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Approved For Release 2000/0 INSCOM GRILL FLAME PROGRAM SESSION REPORT 96-00788R000500400001-3 CLASSIFIED BY:MSG,DAMI-ISH DATED: 051630Z3UL78 NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS REVIEW ON:415 aletag$1, "1P96 -00788 R00044111 ydo ORCON Approved For Release 2000/08 Approved For Release 2000/0 SUMMARY ,ANALYSIS -00788R000500400001-3 REMOTE VIEWING (RV) SESSION D-94 1. (S/NOFORN) This report documents a remote viewing ses- sion conducted in compliance with arequest for information on a target of interest to INSCOM ITAC CRD. 2. (S/NOFORN) The remote viewer's impressions of the tar- get 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 pro- vided is the responsibility of the requestor. 3. (S/NOFORN) The protocol used for this session is detailed in the document Grill Flame Protocol, AMSAA Applied Remote Viewing Protocol (S), undated. 4. (S/NOFORN) Following is a summary of the transcript of the viewer's impressions during the remote viewing ses- sion. At TAB A are drawings made by the remote viewer refer- ence impressions of the target site. At TAB B is target cuing information provided the remote viewer. At TAB C are Control Analyst comments. NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS Approved ForRelease2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 ORCON Approved For Release 20 96-00788R000500400001-3 TRANSCRIPT SUMMARY SESSION D-94 SG1A 1. (S/NOFORN) Source 27.5 reported the following general descrintion of the vicinity of geographic coordinates a. (S/NOFORN) A small city, population approximately 130,000, situated on the southeast shoreline of a body of water. The small city has two distinct industrial areas; a small area near the shoreline_involved in assembly type activities, and a larget area in the southeast section dealing in foundary type primary industrial activity. SG1A b. (S/NOFORN) Source observed hills squared like dikes in the area of the coastline, and a range of mountains to the right. c. (S/NOFORN) In the immediate area of the above geographic coordinates, source 127.5 observed in the vicinity of the primary industrial area four or five large buildings having a "quasi military function", and two tall (smoke) stacks to the right. Also observed were three -"loaf shaped" buildings fastened together, which 'we're associated with a "zig-zag" pattern not further described. d. (S/NOFORN) At this location, source observed stacked metal pipes in a corner of the "yard" which were described as some kind of moulds. Inside the loaf shaped buildings were giant drill presses and a furnace type heater to blow fire on the tubes while the tubes were cut. Also observed within these buildings was a carrier (vehicle) with tubes mounted thereon. e. (S/NOFORN) A large area next to the area having the "loaf shaped" buildings WAS described as having a funny pattern of dirt roads on hills. Heavy military vehicles were observed to be traveling on the dirt roads, and the whole area was des- cribed as consisting of different military areas. 2. (S/NOFORN) To the northeast of the city, source #27.5 observed a very distinct group of self-propelled (SP) guns. These guns were pointing in a southeast direction. Source described the activity in this area as being one of "light military exercise activity" simulating armored conflict under tactical nuclear conditions employing approximately three bat- talions. Source selected a group of six SP guns on his own discression and observed them periodically for the next nine days, providing the following information: Approved For Release 2000/ 88R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 2000/0 Transcript Summary, Session D-94 -00788R000500400001-3 a. (S/NOFORN) At 231300 October 1980, the SP guns were observed in a convoy line in the company of at least one tank retriever of a type similar to the US M-88. The convoy was observed moving in a west-northwesterly direction after having exited off of a highway type road. The convoy was moving very slowly through a sparsely vegetated area having few trees and (mostly) brown scrub brush. This area was also described as being of "sandy" soil texture. b. (S/NOFORN) At 261300 October 1980, the SP guns were observed set up in a hidden side of a small "J" shaped hill about 8 kilometers northeast of the city. The SP guns were arranged in a "U" shape configuration in a depression in the ground. The SP guns were conducting gun drills without the firing of ammunition. c. (S/NOFORN) At 291300 October 1980, the group of six SP guns were observed to have split into three groups of two vehicles each, and to have deployed slightly closer toward the city from their 261300 October 1980 location. The three groups of SP guns were located approximately 200 yards from each other. d. (S/NOFORN) At the single site observed in detail (site #3, sketch #2, this report) on 291300 October 1980, source observed empty 55 gallon drums next to the two vehicles. Equipment was scattered to one side. Crewmen were observed lounging and talking while laying on the backs of the vehicles. They appeared to be "temporarily deployed" and "just lounging around". Source #27.5 had a strong feeling that this presence (ie, the deployment, etc.) constituted some sort of manipulative move because of the apparent security precautions observed (U/I type ground survei4-lance or other type radar), the pre- sence of "live" ammunition, and the presence of fully armed crew personnel. Source described the activity as being an apparent show of force, but could not determine the cause(s) of such a circumstance. e. (S/NOFORN) Source examined the uniforms (sketch #1) of the crewmen and the apparent leader of the group of six SP guns. Personnel generally wore gray heavy canvas coveralls with thick brown leather belt, "wrap around" buckle brown lea- ther boots, and brown pile cap. The leader wore "old fashioned" rounded corner dark brown garrison cap having black piping. On his left collar he wore an insignia consisting of a "tree branch" penetrated by a "spike". On his right collar he wore two small petaled rosettes side by side, which possibly over- lapped and partially hid a third rosette. ECRET Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 200 Transcript Summary, Session D-94 RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 f. (S/NOFORN) At time of observation of 291300 October 1980, the leader's primary concerns were described as being: (1) He did not want to be there, but being a profes- sional military man he must "do it." (2) He perceived that doing this military "show of force" would be conducive to continued control; their own control, "cleaning house, so to speak." (3) He did not reAly think anything would occur, and therefore thought it would be a waste of time. (4) He was concerned with the dependability of the other people he had with him, under these circumstances. 3. (S/NOFORN) Source #27.5 reported that 21 days after his observation of the SP guns on 291300 October 1980, he observed the personnel of the SP.gun unit departing the Area ifil*hich the guns were located, but that he did not see the guns themselves departing. SECRET Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CPA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 TAB Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 er? Approved For For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 MEM.. .110.1.- 00??? Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R 400001-3 cG cal Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 TAB Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 20uum - u096-00788R000500400001-3 TARGET CUING INFORMATION REMOTE VIEWING (RV) SESSION D-94 1. (S/NOFORN) At the beginning of this session viewer was given the following coordinate; SG1A 111111111Ind was instructed to access the target local target time on the date 20 October 1980. to describe the target area in activity at this location. SG1A the at He general terms and describe remote 1300 hours, was asked the 2. (S/NOFORN) During the session the remote viewer was encouraged to elaborate on his description as directed by the Control Analyst. ' Approved For Release 2000/0o/u to-u0788R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-R0P96-00788R000500400001-3 TAB Approved For Release 2000/08/07 : CIA-RDP96-00788R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 200 P96-00788R000500400001-3 CONTROL ANALYST COMMENTS REMOTE VIEWING SESSION D-94 1. (S/NOFORN) Prior to the session, the interviewer was pro- vided the following information for targetiRgis! #27.5: SG1A (S/NOFORN) Geographic coordinates with directions, "Access the target at these coordinates". b. (S/NOFORN) Acce-s the target at 201300 hours October 1980, local target time. 2. (S/NOFORN) Prior to the session, the interviewer was pro- vided the following information for in-session guidance of #27.5: a. (S/NOFORN) Provide a general description of: (1) area, and (2) activity at the target b. (S/NOFORN) Move in time in three day increments to determine changes in activity level (if any). (1) 201300 October 1980 (session target) (2) 231300 October 1980 (3) 261300 October 1980 (4) 291300 October 19.80 3. (S/NOFORN) In-session targeting: During the session, the control analyst provided the fo+lowing guidance/direction to the interviewer at the approximate times indicated: a. +10 min: "Okay, we can go to activity now." b. +15 min: "Have (#27.5) focus on one of the military units at his discression, then move him through time." c. +16 min: "Have (#27.5) stay with the SP guns, don't let them disappear." d. +18 min: "What is the character of their activity?" e. +19 min: "Never mind." (Referring to last task) f. (no time record): "Okay, (CA) have (#27.5) work on that, that's very important." Approved For Release 2000 P96-00788R000500400001-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/07 ? Pia Sia88R000500400001-3 g. (no time record): "Have (#27.5) describe the feelings that would have hit say it is a manipulative Move.' h. (no time record): "Have (#27.5) examine the uniforms and attempt to identify them." i. +30 min: "Have (#27.5) focus his attention on the leader's primary concern at this time." j. +35 min: "Have (#27.5) envision a thirty day bargraph from 291300 October 1980, and determine if the guns return to their unit installation. k. +40 min: "Okay, you can bring (#27.5) back now." SGFOIA3 Approved For Release 2000/08/07: KENNETH V. BELL, JR CPT, MI Control Analyst 0788R000500400001-3