 Rutile-Titanium Ore 631.375 Rolls-Forging Machinery 601.110 Rye PAGE 78 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 S00991 R0003001511Wc1 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 345.512 Rye Diseases 161.000 Sabotage 135.263 Sabotage, CP 786.1 10 Sabotage, Mil. Base Vulnerability to 644.300 Saccharimeters-Optical Instruments Safety, Industrial, see Subject Modifier 027, Chapter VI 691.135 Safety Equipment, Military 694.300 Safety Equipment, Non-Military 457.300 Safety Measures-Labor 617.020 Sal Soda 457.100 Salaries-Labor 750.000 Salaries-Military Personnel 478.100 Sales, Real Estate 409.500 Sales, Retail and Wholesale Trade 485.112 Sales Agents-Foreign Trade 121.220 Sales Law 619.235 Salicylic Acid-Drugs 329.300 Salinity-Sea Water Properties 355.610 Salmonella Infections NEC-Human Diseases 623.620 Saltpeter-Sodium Minerals 617.200 Salts, Inorganic 615.430 Salts, Organic 536.450 Salvage Operations, Inland Waterways 549.450 Salvage Operations, Merchant Marine 744.470 Salvage Procedures, Naval 656.645 Salvage Ships 621.475 Samarium-Rare-Earth Metals 271.215 Sanatoria-Medical Facilities 623.200 Sand 161.290 Sand-Sabotage Device 333.367 Sand Bars, Coastal-Physical Geography 333.317 Sand Bars, Inland-Physical Geography 333.367 Sand Dunes, Coastal-Physical Geography 333.317 Sand Dunes, Inland-Physical Geography 633.300 Sanders-Construction Machinery 355.630 Sandfly Fever-Human Diseases 625.230 Sandpaper 623.100 Sandstone 623.410 Sandstone-Silica Abrasives 619.215 Sanguinaria-Drugs 363.400 Sanitary Engineering 363.410 Sanitary Engineering Orgs. and Facilities 271.315 Sanitation, Public 623.500 Sapphires-Gem and Ornamental Stones 619.145 Saran-Plastics 210.090 Sardinian Language/Culture 624.050 Sash-Metal Products 385.714 Satellite Accident or Loss 662.100 Satellites, Artificial 385.700 Satellites, Artificial-Launching 385.500 Satellites, Artificial-Tracking 662.300 Satellites, Communication 585.640 Satellites, Communication-General Network 589.154 Satellites, Communication-Radio Network 589.247 Satellites, Communication -Radrel Network 589.755 Satellites, Communication-RT Network 591.540 Satellites, Communication-TV Network 623.500 Satin Spar-Gem and Ornamental Stones 317.580 Saturn-Planet. See also Area Code 0640. 475.714 Savings and Loan Companies 633.080 Sawmill Machinery 624.150 Saws-Hardware and Hand Tools 355.650 Scabies-Human Diseases 475.850 Scandals, Financial 143.320 Scandals, Political 633.300 Scarifiers-Construction Machinery 355.620 Scarlet Fever 271.100 Scarlet Fever-Disease Incidence 319.465 Scattering-Electric Discharges 319.325 Scattering- Light 573.200 Schedules, Civil Aviation System 512.200 Schedules, Highway Transp. System 541.200 Schedules, Inland Water Transp. System 555.200 Schedules, Merchant Marine System 586.200 Schedules, Postal System 527.200 Schedules, Railway Transp. System 588.400 Schedules, Telegraph System 587.400 Schedules, Telephone System 621.525 Scheelite-Tungsten Ore 135.650 Schisms, CP 133.810 Schisms, Political Party 355.650 Schistosomiasis-Human Diseases 236.311 Scholarships-Foreign Nationals 236.217 Scholarships-Higher Education 403.150 School Construction 135.503 Schools, CP 236.205 Schools, Elementary/Secondary 236.275 Schools, Foreign 236.213 Schools, Higher Education 771.000 Schools, Military 236.271 Schools, Vocational 355.675 Sciatica-Human Diseases 307.100 Science-Budget 307.000 Science-Capabilities and Vulnerabilities 135.557 Science-CP Penetration 135.419 Science-CP Policy 309.300 Science-Exchange of Personnel 303.100 Science-Five Year Plan 309.000 Science-Foreign Relations 303.200 Science-Government Interference 303.000 Science-Government Policy 305.000 Science-History and Philosophy 157.570 Science-Information Censorship MARCH 1967 PAGE 79 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 159.140 Science-Intelligence Organizations 236.203 Secondary Education 183.265 Science-Meetings, Internat. 157.110 Secret Police-Internal Security 311.100 Science-Meetings, Not. 135.225 Secretariat, Political-CP 115.521 Science-Ministry/Agency 347.230 Secretion-Human Physiology 173.500 Science-Missions 135.271 Sectional Organization, CP 183.245 Science-Orgs., International 477.000 Securities 301.000 Science-Orgs., National 589.560 Security-Aeronautical Radio 307.300 Science-Personnel, Availability of 593.360 Security-Airborne Radar System 307.400 Science-Personnel, Utilization of 560.620 Security-Civil Aviation 133.225 Science-Political Party Policy Toward 585.700 Security-Communication System 309.100 Science -Treaties and Agreements 159.730 Security-Covert Intelligence 311.400 Scientific and Technical Standards 597.500 Security-ECM 311.410 Scientific and Technical Standards, Orgs. 157.640 Security-Economic Facilities 625.213 Scientific Laboratory Glassware 589.250 Security-Fixed Radio System 305.000 Scientific Method 593.160 Security-Ground Radar System 159.336 Scientific Missions-Intelligence Source 502.620 Security-Highway Transp. System 305.000 Scientific Trends Security-Industry, see Subject Modifier 027, 569.300 Scientific Uses of Civil Aviation Chapter VI 649.621 Scintillation Counters 538.100 Security-Inland Port 624.350 Scissors 531.620 Security-Inland Water Transp. 347.600 Scorpions-Zoology 551.150 Security-Maritime Port 654.113 Scout Cars 589,460 Security-Maritime Radio System 677.400 Scramblers, Communications 545.620 Security-Merchant Marine Scrap, see Subject Modifier 116, 619.100 and 786.000 Security-Military Bases 621.000 115.504 Security-Ministry/Agency 481.290 Scrap Drives--Government Economic Planning 586.400 Security-Postal System 633.290 Scrappers-Excavating Machinery 589.160 Security-Radio Broadcasting 624.200 Screening-Wire Products 589.760 Security-Radio Telephone Sys. 631.170 Screening Machinery 517.620 Security-Railway Transp. System 686.300 Screening Smokes-Chemical Warfare Equip. 593.260 Security-Shipborne Radar System 744.390 Screening Tactics, Naval 589.460 Security-Shipborne Radio System 631.180 Screw Conveyers 598.500 Security-Submarine Cable Sys. 624.150 Screw Drivers-Hardware and Hand Tools 588.600 Security-Telegraph System 624.150 Screws-Hardware and Hand Tools 587.600 Security-Telephone System 239.200 Sculpture-Arts 591.600 Security-Television System 355.660 Scurvy 501.620 Security-Transportation System 271.090 Scurvy-Disease Incidence 135.650 Security, CP 329.500 Sea Ice-Oceanography 274.200 Security, Social 329.300 Sea Water, Chemical Properties of 716.000 Security Agreements, Military 694.400 Sea Water-Desalting Equipment 157.620 Security Classification Systems 363.420 Sea Water-Desalting Research 157.670 Security Clearances 329.200 Sea Water, Physical Properties of 677.400 Security Equipment, Communications 333.369 Sea-Physical Geography 491.100 Security Export and Import Controls 791.020 Seaplane Stations, Military 739.200 Security Forces, Militarized 657.220 Seaplanes 157.610 Security Programs 551.000 Seaports 157.820 Security Protection of Foreigners 744.480 Search and Rescue, Naval 157.650 Security Protection of Nationals 722.400 Search of Foreign Aircraft 157.100 Security Services, Internal 722.500 Search of Foreign Ships 157.600 Security Systems 670.000 Search Radar Equipment 619.230 Sedatives-Drugs 345.700 Seaweed-Botany 321.352 Sedimentation-Chemical Engineering 619.110 Sebacic Acid-Plastics 325.220 Sedimentation-Geology PAGE 80 MARCH 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 633.320 Seed Planting Machinery 649.900 Sewage Testing Instruments 601.429 Seeds, Oil 625.120 Sewer Pipe-Clay Products 331.322 Seiches-Surface Water Dynamics 633.030 Sewing Machines 325.512 Seismic Geological Exploration 207.910 Sex Customs 646.300 Seismological Instruments 672.900 Sextants-Navigation Equipment 323.305 Seismological Stations 315.250 Shadow Representation-Geometry 323.300 Seismology Shaft Turbine Aircraft, see Specific Aircraft 722.400 Seizure of Foreign Aircraft Types, 657.000 Section 722.500 Seizure of Foreign Ships 657.420 Shaft Turbine Aircraft Engines 615.750 Selenides-Organic Chemicals 633.130 Shakeout Equipment-Foundry Equipment 623.915 Selenium 631.170 Shaking and Vibrating Screening Machinery 135.655 Self-Criticism, CP 628.191 Shale-Solid Fuels 319.510 Self-Induction Currents-Magnetism 628.205 Shale Oil 681.345 Self-Propelled Artillery 681.600 Shallow Water Mines 654.220 Self-Propelled Gun Carriages 688.530 Shaped Charge Warheads, Guided Missile 471.300 Self-Sufficiency, Economic 631.320 Shaping Machines-Machine Tools 657.720 Selsyns, Aircraft 631.445 Shaping Tools-Machine Tool Accessories 691.500 Semaphore-Military Signal Equipment 619.970 Shaving Cream 688.350 Semiactive Guided Missile Guidance Equip. 367.240 Shearing-Metallurgy 625.222 Semiconducting Materials-Cermets/Ceramics 631.390 Shearing Machines-Machine Tools 625.292 Semiconducting Materials, Non-Metallic 624.350 Shears 678.100 Semiconductor Devices 603.130 Sheep-Livestock Semifinished Shapes, see Subject Modifier 619.329 Sheep Dip 107, 619.100 and 621.000 357.275 Sheep Pox-Animal Diseases Semimilitary Organizations, see Quasi-Military Org. 624.050 Sheet Metal Work 210.595 Semitic Languages/Cultures Sheets, see Subject Modifier 108, 619.100 654.130 Semitrailer Trucks and 621.000 621.235 Senarmontite-Antimony Ore 608.240 Sheets, Rubber 355.715 Senility-Human Diseases 610.900 Sheets, Textile 619.215 Senna-Drugs 603.300 Shellfish 347.270 Sensory Perception-Human Physiology 683.175 Shells, Aircraft Weapon 631.540 Separators 681.440 Shells, Artillery 355.620 Septicemia-Human Diseases 685.220 Shells, Biological Warfare 210.180 Serbian Language/Culture 686.420 Shells, Chemical Warfare 210.160 Serbo-Croatian Language/Culture 682.185 Shells, Naval Weapon 423.300 Sericulture 684.220 Shells, Nuclear Warfare 623.935 Serpentine-Talcose Minerals 327.540 Shelter Belts-Climate 619.270 Serums-Drugs 155.400 Shelters, Civilian Defense 655.230 Service Cars, Railroad 788.600 Shelters, Military 656.600 Service Ships 633.115 Sherardizing Ovens-Special Ind. Furnaces 782.000 Servicing Techniques, Military Logistics 662.162 Shielding Equipment, Artificial Satellite 657.720 Servomechanisms, Electric-Aircraft 662.262 Shielding Equipment, Space Platform 688.600 Servomechanisms, Guided Missile 663.162 Shielding Equipment, Space Probe 657.730 Servomechanisms, Hydraulic-Aircraft 663.277 Shielding Equipment, Space Ship 657.740 Servomechanisms, Pneumatic-Aircraft 625.170 Shingle, Roofing-Asphalt Products 605.565 Sesame Oil 233.305 Shintoism 601.445 Sesame Seed-Oil Seeds and Nuts 553.100 Ship Movements-Merchant Marine 686.110 Sesqui Mustard-War Gases 722.200 Ship Movements-Territorial Violations 623.950 Sessolite-Boron Minerals 624.050 Ship Shapes-Metal Products 333.430 Settlement Patterns, Non-Urban-Geography 656.050 Ship Spare Parts, NEC 271.360 Sewage Disposal 774.100 Shipboard Training, Naval 694.450 Sewage Disposal Equipment 595.240 Shipborne Acoustic System MARCH Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 PAGE 81 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 673.221 Shipborne Aeroacoustic Equipment 625.170 Siding-Asphalt Products 673.211 Shipborne Hydroacoustic Equipment 519.120 Sidings, Railway 673.183 Shipborne Infrared Countermeasure Equip. 521.220 Sidings, Railway-Construction 673.101 Shipborne Infrared Equipment 619.520 Sienna-Pigments 595.140 Shipborne Infrared System 631.170 Sifters-Screening Machinery 673.310 Shipborne Magnetic Equipment Sightings of Military Equipment, see Subject 595.340 Shipborne Magnetic System Modifier 076, Chapter VI 595.440 Shipborne Photoelectric System 683.215 Sights, Aircraft Fire Control 670.200 Shipborne Radar Equipment 683.224 Sights, Bomb Fire Control 593.200 Shipborne Radar System 681.665 Sights, Ground Fire Control 593.270 Shipborne Radar Sys. Adapt. to Mil. Use 682.515 Sights, Naval Fire Control 668.220 Shipborne Radio Receivers 371.321 Signal Characteristics-Radio Engineering 589.400 Shipborne Radio Systems 694.550 Signal Equipment 589.470 Shipborne Radio Sys. Adapt. to Mil. Use 563.300 Signal Equipment-Civil Aviation 668.320 Shipborne Radio Transmitter-Receivers 655.420 Signal Equipment-Railway 668.120 Shipborne Radio Transmitters 519.800 Signal Equipment-Railway System 669.210 Shipborne Television Receivers 691.500 Signal Equipment, Non-Electronic-Military 669.110 Shipborne Television Transmitters 651.150 Signal Generators 369.600 Shipbuilding Eng. 547.210 Signal Lights-Merchant Marine 369.610 Shipbuilding Eng. Orgs. and Facilities 686.810 Signaling Agents, Pyrotechnic 115.597 Shipbuilding Industry Ministry/Agency 601.530 Silage 549.500 Shipping, Chartering of-Merchant Marine 615.770 Silanes-Organic Chemicals 491.330 Shipping, Control of Neutral-Econ. Warfare 623.410 Silica Abrasives 624.450 Shipping Containers, Metal 625.272 Silica Brick-Refractory Products 485.314 Shipping Documents 619.905 Silica Gel-Catalysts 779.400 Shipping Records-Military Logistics 623.420 Silicate Abrasives Shipping Traffic, see Freight Traffic 617.270 Silicates 656.000 Ships 617.140 Silicic Acid 536.000 Ships-Inland Water Transp. Aspect 621.480 Silicon 549.000 Ships-Merchant Marine Aspect 623.450 Silicon Carbide-Artificial Abrasives 790.200 Shipyards, Naval 615.770 Silicones-Organic Chemicals 654.340 Shock Absorbers, Vehicle 619.165 Silicones-Plastics 319.222 Shock Waves-Acoustics 606.920 Silk 373.300 Shock-Weapons Effects 610.235 Silk Fabrics 633.440 Shoe Machinery 610.135 Silk Thread and Yarn 606.511 Shoes, Leather 603.232 Silkworms 608.250 Shoes, Rubber 623.925 Sillimanite--Aluminum Silicate Minerals 673.213 Shore Based Hydroacoustic Equipment 621.485 Silver 744.365 Shore Bombardment Tactics 624.350 Silverware 688.137 Short Range Guided Missiles 349.500 Silviculture 455.160 Shortages, Labor 319.055 Similarity-Physics Principle Shortages, Product, see Subject Modifier 056, 210.505 Sindhi Language/Culture Chapter VI 210.400 Sinhalese Language/Culture 681.030 Shotguns 633.097 Sintering Furnaces and Accessories 631.165 Shredding Machinery 601.409 Sisal Crop Shrines, Religious, see Specific Religions in 593.351 Sites, Aeronautical Radar 233.000 Section 589.551 Sites, Aeronautical Radio 651.150 Shunts-Electrical Instruments 589.330 Sites, Amateur Radio 624.050 Shutters-Metal Products 585.610 Sites, Communications 621.480 Silicon-Pure Metallic 597.410 Sites, Electronic Countermeasure 210.395 Siamese Language/Culture 589.241 Sites, Fixed Radio 621.105 Siderite-Iron Ore 593.151 Sites, Ground Radar PAGE 82 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81 500991 R00030015 $ 1967 Approved For Release 2003/05/05 : CIA-RDP81S00991 R000300150001-4 586.300 Sites, Postal 333.365 Snow, Coastal-Physical Geography 589.151 Sites, Radio Broadcasting 33