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April 16, 1984
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Approved For Release 20&E R 00788ROO1700220008-3 SG1J SG1J MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD 16 April 1984 SUBJECT: VISIT BY CG, INSCOM 13 Apr 84 . 1. (S/CL3/NOFORN) On 13 April 1984, from 1630 to 1845, MG Stubblebine, Commanding General (CG), Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), visited this office. LTC Buzby, CPT Ray and 1were the principal CENTER LANE participants in the brie ing visit. 2.(U) The CG was briefed from a chart, a copy of which is attached as enclosure 1, on finances and personnel requirements and training projections for FY 84,85 and 86. The CG expressed an interest in reducing the time required for training, possibly through the use of NLP. He also seemed satisfied with the future growth of the project. 3. (S/CL4/NOFORN) The CG solicited the opinion of project personnel on the use of Ingo Swann as a subject for modeling the NLP process discussed in paragraph 2 above. Project personnel thought it would be a bad idea because of the OPSEC Problem due to Swann's notoriety. It was also felt that Swann would be reluctant to participate in such an endeavor. The CG agreed with this logic. provided a possible solution which was to involve CW Jo n Nolan in the modeling program. The CG stated he would consider this option. 4.(S/CL4/NOFORN) The CG was given a tour of the administration building and the operations building. He met and spoke with all current CENTER LANE personnel. He spent approximately 10 minutes in a one-to-one session with CPT McNear behind closed doors. The CG was also briefed in depth on a current on-going hi-level, project (Buckley). On this project we are exploring new ways and technologies in dealing with the "search problem." WARNING NOTICE: CENTER LANE SPECIAL ACCESS PROGRAM RESTRICT DISSEMINATION TO THOSE WITH VERIFIED ACCESS TO CATEGORY FOUR (4) CLASSIFIED BY: CDR, INSCOM DECLASSIFY ON: OADR Approved For ReleasSEGR P96-00788RO01700220008-3 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220008-3 SECRET 5. (S/CL4/NOFORN) LTC Buzby addressed three areas to the CG. The first area was a.retirement award for CW2 McMoneagle. The second area was on the possibility of reading wives on to the project and the third area concerned getting a Letter of SG1J Appreciation for which had come directly to this office endorsed down through Command channels. The CG said he would look at the first two and directed LTC Buzby to forward SG1J the letter on to him. 6. (S/CL3/NOFORN). The CG discussed the cancellation of RAPT training at Monroe Institute and his meeting with the Director of the Army Staff (DAS) LTG Brown. The CG stressed that although RAPT had been cancelled the DAS had not objected to the use of Monroe Institute for training on a small scale. MG Stubblebine directed the pr_epAratioti of an MFR on that point. 7.(U) The CG discussed his upcoming meeting with the Vice-Chief of Staff of the Army on 4 May 1984 . He directed this office to prepare a 15 minute briefing to be presented to the Vice concerning the on-going operation mentioned in paragraph 4 . It was suges'ted to the CG that the person to brief the Vice should be the customer for whom we are doing the project. The CG concurred with the recommendation and directed the project manager to keep him informed. tflm1~R71ior 8. (U) A concept brought uplt ~ iginally by LTC Buzby and broached later by the CG was the legitimate--at-ion of the project. The CG was informed that a charter had been developed and was being forwarded through command channels for his signature 9. (S/CL3/NOFORN) While the CG was being briefed his ADC ,CPT Mark Boyer, was read on for CENTER LANE 3 Access. BRIAN BUZBY LTC, MI Project Manager Approved For Release E RE16-00788RO01700220008-3 Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220008-3 PROJECTED EXPENDITURES F Y 84 - $280K TNG $115K (Sl-4)x2 (S4-6)x2 (Dawn) F Y 85 - $570K TNG $?75K (SJ-4)x2 20dK (S5-6)x2 (DS)x2 F Y 86 - $700K TNG $-903 100' (S5-6)x2 (S7-8)x2 (DS)x2 (Search)x2 1DEV: "' Search-ELF/CM 50K DEV: CONSULT SVC: 50K CONSULT SVC 50K /4,10 TRAVEL: TRAVEL: 2OOK? TRAVEL: 459+4- CIV SAL: CIV SAL: CIV SAL: 100K OVERHEAD: OVERHEAD: 25K PERSONNEL PROJECTION Fl 1el1) M IA OS 1'S - Management - Interviewer/Analyst - Operational. Source - Training Source F Y 84 M - 3 M - 3 M - 3 IA - 2 IA - 2 IA - 3 OS - 1 OS -- 5 OS - 6 TS - 5 TS - 1 TS --- Approved For Release 2003/09/16 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220008-3