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SG1A Approved For Releise 2003/S ECFR fiTUR000300410001-4 NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS ORCON INSCOM GRILL FLAME PROGRAM SESSION REPORT CLASSIFIED BY: MSG, DAMI-ISH 051630Z JUL 78 REVIEW ON: MAY 2000 /sprogriPP-- Approved For Release RET6-00788R000300410001-4 SG1A Approved For Releas5EOGRERTP96-00788R000300410001-4 SUMMARY ANALYSIS REMOTE VIEWING (RV) SESSION CCC 96 1. (S) This report documents a remote viewing session conducted in compliance with a request for information on a target of interest to USI. The purpose of the session was to provide information relevant to the 2. (S) The remote viewer's impressions of the target are provided as raw intelligence data and as such have not been subjected to any intermediate analysis, evaluation or collation. Interpretation and use of the information provided is the responsibility of the requestor. 3. (S) The protocol used for this session is detailed in the document, Grill Flame Protocol, AMSAA Applied Remote Viewing Protocol (5), undated. 4. (S) Following is a transcript of the viewer's impressions during the remote viewing session. At TAB A are drawings made by the remote viewer reference his impressions of the target site. At TAB B is target cuing information provided the remote'viewer. At TAB C is a map on which the viewer has indicated his opinion of the target location. This opinion should be considered separate from his remote viewing impressions as it is only an analytical attempt by him to match RU perceived terrain features to a map, ihe viewer was shown a map of the Mediterranean Sea only after he had finished his remote viewing. SECRET/SENS1TiVE TARGET: 8012 VIEWER: #19.5 CCC '63 a I tMr rr re-% Approved For Release 20031 CR Approved For Release 83F3:RET6-00788R000300410001-4 TIME TRANSCRIPT REMOTE VIEWING (RV) SESSION CCC 96 #14: This will be a remote viewing session for 6 May 1980. Mission time is 1100 hours. PAUSE All right', #19.51 the time is now 11 o'clock. Your mission for today is to locate Soviet Aircraft. Relax now. Relax. Focus your attention. PAUSE +02 #19.5: My most immediate impression is that its not a brand new aircraft. Its a . . . Its a small one. With . . . square intakes. . . adjacent to the cockpit. I'm also left with an impression that its upside down. Missing . . . missing one of the wings. Appears to be the left wing. Also, left with impression that the importance of the aircraft is what it was carrying. Its got some kind of new rocket its carrying. Air-to-air type rocket. It was on a . . . on a mission when it went down. Low level type mission. Flying a flying a border on a low level type mission. I don't . . . . I don't see Soviet markings on this aircraft but I sense that it was manned by a Soviet pilot and . . . had ? ? ? ? PAUSE +05 Arabic navigator or observer. . . type pilot. I think it . . . it was flying a very low level border type mission. Flying parallel to a border that ran East somewhere between East North East and North East. Where it runs backwards away from the Mediterranian . I get an impression of a coastline - where this border intersects coastline. Sort of making a . . . a upward sweep like a right hand curve. I get low, low sections of hills, covered with mostly scrub. Like scrub pine type trees. I think the aircraft was probably flying at about - top in altitude maybe 2000 feet. Obliquely about 21/2 to 2 miles off the . . the . . Northeastern border. +07 That border has changed appearance. Its . . I think its West Northwest running water, nor an East Northeast. I Approved ForRellgage210#3009/fii:rePA-14600%- the land that was makinAttLotR 8ppp39Noga the Approved For Release 200SEC 1788R000300410001-4 Northwest. Coming around to the West when it lost power and went down. At a place at about approximately 8 miles out off the . . the land where it meets the . . . the sea. And a 45 degree angle from the border intersection of the Mediterranian. PAUSE +10 Its . . Trying to get a layout of the area. South of the impact. See which country it is, but I can't . . . When I . . pull back for altitude to . . . look at the ground layout I get an impression that I . . . I'm looking at the Coast of Turkey. I believe that was the border it was flying. The Southern or South Western edge of Turkey. Now I think thats about close to where it went down. I also sense there's two or three ships already in the area. ? O. . two or three I get an impression that . . . there is a ship . . . . 50 kilometers or so due West of the impact zone.. I get an impression its some kind of electronics surveillance ship but its not a . . its not a Communist block ship . . . it almost appears to be American made but its not American ship either. Its got blue and white markings _possibly an Israeli, somekind of Israeli electronic ship. . . They. . if they have such a thing. I'd say 50 miles or so due west of the impact area right now. I don't know of anything else I can give on location. Except . . perhaps . . angular sightings off the border intersection of the Mediterranian and the current Israeli ship position. There's two other ships there but I don't . . . They're very light craft, possibly some form of sailing craft. Fishing boats or something. I'm looking for a . . . There's a . . Exactly due South of the point of impact and a little bit to the left is a what appears to be some kind of a ruin or something. An old, very old fort or something built on a bluff. A white cliff line. That may help in locating the . . . . impact area. The water is . . . fairly deep I would say in the neighbor- hood of . . . 350-450 feet. And. . . That's all. That's all I get. PAUSE +15 The aircract - neither the pilot or the observer survived the crash. It was real quick. And the aircraft kind of came apart a little bit when it hit the water. Approved For Release 2003/09/11 ?l 2 11500300410001-4 Approved For Release 200aEGRET0788R000300410001-4 #19.5: That's all I get. #14: Okay. I would like you to look at and concentrate very intensely on your angles and sitings and stuff so you can remember those when you need to draw. #19.5: Yeah. That's all . . That's about all there is there is angles and sitings. #14: I have no further questions at this time. Is there any- thing else that you feel is important to add? #19.5: Its not carrying Soviet markings. #14: Can you describe any markings? #19.5: That's what I'm trying to . . . . PAUSE It appears to be a grouping of stars over a moon or something. I keep seeing like a scythe shape with a . . no, not a cycle, but a half moon or quarter moon with a very large star and possibly three smaller stars grouped next to it. But I'm not sure. . . I'm not sure that's clutter. Or its actually the marking. Its just an impression I'm getting. They're sort of a magenta color, purple. That's all. #14: Could you describe the aircraft itself? #19.5: Just that its got squared scoops along the side of the fusalage and appears to be . . . twin engine. Its got a figure eight exhaust and the tail tips back just a bit. Outside of that, that's all I'm getting. Blocky looking aircraft. #14: I have no fdrther questions. We are now ready for debrief. #19.5: Okay. Page 1 - will be my view, you better check the plugs on the mike - will be my view of the aircraft as it is lying right now. I am sort of seeing . . this kind of a . . . . . This kind of an affair. This being the seabed and the . . . the markings that I'm perceiving are back here on the tail. These front things being intakes. This wing is gone. This being a figure . . eight exhaust type area. And all I can perceive, okay, from . . I got an impression, got an impression. . . First, I'll give you Approved For Release 2003/09/11 : CIA-RSECIRET0001-4 3 Approved For Release 20SE1GRE9100788R000300410001-4 the impression of the altitude it was . . which the aircraft was flying. I got an impression of hills like this. . which kind of went off into the distance this way. This dotted line being a border. And the aircraft was. . . the solid line being the flight of the aircraft going out over the Mediterranean and making a left turn where it went down. I went to a greater height to try to get an idea of exactly where that is. And . . . I felt like I was obliquely looking at a shore line that went like this. This being a border and this being the point of impact. The aircraft went down. This being North so that aline drawn South wreck site there was a point here where there were some kind of ruins. I felt like this was Turkey. And then. . . this over here was a . . . I don't know how to spell Isreali - Isreali ship. These distances Page 3 . . . These distances on Page 4 were 8 miles out with the ruins there. If you were to continue this border angle all the way out, I'd say from their to the border would be about 2.5 miles and from here to the ship is about 50 miles. And I don't know if that helps. That's all I can get. Ohl I'll do a better shot of the insignia on the aircraft. Looking straight on at the insignia, this would be if you looked at it right side up the way its supposed to be -- I get this impression and its a magenta color - like a deep purple color. And like I said, I'm not sure if this is overlay or not. Its an impression I wasn't looking for but I got. #14: You mentioned something about air-to-air missile. #19.5: Yeah, I just . . . there's just the impression I had that there's some new form of armament that's of interest on the aircraft, that's the only thing new about it that I can see. I don't believe its a brand new fighter bomber. Its. . . you know it would be like the selling of one of our early F4 models to someone and your not grading it later - that sort of affect. You know, its definitely a Soviet aircraft. I don't think its one of the newest ones. The only, I was looking for something new and the only new thing that I could come up with was the air-to-air missiles that its carrying. Approved For Release 2003/09/11: EC 01-4 Approved For Release 200SEGREF0788R000300410001-4 I don't know exactly. Its just an impression I have. I also . . . would like to say that it is very difficult to locate the aircraft because we don't know what kind it is and there's a lot of air- craft there. This is the newest one that I could come up with. #14: I have no further questions. #6.5: Tell me more about why you sense, I think that was your word, why you sense that the Soviets were manning this one and there was someone else, tell me more about that. #19.5: Well, I just . . I see I see two bodies in the aircraft. One of them is clearly a Soviet officer and the other is clearly not a Soviet officer. And I am assuming that the rear seated individual is not the pilot and if that's the case, then the rear seated individual is the one who is not a Soviet. #6.5: Um hm. You felt that this water was fairly deep? #19.5: Yeah. Its around 500 feet. 350-500 I would say. less than 350. PAUSE #6.5: I'm still a little concerned that perhaps we might have been able to . . if it was possible, to . . . . to . . be a little bit more precise on how someone might find this aircraft. PAUSE #19.5: It would appear to me, this is just an impression now, that . . this is a commonly flown border mission. I get a distinct imporession that the aircraft didn't vary from a normal procedure that it always had done before. Perhaps if any information has been gathered on the actions of an aircraft flying with Southern Turkish border where it does leave the coastline and make its turn for return home, that superimposing that with the information that I've given on the map, the coastline, I think you might find the aircraft is . . ..perhaps a half a mile south from where it should normally have turned. Like it had started to turn early. I don't know of any other way of providing the informaton. #6.5: Okay. 5 Approved For Release 2003/091 p ? flb n8R000300410001-4 Approved For Release 2008E0 6'r788R000300410001-4 #19.5: I don't see any oil spills - I'm looking for all kinds of things that would indicate an aircraft down and I don't . . I don't see gasoline residue and I don't see oil slick, I don't see anything, just black water. Depth of water might also have a - that might be one section along that coastline where it is abnormally deep as compared to other depth. I don't get that impression. I get the impression this is a slow continual basin type shelf. I don't see any . I don't see any major underwater obstruc- tions or anything like large sea mounds or . . or salt deposits or anything. Matter of fact, I was getting an impression of a very clear and clean area. That in itself maybe of value. That's all I got really. #6.5: Okay. Let me show you this map now that you've got all that. This is EURASIA Map ASC-A, 1-A. Its a US Air Force Aero Space Planninhart. Okay. Okay. Now looking at that Mediterranean area, there's a....can you . . . pick out the spot that you think that you were talking about. #19.5: Hmmm. Very interesting. PAUSE I think right down in here. Near this word Letakia (phonetic) or whatever it is, I think, I think, probably they'll find a ruin of some sort, right up here on this point of land...that word Letakia, and I think it's right off of there. #6.5: (Mumbling)any (mumbling) out #19.5: About 8 miles out. I don't know what it is on the scale of this map, but somewhere here. #6.5: I'll xerox a copy of this map and put it in your report. #19.5: I felt like there was an Isralia ship and an electronic ship somewhere out in this area. #6.5: I have no other questions. 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