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Approved For Release 2002/05/17: CIA-RDP96-00789RO012000300(U9-7 WARNING NOTICE: INTEL_L.:LCENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED PROJECT NIJMRER. 0029 (Tnq) SESSION NUMBER: 1 DATE OF SESSION: 30 JAN 90 DATE OF REPORT: 30 JAN 90 : TART, 13 30 END- 133:-!'' METHODOLOGY: CRY VIEWER IDENTIFIER: 052 i.. (.`_:;/NF/SK) MISSION: To describe the target site (Andros Island, Grand Bahamas) in Stage I terminology. 2. (w:i/NF/SK) VIEWER TASKING: Encrypted coordinates only. 3. .S,/NF/9K) COMMENTS: No Physical mnciemencies S:i.te was resolved on the first IAD sequence. NOTE: This site is located next to a much more advanced natural feature; a natural interface between ocean and fresh water". With the under-standing that the official session was over, and there was therefore no pressure to perform, 052 was given the "opportunity to try a much more advanced site, as a reward".. The concept of water-/water interface was perceived on the 1st '{ull. IAB sequence. It appears that 052 is quickly becoming proficient enough to proceed into stage 11. 4. (S/NF/SK) EVALUATION: HANDLE VIA SKEET CHANNELS ONLY I?1NOFORN CLASSIFIED BY: DIA (DT) DECLASSIFY: OADR Approved For Release 2002/05/17: CIA-RDP96-00789R001200030009-7 Approved For Release 2002/05/17 CIA-RDP96-00789R001200030009-72- Approved For Release 2002/05/17 : CIA-RDP96-00789R00120003000 -~33 rgan's Bluff \,..,_, 5184 choll's Town ch say Logger/wad Poin t ' San Andros. SAN ANDROS"''? AIRPORT 1'e?l ii ~~1iy 1 d , ? Cay SODDEN WITH SWAMPS and severed by wide "bights," low-lying Andros, largest of the Bahama Islands, sprawls for a hundred miles beside a deep Atlantic channel that widens into the Tongue of the Ocean (pages 356-7). A sharp beak on the island's soggy western side broadens the lump of land to forty miles; 7,500 islanders live along the drier eastern edge. Reefs near the channel hold most of the blue holes, whose unusually strong currents set them apart from similar formations around the globe. FLORIDA Grand GreatAbactE Island - rAn1 E Ls A11iam{~'; Bahama L { u' BAHAMA Nassau-, Eleuthera ATLANTIC rn, of Andros New Cat Island tKEAN "ce SIL, CaySals/anC ISLAN S` San Salvador . Bank mo'tc OFCANGER C 6, Tongue of ,Longhland `\.:^. `fa. ?6.. M.. ,.. ,fit - w Town. 8 18 ;1'rr I ,`Mangy t } ~:,t L? Cav + GREAT}BAHAMA BANK -limestone more than Ice Age locked water in gnawed holes in the porous rock. Then came th ocean rose and flooded, Point JGam $Bay Red Shank v " ... ?? gcaymanIslands 4 N c c a t1A Tl;j ...-t rort ao rr V. q JAK CA +~ingston? Soundings in feet STATUTE MILES Andros Island Approved For Release 2002/05/17 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001200030009-7