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SG1J Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000600450017-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000600450017-5 -App-roved For Release 2000/08.09: CIARDP ~5 p~,~e~erti es kPA7a~?Qp council of presidents, which would jointly other a make all fundamental decisions in regard to have been developedtin thisoconnection (. the armed forces. cle slabs of siligran, a concrete which is (SNAP 9 920203) not only comparatively inexpensive but said * * * to be capable of withstanding stresses as reat as those for which missile silos are g Author: ivanyuk, I., Major, correspondent designed. Siligran is considered a possi- Title: EX-SERVICEMEN DEVELOP SPECIAL CON- whoseausesisstitutedenrian smanyos cemeies. STRUCTION MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY Primary Source: Krasnaya zvezda, January other potentially profitable developments 11, 1992, No. 8-9 (20695-20696), p. 3, of "Proyektstroynauka" include unique pro- cols. 1-8 cesses for producing building materials, d ui -ant for these processes. The e Abstract: The article reports on activi- ties of the Construction Research and De- sign Association (Proyektstroynauka), which is utilizing experience with construction of military and space installations. "Pro- yektstroynauka" is characterized as a high- potential organization which is launching production on the basis of its own scien- tific developments. This' association, which has an annual turnover of millions of rubles, takes in several joint-stock compa- nies and small enterprises. A conversation is recorded with Colo- nel of the Reserves Dmitriy Arkadyevich Frumin, a former military construction spe- cialist and now head of the "Proyektstroy- nauka" association. Frumin and colonels of the reserves V. Kostin, A. Sytnik and N. Marichev are among a number of engineers who acquired unique experience in construc- tion of fortifications, missile silos and structures of space-launch complexes while serving in the armed forces, the author relates. For example, concrete capable of withstanding a direct hit by a missile with a nuclear warhead was developed, using high-quality cement and scarce superplasti- cizers. Frumin recalled that while carry- ing out a contract assignment at Kapustin Yar in 1962, he and his associates achieved waterproofness of concrete which was two to three times as high as usual. Experience of former military specialists reportedly has been utilized in building underground structures for civil defense and watertight structures for underground services, in particular. A new process which makes sealing of joints unnecessary, permanent forms which function simultaneously as fac- ing and wet sealing, concrete ten times as waterproof as conventional concrete, and q p an association reportedly has concluded 20 agreements for creation of joint enter- prises and facilities, including a Soviet- Bulgarian enterprise, for production of finished products. (SNAP 920203) Author: Tsarev, I. Title: REPORTS OF OELECTRONIC-WEAPONS TESTING IN 19 s AN 980s r mary Source: ru , December 27, 1991, Extract: Long ago, Gennadiy Petrovich Shchelkunov, a specialist in the field of radioelectronics and an employee of the scientific production association "Istok," calculated and substantiated an effect of long-distance communication without the aid of equipment. This effect consists essen- tially of excitation, in cerebral fluid, of acoustic vibrations which reach auditory nerves. These vibrations are excited by pulsed microwave radiation. Shchelkunov did not attempt to carry out his discovery in practice, but he considers it quite fea- sible from the technical standpoint. In a scrapbook which I leafed through, there was a short clipping which read: "I, Ivan Sergeyevich Kachalin, and (the name of another inventor followed) made a discov- ery, 'A Method of Inducing Artificial Sleep at a Distance by,Me,ans of Radio Waves,' in the Soviet Union.** General-Colonel of Avi- ation Vladimir Nikitovich Abramov rendered practical assistance in formalizing this discovery. Marshal of Aviation Yevgeniy Yakovlevich Savitskiy supervised this work." Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000600450017-5 Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA-RPP96 90792R000600450017-5 Documents state that "a paper by the existed? authors of an invention, 'The Action of "No, at that time, this was out of the Modulated Electric and Electromagnetic question. We gave some reports at various Pulses on Biological Specimens,' was pre- institutes, including IRE in 1982. Savits- sented at the bioelectronics laboratory of kiy arranged a meeting for us with special- the USSR Academy of Sciences' Institute of ists of a military scientific research in- Radio Engineering and Electronics (IRE). stitute. They listened with interest, but In 1973, the first 'Rdioson' (radiosleep) everything disappeared as into a morass 61 unit was developed at military unit 71592 of the city of Novosibirsk and preliminary trials were conducted ...." This report bears the seal of an aca- demic institute and signatures, including those of academician Yu. Kobzarev and Doc- tor of Sciences E. Godik. And, by the way, the block diagram of the "Radioson" unit includes the same microwave generator whose pulses, according to G. Shchelkunov, can also evoke acoustic vibrations in the brain. We were able to meet with a second in- ventor. Ivan Antonovich (he requested that his last name not be used), an associate of an institute of the USSR Academy of Scienc- es, said: "Yes, we have developed the 'Radioson' unit and have conducted not just one, but several successful tests both on ourselves and on volunteer soldiers. But prolonged correspondence with the Committee on Inven- tions and Discoveries didn't produce any results. They deferred consideration of our claim, which was registered as early as 1974, under a totally unconvincing pre- text." "Perhaps, because such devices already The total indirect evidence makes it possible to conclude: 'psi'__weapons are technically entirely feasible,_ prototypes of them were tested as y as-the 1970s and 1980s, and this means that they may also exist now. *See also the Daily SNAP, November 25, 1991, p. 4, col. 1 (SNAP 920203) Comments should be addressed to: FASTC/DXLT Attn: Roger Crozier WPAFB, OH 45433-6508 Additions or deletions to the distribution list should be addressed to: FASTC/DXLP Attn: Mary Washington WPAFB, OH 45433-6508 Recipients of the Daily SNAP are advised that SNAP is intended solely for U.S. gov- rnment agencies and their designated con- ractors. Approved For Release 2000/08/09 : CIA-RDP96-00792R000600450017-5