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March 30, 1987
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Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001900 "NNOW/NOFORN-SKEET CHANNELS ONLY PROJECT SUN STREAK (U) WARNING NOTICE: INTELLIGENCE SOURCES AND METHODS INVOLVED CRV Session Procedures Report (S/NF/SK) lControl Number : 'D' 0 iDate of Session : 30Mar87 0 q 1&3Apr87 ! UDate of Report : 6Apr87 N I I USource Identifier: 011 t 1. (S/NF/SK) Tasking: Monitor had worked this site with several other sources in the past and had reviewed all available feedback. This site was selected to provide for the transition of source #011 into an operational status. However, monitor erred in assuming that the intent behind the tasking was simply to assess source's operational capability, and did not realize that this task was to be considered a bona fide utility assessment project. Therefore, the task was treated as would be an actual operation, i.e., answer the "intelligence question"--not a lot of time was spent on other details of the site. (See Feedback section, below). 2. (S/NF/SK) Session: Three sessions were conducted (see dates above). The first was devoted to working through site clutter in order to get source to the specific target area. (This problem was anticipated based upon similar difficulties experienced by other remote viewers working against this same target). Monitor was extremely pleased with source's performance; as good or better than those on record produced by experienced sources working against this target. Although Stage 6 concepts have not been formally introduced to the source, this tool was successfully utilized to good advantage during the session. Source systematically detected/perceived each of the different transition "zones" below the site and "followed" blips on a CRT monitor to remote locations for additional target-related information. 3. (S/NF/SK) Summary: Session #1 - Structure/structures/land interface. Session #2 - (Refer to S6 worksheet, p.3 of session notes). Site is a structure that has angles and is curved or domed. Inside the structure is cool, grey, concrete. Point (A) is round, curving, arched, dWWWWWNOFORN-SKEET CHANNELS ONLY CLASSIFIED BY: DIA-DT DECLASSIFY : OADR Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001900530001-3 Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001900530001-3 NMOP P/NOFORN-SKEET CHANNELS ONLY hard, rough, rock. Point (B) is lighted; pale, yellowish-green. It is round, circular, horizontal, and empty. Point (C) is round/rounded with horizontal and vertical aspects. Present here is a very large device that is grey, square/rectangular, and which produces or uses large amounts of electrical power. There are people in this place who's job it is to keep this device running smoothly. Point (D) - Clanging and banging sounds, "choo-choo" sound (AOL-"old steam locomotive") Point (E) - steel, "bulk-head doors". People (crew) here are off duty, relaxing. Session #3 - Area (Point) (E): People walking around from station to station performing their duties. There is a large CRT-type monitor here, as well as other electronic instruments. One of the "blips" on the monitor seems to be representing a submarine. Another monitor blip is representative of what seems to be an orbiting satellite. (Monitor terminated session when source described the area as a "command post"). 4. (S/NF/SK) Feedback: All available feedback was provided immediately to the source upon completion of session #3. SG1J GONOR4W/NOFORN-SKEET CHANNELS ONLY Approved For Release 2000/08/08 : CIA-RDP96-00789R001900530001-3