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Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500250012-5 DATA SUMMARIES Project 94-268-0 (continuation of Project 94-267-0) (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS) Following are the perceived highlights from each source. - (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS) Source A: -- The plane may be traveling soon in an effort to reach its target, which is currently guided in a northern direction towards its final destination. Radio signals or calls will maintain the operation. This operation may occur shortly in order to obtain cargo and perhaps. suspected individuals. The cargo consists of a delicate substance and criminal activity is involved in this pursuit. The cargo will not be delivered as intended. - (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS) Source B: SG1A11 -- The target aircraft will land at a facility within the vicinity of the eastern sea oard. There is water adjacent to the landing site; the large waves and especially dark color of the water is characteristic of this location. I sense that the airport, or a portion thereof, extends out into the water. It is a facility which feels like an international airport; one where the Saudi Arabian Airlines as well as aircraft whose appearance is reminiscent of an SST configuration are found. This location also has a fountain present which shoots water relatively high into the air. -- There is a military component either nearby or adjacent to this airport. The military craft feel like two person fighters vs. either cargo-type (C-130s) or specialized REPRODUCTION REQUIRES APPROVAL OF ORIGINATOR OR HIGHER DOD AUTHORITY FURTHER DISSEMINATION ONLY AS DIRECTED BY DIA/PAG OR HIGHER DOD AUTHORITY qPnewfimps NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS STAR GATE LIMDIS CLASSIFIED BY MULTIPLE SOURCES DECLASSIFY ON OADR Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500250012-5 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500250012-5 0060 r (i.e. A-10s) aircraft. I see a military aircraft making a wheels-up crash landing here; flames are visible on two locations of the aircraft as it descends. I sense that this has either just recently occurred, or will do so in the very near future. -- The landing site/airport has recently incurred a major water-related catastrophe i.e. broken water main or drainage/sewage system. I see pieces from a large pipe having been thrust up through the ground surface. -- There is a roughly square-like lattice pattern present at the site (sketch A(a). It seems to be visible from the air and appears to be tent-like or otherwise made from fabric. This feature only occurs in one specific location. -- The anticipated date of arrival has been 23 OCTOBER 1994 but it will be delayed until the PM of 26 OCTOBER 1994 or early All of 27 OCTOBER 1994. It will take place in the commercial cargo area of the airport. -- There are two :Locations on the aircraft where contraband is present. The first is the rear of the aircraft (sketch A(c) & sketch B(d). This section feels very significant. Access to the area of interest in via a circular hole covered over with a removable disc-shaped panel. There are numerous tubes located here; the contents of which feel "alive" or having recently been "alive". -- The second location on the aircraft is the lower central portion of the cargo area. The shipping container to be looked for has yellow markings on the outside. It will be removed from the aircraft intact. This container will contain bundles of light weight, shiny metallic tubes in groups of six (sketch B(e). The tubes will be hollow and have false ends (?). Pin like devices extent into the interior of these tubes from the outer surface. There are blue rings or dots on the outside of these tubes; they are hard to see and occur on one end. -- There are packages inside of these tubes. They are wrapped with clear or translucent wrapping. These packages are very tightly packed. !merman NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS STAR GATE LIMDIS Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500250012-5 Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500250012-5 -- There is an enigmatic design or emblem somewhere on the aircraft (sketch A(b). It has ray-like projections extending towards the rear. - (S/NF/SG/LIMDIS) Source C: -- The aircraft seems to be involved in a "military" mission. The word "intercept" phonetically surfaced. This is related to the mission of the aircraft. The aircraft may be going after illegal drugs that may be on a vessel which is sailing or pulling up to port. A vessel is also involved in the scenario. This mission will occur shortly in the afternoon or early evening hours. NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS STAR GATE LIMDIS Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-00789R002500250012-5 U PROJECT 94-268-0 Approved For Release 2001/03/07: CIA-RDP96-00789R002500250012Q5rce B) NOFORN Approved For Release 2001/03Gf1ADP96-00789R002500250012-5 LIMDIS w Approved For Release 2001/03/07 : CIA-RDP96-0b012-5(source j 000 t NOFORN Approved For Release 2001/031 8(AATRDP96-00789R002500250012-5 LIMDIS